Alhumdulillah for everything Allah Mian! Everything that I have and everything that I don’t have! Allah knows best, what’s good and what’s bad for us, no doubt about it!
I’m glad 🙂
M B A Khan
How cruel can life be at times, one would think most of the time?
Have we ever thought how things are better for you than someone else, if you’d think like this; there would be a BIG Alhamdolillah on its way at all times.
Thank Allah mian for all that He decided to give you or even take away from you. There had to be some behtari in it, nai? I’m blessed to be adhering to the feeling of being content, that balance in life, that happiness, that inner peace with how life is.
Ps. Bearing inner peace doesn’t mean I stop working hard for my goals, there is a constant war between the inner peace, contentment and what I wish to do with my life. Haye!
Lifes good… well yes most of it 😉
Do you still get that feeling when you wake up and start to panic thinking that you’ll be late to work/school, because for some reason you got your timing wrong? Well, It stopped happening with me long time ago. I still remember how I used to dread it. But on the other hand life was a “piece of cake” back then…
Why does it happen? Why do we always miss the past? I, after every 2-3 years of my life, want to go back and live in the past again and may be tweak a few things. But I sometimes think that’s just me, it doesn’t happen with everyone else. Even if it does happen with most of us, my question still stands that why does it happen? Why can’t we “really” live in present?
One more thing, when we, in our minds, stop being nostalgic and all, we’re always worried about our future. So much so that we don’t even realise what we are ignoring now/today is going to become “past” soon and then we’ll be moaning about it as well along with the rest of our past lives.
I realised it soon enough in my life that “real beauty lies in the real details”, but I think I’ve still missed so much that I could’ve cherished, as an individual and with other people in my life.
I’m not a very knowledgeable Muslim, but I think “missing the past” has definitely got something to do with “the love of this world”. I don’t remember it exactly, Allah Mian forgive me if I make a mistake, but there is a Hadith of Prophet Muhammad SAW, the message behind it is clearly that one cannot become a good Muslim without loving Allah SWT and His beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW more than any worldly articles. So yeah, this is it. Love for any particular time of your life will prevent you from becoming a good Muslim.
Anyways, I’ve got to go now! These are some random thoughts that came up.
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