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A few months ago I heard this Quranic verse in a graduation speech "With every hardship comes ease" and it was quite soothing.  

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On 2/7/2019 at 6:32 PM, Ryder said:

Do you have any Rumi? I think he studied Islamic mysticism called Sufism.


This isn't my faith, I am Jewish. but I love reading quotes from Rumi. Once of my faviroutes was "Knocking at a door, it opens, I was knocking from inside!" Great stuff.


Here's some Rumi:


Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world.

Today I am wise, so I want to change myself.




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@Ather, it was great to read the word allah; I know thay most of people who speak english are christians and they dont say allah, thay say god and of course it is no problem, I only wanted to say that I was surprised.

I didnt imagine that it would be available to talk about how my religion helped me and how listening to quran and roqia made my healing faster, yes, it is true and iam sure that quran made me heal faster as much as iam sure that iam suffering withdrawals.

A sentence in quran sais: we will make you feel some pain, fear, money loss, self loss and hunger and who can wait for them until they end, then allah will know he is a believer and will give him a great life again with alot of great blessings( I think I dont use precise english do describe the sentence in quran as fascinating as it is).

All these sentences and promises that we belive and trust are giving us patience and strength to bear and wait.

Islam is a great religion, it is the truth.

Iam an arabic speaker, you can ask me about things u want.

Thanks for such a great topic.

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In islam, one purpose of suffering is growth.


WD pain, especially the mental pain, is a pain the human mind cannot comprehend. You can only understand it when you go through it.


WD is hell, i will not sugar coat it. But also i won't deny the fact  that i have been blessed throughout this journey. I have grown in ways i have never though were possible, gained valuable life lessons and wisdom that will serve me for the rest of my life.  I am not the same person before WD, and to be honest, and i don't want to be.

"The most two important days in your life are the day your born and the day you find out why"
and WD finally let me find out my purpose in life.

I have always found comfort in the words of Allah during times of deep despair. I want to share some verses from Qur'an


"Be sure We shall test you with something of fear and hunger, some loss in goods, lives, and the fruits of your toil. But give glad tidings to those who patiently persevere. Those who say, when afflicted with calamity, 'To Allah we belong, and to Him is our return.' They are those on whom descend blessings from their Lord, and mercy. They are the ones who receive guidance." (2:155-157)


"And be steadfast in patience, for verily Allah will not suffer the reward of the righteous to perish." (11:115)

"Be patient, for your patience is with the help of Allah." (16:127)


"Patiently, then, persevere - for the Promise of Allah is true, and ask forgiveness for your faults, and celebrate the praises of your Lord in the evening and in the morning." (40:55)

Verily, with every difficulty there is relief.
Verily, with every difficulty there is relief.

Qur'an 94:5-6


you who have attained to faith! Be patient in adversity, and vie in patience with one another, and be ever ready (to do what is right), and remain conscious of God, so that you might attain to a happy state


And whoever fears Allah - He will make for him a way out And will provide for him from where he does not expect. And whoever relies upon Allah - then He is sufficient for him. Indeed, Allah will accomplish His purpose. Allah has already set for everything a [decreed] extent. (65: 2-3)


Seek Allah’s help with patient perseverance and prayer. It is indeed hard except for those who are humble.(2:45)


It may be that you hate something when it is good for you and it may be that you love something when it is bad for you. Allah (swt) knows and you know not. ( 2:216)


No one will be granted such goodness except those who exercise patience and self-restraint, none but persons of the greatest good fortune.(41:35)

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Hi everyone


Some thoughts that may sooth us all while going through this awful journey of WD.


Understanding why we are going through WD pain and the suffering associated with it,

and pain in general, is key to our understanding of life, and where one is heading, and as such help soothes pain.


In Islam, we believe that we are here in this life for a test! We did not choose to be in this life.

We were born and given life and were told about the test, and given all the answers.


But things do not go easy. They do not go the way we desire and wish.

We cannot control what happens to us. We can only control how we deal or react with the circumstances surrounding us.

Life is configured this was. Though, we are given enough power and tools to help us survive and succeed in the test.

Patience is one of the tools. In the test, whomever passes it, will get great reward;

the biggest reward is entering paradise, where they are no pain, no suffering.


Patience and holding a clear focus on the prospect of paradise help soothe WD pain,

and any other pain. That’s why patience is mentioned in Quaran more than 90 times!


Bad things happen to us without our permission, to test our patience and collect reward for being patient.

The WD pain that we are going through is a test for our patience.


I find this helpful in tolerating WD symptoms. Enough for now, and I will try to add more later.



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I usually find solace in contemplating the essence meaning of patience (in Arabic it is called Sabir).

Indeed, patience has a special status in Islam. 


In this world, we often face difficulties that are beyond our capabilities to resolve, alleviate, or even go around.

We, in an effort to escape the pain and suffering, engage in taking all reasonable measures and actions that are within our capacities, often with high speed,

to shorten our intolerance. Unfortunately, sometimes our efforts are fruitless.


At this point, we submit to our fate, and consider patience (Sabir) and ask Allah Almighty to help us prevail and overcome the misfortune.


While going through the agony, one remembers that this mishap may be thought of as a positive gesture to

collect rewards and may become the reasons for living endless happiness in Heaven.


There is a great reward only for those among us who are patient because Allah Almighty loves those who did Patience (Sabr) in a difficult time.


Allah Almighty said in the Holy Quran: “Only those who are patient shall receive their rewards in full, without Hisaab (without limit, calculation, and estimation).”(Quran, 39:10). in this way we have a strong belief on Almighty Allah that He will never leave us alone. In the Quran, Allah said: “And be Patient. Surely, Allah is with those who are patient.”

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3 hours ago, Nsr99 said:


Allah Almighty said in the Holy Quran: “Only those who are patient shall receive their rewards in full, without Hisaab (without limit, calculation, and estimation).”(Quran, 39:10). in this way we have a strong belief on Almighty Allah that He will never leave us alone. In the Quran, Allah said: “And be Patient. Surely, Allah is with those who are patient.”



Thank you for sharing this, @Nsr99 , this verse keeps me going whenever i feel down or hopeless. 


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On 2/8/2019 at 3:29 PM, Martina23 said:

Really? I didnt know. How do you write "h" in arabic? I know that ala is "lll" and there is missing h.

This is how you write Allah in Arabic (الله)


H is Haa' in Arabic and the letter looks different on its own (ه), in the beginning of a word (هواء) and at the end of words like (الله)


Arabic is beautiful indeed ❤

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And if Haa' is in the middle, it looks like this (لهو) 

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