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Ini blog saya. Simple aje. Di blog ini, saya akan cuba berkongsi apa yang saya suka dan percaya, dengan anda.

Saya suka:
masak | beading | baking | deco makanan | gardening | interior design | breastfeeding | photography | reading | horoskop | keep in touch with friends | entertaining | tafsir mimpi | dan banyak lagi.

Saya percaya, kita perlu:
pandai cakap omputih| pandai bahasa malaysia | tahu banyak shortcuts untuk memudahkan hidup kita | belajar dan sedar bahawa mesti ada sebab Islam menyuruh itu dan ini | cuba korek rahsia-rahsia di sebalik ajaran Islam | dan banyak lagi.

InsyaAllah nanti, akan ada kawan-kawan blog ini, untuk bisness pulak - tempahan jahit manik dan penjualan madu. Cari link tentang tempahan jahit manik dan penjualan madu di sebelah kanan tu, ya..!

Terima kasih singgah. Kalau panjang umur, nanti datang lagi, ya!! Sayonara!!

Saturday, March 31, 2012

* Hotwheels, Fisher & Price and Barbie Mattel warehouse clearance

Hai.. just nak share pengalaman shopping di warehouse seperti tajuk di atas...

Saya tiba awal pagi - sebab takut ketinggalan.. so saya antara top ten (mula2 nombor 5 tapi lepas tu ada yang potong line :( ) but anyway, awal pagi, kira2 hampir pukul 9 orang dah mula berkumpul di Level 1, Lien Hoe building.  kena beratur, ada sign 'queue starts here'.  different doors for entrance n exit.  kalau nak dtg esok (sabtu - and last day of sale), datang awal.. kalau tak, u tinggal abuk aje lah..

Barbie tak banyak option sangat, dan tak banyak set pun.  The 2nd time saya masuk, org kata "Barbie dah habis.."  Really, it was really fast lah, mmg meja tu kosong2 aje.  mmg goreng pisang panas pun tak laku macam kat sini..!  Barbie price: 20 - 40 .. tapi di sini takde gambar.  Tak sempat snap..

anyway, ni saya share gambar2. 

3 set for RM 80.  Ni set2 kereta i think.  I din't buy sbb tak boleh nak menghargainye..
Dora talking backpack - RM 55.  ok la, utk peminat dora...
fisher price infant learn table.. tapi bilingual la pulak.. chinese n english.. takpe la.. boleh tambah languange kan.  RM 200
RM 5 each.  i think ok lah.. kalau byk duit boleh beli mcm2 kaler
ni gambar motor yang RM 5 di atas selepas keluar plastik.
Ok gambar di atas dan di bawah ialah gambar yang sama - RM 40 only.  i think very cheap... tak tau hrg asal brp.

RM 40.. so expensive for a doodle pad.. tapi boleh padam part mana kita nak padam - no need to padam all.
fisher price telephone RM 40 again.. ok la, my dotter n son can use .. dotter now, son later
RM 20. i think worth buy .. ni utk kawan yang pesan barang..
RM 15.. pun worth it.  brg fisher price ok lah...
RM 40 also. tersilap beli .. ada 2 set kereta & track tp i plan to keep both.  sayang lah...

ok, ni u-turn depan menara Lien Hoe.. lps u-turn terus masuk parking
beratur depan pintu nih...
this is how the queue looks like.  ni 2nd time i beratur.  first time i beratur line tu laju - it was after less than 1 hour i entered.  this line (2nd time) slow!!!!
These people dah siap pilih tapi tak beratur utk bayar pun.. diorang berdiri with their stuffs tgh jalan.  can u see any toy, i mean, free-for-you-to-take toys?  none, right?  soooo many people, and most toys dah abis pun..

the previous pic was on left of the queue, this one on right side.  ada sikit aje toys lagi.
this is how it looked like outside the 2nd time i was leaving.  It was almost 1 pm at this time.  these people sedagn beratur utk masuk.

Ok, dah habis... 
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Monday, May 31, 2010


Isnin 31hb Mei 2010

The Government of Malaysia is urged to condemn Israeli raid on the Lifeline4Gaza

humanitarian aid flotilla

Latest Development on the Lifeline4Gaza Flotilla

1. As have been widely publicised, the Lifeline4Gaza flotilla has come under attack by the

Israeli armed forces. Israeli aggressors have boarded the capital ship Mavi Marmara and open

fire resulting in 3 volunteers dead and more than 30 others seriously injured. Mavi Marmara

is one of the 7 strong flotilla enroute to Gaza to deliver the much awaited material aids to

the besieged people of Gaza. 

