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Menyerah Diri

Usai maghrib tadi, sempat jugak mendengar sharing drp kak Ain Syafiqah.  Tentang menyerah diri.
Is it a positive attitude? or it isn't?
Menyerah diri
Kepada siapa?  Tentang apa?

Menyerah diri yg disentuh di sini ialah menyerah diri kepada Allah
Menyerah dalam konteks ini bukan bererti kalah 
Bukan juga give up
Bahkan boleh memberi kita kemenangan yang tak terjangka
Menyerah diri di sini berlaku bila kita dah tak terdaya lagi, and let the rest to Allah
tapi ingat, mesti USAHA dulu

The interesting part is, contohnya masa exam, kita rasa kita dah study banyak and believed that our result depends solely on us.  Sebenarnya kita terlupa , berjaya atau gagalnya kita , itu semua hak Allah.  Our result depend solely on HIM after we have tried, after we have struggled.  My success does not happen because I DID it, it's because it's in Allah's WILL.

Muhasabah balik,
Sometime I lost track the MAIN REASON why I keep studying
Why I shouldn't make a halt and give up

And I admit, kadang kala ego memuncak setinggi langit
Merasakan kejayaan akan datang sebab aku dah berusaha, tapi lupa untuk menadah tangan berdoa, lagikan untuk bangun sepertiga malam meminta kepada Pencipta

Mungkin ini sebabnya kenapa kadang-kadang mudah sangat putus asa, terus salahkan Allah.
Sedangkan aku lupa, niat pada asalnya sudah lari, jauh dari reference point (baca:mencari mardhatillah)

Istighfar banyak-banyak.  After 1 year, maybe this is what I need to change.
Change We Need! 
A clearer view why I am here, why I studied and keep studying
A stronger creed, InsyaAllah
and of course, ego and stress management ..hehe :D

 Intansurullah yansurkum, wayutsabit aqdamakum 
 : "Jika kamu menolong agama Allah, maka Allah akan mengukuhkan pendirianmu" (QS. Muhammad : 7)


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