Saturday, December 28, 2013

Jika Tiada Rezeki...


Jika tiada rezeki anak,
mungkin diberikan rezeki mertua yang baik.
Maka kita lebih bahagia dari mendapat anak yang liar.
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Jika tiada rezeki wang ringgit,
mungkin diberikan rezeki kesihatan.
Maka kita lebih bahagia dari kerisauan menjaga harta dunia.
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Jika tiada rezeki kereta mewah,
mungkin diberikan rezeki kenderaan yang jarang menimbulkan masalah.
Maka kita lebih bahagia dari membayar kerosakan yang mahal.
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Jika tiada rezeki rumah yang besar,
mungkin diberikan rezeki makanan yang tidak pernah putus.
Maka kita lebih bahagia dari si gelandangan.
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Jika tiada rezeki pasangan yang cantik,
mungkin diberikan rezeki pasangan yang baik dan pandai menguruskan rumahtangga.
Maka kita lebih bahagia kerana hidup berteman dan terjaga segala.
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Jika tiada rezeki jodoh,
mungkin diberikan rezeki umur ibu bapa yang panjang.
Maka kita lebih bahagia dapat berbakti sepenuhnya pada orang tua.
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Jika tiada rezeki hari ini,
mungkin ada rezeki yang lebih baik pada esok hari.
Maka kita lebih bahagia kerana rezeki yang tidak dijangka.
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Bersabar. Bersyukur. Berusaha. Berdoa.
Bertawakal.
Hanya Dia, Allah Yang Maha Adil
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Pinjam 1 minit, baca ayat ni
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"Hasbi Rabbi Jalallah..
Maafi Qalbi Ghairullah..
Nur Muhammad Salallah..
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Laa ilaa ha illallah 3x
Muhammadur Rasullullah"
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🌿 sebarkan kepada kawan & saudara mara.. Awak Akan Membuat Beribu , Malah Berjuta-Juta Org Berselawat Ke Atas Nabi Muhammad S.A.W 🌿 InsyaAllah
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Thursday, October 10, 2013

☆★Berteduh dari hujan★☆


Aku disirami lebat hujan
Tak mencari dan tidak ternampak teduhan
Cuma pernah didongengkan
Eh! Memang benar ada pohon disitu
Dia tiba2 menyapa terpa
Dari tempat yang tidak berjauhan
Melambai masa yang tepat
Hujan masih mencurah
Entah takungannya benar-benar pecah
Aku kebasahan
Begitupun aku terpaku
Dongengan realiti tak terduga
Aku bertanya curiga
"Siapakah engkau"
Dia semakin tersenyum
Semakin manis dalam ingatan
"Akulah pohon"
Pohon itu rimbun
Tangannya daunan besar
Kakinya akar tak bergerak
Mungkin besar hatinya
Sebesar pohon itu
Oh beruntunglah aku
"Berteduhlah dibawahku"
Aku berteduh dahulu
Kusapu pakaianku
Sememangnya kuyup kebasahan
Kemudian kupandang pohon
Daunnya dilebarkan
Akarnya dicengkamkan lagi
Pelik dan terharu
"Tapi...apakah kau buat di sini?"
"Pohon apakah kau?"
"Mengapa kau disini"
Bertubi soalanku
"Akulah pohon yang menunggumu"
Kupandang kebawah
Kupandang ke atas
Kenalkah??
Aku kesejukan...
Kupetik daun-daun merimbun
Tutupi tubuh yang menggigil
Bersandar rapat pohon
Cuba menyembunyi
Dari tempias mutiara rintikan
"Kenapa kau tunggu aku?"
"Istimewakah aku?"
"Kau tak penatkah menunggu?"
Masih tidak sabar aku menyoal
Pohon ini gelak kelucuan
Semakin menampak urat-urat usianya
"Kau sungguh istimewa?"
Tanyanya membuatkan aku pusing
Eh, aku tanya dia, dia tanya aku pula?
"Kenapa...."
Aku tak teruskan soalanku
Bimbang
Aku sudah berteduh
Berteduh di bawah rimbun
Rimbun si pohon
Biar sahaja soalan tepu
Dalam benak biarkan berlalu
Esok pon masih punya waktu
Untukku bertanya selalu
Akhirnya aku sudah berteduh....

