Today Aty treated Nad and I blended pink guava and sugarcane juice (air tebu :P). It was definitely a thirst quencher INDEED. Kuantan is hot. So hot that eggs could be fried on a kitchen stove!
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Anyway, Nad had meeting after lunch so I had to go back to my room; walking.
On my way to the campus, there were flyers hanging along the walkway. They were promoting on the Dzikr Campaign. I guess they were kept left from the orientation week; which my university had organized; about a month ago.
“And We (God) have not sent you, (Muhammad),
except as a mercy for mankind.”
That was written on one of the flyers. It was a verse in the Quran. SubhanAllah. As I finished reading the verse, I suddenly had the feeling of hugging God, wanting to thank Him for all his Mercy. Alhamdulillah.
Though its only a short verse but it is really meaningful
It may be just a sentence to you if you just read it through. But if you read it once more, and understand it, you really cant imagine how lucky we are and how much God loves us.
Prophet Muhammad S.A.W, was sent to us in order to guide us to Allah, the Supreme being.
He’s the last of all prophets and nabiy. The last book, the Quran, was sent to Him as a guide book to life. And his sunnah’s and the things written in his hadeeth are to show us the way on how we should implement our religion.
He’s no more than a man. He’s not God but just a mere messenger of Allah. He cant read nor can he write. He’s illiterate! He’s far off from being rich, he could barely eat 3 times a day.
And these imperfections of his are one of the thing that had made him the most, perfectly suitable prophet.
Because from this, people could see the miracles of Allah. People will know that the beautiful words in the Quran are not and can’t be made up by an illiterate man. And knowing that he’s a poor man, he has no power to pay some people up in order to make them convert to Islam.
Without him, we are worthless..
I remember going to a seminar last year. Its about sirah Nabiy Muhammad S.A.W. The life story of prophet Muhammad. Wallahi (By God), that’s one of the most beautiful experience that I’ve ever had ..in a seminar room! It very heart warming..
Sometimes, when I see and hear others saying bad things and making fun of my prophet, I could just break down and cry. I know, I AM a crybaby but another reason is because it hurts so bad.
Its because they are talking bad about the person whom I really adore and love. ;( . He’s such a darl. Why do you hate him so much? Do you even know how he’s like? Or you’re just reflecting the people's (who are not even good believers) actions and blame it all on Muhammad S.AW?
And what hurts the most is when I see people really closely related to the prophet doing things that, I bet, would really shame him. :___( . There he was, fighting for Islam, and here we are, making a fool out of it!!
I’m not talking about others, yet I’m more emphasizing it on myself. Sometimes, I feel like I’m such a bad as* girl that I bet he’s gonna be so upset and ashamed to even look at me :___( *sad… T_T *.
I’m trying.. I swear I’m trying my best to be a good girl. And InsyaAllah I will be one. A VERY good one. Just pray for me, alright people? I need them. I’ll pray for myself too of course.. :)
So please, to my dear sisters, cousins, family members, beloved friends and myself. What’s in a name, if the ‘being’ itself is lifeless? We can be the sons and the daughters of the most powerful man in the world; and we can boast around with the family name we have; I’m a “ba’alawi”, an “ahlyl beyt”, a “musharaf”, a “Hasany”! (what ever names we call ourselves,) . But if our behavior is just as bad as the satan, then we are absolute nothing in the eyes of God. And that’s really nothing to be proud of.
Oh yeah.. and just as a reminder..Remember, the closest thing to us is death. So let’s be prepared for it?
This is just my point of view.
Am just saying.