Didikan Rohani Dengan Ibadah. عن عمرو بن شُعَيْبٍ عن أَبِيهِ عن جَدِّهِ قَالَ، قَالَ رسولُ الله صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ : مُرُوا أَوْلاَدَكُمْ بِالصَّلاَةِ وَهُمْ أَبْنَاءُ سَبْع سِنِينَ وَاضْرِبُوهُمْ عَلَيْهَا وَهُمْ أَبْنَاءَ عَشْرِ سِنِينَ، وَفَرِّقُوا بَيْنَهُمْ فِي المَضَاجِعِ.[4] Yang bermaksud, Daripada ‘Amru bin Syu‘aib, daripada bapanya, daripada datuknya berkata, sabda Rasulullah saw: “Perintahlah anak-anakmu mendirikan solat ketika mereka berumur tujuh tahun dan pukullah mereka jika meninggalkannya ketika berumur sepuluh tahun serta pisahkan tempat tidur mereka.

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FATWA YOGA


"Antara perkara yang telah dibincangkan oleh Ahli Majlis Muzakarah Fatwa Kebangsaan yang bersidang pada 22 – 24 Oktober 2008  di Kota Bharu, Kelantan ialah senaman Yoga.  Setelah meneliti dan mengkaji hujah-hujah serta pandangan-pandangan yang berkaitan dengan Yoga maka, Ahli Muzakarah berpandangan dan berpendapat bahawa senaman  Yoga yang berasal dari masyarakat Hindu sejak sebelum Masihi lagi yang menggabungkan amalan fizikal, unsur-unsur keagamaan, mentera dan pemujaan bagi tujuan tertentu seperti mendapatkan ketenangan dan kemuncaknya, penyatuan diri dengan tuhan atau tujuan-tujuan lain adalah tidak sesuai dan boleh merosakkan akidah seorang muslim.

Oleh itu, Ahli Muzakarah juga bersetuju dan memutuskan apa jua jenis atau bentuk amalan yang mengandungi unsur-unsur tersebut di atas adalah dilarang dan bertentangan dengan syariat Islam.  Sementara pergerakan amalan fizikal tanpa unsur-unsur di atas yang dilakukan pada zahirnya tidaklah menjadi kesalahan.  Namun demikian,  masyarakat Islam dingatkan wajib berhati-hati dam berwaspada dari perkara-perkara yang boleh menghakis akidah seseorang muslim. 

Seperti yang kita sedia maklum, perkara-perkara yang boleh menghakis akidah boleh berlaku dengan sebab-sebab berikut:

           (1)       kepercayaan atau keyakinan di hati.
           (2)       menerusi perkataan atau pengakuan dengan lidah.
           (3)       perbuatan.

Memandangkan terdapat dua elemen tersebut dalam amalan yoga, maka umat Islam wajib memelihara akidah mereka dari terhakis
MUSLIM’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS YOGA



PERSOALAN : bagaimana pula dengan poco-poco...........?

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Statue of Shiva (Bangalore, India) performing Yogic meditation in the Padmasana posture.
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Yoga (Sanskrit, Pāli: योग yóga) refers to traditional physical and mental disciplines originating in India.[1] The word is associated with meditative practices in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.[2][3][4] In Hinduism, it also refers to one of the six orthodox (āstika) schools of Hindu philosophy, and to the goal toward which that school directs its practices.[5][6] In Jainism it refers to the sum total of all activities—mental, verbal and physical.
Major branches of yoga in Hindu philosophy include Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Hatha Yoga.[7][8][9] Raja Yoga, compiled in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and known simply as yoga in the context of Hindu philosophy, is part of the Samkhya tradition.[10] Many other Hindu texts discuss aspects of yoga, including Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the Shiva Samhita and various Tantras.
The Sanskrit word yoga has many meanings,[11] and is derived from the Sanskrit root "yuj," meaning "to control," "to yoke" or "to unite."[12] Translations include "joining," "uniting," "union," "conjunction," and "means."[13][14][15] Outside India, the term yoga is typically associated with Hatha Yoga and its asanas (postures) or as a form of exercise. Someone who practices yoga or follows the yoga philosophy is called a yogi or yogini.[16]

