Friday, July 9, 2010

It's Been Quite a While

The past one month had been very hectic. The new semester had started, and having a maximum load of teaching means most of my time at work is filled with classes, while the remaining few hours is for the preparation for class.
I do have a lot to write and to share with my readers, but time simply did not permit me for writing in this blog.
My responsibility as a teacher has always been top priority. It is not just a job for me, it is my means for seeking rewards from Him.
Everyone of us has a role and specific purpose here, in this world.
I am not a fighter in a battle field, I am not a leader of a country. I am an educator.
And this is the path for me to go to Him.
Allah is Most Merciful, He knows our strengths and weaknesses and He will not lay on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear.

May Allah guide us all. Amiin..

I have recently become a 'convert'.'s not about religion..
That is what they call you when you switch from pc (windows) to mac.
This is my first entry using my Macbook. I am still learning my way through this 'new world', but it's been fun.
If any of you out there is a macbook user, I sincerely welcome any helpful tips.


white said...

Assalamu'alaikum madam,., lama xdengar khabar, moga madam sihat selalu hendaknya & bertambah keimanan & ketaqwaan kpd Rabbul Jalil.,., sem baru dah bermula, diri ini akan kembali sibuk dgn quiz, asgmt, exam dll, but this will be my final semester insyaAllah,.., xsabar nak grad, doa2kanlah madam ye kat anak2 murid kat sini,..,
-Hope to see you again...salam.

white said...

Lupa nak bgth madam, sem ni ambil subjek English(EOP), the lecturer is from Canada, Sir Abdul Matin Chabot,.., seronok berkenalan dgn dia,..,

mawar said...

waalaikum salam Jamil.

thank you for taking the time to visit me here :)
All the best for your final semester. mudah2an perjalanan menuntut ilmu di taman ilmu dan budi ini diberkatiNya.
wah..a lecturer from canada? where was he from? i was from university of Guelph. canada will always remain special to me..

white said...

Canada will always remain special for you, also the magnolia flowers that you had to pass through when walking to the campus... my Canadian lecturer is from Montreal...