2. Twelve volunteers including media representatives from Malaysia is on board the capital

ship Mavi Marmara. Their participation is purely humanitarian in nature.

3. All the objectives and movement of the flotilla is in compliance with the UN Security

Council Resolution 1860 (2009) and all relevant maritime regulations. Resolution 1860 stated

among others:

a) Appeal for deliverance of humanitarian aid to Gaza including food, fuel and medical

b) Urge efforts to ease passage and other mechanisms for the unimpeded deliverance of aids.
c) Call for all nations to support such efforts at the international level to alleviate the

dire humanitarian and economic situation in Gaza
d) condemns acts of agression and attacks on civilians and all forms of acts of terrorism.

Every Malaysian participants in the flotilla are holding fast to the international

regulations and laws and vow to uphold the goodname of Malaysia and our national


4. The flotilla is laden with 10,000 tonnes of material aid. Over 540 volunteers are on

board Mavi Marmara, including Parliamentarians, academics, journalists, scholars, an infant

less than a year old and a senior citizen over 80 years old. No weapons were brought in this

flotilla even for self defense which testifies to the wholly humanitarian nature of the


5. Based on these facts it is very clear indeed that Israel has violated international laws.

Whatmore the raid took place in international waters and on an unarmed aid ship on a

humanitarian mission. Israeli rash action deserve a worldwide condemnation in the strongest

possible term.

6. We appeal to the Government of Malaysia under the premiership of YAB Dato' Seri Mohd

Najib Tun Razak and Datin Seri Paduka Rosmah Mansor in her capacity as patron for the

Palestinian Aid Donations Drive to issue a statement condemning Israel for the murderous

aggression on a peaceful flotilla whose objective is to deliver aid to the beseiged people

of Gaza.

7. We call for the UN to convene an emergency assembly to pass a strong resolution against

Israel and to summon Israeli leaders to the international court of justice for crime against


8. We call upon the Malaysians from all walks of life to express their utmost concern of the

grave situation and to be ready to respond to any need for action and calls for our support

in dealing with the incident.

9. We appeal to all political leaders, NGOs and the Malaysia people to join together in

coming to the aid of the volunteers. 

10. We also call upon every strata of the society to continue to supplicate and pray for the

success of this mission and the safety of the volunteers from further untoward incidence.

Zulkifli Mohd Nani
Crises Management Team for LL4G Malaysia

Gaza aid flotilla attacked, two killed

misi relief aid ke Gaza yang disertai 50 negara inc. 8 Malaysian volunteers. They were attacked earlier today in the international water by the Israeli forces. 2 were killed,

Israeli forces have attacked the international aid convoy Freedom Flotilla en route to the besieged Gaza Strip, killing at least two people and leaving more than 50 injured.

The attack came on Monday morning after one of the six ships in the convoy was hit by Israeli navy forces before being stormed by commandos descending from helicopters.

Israel had earlier deployed warships and threatened to stop the flotilla from reaching Gaza.

Israeli navy forces and helicopters have taken over the ships in the humanitarian aid convoy and are using force against those on board, a Press TV correspondent reported.

Israeli soldiers have also reportedly detained activists accompanying the convoy.

In Gaza, Palestine's democratically elected Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh strongly condemned the attack on the flotilla and called on the international community to protect the aid mission.

The convoy carries 10,000 tons of supplies and hundreds of politicians, activists and journalists.

The flotilla was seeking to break Israel's crippling blockade of Gaza and deliver basic necessities to the impoverished Palestinians in the coastal enclave.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Ten ways to build your child's self-esteem

by Sarah Henry
Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board

Nurturing your preschooler's self-esteem may seem like a hefty responsibility. After all, a feeling of self-worth lays the foundation for your preschooler's future as he sets out to try new things on his own. "Self-esteem comes from having a sense of belonging, believing that we're capable, and knowing our contributions are valued and worthwhile," says California family therapist Jane Nelsen, co-author of the Positive Discipline series.

