Lifted this from here - http://greenrubberband.blogspot.com/ - the image tugs at my heartstrings; the child's look of innocence and her piety got to me somehow and I just thought I would like to share it with you.
Puteri, this reminds me of the little girls who went to terawikh prayers with their mothers. Even though their attention span is limited, they were very serious in doing what they did during that time. Ada yang berhenti, beralih tengok sana sini, but such innocence in their faces!
Obsolutely, Kak Teh... charming, isn't it? :)
Ahah... panggilan tanah suci dah mula menggamit-gamit Kak Puteri ni kan? Kan?
Heheheheh Pi.. posting tentang tu kaming kaming! LOL
Looking at little girls in telekung gives you a smile..so cute.Remember when our kids pun tak sabar nak donned the telekungs when they were small..now kena tanya.."you dah smbahyang?"hehehe..
Kak Puteri,Sincere and pure, and cantik of course. Just the sight I love to see at the mosque, these young buds as they worship God Almighty.
Salam Kak,Masa kita kekecik doa kita sikit jer.."Ampun kan dosa kami sekeluarga..dunia dan akhirat"tengok gambar budak yang sesuci tu..teringat kita akan nostalgia suci doa kita..alangkah bertuahnya badan jika masa boleh di kembalikan...aduh...buat saya sedih...hu hu hu...
Salam sis... first time leaving my comment here... I know this image very well... it appeared on the cover of a Buku Panduan Sembahyang Kanak-Kanak Perempuan which my late hubby got our firstborn when she was 6... what's not to love about this image, kan?
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