In Pursuit of Living - What Life Has Taught Me..

What Life Has Taught Me..

What life has taught me, through my own experience, is that life goes on even when something tragic strikes you down. No matter how hopeless, alone, or uncertain you may feel at that moment, and the many empty moments that will follow, you must have Faith that eventually your life will be normal again.

Although you will never return to the normal that you knew before the tragedy, in time you will eventually experience the healing of your heart, which will ease your restless soul and release the power to your spirit allowing your mind the freedom to dream again.

God doesn’t expect us to figure out why things happen nor does he expect us to be unaffected by the suffering we witness. He does however grant us a new kind of peace to bear the pain we experience in our own life and in the world around us.

In every bad thing that happens, eventually good will follow. The good doesn’t make the bad better nor does it fill the void we have as a result of the tragedy. The good is a simple reminder that God is with us!



  1. Dear Mubee..."In Pursuit of Living - What Life Has Taught Me"... reminds me of the story of Josef as described in Holy Quran teaches is that if the Believer possesses true Islamic character and is endowed with wisdom, he can conquer a whole country with the strength of his character alone. The marvelous example of Prophet Joseph teaches us that a man of high and pure character comes out successful even under the most adverse circumstances. When Prophet Joseph went to Egypt, he was only a lad of seventeen years, a foreigner, all alone and without any provisions; nay, he had been sold there as a slave. And the horrible condition of the slaves during that period is known to every student of history. Then he was charged with a heinous moral Crime and sent to prison for an indefinite term. But throughout this period of affliction, he evinced the highest moral qualities which raised him to the highest rank in the country.
    --ur Dost

  2. Mr. Mubee

    I am glad that i finally got hold of you (virtually) in cyberspace. Thanks for uploading the Lalded Memorial School pictures on Wikipedia. I need to seek your permission to copy that picture so i can use it on facebook.By the way i am an alumni of Lalded Memorial High school and was pained to know that the school building has been demolished. I am starting an alumni group on facebook and you are more than welcome to join and contribute. Please let me know. You can reach me at

    Thanks in Advance



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