I Made a Decision

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Bismilah,

Grade 12 has been way to hectic to get onto my blog sadly, but i just had to come on today to write up a post insha’Allah about what happened at school today.

I get into chem class, the usual, boring stuff on the board, whateves. A friend of mine comes up to me and says “— wants to convert to Islam.” Let’s say her name is Sally.

The hot tears streamed down my face as i couldn’t even like imagine it, i didn’t know what to do, what to say, how to react. I just wanted to get to the floor and just thank Allah subhanhu wa talaa.

Anyhoo, a good friend of mine, decided today, she wanted to accept islam. ALLAHU AKBAR. It was probably the best day of my life. Wallahi.

Sally, and my two other friends spent a good amount of time during our spare just crying out of happiness and excitement, it was finally happening. Alhamdulilah!

She began talking about how it just seemed so right, Islam fit her life, she’s been studying so much, and it just worked out. Islam was right, islam was what she needed to complete her life. She said she couldn’t wait another day, because we aren’t guaranteed any time, she needed to convert now.

I was just trying to wrap my head around this, its such a big thing to do in high school, its a big big thing to take upon. It’s a blessing, something Sally didn’t have to do, but did alhamdulilah. She decided this was going to be the best thing for her.

My (non-muslim) friend *Sally* quoted this in our convo:

God is the Light of the heavens and the earth. The parable of His light is as if there were a niche and within it a lamp: The lamp enclosed in glass: The glass as it were a brilliant star: Lit from a blessed tree, an olive, neither of the east nor of the west, whose oil is well-nigh luminous, though fire scarce touched it: Light upon Light! God doth guide whom He will to His light: God doth set forth parables for men: and God doth know all things.” [Surat AnNoor: 34]

She found the light, and it makes me so happy because she said that this light, this ayah was talking to her. Alhamdulilah! She gave me hope in humanity, she’s an inspiration to me, because she’s thinking of the bigger picture. She’s thinking for her children, she said that she has to do this for herself, and for the future.

What got to the me the most, and what i told her is, that sometimes we focus too much on other fellow ‘muslim’s’ who you think if you work so hard on them, they will change. And as much as you try, on that ONE person…nothing happens.

Then a friend of yours, from an english class, comes to you and says this, wallahi i just witnessed a miracle, and i’m so blessed to be there for her alhamdulilah!

Guidance is in the hands of Allah, He chooses whom He wills, because only He knows who will change! It puts life in perspective, sometimes, you just need to realize that it always ends up in His hands.

Make duaa’ for her, and for all of us!

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7 responses »

  1. That’s so cool, Masha’allah! I can just feel your joy. That’s how I felt when my brother-in-law was going to give this girl her shahaadah. Subhanallah, it’s a whole new beginning! 😀 May Allah (swt) guide and give us all istiqaamah! Ameen.

  2. Ma’shaAllah!!! That is amazing,s ister! I am so happy to hear that. Please tell your friend Sally— “Welcome to the family”. She’s got a sister right here for her 🙂

    Btw, I work for a site called chatislamonline
    (www.chatislamonline.org), and our priority is dealing with new converts/ non Muslims, helping them convert, start the first steps in Islam, sending them books…so you can always send her to our site, too 🙂

    May Allah keep her steadfast 🙂 And good luck on 12th grade. It is tough 😀

    • JazakiAllahu khairun sis! Alhamdulilah, after she took her shahada we got piles and piles of books and we meet up regularly to teach her things about islam 🙂

      Ameen! and Thanks yea gr 12 is interesting 😉

  3. I’ve read your blog after coming across it in a random search. It’s beautiful. Until I got to this blog, I didn’t know you were so young. :). You’re smart for your age, mashaAllah. May Allah bless you with more wisdom and make you prosperous in both worlds.
    Thank you and good luck with everything. Salaam

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