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why can't life be much easier than this? no complications, no agonies, no worries...just pleasant....everyday, but we would not call that life now would we?

Monday, October 30, 2006

salaams...

have you ever watched 'Moulin Rouge'-a film by Ewan Mcgregor and Nicole Kidman....about the forbidden love between the two..Satine (nicole kidman) and Ewan's character (i can't recall the name) i really love that movie..despite all critics...sure, it can be lame (hey it's a musical) and the scenes can appear hilarious and ludacris sometimes...but, the message underlying it all was what captured me interest towards it...yeap, everyone can guess it right-the most talked about, global message of all >> L.O.V.E=LOVE!! <<

call me a softy or anything, but never be in denial of how we; humans need love in our life.of course as Muslim, we need to seek our Almighty Allah's love to us and also to love our Rasul but in general we are desperate for love.. it doesn't matter whether it's from your family, love from your friends, collegue, doesn't matter if your gays/lesbian...everyone needs it...everyone seeks for it...the elusive feeling of love is hard to find, and when one is found; it's even harder to contain..for love is alive...ever changing...needs revampment every now and then. and the lack of it, makes us restless, sad, depressed, or even lose our minds....

in the movie; the unforgettable quote spoken out by Ewan Mcgregor's character, still echo in my mind....."the greatest love one can have, is to love and be loved in return.." for this saying is sooo true...it's always easy to love someone..but to gain that mutual feelings is often difficult and frustrating if it can't be achieved...thus, it spelled the inevitable=HEARTBREAKS. and once the heart is broken, it's very hard to mend...it's amazing how love can drive us crazy....really. perhaps, you might think i'm pouring out like this because of some failed relationships i'm having or something close to that, but really it isn't just that. don't restrict your mind to just thinking of love is about a relationship with the opposite sex.. because it is more than that...

how can you ever be sure that someone you once love or wants to be love will always keep that feelings alive and burning for you? perhaps pouring out the infamous saying of "...till death do us part.." prolly it will work....but do keep in mind, that promises aren't always kept and fulfilled...so how does one gets a reassurance of the neverending love???? my answer will be NEVER! heck, even the love between mother and child one can never be sure about it of being ever lasting....thus what more can u expect from loving out to someone you barely know and of which you intend to be your lifetime partner?? it's obvious- NEVER.

well in the case of relationship between the opposite sex, nurturing the feelings of love is normal and the highlights of your relationship should ideally be-matrimony! and in Islam, marriage is the ultimate and sacred bonding of the two sexes. but even that can't guarantee you of an everlasting love and courtship...and that is why we hear people divorce after 2-3 years of blissful marriage. heck, i know this for fact, 2 of my siblings have failed marriages before for crying out loud.thus, i know a little much about the hardships of marriage, being divorced (both as man and woman- for often people perceived being a divorced woman is even harder to cope than a divorced man) with all this unhealthy examples of marriage surrounding me, i'll be lying if it doesn't scares me...but then again, my parents is a good, nearest example to me, that marriage is more than just being affectionate to one another. marriage (and any relationship for that matter) need compromising in all aspects with your partner..and above all understanding, respect and trust. without any of these, it can never work out.

look at this picture...as i was browsing through my daily news inputs, i can't help but to think these two creatures of Allah. the saying of till death do us part creepily stood by them both. and prove to be the reason they are apart and can't be with each other anymore.....

these two lovebirds, were just offically and happily engaged just 28 hours before both of them tragically died of road accident. The bride to be was- Ms. Emma Khalijah Basri, 21, and the groom to be was Mr.Anas Nasron, 27, both were instantly killed after the motorcyle they rode on collided with another motorcycle, and right after impact, they were both thrown off helplessly on the road when a car came and crushed them down for an instant death. Al-Fatihah to them both.

as for me, I sure hope like zillion others, to be have that greatest love of all...is that to love Allah and be loved by Him and along that, have a peace of mind and be able to have a blessed marriage with someone that love me wholeheartedly, understands truly what marriage is all about (which is not just being intimate! ), I pray that Allah give me a compromising,loving,taqwa,pious husband to guide me through this very demanding life as Allah kalifah...

3 Comments:

At 12:52 PM, Blogger erin said...

dear..i had been trying to tag u..tak dapat2..anyways..hoep dat all is well..jemput dtang umah open house nanti..mish you even more~~ hugs xoxo

 
At 9:54 PM, Anonymous Ji said...

Assalammualaikum.

Terima kasih kpd tuan punya blog yg sudi mengambil cerita arwah adik saya, Anas bin Nasrun. Semoga Allah mencucuri rahmat-Nya ke atas dia dan arwah tunangnya.Amin.

 
At 12:27 AM, Blogger AkaZukii said...

erin.i miz ya tooo..can't wait to see ya...insyaAllah i'll come..thank you for the invitation....

ji, semoga tabah dengan dugaan Allah ini...Allah lebih sayangkan mereka berdua..AL_Fatihah.

 

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