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Wednesday, October 27, 2004
The One With the Kiara Cemetery 

As most would have known, we are one of the residents of Desa Kiara Condominium. Or what some relatives jokingly identify as the Kubur View Condominium. Ah, yes our kitchen and one of our rooms have a terrific view; The Kiara Muslim Cemetery.

Today, on Star Metro, there's an article on this issue, check it out here.

True, a cemetery is not a great view. True, that there is a lot of taboo about cemetery. Some say they saw something late at night and wat-not. The Chinese would have hate it because of feng shui reasons. The others? Well...probably just fear of the dead I guess. But Alhamdullillah laa (Thank Allah the Almighty!) that ever since we stayed there, for a year that is, nothing has happened to us. Nothing has happened to me earlier too, when I stayed there with my family (mom & sis) for a year, a few years back.

And of course, it is not a great thing for kids too. Babies and kids have the sense and may detect the creatures of the other world. As the article mentioned, Norhalilah has had enough. She is putting her beloved Desa Kiara Condominium home up for sale. "I don't want my children to grow up in fear,'' she said. . However, we strongly disagree with this statement, because, these creatures (bebenda halus dan seangkatan dgnnya) exist almost everywhere, not just cemeteries. So, this is something that needs to be taught. As parents should also teach about life and death. There shouldnt be fear of the cemetery, rather fear of the Almighty. It's the home of everyone later anyway.

What most people do not know is that this cemetery was allocated at the area even before the condo was built. So, who should we blame here? Definitely there is a need to have cemetery in the area, and a big one too. I have a relative buried there, and I feel remorsed whenever I passed by the cemetery, and send prayers to him and members of the cemetery. It gives me the realisation that some day I'll end up there too, and that God can easily take my life away from me, without any signs or hesitation. And I would gladly be placed where it's near home, where it is easily accessible by my family.

The thing is that...the cemetery should have more trees around it. But of course, it is still new, so there's should be some allowance here to let the trees grow and wat-not. So to me really, the issue here is the greenery scenery.

*We will post some pictures later.





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