Thursday, 30 June 2011

maRtiaL aRts

Martial arts to protect students in Malaysia
·                                                                                           Karate
·                                                                                              Silat
·                                                                                         Silambam
·                                                                                           Kung-fu
·                                                                                        Taekwondo
·                                                                                                Judu
Students need to learn martial arts to protect themselves. with the martial arts is to get rid of their unwanted occurs. especially on women because women are the most vulnerable people with everything that happened. martial arts can be learned at school or any institution or ipta in every state. martial arts is very important for us to learn because it is very useful in the future if there is an emergency that happened to us. conclusion of martial arts is very important for all students regardless of lapiasan or outsiders for this martial arts is very important for our personal safety.

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Ella EncHaNted !!!!

Characters in the movie
*      Ella
*      Prince Charmont
*      Arieda (Ella friend)
*      Sir Peter (father)
*      Lucinda (Fairy)
*      Dame Olga (stepmother)
*      Hattie (stepsister)
*      Olive (stepsister)
*      Mandy
What I think the characters in the movie
Ella bewitched since childhood by Lucinda (fairy). Since then, Ella will obey commands when he heard that commands him. Ella will be in accordance with the instructions without volunteers. Ella cared for and educated by his father after the death of a beloved mother. his father was married to Dame Olga and Ella had two half sister who always bully. Areda is good friends with Ella is always difficult and easy.
Ella is a girl who bewitched. magic hits the Ella needs to be removed with Prince Charmont. Ella lives with her ​​magic on the second led to his half sister took the opportunity to do something bad. Ella has decided to throw his magic when the two half brother and my mother's stepmother told Ella away from her best friend. Will Ella be able to remove magic is in itself and whether Ella could marry Prince Charmont?
Ella can remove his magic when he attempted to remove and face many obstacles that happening to him. Ella also married to Prince Charmont and Ella can live like normal people. Ella can live happily with the Prince Charmont. Ella also re friends with her ​​best friend who all his life only with her ​​best friend. Ella lived happily without interruption step mother and step sister.

Sunday, 19 June 2011

kn0wiNg ab0ut celebRati0ns

Fasching (
Fasching,  the Roman Catholic Shrovetide carnival as celebrated in German-speaking countries. There are many regional differences concerning the name, duration, and activities of the carnival. It is known as Fasching in Bavaria and Austria, Fosnat in Franconia, Fasnet in Swabia, Fastnacht in Mainz and its environs, and Karneval in Cologne and the Rhineland. The beginning of the pre-Lenten season generally is considered to be Epiphany (January 6), but in Cologne, where the festivities are the most elaborate, the official beginning is marked on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the year. Merrymaking may get underway on the Thursday before Lent, but the truly rambunctious revelry associated with Fasching usually reaches its high point during the three days preceding Ash Wednesday, culminating on Shrove Tuesday. The names of these final days also vary regionally.
Although the exact historical origins of Fasching are unclear, the observance of its rites is mentioned in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival (early 13th century). It was a festival that originated in the cities—most notably Mainz and Speyer—and was already established in Cologne by 1234. Traditionally, it was not only a feast before Lent but also a time during which the rules and order of daily life were subverted. This gave rise to such customs as handing over the keys of the city to a council of fools or ceremoniously letting women rule. It also inspired noisy costumed parades and masked balls; satirical and often impertinent plays, speeches, and newspaper columns; and generally excessive behaviour—all of which are still common elements of contemporary Fasching celebrations. After the Reformation, Protestant areas of Europe took exception to such Roman Catholic excesses, and carnival practices began to die out in them.

