Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Poor and Rich


poor

  [poo r]  Show IPA adjective, poor·er, poor·est, noun.
adjective
1.
having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2.
Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3.
(of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4.
characterized by or showing poverty.
5.
deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6.
faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7.
deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8.
excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9.
of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10.
lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11.
deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12.
scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13.
humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14.
unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.



rich

  [rich]  Show IPA adjective, rich·er, rich·est, noun.
adjective
1.
having wealth or great possessions; abundantly supplied with resources, means, or funds; wealthy:a rich man; a rich nation.
2.
abounding in natural resources: a rich territory.
3.
having wealth or valuable resources (usually followed by in  ): a country rich in traditions.
4.
abounding (usually followed by in  or with  ): a countryside rich in beauty; a design rich with colors.
5.
of great value or worth; valuable: a rich harvest.
6.
(of food) delectably and perhaps unhealthfully spicy, or sweet and abounding in butter or cream: arich gravy; a rich pastry.
7.
costly, expensively elegant, or fine, as dress or jewels.
8.
sumptuous; elaborately abundant: a rich feast.
9.
using valuable materials or characterized by elaborate workmanship, as buildings or furniture.
10.
abounding in desirable elements or qualities: a man rich in kindness.
11.
(of wine) strong and finely flavored.
12.
(of color) deep, strong, or vivid: rich purple.
13.
full and mellow in tone: rich sounds; a rich voice.
14.
strongly fragrant; pungent: a rich odor.
15.
producing or yielding abundantly: a rich soil.
16.
abundant, plentiful, or ample: a rich supply.
17.
Automotive. (of a mixture in a fuel system) having a relatively high ratio of fuel to air ( contrastedwith lean ).
18.
Informal.
a.
highly amusing.
b.
ridiculous; absurd.





The above definition were given by www.dictionary.com

Anyway, what ever it is, we are free to give any definition according to what we think will fit in our life

My uncle defined poor, as someone who feels that they don’t have what they want in life, as for rich is someone who feels that they have everything that they wanted in life. It doesn’t means that a poor people don’t have money or a rich peoples have a lot of money

Anybody who have a lot of money, but still feels they needs to buy another house or cars or what ever they can buy, is considered as poor, where as those who feels that they had enough with a studio flat or a kancil to move around is considered as rich. 

Another thing that impressed me during this few days with him and his family is, where ever you go, always find MESJID to pray. It is more comfortable to pray in the mosque. I will try to follow his way of life. In this modern world, it is easier to practice ISLAM. I have a good iPhone/iPad app to find places. It calls around me. It is very easy to use. 

3rd Dec 2012, the itinerary goes like this, boys straight to Ducati Bristol to do some view of few Ducatis. Girls go to Windsor Castle. We supposed to meet at Kingston but because of not enough time, we went to Du Cane Road, (ny BIL’s flat) and have our dinner at Fitou’s Thai and Malaysian Restaurant. The foods are very good. 

They were stayed at 100 Picadilly, London, we went back to Birmingham in a white Audi  Q7 3.0L diesel. Very comfortable 7 seater monster. 

Yesterday, 4th Dec 2012, I went to view a Ford F450 in Manchester, and I managed to find a mosque to pray. There are a lot of Mosque around Cheetham Hills Road. The 92 miles journey back to Birmingham supposed not too long so I decided not to take my lunch. I would rather have my dinner at home. 

About 50 miles to Birmingham, there were a very long delay on a motorway. I decided to take a rest to skip the delay. Had my dinner at Costa with Margareta, twisted chocolate bread and a Garlic Latte. 

Stop at American Golf, and find a Taylormade R11S at the price of £199.00. Called my uncle if he interested in it, but the price is almost the same back in Malaysia. Arrived safely home at 5:30 pm. 

Looked into my sons bedroom. Their chest drawer was broken and all their cloths were lay on the floor. They asked my mercy, to find them a new wardrobe. Do some research and find a good solid pine wardrobe at a 50% discount from PineSolutions. Grab 2, one for my sons room and another one for my daughter’s room. It schedule to arrive on Friday, 7th Dec 2012. 


Dinner

Da angkat satu

Kena angkat gak ni

Ada ke patut Amir nak suruh wa beli Diavell kecik untuk dia. Cukuplah naik basikal beli kat car boot tu

Pannigale, very fast. Not for me. Actually all motor bike is not suitable for me 

Road King

Monster

While we were in Bristol, the girls were in Winsor Castle 

Shahjalal Jame Mosque, Bristol

Thai and Malaysia Restaurant London. Very good 
Apartment at 100 Picadilly London

Maka kami pon bliklah ke Birmingham setelah menghantar mereka ke Apartment

Fitou’s Thai and Malaysian Cuisine

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