The Arab Muslim Women (21)

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An Address to the Arab Muslim Women (21/32)

However desolate, remain connected, keep in touch; don't be withdrawn.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

Your concept of peace could be different. You stay home. You don’t go out
In the street and mix with the mob. But you pray for peace, you don’t shout.

When things fall apart. When you fail in everything you undertake and feel left down.
When things are bad and cannot get worse, they sure get better. It is dark before dawn.

Some of you may have all they need to be happy, living in the present instant.
Yet, they feel miserable, reliving some painful past traumas, however distant.

You deserve to have the best of everything. You shall not accept anything cheap,
Neither will you let yourselves be driven to the pasture or the butchery like sheep.

When you undertake an action, don’t ask whether or not you’ll succeed.
Likewise, you don’t ask whether it grows or not, when you plant a seed.

You go to the end and persevere in any action you undertake.
Don’t stop in the middle no matter how long that would take.

If you wish to live in harmony with everyone, you ought to change your outfit,
As well as your old ways of living. They are all outmoded. They not longer fit.

We don't stick to beliefs our parents stilled in us since we were born.
We change them if they are not right. We are flexible, not stubborn.

Be good, gentle, but not weak. Be strong, but not arrogant.
Be thrifty, but not miser. Be generous, but not extravagant.

Do not lower yourself, but be elegant.
Be solemn, dignified, but not arrogant.

Be careful not to make the same mistakes all the time. But there’s no need to repent.
So do your best to be thriftier instead of feeling sorry for the money you have spent.

If you want someone to forget what you say to him, just say nothing, That is it.
Because if you tell him ‘forget all I said’, he certainly will do just the opposite.

Before you say something regretful, say it first to yourself and see how it would sound.
Yet saying something to oneself may be fine; to another, may be harmful, have I found.
 

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