Mardi gras (
The terms "Mardi Gras" "Mardi Gras season", and "Carnival season" in English, refer to events of the Carnival celebrations, beginning on or after Epiphany and culminating on the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday" (in ethnic English tradition, Shrove Tuesday), referring to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season, which begins on Ash Wednesday. Related popular practices are associated with celebrations before the fasting and religious obligations associated with the penitential season of Lent. Popular practices include wearing masks and costumes, overturning social conventions, dancing, sports competitions, parades, etc. Similar expressions to Mardi Gras appear in other European languages sharing the Christian tradition. In English, the day is called Shrove Tuesday, associated with the religious requirement for confession before Lent begins.
In many areas, the term "Mardi Gras" has come to mean the whole period of activity related to the celebratory events, beyond just the single day. In some US cities, it is now called "Mardi Gras Day" or "Fat Tuesday".The festival season varies from city to city, as some traditions consider Mardi Gras the entire period between Epiphany or Twelfth Night and Ash Wednesday. Others treat the final three-day period before Ash Wednesday as the Mardi Gras. In Mobile, Alabama, Mardi Gras-associated social events begin in November, followed by mystic society balls on Thanksgivingthen New Year's Eve, followed by parades and balls in January and February, celebrating up to midnight before Ash Wednesday. In earlier times parades were held on New Year's Day. Other cities famous for Mardi Gras celebrations include Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Barranquilla, Colombia, Sydney, Australia, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Quebec City, Canada; Mazatlán, Sinaloa in Mexico; and New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.
Carnival is an important celebration in Catholic European nations. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the week before Ash Wednesday is called "shrovetide", ending on Shrove Tuesday. It has its popular celebratory aspects as well. Pancakes are a traditional food. Pancakes and related fried breads or pastries made with sugar, fat and eggs are also traditionally consumed at this time in many parts of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Obon (
Obon is one of the most important Japanese traditions. People believe that their ancestors' spirits come back to their homes to be reunited with their family during Obon and pray for the spirits. For the reason, Obon is an important family gathering time, and many people return to their hometowns.
Obon was originally celebrated around the 15th day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar. Obon periods are nowadays different in various regions of Japan. In most regions, Obon is celebrated around August 15th, and it typically begins 13th and ends 16th of August. In some areas in Tokyo, Obon is celebrated around July 15th, and it is still celebrated on the 15th day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar in many areas in Okinawa.
Japanese people clean their houses and place a variety of food offerings such as vegetables and fruits to the spirits of ancestors in front of a butsudan (Buddhist altar). Chochin lanterns and arrangements of flower are usually placed by the butsudan.
On the first day of Obon, chochin lanterns are lit inside houses, and people go to their family's grave to call their ancestors' spirits back home. It's called mukae-bon. In some regions, fires called mukae-bi are lit at the entrances of houses to guide the spirits. On the last day, people bring the ancestor's spirits back to the grave, hanging chochin painted with the family crest to guide the spirits. It's called okuri-bon. In some regions, fires called okuri-bi are lit at entrances of houses to send the ancestors' spirits. During Obon, the smell of senko (Japanese incense sticks) fills Japanese houses and cemeteries.
Toro Nagashi (floating lanterns) is a tradition often observed during Obon. People send off their ancestors' spirits with the lanterns, lit by a candle inside and floated down a river to the ocean. Also, Bon Odori (folk dance) is widely practiced on Obon nights. Styles of dance vary from area to area, but usually Japanese taiko drums keep the rhythms. People go to their neighborhood Bon Odori held at parks, gardens, shrines, or temples, wearing yukata (summer kimono) and dance around a yagura stage. Anyone can participate in Bon Odori, so join the circle and imitate what others are doing.
Top Obon Events in Japan
Obon is not a Japanese national holiday, but many people take vacations during this time so that they can visit their hometowns. Especially, mid August is the peak travel season like Golden Week in Japan. Airports, train stations, and highways are jammed with travelers.

Inti raymi (
The Inti Raymi ("Festival of the Sun") was a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in honor of the god Inti, one of the most venerated gods in Inca religion. According to chronicler Garcilaso de la Vega, Sapa Inca Pachacuti created the Inti Raymi to celebrate the winter solstice and a new year in the Andes of the Southern Hemisphere. Since 1944, a theatrical representation of the Inti Raymi has been taking place at Sacsayhuamán (two km. from Cusco) on June 24 of each year, attracting thousands of tourists and local visitors.
During the Inca Empire, the Inti Raymi was the most important of four ceremonies celebrated in Cusco, as related by Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. The celebration took place in the Haukaypata or the main plaza in the city. The ceremony was also said to indicate the mythical origin of the Incas, lasting nine days of colorful dances and processions, as well as animal sacrifices to ensure a good cropping season. The last Inti Raymi with the Inca Emperor's presence was carried out in 1535, after which the Spanish conquest and the Catholic Church suppressed it. Some natives participated in similar ceremonies in the years after, but it was completely prohibited in 1572 by the Viceroy Francisco de Toledo, who claimed it was a pagan ceremony opposed to the Catholic faith.
In 1944, a historical reconstruction of the Inti Raymi was directed by Faustino Espinoza Navarro and indigenous actors. The first reconstruction was largely based on the chronicles of Garcilaso de la Vega and only referred to the religious ceremony.

