MAS was once a stable and profitable company. But look at it know. Wrong business strategy couple with the missing air craft, it’s the ingredient for disaster. No other man can turn the company around than the former CEO itself. I hope that MAS could got back in track and restore back to its glorious days.
A mind & eye opening.
depending on the circumstances. By default, the meat of pigs is haram(unlawful) in Islam. However, there are exceptions where it can be consumed ie dire circumstances. A clear example would be a “do or die” situation. Literally.
2. We can pray in Hebrew
or in Cantonese. Or in Russian. Or in sign language or just about ANY language in the world! Yes, as Muslims, you are encouraged to learn Arabic as the Quraan(Sacred Book) is written in Arabic (here’s why).
BUT the word is encouraaggeeeee. If you have a language disability or you are just really comfortable in your native language -relax. God gets it. Baby steps.
3. WE DECLARE JIHAD!!!! (On ourselves)
Pay attention to the simplest breakdown of this word that you will remember for the rest of your life.
Jihad = Struggle
Struggle = to strive to achieve or attain…
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I have post an entry on all the answers to the question asked to me. You can check out the rules for the Liebster Awards here.
It gives me great pleasure to present to you the list of blogs for Liebster Awards. The Nominees are:
Here are my questions to you.
- Who gave you your name and what is the meaning of your name?
- What do you think about home schooling?
- If you could only choose one meal/dish to be serve on your wedding day, what would it be?
- How do you see the world we are living in?
- What is your tips to a beautiful and radiance skin?
- If you were given 10 million dollars (yes, USD), how would you spend it?
- Where would you build up your dream home and why?
- What super powers would you like to have?
- Which Disney princess would you like to be and Why?
- If you only have four months to live, what would you do?
- Out of many country in the world, where would you like to live in and why?
Have fun doing this challenges people.
Nisamir, The Blog
This may sound so ambitious but I wanted to write about what I’m most comfortable off – Business, Islamic Industry, Photography, Food, and Travel. Well yes it is a lot but i know I’ll manage to find the link between them all, and that my friend is my Goal. Short and simple!
But to be a good writer, you should be able to attract the best critics. You could only make the best out of you through learning from mistakes and taking advice from the wise. They are the people who will push you to the very edge and make you think twice in making deciding on the right decision. and that my friend, is also my Goal.
So present reader, please be the best mentor to me, because you will be the one who will shape my future writing. Enjoy.
P/S: My schoolmate, who happens to be my husband’s best friend, is moving to Japan. They did spend sometime together yesterday before he leave today, but I know deep inside, he’ll miss him. Dear friend, what ever happen to you in the past, lest them stay as it is, because today you have made the decision to move forward and let tomorrow be as bright and wonderful as a beautiful sunny day. I wish you best of luck for your future undertakings and may you find what ever you are searching for. Farewell and until we meet again, one day.
Love my new look? I do. Because it has everything that I like, especially the header! Love it big time! I might be changing the header image though but for now, lets just stay with this one.
Many of you are growing as writers and seek opportunities beyond your blog. To continue this conversation, let’s talk about freelancing and getting paid to write, and the flip side of this: writing for free and exposure. We’ve rounded up four working writers who offer different perspectives on the business of writing:
- Julie Schwietert Collazo, a bilingual writer/editor who has written for publications such as National Geographic Traveler and Scientific American, blogs at Cuaderno Inedito.
- Caitlin Kelly, a National Magazine Award winner and frequent contributor to the New York Times, blogs at Broadside.
- Kristen Hansen Brakeman, a writer who has contributed to the Washington Post and the New York Times‘ Motherlode, blogs at KristenBrakeman.com.
- Deborah Lee Luskin, an award-winning novelist and radio commentator, blogs at Live to Write — Write to Live: a collaborative blog for the New Hampshire…
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