Monday, May 3, 2010

Always Do Good Things...

Salam

As a mother of four young children, I am quite disturbed with what happened to the 15-year-old boy who had been shot dead by the police. While all my heart goes out to the mother of that boy, I also have sympathy to the police force who has been accused as unprofessional, cruel and so on. After all, everything had happened, and the case is under probe. Let us pray for the justice to prevail. Al-Fatihah to the late Aminul.

As Muslims, we must believe that everything happened has its own hikmah. I believe this tragedy serves as an eye opener to the parents, educators and government, on what is happening to the youngsters nowadays. Staying out late has been the norm of today's youngsters. It is considered trendy and cool, and those who don't are considered abnormal.

While I agree that it is the basic right of every human being to do whatever they like, I appeal to everybody especially the youngsters to think of the impact of every action that you do. Staying out late is not only unhealthy to the body, it is also dangerous because you are exposing yourselves to all sorts of negative elements, e.g. drug, robbery, rape/sodomy, or even murder!

Sometimes we think that nothing wrong to have fun once in a while. It is true, but the problem is, we don't know what will happen to us in the next second. If something bad happened to us, and it happened while we are doing something bad, the impact is not only on us, but also to our family. The grief will be forever!

So, to the youngsters, especially my own children and students, please think before you do something. ALWAYS DO GOOD THINGS, so you will not be inflicted with the bad things.

5 comments:

  1. i read this before. confused. who is the criminal actually?

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  2. Wait until the end of the investigation. Nobody knows what actually happened that night except Allah and those involved. But the moral of the story, don't ever do something illegal, because it will trap you in trouble. As Muslims, we must abide all laws, so long that the laws are benefiting the society at large.

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  3. in other aspect, the main point in this case is not about the family or social problem.
    the problem is what happen to the police action now...??
    Aminurrasyid does not a problem boy or negative attitude like the news say early..

    Clearly, exist something wrong in this case....

    This is not political issue but to say our community to attention about Malaysia today...
    We not live in Police state but we live in democracy state, have the legal. right dan justice..

    We hope adik aminuurasyid -as my brother and our brother- get their justice and the police in Malaysia must pay high price because of the tragedy..

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  4. but syihan... a good boy will not go out at 3 a.m. and drive the car without licence and without parents' permission.

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