Sunday, March 11, 2012


Assalamualaikum brothers and sisters!
Do you know what Salam means?
The simple translation in English is 
May Peace Be Upon You.
In deeper sense, we're indicating to the one receiving Salaam that they are free from any harm coming from us. That we will not despair them, we will not back chat them and that we only want good things to come their way.
It doesn't make sense to give Salam and then attack or back chat someone.
It's like saying I want you to be happy, but let me upset you with these words for now.
Unlike "Hello" and "Hi" that have no meaning, Salam holds a deep meaning.

Truly, Allah is As-Salam and Allah loves peace.
So the next time we say our Salam, just remember that we're offering peace.
Let's live up to it and avoid back-chatting :)
so,just 20 cent piece of words from me.
and tadaaaaaaaaa!
Cute cat alert!
*This kitty is cute,isn't she?Ok. not related*

an English friend from my Mandarin class in Canterbury Christ Church Uni inspired me to write this entry.
Last fortnight,
We had a chat about greeting people.
And amazingly, he really love 'lughatul arabia' because he said that
'Arabic is wonderful. I love it because it saying simply greeting peope with a good wish and meaningful. That's really good,isn't it?'
He admits he loves the greeting of
how non-muslim does appreciate and know the meaning lies on Salam?
Why don't we?
let's spread salam and smile peeps!

1 comment:

Bluewendy said...