Slam the door?

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   Mari abaikan apa yang mengganggu fikiran. ^_^  Selepas bangun tidur dan mandi akan berasa lega, apatah lagi selepas sujud memohon kekuatan.

  Semester ini belajar tentang communication juga dalam EOP. Kan manusia begitu kompleks. Communication pun kena belajar. Seperti kata Madam Mahani, “You need a big heart. Be patient. Kulum jah maki hamun whatever, telan. ”  Instead of bang-the-door option [how I wish I could do that], of course patience is the best policy to face people.

   Psikologi: semua selalu fikir dia yang betul orang lain salah. Macam saya. Hoh. Apatah lagi kalau kamu tak berkepentingan pun dalam hidup dia. Lainlah kalau kamu Datin Maznah. Kamu cuma Wardah Puteh yang selekeh T_T

PENGAJARAN 1: Selalulah cuba mudahkan kerja orang lain.

   Oh, kalau saya tak cuba think big, think positive seperti selalu, saya barangkali dah mati terjun bangunan selepas monyet curi makanan dan koyak susu HiGoat yang mahal tu dan kecahkan bilik saya. Bukan bunuh diri, nak bunuh monyet lah. Ish.

 

Monyet, tau tak sebungkus dah RM2!

Monyet jawab, “Tulah, kenapa tak daftar jadi ahli.”

 

   Ok sekarang, mari adik-adik, kita belajar cara kenali daun (Wikipedia) :

In botany, leaf shape is characterised with the following terms (botanical Latin terms in brackets):

  • Acicular (acicularis): Slender and pointed, needle-like
  • Acuminate (acuminata): Tapering to a long point
  • Aristate (aristata): Ending in a stiff, bristle-like point
  • Bipinnate (bipinnata): Each leaflet also pinnate
  • Compound: The combination of one leaflet arrangement within an arrangement at a larger level; e.g.:”bipinnate, twice-pinnate: the leaflets are themselves pinnately-compound”
  • Cordate (cordata): Heart-shaped, stem attaches to cleft
  • Cuneate (cuneata): Triangular, stem attaches to point
  • Deltoid (deltoidea) or deltate: Triangular, stem attaches to side
  • Digitate (digitata): Divided into finger-like lobes
  • Elliptic (elliptica): Oval, with a short or no point
  • Falcate (falcata): sickle-shaped
  • Filiform (filiformis): thread- or filament-shaped
  • Flabellate (flabellata): Semi-circular, or fan-like
  • Hastate, spear-shaped (hastata): Pointed, with barbs, shaped like a spear point, with flaring pointed lobes at the base
  • Laciniate: Very deeply lobed, the lobes being very drawn out, often making the leaf look somewhat like a branch
  • Laminar: Flat (like most leaves)
  • Lance-shaped, lanceolate (lanceolata): Long, wider in the middle
  • Linear (linearis): Long and very narrow
  • Lobed (lobata): With several points
  • Obcordate (obcordata): Heart-shaped, stem attaches to tapering point
  • Oblanceolate (oblanceolata): Top wider than bottom
  • Oblong (oblongus): Having an elongated form with slightly parallel sides
  • Obovate (obovata): Teardrop-shaped, stem attaches to tapering point
  • Obtuse (obtusus): With a blunt tip
  • Orbicular (orbicularis): Circular
  • Ovate (ovata): Oval, egg-shaped, with a tapering point
  • Palmate (palmata): consisting of leaflets[1] or lobes[2] radiating from the base of the leaf.
  • Pedate (pedata): Palmate, with cleft lobes
  • Peltate (peltata): Rounded, stem underneath
  • Perfoliate (perfoliata): Stem through the leaves
  • Pinnate (pinnata): Two rows of leaflets
    • odd-pinnate, imparipinnate: pinnate with a terminal leaflet
    • paripinnate, even-pinnate: pinnate lacking a terminal leaflet
    • pinnatifid and pinnatipartite: leaves with pinnate lobes that are not discrete, remaining sufficiently connected to each other that they are not separate leaflets.
    • bipinnate, twice-pinnate: the leaflets are themselves pinnately-compound
    • tripinnate, thrice-pinnate: the leaflets are themselves bipinnate
    • tetrapinnate: the leaflets are themselves tripinnate.
  • Pinnatisect (pinnatifida): Cut, but not to the midrib (it would be pinnate then)
  • Pungent: having hard, sharp points.
  • Reniform (reniformis): Kidney-shaped
  • Rhomboid (rhomboidalis): Diamond-shaped
  • Round (rotundifolia): Circular
  • Sagittate (sagittata): Arrowhead-shaped
  • Simple: leaf blade in one continuous section, not divided into leaflets
  • Spear-shaped: see Hastate.
  • Spatulate, spathulate (spathulata): Spoon-shaped
  • Subulate (subulata): Awl-shaped with a tapering point
  • Sword-shaped (ensiformis): Long, thin, pointed
  • Trifoliate (or trifoliolate), ternate (trifoliata): Divided into three leaflets
  • Tripinnate (tripinnata): Pinnately compound in which each leaflet is itself bipinnate
  • Truncate (truncata): With a squared off end
  • Unifoliate (unifoliata): with a single leaf

 

  

  Ok, begitu membosankan. Tetapi inilah kerja saya nanti. Bertukar jadi ahli botani. Membelek daun stevia, kira berapa helai daun, ukur dan potong-potong selepas itu timbang.

   Kerja menggodek journal pun sangat membahagiakan saya. ^_^ Alhamdulillah. Semangat sentiasa menemani, Tuhan yang beri. Kalau tak, hati sudah jadi keping-keping hancr lumat dengan perangai manusia. Oh, saya tidak anti-sosial, cuma terlalu independent, walaupun manja. Datanglah sebanyak mana pun cabaran, saya manusia pantang menyerah kalah. Lagi banyak dugaan datang, lagi tinggi saya melompat, lagi jauh

 

saya berlari…

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