"Tak sedih ka camera tak dak? Camera hangpa ada dengan musyrif, Ustaz Bendahari. Don't you feel sad? Yours is with Ustaz Bendahari."
Then we ask for Ustaz Bendahari (I'm sorry I don't remember his real name). Luckily, he brings along that camera with him. On passing it, I can hear him saying, "Boleh pass camera ni kat Dr. Beg Pink?"
Next moment, I have my Canon Ixus in my hand.
* * *There you go! Dr. Beg Pink.
2. I reached Egypt and my room is in a chaos.
3. My lappy run out of antivirus.
4. I feel like running away.
5. I really want to talk with my bestest buddy, Naim.
Just the thing is, my bestest buddy is not here with me and I have nowhere to run. Oh, dear......I do love running!
Anyway, as time passes by, I'm quite occupied. (I don't like to say, but I've just finish reading a novel, you can pretty much leave all those 'studying' thing.)
I just bought this novel. And it is cool. Twenties Girl- Sophie Kinsella. Yes, she is well-known for her.....Shopaholic series! Bought it for 3.900, Bahrain Dinar. In fact, I bought 2 novels, another one was A Place Called Here by Cecelia Ahern.
Since I introduce you to Twenties Girl, I'd like to quote a little part which I found expressive. (Which strucks my emotion and makes me read that significant part over and over.)
"No," I shake my head firmly.
"No way. I have to go. I have to escape."
I start heading towards the fire exit again, but Ed grabs my arm.
"No escaping," he says firmly. "No running away.
Turn the situation around. You can do it. C'mon."
Before I pen-off, would you take a look at this hadith below, please?
The Prophet p.b.u.h said in his authentic hadith, "Most evil nature in a man is stingy from the fear of poverty and flee from battlefield."
Narrated by Abu Dawood.