Thursday, September 26, 2013

Another Good Day

Bismillah.. Assalamu'alaykum..

I was told off by a teacher on how to do my work this morning, as I missed few tasks due to my ignorance or negligence (and unintended one, seriously)

*I wasn’t aware of my tasks/duties- overlooked the description of the tasks in the given instruction previously, astaghfirullah, may Allah forgive me, I admit it was my mistake and I really appreciate that she pointed it out Alhamdulillah. May Allah reward her*

I was listening to her complaints on another teacher on how she should be more responsible next time..
(While bearing in mind, she was late-must be for a good reason- since I hadn’t clarified with the other teacher or told her exactly what had been going on here- it wouldn’t be fair to judge, right? Even if she was found to be guilty, things could still be managed and probably corrected, eyh? :)

InshaAllah.

I am even more convinced now that in correcting people, we need to have wisdom. Having knowledge without wisdom, without a supporting personality would not be effective- it might work but not to its utmost potential. And most of the time, things don't usually work out, qadarullah..

And I was pondering upon all those things she said to me…
The best part of it, all those words penetrated DEEP into my lil’ boxes in the head after they sliced the one in the chest…

zaasssshh

*Ouch*

:D

Allah Al Haleem…
Allah Al Hakeem…

Alhamdulillah, I praised that sister for addressing the issue with her best manner, politely. Amazing that it was with hikmah that I didn’t find it offensive :P

Alhamdulillah..

*Ya Allah, what a shame!*

I learn that first impression does play its role to people’s heart. Have good akhlaq, people will love us. And as I recalled, I realized at that moment, how wonderful our Prophet Muhammad SAW was… He (SAW) had the best manner towards every single person around him (SAW). May Allah help and guide us to refine/beautify our akhlaq that people see the beauty of his (SAW) teachings thus the beauty of Islam. Aamin.

I also learn that as a muslima, I should set myself as an example in spite of all the incoming constructive criticism I received. (Alhamdulillah- All praises due to Allah)

Hehe. Criticism? I take that as a token to self-improvement. InshaAllah… Alhamdulillah…

*Good time to break the ego ukhty!* (T_T)

May Allah open my heart to be courageous and positive enough to listen to my own flaws- the hideous part of me, indeed- to be able to improve myself, within my utmost capability, inshaAllah…

*within my UTMOST capability- I’m trying to tell you how weak I am as HIS slave. Yet not giving up to improve to excellence (not to perfection). Wallahi, no one is perfect. Expecting that would just lead you to your greatest frustration and distress.  Wa na’udzhubillah!*

Ya Rabb… help!

:D

*A post to remind me to be better today than yesterday*

Abu Huraira -May Allah be pleased with him- has related that the Prophet (Sallahu alaihi wa salam) said,
Hasten to do good deeds; (there will be) fitnah like a portion of a dark night, wherein an individual wakes up as a believer and begins the night as a disbeliever or he begins the night as a believer and wakes up as a disbeliever. He sells his religion for a portion of the dunya (this worldly life).

More details and explanation of the above hadeeth can be found here: Hasten to Do Good Deeds

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