If You Can’t Change Your Fate, Change Your Attitude

Sulaiman Moola


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Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim one of the strange facts about suicide is that it is more common and rife amongst affluent individuals than it is amongst impoverished nations. And yet again, there is another strange fact about it, which I read by a Muslim author. He writes yuck thoroughly antihero fill below the lottery. me know. Hello, hi, Bill Padre, that when a person does not believe in that deal, Muslim or otherwise, he is more vulnerable and susceptible to suicide. So when he loses someone or there's a tragedy or there's an affliction, because he does not believe that Allah had decreed it is more vulnerable to suicide. I always say a believer laments the loss of his loved ones

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like others, but a believer never loses his composure. Why? Because he knows and understands Allah had decreed it, it could not happen otherwise. And that's the comfort I offer you my brother and my sister, as many of us continue to contend with the loss of parents, spouses, children, etc, etc. in the campaign of awkward when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam lost his blessing tooth and blood was oozing from his face. One of the disbelievers exploited the injury sustained by the prophet sallallahu Sallam by circulating the rumor that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam has been assassinated to create a sense of psychological defeat in the camp of Sahaba. Obviously, this

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brought about a degree of anxiety, stress uneasiness amongst the companions, until cabra. The olana got sight of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam assured the companions that he was alive. Subsequently, Allah revealed a verse which is the greatest comfort you can offer to any believed individual aftershave, sharing your sympathies empathy is commiseration with the family. This is the comfort that Allah offered to the companions, verse number 145. In chapter three waymarker Nellie Neff sin unter moutere illa be if Neela he Kitab Agila, no soul beat Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam or anyone else can leave this world without the permission of Allah. So whoever has passed away this has been

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the world the permission, the decree and the consent of Allah Kitab amaura gela every human every mortal, every souls, life has been decreed, and that cannot be altered or prolonged in any way. And when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam subsequently passed away, Abubakar, the olana comforted the own man through this very same idea. So as believers, it is perfectly fine for you to cry and to lament. But a believer never loses his composure because he knows everything has been decreed by Allah.