Mizi Wahid Quotes
“One of the things I've learned to accept in my life is that some people need to be loved from distance...
Loving from a distance means that we continuously remember them in our prayers, and proving that we genuinely still care for them. We do this by asking about them or by paying them a visit when we hear something unfortunate had happened to them or their loved ones.”
“Amazing is the affair of the believer, verily all of his affairs are good, and this is not for anyone else except the believer. If something GOOD befalls him, he is GRATEFUL and that is good for him. If something BAD befalls him, he is PATIENT and that is good for him (too).” [Narrated by Imam Muslim]”
“Most prominently, that the events that happen to us don't get to decide when our story is over. God does. And for as long as we continue to be blessed with the gifts of life, a sound mind, and the ability to make a difference, we must continue to choose hope over fear, belief over doubt, and effort over despair.”
“But 'easy' will not give us the things and experiences that we will treasure and cherish for the rest of our lives. Greatness doesn't always come out from easy circumstances and events. One thing we can expect through difficulty and perseverance is that we will grow. And when we do, the struggles, the failures, and the challenges will suddenly, become "easy".”
“Each day, you're one step closer to living your best day yet. Seize every opportunity. The timing is right, and the conditions are in order. Something amazing is about to happen in your life. Don't let anybody tell you you're not good enough. Don't let them tell you you're too young, or too old. Don't let anybody tell you that you're finished. Every day that you wake up in the morning, it's a sign - the best is yet to come.”
“But I do strongly believe that sometimes God is more interested in seeing a change in us, than a change in our situation. So rather than turning our circumstances around, He may prolong it to see if we've got what it takes to change our ways; to grow, to improve. and to mature into the person He's destined you to become.”