For example, today you want to tell your mother how much you love her.
Initially, your flawlessly planned sentence that you had spent the whole night working on goes like this,
“My dear beloved mother, know that not a minute goes by that I did not think of
you. If you are a bank, then I’m the loaner, because I owe you so much, that
there’s not a single account in this world can possibly hold all the love and
care you have given me all these years. I’m so lucky to have you as my mom. I’m
the world’s richest girl, don’t you know that mom? Not in wealth, but in
abundance of joy and love that we share. Nothing in this world can beat that. If
there is one thing in this world that you don’t have to be afraid of, it’s my
word that I’ll always be there to take care of you when you’re old. At least that’s one thing I can promise you with. Thank you, mom. Love you.”
Actually, it’s not just today. In fact, everyday you wish you could go up to her and say, “Mother, thank you for bringing me into this world. I love you, I always will.”
But then there’s this one voice inside you, saying,
“No, don’t do that! What would your mother think of you! Why would a girl say
that to her mom EVERYDAY? I mean, come on, it’s like you are obsessed or
something! Or maybe…you are a…les****??”
But..sometimes..a lot of times, I miss the company of friends.
You know, pals. People with almost the same age as me.
On the other hand, we’re not of the same mom and dad, so technically, we’re not family.
But all the same, I’ve always felt like there’s this invisible connection. There’s no rope that binds our hearts…but I’ve always felt like there is one. Well, especially among muslims.
Maybe it’s because of what we believe? All muslims believe in the same one principle, which is “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is His Messenger”. This principle is the oath of each muslim which we renew in our daily prayers.
Maybe ‘The Invisible Rope’ does exist. But WHO IS HOLDING IT?
WHO IS BRINGING THE MANY HEARTS AS ONE..under the banner of faith?
I don’t see Him anywhere. I’ve never seen Him. In fact, nobody’s ever seen Him. Except a man named Muhammad ibnu Abdullah.(if I’m not mistaken)
“These words are not from me, but know that they are from Allah, the God of the
“Love your brothers,” it said, “ more than you love yourself”.
“I love you dear brother, even though you are not my blood brother, because
Allah says so. Whatever I possess is also yours, whatever your sorrows are
also mine, and whatever joy you feel brings great joy to me too..just because Allah
Dear God, bring me someone who also has this secret in her heart, so that we both may unlock each other’s hearts.
I’ll be waiting for you..my gift from Allah.
I’ll be waiting for you..whoever you are..