View From A Window

May 1, 2020

Since the MCO took place, my life rotated between the apartment and the hospital. I rarely go to the supermarkets as my husband will do most of the groceries shopping (usually after his post-night shift). Our schedule are shift based as people know. Most of times, the moment we leave the hospital is when the supermarket close. 

Still, we have food to cook and eat, alhamdulillah. And surprisingly, from the 1st day of Ramadhan till now, we managed to cook ourselves (our aim is not to order outside food hehe)

I miss the beach a lot too.

The view from our room :) pretty!

I am currently reading The Art of Letting God by Mizi Wahid. The book is not that thick, but I honestly took longer time to read. Not because the book is boring or what, but the contents are beautiful enough for me to take my own sweet time to enjoy. 

There is a part of the book sharing about "You Have What You Need"

Human is a creation that usually gets disappointed when we don't get what we want. Our aim is that the moment we ask for something, that something should be given. In this book, you can enjoy the idea that actually Allah has already given the 'ingredients' to get that something. 

For example, we want to excel in our studies. Of course we need some efforts to reach the destination. We are blessed with knowledge shared by older researchers or teachers that are contained in the books. That can be the ingredient for success. Books = knowledge. Others can be experiences, some skills that need to be polished from time to time. To be an adult as we are today, we need to grow as a baby to a kid, then to a teenager. We don't simple born and suddenly became an adult, right?

Life is a process.
Prayer is a process too. 

Even if we failed, we surely will learn something if we have tried our best. I love the lists in the book about what we should look forward to despite failure:
  1. A greater aptitude for patience
  2. A richer experience of life
  3. Personal growth
  4. A deeper sense of gratitude and satisfaction
  5. Strength to overcome future challenges
  6. Grit to get through the dry seasons
  7. Resilience during tough times

Keep on living and learning :)
Always see things from the good windows (read as perspectives), yea?

I am planning to join this photo challenge :) Wish me determination hehe
Till next post,
Happy Labour Day!

Seri Manjung, Perak, Malaysia

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