People know who they have the potential to be. The challenge is seeing that process through. Self-development is an art. It takes time. It requires patience. It asks you to step outside your comfort zone. It is challenging — and that’s the point. However, the biggest challenge when it comes to self-development is the process itself. People really struggle with the path and all its twists and turns, much more than they do any single obstacle. But should you learn how to walk that path of self-development, you will learn some tried truths to live by: 1. Any failure can be reframed as a lesson. Self-development is a mindset. To one person, a project going poorly or a relationship ending means they failed. To someone else, it is nothing more than another lesson on the path. By reframing to see the lesson instead of the mistake, you will ultimately learn more and move on to what’s next faster. Original Article
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Aisha bint Abu BakrOur mother Aisha bint Abu Bakr A’ishah was the favorite daughter of one of the closest friends of the Prophet, Abu Bakr Siddique. She said that there were nine blessing of Allah which distinguished her from all other women in the world except Maryam bint ‘Imran, the mother of ‘Isa1⃣The Angel Jibril had presented her portrait wraped in green silk to Muhammadﷺ and told him that this was the picture of the lady chosen by Allah & to be his consort both in this world and the next. 2⃣She was the only virgin to have become the wife of the Prophet. 3⃣ When the Prophet passed away, he was resting in her lap and was buried in her apartment. 4⃣ Many times angels encircled her apartment with love and respect. 5⃣ Very often divine revelation would come to Muhammadﷺ when they were lying together resting in peace and tranquillity. 6⃣She was the daughter of the loyal and true friend of the Prophet, Abu Bakr Siddique 7⃣ Ayat acquitting her of any wrongdoing had descended from the heavens from Allah proving her innocence. 8⃣She was born a Muslim and had been brought up in pure a environment, and spent her formative years with the purest and best of creatures, the Prophetﷺ. Allah, the Lord, the Sustainer of the Universe promised her Divine Forgiveness and abundant bounties. Her knowledge:She had a brilliant mind and a remarkable memory; and the distinction of being the source of the most Ahadith because of her long association with Muhammadﷺ. Her knowledge of the many branches of religion like Fiqh and Shari’ah, her wisdom in interpretation, her mastery of the teachings of the Prophet her trustworthiness and integrity – all these qualities made her one of the most remarkable personalities of the time. Her Charity:She was very tender-hearted and no needy person left her house empty-handed. A glad tiding to het: During her lifetime the Prophetﷺ gave her the wonderful news that she earned a place for herself in Paradise. The Angel Jibril personally greeted her. great_women_of_Islam Joining the household of the prophet🤍 Aisha……
What’s the Point of Self-Improvement Anyway?
There’s a paradox with self-improvement and it is this: the ultimate goal of all self-improvement is to reach the point where you no longer feel the need to improve yourself. Think about it: The whole goal of improving your productivity is to reach the point where you never have to think about how to be more productive. The whole point of pursuing happiness is to reach the point where one no longer has to think about being happy. The whole point of improving your relationships is so that you can enjoy some drama-free cunnilingus in the McDonald’s drive-thru without almost crashing the car. (Still working on that last one.) Self-improvement is therefore, in a weird way, ultimately self-defeating. The only way to truly achieve one’s potential, to become fully fulfilled, or to become “self-actualized” (whatever the fuck that means), is to, at some point, stop trying to be all of those things. Original Article