Satu Talam Empat Orang: Amalan Makan Bertalam Di CCSC Kuala Terengganu Dan Kaitannya Dengan Kerohanian Keluarga

Four People And A Plate : Muslim Tradition Of Sharing Food In A Platter At CCSC In Kuala Terengganu And Its Relation To The Spirituality Of The Family

  • Ahmad Faizal Ramly Pensyarah
  • Wan Mohd Yusof Wan Chik Profesor Madya
  • Wan Hishamudin Wan Jusoh Profesor Madya
  • Mohd Safri Ali Profesor Madya
  • Ahmad Tarmizi Yusof Pelajar Sarjana
Keywords: Food, Prophetic, Family, Spirituality, CCSC

Abstract

Studies have shown that family meals or family dinners are beneficial for the psychology and the sociology of the family. Starting in March 2017, the Cure & Care Service at Kuala Terengganu has initiated an approach among its clients; of sharing food in groups and consuming it in a platter. This practice is part of the rehabilitation through prophetic tradition model or namely Islamic Model which the CCSC at Kuala Terengganu seeks to adopt. Families of clients also participate to eat with their kin in such a way when attending certain programs at CCSC. This paper intends to elaborate on the concept of the tradition as adopted at Kuala Terengganu’s CCSS, also to give an insight to its wisdoms onto the spirituality of the family. This paper is a qualitative research that combines methods used in literature and field studies for the purpose of data collection and analysis. Researcher also interviews the administrators and the residents at the CCSC to explore their views regarding the activity and the benefit of such activity to the spirituality of the family. This study finds the adopted approach as unique and has positive impact in term of its contribution to the spirituality of the family. This approach is thus suggestible for implementation at other drug rehabs should it comply with certain terms and regulations.

Abstrak
Beberapa kajian telah membuktikan bahawa amalan makan bersama keluarga sebagai bermanfaat kepada psikologi dan sosiologi keluarga. Mulai Mac 2017, Cure & Care Service Center (CCSC) Kuala Terengganu telah memulakan pendekatan makan berkumpulan secara bertalam di kalangan kliennya. Amalan tersebut merupakan salah satu aktiviti yang terdapat di dalam model pemulihan secara Sunnah Rasulullah SAW atau model Islamik yang cuba diterapkan di CCSC Kuala Terengganu. Amalan tersebut turut melibatkan keluarga klien yang menziarahi dan menyertai program berkala di CCSC Kuala Terengganu. kajian ini bercadang meneliti amalan makan bersama secara bertalam yang terdapat dalam tradisi Muslim di CCSC Kuala Terengganu. Kertas ini menerangkan konsep yang digunapakai di CCSC Kuala Terengganu dan hikmah-hikmah kerohanian keluarga daripada amalan tersebut. Kajian berbentuk kualitatif ini menggabungkan metod kajian perpustakaan dan lapangan bagi tujuan pengumpulan data dan analisa. Pengkaji turut menemuramah pihak pengurusan dan klien di CCSC Kuala Terengganu bagi meninjau aspek penerimaan dan kesan amalan tersebut terhadap kerohanian keluarga. Kajian ini mendapati pendekatan ini sebagai unik dan mempunyai impak dalam sumbangannya terhadap kerohanian keluarga. Jesteru, wujud kewajaran penerapannya di pusat-pusat pemulihan lain, sekiranya syarat-syarat tertentu dipatuhi.

Author Biographies

Ahmad Faizal Ramly, Pensyarah

Akademi Pengajian Islam Kontemporari, UiTM Cawangan Terengganu, Kampus Dungun, Terengganu

Wan Mohd Yusof Wan Chik, Profesor Madya

Fakulti Pengajian Kontemporari Islam, UniSZA

Wan Hishamudin Wan Jusoh, Profesor Madya

Pensyarah Fakulti Pengajian Kontemporari Islam, UniSZA

Mohd Safri Ali, Profesor Madya

Fakulti Pengajian Kontemporari Islam, UniSZA

Ahmad Tarmizi Yusof, Pelajar Sarjana

Fakulti Pengajian Kontemporari Islam, UNiSZA

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Published
2020-12-15
How to Cite
Ramly, A. F., Wan Chik, W. M. Y., Wan Jusoh, W. H., Ali, M. S., & Yusof, A. T. (2020). Satu Talam Empat Orang: Amalan Makan Bertalam Di CCSC Kuala Terengganu Dan Kaitannya Dengan Kerohanian Keluarga. Perdana: International Journal of Academic Research, 9(1), 1-10. Retrieved from http://perdanajournal.com/index.php/perdanajournal/article/view/72

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