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Hasrizal Abdul Jamil

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Hasrizal holds a Bachelor of Sharia (Honours) from Mu’tah University, Jordan (2001). He is the academic director at Khalifah Model School (Secondary), an integrated private Islamic school owned by Khalifah Education Foundation. Trained in learning, education and technology, studying education entrepreneurship (MEE) at Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OAMK), Finland. An educator and learning designer, blogger and author, advocates children-centered education, parenting and domestic policy.

Hasrizal succeeded in bookwriting after his AKU TERIMA NIKAHNYA (2008) became one of the National Best Sellers. He proceeded with many more books, such as BERCINTA SAMPAI KE SYURGA (2009), MURABBI CINTA (2010), RINDU BAU POHON TIN (2009), SECANGKIR TEH
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Hasrizal Abdul Jamil So far, I wrote because I have something to write and it is only in a size of a blog entry. My consistency is not on the writing part, but on the thin…moreSo far, I wrote because I have something to write and it is only in a size of a blog entry. My consistency is not on the writing part, but on the thinking, observing, and finding answers to questions I had in my mind. That forced me to write from one day to another. Having a strong motivation on writing but not on the content to write, it doesn't work for me. I'm still learning. Thank you for your question 😊(less)
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil I prefer writing, both books and blog entries, because I easily make mistakes when giving speech, but I have better control when writing. I regret mor…moreI prefer writing, both books and blog entries, because I easily make mistakes when giving speech, but I have better control when writing. I regret more after talking, than after writing something.(less)
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Kisah Tasta’nisu Dan Berhalus Dalam Berkelakuan

Benda kecil pun hendak dibesarkan? Pertanyaan ini petanda ada penyakit jiwa yang berkait dengan penyakit fikiran juga. Syarat pertama menyembuhkannya adalah mengakui dahulu yang wujudnya penyakit berkenaan. Mari saya kisahkan. Semasa melawat Rumah Gadang di Sumatera Barat ini, antara penerangan yang saya ingat ialah tetamu yang masuk ke rumah akan duduk membelakang bilik-bilik di dalamnya. …
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Rindu Bau Pohon Tin by Hasrizal Abdul Jamil
"Membaca buku ini membuat hati menjadi sebak. Teringat kenangan 4 tahun di sana.
Sudah dua tahun berlalu, namun kenangan itu masih segar diingatan.

Tidak dinafikan. Terlalu banyak kenangan buruk di sana. Tapi itulah yang dirindukan. Kenangan yang sangat" Read more of this review »
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"Sangat sesuai dibaca oleh penuntut ilmu bagi membangkitkan semangat dan mengingatkan kembali tujuan sebenar berpenat lelah di jalan ilmu yang tidak menjanjikan harta dunia tetapi insyaa Allah ganjaran di akhirat sana. Erti hidup pada memberi: semoga " Read more of this review »
Secangkir Teh Pengubat Letih by Hasrizal Abdul Jamil
"Dalam label kita kepada Turki sebagai negara Islam paling sekular, rupa rupanya Turki menyimpan seribu rahsia pergelutan dan penentangan setiap hari oleh rakyatnya yang mencintai agama ini dengan Iman yang ikhlas dan jitu. Pertama yang menjadi persoa" Read more of this review »
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“Orang yang tidak pernah dibakar panas mentari, mustahil menghargai rimbun berteduh - peribahasa Turki.”
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil, Secangkir Teh Pengubat Letih

“Wahai anak, kamu mungkin lebih bijak dari kami, tetapi kamu tidak mungkin dapat mengatasi kasih seorang ibu dan napa. Kamu menyayangi kami selepas kamu bijak, tetapi kami mengasihi kamu sebelum kami lahir”
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil

“Tidak makan kerana tiada makanan, itu bukan pelajaran.
Tidak minum kerana tiada minuman, itu bukan latihan.
ketika kita ada segalanya untuk dimakan, namun kita memilih untuk tidak makan, kerana mentaati Allah, itulah latihan. Ia adalah latihan untuk berkata TIDAK kepada sesetangah kenahuan diri, supaya kita dapat tingkatkan daya kawalan diri! ”
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil , Aku Terima Nikahnya 3: Murabbi Cinta

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Kumpulan interaksi bersama penulis dan pembaca karya-karya Hasrizal Abdul Jamil semenjak Saifulislam.Com (1997) dan buku Aku Terima Nikahnya (2008)
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