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Dont Say You Love Me

Don’t Say You Love Me – The Corrs

Lyrics & Music By: The Corrs, Carole Bayer Sager

I’ve seen this place a thousand times
I’ve felt this all before
And every time you call
I’ve waited there as though you might not call at all

I know this face I’m wearing now
I’ve seen this in my eyes
And though it feels so great, I’m still afraid
That you’ll be leaving anytime

We’ve done this once and then you closed the door
Don’t let me fall again for nothing more

Don’t say you love me unless forever
Don’t tell me you need me, if you’re not gonna stay
Don’t give me this feeling, I’ll only believe it
Make it real or take it all away

I’ve caught myself smiling alone
Just thinking of your voice
And dreaming of your touch, is all too much
You know I don’t have any choice

Don’t say you love me unless forever
Don’t tell me you need me, if you’re not gonna stay
Don’t give me this feeling, I’ll only believe it
Make it real or take it all away
Yeah Yeah Yeah

We’ve done this once and then you closed the door
Don’t let me fall again for nothing more

Don’t say you love me unless forever
Don’t tell me you need me, if you’re not gonna stay
Don’t give me this feeling, I’ll only believe it
Make it real or take it all away

Say you love me
Don’t tell me you need me, if you’re not gonna stay
Don’t give me this feeling, I’ll only believe it
Make it real or take it all away
Take it all away, take it all away

*Credits to : http://www.sing365.com/

Salam Rindu daripada Wali Band

Wali – Salam Rindu

Ku bertanya pada malam
Ku bertanya pada bintang
Sedang apa kau duhai sayangku

Di sini angin menyampaikan
Salammu salam sayang
Salam sejuta cinta dan rindu

Sabar sabar sabarlah sayangku
Semua ini kan cepat berlalu

Reff:
Sebutlah namaku di setiap nafasmu
Ku kan datang kepadamu sayang
Panggil panggil aku segenap rasamu
Dan rasakan aku membelaimu

Pejamkanlah matamu
Dan kau tenangkan hatimu
Dan kau rasakan aku memelukmu

Sabar sabar sabarlah sayangku
Semua ini kan cepat berlalu

Back to Reff:

Sebutlah namaku di setiap nafasmu
Ku ‘kan datang kepadamu sayang
Panggil panggil aku segenap rasamu
Dan rasakan aku membelaimu

Back to Reff:
Kredit kdp : http://www.liriklagu.info/

Luahan Rasa Cinta Dalam Hati

Cinta Dalam Hati oleh: Ungu

mungkin ini memang jalan takdirku
mengagumi tanpa dicintai
tak mengapa bagiku
asal kau pun bahagia dalam hidupmu, dalam hidupmu

telah lama kupendam perasaan itu
menunggu hatimu menyambut diriku
tak mengapa bagiku
mencintaimu pun adalah bahagia untukku, bahagia untukku

kuingin kau tau diriku disini menanti dirimu
meski kutunggu hingga ujung waktuku
dan berharap rasa ini kan abadi untuk selamanya
dan ijinkan aku memeluk dirimu kali ini saja
tuk ucapkan slamat tinggal untuk slamanya
dan biarkan rasa ini bahagia untuk sekejap saja

 

Kredit kpd : http://musik.kapanlagi.com/

13 Wasiat RASULULLAHsaw

RASULULLAH SAW ada menyampaikan pesanan dan wasiat kepada isteri, anak, kaum kerabat dan umat Islam seluruhnya. Namun antara wasiat yang menarik dan boleh dijadikan bahan renungan bersama ialah wasiatnya kepada menantu baginda, Saidina Ali Abu Talib. Sungguhpun wasiat itu khusus kepada Ali, namun kita sebagai Muslim dan muslimah, perlu menjadikannya sebagai iktibar lalu menjadikannya amalan.

Larangan dan suruhan Rasulullah saw melalui wasiat itu, adalah juga untuk kaum Muslimin dan muslimat. Malah, boleh dikatakan semua perkara dalam wasiat itu adalah ciri-ciri utama orang beriman.

