Monday, October 13, 2008


Reading can be addictive and that's absolutely true. But I do noticed that many do not write down the summary once they finish reading. I'm not saying that it's compulsory but I believe it's much better to jot down the main points in a log book.

I've done that and found it very satisfying especially when you can see that how many books you've read (mine is 35 and counting). But not only that you can also browse through the summary (plus the sketching or diagram) just to recap what's the book is all about. Fellow blogger Pak Adib is good in doing this.




abumuadz said...

:)..wat a great scholar..patutla byk info didada..rupanya lautan buku penuh diminda..congrads..

ps: Tengok rak buku syeikh..sama macam rak Mufti Perlis:)


salam syeikh ..

tahnks for dropping bye ..jangan la syeikh ..sapa la ana compare ngan 'abang' syeikh tu ..hehehe

abumuadz said...

Mmg la syeikh tak mampu...tapi syeikh dalam proses..:)gathering raya ni syeikh bagi la tazkirah skit..

Pak Idrus said...

Rizal, great, do not stop reading. I start reading at the age of 18 years old and continue to read at least one book a month. I got a library that contain all the books I have read. So you could do the same and your kids would follow suit.

Have a nice day.

the principal said...

I hv been wanting to list down buku yg I ada, tp dok procrastinate. Once I list them down, maybe we can x-change.

M currently reading My Side..

Fauziah Ismail said...

Salam Jalan Rebung
Thank you for dropping by my site.
Interesting what you have here. I don't do summary but I sometimes review some of the interesting books I've read, itu pun kalau ada masa.
Maybe you could do the same.

kamal said...

salam x-bos,
apa crita skrg? mcmana program ijazah UUM + iic?