Stepping into marriage institutional?

I found this word of advice from Dr Halina ‘s blog. 

A good read: 

 

Marriage is a school where you get the certificate before you start. 

 

A school where you will never graduate. 

 

A school without a break or a free period. 

 

A school where no one is allowed to drop out. 

 

A school which you will have to attend every day of your life. 

 

A school where there is no sick leave or holidays. 

 

A school founded by the Almighty:

1. On the foundation of love, 

2. The walls made of trust,

3. The door made of acceptance, 

4. The windows made of understanding. 

5. The furniture made of blessings. 

6. The roof made of faith. 

 

Before you forget, you are just a student not the principal. The Almighty is the principal.

 

Even at times of a storm, don’t be unwise and run outside.

 

Remember this school is the safest place to be. 

 

Never go to sleep before completing your assignments for the day. 

 

Never forget the C-word, communicate, communicate, communicate with your classmate and with the Principal.

 

If you find something in your classmate (spouse) that you do not appreciate, remember your classmate is also just a student not a graduate. The Almighty is not finished with him/her yet, so take it as a challenge and work on it together. 

 

Do not forget to study, study, study the Noble Book (the main textbook in this school). 

 

Start each day with a sacred assembly and end it the same way.

 

Sometimes you will feel like not attending class, yet you have to.

 

When tempted to quit find the courage and continue. 

 

Some tests and exams may be tough but remember the Principal knows how much you can bear. 

 

Still, it is one of the best schools on earth; joy, peace and happiness accompany each lesson of the day. 

 

Different subjects are offered in this school, yet love is the major subject. 

 

After all the years of being theoretical about it, now you have a chance to practice it. 

 

To be loved is a good thing, but to love is the greatest privilege of them all. 

 

Marriage is a place of love, so love your spouse but remember: “This class doesn’t involve a person who is not permitted into it”! If you invite your mother or father or your friends to this class,   or anyone who is not allowed to be there, you will fail the exam. 

 

It is you who should attend and it is you who will pass. 

 

Its your choice today:” build it or break it”. 

 

Toodles! xx

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I’ve decided, I’m going to tell the world!

I am happy, I am proud and cannot wait to tell the world!

I’m getting engaged on 28th December 2013 and my wedding day will be nine months later – 27th September 2013!!!!

Oh my God!! Its my dream 🙂 

So, I will do countdown here in ‘Lepug’ till my big day, InsyaAllah. 

I hope this journey will be smooth and always in HIS blessings, JazzakAllah.

 

Toodles! xx

I Wanna Go

Last night I had a nightmare in a nightmare. Yeah, like inception – nightmare.

I had this dream and in this dream I got a clear message saying that my man will die in a car crash on this date. Bam! I’m awake.
I was so terrified but I kept the vivid dream to myself. On that date, he was not with me and I’m feeling very nervous but still keep it to myself. I don’t know why but I tested him and he didn’t reply to me. Kept texting but no respond. I gave up. Later, I called him and he picked up and was sobbing.
“Baby, where are you? Why aren’t you picking up?”
“Baby, I’m sorry, I’m in the hospital.”
*heart throbbing, I begin to cry*
“I’m in Serindit Hospital.”
“Please hold on, I’m coming”
*I cried. But very calm.*
Went to see my mom asking where is the hospital and she said it’s in Mersing. I dont know why I didn’t even tell her. I still, keep it to myself.
Then asked my cousins who happen to go to Mersing that day for a lift.
Of course they were very happy along the road but me just bitter and very worried about him.
Tested him.
“Baby, hang in there yeah.”
“Baby, please can you tell my parents and uncles that I love them and won’t be seeing them for a very ling time”, he replied.
“I’m coming to you now baby, I love you.”
“I’m afraid I can’t baby bear. It’s ok. I know I have love you and I am glad that we love each other so dearly. Not seeing you now is better because I won’t be seeing you crying and I want you to be happy. I love you Siti Maryam.”
That time, I burst into tears and my cousins was puzzled.
“Please can you drive faster? My fiance is dying and I need to see him.” I said to them.

Mom woke me up before I could finish the dream.

To my dear Ameerul, please don’t you ever leave me that way. I am not ready. We have a lot of plans that involves our little ones, little apartment, our little family.

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I wanna go wherever, whenever you wanna go wherever you wanna, I wanna go with you.

I love you Ameerul.

Lots of love,
Maryam