This holy month has opened my eyes to a lot of things.
Personally I learned a lot. Muslim international students gave me a wake-up call and made me realize that we are too lucky to be born as a Malaysian Muslim. Not everybody has the pleasure to wake up to the azan during Subuh, to practice Islam freely. We walk in the streets without fear, without being judged just because there is cloth covering our heads. However, to some extent I must agree when my Muslim friend from China said that Malaysians hold on to Islam, but they don't open up to others. In other words, we do not do enough da'wah. Maybe she is exposed to only a certain part of the society, but in a way it is true.
She did mention that we are also practicing tradition, and not Islam itself.
So, let's look in the mirror and reflect on who we really are, things we have and have not done, shall we?
This Ramadhan, the Cambridge International Examination AS and A Level results came out. Alhamdulillah alhamdulillah alhamdulillah, Allah has made it an easy path for me to tread on. Well, the whole period of AS from May - June 2012 was traumatizing. I don't know how to go through A2 next year. All I can do is be prepared for the worst scenario and weird types of questions. Congratulations to fellow AL711 and my seniors AL510 for doing so well :) .
InsyaAllah we will be seeing you guys soon in the UK. We're getting there! InsyaAllah.