Better Me Ramadan 2019 #08 – Learn to share what you feel

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Wael Ibrahim

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah he salatu salam, welcome back, better me 365 ways to transform your every day life. Listen to this quote in sha Allah Allah Allah. It is hard to keep your thoughts and words only to yourself. It is mentally torturing, learn to share what you feel, and you shall be heard. So many people have the idea that if I am going through trauma or if I'm experiencing some pain, or even if I have sinned in some way or another, I should keep these thoughts to myself I should be tortured alone. I shouldn't share my sins with anyone my brothers and sisters in Islam there is a difference between exposing

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your sins

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proudly like you know you sinned last night and then the next morning you go outside until every one that you have seen. This is one thing that is upholding Islam, the prophet SAW Allah made it prohibited. However, if you really want to reach someone out to express those feelings, so that you can feel better there is no problem whatsoever. There is no harm here at all because you your intention is to actually learn how to cope with these sins or with these thoughts and become a better person and that's what Ramadan is, is about. So inshallah let this Ramadan be the beginning of reaching people out expressing yourselves without a shame because none of us are angels By the

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way, none of us is an angel. So reach out people, tell them what you feel and inshallah to Allah you will find the necessary help. May Allah bless you, Sir Michael