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Tuesday, May 17, 2011


Salam Everyone!!!!!

It's been a long, long time :).. But I am back!!! And thanks for all your support and positive thoughts...

I am now back, and happy, and healthy, and positive, and determined, and did I say, HAPPY?? :)

So I nak invite everyone to my new blog,


Yes, I have moved to a new page... So hope to see you all there yaaaa :)!!!! Love u all semua!!!!

Posted by ADLIZA HIZAN :: 2:39 PM :: |

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

I'm Very Sorry...

Hi all,

Hmmm... it's been a while eh?

I've been doing some thinking... I think I need to take a blogging hiatus. For how long, I can't say. I know I won't disappoint many ppl, since I don't have that many readers anyway :P

But I'm going through some personal changes and challenges in my life, and I just need to focus on those for the moment.

Change is hard, especially if it is sth that you do not welcome or want. But I believe in Allah, and I believe that He will reward those who are patient. I'm doing the best that I can, and I hope that is enough. If things turn around for me, then Alhamdulillah syukur.

But if things don't, well.. we'll see. I just hope I am strong enough and that Allah will make things better for me.

One thing I know for sure (Insya Allah), is that I am sincere in my efforts, and I am sincere with my feelings. I am not perfect, but I don't think I am a very bad person. Each day I wanna try and be a better Muslimah, and I wanna be a better person to those around me.

I may slip and make mistakes many, many times, but deep in my heart, I sincerely want to always improve myself. So if you see me faltering, pls say sth to me. Pls advice me.

I genuinely want ppl around me to be happy. I never want to hurt people on purpose. And I genuinely think ppl are good. That ppl can be trusted. That other ppl are just as sincere as me. No hidden agendas. That ppl won't take advantage of me.

But that is naive thinking. I know now that ppl are normal human beings, and just like me, are as imperfect too. Not imperfect in the same ways as I am, but imperfect nonetheless. Prone to make mistakes. The only difference lies in whether the mistakes were made intentionally or not. Either way, may Allah forgive them. And may Allah forgive me.

I don't wish for bad things to happen to the people who wronged me. I just wish they would change and make things right. I pray that Allah will show them the way. I pray that Allah will forgive them. As for me, I can only ask for the strength to always do what's right.

So to all of you, have a good life, may everything work out for you. I wish you all the best in life, and hope you can spare a second to pray for me too. I'm sorry I can't tell you what this is all about, but it's enough for me to say that I'm in a lot of anguish and pain, and Alhamdulillah, only my faith has kept me from taking the easy "way out" and doing the unthinkable (Naudzubillah).

It is an unwelcome life-changing experience, one that I wish I would never have to go through. But it is happening, right at this moment, and I have no choice but to endure it at the young age of (not yet) 26. I only hope this experience will make me a better person all-around, and I seriously, SERIOUSLY, pray that things will work out.
I long for the day that things will go back to normal, and for me to put all this behind me. To start anew. To rebuild and regrow...

And as long as Allah gives me the strength and patience to hold on, I will endure this test and all that comes with it. The day that I can no longer care or have the strength, then I will stop trying.
Until then, I will not give up.

May Allah help me. Aamiin.

Take care everyone. I'm sorry.

Posted by ADLIZA HIZAN :: 12:17 PM :: |

Tuesday, July 11, 2006


Dear All,

I think this a good read. Hope we can all benefit from this, Insya Allah...

Have a nice day, y'all! And may God bless you :)...

Following is an excerpt taken from the book "WHY DO YOU DECEIVE YOURSELF?" by Harun Yahya.
To fully access this book and other books by this author, please click here.

Those who say: "Allah will forgive me anyway"

Most people know of Allah's existence and accept it but they do not praise His might as they should. The matter on which they fall into deception is not Allah's existence but His attributes. For example, they believe quite rightly that Allah is very generous, affectionate and compassionate towards His servants but they do not really take on board his attribute of being the Punisher of resistance to the faith and the One Who torments and curses the deniers.

These people who do not praise Allah as they should either have no fear of Allah at all or very little. In terms of the Hereafter, this is very dangerous for them because a person with no fear of Allah who does not believe that he will be punished for what he does can easily commit all kinds of evil acts. Such people may succumb to the perverse idea, which is in no way related to the truth, that although they commit every sin which Allah condemns, He will forgive them anyway. Satan approaches people from this direction and causes them to imagine that they will be forgiven whatever they do.

If we examine them, people in communities which have abandoned religion act on the basis of a distorted point of view and continually go against Allah's instructions and prohibitions. Those people who do not pray or fast, who do not help and protect the needy, who do not share their property because of meanness, who take unfair advantage of other people, who murder, steal and use the property of others fraudulently and who drive those around them into immorality, are the ones who commit these sins with the idea that Allah will forgive them anyway.