~Lukluk Baidoa~

Monday, June 3, 2013

Pijak kenyataan...


Moga hatiku kembali dijernihkan
Agar kuat menghadapi ujian
Sabar mengharungi dunia cubaan
Bersangka baik pada setiap perbuatan
Memaafkan bila disakiti dan tersakiti
Tabah si wajah menghala ditujui
Biar dia hipokrit sendiri
Kuberdiri teguh di sini
Keluar dibelenggu mimpi semalam
Biar kepahitan silam karam
Jangan penglihatan bertambah kelam
Meski tiada bintang waktu malam
Jari jemari tak mahu bicara
Pada tempat yang tidak sepatutnya
Tak mahu jua membuka kisahnya
Memaafkan dan tidak bersuara
Perlahan-lahan kumembuka diari
Catatan penyingkap apa yang terjadi
Bukukan detik-detik diimbangi
Harapan hadapan juga ditulisi
Cipta cita-cita yang diimpikan
Biar jenuh di persisiran
Tumbuh bila tercampak di tepian
Ikhlas meniti ketara perubahan
Bi'ah yang dipersetujui indah
Tuhan diEsakan setiap langkah
Hanya padaNya kuberserah
Akan terbalas setiap fitnah
Kejahatan orang dijauhi kemas
Meski tak tahu bilakah rentas
Tepis keburukan yang mengganas
Dalam versi bisikan panas
Nilai Negeri Sembilan saksi
Kebeteluan akan menampakkan posisi
Kedua dan terakhir sekali
Pijak kenyataan yang dievolusi

~Lukluk Baidoa~

Thursday, April 25, 2013

CARA NAK GEMOK / How to be fat


Selalunya orang risau masalah gemuk..masalah obesiti... tapi ada juga orang yang risau terlampau kurus... BMI tak cukup... Ubat-ubat di bawah adalah cara nak gemuk... SELAMAT MENCUBA!

1. Depakote (Asam valproik) Biasanya diberikan kepada pasiendengan gangguan bipolar yang merupakan suatu gangguan pada alam perasaan ataumood yang bisa timbul pada episode waktu tertentu, bahkan dengan kondisikejang. Sebuah studi pada 2007 terhadap pasien epilepsi menemukan bahwa 44%perempuan dan 24% laki-laki naik 11 pound atau lebih saat mengambil Depakoteselama sekitar satu tahun. Obat tersebut diklaim dapat mempengaruhi proteinyang terlibat dalam nafsu makan dan metabolisme.

2. Remeron (Mirtazapine) Meskipun obat yang satu inimengandung antidepresan yang meningkatkan serotonin dan norepinefrin (hormonkebahagiaan), namun dalam Remeron juga terdapat aktivitas antihistamin yangbisa menambahkan jumlah berat badan Anda.

3. Zyprexa (Olanzapine) Sebuah studi 2005 menemukan bahwa30% dari orang-orang di Zyprexa naik 7% atau lebih dari berat badan merekadalam 18 bulan akibat efek dari antihistamin.

4. Deltasone (prednisone) Kortikosteroid oral, sepertiDeltasone, membawa risiko yang lebih tinggi dari kenaikan berat badan, terutamadengan penggunaan jangka panjang.

5. Thorazine (klorpromazin) Ketika Thorazine antipsikotikgenerasi pertama memasuki pasar pada tahun 1954, sudah jelas bahwa hal itu bisamenyebabkan kenaikan berat badan. Thorazine, memiliki aktivitas antihistamin,yang diteliti dapat meningkatkan nafsu makan.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Good Governance in Islam


IN public administration all the key public functionaries ought to be people of high calibre, just and energetic and must possess qualities of head and heart. In the words of fourth rightly guided Caliph Hazrat Ali (RA) they should have the qualities of refinement, experience, alertness, power of comprehending problems, secrecy, freedom from greed and lust.

A careful analysis of principles of administration and qualities of an administrator from Islamic point of view would show that man’s personal character is the key to good governance.

