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Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Too busy to realise?


    Bismillahirrahmanirrahim. All praises to Allah, for giving us another day to live, to breathe, to learn and to perform our duty as His servant. Thank you Allah for bestowing us with the biggest nikmah, (Islam and Faith) again today, that with these nikmah from Him, we are not living this live for vain purposes; (51:56), (2:30).So… friends, how is live going on right now? Stressful? Too hectic? Too much things to do in a short time? Stop nodding your head and let’s take a brief time to read this with your heart, ok? ;)

Do we realize that Allah has granted us with sooooo many great things? (From the small, tiny, little thing, like the O2 that we breathe, to big thing like our hostel in GV or from something that we can see like our parents to something that’s invisible, like our feelings) Despite all the blessings that He has given us, we tend to fail in expressing our gratefulness. We nag when things don’t go our way. We get upset too easily when we are tested with difficulties. And that’s… clearly not how a real mu’min should behave.

So do not weaken and do not grieve, and you will be superior if you are [true] believers. (3:139)

I know Medical students are busy, with so many things to revise, to understand and to be memorized. Anatomy and Biochemistry need a lot of memorizations and Physiology needs understanding. But, do give yourself some room to reflect on everything that’s occurring around you. Allah didn’t create the trees, the sky, the moon and the sun, just for them to be there around us. He created them all so that we think. “

“Indeed, in the creation of the heavens and the earth and the alternation of the night and the day are signs for those of understanding.” (3:190)
 I remember a friend once told me, “Sometimes we don’t need big things to make us realize something, small things around us can change us too”. Let us see the world from a bigger field of view. Ants shouldn’t be just ‘another being on the planet’, but a group of those small creations should make us realize that a huge load can be carried if we’re working together. KLCC shouldn’t be just another tower that can be viewed from our hostel; instead it should tell us that if mankind can build something great like that, what about the Creator of the mankind? He must be a lot more superior then.

We are too ignorant. Too busy with our schedule that we don’t realize Allah is teaching and guiding us in every seconds of our life. It depends on us, to open our eyes wide or to shut them close to His signs. Our presence here in FPSK is not JUST a coincidence because we’ve accidently done a great job during our Tamhidi year. We are here because Allah wants us to be here. We don’t come here just to learn about human body, but we’re here because Allah knows that this is the best place where we will learn more about life and about this deen, Islam. So, treasure the moment and shoot for the wisdom. We don’t want to be just another doctor from an Islamic background, but we want to be doctors with Islamic values… right? So, let’s start from changing the way we think first! ^_^

Live your life for Him and you’ll find great things along the way to the end. I’ll end this by quoting a saying from a great, young doctor that change the way I look at things.

“I took Medicine not because I love the subjects, or not because my parents want me to do so and not even because of the glamorous title, but I wanted to be a doctor because Allah wants me to do so. And if it is not for Him, I wouldn’t be a doctor.”


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