The Lucky Ones

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيم

Assalamualaikum w.b.t.

Sometimes, people can't accept your changes. People who are close to you. Your bestfriends, your family. People can't accept seeing you turning someone better and become a good person. You want them to change and follow your step either, but they don't. They refused to. They don't really believe in you.

But that's not your fault. You can't blame them either. Because Allah doesn't give guidance to everyone.

One change because of someone else, one change after getting motivated by other person. One change from mistakes. One change from life experience.

But another thing I discovered,
Some people, or actually more like 'certain creatures' change, because Allah directly knock the door of their heart. The guidance. It comes by itself to that certain creatures or I can say,

The lucky ones.

Without even been dragged or forced by others to change. All I could describe is it almost like you're in a deep sleep in a small room with the light off, but Allah comes into the room to turn the lights on and wakes you up.

The most significant thing is He, Allah SWT not only wakes you up, but He also fix the blindness of your heart and make you able to see the truth. He makes you see how bright your life can be when there's Imaan in your heart and Islam in your world. So what do you think?

Do you think that you're one of 'The lucky ones' ?
What if you are ?

Getting awake by Allah Himself instead of other people. Some people try so hard and pray to Allah to give them guidance and help them, but what if you're that lucky one who never pray and ask for guidance yet Allah gives it to you? Can you even imagine how HUGE Allah's love towards you?

To be the lucky one is incredible. It's beyond incredible. But people always misunderstand. Receiving a guidance, doesn't turn someone perfect immediately. Allah only gives you the way, now you're going to walk through it by yourself. Then there comes everyone's biggest fear. To be judged by human.

Those who against your jihad will laugh at you, make fun of you, or sometimes yell at you right infront of you for no reason. It frightens you, isn't? I feel the same way too, sometimes. You're weak. Everyone is. Even men with muscles and master in fighting are not strong enough to face their own fears. But Allah, He is the Most Merciful. He sends you strength and passion to keep moving forward. Because He is always with you. He secretly embrace you while you never realize and know about it.

Let the people talk and whisper to one another. Basically, people can only see your failure, but Allah sees your struggle and efforts. You know, no one succeed on their first try. Nobody can change their old, bad habits and attitude right away. But never stop on trying and never ever give up. Once you commit a sin, pray and ask for forgiveness from Allah. Keep on trying. You will succeed, in shaa Allah.

Remember my dear, always keep the faith and put your trust on Allah. He will help you. You'll soon receive the never ending happiness. I wish you the best. Good luck.

Oh, and one thing.

Do not expect too high on a person with jubah because sometimes they're still struggling and trying their very best to control their imaan. And never look down on a person who's ignorant (jahil) either. You won't know, they might on their way to change.

I dedicate everything to myself and also to all of us. May we always be in the right path and guided by Allah S.W.T. In shaa Allah ameen.

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