"As any parent knows, self-esteem is a fleeting experience," says Nelsen. "Sometimes we feel good about ourselves and sometimes we don't. What we're really trying to teach our kids are life skills like resiliency." Your goal as a person is to ensure that your child develops pride and self-respect — in himself and in his cultural roots — as well as faith in his ability to handle life's challenges (for a preschooler that may mean copying capital letters accurately). Here are ten simple strategies to help boost your child's self-esteem:

Give unconditional love. A child's self-esteem flourishes with the kind of no-strings-attached devotion that says, "I love you, no matter who you are or what you do." Your child benefits the most when you accept him for who he is regardless of his strengths, difficulties, temperament, or abilities. So lavish him with love. Give him plenty of cuddles, kisses, and pats on the shoulder. And don't forget to tell him how much you love him. When you do have to correct your child, make it clear that it's his behavior — not him — that's unacceptable. For instance, instead of saying, "You're a naughty boy! Why can't you be good?" say, "Pushing Gabriel isn't nice. It can hurt. Please don't push."

Pay attention. Carve out time to give your preschooler your undivided attention. That does wonders for your child's self-worth because it sends the message that you think he's important and valuable. It doesn't have to take a lot of time; it just means taking a moment to stop flicking through the mail if he's trying to talk with you or turning off the TV long enough to answer a question. Make eye contact so it's clear that you're really listening to what he's saying. When you're strapped for time, let your child know it without ignoring his needs. Say, "Tell me all about the picture you drew, and then when you're finished, I'll need to make our dinner."

Teach limits. Establish a few reasonable rules for your preschooler. For instance, if you tell your child he has to eat his snack in the kitchen, don't let him wander around the family room with his crackers and fruit the next day. Or if you tell him to put his dirty clothes in the laundry basket, don't say it's okay to pile them on the floor. Knowing that certain family rules are set in stone will help him feel more secure. It may take constant repetition on your part, but he'll start to live by your expectations soon enough. Just be clear and consistent and show him that you trust him to do the right thing.

Support healthy risks. Encourage your child to explore something new, such as trying a different food, finding a best pal, or riding a bike. Though there's always the possibility of failure, without risk there's little opportunity for success. So let your child safely experiment, and resist the urge to intervene. For instance, try not to "rescue" him if he's showing mild frustration at figuring out a new toy. Even jumping in to say, "I'll do it" can foster dependence and diminish your child's confidence. You'll build his self-esteem by balancing your need to protect him with his need to tackle new tasks.

Let mistakes happen. The flip side, of course, of having choices and taking risks is that sometimes your child is bound to make mistakes. These are valuable lessons for your child's confidence. So if your child puts his plate too close to the edge of the table and it tips, encourage him to think about what he might do differently next time. That way his self-esteem won't sag and he'll understand that it's okay to make mistakes sometimes. When you goof up yourself, admit it, says Daniel Meier, assistant professor of elementary education at San Francisco State University. Acknowledging and recovering from your mistakes sends a powerful message to your child — it makes it easier for your child to accept his own shortcomings.

Celebrate the positive. Everyone responds well to encouragement, so make an effort to acknowledge the good things your child does every day within his earshot. For instance, tell his dad, "Joshua washed all the vegetables for dinner." He'll get to bask in the glow of your praise and his dad's heartening response. And be specific. Instead of saying "Good job," say, "Thank you for waiting so patiently in line." This will enhance his sense of accomplishment and self-worth and let him know exactly what he did right.

Listen well. If your child needs to talk, stop and listen to what he has to say. He needs to know that his thoughts, feelings, desires, and opinions matter. Help him get comfortable with his emotions by labeling them. Say, "I understand you're sad because you have to say bye to your school pals." By accepting his emotions without judgment, you validate his feelings and show that you value what he has to say. If you share your own feelings ("I'm excited about going to the zoo"), he'll gain confidence expressing his own.

Resist comparisons. Comments such as "Why can't you be more like your sister?" or "Why can't you be nice like Peter?" will just remind your child of where he struggles in a way that fosters shame, envy, and competition. Even positive comparisons, such as "You're the best player" are potentially damaging because a child can find it hard to live up to this image. If you let your child know you appreciate him for the unique individual he is, he'll be more likely to value himself too.

Offer empathy. If your child compares himself unfavorably to his siblings or peers ("Why can't I catch a ball like Sophia?"), show him empathy and then emphasize one of his strengths. For instance, say, "You're right. Sophia is good at catching. And you're good at painting pictures." This can help your child learn that we all have strengths and weaknesses, and that he doesn't have to be perfect to feel good about himself.

Provide encouragement. Every child needs the kind of support from loved ones that signals, "I believe in you. I see your effort. Keep going!" Encouragement means acknowledging progress — not just rewarding achievement. So if your preschooler is struggling to fasten his snaps, say, "You're trying very hard and you almost have it!" instead of "Not like that. Let me do it."

