Better Me Ramadan 2019 #14 – Patience and Submissiveness

Wael Ibrahim


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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu Welcome back. Today we wanted to discuss the difference between patience and submissiveness. So the code of today is, do not confuse patience with submissiveness while enjoying tough times is required for success and excellence, enduring injustice, and oppression is foolishness. So, now I think you have already got an idea of the difference between patience and submissiveness. Patience basically is to wait a little bit longer than usual for your pain in that you experience in life the regular pain like you know, we go to work, we are tired, we have too much loads of work, we have to endure with patients and beautiful

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patients means to excel in what you're doing. But wait, the pain inshallah, at the end of the day, you will be rewarded. However, if your boss is causing you injustice, meaning require of you more than what you can bear. This is something that needs to talk about. And this is something that you need to be open about your boss. This is just an example. So there's a huge difference between being patient and being just waiting for injustice, you know, waiting for miracles to happen. Just like you know, sometimes again, husbands and wives who are into fight, excuse me.

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We tend to tell the sister to be patient.

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We tend to tell the sister just suffer, suffer, suffer, but he's beating me up. He's shouting at me. He's you know, he's not giving me allowance. He's doing this. So just be patient, you know, this is now this is you know, bearing upon the injustice This is wrong. islamically speaking this is wrong. So we need to differentiate so that we can find solutions to injustice May Allah Subhana Allah grant us the right understanding me