Friday, 14 December 2012


We Get What We Strive For

  • Insha Allah, I will see stressful situations as challenges.
  • Challenges bring opportunities.
  • Insha Allah, I will choose to focus on the good things and not the bad.
  • Insha Allah, I will deal with whatever Allah swt puts before me in the best way (with patience and prayer).
  • Insha Allah I will strive to get and maintain balance in my life.
  • Insha Allah, I am loveable and open to giving and receiving love.
  • With Allah swt is my success.
  • I have good intentions (niyyah).
Repeat the affirmations faithfully ever day and you will find over time that these concepts will re-program the way you think, turning you into a more positive person Insha'Allah.
Allah swt tells us in the Holy Quran that man gets what he strives for. We know that what we put our focus, energy and efforts on is what we ultimately strive for.....we can get there from here....just believe in the power of faith and good deeds, surely Allah swt hears the prayers of every supplicant!!
Explanation of this Ayat from Tafsir
"That no bearer of burdens can canbear the burden of another. That man have nothing except what he strives for. That (the fruit) of his striving will soon come to sight. Then will he be rewarded with a reward complete."(Quran 53:38-41)


We Get What We Strive For

What we repeatedly think and say is what we get.
Our inner conversations, words, thoughts and feelings determine the kind of life and reality we experience. If we occupy our mind with negative thoughts and expect difficulties and problems, we will draw them into our lives. If we constantly think of success we will achieve success. If we find it difficult to think positively, affirmations can help us change the way we think!
The greatness of our human mind is that we can think and imagine what does not exist right now. We can envision situations and circumstances that are different from our current reality, and in this way we can create better situations and circumstances.

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