There are too much emotions and feelings involved this past few weeks. I found myself to be in a very unstable condition. Things that I didn't expect to happen and had affect me miserably. Alhamdulillah, there are my friends that willingly to share my feelings and at that time I was like so blank I forgot that there must be 'hikmah' behind all these. Thanks again to my amigos who showed me the 'light'.
Still, I'm trying to forget what's need to be forgotten. As I poured my heart to a dear friend, she expressed her gratefulness for what had happened to her. Those 'bad' things made her heart stronger. I guess I'm not that strong enough and maybe I'm under training to strengthen my heart, insya-Allah.
So, I indulge myself in a great novel, QUARTET written by Saidatul Saffaa. My review of her another novel, here. A journey of Rumaisa's transformation from a 'biasa biasa girl' to an ideal muslimah. When reading this novel it sort of a pang in my heart and a bang in my head. Jadi malu sendiri.
To much anecdotes and quotes to post but I'll like to share this one with you guys.
Dan apabila hamba - hamba - Ku bertanya kepadamu mengenai Aku, maka (jawablah), bahawasanya Aku (Allah) sentiasa hampir (kepada mereka). Aku perkenankan permohonan orang yang berdoa apabila ia berdoa kepada - Ku, maka hendaklah mereka menyahut seruan - Ku (dengan mematuhi perintah - Ku), dan hendaklah mereka beriman kepada - Ku supaya mereka selalu berada dalam kebenaran.
(al - Baqarah : 186)
In a middle of misery, I found this book and somehow it soothe my heart. Alhamdulillah. I'll like to say that Saidatul Saffaa (SS) writing style changes a bit. i think Quartet felt a bit more appealing and more sporty than SS previous stories. Maybe to reach out to the youngsters? If it is I'm praying hard for it and I also pray that this novel will be an inspiration for us to experience what Rumaisa's had faced. But Allah, can I pray that less heartache for me? (can this be called ungrateful and tak redha?)
Have you guys ever wondered why that when we were kids, even simple things can made us smile and laugh. Is it really hard to be an adult that we are very much difficult to please? Slightest mistakes or a small bumps in the road can upsets us very much. Why can't we enjoy the those 'simple' things anymore?
Last but not least, I'll like to wish:
1. Good luck and ganbatte to my sister in her UPSR battle. Fighting!
2. All the best to all my friends. Be it you are still in uni, working or at home.
3. Cheer up to myself. ^^
notabuku: Bestnyaaaaaaaa, jelesnyaaaaaa... Those who are still studying, carpe diem.