We Must Put Our Heads Down and Keep Doing What We Set Out to Do! [Quote – 1025]

Jun 21, 2020

As Workers for Allah, we all undertook a commitment to do everything in our power to Take the Qur'an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It.

This is a lifelong commitment. And this is a job that will not end so long as there are humans on this earth.

There are a million ways to do this work. And one way we do this work is to print and distribute books -- and hope and pray people will read them, both Muslims and non-Muslims. Books such as the Grief Book, the Jum'ah BookReach Out Muslims Book, Other books.

Everyone a most critical book in its own right.

The truth about our life on this earth is that we own nothing and we control nothing. Whoever makes the Sun Rise and Set does it all. He does not share any of these powers with anyone.

But our job is not to give up doing what we expressly set out to do if for some reason our hearts and energy levels hit a slow patch. And we must not slacken or let the momentum slow. Even though, as humans our Iman will rise and fall and it will be strong one day and somewhat feeble the next.

And our health, wealth, resources, energy, time, interest level and everything else will go up and down.

That is the nature of Iman. And that is the nature of this world. And of human life on earth.

There are a lot of reasons for these things, and it would happen to the best of us.

So, all of those who are in this game of Working for Allah: You must continue to Reboot and Re-energize and Retool yourselves. You are on and in Allah's Path

And you are on the path of the Blessed Prophets of God, Alaihimus Salam.

And you are following the Sunnat of Sayyidina Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam: Struggling to deliver the message of Islam to the world.

And thereby to usher in this benighted world a new era of peace, justice and truth.

And your help and support comes from Allah.

And Allah's help and support is closer than you think!

A-laa Inna Nasrallahi Qareeb!


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