Thursday: I seriously dislike...
...I seriously dislike competitive people especially those who get jealous and want to see others fail. Success is from sincere hard work and from God alone and there's plenty of room at the top for everyone to succeed. I'm inspired and motivated by others energy and zeal which pushes me to work harder - it inspires me to believe in me and motivates me to achieve. Note to competitive and jealous people - I'm extremely nice - but, seriously, don't push it as I won't even look at you twice. I have zero-tolerance for such souls and I'll make sure they know it. To the rest of you awesome souls who are inspired and motivated to be the best - remember, theirs something so uniquely special about you that only YOU can offer that to the world. Believe in you and go achieve it. You are only YOU and not no one else ever!
Monday: Get Unstuck Now!
...Our pious predecessor women of Islam and the Mother of Believers did not spend their valuable moments crying over attachments and broken hearts. You want inspiration and motivation? Go study their lives and then emulate it! They were the true Ambassadors of Islam. If the Qur'an does not soothe your hurt soul then nothing can or will! If you want to succeed in your life as a Muslim then get up and make your dreams happen. The more you continue to blind follow the more stuck you'll remain!
Friday: Like Attracts Like!
Like attracts like. If you're positive you'll attract positivity in your world. If you're negative well, you know what you'll attract then. Being depressed isn't good for you or those around you. Figure out what's holding you back or hurting you, give yourself permission to feel those emotions and then realise you were created for a greater purpose and get to healing your hurts. If you're reading this then you can get help - if you want it and if you're ready to move forward. If you want to stay in your pity-party then that's the choice you've made - no one is forcing you. Choose well. Your life is precious - treat it well.
...We each have 24 hours in a day. Our pious predecessors achieved so much with so little - and today we have so much but do so little. The only time we realise we have 24 hours in a day is during Ramadan! (Yes, even I feel those 18 hour fasts). So let this Ramadan be a reminder for us to spend our 24 hours wisely iA.#WeBeInspired
Saturday: Need some Help?
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...Unleash the Genius within You! Live a life on purpose with purpose. You were created for greatness. Never, ever settle for less or mediocre. Learn to excel. And right now you have the resources you need to start becoming the better version of you! Love, duas and light
...Be content and happy with what you have right now. If what you have doesn't make you happy right now then what will? There's those who don't even have a roof over their head - yet the still give you a smile. Be grateful for what you have and He (swt) will give you more.
Tuesday: Mind Tricks?
...Jedi Mind Tricks? Nah, just be polite, respectful, helpful and spread love and light. It will come back round in full force of goodness. Try it!
Friday: The Emotional Stuff!
...To begin to make positive changes in our lives and to start eliminating bad habits and replacing them with good ones we need to deal with the emotional stuff - yes, that stuff which we keep buried and surfaces every time we start taking a step towards positive action. You may want to start reading more books, as an example, but every time you start you just can't - why? It may be linked to something way in the past and reading was involved. We need to heal that part of us. This is true for many areas of our lives.
Monday: Greatest Crime
“The greatest crime is not developing your potential.When you do what you do best, you are helpingnot only yourself, but the world.” Roger Williams
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