A Journey towards Self Discovery
“Go find yourself”
At the point when we set out on another excursion, we should recollect its wellspring – our considerations. For what reason would we say we are doing this? What reason does it serve? Is it accurate to say that we are genuinely doing it for Allah? Is our intention pure?
“To know yourself is to know Almighty Allah.”
This specific Hadith is exceptionally centered on accomplishing and acknowledging closeness to Almighty Allah.
Disregard others – we can’t fix them willfully, nor should we attempt to, yet we can fix ourselves. Furthermore, with such a huge amount to fix, we are and ought to be our own long-lasting venture. When a person starts his journey of self-discovery so many question arise in his mind. Self-realization leads us towards self-discovery.
However, just by perusing the Quran, we can see that Allah has just given us lovely confirmations inside the Deen.
As it is mentioned in the Qura’an:
“And I did not create the jinn and the mankind to worship Me”
Indeed, we have flaws, yet the development attitude is consistently one that centers on the positive likely result. It is through this, that we can develop, and turn out to be even somewhat nearer to what The Almighty needs from us.
‘Which of the favors of your Lord will you deny?’ – Al-Qur’an 55:13
This ayah is rehashed multiple times in Surah Rahman, interspersed in the middle of all other ayahs as the surah advances. We are urged to reflect and be thankful for the blessings the Almighty has presented on us. The selection of words in confirmations is critical, and who composes in a way that is better than our Lord.
Make your own gratitude list and encounter what favors Almighty Allah has blessed you with. As Allah mentions in Qura’an:
‘If you are grateful, I will surely increase you [in favour]” – Al-Qur’an 14:7
By rehearsing mindfulness to sit and reflect internally, we begin to acquire a feeling of quiet and harmony which enters into our regular day to day existence. Or simply just take a break of few minutes from your phone and move outside or look outside your window and experience the beautiful nature Allah has blessed us with.
“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.”- Al Quran 3:190-191
Think profoundly, and begin visualizing beyond senses, to comprehend and reconnect with the endowments Almighty Allah has planted for us.