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[edit] History of yoga

The Vedic Samhitas contain references to ascetics, while ascetic practices (tapas) are referenced in the Brāhmaṇas (900 to 500 BCE), early commentaries on the Vedas.[17] Several seals discovered at Indus Valley Civilization (c. 3300–1700 B.C.E.) sites in Pakistan depict figures in positions resembling a common yoga or meditation pose, showing "a form of ritual discipline, suggesting a precursor of yoga", according to archaeologist Gregory Possehl.[18] Some type of connection between the Indus Valley seals and later yoga and meditation practices is speculated upon by many scholars, though there is no conclusive evidence.[19]
Techniques for experiencing higher states of consciousness in meditation were developed by the shramanic traditions and in the Upanishadic tradition.[20]
While there is no clear evidence for meditation in pre-Buddhist early Brahminic texts, Wynne argues that formless meditation originated in the Brahminic tradition, based on strong parallels between Upanishadic cosmological statements and the meditative goals of the two teachers of the Buddha as recorded in the early Buddhist texts.[21] He mentions less likely possibilities as well.[22] Having argued that the cosmological statements in the Upanishads also reflect a contemplative tradition, he argues that the Nasadiya Sukta contains evidence for a contemplative tradition, even as early as the late Rg Vedic period.[23]
The Buddhist texts are probably the earliest texts describing meditation techniques.[24] They describe meditative practices and states which had existed before the Buddha as well as those which were first developed within Buddhism.[25] In Hindu literature, the term "yoga" first occurs in the Katha Upanishad, where it refers to control of the senses and the cessation of mental activity leading to a supreme state.[26] Important textual sources for the evolving concept of Yoga are the middle Upanishads, (ca. 400 BCE), the Mahabharata including the Bhagavad Gita (ca. 200 BCE), and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (150 BCE).

[edit] Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

In Indian philosophy, Yoga is the name of one of the six orthodox philosophical schools.[27][28] The Yoga philosophical system is closely allied with the Samkhya school.[29] The Yoga school as expounded by the sage Patanjali accepts the Samkhya psychology and metaphysics, but is more theistic than the Samkhya, as evidenced by the addition of a divine entity to the Samkhya's twenty-five elements of reality.[30][31] The parallels between Yoga and Samkhya were so close that Max Müller says that "the two philosophies were in popular parlance distinguished from each other as Samkhya with and Samkhya without a Lord...."[32] The intimate relationship between Samkhya and Yoga is explained by Heinrich Zimmer:
These two are regarded in India as twins, the two aspects of a single discipline. Sāṅkhya provides a basic theoretical exposition of human nature, enumerating and defining its elements, analyzing their manner of co-operation in a state of bondage (bandha), and describing their state of disentanglement or separation in release (mokṣa), while Yoga treats specifically of the dynamics of the process for the disentanglement, and outlines practical techniques for the gaining of release, or 'isolation-integration' (kaivalya).[33]
Patanjali is widely regarded as the founder of the formal Yoga philosophy.[34] Patanjali's yoga is known as Raja yoga, which is a system for control of the mind.[35] Patanjali defines the word "yoga" in his second sutra,[36] which is the definitional sutra for his entire work:
योग: चित्त-वृत्ति निरोध:
( yogaś citta-vṛtti-nirodhaḥ )

- Yoga Sutras 1.2
This terse definition hinges on the meaning of three Sanskrit terms. I. K. Taimni translates it as "Yoga is the inhibition (nirodhaḥ) of the modifications (vṛtti) of the mind (citta)".[37] The use of the word nirodhaḥ in the opening definition of yoga is an example of the important role that Buddhist technical terminology and concepts play in the Yoga Sutra; this role suggests that Patanjali was aware of Buddhist ideas and wove them into his system.[38] Swami Vivekananda translates the sutra as "Yoga is restraining the mind-stuff (Citta) from taking various forms (Vrittis)."[39]