Perhaps the most exhaustive work on Islamic ethics of administration and qualities of an administrator is by a Pakistani specialist on public administration Shaukat Ali. His book “Administrative Ethics in a Muslim State” offers a comprehensive survey of instructions in the Holy Qur’an and “Traditions” on the subject.

The other monumental work on Islamic system of administration is by Dr. Mohammad Al Burray of Medina University. The book is titled “Administrative Development: An Islamic perspective.

The following advice to the Governor (Wali) Mali Alk-Ashtar contained in a letter of Hazrat Ali (RA) gives in a nutshell the qualities of an administrator. He should be an ideal for his staff and fellow citizens and choose the most qualified yet pious, honest, truthful and God-fearing men for his administrative structure.

He should be impartial and dispense justice with equity and should be very careful about the back biters, sycophants, corrupt and scandal mongers. He should constantly remain in contact with his staff consult them and should not issue authoritative and arbitrary orders.

He should strike against corruption, injustice and evil usages of authority against citizens and take responsibility for any defect in his subordinates and staff. He should not reserve for himself or his relatives any common property in which others have share and stake.

If studied carefully, this letter of Hazrat Ali (RA) (text available in Nahjul Balagha) is a blueprint for efficient administration. It is based on the golden principles of Islam. The emphasis is on the character of the administrators.

They should continuously watch that justice, social equity and honesty prevail in the society and conduct themselves as servants of the people and trustees of state and of those below them in command as well as the public in general. They should love their fellow citizen as they love themselves and their families and not behave like rulers.

A long letter written during the rule of the Abbasid Caliph Al-Mamun is another best available source on the principles of administration in Islamic literature.

Written by Tahir Ibn Al-Husayn, Al-Mamun’s general, to his son Abdullah Ibn Tahir. This letter is summarized in Ibn-e-Khaldun’s “Muqqaddamah”. According to Ibn-e-Khaldun, Tahir in this letter to his son gave him advice concerning all religious and ethical matters.

He urged him to strive for virtue and good qualities in a manner so exemplary that no king or commander can do without. The general theme of this letter is duties and responsibilities of the administrative leaders or executives.

In the letter principles of administration abound and deal with accountability and punishment, moderation in administration, avoidance of falsehoods, consultation with specialists, on employment policy, supervision and foresight, punctuality, redressal of grievances and complaints, care for subordinates and the people of the State generally, a time schedule for officials, and policies governing revenue and expenditure.

Since Islamic system is democratic in nature and is based on Shariah and the Sunnah, there is no place in this system for dictatorial leadership, authoritarian attitude and one man decision-making. This is the principle which forms a constant current in Islamic system of administration. The system is human in nature, content and application. When Hazrat Omar (RA) would appoint a governor, he would invariably advise the incumbent

“Not to make reception halls so that you are accessible to every one, not to eat refined flour as it is not available to all citizens of the Ummah, not to wear thin cloth because this would make you easy going and not to ride a Turkish horse because this would make you haughty”.

There is absolutely no doubt that principles of administration in Islam are by far the most scientific and comprehensive set of principles for effective and efficient administration. Instructions of Hazrat Omar (RA) and Hazrat Ali (RA) noted earlier provide a complete frame for Islamic administration.

Islamic system of justice includes social justice, which means that the Government must manage to meet and fulfil the needs and requirements of all citizens because they have rightful share in State resources and are bonafide citizens of the country.

This includes provision of job, means of subsistence and economic justice. This further implies that it is the responsibility of the State to provide food, shelter and clothing to all the citizens of the State. Economic justice is aimed at equitable distribution of means of living and check concentration of wealth in a few hands.

That is why the rightly guided second Caliph Hazrat Umar (RA) refused to allot lands to the Muslim soldiers and commanders in areas conquered by Muslims in Iran, Iraq and Syria.

Only justice can create discipline in life of the people. Also essential is administrative justice, which means that all State functionaries are also subject to accountability and do not consider and treat people as “slaves” or “personal servants”.

They should not insult the people in any manner. They should be honest and efficiently administer public affairs. It should be ensured that the concentration of wealth in one class or in a few hands does not occur.

According to Ibn-e-Khaldun, a successful and viable administrative set up is that in which people’s participation is ensured. If the governed feel that they share the administrative process, the society would be stable.

