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  • hamza81
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    Originally posted by Zareena2021 View Post

    I need some advice
    Assalaamu Alaikum, yes certainly sister please go ahead.

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  • Zareena2021
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    Originally posted by hamza81 View Post
    Re: How we can get through hardships and trials in our lives



    Asalaamu Alaikum, my dear sister it is Allah who lead you to these posts so that your heart may find comfort. I also like you to find comfort in the following words:

    No amount of guilt can change the past and no amount of worrying can change the future. Go easy on yourself, for the outcome of all affairs is determined by Allah's decree. If something is meant to go elsewhere it will never come your way but if it is yours by destiny from you it cannot flee. (Umar Ibn al-Khattab Radiyallahu Anhu)

    Finally: " Do not detest the misfortunes that befall you, for what you detest may be the cause of your salvation and what you like may be the cause of your ruin." Al-Hasan Al-Basree

    If you would like any help or advice on anything at all then please do not hesitate to ask.

    May Allah give you the best of this world and the hereafter. Ameen
    I need some advice

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  • Zareena2015
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    bump

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  • hamza81
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    Do tests in life get easier? No and yes. Let me explain.

    Why no (tests don’t get easier). Tests don’t get easier, otherwise they would not be considered a test. Tests need to challenge us so that we can grow from them. The school system which is full of tests is a powerful analogy in this area. For a year 1 student, a year 1 test is difficult. For a year 10 student, a year 1 test is like a game. Similarly as we grow and develop, the tests get more difficult, otherwise they will stop feeling like tests.

    On this point, our Prophet was asked “who gets tested the most severely?” He responded by saying “They are the prophets, then the next best, then the next best.” (Tirmidhi) Depending on your spiritual level, the tests will get harder and harder, or they will become more nuanced, just like a year 10 test is much more nuanced, complex and requires higher skills than a year 1 test.

    Why yes. Tests get easier if we develop the correct mindset through our faith and if we develop the correct skills set through our life experiences.

    Mindset is critical. Know that you will be tested. Allah says in the Qur’an “And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient.” (Qur’an, 2:155) When you accept that your life will be filled with tests, it already gives you an upper hand. Imagine a student who walks into a classroom knowing they will have a quiz that day, compared to a student who had no idea. The mindset will be very different. Imagine if the latter student was expecting to walk into a class party but instead is faced with a quiz. They would be utterly shocked. Similarly, if we think this life is going to be just about pleasing our ego, we will be utterly shocked when the party ends and a test arises.

    Skills set is the other critical point. While a year 10 test is much more difficult than a year 1 test, it would be hoped that schooling would have developed the knowledge and skills needed for a year 10 student to do a year 10 test. Isn’t life a school where we learn so much and develop so many skills? By the time we are faced with the more difficult tests, we will be better prepared for them. We should also keeping mind that “Allah does not burden a soul (with a test) greater than it can bear.” (Qur’an, 2:286). Therefore, he will not test us with a year 10 test when we are in year 1.

    The take home message is:
    1. Remember that we will be tested in this life and we will grow from them. Our faith reminds us of this important detail about life.
    2. The past tests help us to grow so that when we face new challenges, we have developed the skills and mechanisms needed to deal with them.
    3. BUT, a test is a test. That is, in any case, it will challenge us in some way otherwise it will not be a test. It needs to challenge us to ensure we grow from it.

    May Allah enable us all to past the tests we are faced with. Ameen.

    (The above does not explain all aspects of life events, but one that many of us could apply in our personal lives)

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  • Richard323
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    Now I am going through a difficult test for myself, during this time I realized how weak I am in patience and faith, how proud I was of my faith. How insignificant is my faith ... Glory to Allah that he helped me understand this.

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  • BK
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    Beautiful reminder jazakallah khuran.

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  • Musbah
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bemf...Peqlg&index=30

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    seek help in patience and prayer

    salah
    dua
    quran

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by LailaTheMuslim View Post
    Simply_Logical - this thread from the front to back may help brother.
    ok ill have a read

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  • LailaTheMuslim
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    Simply_Logical - this thread from the front to back may help brother.

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  • hamza81
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    In Times Of Hardships

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  • hamza81
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    Re: How we can get through hardships and trials in our lives

    Facing Hardships & Trials - Powerful True Story

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  • kingo
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    Re: How we can get through hardships and trials in our lives

    in this holy month, i feel really down and sad, knowing that all prayers, sujood, begging, since quite sometimes are not answered. but instead, more turbulences, trials, hardships, insults, humiliations, that come.
    i honestly losing faith and imaan.
    I'm not a bad person, but since little, been bullied, rejected, and ignored, even by own parents, especially mother.
    growing was really difficult, and now, i seem to attract evil people, even when I didn't do anything to provoke or to interact with them. they just come and add more hardships in my life.
    the only thing I depended on was Allah, but I don't know if Allah even listens my dua.
    Am I being led astray? why Allah lets my heart blackened and bitter, after all my cries and prays...
    i did self-ruqyah for sometimes, i tried to contact ulama, and for some reasons, didn't go well, or, felt being ignored. i tried dzikir, so many duas, no results.
    i give up
    Last edited by kingo; 20-06-17, 03:39 AM.

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  • hamza81
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    Re: How we can get through hardships and trials in our lives

    Dont Be Sad - Powerful Reminder

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