Thursday, March 6, 2008

King Lawi and Ferry


Sebenarnya aku pernah menulis blog sebelum ini. Di;

tetapi memandangkan friendster cukup leceh, maka aku berpindah ke blogspot. Sekarang dalam proses transfer selected articles yang pernah aku tulis. So, enjoy!

The envious atmosphere in sudden aroused. The arise of it obviously due to the spirit and enthusiasm shown by my comrades here. They started to write and keep updating their blog pages with all the experiences they had undergone before. Whilst, I was like a deaf and a blind person, sorting each and every inch of their words and started to question my self, ‘ It had been ages rite I didn’t write something on my blog page !’ OMG, it was bloody frustrating, from the blog’s perspective (I did consider my blog as my lover sweetheart). Well, there is no such specific reason or excuse that may make someone think, I’m (the blog is nagging) not going to be as vindictive as Zaim, since he had….bla..bla.. And the list is continuously growing; scrutinize every single excuse that may exist at the first place. For brevity, I would like to conclude, I live in a world full with anticipated prolonged uncertainties ( Meor will hate this so much ! ). Sounds better right to make everything shorten?! Haha ! Well, as the time goes by, I would like to tell you a story. First and foremost, I would like to give complaisant praise to Mr Azam as my Naqib for telling all of the jemaah a piquant story. Briefly, it goes like this.

Once upon a time, in a prosperous land, there was a king named Lawi (I write this by spilling the beans, ok! J Please don’t feel offended), named after Lapan Wira. He had a companion named Ferry, named after Ferdaus Rimau as he was born adjacent to the tiger. During that time, he was a peasant. In short, both of them had a harmonious relationship, which does not exist in the most of the community in the recent years, the congruous bond between the supreme directions directly with the ‘marhaen’ people. Stop exaggerating! Let’s move on to the actual story. Both of them had flourished their relationships so much until eventually the King Lawi had appointed his companion, Ferry as his adviser in ruling the country. Then, one day, when the sun was peeping through ever-shifting clouds, both of them went for hunting. When they reached in the middle of the jungle, King Lawi saw something moving. At his thought, it was his prey, any animal that may across your mind for the time being except wild boar as this king is a Muslim ( Apekah?! ) Ok ! Ok ! At the same time, Ferry also did see the shadow of ‘something’. Abruptly, he suddenly screamed loudly. Due to this, unexpectedly, the gun shot King Lawi’s hand. Consequently, his hand had been mutilated badly. Without taking any consideration towards what was actually happening, Ferry was kept in the prison as King Lawi blamed him to the incident. It had been a long time, King Lawi didn’t go for hunting until one day, he decided to go for hunting once again. This time, obviously he didn’t take along Ferry. In fact, he went with other people. Unfortunately, as they went deep into the jungle, they were captured by a group of Cannibals. For sure, the Cannibals wanted to eat them. Despite the fact that the Cannibals desperately wanted to eat them, they still want to have a perfect meal. They didn’t take insalubrious meat as their meal. They wanted a perfect human physically. Thank to Allah, as King Lawi was a handicapped person as his hand was maimed during the previous unintentional shot; he was released by the Cannibals.Then, King Lawi went back to his country and released Ferry and now he realized one thing; every single event occurs, either bad or good; there must be some intrinsic hikmah concealed behind.

Al Quran once said;

"Our Lord! Condemn us not if we forget or fall into error; our Lord! Lay not on us a burden Like that which Thou didst lay on those before us; Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear. Blot out our sins, and grant us forgiveness. Have mercy on us. Thou art our Protector; Help us against those who stand against faith."

Al-Baqarah ; 286

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