What Ibne Khaldun observed is reflected in modern theory of New Public Administration(NPA) that administration should be such as make people feel that they are equal partners in the process of planning, administration and implementation. Thus public participation is an essential part of Islamic model of administration.

During the caliphate of first four rightly guided Caliphs and the rule of Umayyads and partly during Abbasid rule and under Fatimids in Egypt, public administration was a great success because of its efficiency and God-fearing administrators.

Good Governance in Islam

By Mohammad Abbas

[The writer is former Director General Radio Pakistan]

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

~Terdiam ~


Sendiri sendiri ku diam, diam dan merenung
Merenungkan jalan yang kan membawaku pergi
Pergi tuk menjauh, menjauh darimu
Darimu yang mulai berhenti, berhenti mencoba
Mencoba bertahan, bertahan untuk terus bersamaku

Ku berlari, kau terdiam, ku menangis, kau tersenyum
Ku berduka, kau bahagia, ku pergi, kau kembali
Ku mencoba meraih mimpi, kau coba tuk hentikan mimpi
Memang kita takkan menyatu

Bayangkan bayangkan ku hilang, hilang tak kembali
Kembali untuk mempertanyakan lagi cinta
Cintamu yang mungkin, mungkin tak berarti
Berarti untukku rindukan

Ku berlari, kau terdiam, ku menangis, kau tersenyum
Ku berduka, kau bahagia, ku pergi, kau kembali
Ku mencoba meraih mimpi, kau coba tuk hentikan mimpi
Memang kita takkan menyatu
Kini harusnya kita coba saling melupakan
Lupakan kita pernah bersama

Ku berlari, kau terdiam, ku menangis, kau tersenyum
Ku berduka, kau bahagia, ku pergi, kau kembali
Ku mencoba meraih mimpi, kau coba tuk hentikan mimpi
Memang kita takkan menyatu

Cakra Khan


Lukluk Baido's note: Belajarlah menjadi orang...

Sunday, March 10, 2013

WZ STEEL BERHAD (Slide presentation)


Formally known as Weng Zheng Resources Berhad , WZ STEEL BERHAD was incorporated in Malaysia under the Companies Act , 1965 as a public limited company on 15 September 2004. With three (3) subsidiaries , WZSTEEL is an investment holding company, namely Weng Zheng Sdn Bhd ("WZSB"), Weng Zheng Trading ("WZT") and Weng Zheng Marketing Sdn Bhd (“WZM”) , herein collectively known as the WZ Steel Group (“WZSTEEL Group” or “Group”).

WZSB is principally involved in the manufacturing and processing cold drawn (“CD”) bright steel and other steel products. The end-products of Weng Zheng are mainly free-cutting, carbon steel and stainless polished shaft, while WZM and WZT are principally engaged in the trading of other steel products, including cut-to-size steel products such as angle bars, flat bars, pipe, channel, M.S. Plates, Steel beams, etc. The Group prides itself as one (1) of the leading local manufacturers of CD bright steel polished shafts for a wide spectrum of machining applications, which are customized to the needs and requirements of the machining processes of individual customers.

There are seven (7) people who hold the WZ Steel Berhad’s shares. The shareholders are Dato' Amin Rafie Bin Othman, Tan Ching Kee, Tan Chong Boon, Ng Chong Tin, Dato' Siow Kim Lun, Dato' Yeong Kok Hee and Ong Teck Chuan.

The primary stakeholders in the company are including the group chairman and independent non-executive director; others board directors, audit committees, remunerations committees, nomination committees, company secretaries, auditors, share registrar, and all the workers in the company with an interest in the firm’s decisions.

The interests of stakeholders addressed in WZ Steel Berhad’s public company documents explicitly by corporate social responsibility such as skill development, charitable donation, group medical and hospitalization policy. All employees are insured under the medical and hospitalization and personal accident insurance programs in addition to mandatory social security contribution. The sum insured under these programs are determined based on the level of seniority of each employee. In order to upgrade the employees’ knowledge and new skill sets, internal and external trainings are offered to eligible employees. Monetary contribution was made during the year to various worthy causes. Employees are also encouraged to participate in community services for the needy according to their will and ability.

