Unity Peace

Unity Peace

Let there be peace on earth And let it begin with me.

 Let there be peace on earth 

The peace that was meant to be.

 With God as our Father 

Family all are we 

Let us walk with each other In perfect harmony. 

Let peace begin with me. 

Let this be the moment now With every step. 

I take Let this be my joyful vow 

To take each moment In peace eternally. 

Let there be peace on earth 

And let it begin with me 

Lets belive in God 

No matter what religions say 

Let there be peace on earth 

And let peace begin with me.

Peace

Peace

Loved you, 

Cried you, 

Bore you,

 Yelled you,
Screamed you,

 Moaned you, 

Given you,

Kept you,
Crave you,

Left you, 

Took you, 

Left you,

Wept you,

I have nothing…
Now I rise with Him,

Cry with Him, 

Care for Him,
Love in Him, 

Praise to Him,

 Glorify Him, Give because of Him,

Heal through Him and Kneel to Him.

You have nothing..

HE has it all! 

Peace.

Nothing is easy, until God makes it easy…

They say with time it gets easier but sometimes it really doesn’t. The realisation of what’s lost becomes more evident. The memories replay over & over. The temporary distractions stop working & the reality of the situation sets in. A big hole. And we as humans need that hole to be filled.  And you know […]

https://curioushearts.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/nothing-is-easy-until-god-makes-it-easy/

“God is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs” (Quran 3:173)

He will keep breaking your heart until you learn. Learn that the flawed attachments you have with the world and what it has to offer, will destroy your Aakhira (Hereafter). So out of His mercy, He causes that attachment to hurt you, He takes it away, or He shows you something of it which you […]

https://curioushearts.wordpress.com/2015/10/05/god-is-sufficient-for-us-and-he-is-the-best-disposer-of-affairs-quran-3173-2/

Be Your STRONG Self

Don’t forget, you ARE STRONG- Sometimes, we are so busy “trying” to be strong that we forget that we ARE strong. With every hardship we have endured, we have only gained strength from it. Every pain felt, means we have developed thicker skin. So, don’t forget that YOU ARE STRONG, and you will continue to…

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ALHUDA TAUGHT ME

ALHUDA  taught me a lot. It’s a big list that I learnt in short time. Today, i like to share with my readers so that they would get chance to be a part of this journey. My journey started with the change in my sister’s attitude, she was regular student of Alhuda . As a […]

https://alhudathequranclub.wordpress.com/2015/12/12/alhuda-taught-me/

TOLERANCE (RAWADARI)

Tolerance means “to bear“. As a concept, it refers to respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of cultures, forms of expression and ways of being human. In Arabic, it is called tasamuh. Words like hilm (forbearance) or ‘afw (forgiveness) or saf-h (overlooking) also convey the meaning of tolerance. In Persian and Urdu, we […]

https://alhudathequranclub.wordpress.com/2015/12/11/tolerance-rawadari/

Harmony

Harmony

If I had a wish, it would be this
that all Allah’s people would be just like him,
able to cope, trust and just get along.
And not wonder if someone’s doing them wrong.
If we just put our trust in Him,
then we could surely enter in, and enjoy what life
has to offer. Instead of trying to hate on your
sister or brother. Yes, life would be so sweet,
if we just stop trying to compete, for what’s already been
promised. Life everlasting and peace of mind.
So, get it together and claim your prize,
for I truly want to get what’s mine.

Bipolar and Suicide in the news

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Well bipolar is in the news again and it is being liked with a famous actor he struggled with depression/bipolar along with addition most of his life and in a moment of hopelessness he decided to end his life so now its a hot trending topic .pray

I remember watching the movie What Dreams may come and feeling very sad it touched a raw spot that I haven’t talked about much , My father killed himself when I was 15 and then a year and 6 months later my uncle (mother’s brother ) also killed himself , after it happened no one really talked about how they felt or anything it was just lets move on and forget no counseling or therapy my mom didn’t believe in it . It took me years to seek and accept that yes I have a mental illness and no I can not change that! I now choose to deal with my moods through prayer to Allah , journaling , Mood tracking ( here’s the tracker I use http://www.moodtracker.com). Diet I have eliminated junk foods and most processed foods as well as sodas from my diet  excising I usually walk and talking about how I feel. One thing I have learned is if it works use it if it don’t stop wasting time on it and find something that works.salah

 

Came across this quote in regards to Robin Williams and had to share.

“Killing oneself is, anyway, a misnomer. We don’t kill ourselves. We are simply defeated by the long, hard struggle to stay alive. When somebody dies after a long illness, people are apt to say, with a note of approval, “He fought so hard.” And they are inclined to think, about a suicide, that no fight was involved, that somebody simply gave up. This is quite wrong.” – Sally Brampton

what dreams

 As a survivor of suicide myself,( yes I did try once in my life and it failed and was so very painful) I can assure you … when you reach the state of belief that the world would be a better place without YOU in it — the movement to attempt is not selfish. It is lonely. And numb. And of a completely diseased mindset.
100’s of people I have talked with who are either suicide survivors or family/friends who have been affected/effected by suicide, one thing rings truer than true. The ones who commit suicide are not narcissistic. A narcissist would not hurt themselves. These folk are not self-absorbed. They do not even remotely like themselves, let alone think of themselves as better than or above all. When one reaches the place of actually acting on the taking of their life … they are alone. In their mind, in their heart, in their soul…they are alone. And they truly think the world would be better — without them in it.

The craziest part of all of this is that MOST people who struggle with deep depression hide it from the world with humor. With ‘normalcy.’ We go about our day to day and we hide in our darkness. We bury it because it is not pretty or culturally acceptable.

The problems all start getting worse when they are all bottled up one needs to express how they feel even if it’s like crap, blah’s or in so much pain just talking about it can help as can medication and routines people need to pull their heads out of the sand and start taking bipolar, depression , sadness call it what you will like a serious disease and treating it as such if it was treated like a heart attack there would be a plan of how to treat and mange the risks.

Routines , diet, excise , medications and therapy , support groups , mood tracking and religion all have a place in fighting bipolar 10259232_10152472378868755_6481177094529623212_o