A cliche' saying, but it sure has a deep meaning. I find this fact to be very true especially in the field of doing da'wah and being a daie (i.e one who spreads knowledge about Islam)

In a world where there are so many keyboard warriors and 'kedai kopi' heroes, the truth is so little people are actually out there doing things to make this world a better place. A lot of us are more comfortable hiding behind our computer screens bashing others who are actually doing something, and being couch potatoes who do nothing but comment of facebook, twitter, etc.

Are we one of them? I hope not.

Do our part, as little as it may be, because small changes can lead to a  big change in the future, slowly but surely.

I've always held on to the five before five hadith by Prophet Muhammad SAW,

The Prophet (saw) advised to:

“Take benefit of five before five: Your youth before your old age, your health before your sickness, your wealth before your poverty, your free time before you are preoccupied, and your life before your death

(Narrated by Ibn Abbas and reported by Al Hakim)

Perhaps because I've tasted a glimpse of death, and known what it feels like to be so sick that I couldn't breath properly. So yeah, do what you can while you still can because tomorrow's no guarantee for any of us.

I pray for enough time to see the world, and enough love to heal it.

Hopefully, InsyaAllah, InsyaAllah.

Picture credits to Emann Yahaya Photography and Azriq Aliq Ajiq my Alex super senior who joined yesterday's event. May Allah bless :)

Projek Amal @KULIM and Yalla Foundation, 15 Feb 2015.

The students were so happy to receive the goodies and a hearty meal from our sponsors. 

With Yalla Volunteers from UniKL Kulim and @Kulim