Friday, February 8, 2013

DOING DAKWAH IN A SIMPLE WAY


DOING DAKWAH IN A SIMPLE WAY FOR NON-MUSLIM VISITORS AT THE MASJID BY CONVEYING THE PROMINENT PART OF MESSAGE IN ISLAM THAT IS THE ONENESS OF ALLAH (TAWHID).

The great opportunities not to be missed in performing duty as “Da’ie/Da’iyah” is the hours when we are in the Main Prayers Hall by disseminating the most important part of dakwah that is the “Oneness” (tawhid) of God who is Allah by showing that:

I. Wall

The wall before us has no image, statue or music instruments to ensure that the friendly environment be emerged so that a prayer would be able to concentrate his prayer to Allah without distraction.

II. Niche

Niche or “Mihrab” showing the direction of prayer towards “Ka’abah” constructed in cube shape found in Saudi Arabia; and this Ka’bah is not something that to be prayed for or worshipped as the statue, idol or image.

Should the Ka’abah been dismantled and transferred somewhere else, say Kuala Lumpur; surely we would never face our prayer to Kuala Lumpur – the vicinity where Kaabah is now located is regarded as the point of direction only and historically recorded that our Prophet Adam and Abraham, the same prophets of Jews and Christian were the ones who built and preserved that vicinity

III. Imam

An Imam is appointed just to lead the prayers in group who will be standing in the Niche; and he is not the person to stand as intermediate man between mankind and God Allah, and he is also not authorized to forgive sins as he himself is subject to wrong-doing and be responsible for his own deeds.

IV. Pulpit

Pulpit or “Mimbar” is a stage where the Imam gives sermons on Fridays; and the text of sermons containing advices on living in this world that to be governed by teachings of Allah and His prophet, Mohammad (pbuh); and Friday prayer is compulsory to the men while optional for women who would rather prefer to look after her household.

V. Allah: name of God

We pray to our God namely Allah; one and only to be worshipped; no one besides Him or assist Him; as He is the great and powerful therefore the first word said on calling people to pray and to begin with is word of “Allahu Akbar” meaning “Allah is the Greatest”.

VI. Allah: The Greatest!

Why not? He is the one who created us and look after us as well as to create the universe for us; and according to scientists and astronomers that the universe comprising of billion of planets in one galaxy; and galaxy itself numbering in billion so where does the earth stand? Just like a dust floating around! For whom this universe created? Surely for mankind to see and appreciate amazingly as well as to prove that He is really the Greatest!

VII. Bowing and Kneeling Down

Bowing (rukuk) and Kneeling Down (sujud) being sincerely done in good faith showing by deed that we admit and concede ourselves that we’re really tiny creature, humbly bowing and kneeling down by saying “you are the greatest” and “you are the highest”. Every one in atmosphere of equality; king or wealthy man have to lay his head, prostrating himself before God, at the feet of slave or beggar standing in front of them.

VIII. Five times prayer

So many people are shocked on hearing that Muslims are under obligation to pray five times per day; and yet how long does it takes per prayer actually? Its around 3/4 minutes per prayer and on calculation it is just around (5x4) = 20 minutes per day: and 20 minutes per day compared to 24 hrs we live in daily what is so significant 20 minutes spent for our Creator – praising and thanking Him? It is not a big deal! Remembering Allah is to be done at all times – not occassionally!

ETHICS AND PRESENTATION THAT TO BE OBSERVED

Ethics (Akhlak): Islamic ethics to be adhered to as it is being observed by non Muslims visitors while dakwah being delivered.

I. Voice

The voice should be in low tone, and not to be raised even though we are in dilemma situation.

II. Joke

No joking be performed as it might imply an unwelcome gesture as well as to provoke unnecessary reaction though light and gentle humor is acceptable - avoid being a joker.

III. Egoistic

Talking aloud and boasting about our living experiences in the country where the guest comes from might be irritating and probably on the other side being annoyed; so just a little bit of words appreciating their country will do.

IV. Photograph

The visitor might be feeling a great lost coming to the Mosque without photograph so let them take picture for remembrance to take home, but bear in mind that any photograph taken might be download in you tube for world view – certain distance with ladies for da’ie and men for da’iayah, should be well observed.

