There are two reasons for things to happen either as Tests or Punishments. Both are equally good. The former, if you pass you will get a great reward and the latter, it will wash your sin away.  It is important to stay positive and optimistic no matter what happens.

Hanita 2019

 

 

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Rezeki

You cannot secure rezeki

Rezeki is from Allah

Never fail to ask from Him and

Thank Him for His abundance rezeki.

Hanita 2019.

 

‘Don’t waste words on people who deserve your silence.

Sometimes the most powerful thing you can say is nothing at all.’

Mandy Hale

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10 Things Smart People Never Say In Public

https://www.dailyusefulinfo.com/10-things-smart-people-never-say-public/

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‪A gentle reminder to myself.

There’s no room for arrogance in your heart. Don’t ever feel the need to look down on someone, not for anything that the Almighty has bestowed on you; wealth, status, power, children, good looks etc. Remember the Lord of the Worlds can change your fortune in the blink of an eye!

– Mufti Ismail Menk

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15 morning habits of successful hughly organised people:

https://www.dailyusefulinfo.com/15-morning-habits-successful-highly-organized-people/

Do you have any of those 🤔?

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The 8 telltale signs that people are not talking straight:

  1. dancing around the issue
  2. dumping a laundry list of concerns
  3. dramatising and exaggerating
  4. minimising and reducing
  5. withholding information, thoughts or feelings
  6. expecting others to read your mind
  7. dropping a bomb
  8. deflecting and avoiding

Read Say It Right The First Time by Loretta Malandro (2003) if you want to know how to deal with  people with those characters.

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7 prevention tactics to save you from unnecessary heat up arguments

  1. listen with positive expectations, not judgment
  2. ask for information in a nonthreatening manner
  3. when in doubt, leave it out
  4. cool off before you open your mouth
  5. talk ‘now’ not ‘always’
  6. treat the undesired behaviour as an exception, not the rule
  7. take emotions out of technology

(Loretta Malandro. (2003).  Say it right the first time.  NY: Mc Graw Hill.  166).

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Before you react, stop and think:

Underneath poor behaviour is a frustrated commitment trying to get out

– (Loretta Malandro, 2003, Say it Right the First Time, US: Mc Graw Hill, Pg 147)

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How to make people listen to you? Make sure your talk is

  • succinct
  • punchy
  • affecting
  • clear

(Sonya Hamlin. 2006. How to talk so people listen.USA: Harper; 64)

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