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#91 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2022 14:02
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Bismillah wal Hamdulillah.

I have been visiting the forum but not posting. Have more pressing concerns to deal with.

Alhamdulillah ala Kulli Haal.

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#92 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd July 2022 22:45
Bismillah Wal Hamdulillah.

"Learn to be more grateful. Focus on what you have, your blessings, the people you love, the opportunities you’ve been given etc. The Almighty loves those who are grateful. He rewards them in unimaginable ways.You could be one of them. Make gratitude a way of life. Embody it! "

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#93 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd January 2023 23:59
Bismillah wal Hamdulillah.

We need to develop the habit of making shukr no matter how dire our situation.

This valuable lesson was taught to me by a Taxi Driver a number of years ago. I had a back injury mobility was seriously affected. I had a Doctors appointment and had called a Taxi.

The Taxi Driver a Somalian brother with a great big smile on his face. After exchanging Salaams, as I got into the car asked me how I was. And before I could respond. He raised his finger and said ; " Brother whatever answer you give make sure it is Alhamdulillah", And for the rest of the journey he reminded me that no matter how difficult the circumstances our blessings still out number our difficulties. And if we were to try and enumerate the blessings we were receiving in times of sickness and difficulties we would not be able to do it.
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