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Mental Toughness Training : Pushing the limits of body & soul

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  • #16
    Re: Mental Toughness Training : Pushing the limits of body & soul

    [MENTION=140134]Chained Rider[/MENTION]

    Its not simply a slogan and the greater burden we can bare the greater our strength

    And Allah tests those whom he loves most so that must means the more he loves you the stronger you must be


    But anyway im fine with this thread so long as the advjce is from Allah swt and rasullalah saw


    Nevertheless i still believe that the closer to Allah awj you are and the more he loves you the stronger you are

    So the best way to gain strenght would be to strive for the love of Allah swt


    Allahu3lam

    :brf:
    Accept the decree

    It has happened to a million other people don't expect to be the exception

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    • #17
      Re: Mental Toughness Training : Pushing the limits of body & soul

      ^ It depends on what you mean by strong. Physical strength or mental strength. Whichever it is, nobody is born with it or at the time of birth it is at a minimum. Strength, mental or physical is something that needs to be cultivated. Also your premise is that you have to be strong for Allah to the test , I believe strength is the outcome for the one who has passed the test.

      An analogy would be with weight training or physical training. You become strong as a result of undergoing the training or 'test'. Not vice versa. If you are already strong , why undergo training or the test.

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      • #18
        Re: Mental Toughness Training : Pushing the limits of body & soul

        Tip 3 : Your ass is your own responsibility .

        You come alone in this world. You leave alone. And most of the time in between , you are on your own. Lookout for your own ass and don't count on others for your wellbieng .

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        • #19
          Re: Mental Toughness Training : Pushing the limits of body & soul

          And the Quran it says

          Every man's fate We have fastened on his own neck: On the Day of Judgment We shall bring out for him a scroll, which he will see spread open.
          al-Isra' (Children of Israel, The Israelites) 17:13

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