Not bothered!

Once upon a time, there was a boy called Ahmed.
Ahmed was never bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
He would wake up in the morning after brushing his teeth, whether he wore black or white he wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
He had breakfast, two toast. Whether he had jam or butter he wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
He walked to school or caught the bus ๐ŸšŒ he wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
Whether he was late or on time he wasn’t botheredย  ๐Ÿ˜•
He looks at the weather, whether it was the sun or rain he wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
Lunchtime comes! Whether he has sandwiches or chips ๐ŸŸ he wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
Hometime he runs home, smiling or crying, he wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
“How was school?” It was okayyyyy. I don’t careeeee. He wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
He gets ready for Madrasah with a cookie in his mouth. Learning sabaq, one page or half a page he wasn’t bothered ๐Ÿ˜•
He comes to Madrasah with a smile sits down and says I don’t know my sabaq!! Teacher says stand up! “Stand or sit I’m not bothered” ๐Ÿ˜•
He goes home and runs to bed. He thinks, “I’m just nottt botheredddd!!”
This was written to show how laid back some children are. How ungrateful children can be sometimes. I am sure many parents can relate to this.
Ismail Ibn Nazir Satia
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Take me back to the old Paths, when Mums were at home. Dads were at work. Brothers went into the army. And sisters got married BEFORE having children!
Crime did not pay; Hard work did; And people knew the difference.
Mums could cook; Dads would work; Children would behave…Husbands were loving; Wives were supportive; and children were polite.
Women wore the dresses; and Men wore the trousers. Women looked like ladies; Men looked like gentlemen; and children looked decent.
People loved the truth, and hated a lie; They came to masjids to get IN, Not to get OUT!
Sermons sounded helpful;
Rejoicing sounded normal; and crying sounded sincere. Cursing was wicked; Drinking was evil; and divorce was unthinkable.
We read the Quran in public; prayed in school;
And reminded fellow Muslims the words of the Quran: to be called a Muslim was worth living for; to be called a kafir was a shame!
Sex was a personal word. homosexuality was an unheard word, and abortion was an illegal word.
Preachers preached because they read, understood, digested and acted on their words:
Leaders gave instructions with the fear of Allah, followers followed the rules and regulations of the community, sinners sought forgiveness from their Lord.
Being an imam meant you told people the word of Allah, being a Muslim meant you would live for the hereafter and not the dunya.
Laws were based on how Quran spelt it, homes read the Quran and Hadith; and masjids taught the Quran and the ways of the Prophet AS.
Shaykhs were more interested in new cpnverts than in new clothes and new cars. Children were more interested in learning their religion:
Give me that old time religion! This is good enough for me! I still like the “Old Path.”
MAY ALLAH MAKE YOU FROM THE PEOPLE HE LOVES AND GUIDE US TO THE RIGHT PATH.
ALLAH HUMMA AMEEN๐Ÿ’•
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