Yeah, I am happy to be back. I could disappear for days or months but eventually find my motivation, inspiration to write on my website. Today I will discuss ‘Why Rush Things? When Allah is the Best Planner’, Why? because I find my inspiration and I decided to share it with the rest of the world. Even though I don’t have much audience or readers but quantity doesn’t matter for as long as you have good-quality content.
As I said in my previous article, it is difficult to think and write about a topic on your own. You would be there, sitting all day and think about what to write, what topic should be described whether it should be motivational, informational, knowledgeable, technological, etc.
And then one day, you wake up full of energy and decided to write about the motivational topic ‘Why Rush Things? When Allah is the Best Planner.’ First of all, I would like to tell you where and how I get this idea. Now, these days I’ve been a great observant, I observe things around me, fascinating things, including people, the way they deal with their daily-life activities and found a common thing. They are always in a hurry. They rush things. A thing or a thought came into their minds and they wanted to get it done NOW. Like why? I mean why Rush Things?
Let me get you through this phase, while I was observing I see people finished their studies wanted to have a job and start what they call ‘real-life’. In a hurry, it’s like they get a job, work tirelessly, earn money. But finding a good job is not easy, so they get worried, overthinking every little thing like ‘what if I don’t get a job and never be able to settle? what will I do? where will I go? How will I survive? Who is going to marry me if I don’t get a job? or Who will look after me when I get old?.’ These kinds of thoughts come into one’s mind and they rush things.
Beware of such thoughts because it’s Shaitaan (The devil) he is actually putting that garbage into your heads. He is jealous of your peace and tries everything possible to destroy it. It’s what we call ‘WASWASA’. He (the devil) makes you feel miserable when in Quran, Allah (SWT) says ‘Do not be sad’ and also ‘We will not burden a human being more than he could handle’. So I advise you to avoid such negativity. How? try this, whenever you get a negative vibe, you would instantly try to think of something positive. It will be very helpful to you to avoid Shaitaan and be at peace. Tell yourself, Allah has created me and He will save me.
If you are a true believer, you will always Thank Allah in your happiness or sorrow. A lot of people thank Allah in happiness but in sorrow, most of us curse ourselves saying ‘Why me?’ Do not ask Why me, It’s Allah, and He knows what’s better for you. He gives us happiness and pain in order to make us realize He is out there and watching everything. That’s why Allah says in the Quran ‘Surely, Allah is with those that are patient’. So thank Allah for your happiness and be patient, and grateful whenever you suffer. Suffering brings you closer to Allah (SWT).
‘They plan, and Allah plans. And Allah is the best of planners.’ (Surah Al-Anfal – 30). Don’t rush things, leave everything on Allah (SWT), and see the magic. Have faith and believe in Allah because only He has the power to make things easy for you. Allah is the best planner, he definitely has some awesome plans for you, all you have to do is to be patient. My grandmother always used to say, your destiny was written when you were not even born. Allah already has plans for you. You have to wait for your turn, ‘With Every Difficulty, There is Relief.’