Hope shines brighter than the darkness of suicide and spread love and compassion to make the world a better place
By Syed Anjumul Ansar
In a world where suicide seems like a plausible option for some, it’s important to remember that hope can conquer even the darkest of moments. Life is a gift from the Almighty, and it should be cherished with all our hearts. While poverty and other struggles may cause pain, we must have faith that Allah only gives us what we can handle. In this article, we explore the importance of hope, love, and compassion towards others, and how we can make the world a better place by spreading these qualities. Let us remember that suicide is not the answer, and that hope shines brightly even in the darkest of times. Breaking The Negativity Cycle
When I observed society, I experienced a plethora of emotions. There were times when I felt happy and other times when I felt disheartened. Nonetheless, the majority of the time, I felt content because there were many reasons to live, to love, and to cherish. I also saw people who were unhappy with their lives, but they continued to breathe. Although we might not consider this as truly living, they possessed something that pushed them to exist and strive for a better life – hope. Hope is a beautiful and radiant emotion, akin to the warmth of the sun, the gentle touch of a loved one, and the compassion of others.
We humans have been blessed with life by the Almighty Allah, and yet we often wish to end it prematurely. However, we must remember that suicide leads to a life of eternal suffering in Hell. Although I comprehend the pain that people endure, it does not mean that we should succumb to our struggles. We should always keep in mind that Allah only bestows upon us the amount of pain and suffering that we can bear. Even when our grief seems insurmountable, we must remember that Allah is always greater than our pain, and we must have faith in Him and continue to live.
We should show love and compassion towards the poor, and strive to eliminate poverty rather than demeaning the poor. Even the rich should view the poor as a blessing, as it is a means for them to enter heaven.
It is heartbreaking to witness young children lose their parents, parents lose their children, and spouses lose their partners. However, suicide is not the solution to any problem. Life is full of trials and tribulations, but it also offers moments of joy and bliss. Poverty may be a cause of suffering, but it is not a reason to end one’s life. We should be grateful for the gift of life that Allah has given us and cherish it with all our hearts. Even if we own something as simple as a smile of gratitude for our parents or a loved one, it is a reason to live.
The world we live in is becoming increasingly negative, and we hear more stories of people taking their own lives. But we, as humans, have the power to make the world a beautiful place again. We should show love and compassion towards the poor, and strive to eliminate poverty rather than demeaning the poor. Even the rich should view the poor as a blessing, as it is a means for them to enter heaven. While praying five times a day and engaging in other religious practices is essential, it is equally important to treat others with respect and kindness.
Suicide is not a solution to any problem. We must always hold onto hope and have faith that Allah will guide us through our darkest moments. Life is precious, and we should cherish it with all our hearts. We can make this world a better place by spreading love and compassion towards others, especially those who are less fortunate than us. Remember, hope shines brightly in the darkest of times. Here I would like to convey and hope the readers will understand that;
Many hearts here drowned
In the sea of sorrows
Minds ready ah to suicide
Eyes ruptured with grief
Everything thing seems dark
Should I end myself
A puzzled life i live
But what it matters?
The thing is I live in a hope
That seems shinning there
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