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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. No mind is free from disappointment and no heart has not felt its sour pain which leaves you bruised and damaged. For awhile sadness prevails, no reason is justifiable for the loss of what you thought you deserved. Your confidence might have vanished and your mind does not wish to go on thinking. Betrayed from your brain, you are lost in a fog of thoughts with nowhere to start in the cycle of conceptualizing your defeat. You don't wish to eat, you don't wish to drink. You are too disappointed to even let the waterfall of tears escape; instead they remain blocked behind your failure. In this sad situation hope seems like a distant mirage, the more you run after it, the further it gets. Your thirst for this hopeful entity has left you at the very edge of patience. If you are burdened by this pain, I ask you a question, have you ever woken up one morning seeing the clear, cut, perfectly focused image of the future. Neither have I, therefore let you pride aside and admit your ignorance. We try so hard for something we think we want; we try so hard to capture that mirage which lays the hopes of what we dream. You plan and something stronger than you plan's and their plan is more perfect, wouldn't you rather have the perfect future? Instead of feeling defeat feel happy, you are accepting the perfect plan and with this pure acceptance your mirage will come to you. I wonder what you guys think??
  2. Thank you for sharing this, I read the article on your blog, it was very good and for a moment I felt as if I was sitting in the room. You are very lucky to have the opportunity to meet one of the most remarkable and knowledgeable character's today. It makes me really happy to know that his personality and way of living reflects the prophets (SAW) and imams (AS), may Allah (SWT) grant him a long healthy life and give us all the opportunity to learn from him further. I have to ask though, why did he speak in farsi?
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