I'm not feeling so great right now...and honestly, I know that it's more my own fault, rather than someone else's. Someone left a comment on my previous post, OOTD, basically saying that I am not wearing proper hijab and I should also cover my chest and, "May Allah guide me."
I just felt so down after reading that. I am not mad at whoever wrote it; obviously they wrote it as "anonymous." However, I just feel like if you are going to say something like that to someone or give dawah (Islamic advice), than you really need to say it in the right way, so that the person does not turn away from Islam as a rebuttal. Of course, I would not turn away, but there just has to be proper etiquette of saying it.
I know I am not perfect at all and I still have to fix my hijab and be more modest, but I properly put on the hijab about 6 months ago. I'm just taking it one step at a time so I don't go backwards, like I did the last time. I know this is no excuse, but it's just what I have to do myself to inshallah get better.
I do agree with whoever left that comment and I do pray that Allah (swt) guide me to what pleases Him, because there is no way I, or anyone else, will ever be perfect. I just don't like it when people make that dua to someone else in an arrogant manner, thinking they are better. We should always ask Allah (swt) to guide all of us because no one is perfect, including the person who wrote it.
Subhanallah, maybe that person didn't mean to be rude or sound arrogant, but I just felt like it was said in that way. But I sincerely pray that Allah (swt) make me a better Muslim and increase my iman and forgive my sins and I pray this dua for the person who wrote this message and all of you too! Ameen!
Sorry for the random post. It was just something I felt I needed to write down in order to prove to myself that I know I am making mistakes and praying that I get better.
Until next time...