Thursday, 13 November 2014

Memulas Biar Kena Pada Telinga | Mengias Biar Kena Pada Makna

(Untung Dijunjung.
Buntung Ditanggung)







26/3/2014
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
is a large park with an eminent garden
in Shinjuku and Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.
It was originally a residence of the Naito
family in the Edo period. 


(rindu terluka)




ILHAM MINDA 150
LUBUK AKAL TEPIAN ILMU
TITISAN RASA TITIAN KATA
(Short saying drawn from long experience)
(One man’s wit is all men’s wisdom)


41
Yang percaya hidupnya lebih ceria dan
yang yakin hidupnya lebih terjamin.


42
Lalui masa silam dengan azam dan lalui
masa hadapan dengan harapan.

43
Buat baik dengan berpada-pada tetapi
buat jelik jangan cuba-cuba.


44
Berpantang takut datang maut dan ber-
pantang lari datang mati.

45
Memulas biar kena pada telinga dan me-
ngias biar kena pada makna
.


46
Berbalah tak mendapat faedah dan ber-
tarung tak mendapat untung.
   
47
Untung sama-sama dijunjung tetapi bun-
tung sama-sama ditanggung
.


48
Belum diugut sudah melutut dan belum
digertak sudah merangkak.

49
Belum didesak sudah bersetuju dan be-
lum digertak sudah mengaku. 


50
Bersungguh selepas terjatuh dan ber-
ikhtiar selepas terlantar.







26/3/2014  
The garden, which is 58.3 hectares 
in area with a circumference of 3.5 km,
blends three distinct styles: a French Formal
and English Landscape in the north and to
the south a Japanese traditional. A traditional
Japanese tea house can be found
within the gardens.



(mimpi terleka)



 





Shinjuku Gyoen
is home to a large number of cherry trees
of more than a dozen different varieties.
From late March to early April, more than
400 somei yoshino trees blossom around
the English garden turning the lawns into
one of Tokyo's most popular and pleasant
hanami spots.




Aram 150(e)
Teratak Seriteratai

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