Wednesday, September 02, 2015


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Ikiwa siku ya chache baada ya tukio la kusikitisha la kuteketea moto kwa watu 9 wa familia pale Buguruni, D'Salaam, vifuatavyo ni vitu vya kujifunza (few tips to learn) inapotokea dharura ya moto ndani ya nyumba:
1.     Kitu cha muhimu ni kutoka nje salama haraka iwezekanavyo (as soon as possible).
2.     Hakikisha (ensure) kila siku mlango wa dharura (emergency exit) ya nyumba ni umekaa kwa urahisi iwezekanvyo (as simple as possible). Kila mtu ajue funguo za milango ya kutokea zinapowekwa, sio zinafichwa balaa. Have an ermegence exit whenever possible.
3.     Fahamu kwamba ktk matukio mengi ya moto (in most cases) kinachoua ni moshi kabla ya moto, hivyo ukiona dalili ya moshi hakikisha unakuwa na kitambaa kibichi cha kujifunika puani na mdomoni, na kama moshi umeanza kuingia ulipo tambaa chini (crawl down) sababu hewa ya uhai (oxygen) ina uzito (density) kubwa kuliko hewa ya kifo (carbon monoxide) hivyo inakuwa imekandamizwa chini sentimita chache kutoka kwenye sakafu (few centimeters from the floor). Hivyo tembea kwa kutambaa.
4.     Hakikisha unawajulisha watu wote (Ensure you alert everybody) kama wamelala ili waweze kutoka nje haraka.
5.      Achana na fikra ya kuokoa vitu, ktk hatua hii cha muhimu ni kuokoa uhai kwanza.
6.      Kumbuka, muda ni kitu cha msingi, fanya haraka iwezekanavyo (quick as possible) katika kujiokoa na kuokoa wengine.
7.     Ni muhimu nyumba zetu kuziwekea kiashiria moshi (smoke detectors) na pia kizima moto (fire extinguishers). Kugundua haraka (early detection) ya moto ni muhimu sana ili kuweza kuudhibiti kirahisi. Smoke detector ni mashine ya elektroniki ambayo inagundua moshi ktk hatua ya mwanzo kabisa na itapiga kelele (alarm) kwa sauti ya juu, itakusaidia kuamka hata kama upo usingizini na kuweza kujiokoa na kuokoa wengine na kuuzima moto kabla hujashika kasi.
Shukrani na sambaza ujumbe huu kwa wengine

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Hijab Inspiration

Why Hijab?
Because ALLAH (GOD) created women right in the shades of JANNAH from the ribs of 
ADAM. Peace be upon Him and our Prophet (S.A.W).

Hijab is beautiful so make it look beautiful. 
Wear it with Love, with Pride and most of it wear it right.

Ramadan Kareem 

Prepare yourself for Ramadan 2015

As Muslims, we are forever and a day thrilled when Ramadan is getting close. We start to spend more time with our family, enjoy the festive impression and take a better look at our souls. For sure, we all prepared mentally and emotionally for Ramadan.

May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity. As the holy occasion of
Ramadan is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of mirth and love,
here is hoping this festival of beauty brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment,
that stay with you through the days ahead.

Wish all of you very Happy Ramadan

Thursday, March 19, 2015

How to Learn to Love Yourself

Do you dream of the day when you’re able to look in the mirror and actually like what you see? What if you took it one step further and found that you loved the image looking back at you? Not the fake kind of love where you try to convince yourself that you really are a decent person, but the love that is true and genuine and felt from the bottom of your heart.

Is that even possible?

Accept that you’re exactly where you’re meant to be at this moment in time

That means that all of your past “mistakes” and “failures” shouldn’t be looked at as negative, or bad. In fact, they were necessary to put you in this particular spot in your life, which is exactly where you need to be at this moment in time to continue to advance forward.

This means that you can quit beating yourself up for things that you did or didn’t do yesterday, last year or decades ago. Take whatever happened, learn from it and then let it go.

The exciting part of this notion (beyond dropping all the baggage that has likely been weighing you down) is that great things certainly lie in your future. You are getting yourself set up for wonderful things to come to pass; a life of opportunity awaits you.

Know that you don’t owe anyone else an explanation for who you are

Do you ever talk to someone and feel you need to justify your thoughts or feelings? Like you have to defend your reasons or actions?

Here’s the thing: You don’t owe anyone an explanation for how you think, what you believe or who you are. The only one you have to answer to is yourself (and a higher spirit, if that’s your belief).

To conquer this one, you need to have the attitude of a mother whose only explanation to her child is “because I said so.” You feel the way you do period. End of discussion.

Appreciate your own individual strengths

We all have weaknesses, or things we’d rather change about ourselves. However, the problem comes in when you spend more time thinking about the areas where you need to improve than you do about the areas that you’ve already mastered, or excelled in.

You can’t love yourself if you’re constantly nitpicking your flaws. So, it’s time to let go of the abusiveness that you’re giving to your inner being and become more of a coach and cheerleader that promotes and honors the wonderful traits and abilities you possess.

Sit down and make a list of all the things you like about yourself. (Now is not the time to be modest.) Be honest about the great qualities that you feel you have and be sure to include the ones that others have complimented you on. When you’re feeling down about who you are, pull out the list and remind yourself how fantastic you truly are.

Appreciate other people’s strengths for what they are

All too often we don’t just appreciate the good things we see in other people. We idolize them and put them on a pedestal far above where we are. We compare ourselves to them and wish we were more like them, making ourselves feel subpar.

That’s why you need to appreciate other people for the strengths that they possess in a way that doesn’t involve you at all. They aren’t there for comparison with who we are. They’re human just like us, which means that they have faults as well. Just because you don’t currently see them doesn’t mean that they don’t exist.

When you notice that you’re admiration for someone else is making you feel bad about yourself, you need to put it in perspective. Remind yourself that they are good at some things and you are good at others. In fact, truth be told, they probably look up to you for certain things just as much as you look up to them.

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