-Quotable Quotes-

"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results"

Albert Einstein

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

It's for someone I personally admire


Dear Readers.........

If you want to be a doctor or at least wished to be one, I believe this post is one of the posts that you should read yourself. If you don't want to be a doctor, it doesn't give you any harm to read it as well.
Definitely maybe this post would trigger our hearts for us to be a better person altogether.
Last 17 years and 11 months, I was born to this unpredictable world, showered with loves and happiness. I am glad to be born as part of my family members and a son to one loving couple.
I learned to smile more than to frown.
I learned to laugh more than to weep.
and I learned to be grateful more than to be regretful on everything I owned in this world.
Day by day, months by months, and years by years, I have attained myself a state of maturity whereby I learned there is something that I believe is worth to die for.
My family.
I would willingly sacrifice my body and soul for them and I mean it.

Today, I would like to talk about one of my family members who had long enough acted as one of my inspirations to walk this life through thick and thin.
He was a medical student in the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom and now is proudly known as a DOCTOR to his family, friends and everyone else.
He is one man that I admire in this world as everything I see in him are wonderful things that I wished I have.
Besides his ingenious brain of course, I as a Religous school student should envy him as his desire to indepth and embrace the teaching of Islam surpasses the desire of mine and any of my friends that I know.
I mean, he memorises a lot of Hadiths and Ayyah of the holy Qura'n and he was not from any Religous school that I know.
Perhaps, he knows and realises that we don't have to be in any Religous schools or institutions for us to be His humble servants at any time, and at any cause.
As long as we are called Muslims, we have to do what Muslims have to do.

What makes him different from any other medical students?
While he was struggling to get a degree which will add another two letters in front of his name, he was too had to struggle fighting with Hodgkin's lymphoma
a disease which no man had ever wished for, and still am fighting strongly against it.
I feel moved to write this on my blog as I think it is a way to show him that I am too as part of the family, care and love him as much as I love my own biological brothers.
As the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) says:

He has weak faith until that person loves for his brother what he loves for himself

Sahih Bukhari-

And I'm taking the opportunity here to ask for your kindness be it you know him or not, to always remember him in your Doa'.
Pray that, he will get better and always in a state of healthy being as for him to pursue his dream as a doctor to the nation and save as many lives as he can. Who knows, it could be one of your loved ones that he can save one day. Thus, pray for him and I know I will always do, anytime, and anywhere.


p/s: the doctor who I mentioned above is actually my cousin and you can find out more about him in his blog,