Patience is one of the most amazing traits that one can have. It is also a rare characteristic and is hardly found in anyone. These days when everyone is busy in the hassles of this world, no one has time to be patient for anyone else. And those who show patience are definitely the best among all. If we look at the history of Islam, we would realize that it is filled with the examples of amazing Muslim leaders and their followers who used to practice patience and kindness. Their rank is the highest in all the people and even after their death; their names are still alive in the heart of people. Even today, older people tell the story of those leaders to the children so that they can learn from their stories.
Muslim people practice patience through various methods. When they travel for Hajj by Cheap Hajj Packages 2019, they depict the most sacred form of patience by praying to the one and only Allah. He almighty is the most Merciful and Benevolent of all. Even though, every religion gives the lesson to be patient and kind with others but the way Islam teaches those traits is extraordinary. It not just tells you to follow it through words, but also shows the practical example of it through the live of great Prophets and pious men who had spent their life for the sake of Allah and for preaching the right message to the people. It has been mentioned in the Ayat of Surah Al Anfal in Quran that “Surely, Allah is with those who are patient.”
While you pray five times a day, keeps the fast of Ramadan or perform Umrah with Luxury umrah tours providers 2019 for family with Visa, flight and Transportation arrangements, you are actually showing your patience by doing all these. Patience is not only that you stand in a row of people and wait for you time to get the food or wait for your time to cast your vote. It can be in any form. Surely if you are patient enough to forgive the mistakes of others, Allah Almighty will forgive your mistakes and will provide you a reward for that.