Your silent Duaa 

TO: THE SISTER WHO CRIED QUIETLY IN TARAWEEH AND ALL THOSE STRUGGLING THIS RAMADAN
The sister who is spending Ramadan by herself,
The sister who is lonely because she’s not married,
The sister who is lonely in her marriage,
The sister who is widowed and struggling to get through each day,
The sister who is divorced and trying to get back on her feet, 
The sister who is struggling to find work, 
The sister who has been trying for a baby for years, and endures regular hurtful comments from others,
The sister who has had IVF so many times, but still remains childless,
The sister who miscarried, again, and felt like a piece of her heart broke when she lost her baby,
The sister who is trying her best to fulfil her obligations and take care of her kids, but is so so tired,
The sister whose child is sick,
The sister who has lost someone she loves, and she misses them everyday,
The sister who is struggling with anxiety or depression,
The sister whose world has been devastated and her life scattered by shocking news,
To every one of you, and all the other sisters who are facing innumerable challenges!
Know, dear sister, your solace and comfort lies with Allah, Ar-Rahman, the source of our relief and the reliever of our distress. He is Able to Do All Things.
Turn to Him and cry. Pour your heart out to Him. He is the One who can bring you ease, who can set right your affairs, who can relieve the burden that is weighing on your heart and know, for your patience, your reward awaits you in Jannah, in shaa Allah!
Hold on to Allah and know, with absolute certainty that He will never leave you, never let you down and that your reward lies with Him. He is the Most Merciful, and He is ever near.
BE KIND TO EVERYONE!
A reminder to myself, first and foremost, that we never know what others may be facing in silence. 
As we pray tonight and every time, let’s remember the sisters who are struggling in our du’a.
And as we move through this blessed month and beyond, let’s make the effort to be compassionate, to help where we can, to ease the burden of others if we are able, to be patient and to be kind to everyone.
Your silent du’a for her might be answered!
Barakallahu feekunna

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