It’s SO hard to find Sabr when you try to strive towards the Deen a little more and your muslim friends begin to question your actions more than your non-muslim friends.
I’m not doing this out of choice or because I don’t want to be in your company anymore. I’m simply doing this because Allah has perfected His Deen for us; and as muslims we have an obligation to fulfil as He has decreed in complete submission.
InshAllah pray you have a great day. May you be among those who gains Tawheed in this life so that on Yawm Al Qiyama you may be with the righteous InshAllah! May Allah guide you to the right path and reward you greatly for all your efforts in completely submitting yourself to Him and Him alone!!
Second year = Living in the library
You know when you make a really quick decision; and then once you’ve made it you start questioning over whether it was the right thing to do or not…
This decision is probably one of the BIGGEST I’ve had to make in my life.
It basically means losing a lot of money and probably two friends at that too.
I guess all I want to do is cry, but I’m trying to smile as much as I can.
Insh’Allah I have made the right decision and all goes well!
Because this one thing has been the only thing on my mind over the last few days. It’s jus so surreal how everything fell into place in such a short period of time.
The way I used to hear your voice day and night on the phone. How you used to call me every few hours just to see if I was okay. How you silenced me when I was upset and would have me smiling in the comfort of your company.
So that day when it occurred; the day we arranged to meet.
You called me at 2pm and by 4:30pm we were walking side by side; sipping at iced drinks together and exchanging words face to face. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous at first; but the way you were put me at ease and I was soon back to my laughing and joking self.
Sometimes it really does take meeting someone in person to reel in all the random pieces of information and gain a glimpse into the entirety of their nature. With you I totally underestimated, because you treated me with more respect than I have ever known.
As the first half hour ticked by I wanted to run at times, asking myself what I was doing. But in the last 5 minutes I just didn’t want you to leave.
This will take some time. But even in your few words; I can see that you are someone I would like to keep in touch with numerous times a day.
May Allah bless you always!
So my first lecture is on Monday at 2pm.
Moving into my university house on Monday at 10am it is …
Ya Allāh remove any and all sadness from my mothers heart and give all my happiness to her.