Marriage is the union of two persons and since the beginning of time it has always been the union between men and women. In order to continue men lineage on this earth, Allah has ordered men to be married with women and not to be married with men. Allah has made men and women to be biologically compatible to reproduce. Allah ordered men to be married with women so that human being can reproduce and the human population can grow in numbers. It is impossible for the human population to grow in numbers without being able to reproduce. Human beings are able to reproduce only when men are ordered to be married with woman and not with men and women are ordered to be married with men and not with women. Allowing men to be married with men and allowing women to be married with women is the same as trying to stop the human race from reproduce and from growing in numbers. Allah is the One who has created men and women and it is the order of Allah for men to be married with women and not for men to be married with another men and also it is the order of Allah for women to be married with another men and not to be married with another women. When men are married with men and women are married with women, it means we have disobeyed the order of Allah and certainly Allah will not be pleased with those men and women who have disobeyed the orders of Allah. (more…)
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Houses are indeed a need to everyone and not a luxury. Men need houses or shelters in order to protect themselves from the rain and the sun. All newly married couples wishes to have a new house of their own. The demand of houses is always high because everyone wants to have houses of their own. As our population grows, accordingly the demand of houses also grows. The demand of houses increases as our population increases. As our population grows, the area of land to built houses decreases and the price of land increases. As the price of lands increases, accordingly the price of houses also increases. In some cities such as Hong Kong and Singapore, the prices of the houses are very expensive. In those cities, people are forced to live in high rise apartments or flats, instead of houses. High rise flats or apartments are built in those cities in order to compensate for the increase in population and the decreases in land areas. In those cities, prices of the houses are very expensive and only the super rich can afford to live in houses. In Malaysia, particularly in Kuala Lumpur, the prices of houses are soaring high. An average income earner will not be able to buy a house in Kuala Lumpur. (more…)
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One of the things that I want to know after I have children is the method of rearing children which I can employ on my children so that my children are guided to the true path that is, obtain the pleasure of Allah and become successful in this world and hereafter. I am sure if such method exists, all parents would like to implement the method to their children and obtain good children. All of us want to have good children but without employing the correct method of rearing children, a method that really work to our children; we will not get good children. I had been thinking about it for a very long time. Who will show me the correct method of bringing up children so that when I implement the method on my children, it works and produce results? Previously I do not know the method of rearing children that will produce good children. Sincerely, until now, I dare not write a book on methods of rearing children because I think I have not found the method that really works. What do I mean by a method that really works? A method that really works is the method when employed on our children it really produce good children. I have eight children and since they were small, I have tried many methods including the method that I have learned from my parent but I have not found the one that really works. Until recently, I was in the dark about child rearing but now I am convinced that I have found the one that will work. Now, all my children have grown up and the youngest is already 16 years old. At the age of 58, I am still motivated to find out the method of rearing children that will produce good children. (more…)
