Ramadhan has come…During independence day, a lot of people asked, what does independence mean to you…So, today I would like to ask, what does Ramadhan mean to you? As for me, of course I’m seeking for the Lailatul Qadar’s night. Lailatul Qadar’s night is the night where all our prayers will come true. Last year, for the whole Ramadhan, I wished for happiness and success in my life. Alhamdullilah, I think I got both of them already…My GPA is better than last year and I had a very sweet long summer… Thus, this year I’m planning to ask again for happiness and success as well as ‘ketaqwaan’. I think last year I’ve gone too far from being a good muslim… ( still remember I did post something about being a bad girl ?) So, this year I’m hoping I’ll become one of a good muslim or at least much more better than last year.
Talking about being a good Muslim, I was wondering why so many people in the world hate Islam or Muslim so much? I mean the whole world is experiencing the same thing If we do all those things according to what our Prophet and God ( Allah SWT ) asks us to do, I don’t think people will hate us. Islam loves peace but in the world today people judge us as a religion who loves to fight. Thus, my question is who should the blame goes? The people who start blaming us or those who started the fight in the first place?
Forget about Iraq, Iran or Afghanistan. Look at what happen in our own country nowadays. A lot of people had started to hate Muslim. Look at the BAR council’s meeting last few months. They were talking bad things about Islam. And despite trying to mend ourselves so that we’ll become a better Muslim, we fought! We said a lot of bad things and words to them like a child who had just lost a fight. When are we going to grow up? And I must say all those things that had been debated in the meeting are almost true but the question here is are they really a muslim or just born to be a Muslim without implementing Islam in their life? and yet we fight for them.. is it worth it?