What if you could have complete reliance and faith that everything will be okay? 

In this episode we dive deep into trust, reliance, faith and relationships which no doubt, play a significant role in our lives. 

This affects you, no matter who you are. 

It doesn’t matter who you are, a doctor, a homeschooling mother, professional business executive,whatever you are, you are YOU. 

Everyone’s okay, in some parts of their life. 

What’s the challenge in your life? 

I could be wrong but it usually comes back to reliance, trust, faith and all relationships. 

You see, feeling connected to your Creator, the All Merciful, the All Loving has its benefits. 

One of the most important of those is that we want to feel secure. Because in the face of insecurity, nothing feels right. 

Even when it is right. That’s the crazy thing about it. 

So it’s important to understand that your most important reliance factor is that security.Trust and faith in the Almighty go beyond words and have profound impacts on our lives.

People talk about Tawakkul.They throw this word around, like it’s a sure thing. 

But I can tell you, from experience, working with people, coaching people, whether it’s intervention therapy type stuff, or whatever else it is. 

Business people, senior executives,  medical professionals, clinicians, therapists, doesn’t matter what they are,everyone seems to have some sort of struggle with this word, reliance and trust.

It may not be in every single area of your life. But in some areas, no doubt,many people that suffer, especially those who suffer from these emotional ups and downs.

The thing is, we trust in the wisdom of the Creator. We trust that we’ll be okay. Many of us feel that. 

But when it comes down to the challenges with your husband or your wife, be it your livelihood, your job, the economic challenges be it the struggle that you have with yourself, we feel we can’t handle it. 

We don’t always articulate that and sometimes we don’t even think about it. But many times, we feel it. 

In the Quran, Allah says categorically that whoever has trust and reliance, then he will suffice them.

وَمَن يَتَوَكَّلْ عَلَى اللَّهِ فَهُوَ حَسْبُهُ

And whoever relies upon Allah – then He is sufficient for him.

Whoever has trust and reliance, he will suffice them, He will be enough for them. 

That’s the key. If you have that, you have everything.

Then there’s relationships with other people. Insecurity can significantly affect relationships, whether it’s your husband or wife, boss, neighbour, children, or parents. 

If you perceive a lack of security, you might inadvertently push people away or become overly needy, creating burdens in your relationships. 

A good solution that will give you what you need is to turn back to Al Wadud, Ar-Rahman.

Turning to Al Wadud (The Loving) can bring true security, easing the burdens in your connections.

Turn back to the One who is eternally loving. That will give you the security that you need, that will make you feel what you need, and whoever has that reliance and trust will have their needs fulfilled.

It will completely change the dynamics of your relationship with other people. Because if you’re completely fulfilled, then you don’t need anything from that relationship, which makes that relationship much easier. 

Lastly, the type of relationship a lot of people struggle with is the one with themselves.

Many find it difficult to love or even like themselves. However, turning back to Al Wadud, the One who loves and takes care of us, can help you appreciate your own existence. 

Once again, turn back to the One who takes care of you and has always loved you, Al Wadud. 

The truth is in the fact that you are alive and functioning. You have people that you can still connect to, even when you feel you can’t. 

One of the challenges is you might feel like you can’t love yourself. But you absolutely can. 

Or at least you can start by liking you. 

You don’t have to tell anyone. But you can do it. Whatever your relationship challenge is, it’s all based on how secure or insecure you feel. 

Have faith, and remember that you are never alone. The Almighty is always there to guide and support you. Trust in Him, and He will be everything you need.

What You’ll Learn in this Podcast:

  1. How to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself and others.
  2. Emotional ups and downs and how to stabilise things. 
  3. Turning to and Trusting Allah as the key solution.

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