Berikut adalah antara wasiat Nabi kepada Ali seperti yang diriwayatkan oleh Ibnu Abbas: Ibnu Abbas meriwayatkan, bahawa Ali Abu Talib berkata: “Pada hari perkahwinan dengan Fatimah, Rasulullah saw bersabda kepadaku, mengutarakan tiga belas wasiat khusus untukku:”

1. Wahai Ali, takutilah engkau daripada memasuki tempat mandi (hammam) tanpa memakai kain separas pinggang. Bahawasanya barang siapa memasuki tempat mandi tanpa kain separas pinggang, maka dia mendapat laknat (mal’un).

2. Wahai Ali, janganlah engkau ‘memakai cincin di jari telunjuk dan di jari tengah’. Sesungguhnya itu adalah apa yang dilakukan oleh kaum Lut.

3. Wahai Ali, sesungguhnya Allah mengagumi hamba-Nya yang melafazkan istighfar: “Rabighfirli fainnahu la yaghfirul-zunuba illa Anta” ( Tuhanku, ampunilah aku. Sesungguhnya tiada yang mengampunkan dosa melainkan Engkau). Allah lalu berfirman: “Hai malaikat-Ku, sesungguhnya hamba-Ku ini mengetahui bahawasanya tiada yang mengampunkan dosa melainkan Aku. Hai malaikat-Ku: Jadilah saksi, bahawasanya aku telah mengampuni dia”.

4. Wahai Ali, takutilah engkau daripada berdusta. Bahawasanya berdusta itu menghitamkan muka dan disuratkan oleh Allah sebagai kazzab (pendusta). Dan, bahawasanya benar itu memutihkan muka dan disuratkan oleh Allah sebagai sadiq. Ketahuilah engkau, bahawasanya sidq (benar) itu berkat dan kizb (dusta) itu celaka.

5. Wahai Ali, peliharalah diri engkau daripada mengumpat dan mengadu-dumba. Bahawasanya orang berbuat demikian itu diwajibkan ke atasnya seksaan kubur dan menjadi penghalang kepadanya di pintu syurga.

6. Wahai Ali, janganlah engkau bersumpah dengan nama Allah, sama ada dusta atau benar, kecuali dalam keadaan darurat, dan janganlah jadikan Allah permainan sumpah engkau. Sesungguhnya Allah tidak menyucikan dan tidak mengasihani orang yang bersumpah dusta dengan nama-Nya.

7. Wahai Ali, janganlah engkau mencita-citakan rezeki untuk hari esok. Bahawasanya Allah mendatangkan rezeki engkau setiap hari.

8. Wahai Ali, takutilah engkau daripada berbantah-bantah dan berkelahi dengan maki-hamun dan sumpah-seranah. Bahawasanya perbuatan itu pada awalnya jahil dan pada akhirnya penyesalan.

9. Wahai Ali, sentiasalah engkau bersugi dan mencolek (mencungkil) gigi. Bahawasanya bersugi itu menyucikan mulut, mencerahkan mata dan diredai Allah, manakala mencolek gigi itu dikasihi malaikat kerana malaikat amat tidak senang dengan bau mulut kerana sisa-sisa makanan di celah gigi tidak dicolek selepas makan.

10. Wahai Ali, janganlah engkau melayani rasa marah.Apabila timbul rasa marah, duduklah engkau dan fikirkanlah mengenai kekuasaan dan kesabaran Allah Taala ke atas hamba-Nya. Pertahankah diri engkau daripada dikuasai kemarahan dan kembalilah engkau kepada kesabaran.

11. Wahai Ali, perhitungkanlah (tahassub) kurniaan Allah yang telah engkau nafkahkan untuk diri engkau dan keluarga engkau, nescaya engkau peroleh peruntukan daripada Allah.

12. Wahai Ali, apa yang engkau benci pada diri engkau, maka engkau bencikan juga pada diri saudara engkau dan apa yang engkau kasih pada diri engkau maka engkau kasihkan juga pada diri saudara engkau, yakni engkau hendaklah berlaku adil dalam memberi hukuman. Dengan itu, engkau dikasihi seluruh isi langit dan bumi.

