Arguments have a way of slowing us down and doing a lot of damage in general, so I’ve written some reflections on navigating them when it seems as though we’re being pulled into it.
How we perceive our efforts in relation to those that surround us can make a difference to how they’re able to influence our lives.
I wanted to discuss the approach we have towards our emotions and struggles for a bit.
I make some distinctions between the two and how it supports us in our lives.
Sometimes we let our hearts and minds wander, consumed by what can be, so much so that we’re unable to recognise what’s possible.
We haves rights, but so too do others. When we know our responsibilities, life might flow better.
Some blessings are in what we eat and drink, some in the items we have. It can also be within the people. The distribution of blessings can be altered whenever Allah wills.
I look on my style of writing, specifically my attempts on balancing proofs with communication.
I feel that it’s often damaging to tell ourselves to forgive, but not forget. The statement itself encourages you not to forgive.
If we’re persistent in the wrong places, we’ll be too tired to act where it matters, so it might be worth reviewing what it is you want.