The truth is that people who think in such a way have fallen into a great error because although Allah is the One Who accepts repentance and forgives those who repent, at the same time, He is the One Who, with eternal justice, repays everything which is done in the manner it deserves. Of course, those who do evil as well as those who do good will receive the repayment they deserve on the Day of Judgment. The Qur'an tells us this truth:

Or do those who perpetrate evil deeds suppose that We will make them like those who believe and do right actions, so that their lives and deaths will be the same? How bad their judgment is! Allah created the heavens and Earth with truth so that every self might be repaid for what it earned and they will not be wronged. (Surat al-Jathiyya: 21-22)

Fear a Day when you will be returned to Allah. Then every self will be paid in full for what it earned. They will not be wronged. (Surat al-Baqara: 281)

However, we should point out that naturally, any person can make mistakes during his life and may feel remorse for the wrong things he has done and the mistakes he has made because man is prone to error. Nobody can claim to be perfect. Because of this, while he is in the world a person can repent to Allah in order to be forgiven. Until death, Allah allows everybody the opportunity for repentance; but the Qur'an tells us what kind of repentance is sincere and will be accepted. In the following verses, Allah tells us that sincerity is a condition of repentance:

Allah only accepts the repentance of those who do evil in ignorance and then quickly repent after doing it. Allah turns towards such people. Allah is All-Knowing, All-Wise. There is no repentance for people who persist in doing evil until death comes to them and who then say, "Now I repent," nor for people who die unbelievers. We have prepared for them a painful punishment. (Surat an-Nisa': 17-18)

Since this is the case, when a person falls into error he should not regard it as unimportant and think, "Never mind, I'll be forgiven anyway," he should sincerely turn towards our Lord and repent his mistake with the determination to put it right. What is important is for a person to be a sincere and honest servant of Allah. Only in this way can he hope for Allah's forgiveness. Those who do not take refuge in Allah and do not ask for forgiveness, who think that Allah will forgive them anyway, will meet with results which they do not at all expect.

Be careful and do not risk making the mistake, with which Allah will not be pleased, of thinking that He will forgive you whatever happens. Otherwise you will be placing your eternal life in a grave danger of your own making.

Posted by ADLIZA HIZAN :: 9:20 AM :: |

Monday, June 26, 2006

Bring Out the Bathroom Scale!

What's up everyone?

Long time no hear, eh?

Been really busy. What with work n personal demands, my world has been C.R.A.Z.E.E...

Gee, remember when ppl used to think it's cool to spell crazy like that?? Hehehe... dork!

Anyways, wanted to share a bit of good news with you guys.

I've been trying to lose weight for a while now, but haven't been that serious until I lost my recent baby. That's when I got really determined and wanted to do sth good for myself pulak..

So I got off my butt, and with a proper diet, exercise, and heatlh supplements, I've managed to shed about 11 kgs + 5 inches around my waist in approx. 3 months! Hehe, I know I still have tons to lose, but hey, what's a bit of encouragement-seeking eh?

Well, there you go. I need all the motivation and encouragement that I can get. So, just shout it out to me!

Let's hear it, ppl!!

Posted by ADLIZA HIZAN :: 10:34 AM :: |

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

That's The Reason Why...

Well, some of you guessed the reason I was on sick leave for 5 weeks. And some of you were probably right.

I did suffer another miscarriage. And just as before, the doctor couldn't explain why.

But unlike the previous time (which was about 6 mths ago), I am not depressed, Alhamdulillah. In fact, I understand it better now. It was just not meant to be. Not yet, anyway.

A lot of things are happening in my life at the moment, and perhaps, the arrival of a baby will only make my life more complicated. Allah knows best.

I'm thankful that God gave me enough patience to accept this loss, and the strength to understand.

I was of course sad, but everything, be it good or bad, happens for a reason. I believe that now.

I just have to learn to be more grateful for what I do have in my life, right here, right now.

Alhamdulillahi rabbil 'alamin - All the praises and thanks be to Allah, Lord of the Alamin (mankind, jinn and all that exists).

Posted by ADLIZA HIZAN :: 9:58 AM :: |

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Sorry I've been quiet, guys.

I was on sick leave for 5 weeks. Yep, 5 weeks.

I'll tell you more about it, if and WHEN I have the chance.

Now, to catch up on work and emails....

Posted by ADLIZA HIZAN :: 10:48 AM :: |

Thursday, March 16, 2006


My current one, that is.

The one, which is courtesy of the sore throat I've been having.

The sore throat I got while in KT. It was sooo panas (hot!) over there.

It’s been more than a week now.

But my old voice has yet to return.

I love this new voice. It is sooo husky and sexy.

I wish it stays this way forever.

I love it.

I feel like I can sing at the top of my voice now and I won't suck.

Now, if only it doesn’t hurt too much….

Posted by ADLIZA HIZAN :: 10:18 AM :: |