13. Wahai Ali, perbaikkanlah perhubungan di antara penduduk (jiran) sekampung dan antara ahli rumah engkau. Hiduplah dengan mereka sekaliannya dengan rasa persahabatan dan kekeluargaan, nescaya disuratkan darjat yang tinggi bagi engkau.

Wahai Ali, peliharakanlah pesananku (wasiatku). Engkau akan peroleh kemenangan dan kelepasan.

InsyaAllah…
Kredit kepada : Tok Anjang Mohd Akhir

EMERGENCY FIRST AID

BITES AND STINGS

1. ANIMAL BITES
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What to look out for:
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• Bleeding
• Puncture wound, possibly quite deep

What to do:
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1. Wash the wound thoroughly under cool running water.
2. Pat dry and cover with a sterile dressing.
3. If the bite is deep, control bleeding by applying direct pressure and raising the affected limb.
4. Ensure that the casualty is taken to hospital.

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2. INSECT STINGS
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What to look out for:
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• Swelling
• Pain
• Anaphylactic shock (in rare cases)

What to do:
———–
1. If the sting is still embedded, remove it with tweezers.
2. Apply a cold compress to ease the swelling.
3. If the pain and swelling continues over the next day or so, advise the casualty to seek medical help.

IMPORTANT: If there is an extreme allergic reaction treat the casualty for anaphylactic shock.

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BREATHING DIFFICULTIES:
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1. ASTHMA:
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What to look out for:
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• Difficulty in breathing
• Rapid, shallow and noisy breaths
• Coughing and wheezing
• Tightness in the chest
• Distress
• Difficulty in speaking
• Blue lips and/or skin (in severe cases)

What to do:
———–
1. Sit the casualty down, making sure they lean forward slightly, preferably resting on a support such as a table.
2. Most asthma suffers carry a ‘puffer’. Help them to use it (about 4 puffs).
3. If the casualty’s condition does not improve after 10 minutes, give them a further 4 puffs.
4. If there is still no improvement or if the casualty has no medication and the attack is prolonged, call an ambulance.

IMPORTANT:
———–
If this is a first attack, the casualty should see their doctor.

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2. CHOKING :
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What to look out for:
—————–
• Difficulty in breathing
• Blue lips and skin
• Coughing
• Inability to speak or cough (in extreme cases)
• Unconsciousness

What to do:
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1. Let the casualty cough. If difficulty in breathing continues, send for an ambulance.
2. Get behind casualty and put your arms around them, just above the waist, making a fist with one hand and grasping it with the other.
3. Pull sharply inwards and upwards. Repeat as necessary.
4. If the casualty becomes unconscious lie them on their back, sit astride them and place one hand on top of the other, just below their ribcage. Thrust upwards and inwards.
5. If the casualty’s breathing returns, put them in the recovery position and monitor their breathing and pulse until help arrives.

IMPORTANT:
———–
If breathing stops begin artificial ventilation immediately.

IMPORTANT:
———–
If the casualty is able to move or cough, don’t slap casualty on their back, as this may cause the obstruction to shift and block the airway completely.

IMPORTANT:
———-
BABIES AND SMALL CHILDREN:
Place them across your lap, face down and head low, giving them 5 sharp slaps on their back.

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3. HYPERVENTILATION
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What to look out for:
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• Rapid, deep and noisy breathing
• Dizziness and confusion
• Tingling in their hands

What to do:
———–
1. Reassure casualty and, if possible, take them somewhere quiet and private to help them regain control of their breathing.
2. If hyperventilation continues, get the casualty to breathe into a paper bag.

IMPORTANT:
———–
Do not get the casualty to breathe into anything other than a paper bag.

——–o0o——-

4. INHALATION OF FUMES
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What to look out for:
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• Difficulty in breathing
• Coughing and wheezing
• In some cases: headache, nausea, blue skin, confusion, unconsciousness

What to do:
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1. Send for an ambulance and, if appropriate, fire services.
2. If it is safe for you to do so, get the casualty away from danger and into the fresh air.
3. Monitor the casualty’s pulse and breathing until help arrives. Be ready to start artificial ventilation or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, if necessary.

