Thursday, January 03, 2013

Walking Your Path

A teacher can't teach you what experience can

It's a matter of walking through it to understand 

No books, papers or pens on hand

It's just you, and the course pre-ordained by His Command

Words can do no justice in experiencing experience

It's a do or die situation - faced with the consequences of your decision

Falling down being part of the equation

For that's the first step of preparation 
"Accidents" are areas where we can draw on strength and determination 
It's the unknown that leaves us anxious, with a dreaded antiscipation 
When the cookie crumbles we come to the realization
We form the correct understanding, for the truth of every situation becomes apparent
No teacher can teach this, not even your first ; your parent[s]
It's a course that may seem ugly at first
But thereafter it in fact serves as a means of comfort
Can't quite express it, even if we digress in our dark moments it makes it hurt less
It comes with knowing that just 'cause it's not quite rolling, doesn't mean we'll be broken
Every fall makes you a tough nut, not ready to give up
Makes you numb to the fear of what may or may not come
There's beauty in all, just have to look for it
There's lessons in life, just gotta have faith in it
Just keep it going like a solja ... 
Though I know you won't quite really know, until it molds you into your own, heh!

The purpose for the creation of human beings in this world is to test their conduct. This world of life and death, wealth and poverty, sickness and health, was created to sift out the righteous souls from the evil souls. Human conduct in this world is the measure of faith. As The Almighty mentions this in Quran: “Surely I have created all that is on earth as its ornaments that I may test which of them is best in conduct.” Qur’aan, 18:7

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