Feeling despair? Oh Muslim Woman Remember Allah!
Sister, we may be bored with our daily activities. And as consequence it causes unhappiness, tiredness and in many cases incites depression and anger which the fuels our emotions and in turn feeds into our daily lives. These negative feelings effect not only ourselves but the people around us. Astagfirullah!
Oh Muslima,you are not alone with your feelings of negativity we all feel like that at some point of ourlives.
But I do want to remind you to take a good look at yourself and at your current situation. Sometimes we forget that our difficulties are not as bad as we think. Some people face much more hardship than we can even imagine. Example, some of our brothers and sisters in Islam suffer from deep hunger and drought. Some face lack if water, some face loss of limbs and family members due to war, political fighting etc… Ya Allah!
We as Muslims should belief that behind the hardship there is an ease. As it is mentioned in the Al-Qur’an 94: 5-6
5. Verily, along with every hardship is relief. 6. Verily along with every hardship is relief.
Sister, we have to realize behind all difficulties there are a lot of silver lines. If we experience grief, look at the mirror, there are many others who experience more severe than us. And when we fall to weakness say Allhamdullilah Allah has given you a test so you can be better and have patience.
The events were all … reminds us, that no one can help us but God. To further enhance our worship.
Fabiayyi aala’i rabbikuma tukazziban (Arrahman)
Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny?
All should be full of wisdom, although it is difficult to accept. Allah the Khaliq, wants to alert you with various happenings. Verily He is very dear to us.
If we read the stories of how struggles are our Prophets and Messengers’ lives? How they always get hindered in their preaching when Muslims and Muslimat ostracized. What did they do? Almighty God, all will end wonderfully as they faced all difficulties with their patience.