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B, March 29, 2010 in
^ I wouldn't go that far and call them evil, but to be on the safe side, let's just say wa ibtilo aan laga maarmin
How will you "one day be financially secure"? When it finally starts raining money?
Admit it, you like the way you live - because if you didn't, you would do something about it. The fact you spend the little money you have on cigarettes and drugs tells it all (action speaks louder than words).
Don't get me wrong, I live off my parents too - but that's because I'm a student and they don't want me to work. In your case, your family is simply prolonging the suffering/problems. You're a grown man, it's time for them to cut the financial umbilical cord, for your own good.
Get a job and make your mother proud by taking care of yourself, man.
Yes, making your own money gets you respect, no one likes freeloaders. There just seems to be too many of them in our community... :mad:
p.s whoever says money doesn't buy happiness has never been broke or gone shopping in Dubai.
Having money that you sweated for is priceless and being able to buy things for yourself/family without thinking (too much) about how much it costs and if you will be broke is a fantastic feeling.
B- It is a good thing that you are not operating caag with your buddies. Hopefully, once you graduate and get a job, you will be able to provide for your mom. What kind of drugs? Jaad? well, cigarettes are bad for you, and so are the drugs.
Start jogging, maybe it will take your mind of the drugs.
I think that if you don't have Iman, nothing will make you happy. You should be happy regardless, there are lots of people in the world who don't have anything but they have smile on their face, and that's not something money can buy. I think we are fortunate and should be thankful everyday.
I'm happy when i help someone who needs help.
B, have you spoken regarding your unemployment? They shouldn't be hounding@you if you're not working. Try get into a payment plan with them the nationaldebtline.co.uk / org.uk is v.useful. Try to get a part time job, it will also give you focus away from drugs and your friends. Insha Allah, it will workout but you need to be proactive and get the ball rolling.
The difference between you and I is that I don't feel my finance is in awful state. To me it seems that you are a little reckless with money, whilst I hold on to the little money I live on, with both hands. As a student, I am in no position to live a life of luxury. In fact, I think every student should go through a phase of poverty just so they can later rub it in their kids' face, because lets face it, it's not like we can say :"When I was your age I was tending cows in Afgooye/ ate only one meal a day/ washed clothes with bare hands".
So we need something to impress the little baestardos with!
I agree with you. There are so many wonderful things in life for which to be so grateful for, I personally find it a struggle to be unhappy/unappreciative.
But we shouldn't take Allah (swt) blessings for granted and should always, forever pray to Him that He will allow us to stay grateful, because it is only by His mercy that we are grateful in the first place.
Lol @ women= evil
All this talk of money is highlighting my pitiful broke-ness!
Young cats like you wouldnt know this...but,LIL Kim & the Lox said this back in tha dayz. If i remember the lines,i think she said something like
Ya Heard?!-Excuse the language tho'.
^ Adigu goormaad hip hop quotes ka weynaaneysaa?
^Never!,Ever! . Lots of wisdom in many of lil kims and puffys lyrics man. "Ya heard"
That Equation is fantastic! LMOF@ "Women are the square root of evil squared."
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