Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Wholly worldly.

"Say: If your fathers and your sons and your brethren and your mates and your kinsfolk and property which you have acquired,
and the slackness of trade which you fear
and dwellings which you like,
are dearer to you than Allah and His Apostle and striving in His way,
then wait till Allah brings about His command:
and Allah does not guide the transgressing people."

Al-Quran 9:24

A verse that my sister shared to me after I accompanied her practicing her driving skills.
Before that, we talked to our mom about driving, then ma said "Mama takut kena kereta orang. Nanti susah."

Hm I don't what's the relation with the verse though, but my post here is general to public.

Rezeki is from Allah. Everybody knows that. But, how deep the muslims hold on to it? How confident you are with that statement?

From what I understand, ideally, if your car got hit, you must not worry. If your car got scratched, you must not worry. If your phone or expensive smartphone fell down to the ground, you must not worry. If your tablets or ipads fell down, you must not worry.

Because, you are confident those are all just worldly goods.


Because, you believe that Allah has prepared you a way more better ones than the broken ipad (due to falling), scratched car and anything such.

So, reflect back to yourself as well as me, how confident we are to Allah's rewards for us?

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