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Dekitara ii na
Anna yume konna yume ippai aru kedo
Minna minna minna
Fushigina POKKE de kanaete kureru
Sora wo jiyuu ni tobitai na
An an an tottemo daisuki DORAEMON
Ahahaha...everybody loves Doraemon! That's it! Doraemon was our team mascot for PCT Family Day 2010 that was held on last 23rd. January. There were another 3 teams took part and each team represented by a cartoon character. We had red team represented by The Incredibles, black team represented by Ninja, orange team represented by Nemo....and blue team represented by the lovable Doraemon! Nyahahaha...Kawai, desu yo?
Well, I'm not going to talk about how enthusiastic is everybody during the whole day especially while the games were on with the fancy cheers and not to forget the fabulous mascots from every team! I assume that you all ready can imagine the scene...am I right? So....I'd like to light up on the Talent Time Night that was held the night before in our faculty's building, specifically in Anatomy Lecture Hall. Before going any further, let me describe the whole scene for you. It was a big lecture hall with capacity of about 400 students. Seats were parted into three compartments. Participants and other team members wore their colours....with black, red, blue and orange. And also with some 'babies' perfecting the night!
That night was a...well...I can say a glamorous night! Ahaha! What amazed me was that every team sent down 2 teams for performance. They were sure want to win very badly. But they did performed very well. They showed up singing...dancing....short plays...fashion shows...pantomime...and a lot more I don't know how to classify them. We presented with a short play, 'Doraemon' on that night. That was hilarious show ever! Really! Performing 'Doraemon' plays meant that we had to include every of their characters staring with Doraemon itself (the blue cat robot), Nobita (the lazy boy, yet lucky), Shizouka (the pinky girl), Giant (that fat boy, the bully), Suneo (always being bullied by the bully). Indeed, it was such a cock and bull story..and surely everyone knows that!
The point is, a Muslim's life should be balanced.We bails knowledge as a step preparing for the future. Not to say, the life as a medical student. Nobody wants to imagine it! Therefore, we have to give ourselves a break, sometimes and mix up with the community..by that I mean, people and friends...not patients and books! It is not that we are wasting our time, never! The Muslim should always have a goal in mind for any activity in life. So if we keep the fundamental goal of a life itself; to worship Allah the Almighty, than everything we do, with the intention to please Allah, is a form of worship and is rewarded. There's a concept I read lately in a novel, VT written by Hilal Asyraf that says "Sports as ibadah". He successfully pictured to the readers how to lift up such a concept in his book. It was a very good book and I really encouraged you to have a copy! Thumbs up, VT!
VT- Volleyball Team.
There was a hadith on the authority of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), narrated that the Prophet said:
The strong believer is better and more beloved to Allah than the weak believer, while there is good in both. Guard over that which benefits you, seek Allah's Assistance, wa laa ta'jiz (don't lend yourself to things devoid of benefit, and this could carry many meanings), and if something befalls you, then don't say 'If I only would have done such and such,' rather say, 'Qaddarallaahu wa maa shaa' fa'al' (Allah ordained (this) and He does what He wills), for verily the phrase 'If I would have' makes way for the work of Shaytan.
The strong Muslim is better than the weak Muslim, so find ways to exercise and keep a healthy diet so your body will be strong and healthy. To keep a healthy mind you must have a positive attitude toward life. Such an attitude comes about after you learn to surrender to Allah and trust in Him, being ever-hopeful and ever optimistic. Whenever a calamity strikes turns to Allah, ask for guidance and relief and trust in Him.