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A WISE AND UNWISE ARE NOT EQUAL

بسم الله الرّحمن الرّحيم

The Arabic proverb that I most liked today;

اَلْعَالِمُ كَبِيْرٌ وَإِنْ كَانَ صَغِيْرًا

وَالْجَاهِلُ صَغِيْرٌ وَإِنْ كَانَ شَيْخًا

A wise is likes an adult although s/he is still young. And unwise is likes a young, anyhow s/he is an old man/woman.”

            This proverb tells us, science and knowledge make someone different, and give him/her a decorous position in his/her life. Everything needs its science, even a little thing.

            See the science and knowledge of his/her and don’t see their ages. Beautify our manner and attitude to someone who teaches us, including our teachers. We should make a lot of duás for them as well as we do to our parents. Because through them, we can get our sciences. If we do this good act, إن شاء الله we’ll get (عِلْمٌ نَافِعٌ ) , it’s mean our sciences and our knowledge will give many benefits to others and especially to ourselves.

            Base on the proverb above, I am like an unwise, I meant in “English” especially.

            I say to you, O .. my teachers, I AM YOUR STUDENT.

            I don’t see your age, I only see your wide science and knowledge.

بارك الله لنا و في علومنا، أمين يا ألله يا مجيب الدّعاء

Please feel free to correct my post. I’d love it.

جزاكم الله خيرا

 

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I'm a teacher in Islamic Elementary School. Hand lettering is my new hobby, but I like it so much. Here, I wanna master it n all the genre of my writing.

3 thoughts on “A WISE AND UNWISE ARE NOT EQUAL

    1. Shukron, Sister! In a fact, I’m an English learner Sis. I want to share a little Islamic knowledge of mine to other. My simple blog is also as reminder for myself. I have to learn more from senior bloggers, like you, Sister. Please give your corrrctions if you find mistakes in my writings. I’d love it. Indeed
      My pleasure to follow your blog, Sis.💝

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