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Take 5 : How To Frost A Cake

Salam wbt.
Bismillah.
It's a new semester. New subject.
Today was organising day. Organising money. Organising timetable. Organising table. Organising thoughts. Organising life.
So when the engine runs for a long time, it became hot. That calls for a small break.
And it lead to this.


Happy watching. Happy learning.
This is how you frost a cake.
This tutorial is using ganache. But be it buttercream, creamcheese, etcetera, the technique is rather similar :)



Random Worries

Salam wbt.
Bismillah.
Lagi dua hari, saya akan mengambil penerbangan terakhir saya untuk ke Moscow daripada Malaysia, insyaAllah.
Tempoh hidup di Russia bakal berakhir. Tinggal 6 bulan sahaja lagi.
6 tahun bukanlah tempoh yang sekejap.
Satu perempat hayat hidup dihabiskan disana.
Perubahan fasa remaja kepada awal dewasa.
Fasa yang mengdefinasikan siapa saya.
Belajar bidang yang rata-rata digeruni orang. Belajar hidup jauh dari keluarga. Belajar membuat keputusan. Belajar menguruskan hidup. Belajar kerenah perangai manusia. Belajar mendengar. Belajar memasak. Eh.
Dan yang paling bermakna sekali,  belajar apa itu makna sebenar sebuah kehidupan.
Berdebar-debar. Kerana hanya tinggal 6 bulan, untuk melengkapkan diri menjadi doktor yang SELAMAT untuk ummat untuk berlatih sebaik mungkin sebelum berdepan dengan dakwah dan tarbiyah di Malaysia
Kerana sehingga kini pun, rasa macam tak belajar apa pun ilmu perubatan Kerana sehingga kini pun, rasa macam tak pernah buat kerja dakwah dan tarbiyah dengan betul dan baik pun.

Anatomy for the blind

Salam wbt.
Bismillah.
A couple of weeks ago, we made a visit to a reflexology centre to accompany one of my family member for a session of therapeutic reflexology.  Traditionally, reflexology is known as a method of applying pressure to certain points on the hand or feet that corresponds to certain organs or parts of the body.
Therapeutic reflexology, however, has a rather wider meaning. Let's look at the definition which I took from this website.
Specific finger and thumb pressure techniques are used on the feet, lower legs, hands, arms, face and or ears to enable therapists to identify and respond to congestion and imbalances, for example, tightness in the chest reflexes [attributable  to stress], sensitivity in the bladder reflexes [ possible bladder infection], granular areas in the stomach and colon reflexes [likely constipation] etc. If the therapeutic reflexologist applies firm pressure technique, this will prevent a 'tickle' sensation. During the session, different sens…