1. Stop worrying, if it's supposed to happen it will 2. Allow yourself to be a beginner 3. Don't let your happiness depend on anything outside yourself 4. Stay close to everything that makes you feel alive 5. Listen to your body, it will lead you to unlimited health 6. Support yourself with people who see your greatness 7. Make peace with your past 8. See all setbacks as growth and expansive opportunities 9. Comparing yourself to others will hurt your health and steal your...
"It’s making such complete peace with what-is, that you’re able to allow what you really want to be revealed to you in the next step. But if you’re not making peace with what-is, then you can’t feel the revelation, the realization for what’s next." Abraham-Hicks San Francisco 19th July 2014
Allah (S.W.T) commanded the Muslims to be kind and just with non-Muslims: "Allah forbids you not, With regard to those who Fight you not for (your) Faith Nor drive you out Of your homes, From dealing kindly and justly With them: For Allah loveth Those who are just." (The Noble Quran, 60:8)
Doesn't this make you think about how we should treat others. Look at how Allah treats his slaves. Even if we do wrong by Allah by committing sins, he still forgives us and still gifts us with his blessings and answered Duas. Is this not a beautiful example of Allah's mercy and forgiveness. Should we not learn from this and apply it to our own relationships with others?