“Gelar sarjana bukan satu-satunya sayap yg dibutuhkan manusia untuk terbang”
-Quotes from movie: Jilbab Traveler: Love Sparks in Korea
I feel the need to reblog it as i found this article really really help me to figure out what peace of mind should be defined.
I came across this writeup on on a Facebook group. Got the permission to share it as well. Thought to share it.
Surah Duha & struggling with low mood & depression 😔
Most of us know this Surah by heart. It was revealed to the Prophet (peace be upon him) at a time when he had not received any revelation for six months. He was in a very disturbed state of mind, feeling negative and depressed and believing that Allah was displeased with him, had forgotten him…
Don’t we have similar feelings in our lives? Times when our level of imaan is low, our khushoo in salah wavers and we feel a drop in our connection with Allah?* We feel like our duas are not being answered, our salah is not having a positive impact on our hearts, and worst of all the feeling that we’re horrible human beings, that…
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Man says, “it’s hard to understand woman.”
Woman says, “Men are hard to read.”
Momma says it’s hard to understand each other without actually speak to each other. The point is COMMUNICATION. Botih learns something tonight.
I’m okay though not so okay but quite okay to say okay while I’m not really okay.
Note to myself thing-ish never going to work if I keep on cheating to myself :3
In the middle of sadness because of janji gak pulang malam gak bisa ditepati.
No matter how tough a woman is, she still need to be worried of.
They said it’s always nice to hear someone said “things are gonna be okay” when you’re in a trouble.
However, that’s not the case for me. I always want more. To see that you really understand me and my feeling. I can’t feel your sympathy by saying things are gonna be okay.