What about when you miss your bus to school or work?
Or realise the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah (last month of Islamic calender) is almost over?
Those are moments you may feel like you have missed out on an opportunity. But, it is also at such times that it is good to remember – ”Better late than NEVER”. There is still a chance to seize whatever is left of the opportunity.
The first ten days of the month of Dhul Hijjah may almost be over but the opportunity for good still remains; goodness from charity, words of remembrance (from increasing in Tahleel, Takbeer and Tahmid); and sacrifice.
You also have the day of Arafah for absolute devotion and reflection – offering you an opportunity for reward upon reward.
”Fasting on the Day of Arafah expiates for the sins of the previous year and of the coming year ”[Muslim].
If you missed out on the fasting & good deeds of the past few days, go ahead and get started – grab the golden chance. It is ‘better late than later’ or not to try at all.
If you have an unfinished project; a plan that has stagnated or ideas gone rusty; pick yourself up NOW. You have a choice to revamp your plan/project and bring it back to life again, even if later than planned.
You may have to sacrifice more time, energy and resources but it is still your choice.
After much ado about my blog launch, a simple plugin update caused some minor glitches on the new site. Then my tech. assistant went AWOL.
Well, since the lesson for the month is that ‘it’s better late…’; here we go with a late launch.
Take a tour of my new Blog here. The site is all about Youth & it’s Opportunities.
Don’t pay too much attention to a few things that may look out of place, as some minor operations are still going on behind the scenes. Hope to get it sorted out real soon In Sha Allah [God Willing].
Enjoy the tour and share the goodies on the site with all those you care about.
Last Word. Maximize your day of Arafat – it’s not too late to seek the goodness of the blessed month….