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Monday, 21 January 2013

BERSEDEKAH

Hari ni aku sempat jengok buku 40 hadis Imam Nawawi keluaran Telaga Biru pinjam dari officemate aku. Ade 2 tajuk yang aku baca.

Pertama Hadis 10 : Baik dan Halal Syarat Diterima Doa

Ringkasan dari hadis ini, sebahagian sebab dimakbulkan doa:
1. Sedang bermusafir
2. Hati yang sangat mengharap
3. Kondisi yang bersahaja dalam berdoa
4. Mengangkat kedua-dua tangan ke langit
5. Merayu dalam berdoa
6. Keinginan yang kuat dalam permintaan
7. Memakan makanan dan minuman yang halal
8. Memakai pakaian yang halal.

Kedua Hadis 25 : Bersedekah Bukan Sahaja Dengan Harta

ZIKIR

Mengucap "Alhamdulillah" (tahmid), "Subhanallah" (tasbih), "Allahuakbar" (takbir), Lailahaillallah" (tahlil), "Astaghfirullah" (istighfar), membaca al-Quran dan lain-lain zikir juga merupakan sedekah.

AMAR MAARUF, NAHI MUNGKAR

Menyuruh perkara yang baik dan melarang perkara yang mungkar juga sedekah.

JIMAK

Malah menyalurkan syahwat kepada yang halal seperti berjimak dengan isteri juga sedekah.

Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda yang bermaksud:
"Tiap-tiap kebaikan adalah sedekah."  (Riwayat Muslim daripada Jabir r.a.)

Oleh itu, kepada sesiapa yang tidak mampu bersedekah dengan harta ataupun wang ringgit, cukuplah bersedekah dengan perkara-perkara di atas. Janganlah bersedih... Jika tanaman yang ditanam oleh kita dimakan oleh manusia, burung atau haiwan lain juga dikira sedekah. Setiap langkah kaki yang dihayunkan untuk bersolat juga adalah sedekah. 

MAHA SUCI ALLAH YANG MAHA PEMURAH. DIKURNIAKAN PAHALA KEPADA KITA ATAS SETIAP KEBAIKAN YANG KITA LAKUKAN. 

 

~ Vitamin Hatiku ~

Friday, 18 January 2013

FLY during THIRD trimester pregnancy. Is it safe?

Comment 1:
I am a flight attendant, and pregnant with my second baby. I can tell you that it is perfectly safe to fly (provided you are healthy, no complications etc) til the very end! The biggest risk is IF you happen to go into labour, you don't want to be either in the air, or in city where your doctor and family aren't there to support you. My doctor said I have to stop flying 6 weeks before my due date (34 weeks along) for that reason. Not because it's "bad" for the baby. Just be sure to drink lots of water and all will be fine!!
posted 6/17/2009 by a BabyCenter Member

Comment 2:
I'm 31 weeks pregnant and I'm flying tonight to Chicago. My doctor says it's okay, I've never had complications with my prenancy, but she gave me a note stating my due date because some airlines won't let pregnant women in their ninth month fly without a medical certificate. I think you should be okay if your doctor says so. She also gave me a copy of my records in case of emergency.
posted 12/20/2007 by preggychemist

Comment 3:
I'm 34 weeks with my first and have a scheduled trip for work at 36 1/2 weeks. I work in administration for an academic medical center and even though I would be on a direct private flight traveling with a physician who happens to be a high risk obstetrician, I am forgoing the trip. My doctor explained that the minor change in air pressure (since we live at a relatively low elevation) can cause my water to break, which would force me to deliver in a hospital far away (and in this case, a small hospital with limited neonatal capbilities) without my husband and family. Despite the low odds of it happening, it's not a chance I'm willing to take. It would be one thing if the travel caution was about my discomfort, but I'm not forcing my daughter to enter this world sooner than she's ready, and definitely not because of my job. I appreciated knowing the precise risk from my doctor rather than the vague caution in the pregnancy materials I'd researched.
posted 7/14/2008 by a BabyCenter Member


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