We are 4 months away to the wedding yo! Hahaha at this moments, I am not feeling anything in particular but once in a while I got scared and Mr A would be pissed. Hahahahahaha! I would hound him with lame qns like “do you think I will be a good wife to you?” yada yadaaa. I would get emo on certain days thinking I could not be up to his mother par is term of taking care of his well-being. Normal la right to feel all this?
Oh wells! Anyway today I’ll be at the topic of Pre-Marriage Course. Ahhh this one is now is optional and it’s your choice to attend or not although some kadi would want to see the cert prior your Nikah. This one is hearsay la idk which kadi in particular would do that.
For myself I was dead set on gg to the course. Mr A agreed with me on this. I did read a few reviews from BTBs and decide to go for Kasih Sejati, I don’t know why the rest didn’t appeal as much. As usual Mr A let me decide and so we registered with Al Mawaddah for the course! We dropped the registration at the KS website and received a confirmation email from kasih sejati and a follow-up email from Al Mawaddah. We are told to make the payment of $300 for a couple all inclusive (food for tea breaks and lunch, course material and cert) at the venue. But from the time we signed up Mr A and I are very occupied that we called the PIC mentioning our concerns so all we did was to fund transfer instead of making our way down. So easy!
Just a day before, we received a reminder for the course stating the time and location. So 8.30am it was for Day 1 for registration but as usual people are still streaming in at 9am (official start time). Nah you won’t be penalized if you are late so don’t worry for those who are forever late hahahaha! Second day should start at 9am with the same ending time at 6pm. But I think Mohd Khair overrun his part, he got us to gather at 8.30am on the second day. We are cool with that!
So we got a total of 3 speaker- Mohd Khair covering Modules 1-2 and 5-6, Ustaz Abdul Jalil on Modules 3-4 and Nailul Hafiz for Modules 7-8. I must say all of them have a thing in common! HUMOUR. So you can imagine the number of times the class erupted into laughter.
Well, I couldn’t compare this to any other provider since I’ve never tried others. But I would highly recommend attending this course, Mr A agree with me on this! Its highly informational (atleast I think it is!). A lot of topics are covered and with KS, they have hints of Islamic module as well which I think is beneficial. They touched on topics like in laws and personalities. From the time we aren’t married to the time we are married and how much responsibilities will change and also I feel they emphasized a lot on stories which end up in divorce of course with good intentions; for us to learn from it.
But again, it is hard to determine if the course you are attending will be exactly like those experienced as others, be it good or bad, due to the speakers and if they can really deliver. Just something you can do as a guidance is to check out the modules that will be covered. That way I think it’s a fair guide. For the previous blogs I read I remember there are mentions whereby they had this letter writing to their partner and games but we did not manage to do it but I felt it was ok since everything else made up to it.
Ohhh! Before I end, the food is good I must say and there is extras for those with big appetite! Kalau masih tk cukup, there are other food available for purchase at the food kiosk of Al Mawaddah!