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Abdur Rahman ibn Awf, sharjan8643, ummi taalib
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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 25th December 2021 15:15
Learning something about anything is like climbing a ladder. The higher you climb, the more you can see.

Those learning something new first time won't see what you see straight away. Give them time.

What you're learning first time won't be as clear to you as it is to them. Be patient and keep climbing to see more, don't drag the other one down because you're comfortable at the height of your ladder.

The ones who have climbed highest should give an arm to pull others up, don't push them off because they're beyond hope or tired. And if that's too much to bare, grab a different ladder but leave the other one standing and don't knock it down.
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 25th December 2021 17:54
Mashallah, an excellent post, and a sterling example of what makes MS great. We're all human, and we all make mistakes, and we're all here to learn and become better versions of ourselves.
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