A sculpture of a Hindu yogi in the Birla Mandir, Delhi
Patanjali's writing also became the basis for a system referred to as "Ashtanga Yoga" ("Eight-Limbed Yoga"). This eight-limbed concept derived from the 29th Sutra of the 2nd book, and is a core characteristic of practically every Raja yoga variation taught today. The Eight Limbs are:
  1. Yama (The five "abstentions"): non-violence, non-lying, non-covetousness, non-sensuality, and non-possessiveness.
  2. Niyama (The five "observances"): purity, contentment, austerity, study, and surrender to god.
  3. Asana: Literally means "seat", and in Patanjali's Sutras refers to the seated position used for meditation.
  4. Pranayama ("Suspending Breath"): Prāna, breath, "āyāma", to restrain or stop. Also interpreted as control of the life force.
  5. Pratyahara ("Abstraction"): Withdrawal of the sense organs from external objects.
  6. Dharana ("Concentration"): Fixing the attention on a single object.
  7. Dhyana ("Meditation"): Intense contemplation of the nature of the object of meditation.
  8. Samādhi ("Liberation"): merging consciousness with the object of meditation.
In the view of this school, the highest attainment does not reveal the experienced diversity of the world to be illusion. The everyday world is real. Furthermore, the highest attainment is the event of one of many individual selves discovering itself; there is no single universal self shared by all persons.[40]

[edit] Bhagavad Gita

The Bhagavad Gita ('Song of the Lord'), uses the term yoga extensively in a variety of ways. In addition to an entire chapter (ch. 6) dedicated to traditional yoga practice, including meditation,[41] it introduces three prominent types of yoga:[42]
Madhusudana Sarasvati (b. circa 1490) divided the Gita into three sections, with the first six chapters dealing with Karma yoga, the middle six with Bhakti yoga, and the last six with Jnana (knowledge).[43] Other commentators ascribe a different 'yoga' to each chapter, delineating eighteen different yogas.[44]

Asana means posture. There are 4 series of postures that make up the Ashtanga yoga asanas.

[edit] Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a particular system of Yoga described by Yogi Swatmarama, compiler of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika in 15th century India. Hatha Yoga differs substantially from the Raja Yoga of Patanjali in that it focuses on shatkarma, the purification of the physical body as leading to the purification of the mind (ha), and prana, or vital energy (tha).[45][46] Compared to the seated asana, or sitting meditation posture, of Patanjali's Raja yoga,[47] it marks the development of asanas (plural) into the full body 'postures' now in popular usage.[48] Hatha Yoga in its many modern variations is the style that many people associate with the word "Yoga" today.[49]

[edit] Yoga practices in other traditions

[edit] Buddhism



The Buddha depicted in yogic meditation, Kamakura, Japan
Early Buddhism incorporated meditative absorption states.[50] The most ancient sustained expression of yogic ideas is found in the early sermons of the Buddha.[51] One key innovative teaching of the Buddha was that meditative absorption should be combined with the practice of mindfulness.[52] The difference between the Buddha's teaching and the yoga presented in early Brahminic texts is striking. Meditative states alone are not an end, for according to the Buddha, even the highest meditative state is not liberating. Instead of attaining a complete cessation of thought, some sort of mental activity must take place: a liberating cognition, based on the practice of mindful awareness.[53] The Buddha also departed from earlier yogic thought in discarding the early Brahminic notion of liberation at death.[54] Liberation for the Brahminic yogin was thought to be the realization at death of a nondual meditative state anticipated in life. In fact, old Brahminic metaphors for the liberation at death of the yogic adept ("becoming cool", "going out") were given a new meaning by the Buddha; their point of reference became the sage who is liberated in life.[55]

[edit] Yogacara Buddhism

Yogacara (Sanskrit: "yoga practice"[56]), also spelled yogāchāra, is a school of philosophy and psychology that developed in India during the 4th to 5th centuries. Yogacara received the name as it provided a yoga, a framework for engaging in the practices that lead to the path of the bodhisattva.[57] The Yogacara sect teaches yoga in order to reach enlightenment.[58]

[edit] Ch'an (Seon/Zen) Buddhism

Zen (the name of which derives from the Sanskrit "dhyaana" via the Chinese "ch'an"[59]) is a form of Mahayana Buddhism. The Mahayana school of Buddhism is noted for its proximity with Yoga.[50] In the west, Zen is often set alongside Yoga; the two schools of meditation display obvious family resemblances.[60] This phenomenon merits special attention since the Zen Buddhist school of meditation has some of its roots in yogic practices.[61] Certain essential elements of Yoga are important both for Buddhism in general and for Zen in particular.[62]