Songkran (
The Songkran festival (Thai: from Sanskrit saṃkrānti, "astrological passage") is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year's Day from 13 to 15 April. It coincides with the New Year of many calendars of South and Southeast Asia.
The date of the festival was originally set by astrological calculation, but it is now fixed. If these days fall on a weekend, the missed days off are taken on the weekdays immediately following. If they fall in the middle of the week, many Thai take off from the previous Friday until the following Monday. Songkran falls in the hottest time of the year in Thailand, at the end of the dry season. Until 1888 the Thai New Year was the beginning of the year in Thailand; thereafter 1 April was used until 1940. 1 January is now the beginning of the year. The traditional Thai New Year has been a national holiday since then.
Songkran has traditionally been celebrated as the New Year for many centuries, and is believed to have been adapted from an Indian festival. It is now observed nationwide, even in the far south. However, the most famous Songkran celebrations are still in the northern city of Chiang Mai, where it continues for six days and even longer. It has also become a party for foreigners and an additional reason for many to visit Thailand for immersion in another culture.

Friday, 10 June 2011

My fav0riTe f0od

500 grams of yellow noodles (actually come to taste)
10 stalks dried chillies (can be added if you want more spicy)
5 cloves garlic nipples
5 shallots
2 large garlic cloves
50 grams of dried shrimps (soaked and pounded finely)
100 grams prawns
200 grams of beef bones (boiled, the broth was also used as a sauce)
 100 grams of cabbage (cut into about 1 inch)salt and sugar to taste oil for frying

Grind dried chillies, garlic and dried prawns until smooth.
Saute the ground ingredients just until fragrant.
Put the beef bones and broth. Birakan to a boil.
Then add spinach and shrimp last.
Add sugar and salt to taste.
Can be added to the egg to each serving platter.


Numerology is any of many systems, traditions or beliefs in a mystical or esoteric relationship between numbers and physical objects or living things.
Numerology and numerological divination by systems such as isopsephy were popular among early mathematicians, such as Pythagoras, but are no longer considered part of mathematics and are regarded as pseudomathematics by modern scientists. This is similar to the historical relationships between astrology and astronomy, and between alchemy and chemistry.
Today, numerology is often associated with the paranormal, alongside astrology and similar divinatory arts.
The term can also be used for those who place excess faith in numerical patterns, even if those people don't practice traditional numerology. For example, in his 1997 book Numerology: Or What Pythagoras Wrought, mathematician Underwood Dudley uses the term to discuss practitioners of the Elliott wave principle of stock market analysis.
Modern numerology often contains aspects of a variety of ancient cultures and teachers, including Babylonia, Pythagoras and his followers (Greece, 6th century B.C.), astrological philosophy from Hellenistic Alexandria, early Christian mysticism, early Gnostics, the Hebrew system of the Kabbalah, The Indian Vedas, the Chinese "Circle of the Dead", Egyptian "Book of the Masters of the Secret House" (Ritual of the Dead).
Pythagoras and other philosophers of the time believed that because mathematical concepts were more "practical" (easier to regulate and classify) than physical ones, they had greater actuality.
"Numerology" in science
Scientific theories are sometimes labeled "numerology" if their primary inspiration appears to be a set of patterns rather than scientific observations. This colloquial use of the term is quite common within the scientific community and it is mostly used to dismiss a theory as questionable science.
The best known example of "numerology" in science involves the coincidental resemblance of certain large numbers that intrigued such eminent men as mathematical physicist Paul Dirac, mathematician Hermann Weyl and astronomer Arthur Stanley Eddington. These numerical co-incidences refer to such quantities as the ratio of the age of the universe to the atomic unit of time, the number of electrons in the universe, and the difference in strengths between gravity and the electric force for the electron and proton. ("Is the Universe Fine Tuned for Us?",
The discovery of atomic triads (dealing with elements primarily in the same group or column of the periodic table) was considered to be a form of numerology, and yet ultimately led to the construction of the periodic table. Here the atomic weight of the lightest element and the heaviest are summed, and averaged, and the average is found to be very close to that of the intermediate weight element. This didn't work with every triplet in the same group, but worked often enough to allow later workers to create generalizations.
Large number co-incidences continue to fascinate many mathematical physicists. For instance, James G. Gilson has constructed a "Quantum Theory of Gravity" based loosely on Dirac's large number hypothesis
Wolfgang Pauli was also fascinated by the appearance of certain numbers, including 137, in physics.