V. Islamic Scholar

Be specific in our dakwah that is disseminating the tawhid of Allah, and avoid making ourselves as an Islamic scholar delivering lecture on all tenets of Islam that lead to boring and uncomfortable situation throughout the visit, unless specifically being asked for – lets the visiting hours be shared, enjoyed and beneficial for all.

May Allah reward our dakwah works with barakah, maghfirah and rahmah, insya Allah, amien!

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rashad: 26hb Safar, 1434 9hb Januari, 2013

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Hope for tomorrow

Hope tomorrow never cries
But then still cracking heart
Will always same as before
Don't greet hi with smile
To the one who says goodbye
Just agree for my apply
Could u please just give up
End the desire u want set on
Just let me fullfill my dreams
To break up the entirety
On the name of God I pleased
Hope u don't mind to let me free
Hope u understand this is love
Love is let go the person u love
To have her own happiness
To make her shine with bright

I will hate u if u still like this

Lukluk Baido'

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Ku bukan superwoman


ku bukan superwoman
yg tu ku sedar sendiri
selepas apa yg terjadi
setelah difahami
bukan semua orang mengerti
menahan amarah pada yg disayangi
dan kurendahkan bengisku
demi satu rasa
meski hatiku yg terluka hebat
meski resah akhirnya tak terubat
jenuh tak terlempias
tak ingin menghempas kaca
tak ingin mengenai kaki
tak ingin ternangis lagi
sabarku ini masih utuh
biar jatuh mengaduh
asalkan terus bangun dan berlari
kerna Tuhan menciptakan
ujian untuk diuji
betapa nikmat selama ini tidak disyukuri
lalu datang tanduk dua
menghasut dan memperdaya
arghhhhhhh...tepisku tak kental
astaghfirullah ku sebut
marahku tatkala duduk
hilang pabila ku berdiri dan berjalan
dengan lafaz tersimpan
dengan tirai hati yang berkias sopan
dan terima dengan redho
bersama mutiara putih berselerakan
kerna kusedar ku bukan superwoman

Lukluk Baido'
26 Januari 2013

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Terjah Sehari


Resolusi berhimpitan
Mencari pembetulan
Fantasi diketepikan
Realiti dibentangkan
Jauh pemandangan
Minta diteluskan
Tanpa diragukan
Tarikh ditetapkan
Akan dihukumkan
Mengikut keadaan

Sampai ditaklifi
Teranjal reformasi
Kelak dinaungi
Ajak difikiri
Optimis penyeri
Jeritan didendami
Kesimpulan diberi
Keputusan dijatuhi
Jawapan diberi
Hidup diterusi

...:::(application to a new life):::...

Lukluk Baido'
20 Januari 2013

Friday, January 4, 2013

HAKIKAT MUFLIS MENGIKUT ISLAM!


Muflis mengikut istilah bahasa bermakna tidak mampu lansung membayar hutang atau dikenali sbg bangkrap, dan perkataan ini berasal dari perkataan bahasa Arab, menurut kamusnya menyebut المفلس: الذي خسر ماله كله [Muflis: seorang yg kehilangan kesemua hartanya], dan didalam bahasa Inggeris pula disebut “bankrupt” membawa makna “one who breaks and fails in business; an insolvent person”.

Kalimah “Muflis” merupakan istilah yg digeruni utk dimiliki kerana ia menjejaskan integriti yg menyebabkan seseorang itu akan menanggung malu, dan langkah-geraknya dlm kehidupan kekakuan, dan tidak selancar sbg mana seharusnya; begitulah kiranya gambaran yg lazim terlihat apabila seseorang itu dijatuhi hukuman kebangkrapan oleh Mahkamah; dan sekiranya “Muflis” dimuka bumi begitu menakutkan, apakah ada “Muflis” di Akhirat, dan bagaimana pula gambarannya?

