Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Sedih Nya,...

This is on the front page of Harian Metro..

I'd like to meet the anak dan menantu....


UPDATE : THURSDAY, JAN 14

Harian Metro got the man's son ....

26 comments:

Retrogina said...

AAARRRGGGHHHHHHHH! ! !

edelweiss said...

kak ena...

i pun sama...ishhh geram betoiiii!!! dibesarkan, disekolahkan..nak jaga bapak bila bapak memerlukan pun payahhhh! dan menantu tuh tak sedaq ka??? tanpa bapak tuh, takder lah laki awakkkkkk!!! ishhhhh

Anonymous said...

tak lama lagi bisnes makanan anak pak cik ni akan bangkrap dan bila tua nanti, anak anak mereka juga kan melakukan demikian. Allah akan bayar cash kepada mereka yang menzalimi orang tua mereka

Anonymous said...

I inclination not agree on it. I over precise post. Expressly the title attracted me to study the whole story.

airman_1 said...

memang menyedihkan ..tapi kadang2 kita perlu memikirkan kenapa prkara ini brlaku, dimana silapnya
ibu bapa, anak2..

Anonymous said...

Melayu mudah lupa . . .

Anonymous said...

Whilst the act is totally uncalled for, one must alway look at the other side of the story to get an understanding. It was said the father is divorced from the mother. Who knows probably he was an evil husband who used to abuse his wife and children and God knows what else...

Anonymous said...

Kadang-kadang kalau kesusahan datang, kita kena tanya kenapa? Sepertimana kalau bencana alam menimpa sesebuah negara, memang kesian rakyatnya, tetapi kenapa bencana itu berlaku?

Begitu juga bapa dalam kes ini. Kalau dia tidak buat apa-apa, memang kesian, tapi kalau sebaliknya?

Ramli Mohd Yunus said...

Dear Nuraina,

I`d just could not believe it. Even animals love their siblings.

Life is so short and yet they `booked` hell!

Or is it too much stress in life?

Anonymous said...

There's always two sides of the story no? Let's not forget that before they become *orang tua* they were parents first. And well,you usually reap what you sow. Am a firm believer that if you give love and showed you care you somehow will get it back. Don't do it because you expect something in return. Do it because its the right thing to do and its good for all.

Anonymous said...

I sincerely believe that if you treat a child with kindness and love, he or she will treat you the same when you're old.

But if you treat your child macam anak ayam, ternak anak instead of bela atau didik anak, then you reap what you sow.

Anonymous said...

Bapa ini telah meninggalkan ibu kepada anak-anaknya bebeapa tahun yang lalu.
There must be more to this.
Maybe this is only part of a longer string of issues that had been going for years.
So, never expect a return for what you have given.

MAthin2 said...

This is truly a sad case. Even sadder are some of the comments here condoning such actions.

No matter how bad his childhood was, the son is alive and here today because of his parents. Instead of being proud of his tough upbringing, he holds a foolish grudge.

Anyway, the son will get what's coming to him whether by divine intervention, fate or more likely, when he become an old man himself. You can be sure that his children will treat him the same way as he would pass the same immature values (or defected genes) to his offspring.

Anonymous said...

I am not condoning this ok.... Like one commentator said....what goes around comes around....

Example my ex husband....org langkawi jugak....lepas tangan dengan anak anak dan family that is why I divorce him..

Duit anak yang tengah sekolah dalam akaun kita bagi kat anak dia pinjam...Bila kita angin anak kita minta balik dia kata tunjuk resit... Itu anak tak kerja lagi...dan dia masih muda larat cari duit.

Always two side to the coin.....

selampit said...

Suwey punye anak! Sampai ati dia main campak ayah kandung dia macam kucing aje. Ayah tengah sakit pulak tu.

Kalau ayah dia perangai tak senonoh masa muda dulu sekalipun, tak boleh le sampai macam tu sekali.

Dari sudut kemanusian memang salah, dari sudut agama lagi le.

Anonymous said...

please please please can some blogger put up his photo so that we can know how he looks like?

and his address and place of work too!

Anonymous said...

Dear Nuraina,

How are you? It has been months since I posted a comment on your blog.

My father was taken critically ill. Thank God he survived his illness although many would not. The last two months were very difficult for us both mentally and physically. He scolded those close to him to no ends and shouted at us in front of the doctors. I was cross with him because he was being too difficult to manage. After a few weeks I realised he has during that time lost a fair bit of his memory. It may be related to the amount of blood loss, the 15 pints of blood transfused, the 48 hrs of dialysis and so many other medical procedures.

Today, he is a different person and he ask me the same question 20 times in a day. He cannot comprehend the hours and minutes in a day. Sometimes he remembers things and manytimes he remembers nothing. Everyday we will have wonderful things to laugh about - he laughs with us as well. It is a new experience for all of us. We are bless we have him with us today. My father is under my care at the moment and my life revovles around his and his around the family.

When I read the article, I did not think the son was bad, but it is a misfortune that he did not have the patience to bear with his ailing father's behaviour. Many things are sometimes easier said than done. I am sorry for the father and for the son. When a person is ill, especially after an operation or having gone through extensive medical treatments they can be very difficult - not from their own doing but the effects of medications. We must therefore, pray to God to give us the strength to manage our emotions better to allow us to deal with ourselves better this trying time.

I hope Allah will give the son wisdom, patience, and forgive him and open up his heart to approach his father to seek forgiveness and carry out his necessary duties.

Atat

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Anonymous said...

Mathins,

So er.. by wishing all hell for the son makes you a better person????

gedek! said...

Nooo!

Salt N Turmeric said...

Kak Ena, i cant believe wht your anon commenter wrote. Im pretty sure its the same person over and over again and he/she sounded like the story is abt him/her.

What a shameful act! No matter how bad your mother/father was to you or your family they are still your parents.

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tder said...

Salam alaik Sis Nuraina,
No news from his daughter in Langkawi (if I am not wrong)?
just asking :-)

Kerabu Jantung said...

Bak kata, macam cerita dalam drama tv!
Ada juga yang mengunci ibu yang nyanyuk dalam bilik, dan pelbagai lagi perlakuan yang sezalim dengannya!

Anonymous said...

I have heard that old people may do things out of the ordinary. Someone told me that senile old people may even eat their own shit although don't know if this is true. Some would become vulgar and start scolding for no reason. Whatever the reason, the humane thing to do is to put an elderly senile person in a home rather than throw him or her out in the gutter.


Never forget that good or bad, we came from our parent's loins