Friday, 3 June 2011


10 PRACTICE OF OFF (CONTRARY TO ISLAM)Sometimes we find that the practice of reverse or opposite of what should be done & claimed by Islam.Maybe we are not aware or cultural vogue in the lives of others. For that ... Let -2 We begin repair OFF THE PRACTICE EXAMPLE:

 1.  Practice safe / feast a few nights after his brother / family / neighbors we pass (the first night, second, third, seventh and so on) is inverted with Rasulullah organized by SAW: Rasulullah which organized the neighbors to cook food and drinks to the bereaved families to alleviate difficulties they are sad. But what happened?, Grief stricken family have had to provide food & buy all things come to those who read Tahlil / DOA & lessons. Do they attend & food eaten is not worried orphan left by the death or inheritance is dead is not distributed to the right according to Islam?
 2.  If you come to the reception / wedding party / Circumcision often contain gifts / money when shaking hands. If you do not have money so we hesitated to go. But if you come to the place of the dead, we are not ashamed to shake hands with no content / money. When we should come to the place of the passed away We should give charity. In fact, if the reception / wedding party / circumcision, not memberipun not any. Because the host invited for the blessing of the bride & not to increase revenue.
3.  When it comes to a building / luxury homes, or attending meetings with officials, dressed in a nice, neat & beautiful, but when facing God either at home or the mosque, the clothes are the clothes worn pickup. Is not this an act of reverse?
 4.  When visiting a home is a cake or drinking, we feel ashamed for eating away, but the claim is that if a meal is not eaten will become redundant and not pleasant host.
 5.  If the Sunnah prayers at the mosque is very hard but if at home, lazy. While the best of Sunnah Prayers are performed at home as recommended by the Prophet in order to avoid feeling seen / showroom.

 6.  Fasting month is the month to educate the passions, including excessive appetite, but most people recognize that the cost of meals and expenses during the fasting month was the highest in a year. Though supposed to be the lowest. Did not we reverse the practice?
 7.  If for the exercise of worship HAJI, before leaving, many people make safe / Do 'a joint, but after returning from the Hajj, DOA It's not common to give thanks. Organised jointly DOA / safety in Islam is because of them survived the journey / journey 's not that much to travel. Not reverse this practice? Or we have other purposes?
 8.  All parents will be disappointed if their children fail the test. Then find & diantarlah children to the course despite the high cost. But if children can not READ the Koran, they are not trying to find / deliver children to the place of course read the Qur'an or Islamic studies course.If teachers are willing to pay Rp course. 300.000, - per month for one lesson and 8 meetings, but to teach lessons that Ustadz only Rp. 50.000, - per month for 20 meetings. Did not we reverse the practice? We should be more embarrassed if the child can not read the Qur'an or prayers from the not pass the test.

9.  Day and night, summer-rain storm, morning-afternoon WORK We push God and to comply with work rules. But to the house of Allah (mosque) do not rain no heat, no lunch, no dinner, but did not come to the mosque. Really shameless people like this, but the provision He asked to stop by his home-shy and lazy ..
10.  A wife if you want to go home with her husband or not, may be beautiful decorated. But if at home ...? While the claim that a wife for her husband decorated and not for others. Act to reverse this practice is less a happy home.Enough with the examples above. Let We accept chest actually.Let's move on to the truth we live according to the foundation and we are in fact IslamThe taste is not altered following the We.We created God, let God determine the rules we live ..Rasulullah SAW: "To My message even though only one verse."