[edit] Indo-Tibetan Buddhism

Yoga is central to Tibetan Buddhism. In the Nyingma tradition, the path of meditation practice is divided into nine yanas, or vehicles, which are said to be increasingly profound.[63] The last six are described as "yoga yanas": Kriya yoga, Upa yoga, Yoga yana, Mahā yoga, Anu yoga and the ultimate practice, Ati yoga.[64] The Sarma traditions also include Kriya, Upa (called Charya), and Yoga, with the Anuttara yoga class substituting for Mahayoga and Atiyoga.[65] Other tantra yoga practices include a system of 108 bodily postures practiced with breath and heart rhythm. The Nyingma tradition also practices Yantra yoga (Tib. Trul khor), a discipline which includes breath work (or pranayama), meditative contemplation and precise dynamic movements to centre the practitioner.[66] The body postures of Tibetan ancient yogis are depicted on the walls of the Dalai Lama's summer temple of Lukhang. A semi-popular account of Tibetan Yoga by Chang (1993) refers to caṇḍalī (Tib. tummo), the generation of heat in one's own body, as being "the very foundation of the whole of Tibetan Yoga".[67] Chang also claims that Tibetan Yoga involves reconciliation of apparent polarities, such as prana and mind, relating this to theoretical implications of tantrism.

[edit] Jainism



Tirthankara Parsva in Yogic meditation in the Kayotsarga posture.


Kevala Jñāna of Mahavira in mulabandhasana posture
According to Tattvarthasutra, 2nd Century CE Jain text, Yoga, is the sum total of all the activities of mind, speech and body. [4] Umasvati calls yoga as the cause of asrava or karmic influx [68] as well as one of the essentials—samyak caritra—in the path to liberation. [68] In his Niyamasara, Acarya Kundakunda, describes yoga bhakti—devotion to the path to liberation—as the highest form of devotion. [69] Acarya Haribhadra and Acarya Hemacandra mention the five major vows of ascetics and 12 minor vows of laity under yoga. This has led certain Indologists like Prof. Robert J. Zydenbos to call Jainism as essentially a system of yogic thinking that grew into a full-fledged religion. [70] Dr. Heinrich Zimmer contended that the yoga system had pre-Aryan origins which did not accept the authority of the Vedas and hence was reckoned as one of the heterodox doctrines similar to Jainism. [71] Jain iconography depicts Jain Tirthankaras meditation in Padmasana or Kayotsarga yogic poses. Mahavira was said to have achieved Kevala Jnana "enlightenment" siting in mulabandhasana position which has the first literary mention in the Acaranga Sutra and later in Kalpasutra [72]
The five yamas or the constraints of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali bear an uncanny resemblance to the five major vows of Jainism, indicating a strong influence of Jainism. [73][74] This mutual influence between the Yoga philosophy and Jainism is admitted by the author Vivian Worthington who writes: "Yoga fully acknowledges its debt to Jainsim, and Jainism reciprocates by making the practice of yoga part and parcel of life." [75] The Indus valley seals and iconography also provide a reasonable evidence of the existence of a proto-yogic tradition akin to Jainism. [76] More specifically, scholars and archaeologists have remarked on close similarities in the yogic and meditative postures depicted in the seals with those of various Tirthankaras: the "kayotsarga" posture of Rsabha and the mulabandhasana of Mahavira along with seals depicting meditative figure flaked by upright serpents bearing similarities to iconography of Parsva. All these are indicative of not only links between Indus Valley Civilisation and Jainism, but also show the contribution of Jainism to various yogic practices. [77]
[edit] References in Jain canons and literature
Earliest of Jain canonical literature like Acarangasutra and texts like Niyamasara, Tattvarthasutra etc had many references on yoga as a way of life for laymen and asctics. The later texts that further elaborated on the Jain concept of yoga are as follows:
  • Pujyapada (5th Century CE)






    • Ishtopadesh







  • Acarya Haribhadra Suri(8th Century CE)






    • Yogabindu
    • Yogadristisamuccaya
    • Yogasataka
    • Yogavimisika







  • Acarya Joindu (8th Century CE)






    • Yogasara







  • Acarya Hemacandra (11th Century CE)






    • Yogasastra







  • Acarya Amitagati (11th Century CE)






    • Yogasaraprabhrta

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بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيْمِ

