"Enjit-enjit semut, siapa sakit naik atas". We should ease each other's pain, when life seems to be out of our control. But the goal is to be in control of our life, to ensure that we are always at ease. DFTBA.

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New benchmark (Y)
Hey, that’s my line. 

Matthew McConaughey in “Dallas Buyers Club” (2013)

Such a powerful movie. Two thumbs up. Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto gila deserve their Oscars.

This scene was both sad and funny at the same time. 

"It’s a film that insists you look everywhere all at once, which is trying, but also rewarding in the way that only a Wes Anderson film (or a trip to Disney World) can be."
أيهما أولى بالمسلم في أزمان الفتن وانتشار المعاصي والفساد: الاختلاط بالمجتمع ومحاولة إصلاحه أم العزلة والنجاة بالنفس؟ أما الصوفية، ففضّل جمهورهم الاختيار الثاني، وأما العلماء الربانيون المجاهدون ففضّلوا طريق الأنبياء، وهو المخالطة والمجاهدة والصبر على أذى الناس. روى ابن عمر عن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم: (المؤمن الذي يخالط الناس ويصبر على أذاهم خير من الذي لا يخالط الناس ولا يصبر على أذاهم.) ـ رواه البخاري و أحمد

Which one is better during times of trials and the spread of sin and corruption: mixing with society and attempting to reform it, or secluding yourself from it and saving yourself? As for the Sufis, the majority of them chose the second road. But as for the scholars who dedicated themselves to the way of God and strove in His way, they chose the way of the prophets, which is to mix with poeople and strive and patiently endure society’s hurtfulness. Ibn Umar narrates from the Prophet ﷺ: “The believer who mixes with people and endures the harm that comes from them is better than the Muslim who does not mix with people and does not endure their harm.” [Bukhari, Ahmad and others]

Yusuf al-Qaradhawi

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Time to escape reality again.
In solitude…again.
More than one person has said to me: “When I repent to Him; [turn to (Him) in obedience, avoiding disobedience, depending on him and seeking refuge in Him] and performing righteous actions; my sustenance is straitened and difficulty comes upon my livelihood. However, when I return to disobeying Him and give my soul its desires, then sustenance, relief and other than it comes to me.’’ So I said to some of them: “This is a test from Him to see whether you are truthful or untruthful in your seeking refuge with Him, responding and submitting to Him in obedience and exercising patience upon (what He has decreed of afflictions for you with absolute justice and wisdom) so that there are (good) end results for you; or whether you are untruthful so that you return to what you were upon (of evil).

Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah

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It hurts. God help me.