The Arab Muslim Women (20)

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An Address to the Arab Muslim Women (20/32)

Even if you take part in worldly things, you do live like a nun
In a convent. You are not supposed to enjoy life and have fun.

A person could die if he exerts himself and overdoes.
In the same way as one dies if one takes an overdose.

You think you are really loved. Then one day you discover that you are despised.
It is no wonder. Love isn’t always genuine love. It’s sometimes hatred disguised.

That is very common. One day you are held on high esteem, honored, praised.
The next day, you are disparaged, denigrated, defamed. You are not surprised.

Don't be jubilant because you're raised to the top today, treated like a great hero.
If you do, you'll be desolate when you're treated another day lie a nothing, a zero

You cannot enjoy really yourselves fully. All your life here on earth is a mere test
To determine your final abode: hell or paradise. Like it or not, you cannot protest.

You’re in danger. You feel vulnerable, apprehensive, living in constant fear.
No one ever comes to your rescue; no one wants to get involved, to interfere.

When you fail in doing something, you go on, no matter how long it takes.
One sure learns by trial and error. You likewise learn from your mistakes.

You must not stop acting all together, simply because you make lots of mistakes.
On the contrary, you keep on acting till you do things right, however long it takes.

You can not undo what have been done. Avoid doing it again. No need to be sorry.
In the future you won't do the same mistake. You will even do better. Don't worry.

Whether you’re or not homebound, your freedom is restricted. You are in prison.
It’s obvious; you committed no offense. It means you are punished for no reason.

You may feel, at times, desolate and empty as a deflated balloon. 
You’re in union and communion with everyone. You aren't alone.

However desolate, remain connected, keep in touch; don't be withdrawn.
Be strong. Pull yourself up whenever you feel as if you're going to drown

However desolate, remain connected, keep in touch; don't be withdrawn.
Be strong. Pull yourself up whenever you feel as if you're going to drown

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