Wednesday, March 17, 2010


The MZJ's MRC line up

I still remember the first time I heard the word MRC. I never thought that I will be one of them as I am not a person who like to get myself involve into such co-curricular activities since I'm in primary school. My teacher used to scold me and told me that I need to keep myself balance by joining those co-curricular activities instead of being with the books all the time. I really have a lot of problem with my self confidence.

When I see my friends having fun organising an event, I do really want to be a part of it. However, I do not know how to do it. So, after being in CFS, I promise something to myself. I want to do something different here. I want to prove myself that I can do it.Besides, my roomate keep insisting me to join it with here. So, we filled up the form and went through the interview together. After a few days, we were called for a meeting in the fellow's room. Our principal informed us that we have been chosen to be the MRCs.

After two semesters of hard work, alhamdulillah, we have managed to organise 4 inter-mahallah events as I have mentioned before. We start with ISTEC (Islamic Science Technology Week). I think the best part of the event is the forum. Two days after that, we have MAIG which stands for Mahallah Integration Traditional Games. The games was fun. The logo and t-shirts are beautiful. Love it so much. Big clap to the Publication and Promotion Bureau. Sister's Night is the most tiring to me as it is my first time being the Head Com. Quite challenging for me. However, it was fun. Lastly, we have MaicFest. We have professional advisors. One of them used to involved in making 'Anugerah Juara Lagu' a reality. I am totally having fun working as one of the committee member of Catering.

Eventhough there were so much energy and sacrifices are needed, it really worth it. I do gained a lot during the two semesters of being an MRC. I gained experience, friends, knowledge and memories which will stay in my mind.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

I wanna be....

'What is your ambition?'.It's a question which is often asked by teachers and parents to the children. Everyone have their own ambition. Something to achieve in their lives. A person without an ambition or target may be lost as they do not know which path they should follow. It is like travelling without knowing your destination. Where are you going? What do you want to achieve in your life? Is that really what you want to achieve or is it something that other people want you to achieve?. Have you ever being troubled by those questions?
Someone used to tell me that a person with an ambition is halfway towards achieving it. Sometimes I do feel lost. It's like you are following a path that you have chosen and then suddenly feel lost. What should i do next? Am I doing the right thing? Too much thought can get you drowned sometimes.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

I'm home

It's already two weeks since I left KL..huhu..gonna miss CFS a lot..Yesterday, my final exam result was out..alhamdulillah, i do not have to repeat any paper..huh..what a i have to worry about getting a scholarship to further my studies in Kuantan..I was so afraid that i have to repeat my papers especially Chem 2..not to forget my Math 2 also..
InsyaAllah, in April I have to sit for my MUET..wish me luck my dear friends who always supporting me whenever i've been through hard times balancing my studies and MRC, thanks a lot. Jazakallah..May Allah bless all of you..I am really lucky to have friends and family who are willing to listen to my problems and giving me advices and support.Really appreciate it.
To Alyaa Zahraa, thanks a lot for helping me when i am getting drowned with the mathematical formula..huhu..Wan, if you do read my blog, thanks for helping me with Chemistry and being a good listener all the time..huhu..(sounds like giving a winning speech..huhu..)