Sunday, February 20, 2011

Great leader are made and not born!!!

Assalamualaikum and peace to all…..

This week we want to stress that the great leader are made and not born. First of all, who is leader for your perspective? Leader is a person who influences a group of people towards the achievement of a goal. So, we may conclude that the great leader is the most respective leader among the leader or the other words are the best among the best, so that is our view about the great leader. Great leader are made and not born, why did we say so?

If you refer to “The 100 a ranking of the most influential person in history” by Micheal H. Hart, all of them can be categorized as great leaders in the world one of them is Muhammad S.A.W. They born just like normal people, and do same just like what we do. The different is how they controlled the world and how they influence the world. More over they could change the world until nowadays, we as the next generations still followed their principle.

A false leader is someone who fails to get the necessary resources for his or her staff to do their jobs. The best leaders are those who can communicate upward the fears and desires of their subordinates, and are willing to fight for what is needed. If not, the organization will weaken and crumble. They learn from trial and error, and from experience. When something fails, a great leader learns from the experience and puts it behind him. Good leaders also must know how to reward those who succeed and know when to retrain, move, or fire ineffective staff.

Lastly, can conclude that we can be one of the great leader if we discipline and challenge ourselves to lead at least a small organization. Therefore, by doing that we will learned on how to manage or develop the organization….that is all from us thank you…

Monday, February 14, 2011

Believe It Or Not (birth order trait)

Assalamualaikum and peace to all, now we are back with the new topic which is “Birth order traits”…do you ever notice that? If you don’t, so let’s check it out….


The eldest son would have the feeling overlooked by parents. This is because the attention moves to the other child. This child has dethroned in the situation. He or she must learn to share with her sister.Parents are given high hopes to them since they were in pre_school. The parents’ always burden them with to these children compared with other siblings.The eldest will become a role model to the other child,so the effect of the influence received is likely to make the eldest son is quite strict and autocratic. They also feel he always had authority over younger siblings. He may be hardworking and always help their parent.

Second child,

The nature of these children are often more aggressive than the eldest son. He has always helped in many ways and always have supporters at the back of his success, whether from mother, father or sister or brother. He also has a higher competitiveness and often competing to become a better person than other siblings. The second child can be stubborn and always want to showing off.

Middle child,

According to Adler, the middle child is like a sandwich. Middle child often feels itself oppressed and do not stand out in the family.The attitude is also aggressive and irritable.In life, he or she always tries to find justice for themselves or for another person. He's a sharp contrast with the act.

Youngest child,

His life is guided by many leaders.The elder tried to tutor him and he seems to have a lot of mothers and fathers. However, they did not have a situation dethrone just like other siblings. They want to be big and powerful than others. They have great ambition but often failed in the middle of the road. Sometimes, the child is not growing maturity moreover they still childish even they already become a teenager.

However, every person can change the things and responsibility for the effect or consequences from the actions taken. Then, the individual has empowered to choose their own life style or shape their character. From our opinion, the theory somewhat is similar with our character, but we do not agreed with this theory because it will have big impact on our perception of life.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Don’t be scared LAH!!!

Assalamualaikum and peace to all, this week we want to share some weird topic which is about genie….so check it out!!!

Genie or ‘Jin’ is a kind of creature that we cannot see in normal view. Jin looks basically not much different from the kind of men, they have sex, have a nose with eyes, hands, feet, ears, etc., as it is owned by humans. Basically 80 to 90 percent of Jin looks like a human.

The only thing that is different from physical Jin is smaller and finer than human. Their body shape, some are short, there is too high and there are all sorts of colors, namely white, red, blue, black, and so forth. Jin is permanently in a state of heathen and the rebellious Muslim Jin has frightening appearance. While a pious Muslim genie looking good in appearance.

According to some opinions of high, genie is actually about three cubits. Their knowledge more widely and the age are very long and some of it touching a thousand years old.
Jin moving speed is more than the motion of light in a moment. In view of Jin is the art and being hidden, not outward like a human and not completely invisible as the angel, so little space that could be occupied by millions of Jin and it also may enter and occupy the human body.

The total of Jin are too many and according to some opinions that number is the sum of all human beings from Adam until the Judgments day multiplied by number of animals in the world, and times with the rocks, in multiplied by the sands and all the plants. That was just one-tenth of the total Jin.

While the total Jin is one-tenth of the total angel. The total number of angels is only Allah S.W.T and His Messenger knows better.

Jin leaves in the ocean, land, in air and the Mithal environment which is a nature of between the human nature and the nature of angels. If given by God to us to see them, of course we will see that the needle will dropped from the top and not fall to the ground, but just falling on the back of Jin, because too many of their number.

That's why old people are always remind us that the children be returned home when the time dusk had arrived and the house door and windows must be closed, so as not to be entered by them..

So that is all…Thank you =))

~ Monetary Incentive for Them? ~

Assalamualaikum and peace to all, Do you think we should give monetary intensives to the KP2 students to motivate them to get better grades?
So, we want to stress here everyone is given an opportunity to improve their lives. So do not be surprised if we are given a second chance. In the aspect of learning in our institutions, there are categories of students identified as KP’s students. KP is the position of student results CGPA or GPA is below 2.00. KP is divided into two, KP1 is for the first timer and KP2 is the last students are given the opportunity to pursue their studies.
If the student is given the intensive money because to motivate them and encouraging them for improvement of CGPA. For me, it is not a wise decision and it is not the right way to solve this matter. It will encourage the students toward the comfort zone. So, they will lax and complacent. The prudent action is to equip them courses that will help him or her mentally and spiritually. This matters must be coordinated by the help of lecturers and their family so do the friends.

Besides that, it will be unfair for other students who have got good CGPA. If KP2 students got monetary incentives to motivate them to get better grades, they also should get these incentives to remain their constancy of good grades. In other word, maybe there are more students will get bad great because want monetary incentives. Moreover, the monthly allowance is already enough for them which are for the Diploma student is about RM 536 while for Degree student is RM 595. So money cannot influence them at all. The main thing is they have to take initiative to improve themselves by seeking or learning from the lectures and not to become like a cocoon.

Plus it will lead them to the social problem perhaps. Majority of them will waste their money to unnecessary thing or activities. Those activity will not improving their CGPA or even skill. If the loaner don’t give them the money they might be appreciated on every single of what they do.

Lastly, we want to stress again that we totally disagree that monetary incentives to the KP2 students to motivate them to get better grades.

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