-Quotable Quotes-

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

Albert Einstein

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

It's when I can see the path....

Assalamualaikum and a very good day mate!
Dear Readers,

Praise be to Allah I get the offer to further my study under:
Asasi Law UiTM Shah Alam
I take this offer as a stepping stone for me to change my dream into reality.
To become a successful lawyer who puts justice onto his top priority.
May Allah show me the right way.


There were few friends had questioned me:
why do you want to be a lawyer?

Here's a list of answers that I could provide.
1.I find that lawyer is a very interesting job (after I observe my dad)
2.I'll have the chance to put justice to the place that it should be.
3.My parents suggested me to do law.
4.By using common sense, can't you see?lawyers make big money! =)

I can see that at first sight and by using simple assessment being a lawyer seems like fun.
I mean just look at those successful lawyers,
Their property worth being published in Forbes Mag.
But, little that we know being a lawyer also means putting a huge load of burden upon oneself(lawyer)
If a lawyer represents someone who is guilty while the lawyer knows that fact, thus it is actually haram(unlawful in Islam)
Well, I don't have to tell you that.
Because it's freaking obvious, not only in Islam but almost in all religion stated that defending one who is guilty is not right.
I'm sure you already know that.
What I'm trying to say is, I hope I'll not be in the group that defend those who transgress the law.
May Allah guide me to the right path.


Other few friends asked me:
Why don't you study(law) abroad?

I can give you loads of answers for that, but here are the main reasons:
1.I don't qualify to apply for a scholarship.
2.I'm not that bloody rich to study overseas by using my own money.
3.My parents would strongly disapprove it(for degree only)
4.We learn the law the place where we study(I hope you understand this)
5.And even if I do law in commonwealth country, I'll have to do the CLP or BAR eventually.
Which will waste my time more.

Thus, I hope sufficient answers had been given.
And yes, for those who have the ambition of being a lawyer, I would strongly suggest you finish your degree in your own country(in this case I refer to Malaysia)
Nevertheless, it's up to you though.
I mean, different people have different point-of-views.
Take this picture below for example:

Tell me now.
Which one of the below statement you would agree with:
1.half full glass
2.half empty glass

I'm quite certain that I'll have two parties who support statement one and two respectively.
It would be impossible for all of you to agree with the same statement.
You know why?
Because of the freaking reason we have different points of views.
We all look at things differently.

The same goes with this picture below:

Tell me what do you see.
Of course it's a zebra!
Silly me.
What I meant is :
Do you think that zebra is black with white stripes?
White with black stripes?

You see!
If you don't believe me, ask a few of your friends to have a look at my blog
(no intention to promote my blog =))
Then, lets have a listen on what they got to say.

In a conclusion, I've been crapping in this post.Am I?
Whatever it is, please take what is good and leave the rest aside.
I'm not so good with words, but I sure know a little.
For that,

Thanks for reading guys!
Take care!