Tuesday, May 08, 2007
LESSON OF THE DAY 830
Recite what has been revealed to you from the Book, and pray regularly; for prayer restrains from that which is abominable and disavowed. And remembrance of God is even greater. And God knows what you do. [29: 45]
Hadith of the Day:
A person who is not trustworthy does not have faith. The religion of the one does not keep his word is not true religion. [Tabarani]
Wise Quote of the Day:
If you persevere in adversity and depend on God, then know that He will remove your afflictions and bestow vast blessings upon you. Therefore follow the road of patience and rejoice in His infinite bounty. [Shaykh Abdul Qadir Jilani]
Guidance of the Day:
What we call results are beginnings. The lesson of limitlessness will keep you traveling along your path. It is sense that there are no boundaries to what you can become or do. You learn it when you know that your evolution is never-ending and your potential for growth reaches to infinity. However, boundaries exist only in your mind. When you are able to transcend them, you learn the lesson of limitlessness. We could do anything we set our minds to, no matter how impossible it might seen or how strong the opposition. The reason there is no end to the levels you can reach is because you already have infinite potential within you. Your challenge in this lifetime is simply to uncover that potential by peeling back the layers and remembering this essential truth: there is nothing you cannot do, be or have. All is within your reach.
Each lesson you learn in your lifetime will open doorways to your own sense of limitlessness. There is no limit to your compassion or patience, nor to your willingness, commitment, tolerance, or any other pocket of understanding you reach into. You have infinite permission to love, to grow, and to re-remember all the wisdom within you. What is important is that you believe that you can do it and that you give yourself every opportunity to succeed. [Scott, If Life is a Game, These are the Rules]
Food for Thought:
If you are faced with a challenge,
refuse to be panic-stricken.
Life has not ended for you.
Life flows on. Declare for yourself:
I accept the responsibility of this situation,
but not its permanence.
Posted by Mrs. Iffath Hasan at 3:08 PM