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Day 422

Day 422
Alhamdulillah, dengan linangan air mata gembira aku menoktahkan salah satu cabang perjalanan dalam hidupku. 
Semoga 1.5 tahun yang aku sumbang menjadi saham akhirat untukku. 
Jalan ini tidak mudah, sekali-kali tidak mudah. Cabarannya dimana-mana. 
Doakan aku agar terus bergerak, terus istiqamah menyumbang untuk Ummah. 
Terima kasih sahabat, teman dan rakan kerana mewarnai hidupku selama ini.
We've made it, dear comrades!

Lirik lagu Paradise dari Maher Zain cukup menggambarkan perasaanku sekarang. Ya Tuhan, betapa aku inginkan JannahMu!

And now we're here feeling so good.
About all the things that we went through 
Knowing that God is pleased with us too
It's not a dream, this is so true

Feeling the peace all around
Seeing things we could never imagine
Hearing the sound of rivers flow
And we know we'll be here forever
The feeling is indescribable 
Knowing that this is our reward 

Do you remember the hard times we went through? 
And those days we used to argue
But there was not one thing that could bring us down 
'Cause we always had in our minds
The place that no eye has ever seen
The place that no heart has ever perceived 
The place we've been promised to live in forever

pic credit to Umar Mita

Kalau apa yang engkau serukan kepada mereka (wahai Muhammad) sesuatu yang berfaedah yang sudah didapati, dan satu perjalanan yang sederhana (tidak begitu jauh), nescaya mereka (yang munafik itu) akan mengikutmu; tetapi tempat yang hendak dituju itu jauh bagi mereka. Dan mereka akan bersumpah dengan nama Allah dengan berkata: "Kalau kami sanggup, tentulah kami akan pergi bersama kamu". (Dengan sumpah dusta itu) mereka membinasakan diri mereka sendiri, sedang Allah mengetahui bahawa sesungguhnya mereka itu orang-orang yang berdusta (tentang tidak sanggupnya mengikutmu).

p/s: Teruskan bergerak wahai Ansarullah.
Ini bukan noktah untuk kita


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