Forgiveness is one of the most distinguishing features of Ramadan. If we truly want Allah's love, mercy and forgiveness, we must remember that the pleasures in this world are transient, and we are working toward that which is permanent. Is it worth being bitter and stunting our growth? Will it really benefit us? Will our anger and bitterness change the person who has hurt us?
Let us use this Ramadan to open our hearts to those who have wronged us and forgive them as we beg Allah to forgive us..
Love a little more than what is necessary..
Work a little harder than what is required..
Be a little kinder than what is usual..
Give a little more than what u feel u can afford..
Stand in a prayer a little longer than what u intended..
Be a little more patient than what u feel u can handle..
It is that little extra effort sparked by sincerity in the heart
that makes your ordinary self extraordinary...
Remember the five simple rules to be happy:
1. Free your heart from hatred.
2. Free your mind from worries.
3. Live simply.
4. Give more.
5. Expect less.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Kini saya bermalam di bilik 5A 27 di hotel hospital selayang. Sungguh merdu mendengar suara bayi-bayi yang baru dilahirkan.
Tidak sabar melihat permata hati Ummi dan Ayah ini esok.
Dipenghujung trimester, banyak pula dugaan dan komplikasi semasa mengandung. Tidak mengapala, yang penting anak Ummi ini Ummi tahu dia sihat. Apalah sangat Ummi berkorban demimu.
Insyaallah pukul 6.00 pagi esok saya akan diberi induce.
Doakan semoga semuanya dipermudahkan oleh Allah. Doakan saya selamat bersalin.
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