My first visit to Bengkulu was in 1998 and I was there for nearly one month. My last visit to Bengkulu was just recently that was during the Labour Day holiday. Bengkulu is a province in Indonesia that located in the west-south of Sumatra. The province is surrounded by hilly mountains and the access to the province is mainly through roads along the coastal areas and crossing the hilly mountainous areas. The roads along the mountainous areas are narrow and winding but all the drivers that drive along the narrow winding roads seems to be so proficient and careful. Bengkulu is the place of my ancestors. Both of my grandmothers on my father and mother sides came from Bengkulu. My grandmothers left Bengkulu in the early twentieth century with the hope of finding a new greener pastures in Malaysia. In those days, Malaysia was known as Klang, because Klang was the first seaport in Peninsular Malaya. In those days my grandmothers and all others who want to migrate to Malaysia would say that they wanted to live in Klang. My father used to tell me that the reasons why my grandfathers want to come to live in Klang were that the life in Bengkulu was very hard and difficult. Bengkulu was once under the control of British and with the signing of the treaty of Bangkok between the British and the Dutch, Bengkulu was given to the Dutch in exchanged with Malacca. My grandmother used to tell my father that life under the control of British was much better than under the Dutch. Under the control of the Dutch, my grandparents had to pay taxes for their head and they were forced to do hard labour in the plantations with very meagre pay. My grandparents decided to leave Bengkulu and migrate to Klang because they want to live under the control of the British and not under the control of the Dutch. Sir Stamford Raffles was in Bengkulu and when he wanted to open up Singapore, he took peoples from Bengkulu to help him. Some of these Bengkulu peoples crossed over to the Peninsula Malaya and some settled in Gemas, Negeri Sembilan while others moved upwards and settled in Sungai Choh, Rawang, Selangor. The migration of Bengkulu peoples over to Peninsula Malaya probably took place during the late of nineteen century. (more…)
KUALA TERENGGANU (25 SEPTEMBER, 2011), Yayasan Pembangunan Keluarga Terengganu, YPKT telah menganjurkan Program Bimbingan Pakar bersama Professor Dr Nasoha Saabin telah dilaksanakan di dua tempat berasingan iaitu di Dewan Utama, Masjid Al- Muktafi Billah Shah Kuala Terengganu dan di Dewan Solat, Masjid Raja, Chendering, Kuala Terengganu. Professor Dr Nasoha, lulusan sarjana dari Universiti Melbourne Australia ialah seorang yang aktif dalam menjalankan penyelidikan dalam bidang kesihatan holistic dan merupakan pengasas dan pengendali perubatan merawat tekanan dan rawatan badan di klinik Integrative Holistic Wellness Centre, IHWC di Kuala Lumpur.
Professor Dr Nasoha Saabin menyampaikan ceramah di Dewan Utama, Masjid Al- Muktafi Billah Shah, Kuala Terengganu
Di dalam ceramah yang dikendalikan, Professor telah membentangkan ceramah bertajuk “Keluarga Bahagia – Mengubah perangai dengan terapi minda dan keyakinan dan bagaimana kita boleh sihat”. Antara inti pati ceramah yang disampaikan ialah kesihatan manusia dipengaruhi oleh gaya hidup manusia itu sendiri termasuk pemikiran, keyakinan dan percakapan yang diamalkan. Professor telah memperkenalkan satu bentuk terapi audio yang boleh dipraktikkan kepada anak-anak bermula lahir hingga berusia 7 tahun. Kaedah terapi berbentuk CD audio itu diyakini mampu melahirkan individu serta keluarga yang cemerlang, bahagia dan sejahtera. Professor juga telah memperkenalkan kepada audien, 2 orang kanak-kanak iaitu Muhammad Irfan bin Zahari(6 tahun) dan Muhammad Umar bin Zahari(5 tahun) yang telah menunjukkan personaliti hebat hasil daripada kaedah audio terapi yang digunakan oleh ibubapa mereka sejak lahir hingga sekarang selama 6 tahun berterusan setiap hari tanpa henti.
Professor Dr Nasoha Saabin menyampaikan ceramah di Dewan Solat, Masjid Raja, Chendering, Kuala Terengganu
Ramai audien yang terdiri daripada ibubapa dilihat telah menunjukkan minat untuk menggunakan kaedah terapi audio ini kepada anak-anak mereka. Di akhir program, Professor Dr Nasoha menjelaskan bahawa terapi ciptaannya itu adalah yang pertama di dunia dan berharap sekiranya kaedah ini dapat dipraktikkan oleh rakyat Negeri Terengganu sebagai model kepada seluruh rakyat Malaysia.
Terapi Minda Bersama Professor Dr. Nasoha Saabin
Program Khidmat Bimbingan Pakar bersama Y. Bhg. Profesor Dr. Nasoha Saabin telah diadakan pada 24 Julai, 2011 jam 9.30 pagi bertempat di Dewan YPK, Kg Saujana Setiu. Lebih 70 orang peserta telah hadir mengikuti program bersama Y. Bhg. Prof pada kali ini di mana merupakan siri yang ke 2 selepas dilaksanakan di Parlimen Kemaman pada bulan Jun yang lalu.
