Posted By Veiled Muslimah on/at 3/21/2009 11:49:00 PM

... you want things so badly. And you wonder why Allah azza wa jal didn't give them to you or why you couldn't attain them. And no, I'm not talking about materialistic things. People might have these things and not realise how Allah has blessed them.

Obviously, there is wisdom and judgment of Allah behind everything. And sometimes, somethings are not given to a person for a reason. Maybe there is some good in it and we, as mere humans may not realise it and somethings might seem good for us but in reality are not.

So in reality, a person should strive and attain for good. If Allah wills, then who will stop him/her from attaining it? At the same time, there is a constant reminder that I give myself and we all should give to ourselves is that if Allah azza wa jal means to give us something, no one will take it away.

In the end, Alhamdulilah in all situations.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

JazakAllah Khair! I REALLY needed this reminder.

Veiled Muslimah said...

Wa Iyaak :) Glad I could be of help.

Abu_hind (formerly) said...

Salams...long time...droppin' by to say hi.

Nice new look.

Ma'asalamah.

Veiled Muslimah said...

Abu Hind: Wa Alaykumsalam,

How have you been? Where are you e-hanging out these days? :P If they are worth enough forums, link me.

Thanks. I keep on changing it though, for some reason I have a hard time sticking to just one.

Hajar Zamzam Ismail said...

I like to read God-conscious topics, thank-you for writing on this topic, it's really uplifting.

Utawa said...

jazakAllahu kheir dear sis,
this is exactly what I need to hear after yesterday... It was a day full of "decision making-and loss" and that led to some "action-reaction"... . Sometimes it's hard to see the received blessings and remind oneself of the wisdom of happenings due to many emotions, especially regret, blocking the heart-brain connection and the situation slips out of hand... .But to feel loss doesn't mean to be lost and what Allah has for us no one can take away and what was not meant to be ours could have never been gained or achieved and(what we tend to forget)it was therefore NEVER lost.
AlhamduliLlah we always have the option to make duaa for as long there is a heart-beat in us... .

May Allah azawajal be pleased with us, ameen.

dear sis I do like your blog, good work mashaAllah, so please keep it up ;)
masalama

Veiled Muslimah said...

Wa iyyak.

I'm glad I was able to benefit with my post. :)

Jazakiallahu khairan :)

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