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Tuesday, March 15, 2011


Another Japs N3..
Mungkin ada yg label aku obses with Japs... why not...
no wonder Pak Det suruh 'pandang depa' ...

Sekadar nak share some story ...yg terhasil dari bencana di jepun lately..
rata2 diamblil dari rakan2 di forum & FB .. untuk peringatan diri sendiri & jika diizinkan utk lain2 yg membaca blog ni.

The military assistance operation is known as Operation Tomodachi, or "friendship," the statement said. The name was chosen by the Japanese 13 March 2011

Agaknya mampukah kita hadapi ujian sebegini rupa tanpa mementingkan diri sendiri dan hilang kawalan diri?
Ada sesuatu yang boleh kita pelajari dari bencana yang menimpa jepun, iaitu bagaimana mereka mengadapinya. Itulah hikmahnya. Tak perlu labelkan dimana titik kejadian, jenis bangsa dan pegangan agama.Tak perlu menuding jari mengatakan bala kepada yang menerima bencana ..  
Sungguh! Mereka ditimpa bencana ditimpa bala tapi pada yang melihat dari jauh tanpa ambik pengajaran ... itu yg sebenar2 'mendapat Bala' ...
Kita diberi akal sebaiknya .. maka Fikirlah dan Pandanglah sesuatu yang positif dalam situasi negatif. pasti ada hikmahnya.! 

maaf agak sinikal ...
dan mungkin Allah nak tunjuk kat umat islam... bagaimana rakyat jepun hadapi bencana.... jauh beza dgn sikap umat islam sendiri...

Japan got hit with an 8.9 magnitude earthquake. Millions of people don't have clean water source or electricity. Security forces have their hands full with rescue operations. Yet, there's no signs of looting or robbery occurred.

A reporter ask the question on CNN as to why the Japanese haven't looter -- or if they will riot or loot. The reporter said the Japanese culture differs from other cultures, and he highly doubts they would react that way. Japan is more collective in their wants and needs. Their views are more "for the better of society as a whole" while we are more "what's in it for me."

di petik dari sumber internet

Baca Tweets di bawah...cukup mengharukan..... bukan nak memuji org Jepun..but thats the way they are... sifat yg patut kita contohi .

Ryoshun Muto

Last night, Aobadai station was jammed with stranded people unable to get home. But there were private cars with drivers shouting “If you’re going in the direction of ****, please hop on!” I was able to hitch a ride on one of them. When I thanked the driver, he replied “No worries! We’re all on the same boat. We have to stick together!”

* ディズニーランドでの出来事 ディズニーランドでは、ショップのお菓子なども配給された。ちょっと派手目な女子高生たちが必要以上にたくさんもらってて「何だ
At Tokyo Disneyland: Tokyo Disneyland was handing out its shops’ food and drinks for free to the stranded people nearby.  I saw a bunch of snobby looking highschool girls walking away with large portions of it and initially though “What the …”  But I later I found out they were taking them to the families with little children at emergency evacuation areas.  Very perceptive of them, and a very kind thing to do indeed

* 国連からのメッセージ  国連からのコメント「日本は今まで世界中に援助をしてきた援助大国だ。今回は国連が全力で日本を援助する。」 に感動した。良い事をしたら戻ってくるのです。これがいい例なの
Message from the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon: “Japan is one of (the UN’s) most generous and strongest benefactors, coming to the assistance of those in need the world over.  In that spirit, the United Nations stands by the people of Japan and we will do anything and everything we can at this very difficult time.”  I was moved at his words.  What better example that good things happen to those who do good. 

* バス停で・・・  バスが全然来ない中、@saiso が、バス停の前にある薬局でカイロを買ってきて、並んで待ってる人みんなに配った!
Bus stop mini episode: It was freezing and bus was taking ages to arrive.  “@saiso” left the queue to run to a nearby pharmacy.  He bought heating pads and gave one to everyone in the queue!

tak potong Q & tak sebok bunyi Hon! Penyabar & Dispilin Tinggi!

* 渋滞した交差点での出来事  一回の青信号で1台しか前に進めないなんてザラだったけど、誰もが譲り合い穏やかに運転している姿に感動した。複雑な交差点で交
At a congested downtown intersection … Cars were moving at the rate of maybe one every green light, but everyone was letting each other go first with a warm look and a smile.  At a complicated intersection, the traffic was at a complete standstill for 5 minutes, but I listened for 10 minutes and didn’t hear a single beep or honk except for an occasional one thanking someone for giving way.  It was a terrifying day, but scenes like this warmed me and made me love my country even more.

People line up to buy food at a supermarket that had been temporarily closed after an earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, northeastern Japan March 14, 2011. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak
* 買うのやめるわ バイト先に若いお兄さんたちが軍団でお酒を買いに来たんだけど、その中の一人が「やべえ、オレお酒のためにしかお金持ってきてな
い感動した。 すごいよ
Not enough money!: At the store where I work, a huge group of young men suddenly came in to buy booze.  One of them suddenly said, “Oops, I only have enough money to buy booze, I can’t donate!  Forget the booze, maybe next time!” and instead put ALL his money into the disaster relief donation box.  One by one, every single one of the army of youths threw all their money into the box after him.  What a heart-warming sight that was!

A technician in protective gear scans for signs of radiation on a child at a makeshift facility that screens, cleanses and isolates people with high radiation levels in Nihonmatsu, northern Japan March 14, 2011. Japan battled on Monday to prevent a nuclear catastrophe and to care for millions of people without power or water in its worst crisis since World War Two, after a massive earthquake and tsunami that are feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

People queue to be screened by a technician in protective gear for signs of possible radiation in Nihonmatsu, northern Japan, March 14, 2011, after a massive earthquake and tsunami that are feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao


Walaupun sesak tetap tak tolak menolak ! They respect each other!

Workers from Koriyama distribute emergency waterbags to citizens in downtown Koriyama on March 12, 2011 a day after a massive 8.9 magnitude quake and tsunami hit the region. International search and rescue teams rushed to Japan in the wake of a huge 8.9-magnitude earthquake and devastating tsunami, while one of Afghanistan's most violent provinces offered 50,000 usd (35, 970 euros) in aid. (AFP-Yonhap)

dlm keadaan bencana ..masih berdisiplin..duduk dgn teratur & tenang
tanpa pekik melolong meraung meratap walaupun kehilangan harta benda & org tersayang!
Mereka redha ! & sedia utk bangkit semula!

Jepun rata2 kuat jatidirinya .. Akhlaknya seumpama akhlak  Muslim cuma pegangan & kepercayaan shj yg berbeza. Sentiasa berfikiran positif!
Sebagai seorang Muslim yg beragama Islam kita jangan sesekali lupa utk berfikiran positif kpd ALLAH SWT ;-). Yakinlah bahwa segala sesuatu adalah ketetapan yang terbaik dari Allah yang Maha Pengasih lagi Maha Penyanyang. Tanpa berfikir seperti ini kita akan menjadi korban fikiran kita sendiri. . Wallahualam . ;-)

Joy: The member of Japan's Self-Defence Force member holds the four-month-old baby girl in Ishinomaki, northern Japan after her rescue
Woman, 70, found alive 4 days after Japan tsunami
Rescuers found her inside her house, which was washed away by the waves

SOMA, Japan — Rescuers in Japan have found a 70-year-old woman alive four days after a deadly earthquake and tsunami rocked the nation.


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