ECPI TANGKAK Ledang , Muar dan Bukit Indah Nusajaya, Johor

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ANDA BOLEH MENGUJI KEHEBATANNYA SENDIRI
MENGAWAL GULA DALAM DARAH
Lihat perbezaan bacaan gula dalam darah selepas sejam meminum air ECPI

MEMBANTU MENGEMBALIKAN KESEIMBANGAN
Bertindak balas cepat terhadap sebarang permasalahan kesihatan. Lihat perubahan terhadap simptom.

CEPAT MERANGSANG TENAGA
Merangsang tambahan tenaga serta menghilangkan keletihan dengan cepat

GANGGUAN MAKHLUK HALUS
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MENGELUARKAN TOKSID
Rokok akan berubah rasa selepas diletakan selama 15-20 minit.

MELANCARKAN PERJALANAN DARAH
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KECANTIKAN KULIT
Amalkan mencuci muka dengan air ECPI. Kulit akan menjadi bertambah muda dan segar.

OBESITI
ECPI mampu membantu mengatasi masalah obesiti kaedah mudah dan selamat.
51 SEBAB SAINTIFIK MENGAPA PERLU MEMINUM ECPI 8-10 GELAS @ 2.5-3.0 LITER SEHARI

1. Tubuh badan kehilangan bendalir / air di dalam tubuh di antara 6-8 gelas sehari dan ia wajib diganti 8-10 gelas atau 2.5-3.0 liter sehari.
2. Tubuh badan memerlukan air yang halus, suci, beroksigen tinggi, berkolid, nano-mineral, berakali, diamond clustered dan mengandungi tenaga therepeutic seperti air ECPI atau air zam-zam.
3. Kekurangan air boleh mengganggu fungsi organ dan akhirnya membunuh.
4. Merangsang tenaga yang diperlukan oleh tubuh badan.
5. Menghasilkan tenaga elektrik dan tenaga mekanikal yang diperlukan oleh sel.
6. Membentuk ikatan kukuh struktur sel.
7. Menghindar dan menbaiki kerosakkan DNA yang tidak normal.
8. Merangsang sistem imun.
9. Bertindak sebagai pelarut / bendalir yang membantu proses penhadaman.
10. Memberi tenaga kepada makanan untuk proses penhadaman.
11. Meningkatkan kadar penyerapan bahan penting yang terdapat di dalam makanan.
12. Membantu proses pengankutan semua bahan di dalam tubuh.
13. Meningkatkan kemampuan sel darah merah mengumpul oksigen.
14. Membawa oksigen ke dalam sel dan membawa gas buangan keluar.
15. Mengeluarkan semua sisa-sisa toksid dari seluruh badan.
16. Bertindak melicinkan kawasan sendi dan menghindarkan sakit sendi dan sakit belakang.
17. Membina kekuatan tulang rangka.
18. Membantu mengatasi masalah sebelit.
19. Membantu mengatasi masalah serangan jantung dan angin ahmar.
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21. Sangat berkesan di dalam membantu sistem penyejukan badan, perpeluhan dan pemanasan badan.
22. Membekalkan tenaga elektrik bagi merangsang fungsi otak.
23. Sangat diperlukan oleh hormon terutamanya neuro tranmiter termasuk serotonin.
24. Sangat diperlukan bagi menghasilkan hormon otak termasuk melatonin.
25. Menghindar dan mengatasi sindrom kurang perhatian.
26. Menambah tenaga.
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27. Mempunyai ciri terbaik dan boleh diminum tanpa kesan sampingan.
28. Membantu mengurangkan stress dan kemurungan.
29. Mampu mengatasi masalah tidur.
30. Mengekalkan awet muda.
31. Memperbaiki tahap penglihatan.
32. Merangsang sistem pembuatan darah.
33. Merangsang sistem pembuatan darah dan mengelakkan masalah luekimia dan lymphoma.
34. Menjadikan sistem imunisasi lebih efektif.
35. Melarut serta mengelakkan pembekuan darah serta mengstabilkan viscosity, isipadu dan tekanan darah.
36. Mengatasi masalah senggugut.
37. Memulihkan sistem penghasilan darah.
38. Mengatasi masalah pemendapan di dalam saluran darah.
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40. Meningkatkan kemampuan tubuh menghasilkan hormon seks dan mengatasi masalah lemah syhawat.
41. Memisahkan sensasi lapar dan dahaga.
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43. Membersih mendapan pada sel, tisu, ruang sendi, buah pinggang, hati, otak dan kulit.
44. Mengurangkan kesakitan sewaktu kehamilan.
45. Membantu mengurangkan masalah keguguran.
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49. Meningkatkan sistem imun serta mewujudkan beberapa lapisan daya tahan.
50. Mengkoordinasi seluruh tubuh badan dan mampu mengubati setiap jenis penyakit.
51. Minuman berfungsi tinggi untuk tenaga, kesihatan dan kecantikan.

