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Saturday, 3 August 2013

Some Reflections

In life you will make particular decisions to get where you want to be. Some that are good and some that are not so good. Those decisions, that will bring you closer to what you aspire, and others that make you feel like you've approached the opposite end of the spectrum.The decisions you make are based on your take of scenario.

Then there's an anomaly. Something that we do not account for when we're blinded by happiness, passion, rage or sadness. Parameters of the unknown that exceed our understanding. Here's where things become more interesting; the universe plays ball. It conspires to push you in a direction, at times without realising. The world and its inhabitants come together to to show you something.  And when they're ignored or not obvious enough they will return and they will keep returning until you stand up on your chair and flare your arms out to take in this epiphany, this revelation, this great insight.

Those close to you and those that you meet in strange lands show you that you're destined for greatness. It's one thing being told you have it, then it's another being shown it. You cannot expect others to have confidence in you until you have confidence within yourself.

You shrug off your future for reasons that you believe are right. To make believe that you must to do this to show humility or to remain steadfast and humble. That is deception in its greatest form; denying yourself opportunity and progression.

Personal development is an integral process in becoming the best version of yourself. Pairing ideas and techniques with Islamic principles unlocks overwhelming depths of progression and realisation. Despite how many times you repeat this cycle, that unaccounted anomaly? That, that will keep returning to remind you of who you're supposed to be.

I'm on a very special journey right now. A journey that I, could have never planned. Partly because I'm not very smart and partly because I find cat videos entertaining.

Marriage. Hmmm, it's funny how I kept hearing people talk about how after you stop chasing it, it comes to you. There's actually some truth in that. 

6 comments:

  1. Ameen. Some very big truth in that, which I only found out when I submitted myself to Allah completely and stopped pursuing it :). So does this mean you are finally married?!

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  2. Someone read the Alchemist by Paulo Coelho I see. Congrats dude and best wishes!!!

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  3. Nice. May Allah swt make this Ramadan an incredibly blessed one for you, Ameen.

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  4. If you have made it to the other side, i pray Allah swt blesses you both, makes you both a comfort for each other and brings you both closer together in goodness. Ameen.....

    I've made it to other side (10 days)Alhamdulillah....subhanAllah what a journey its been and what an end....Alhamdulillah :)

    Wish you all the happiness married life has to offer.

    Contemplating

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  5. I respect you a lot and couldn't end three years without the following:

    I'm very proud of you :D

    I found Islam again through this blog. I'm a 'work-in-progress' but getting there. I made dua for you whilst on Umrah and am very happy and pleased you finally found her. I pray that you are very happy and you have the most amazing journey together forever InshaAllah. I really mean that :)

    Peace

    PS You are very smart. And you will make it. Don't let anybody tell you otherwise. I'm on my own journey right now and it's the best feeling ever. Alhamdulillah :D

    I wish you all the best! LOL ;)

    Sobia

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  6. Great and Best wishes for your new life. Here is want to say something, this all makes your life more bright, the one who were waiting for his or her sincere partner were never ever put eyes on others. hope you understand

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