How is it possible for one to oppose an act that is actually supposed to be implemented? How can one prove a right thing as wrong? How can one ask the other not to follow the right path?
Alhamdullilah, when Allah starts changing a person or shows him the right path, He gives him the courage to tolerate all the criticism that follows. He makes the person strong enough to fight for the right decision. He holds the hand of His creation and guides him through all the hurdles. The person automatically starts having a firm belief that he is for his Creator and not for anyone else. He is living this life to obey Allah and any one else can’t do any little thing to him.
He realizes that maybe today he is suffering but tomorrow he will get a reward much higher than what he is suffering today and that reward won’t be for limited life say 30 or 40 years but for the unending life hereafter.
These days I am going through that phase in which people are not able to accept my changes. I can’t make a list of things that I am trying to ignore or trying to eradicate completely from my life because there is no point of saying WORDS when one can’t ACT on it. There are many tensions and conflicts regarding me getting religious day by day but this is what I am now and they have to accept it in any case.
“Endless conversation about change is a barrier. Actually committing to doing something and then acting is what is required”- David Jakes
I know I was wrong and what I am today is what I should be. I remember the day when I took the first step to prosperity, I asked Allah to give me the courage and strength to stay firm on it and to provide me with tolerance to face all kinds of obstacles.Today I am far away from what I was. Alhamdulillah Allah changed me and showed me what is right. He protected me from evil. I know there is still more to go.
I am well aware about what is permissible and what is not and that if I turn my face against what is right;it will not leave me Muslim anymore but will make me Kafir. This is not what I say, this is what Quran says.
“They wish that you reject faith as they have rejected (faith), and thus that you all become equal (like one another kafir).” (An-Nisaa’: 89).
Well I still face obstacles and I still loose hope but deep within me is something that pushes me to stand for what is right. I am struggling and I will keep struggling. I am already full of sins and don’t want to be more.
May Allah give me more patience and strength to face the hurdles and the obstacles. May Allah purify my heart. Ameen.