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untuk pesanan album-album meor yusof aziddin boleh sms 012-5901798..tq

Adakah kita diberi banyak pilihan?

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Apabila pintu langit semakin terbuka untuk kita, kita pun mendakapnya untuk merealisasikan makna kebahagiaan. Janganlah kita menutup pula dengan mengundang awan-awan yang kelam dan kabur, hilanglah nilai indahnya di situ.

Saya menonton cerita tentang seorang budak yang mengidap ‘autisma’tadi. Saya tersentuh kerana anak saya Adam pun pengidap Autisma. Kesedihan itu memanglah ada, saya ke bilik air untuk menangis sebentar. Apapun Itu memang rezeki saya, saya belajar untuk menjadi manusia yang bersyukur atas segala kurniaannya, buruk mahupun baik.

Jalan suka duka ini tidak akan ada penamatnya. Saat ini suka, sesaat ke depan mungkin duka yang menjemput. Saat ini resah untuk menanti esok yang penuh ujian, pun dia akan datang juga. Sesaat ini kita selesa bernafas, sedang mungkin sesaat ke depan kita menjadi semput lalu mati. Adakah kita diberi banyak pilihan dalam hidup ini?

Sekurang-kurangnya jika kita dilahirkan sebagai orang pekak, kita tidak akan mendengar kata-kata umpat caci yang kurang enak untuk didengar. Sekurang-kurangnya jika kita buta pula, kita tidak dapat menggambar nafsu shahwat duniawi dengan nikmat melihat yang kita miliki. Sekurang-kurangnya jika kita bisu, kita tidak mampu untuk mengumpat dengan nikmat suara yang diberi Tuhan.

Inilah dunia. Pun hari ini mata saya semakin rabun untuk melihat, telinga saya pula kadang-kadang ada masalah juga dari segi pendengaran, suara saya kadang-kadang sedap, kadang-kadang tak sedap. Jadi saya belajar untuk membiasa dan menerima, kerana inilah setakat ini nikmat yang sedang dipinjamkan untuk saya. Adakah kita diberi banyak pilihan untuk sebuah kesempurnaan?

Seperti kata isteri saya, ”bab bercakap memang hebat, tapi habuk pun tak ada”, dan seperti biasa saya akan ketawa akan sindirannya itu. Bukan lucu, tapi mungkin saya sedang mentertawakan diri saya pun boleh jadi juga..ha ha

Sebab saya tidak ada masalah jika dikata saya ini bodoh dan saya juga tidak ada masalah jika dikata saya ini pandai. Saya suka jika kita neutralkan kata-kata itu, masukkan ke dalam washer machine dan perahan dari air yang penuh dengan kotoran itu menjadi milik saya?

Saya tidak ada penafian tentang hukum alam ini, kerana kita sedang berjalan di atas landasan takdirnya. Insyaallah

MUZIK

Freddie Aguilar

Freddie Aguilar is a Pinoy rock musician from the Philippines. He is best known for the hit “Bayan Ko”, which became anthem for the opposition to the Marcos regime during the 1986 rebellion. One of his hits “Anak” (Filipino word for child), became a worldwide hit and was translated into at least seven languages. Ferdinand Pascual Aguilar, a native of Isabela, was born in February 5, 1953. He studied Electrical Engineering at De Guzman Institute of Technology but did not finish the course. In 1973, he married Josephine Quiepo. One of their children, Maegan Aguilar, also became a singer. When he entered the Metro Manila Popular Music Festival in 1978, Freddy Aguilar was almost completely unknown; within weeks he was possibly the best-known musician in Manila, and he has since consolidated that position to become the best known Filipino musician in the world. The song that took him to such great heights, heard for the first time at the 1978 competition, was “Anak,” a folk-rock ballad sung in the local tagalog language. It has since spawned 54 covers in 14 other languages. He subsequently enjoyed great hits with such singles as “Magdalena” and “Bayan Ko.” Prior to the release of “Anak,” Aguilar cut his teeth peforming cover songs and original material for U.S. military personnel stationed on the Islands. Never one to shy away from politics, he wrote several anti-Marcos songs, including “Katarungang” and his “Bayan Ko” became the theme song for Cory Aquino’s anti-Marcos election campaign in 1986. ~ Leon Jackson, All Music Guide Freddie Aguilar is a Pinoy rock musician from the Philippines. He is best known for the hit “Bayan Ko”, which became anthem for the opposition to the Marcos regime during the 1986 rebellion.[citation needed] One of his hits “Anak” (Filipino word for child), became a worldwide hit and was translated into at least seven languages. Biography by: Leon Jackson When he entered the Metro Manila Popular Music Festival in 1978, Freddy Aguilar was almost completely unknown; within weeks he was possibly the best-known musician in Manila, and he has since consolidated that position to become the best known Filipino musician in the world. The song that took him to such great heights, heard for the first time at the 1978 competition, was “Anak,” a folk-rock ballad sung in the local tagalog language. It has since spawned 54 covers in 14 other languages. He subsequently enjoyed great hits with such singles as “Magdalena” and “Bayan Ko.” Prior to the release of “Anak,” Aguilar cut his teeth peforming cover songs and original material for U.S. military personnel stationed on the Islands. Never one to shy away from politics, he wrote several anti-Marcos songs, including “Katarungang” and his “Bayan Ko” became the theme song for Cory Aquino’s anti-Marcos election campaign in 1986.

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