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Welcome to Al Misbaah Students' Blog: Where Your Reflections Matter"

Welcome to Al Misbaah Students' Blog, an open sanctuary where your thoughts, reflections, and personal journey with the Quran find their voice. Here, we invite you to share the depth of your feelings, insights, and experiences as you engage with the sacred text.

This blog is your canvas—a space where every emotion, realization, and contemplation inspired by the Quran can be articulated freely and respectfully. We encourage you to pour your heart onto these digital pages, expressing what the Quran means to you personally.

Your contributions, whether profound or poignant, joyous or thought-provoking, are the threads that weave our collective tapestry of understanding and connection. Let this be a platform where your voice resonates, where your thoughts are cherished, and where your journey enriches the broader discourse on Quranic study.

Join us in this enlightened space, where your reflections find a home, your expressions are valued, and your journey with the Quran is celebrated!

Puzzle - Laura Gomes (QI 2015)

Life is like a puzzle, one of the hard ones, with thousands of small pieces, where all pieces are mixed up and our task is to put each piece in its place, in complete order. Each of those pieces are people, situations, happy moments, and sad ones, family, and everything that surround us.

Putting together the puzzle in its perfect order is the game of life that starts since we are born and goes on until we die. Some of us will be able solve the puzzle in total order before they die, some of us will only solve part of it when death overtake us, and some others never get to put a piece on its correct place. That is the difference between a mu’min, a muslim and the disbeliever.

The good news is that we have the manual on how to solve the puzzle, with the perfect picture given by Allah as a guideline to follow, so that we can solve it completely before we depart the game of this Dunia. The manual of instructions is ‘The Qur’an’. But it is going to help only those who believe in it, who read it, who understand it and who apply it.

All of us can agree that there are certain pieces whose place we are unable to figure out. These loose pieces are our tests, and we have two options: 1.W e can either fight with the piece and scream on it and complain that why we can’t put it on its right position, OR  2.We can look at the big perfect picture that we have as guide, the Qur’an, and try our best to find out where to place it.

It sounds logical to look at the “manual” for instructions, but how many times I have opted to scream and yell at the piece? I have only recently realized that I have acted without thinking the times that I have chosen option number one.

Qur’an came to my life, to let me realize my mistakes, and to show me that my clock is ticking, I have less time to solve my puzzle and hardly have time to yell at the loose pieces.

Qur’an came to my life to show me, that those hard tests that surround me, even though they look bad on the facade, they are only His mercy. He is inviting me to abandon my pointless fights with the pieces and search for the solution with Him alone, to put my trust on Him only! He is inviting me to solve my puzzle by getting the guide though this Glorified Qur’an.

How can I complain when my Lord has given me the solution to my puzzle? He is only expecting me to solve the puzzle through the Qur’an.

It is up to me now to use His Help or leave it, I guess there will be times when frustration will overtake me and I will scream at the pieces again until He by his mercy reminds me once again, that I should not waste my time, that my clock is ticking, and that every second that passes by, I have less time to solve the puzzle of Life…

I Have the urge of renewing my Vision once again: ”To solve my puzzle of live before I die”.

إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ لَا يُغَيِّرُ مَا بِقَوۡمٍ حَتَّىٰ يُغَيِّرُواْ مَا بِأَنفُسِہِمۡ‌ۗ

.. Lo! Allah changeth not the condition of a folk until they (first) change that which is in their hearts;…

(From Ayah 11,Surah Al R’ad)

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