Yang Bhg. Profesor Dr. Nasoha Saabin merupakan lulusan sarjana dalam bidang Optometri dari Universiti Melbourne, Australia. Selain mengendalikan perubatan merawat tekanan dan rawatan badan di klinik, beliau juga adalah Dekan di Fakulti Optometri Universiti Kolej Teknologi Twintech, Kuala Lumpur.
Pada program kali ini beliau telah mengendalikan bengkel bersama peserta dengan tajuk “Menjana Keluarga Bahagia Melalui Terapi Minda”. Y.Bhg. Prof telah memperkenalkan beberapa kaedah terapi minda hasil ciptaan beliau sendiri kepada para peserta program.
Kaedah-kaedah yang yang diperkenalkan ini diyakini mampu membentuk keperibadian insan yang hebat dan seterusnya dapat melahirkan sebuah keluarga yang bahagia dan sejahtera. Kaedah terapi yang diperkenalkan meliputi kepada semua golongan masyarakat bermula bayi, kanak-kanak, remaja hingga ke golongan dewasa.
Oleh : YM Syed Lizam Sukairi Bin Syed Abu Bakar
Marriage is a contract that binds a man known as a husband and a woman known as a wife. There is a set of responsibilities each imposed on both sides. As long as these responsibilities are fulfilled by husband and wife, the marriage will be orderly and intact. So as to be able to fulfil their respective responsibilities, husband and wife must have ‘iman’. Without ‘iman’ a person will not be able to fulfil the responsibilities as a wife and husband and the marriage contract will end in divorce. They end up in divorce because they want to solve their problems. In reality, divorce does not solve problems because the core of the problems arises from the fact that both sides do not want to obey the orders of Allah. As long as both sides continue to disobey the orders of Allah, even after they are divorced, they will continue to have problems. Many couples end up in divorces but after the divorce they end up in more problems. Divorce does not solve their problems, but divorce will lead them to more problems when they continue to disobey the orders of Allah. Whenever we disobey the orders of Allah, we will have problems and the more we disobey the orders of Allah, the more problems we will have. If we do not want problems, we should obey the orders of Allah. But why do people disobey the orders of Allah? People disobey the orders of Allah because they do not have the greatness of Allah in their heart and in their mind. Why do we not have the greatness of Allah in our mind and heart? It is because the greatness of Allah is not in our daily speeches. What we have in our heart and mind is the greatness of this world as the talk of the greatness of this world is always in our speeches. We will only obey the orders of Allah if we can foresee some worldly benefits. When we have marital problems, we should not think that only divorce can solve them. Divorce does not solve our problems at all and we should not even consider that option. Our marriage problems will only be solved by Allah and Allah will solve our problems when both of us turn to the obedience of the orders of Allah. In order to obey the orders of Allah both sides needs ‘iman’. (more…)
Love is blind. What does it mean? It means we love someone without any valid reasons. We fall in love with someone and we do not know the reason why we have fallen in love with him or her. Most people forget that the one that put the love towards him or her in our heart is none other than the Creator of men. There is no one that can grant love other than Allah. Allah is the one who places love towards someone in our heart beyond our control. We can neither increase nor decrease the amount of love towards someone in our heart except with the permission of Allah. Allah places love into the heart of all mothers towards their children. Allah uses love as a means to protect and to nourish the young helpless children. A mother can endure many nights without sleep, to feed and to tend to her crying child because Allah has instilled love towards that child inside her heart. No one can instil that love except Allah. When Allah plants love inside our heart towards someone we will not be able to find the reasons, why we have loved that person. We can neither love nor not to love someone with our own choice. We simply do not have the choice. When Allah has planted love towards someone in our heart, we have no choice but to love that person. Allah instils in our heart love towards someone as a test for us. We are also tested in the same manner when Allah gives us wealth and power. Allah is testing us so that we can gauge our level of faith (iman). We will know that our ‘iman’ is weak when we transgress the Allah’s orders. (more…)