Dari sudut Islam, seseorang yg dirujuk sbg Muflis ialah seorang yg kerugian sebesar-besar kerugian ketika tiba hari Kiamat kelak disebabkan pahala yg dimiliki hasil amalan baik dari melakukan solat, puasa, zakat, usaha-kebajikan dan sebagainya, terhakis dan dihakisi oleh perbuatan-perbuatan buruk yg melukai dan menyakiti hati orang lain.

Perbuatan, sikap dan tindak-laku buruk yg melukai dan menyakiti orang lain itu antaranya ialah mencaci-cela, membuat tuduhan melulu, memfitnah, mengaib, menghina, mencedera, memukul dan sebagainya, dalam ertikata lain ia melakukan perbuatan mengikut acuan penganiayaan dan kezaliman.

Firman Allah; "ويل لكل همزة لمزة" [Mfhm: “Kecelakaanlah bagi setiap pengumpat lagi pencela”] – 104/1.

Kezaliman dan penganiayaan hingga menyakiti orang lain itu, akan ditebus-bayar kelak dgn pahala kebaikan yg dimilikinya, dan apabila pahala kebaikan yg dimiliki itu kehabisan maka dosa yg dipunyai oleh orang-orang yg dianiayai itu akan dibebankan kebahu diri orang yg melakukan penganiaayaan tadi sbg tebus-bayar, yg mengakibatkan pahala amalannya lupus sama sekali, lalu benar-benar ia menjadi seorang yg muflis atau bangkrap, yg penghujung jalannya ialah api neraka yg dicampakkan kedalamnya kelak.

(58/2580) – شرح صحيح مسلم

"حدثنا قتيبة بن سعيد و علي بن حجر. قالا : حدثنا اسماعيل (وهو ابن جعفر) عن العلاْء عن أبيه، عن أبي هريرة أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: "أتدرون ماالمفلس؟" قالوا: المفلس فينا من لا درهم له ولا متاع. فقال: "إن وهذا من حسناته. فإن فنيت حسناته، قبل ما يقضى ما عليه. أخذ من خطاياهم المفلس من أمتي، يأتي يوم القيامة بصلاة وصيام وزكاة، ويأتي قد شتم هذا، وقذف هذا، وأكل مال هذا، وسفك دم هذا، وضرب هذا. فيعطى هذا من حسناته فطرحت عليه. ثم طرح فى النار".

Pengertiannya:

Menurut Qutaibah bin Said dan Ali bin Hujr mengatakan; Ismail (anak kpd Jaafar) menyebut iaitu al-‘Ala daripada ayahnya, yg mengatakan Abu Hurairah menyebut bahawa Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda; “Tahukah kamu kalian, siapa orang yg muflis itu?” Jawab mereka; “Orang yg muflis dikalangan kami ialah seseorang yg tidak mempunyai dirham dan tidak pula mempunyai harta-benda!”

Jelas Rasulullah s.a.w., “Sesungguhnya seorang yg muflis dikalangan umatku ialah seseorang yg datang pada Hari Kiamat dgn membawa pahala-amalan solat, puasa dan zakat; dan kedatangannya itu sesudah ia mencaci-cela orang lain, membuat tuduhan palsu (fitnah), memakan harta, mencedera, dan memukul orang lain maka pahala kebaikannya itu akan diberikan kpd orang yg dianiayainya itu, dan apabila pahala kebaikannya habis sebelum selesai hutangnya maka orang-orang yg telah dianiayaai itu akan diambil dosa-dosa mereka lalu dibebankan keatasnya pula, dan kemudian itu ia dicampakkan kedalam api neraka.”

والله أعلم بالصواب،
وبالله التوفيق والهداية، والسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته.

Sumber rujuk:

شرح صحيح مسلم
للإمام محي الدين أبي زكريا يحيى بن شرف النووي
مكتبة أولاد الشيخ لليراث،2005

Sayyid Ahmad al-Al-Hasyimi,
Syarah Mukhtaarul Ahaadits,
Sinar Baru Algensindo, Bandung, 2008

Muhammad Fu’ad Abdul Baqi
(terjemahan: اللؤلؤ والمرجان)
Mutiara Hadits Shahih Bukhari Muslim
PT. Bina Ilmu, Bandung, 2005

credit to : rashad: 9hb Safar, 1434(H)/23hb Disember, 2012(M)

 

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