——-o0o——–

BURNS

What to look out for:
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• Red and blistered skin
• Pain
• Dark red, charred skin (in severe cases)
• Shock

What to do:
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1. Cool the affected area immediately under cold running water for at least 10 minutes.
2. If possible, remove any jewellery or loosen any constricting clothing.
3. Cover the burn with a sterile, non-fluffy dressing.

IMPORTANT:
———–
NEVER burst blisters or apply creams, lotions or ointments to a burn.

IMPORTANT:
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Chemical burns need prolonged washing.

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DROWNING

What to look out for:
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• Hypothermia
• Unconsciousness

What to do:
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1. Try to rescue the casualty but don’t put yourself in danger. If possible, stay on dry land and reach out to the casualty with a stick, or throw a rope.
2. Try to keep the casualty’s head lower than their chest once they are out of the water.
3. If the casualty has stopped breathing send for an ambulance and start artificial ventilation as soon as possible.
4. Clear any water from the stomach and air passages by placing them on their front, holding their waist and lifting their lower back. If the casualty has no pulse, start cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
5. If the casualty is breathing and has a pulse, put them in the recovery position and insulate from the cold.
6. If they are conscious, remove wet clothing, insulate from the cold and treat them for hypothermia. Monitor their breathing and pulse until help arrives.

IMPORTANT:
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Never put yourself at risk- if in doubt, call the emergency services.

IMPORTANT:
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Anyone who has lost consciousness should b advised to seek medical attention.

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EAR INJURIES

What to look out for:
———————
• Pain
• Bleeding from ear
• Bloody, watery fluid leaking from ear
• Loss of hearing (in some cases)

What to do:
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1. Sit the casualty down, leaning their head over onto the injured side.
2. Cover the ear with a sterile dressing and get the casualty to hold it in place.
3. The casualty should be taken to hospital, keeping their head inclined to the injured side.

IMPORTANT:
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Never plug the injured ear or insert anything into the ear canal.

IMPORTANT:
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Bloody, watery fluid leaking from ear may indicate serious head injury. Urgent medical attention is required.

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EYE INJURIES

1. CORROSIVE CHEMICALS
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What to look out for:
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• Pain
• Swelling of eyelid
• Red, swollen and/or watering eye

What to do:
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1. Gently hold the casualty’s eye open under cold running water for at least 10 minutes. You could also use a jug or glass.
2. Cover the injured eye with a sterile dressing and secure with a bandage.
3. Ensure the casualty is taken to hospital.

IMPORTANT:
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Never allow the casualties to touch their eye.

——–o0o——-

2. FOREIGN BODY IN THE EYE
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What to look out for:
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• Pain
• Twitching eyelid
• Bloodshot and watering eye
• Difficulty in seeing

What to do:
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1. Gently separate the casualty’s eyelids with your finger and thumb and look carefully for the foreign body.
2. Wash it out using an eye-bath or clean water from a glass.
3. If this is unsuccessful, try removing it with the damp corner of a clean handkerchief or cotton bud.

IMPORTANT:
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Never attempt to remove anything embedded in the eye. Cover the eye with a sterile dressing and ensure the casualty is taken to hospital.

——o0o——-

3.EYE WOUNDS
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What to look out for:
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• Pain
• Bleeding
• Difficulty in seeing

What to do:
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1. Get the casualty to lie on their back and keep their eyes as still as possible.
2. Cover the injured eye with a sterile dressing then secure with a bandage, covering both eyes to stop them moving the injured eye.
3. Ensure the casualty is taken to hospital.

IMPORTANT:
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Never try to remove an embedded foreign body.

———-o0o———-

ELECTRIC SHOCK

What to look out for:
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• Unconsciousness
• Burns

What to do:
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1. Only approach the casualty once the current is off or the contact is broken. If possible, switch current off at the mains. Break the contact between the electrical source and the casualty with something dry and non-conductive, such as a broom handle or a rolled up newspaper.
2. Check the casualty’s breathing and pulse; and be ready for artificial ventilation or cardiopulmonary resuscitation if necessary.
3. Call an ambulance.

IMPORTANT:
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If high voltage electricity is involved, call an ambulance and stay well clear of the area until help arrives.

——-o0o——–

Credits to : http://peperonity.com/go/sites/mview/first.aid/20895592