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hey :) the name is amalina but im cool with mali.
or whatever nice.
im pretty laid-back.
im never serious.
haha well yea so get annoyed.
im a kid at heart, maybe a hippie too.
talk to me.
get to know me.
only then you can judge me.
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Feb 22, 2011

yesterday, i came across a sensational (by now) article by adrian goldberg of bbc news. i thought his piece is nothing more than a make-up yellow journalism but reading through, i thought,
just wow.
what's happening to the world today? moreover, what is up with muslims today? :(
*take this as an acknowledgement, not criticism- i am, too, in need of reminder(s) all the time*
do we, muslims, really grasp the most basal layer of this very religion? are we living in islam, iman, and ihsan?

we're living in the world where tolerance comes with a price.
the very justification of this issue is outrageous.
for those of you who had a read on the article should be clarified that the holy quran never justifies such practice. in fact, the whole point of having matrimonial contract or 'nikah' has bigger value than to please one's desire to be with another.
we are created from the time where adam and eve were joined in matrimonial event to breed into this pool of 'human nation' which in turn continues to afford a life for their next generation.
how does the practice of homosexual marriages fit into this purpose?
are we that selfish of a human being that our own desires and so called 'rights' come before those that we indebted our life to?
and yes, living in the post modernist world may allow you to parade and voice out your opinion within 'your' defined context.

dont accuse me of being a discriminant or a (insert your context of view)-phobist just because i have the need to voice my mind out too.
perhaps, im old fashioned but my teachings had taught me well that to choose a faith is optional but to go against a clear-cut principle within the chosen faith has its consequences.
may we all be under HIS guidance and may HE only be the judge in everything uncertain (wallahua'lam)

goldberg wrote,
"British gay Muslims are joining the global fight for equality and seeking gay Islamic marriage. The BBC's 5 live Investigates speaks to one couple about their 'nikah' - a Muslim matrimonial contract - and asks how they balance their sexuality with the Islamic faith."

and the rest of the article can be read here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12486003

just today, in the star, an extremely shocking (more like a rude awakening!) news was in. i just hope that the other fellow muslims would be as furious as i am. do read. and think, about the relevance and significance. and how such implementation is misaligned with the quran and sunnah, and the shariah itself. please read up,

when compulsory obligations become optional,
in the name of the so-called justified equality.
wake up.


Feb 19, 2011
pergi deting

bruno mars in concert woohoo!

bruno mars &lt;3
bruno mars <3 by amalina22 featuring a biker jacket

live en malasiaaaaaaa

Feb 17, 2011
talking to the moon

the one and only
always there.


Feb 10, 2011
if i were dead,

1. please make sure that i really am dead. who knows i was just in a coma state that i woke up after 3days in the grave.

3. and if i was really pronounced dead, please hold my funeral and do the burial a.s.a.p.

2. please spare me your prayer(s). even the shortest ones.

3. ive got nothing to give you in return of your prayer(s) but you guys can have my purses and shoes (on a special note, the chanel will go to my mom).

4. dont cry for me (a river). im sure i cant bear more torments in the barzakh.

with this very post, i would like to apologize for every little and big things that i might have done, written, and said. hopefully,
may all of us will die in imaan and islaam.

"we never know how our life will turn out to be but we share the same ending, the same finale. which is death."


Feb 6, 2011
because my heart is both drunk and a kid

what i am today is different from what i was 5 years ago. heck, even who i was last week is different from who i am right now.
the power of learning is just beautiful. knowledge, in theory, is information that we acquire through our senses. in practical, of course, is experience.
why am i babbling about this past-future thing?
today i did something brave. well, an unplanned one, too.
i was cleaning out my book closet (yes, i have a closet full of books) and i found an old notebook which i used for anatomy204 back in tufts. flipping through the pages of my drawings of the brain, bones, and boobies, i came across a letter that i never remember writing. it is a six-page love letter haha to someone that i loved and cared- which was already my ex at that time.
i realize how i have grown mentally (and physically T_T). that letter is dated back in 2007.
in that letter, i wrote as if i was talking to him. as if he was right in front of me. even when i read the worst part of the letter, i couldnt help but laughed. oh, boy. how unknowing was i back then. how i was a big dreamer that had one foot in reality while the other one in the fantasy lane. how i hoped and trusted so very much. how i was happy and carefree.
well, 5 years is a long time.
reading back the letter has made me realize that i am blessed with experiences. theyre not always pleasant ones but the most important thing is that ive learnt.
even just now, i read back all the things that i posted here in my blog, its funny that most of them are about love, dreams, and hopes. guess what, i never changed.
5years ago, i yearned for the very same things. but only in a different way.
now, 5years later, i still want love, i still dream the impossible dreams, and i never stop hoping for so many things to happen.
real love, true happiness- these are the things that i very much want in this world.
perhaps, that is why i am constant about all these.
those are my hope and dream.
cheers to,
change and transition-
that rule us all.