Darul Izzah Love
Post by MamaFiza on August 27, 2007
Update: from Darul Izzah with love
Orphanage kids; They are so special to me as my great grandma, my beloved grandma and my sweet mother always showed me to respect and caring for orphanage.
This is what I’m teaching my kiddies.
In my past days, I love to visit orphanage house with my colleague; MMU PBSM Club.
We spread our love and hope, sharing our knowledge with orphanage kids around Puchong, Selangor and Kajang, Selangor (Rumah KITA).
All of the house that I had visited were non-Muslim house.
I didn’t care about the religion or skin color, as for me; love is from anyone whom have a hand in everyone whom needed.
There, those kiddies sometimes asked me; Sister, are you a Chinese or an Indian?
(They confused about my race due to all my colleague are Chinese and Indian, except one; it’s me, a Malay girl)
I always replied; I’m none of them, I just a normal human being like you.
Their house were goodly occupied with lots of accommodation such as library, computers, study table for each one, bed, clothing, washing machines, refrigerator and field.
Alhamdulillah, I am happy for them.
We love to play soccer game together, fun games, painting and even more!
We teaches valuable morality for these kids. We just moved to our new studio last April 2007.
My mission is to find new orphanage house around the area that we could share our love.I managed to find; Darul Izzah.
A Muslim orphanage house.
Made my staff to call and tell them that I’ll be there at noon to share our foods.
My first time ever visit; I am truly sad!
The house were cluttered with dangerous stuff (looks like construction material), the place were messy and most of all; lack of facilities.
Those kids didn’t have computer, study table or even good place to study.
Poor them; the place even had smelly smells.
Why could this happen? Don’t ask me, ask yourself.
Think again, have we done any good for our community?
Yes, first do good to our family, seconds lend your hand to them. Please help this kids.
Think twice before you want to throw away any good furniture or books. Think about them.
Darul Izzah. My staff. Me. Care Worker.
On our first month at Darul Izzah, we treated those kiddies with KFC for lunch and I used my break-time to be with them; chit-chatting and they show me their interest in drawing comic -that’s my major in university.
They felt awkward on why on earth I know too much about comics, they even showed me their drawings and asked me to teach them.
Me. Darul Izzah’s kiddies. My staff.
They thought I am Kaoru, a comic artis from Gempak & Starz, no I said, that’s my beloved friend, she’s so sweet and kind.
I just one of Gempak Cosplayer in 2003
I’ll told Kaoru my visited.
My husband and I took all our own special collection of comics since year 1999 till 2004; Gempak, Starz & Utopia on our second month with KFC treats at Darul Izzah; we donated it for our love!
They were so happy and those comics looks totally new due to my strict rule of reading comic from my childhood days.
We also bought them a comfy book rack so that they could learn how to take care of those comics.
I met their care worker and told him to give the children to read those comics only on Saturday and Sunday.
I want them to excel in everything at the same time used their free time in good ways.
I know this because I am addicted for comics since the age of 8 till now.
I’ll do anything to read my comics, I kept my saving for comics (yep, I am one of Dragon Balls maniac in my primary school – even build special website for DB!), cut my meal to save every penny that I had.
I even cheated my teacher; she said “Fiza, you’re so hardworking gals, always do your revision in free time at class”, but she didn’t realize that actually I attached my comic inside my Science text book while I’m reading so that she couldn’t find out! *gosh, hope she didn’t read this post*
Comic is good due to it have pictures.
Kids tend to love pictures more than normal history books, it’s ok due to it will develop their craving for reading.
I told him that and about my home school activities.
I want him to be strong and believe that everything is possible for those kids.
He was shocked and thrilled about my kiddies (due to they got one; a 9 years old boys still didn’t know how to read, however KiruaMi-cHan could read at the age of 3). Alhamdulillah, I replied, but please don’t compared.
My kids can because they still have a mother. But what about those orphanage?
I’ll try my best to be one of their volunteer for teaching those kids in my next visit. Insya-Allah.
Now, after we obtained our own family car, it’s made us easy to bring our kiddies to orphanage places instead of using rental car.
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