Right after I graduated from Kolej Islam in psychology, I got married. Together with my husband, I decided that I wouldn’t join the workforce so I can focus on caring for the family, especially when the children came along. To me, family and raising my children, is life’s highest calling.
One day my husband’s close friend, who is also an AIA Unit Manager, suggested I join his business. At first I wasn’t sure I could do it, but when he told me more about AIA PUBLIC Takaful, I realised it was a good Shariah solution that helps to protect people against life’s uncertainties. As a Muslim, this is important; and in helping people, it becomes a blessing, a pahala.
So when I joined AIA back in 2013, I immediately bought my very first Takaful plan for my husband and subsequently for my children.
In just 2 years, I have had the chance to help so many people get a medical card, and when I see how grateful they are in their hour of need, it really is such a joy. This career has truly been a blessing. It has been very rewarding for me - financially as well as spiritually, and achieving all this without sacrificing my time with my family. The precious moments seeing my ‘cahaya mata’ grow up is priceless - being there when my 5-year-old son suddenly recited the Surah al-Mulk by heart, unprompted, was a miracle.