اَلْحَمْدُ ِللهِ رَبِ الْعَالَمِيْنَ حَمْدًا يُوَافِى نِعَامَهُ وَيُكَافِئُ مَزِيْدَهُ يَارَبَّنَا لَكَ الْحَمْدُ كَمَا يَنْبَغِيْ لِجَلاَلِ وَجْهِكَ وَعَظِيْمِ سُلْطَانِكَ اَللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ وَسَلِّمْ عَلَى سَيِّدِنَا مُحَمَّدٍ صَلاَةً تُنْجِيْنَا بِهَا مِنْ جَمِيْعِ اْلأَهْوَالِ وَاْلآفَاتِ وَتَقْضِيْ لَنَا بِهَا جَمِيْعَ الْحَاجَاتِ وَتُطَهِّرُنَا بِهَا مِنْ جَمِيْعِ السَّيِّئَاتِ وَتَرْفَعُنَا بِهَا عِنْدَكَ أَعْلَى الدَّرَجَاتِ وَتُبَلِّغُنَا بِهَا أَقْصَى اْلغَايَاتِ مِنْ جَمِيْعِ الْخَيْرَاتِ فِى الْحَيَاةِ وَبَعْدَ الْمَمَاتِ

اَللَّهُمَّ يَا حَيُّ يَا قَيُّوْمُ يَا ذَاالْجَلاَلِ وَاْلإِكْرَامِ

Kami memanjatkan kesyukuran kepada-Mu kerana mengizinkan kami untuk mengadakan dan berada dalam Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan dan Konvokesyen Pra Sekolah SK Seri Taman Kluang Barat, 2011

اَللَّهُمَّ يَا مُجِيْبَ الدَّعَوَاتِ وَقَاضِيَ الْحَاجَاتِ

Kami memohon kepada-Mu , agar Eangkau berkati majlis ini dengan limpahan rahman dan rahim-Mu, semoga segala usaha kami dalam menjayakan majlis ini mendapat keredhaan dan hidayah-Mu. Tidak juga lupa kepada para pendidik yang telah menyumbang khidmat dan menabur bakti mereka di sekolah yang bertuah ini .

اَللَّهُمَّ يَا قَوِيُّ يَا عَزِيْزُ يَا فَعَّالٌ لِّمَا يُرِيْدُ

Di saat ini juga kami rafa’kan tangan kehambaan mengharapkan ihsan-Mu agar Engkau teruskan dan lanjutkan kecemerlangan yang sudah kami capai samada dalam bidang akademik mahupun aspek pembinaan sahsiah insan dan seterusnya menganugerahkan kepada kami kecemerlangan demi kecemerlangan yang lebih bermakna dalam pelbagai bidang pada masa-masa akan datang.

اَللَّهُمَّ يَا مُهَيْمِنُ يَا رَقِيْبُ يَا ذَاالْجَلاَلِ وَاْلإِكْرَامِ

Jadikanlah pelajar-pelajar yang menerima hadiah dan sijil penghargaan pada hari ini sebagai pelajar-pelajar yang bersyukur di atas pengiktirafan ini. Jadikanlah mereka pelajar-pelajar yang akan sentiasa berusaha dengan gigih dan tekun untuk meningkatkan potensi dan prestasi mereka dalam bidang akademik mahupun ketrampilan peribadi yang luhur. Malah kami memohon daripada-Mu Ya Allah dengan penuh ketaakulan agar majlis anugerah ini akan menjadi sumber inspirasi kepada pelajar-pelajar lain supaya mereka sama-sama mengerah keringat dan menggembleng tenaga untuk mencapai kecemerlangan demi mengharumkan nama sekolah ini.


اللَّهُمَّ اجْعَلْ خَيْرَ أَعْمَارِنَا ءَاخِرُهُ وَخَيْرَ أَعْمَالِنَا خَوَاتِمُهُ وَخَيْرَ أيَّامِنَا يَوْمَ ألْقَاكَ فِيْهِ
اللَّهُمَّ اغْفِرْلَنَا ذُنُوْبَنَا وَلإِخْوَانِنَا الَّذِيْنَ سَبَقُوْنَا بِالإِيْمَانِ
وَلاَ تَجْعَلْ فِيْ قـُلُوْبِنَا غِلاًّ لِلَّذِيْنَ ءَامَنُوْا رَبَّنَاإنَّكَ رَءُوْفٌ رَحِيْمٌ
اَللَّهُمَّ اجْعَلْ جَمْعَنَا هَذَا جَمْعًا مَرْحُوْمًا وَتَفَرُّقَنَا مِنْ بَعْدِهِ تَفَرُّقًا مَعْصُوْمًا
وَلاَ تَجْعَلْ فِيْنَا وَلاَ مَعَنَا شَقِيًّا وَلاَ مَطْرُوْدًا وَلاَ مَحْرُوْمًا.

