Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Masihkah Kita Mengeluh?

Apakah kamu merasa sulit sekali menjalani hidup?
Apakah kamu merasa berat sekali menghadapi masalah?
Putus asa dan merasa tidak ada lagi jalan untuk menyelesaikan masalah yang kamu hadapi.
Atau berusaha ratusan kali tapi belum juga ada tanda-tanda berhasil?
Apa yang akan Anda lakukan?
Menyerah dan tidak berusaha lagi?
Putus asa dan menyerah dengan apa yang sudah dilakukan, lantas meninggalkannya begitu saja.
Atau malah memilih mati, karena merasa sulit sekali menjalani kehidupan?
Sebesar apakah masalah yang kita hadapi?
Kehilangan uang?
Kehilangan handphone?
Banyak tugas kuliah?
Revisi ksripsi berkali-kali?
Dapet pembimbing killer?
Menghapal nggak masuk-masuk?
Merasa kesulitan dalam belajar?
Setidaknya kita masih memiliki fisik yang sempurna. Kita masih memiliki dua tangan untuk melakukan apapun. Dua kaki untuk berjalan ke manapun yang siap menopang badan kita. Kita masih memiliki dua tangan dan kaki yang bisa membantu kita berdiri kembali ketika kita terjatuh. Bandingkan dengan lelaki ini.

His name is Nick, a Serbian Australian evangelist and motivational speaker born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder characterised by the absence of all four limbs. As a child, he struggled mentally and emotionally as well as physically, but eventually came to terms with his disability and, at the age of seventeen, started his own non-profit organisation, Life Without Limbs.
He was limbless, missing both arms at shoulder level, as well as legs. Where human legs are located, he has a small foot with two toes. Initially, his parents were devastated, though Vujicic was otherwise healthy. Originally prohibited by Victoria state law from attending a mainstream school because of his physical disability, even though he was not mentally impaired, Vujicic became one of the first disabled students integrated into a mainstream school once the laws changed.
Being bullied at school for his limbless disability, Vujicic grew depressed and by the age of eight, contemplated suicide. At age ten he tried to drown himself, but did not go through with it out of love for his parents. After praying to grow arms and legs, Vujicic eventually realised that his accomplishments could inspire others – and became grateful for his life. A key turning point came when his mother showed him a newspaper article about a man dealing with a severe disability. Vujicic realized he wasn't unique in his struggles and began to embrace his disability.
He began to master the daily tasks of life. He learned to write using the two toes on his left foot with a special grip that slid onto his big toe. He learned to use a computer and type using the "heel and toe" method. He learned to throw tennis balls, play drum pedals, get a glass of water, comb his hair, brush his teeth, answer the phone and shave. Even though he was limbless, he could finish his college. He graduated from Griffith University at the age of 21 with a double major in accountancy and financial planning. What amazing man!
And how about us? We always complain, complain and complain with all the things that we have. We are easily to give up while we face difficulties in our daily life.
Masihkah kita mau mengeluh?
Masihkah kita mau menyerah?
Ketika kita telah berusaha 99 kali lalu gagal, kemudian kita berusaha lagi yang ke 100 masih tetap gagal, tetaplah lanjutkan dan terus berusaha. Pasti kita akan berhasil pada usaha yang ke 101, 102 atau bahkan sampai yang ke 1000.
Allah berkalam dalam surat asy-Syarh ayat 5-6 :
فَإِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا (5) إِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا (6)
“Maka sesungguhnya bersama kesulitan ada kemudahan. Sesungguhnya dibalik kesulitan ada kemudahan.”
Teruslah berusaha karena dibalik kesulitan pasti ada kemudahan. When you feel hard to face your problem, you have Allah who always listen your pray and your sigh.
اللهم سهلنا في كل أمورنا
It’s a self reflection for me, hope it useful for you to. It’s a morning reflection given by my Musyrif in halqah tahfizh.



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