There's a difference between praise and encouragement. One rewards the task while the other rewards the person ("You did it!" rather than "I'm proud of you!"). Praise can make a child feel that he's only "good" if he does something perfectly. Encouragement, on the other hand, acknowledges the effort. "Tell me about your drawing. I see that you like purple" is more helpful than saying, "That's the most beautiful picture I've ever seen." Too much praise can sap self-esteem because it can create pressure to perform and set up a continual need for approval from others. So dole out the praise judiciously and offer encouragement liberally; it will your child grow up to feel good about himself.

The 90/10 Principle

Author: Stephen Covey

Discover the 90/10 Principle
It will change your life (or at least, the way you react to situations) 
What is this Principle?
10% of life is made up
of what happens to you.
…90% of life is decided by
how you react…
What does this mean?

We really have NO control
over 10% of what happens to us.
We cannot stop the car from breaking down.
The plane will be late arriving, which throws our whole schedule off.
A driver may cut us off in the traffic.

We have NO control over this 10%.
The other 90% is different.
You determine the other 90%.

How?... By your reaction.
You cannot control a red light.
However, you can control your reaction.

Do not let people fool you.
YOU can control how you react.

Let us use an example…
You are having breakfast with your family.
Your daughter knocks over a cup of coffee
Onto your business shirt.

You have no control over what has just happened.
What happens next will be determined by how you react

You curse.
You harshly scold your daughter for knocking the cup over.
She breaks down in tears.

After scolding her, you turn to your wife
and you criticize her for placing the cup
too close to the edge of the table.
A short verbal battle follows.

You storm upstairs and change your shirt.
Back downstairs, you find your daughter has been too busy crying to finish her breakfast and getting ready to go to school.
She misses the bus.

Your spouse must leave immediately for work.
You rush to the car and drive your daughter to school.

Because you are late, you drive 40 miles per hour in a 30 mph speed limit zone.

After a 15-minute delay and throwing $60.00 traffic fine away, you arrive at school.
Your daughter runs into the building without saying goodbye.

After arriving at the office 20 minute late, you realize you forgot your briefcase.

Your day has started terrible. As it continues, it seems to get worse and worse.
You look forward to coming home.

When you arrive home, you find a small wedge in your relationship with your wife and daughter.

Because of how you reacted in the morning.

Why did you have a bad day?

A) Did the coffee cause it?
B) Did your daughter cause it?
C) Did the policeman cause it?
D) Did you cause it?

The answer is “D”

You had no control over what happened with the coffee.

How you reacted in those 5 seconds is what caused your bad day.

Here is what could have and should have happened.

Coffe splashes over you.
Your daughter is about to cry.

You gently say:
“It’s okay, honey, you just need to be more careful next time.”

Grabbing a towel you go upstairs and change your shirt. You grab your briefcase, and you come back down in time to look through
the window and see your child getting on the bus.
She turns and waves. You arrive 5 minutes early a cheerfully greet the staff.
Notice the difference?
Two different scenarios.
Both started the same.
Both ended different.
Because of how you reacted.

You really have no control over 10% of what happens in your life.
The other 90% was determined by your reaction.

Here are some ways to apply the 90/10 Principle.

If someone says something negative about you, do not be a sponge.
Let the attack roll off like water on glass.
You do not have to let the negative comments affect you.

React properly and it will not ruin your day.
A wrong reaction could result in losing a friend, being fired, or getting stressed out.

How do you react if someone cuts you off in the traffic?

Do you lose your temper?
Pound on the steering wheel? (a friend of mine had the steering wheel fall off),
Do you curse? Does your blood pressure skyrocket?
Who cares if you arrive 10 seconds later at work?
Why let the cars ruin your drive?

Remember the 90/10 Principle
and don’t worry about it.

You are told you lost your job.
Why lose sleep and get irritated?
It will work out.

Use your worrying energy and time to find a new job.

The plane is late. It is going to mangle your schedule for the day.

Why take out your frustration on the flight attendant?
She has no control over what is going on.

Use your time to study, get to know the other passenger, why stress out?
It will just make things worse.

Now you know the 90/10 Principle.
Apply it and you will be amazed at the results.
You will lose nothing if you try it.

The 90/10 Principle is incredible.
Very few know and apply this Principle.

The result?

You will see it by yourself!

Millions of people are suffering from undeserved stress, trials, problems and headaches.

