Alerted by a sign

I was inspired by a sister’s  blog ( to write that the road to success in maintaining Iman (faith) is not an easy one and as she has stated, it’s like a tide; some are high and some come in low.” Yes, can’t agree more with this comparison.  I also would like to add that a road taken may not always be straight and sometimes those curves can lead to failures.  A loop can cause confusion, but the speed bumps are there to slow us down such as friends. The caution lights alert us such as family.

However, whatever road we take or tide we are riding on I try to remember that a flat tire can lead me to change it and replace it with a spare on. This is a quick fix but looking back on that road taken there is one thing that I am reminded about is that going on leads to more determination, with an engine of perseverance, an insurance called faith and a driver- Allah, who has taken me through storms and  through a journey of roads and many tides.

Jazak Allahu Khair sisters for visitng the blog while I was away and leaving your comments as they mark a footprint to my continued evaluation of my faith through your blogs.


“Good friends are hard to find, harder to leave, and impossible to forget.”

Allah bless you all!!


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by adikbongsu on April 15, 2008 at 12:29 pm

    Masya’Allah…. you’re so good with words dear sister. Your description is so apt and show what a deep thinker you are. Love you for Allah’s sake and May Allah bless you and your family forever.




  2. Good way of writing,
    Missed you while you werent here. Looking forward to more post from you, now that you are here … 🙂


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