Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Strange but True? Huh really?

Assalamu Alaikum warahmatullahi t3ala wabarakatuhu

I've recieved this quote many times through emails, sms, and everytime I'm thinking man, how can this be true?
so thought I'd post it here, and lets see what you all think:

"The Person who tries to keep everyone happy and always cares for everyone, is always the most loneliest person"

At times I do think it's kinda true, because I've noticed how sometimes your always there for everyone, but when you yourself are in need of someone to talk to, you think twice before calling them, because you dont want to disturb them, and then in the end leave it, and just spend your time alone. Dont know if its your fault you didnt just ask them to come on, they would have come, but then you think' but I never gave them the chance to message/call me, I messaged them plenty of times myself to check up on them, and ask how they are', etc...I guess if you want to stay happy in this life, never expect anything back...the key to happiness, and just keep yourself busy, hence, you wont have the time to be lonely (I know easily said than it actually is), and finally if you want to talk, and you feel like your alone, just turn to ALLAH t3ala...

wallah you came alone, lived alone, shall die alone, stay alone in your grave, and resurrect alone...thats life...

I dont know, my mind has double views about the quote, can be true, and sometimes isn't...what do you all think?


oh btw, I absolutely love this: 



and I made this (wrote and designed) for this post: (my second try at a graphic, let me know what you think)
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4 comments:

sippingchai said...

I love the blurb about happiness. Alhamdulillah, I have been taking these courses at an Islamic Center for Women and the teacher always reminds us to be there for one another...but then also emphasizes that our reliance should only be w/ Allah (swt) and we shouldn't rely on others.

I agree with you that this quote can be true at times and wrong at times. It all depends. I have been trying very hard to be there for others and I found that when I would talk to friends/family if something was bothering me...Shaitaan would always mess it up somehow. We would end up backbiting or thinking even more negatively. What I try to do is spend more time "talking" to Allah (swt). I take time out of my day to sit there and just supplicate to Allah (swt) and reflect upon how no one can help me the way He (swt) can. I do have some friends that always bring me back to Islam when I'm going through hard times...but they have gotten bz w/ their own lives now. When I really feel lost...I have forced myself to learn how to pick up the phone and call them.

muslimah93 said...

Omg RAINBOWWW! Your taking after Amira in graphic makingg!! Im so proud of you honeybunnn!!!! =D

Musaafirah said...

@sipping chai: Jazakumullah t3ala ahsanal jaza! MashaALLAH t3ala your teacher sounds very wise, thats truly golden advice.

mashaALLAH t3ala thats great to hear, may ALLAH t3ala make you steadfast upon this, inshaALLAH t3ala slowly you will get stronger, and shaytan wont be able to ruin it.
Yes friends are really blessings, sometimes its really beneficial to talk to them, if they are religious/have wisdom..

Musaafirah said...

@Muslimah: Jazakumullah t3ala khairan.