We all must understand and apply the 90/10 Principle.
It can change your life!

…Enjoy it...

It only takes willpower to give ourselves permission to make the experience.

Absolutely everything we do, give, say, or even think, it’s like a Boomerang. It will come back to us...

If we want to receive, we need to learn to give first... Maybe we will end with our hands empty,
but our heart will be filled with love...

And those who love life, have that feeling marked in their hearts …

Bertahan atau berundur?

Melalui emel:

Konflik rumahtangga berterusan iaitu kecurangan pasangan
Di sini persoalannya mahu bertahan atau berundur?

Apabila berlaku konflik ini tentu sekali kewajipan
Terhadap isteri dan anak diabaikan.Perbelanj aan
Rumah tangga si isteri yang tanggung malahan
si isteri juga menanggung si suami termasuklah
Perbelanjaan si suami dengan teman wanitanya
Kerana pendapatan suami tidak mencukupi.
Si isteri betul-betul tertekan tetapi cubalah
Pertahan rumahtangga yang dibina dan jangan

Cuba usahakan tip pengerat cinta suami isteri ini.
Diambil dari laman :www.wanita2u. com

Mulakan dari sekarang :Mungkin pasangan akan rasa pelik
Atau janggal tetapi usaha yang baik jika tidak dimulai
Tentu rugi malah jika dilakukan berbaloi

*Cium tangan suami dan dahi isteri setiap kali sebelum
Berpisah ketempat kerja masing-masing.

*Jika berpisah lebih dari sehari seperti tugasan luar daerah,
Tambah rutin harian tadi dengan pelukan dan ciuman dibibir.

*Walau sesibuk mana sekalipun ,luangkan masa menelefon pasangan
Sekurang-kurangnya sekali walau sekadar untuk bertanya apa yang

*Sentiasa ucapkan kata-kata sayang seperti I Love You sepenuh hati
Sebelum keluar kemana-mana, menamatkan perbualan ditelefon dan
Sebelum tidur.

*Sentiasa mencari peluang untuk makan tengah hari bersama kerana
Pastinya ia tiada gangguan anak-anak jika pada hari bekerja.

*Amalkan bertanya apa yang berlaku sepanjang hari selepas pulang
Dari kerja sebagai tanda ambil berat dan memberi peluang pasangan
Meluahkan perasaan.

*Luangkan masa untuk berbual tentang apa saja dari isu rumahtangga
Hinggalah politik semasa sebelum tidur

*Mudah berbaik jika berlaku sebarang pertelingkahan, jangan biar berlarutan
Walau untuk satu jam sekalipun apatah berhari-hari.

*Teman Pasangan semasa menonton rangcangan kegemaran mereka walau sambil
Membaca akhbar misalnya,kerana apa yang penting ialah berada disisi

*Jangan sesekali berpisah tempat tidur walau anak sudah berderet atau
Usia sudah meningkat kerana ia adalah salah satu amalan penting untuk
Mengeratkan kasih sayang.

*Amalkan solat berjemaah semasa dirumah,berdoa bersama serta bersalam-
Salaman selepas solat.

*Biasakan bergilir gelas atau pinggan semasa makan serta tidak segan
Atau geli untuk menghabiskan makanan atau minuman isteri atau suami.

*Sesekali,buatlah kejutan seperti membeli hadiah atau kad untuk
Peristiwa tertentu,memakai pakaian dalam yang seksi atau apa saja
Yang anda tahu pasangan pasti menyukai.

*Senda gurau dalam rumahtangga amat penting,ceritalah sesuatu yang
Kelakar,teka- teki atau apa sahaja yang membolehkan anda ketawa

Tawan hati pasangan semula,perbaiki diri kita,
Jika segala usaha daya telah dilakukan ,berdoa
Dan bertawakal.. .Tentu Masih Ada Kasih Sayang Bertaut.

Pincangnya satu-satu hubungan pasangan ialah kemesraan yang amat
kurang dan terlalu memendam perasaan .Apabila hal demikian mengambil
tempat,renungkan ...'dan berbuat baiklah,kerana sesungguhnya
ALLAH menyukai (mencintai) orang yang berbuat baik.'

Salah satu kaedah berbuat baik ialah saling memahami
dan komukasi hati ke hati.