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November 19, 2009 at 7:21 am 3 comments

Who Ayatollah Khomeini?

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yatollah Ruhollah Musavi Khomeini was born on September 24, 1902, according to most sources. The title Ayatollah (the Sign of God) reflected his scholarly religious standing in the Shia Islamic tradition. His first name, Ruhollah (the Spirit of God), is a common name in spite of its religious meaning, and his last name is taken from his birthplace, the town of Khomein, which is about 200 miles south of Tehran, Iran’s capital city. His father, Mustapha Musavi, was the chief cleric (those with religious authority) of the town and was murdered only five months after the birth of Ruhollah. The child was raised by his mother (Hajar) and aunt (Sahebeh), both of whom died when Ruhollah was about fifteen years old.

Ayatollah Khomeini’s life after childhood went through three different phases. The first phase, from 1908 to 1962, was marked mainly by training, teaching, and writing in the field of Islamic studies. At the age of six he began to study the Koran, Islam’s holy book, and also elementary Persian, an ancient language of Iran. Later, he completed his studies in Islamic law, ethics, and spiritual philosophy under the supervision of Ayatollah Abdul Karim Haeri-ye Yazdi, in Qom, where he also got married and had two sons and three daughters. Although during this scholarly phase of his life Khomeini was not politically active, the nature of his studies, teachings, and writings revealed that he firmly believed in political activism by clerics (religious leaders).

The second phase of Khomeini’s life, from 1962 to 1979, was marked by political activism which was greatly influenced by his strict, religious interpretation of Shia Islam. He practically launched his fight against the shah’s regime (the king’s rule) in 1962, which led to the eruption of a religious and political rebellion on June 5, 1963. This date (fifteenth of Khurdad in the Iranian solar calendar) is regarded by the revolutionists as the turning point in the history of the Islamic movement in Iran. The shah’s bloody crushing of the uprising was followed by the exile (forced removal) of Khomeini in 1964, first to Iraq then to France.

Khomeini’s religious and political ideas became more extreme and his entry into active political opposition reflected a combination of events in his life. First, the deaths of the two leading Iranian religious leaders left leadership open to Khomeini. Second, although ever since the rise of Reza Shah Pahlavi (1878–1944) to power in the 1920s, the clerical class had been on the defensive because of his movements away from certain

The third phase of Khomeini’s life began with his return to Iran from exile on February 1, 1979, after Muhammad Reza Shah had been forced to step down two weeks earlier. On February 11 revolutionary forces loyal to Khomeini seized power in Iran, and Khomeini emerged as the founder and the supreme leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

From the perspective of Khomeini and his followers, the Iranian Revolution went through several “revolutionary” phases. The first phase began with Khomeini’s appointment of Mehdi Bazargan as the head of the “provisional government” on February 5, 1979, and ended with his fall on November 6, two days after the capture of the U.S. embassy (the U.S. headquarters in Iran).

