Thursday, March 26, 2009

Feeling Misery & Happy

Should you have any answer or opinion regarding the situations below, please kindly respond. Thank you.
  1. Currently, checking for emails is somewhat problematic when I use Celcom broadband. I have to try many times to navigate from 1 page to another and more often than not, I end up in frustration. This does not occur when I use wireless connection.
  2. I can't sign in for my YM account when I use the broadband. Again, this does not happen if I use wireless connection.
  3. The connection speed using this broadband is too slow. This badly irritates me especially when I need to search for some information urgently. I've referred this to one of the promoters outside the Celcom center in Kuantan but his answer did not satisfy me.
Is there anyone here who experiences the same?

Regardless of the problems above, I am happy today & really thankful to Allah. Alhamdulillah, I passed all the papers in the previous mid-sem exam. Though my average marks are lower than those of my two room-mates', I am still happy that now I've got my "booster dose" to struggle for OSCE & final exam.

For those who have failed one or more subjects, I know what you guys feel at this moment because I've experienced the same..sadness, hopelessness, inferiority complex bla bla bla. Having these feelings is not wrong because we are normal human beings. However, we have to manage them properly. Don't get yourself drawn in these feelings for days and finally you do nothing for the final exam. Remember, you can't stop the countdown. Hey, failure in mid-sem exam is not the end of the world!

I've failed mid-sem but Allah had helped me to compensate in final exam for that two papers. Though I didn't get A, He gave me chance to have B-. I believe that you guys can do better than me. Come on, get up from your misery! Study, study, study!

"Do people think that they will be left alone because they say: 'We believe' and will not be tested?"
[Surah al-Ankabut: 2]
"..and never give up hope of Allah's Mercy. Certainly, no one despairs of Allah's Mercy, except the people who disbelieve"
[Surah Yusuf: 87]
"And when My slaves ask you (O Muhammad s.a.w.) concerning Me, then (answer them), I am indeed near (to them by My Knowledge). I respond to the invocations of the supplicant when he calls on Me(without any mediator or intercessor). So let them obey Me & believe in Me, so that they may be led aright"
[Surah al-Baqarah: 186]

Allah is always listening to you. Rise everytime you fail! That is considered as success.

Look, if you have some time, go get your lecturers who teach you the subject that you have failed. Ask them, which part you got the lowest mark and inquire for their opinion about the ways that you should take to improve. May be you have done very good in essays but too bad in MCQ. Who knows, may be you are one of the minus-marking-victims! That was what happened to me. Use this consultation hour to ask anything that you do not understand in the subject. If you are lucky, the lecturers will give some exam tips during the consultation hour.

Wishing you all the best!

O Allah, help us in making correct decision..
O Allah, shower us your blessing & assistance..
O Allah, grant us the success in this world & hereafter..

Ameen ya rabb..

2 comments:

hajarzainal said...

it always inspiring to read your blog.honestly, my blog was establish and continiously up dated because of you. i always read and read and tell myself i can also do da same=)
all da best also for dis coming final.
ur ultimate FINALE before graduation, insya ALLAH.
gonna miss kak ac da years ahead =)

Cahaya Mata Kemuliaan Agama said...

betullah kak...down giler..tp bila jumpa madam.....baru tahu klemahan dii sebenar kat mana...huhuhuh

maanajah 4 u too