"Dan Dialah yang membiarkan dua laut mengalir (berdampingan) ; yang ini tawar lagi segar dan yang lain masin lagi pahit; dan Dia jadikan antara keduanya dinding dan batas yang menghalangi." (Q.S Al Furqan:53)

Jika Anda termasuk orang yang gemar menonton rancangan TV `Discovery' pasti kenal Mr. Jacques Yves Costeau, ia seorang ahli oceanografer dan ahli selam terkemuka dari Perancis. Orang tua yang berambut putih ini sepanjang hidupnya menyelam ke perbagai dasar samudera di seantero dunia dan membuat filem dokumentari tentang keindahan alam dasar laut untuk ditonton di seluruh dunia.

Pada suatu hari ketika sedang melakukan eksplorasi di bawah laut, tiba-tiba ia menemui beberapa kumpulan mata air tawar-segar yang sangat sedap rasanya kerana tidak bercampur/tidak melebur dengan air laut yang masin di sekelilingnya, seolah-olah ada dinding atau membran yang membatasi keduanya.

Fenomena ganjil itu memeningkan Mr. Costeau dan mendorongnya untuk mencari penyebab terpisahnya air tawar dari air masin di tengah-tengah lautan. Ia mulai berfikir, jangan-jangan itu hanya halusinansi atau khalayan sewaktu menyelam. Waktu pun terus berlalu setelah kejadian tersebut, namun ia tak kunjung mendapatkan jawapan yang memuaskan tentang fenomena ganjil tersebut.

Sampai pada suatu hari ia bertemu dengan seorang profesor muslim, kemudian ia pun menceritakan fenomena ganjil itu. Profesor itu teringat pada ayat Al Quran tentang bertemunya dua lautan ( surat Ar-Rahman ayat 19-20) yang sering diidentikkan dengan Terusan Suez . Ayat itu berbunyi "Marajal bahraini yaltaqiyaan, bainahumaa barzakhun laa yabghiyaan.. ."Artinya: "Dia biarkan dua lautan bertemu, di antara keduanya ada batas yang tidak boleh ditembus." Kemudian dibacakan surat Al Furqan ayat 53 di atas.

Selain itu, dalam beberapa kitab tafsir, ayat tentang bertemunya dua lautan tapi tak bercampur airnya diertikan sebagai lokasi muara sungai, di mana terjadi pertemuan antara air tawar dari sungai dan air masin dari laut. Namun tafsir itu tidak menjelaskan ayat berikutnya dari surat Ar-Rahman ayat 22 yang berbunyi "Yakhruju minhuma lu'lu`u wal marjaan" ertinya "Keluar dari keduanya mutiara dan marjan." Padahal di muara sungai tidak
ditemukan mutiara.

Terpesonalah Mr. Costeau mendengar ayat-ayat Al Qur'an itu, melebihi kekagumannya melihat keajaiban pemandangan yang pernah dilihatnya di lautan yang dalam. Al Qur'an ini mustahil disusun oleh Muhammad yang hidup di abad ke tujuh, suatu zaman saat belum ada peralatan selam yang canggih untuk mencapai lokasi yang jauh terpencil di kedalaman samudera. Benar-benar suatu mukjizat, berita tentang fenomena ganjil 14 abad yang silam akhirnya terbukti pada abad 20. Mr. Costeau pun berkata bahawa Al Qur'an memang sesungguhnya kitab suci yang berisi firman Allah, yang seluruh kandungannyamutlak benar. Dengan seketika dia pun memeluk Islam.

Allahu Akbar...! Mr. Costeau mendapat hidayah melalui fenomena teknologi kelautan. Maha Benar Allah yang Maha Agung. Shadaqallahu Al `Azhim.Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda: "Sesungguhnya hati manusia akan berkarat sebagaimana besi yang dikaratkan oleh air." Bila seorang bertanya, "Apakah caranya untuk menjadikan hati-hati ini bersih kembali?" Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda, "Selalulah ingat mati dan membaca Al Quran."

Jika anda seorang penyelam, maka anda harus mengunjungi  
Cenote Angelita, Mexico. Disana ada sebuah gua. Jika anda menyelam sampai kedalaman 30 meter, airnya air segar (tawar), namun jika anda menyelam sampai kedalaman lebih dari 60 meter, airnya menjadi air masin, lalu anda dapat melihat sebuah "sungai" di dasarnya, lengkap dengan pohon dan daun daunan.

Setengah pengkaji mengatakan, itu bukanlah sungai biasa, itu adalah lapisan hidrogen sulfida, nampak seperti sungai... luar biasa bukan? Lihatlah betapa hebatnya ciptaan Allah SWT.