Friday, 30 January 2009
Jep, nasi goreng telur satu!
Ibn 'Umar said, "Nothing that a man spends on himself and his family, anticipating a reward from Allah, will fail to be rewarded by Allah Almighty. He should begin with those whose support is his responsibility. If there is something left over, he should spend it on his next nearest relative and then the next nearest. If there is still something left over, he can give it away."
He is bound for Australia come this March but had sacrificed his time in Malaysia for the chemoboy.
He will have his BIG day come this December which will obviously involve a significant amount of money, yet he had spent thousands of ringgit just to get by the side of his chemoboy.
He definitely does not learn mom's cooking as eagerly as chemoboy does, yet within a month he has learned to cook beef stew which is just as good as mom's, if not better.
For all the good deeds he has done for chemoboy, Allah has definitely not missed even an iota of them. How big is the reward that Allah has promised for His servant who looks after a sick person.
O Allah, bless his soul, and reward him with Jannah. Insya Allah.
p/s: Come this Monday (chemo day), I will surely miss the boy who often prepares my nasi goreng telur for lunch.