Ya Allah, jadikanlah perhimpunan kami ini sebagai satu perhimpunan yang dirahmati dan perpisahan kami pula selepas ini sebagai satu perpisahan yang diberkati dan dilindungi. Dan janganlah Engkau jadikan pada diri kami ini, dan mereka yang bersama kami, kebinasaan, dan menyingkirkan kami dari memperolehi rahmat

رَبَّنَا اصْرِفْ عَنَّا عَذَابَ جَهَنَّمَ إِنَّ عَذَابَهَا كَانَ غَرَامَا إِنَّهَا سَاءَتْ مُسْتَقَرًّا وَمُقَامًا
رَبَّنَا لاَ تُزِغْ قُلُوْبَنَا بَعْدَ إِذْ هَدَيْتَنَا وَهَبْ لَنَا مِن لَّدُنْكَ رَحْمَةً إِنَّكَ أَنْتَ الْوَهَّابُ
رَبَّنَا ءَاتِنَا فِى الدُّنْيَا حَسَنَةً وَفِى اْلآخِرَةِ حَسَنَةً وَقِنَا عَذَابَ النَّارِ
وَأَدْخِلْنَا الْجَنَّةَ مَعَ اْلأَبْرَارِ. يَا عَزِيْزُ يَاغَفَّارُ يَارَبَّ الْعَالَمِيْنَ
وَصَلَّى الله ُ وَسَلَّمَ عَلَى سَيِّدِنَا مُحَمَّدٍ وَعَلَى ءَالِهِ وَصَحْبِهِ أَجْمَعِيْنَ وَالْحَمْدُ ِللهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِيْنَ.

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aspirasidiri : Jadual Waktu Belajar Persendirian (Hari Bersekolah & Cuti Sekolah)

Murid yang mampu mengurus masa berpotensi untuk mendapat pencapaian yang baik dalam bidang Akademik. Sehari kehidupan seorang murid sekolah menempuh aktiviti pembelajaran yang berbeza. Di sekolah seorang murid tertakluk dengan jadual yang disediakan oleh pihak sekolah. Namun bagaimana pula ketika berada di rumah. Aktiviti hujung minggu perlu dikawal Jangan biarkan ianya berlalu begitu sahaja. Sedaikan jadual hujung minggu disesuaikan dengan aktiviti anjuran sekolah. Jika sekolah mengadakan kelas tambahan pada minggu ke-2 dan ke-4, masukkan aktiviti tersebut di dalam jadual agar kita dapat merancang aktiviti hujng minggu dengan aktiviti yang selaras dengan diri kita yang masih bergelar murid sekolah. Bagaimana pula ketika sekolah sedang bercuti ? Cuti sekolah yang tidak dirancang merugikan kita. Peluang tersebut perlu kita ambil dengan kita mengatur masa belajar mengikut keselesaan kita. Jangan gadaikan masa depan dengan hanya berseronok sahaja. Apa yang kita lakukan sekarang ini natijah yang kita perolehi adalah di masa depan. Sekarang kita bersusah payah belajar, Insya Allah hidup kita akan selesa pada masa depan dengan kerjaya yang kita ceburi. Seperkara lagi, apabila kita menyusun jadual jangan kita lupa masukkan sekali matapelajaran sekolah agama, dan aktiviti belajar agama ( mengaji quran). Ini adalah kerana pengabaian kepada aktiviti belajar agama akan menyebabkan persiapan hidup kita akan pincang. Belajar akademik sahaja sedangkan belajar agama terabai. Kata Imam Syafie :

Barangsiapa yang Menginginkan Dunia …

مَنْ أَرَادَ الدُّنْيَا فَعَلَيْهِ بِالْعِلْمِ وَمَنْ أَرَادَ الآخِرَةَ فَعَلَيْهِ بِالْعِلْمِ

“Barangsiapa yang menginginkan dunia, maka hendaknya menuntut ilmu dan barangsiapa yang menginginkan akhirat, maka hendaknya ia menuntut ilmu”.

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