So, was it worth telling her? Was it worth thinking so far ahead?
Like you wouldn’t believe it.
This experience changed so many things for me.
It strengthened my Imaan. I couldn’t quite explain this but whilst feeling anxious and confused during this whole experience I left my trust with Allah and I felt so calm/relaxed. The end result is always from Allah. We can never change that. This outlook lets you know what you’re not alone in this struggle.
As a result of strengthening my Imaan, it’s improved my character, work for the deen and the way I think.
Maturity. I started thinking of issues I thought I wouldn’t encounter for years to come. I become responsible for my actions. I thought of consequences. I thought of outcomes.
Enlightened thinking. My thought process has changed for the better. Things don’t appear as linear as they used to. A box no longer appears as just a box. It’s a multi-dimensional box with a surface area and volume, which is made for an intended purpose.
The logic behind Islam. We accept that Islam is a way of life but sometimes we can’t help but compromise Islam in situations such as these. Islam has a unique system to regulate the interaction of male/female. It gives us examples of how to choose the best potential partners. It also teaches us how to get married.
These are just some of the things.
These experiences occur for a reason. To take lessons and get some practice in for the right one.
I feel . . . content. Allah has something bigger in-store for me.