The second revolution was marked by the elimination of mainly nationalist forces, or forces devoted to the interests of a culture. As early as August 20, 1979, twenty-two newspapers that clashed with Khomeini’s views were ordered closed. In terms of foreign policy, the landmarks of the second revolution were the destruction of U.S.-Iran relations and the admission of the shah to the United States on October 22, 1979. Two weeks later, Khomeini instructed Iranian students to “expand with all their might their attacks against the United States” in order to force the extradition (legal surrender) of the shah. The seizure of the American embassy on November 4 led to 444 days of agonizing dispute between the United States and Iran until the release of the hostages on January 21, 1981.

The so-called third revolution began with Khomeini’s dismissal of President Abul Hassan Bani-Sadr on June 22, 1981. Bani-Sadr’s fate was a result of Khomeini’s determination to eliminate from power any individual or group that could stand in the way of the ideal Islamic Republic of Iran. This government, however, had yet to be molded thoroughly according to his interpretation of Islam. In terms of foreign policy, the main characteristics of the third revolution were the continuation of the Iraq-Iran war, expanded efforts to export the “Islamic revolution,” and increasing relations with the Soviet Union, a once-powerful nation that was made up of Russia and several other smaller nations.

The revolution began going through yet a fourth phase in late 1982. Domestically, the clerical class had combined its control, prevented land distribution, and promoted the role of the private citizens. Internationally, Iran sought a means of ending its status as an outcast and tried to distance itself from terrorist groups. It expanded commercial relations with Western Europe, China, Japan, and Turkey and reduced interaction with the Soviet Union. Iran also claimed that the door was open for re-establishing relations with the United States.

After the revolution

In November of 1986 President Ronald Reagan (1911–) admitted that the United States had secretly supplied some arms to Iran for their war against Iraq. This controversy led to a lengthy governmental investigation to see if federal laws had been violated in what would become known as the Iran-Contra affair.

In 1988 Khomeini and Iran accepted a cease-fire with Iraq after being pressured by the United Nations, a multi-national, peace-keeping organization. On February 14, 1989, Khomeini sentenced writer Salman Rushdie (1947–) to death, without a trial, in a legal ruling called a fatwa. Khomeini deemed Rushdie’s novel “The Satanic Verses” to be blasphemous, or insulting to God, because of its unflattering portrait of Islam.

Before his death from cancer in Iran on June 3, 1989, Khomeini designated President Ali Khamenei to succeed him. Khomeini is still a popular figure to Iranians. Each year on the anniversary of his death, hundreds of thousands of people attend a ceremony at his shrine at the Behesht-e-Zahra cemetery.

Bakhash, Shaul. The Region of the Ayatollahs: Iran and the Islamic Revolution. New York: Basic Books, 1984.

Hiro, Dilip. Iran Under the Ayatollahs. London: Routledge & K. Paul, 1985.

Moin, Baqer. Khomeini: Life of the Ayatollah. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2000.

Rajaee, Farhang. Islamic Values and World View: Khomeyni on Man, the State and International Politics. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1983.

November 19, 2009 at 6:43 am 3 comments

work or nothing to dooo

 

 

Write your troubles in dust, your blessings in marble

it’s how I arrange my mind. I already decided to love my work. It’s a decision I make every morning when I wake up. I have a choice; I can spend the day in bed recounting the difficulty I have with the parts of my body that no longer work, or get out of bed and be thankful for the ones that do. Each day is a gift, and as long as my eyes open I’ll focus on the new day and all the happy memories I’ve stored away, just for this time in my life.”

ive simple rules my self do to be happy:
1.Pray to Allah n always
Remember Allah

2. Free your mind from worries.

3. Live simply.

4. Give more. 5. Expect less.

5.Free your heart from hatred

November 16, 2009 at 1:27 pm Leave a comment


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