Thursday, October 13, 2011

.that thing you feel.

i worry and think too much when it comes to covering my aurat. please don’t go twisting my words into something else (people around me tend to do that, why ah? this is for another entry!) i’m not saying that it’s a burden for me to obey, love and honour Allah’s biddings...no, no, no. what i meant is, there’s this feeling or call-it-what-you-want that you will feel when you are about to do something wrong or when you’re actually doing it. that is the only thing that will either totally or temporarily stop you.

get it? have you ever been in the same situation?

define wrong, you say. well…yours and mine might differ. therefore….although i was mortified when i saw this, i could understand why it occurs. this is because what i think is not okay, might be okay to you.

but the thing is, when did we lose the precious link between faith and logic? how could we let there be a separation in our belief and our daily practice? you think that through and let me know, okay?

all right….now, imagine a lady in her 40s, appraising her from head to toe. she is looking prim and proper, wearing a fashionable tudung and and an elegant baju kurung, covering all her aurat. and then when your eyes glance down.....

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you could see her legs!

here is the visualization of what i’m trying to share.


please wear kain dalam. there’s no point of covering your hair and other parts but letting your legs be seen, even if it's in the shadow of your kain baju kurung. the age is only an example so don't take it to heart. and bear in mind, this is an example of a knee length baju kurung. can you picture the view if it's a kebaya pendek or a blouse worn with a sheer long skirt? 

inspired by sue anna joe’s wear it right campaign. she had came up with these two; covering the chest is the best and say what? cover the butt.

p/s: yeah i know 'bare' is not the best choice of word but it rhymes with 'beware'! hahah. but you get my point right?


p/p/s: do you feel what i feel? yes? no?
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thank you for reading!

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