*Random questions ;)
Easy right? Just ignore them haters. Why spend your time thinking about people who doesn’t care less about you, people who only want to see you suffer in agony and people who you probably do not know at all. Why?
We all have our daily routine, right? Students study, workers work, teachers teach and the list goes on. Even haters have their daily routine. Hating. What about you?
This is similar to the second point, but it is better. How is it better? You’re doing something you like! Simple as that. I don’t know about you guys, but when I do what I like, I really forget about all the other things that I wasn’t supposed to think about. All those rubbish just flew away out of the window. There’s no space for me to think about the thing I don’t like when I’m busy playing games, reading a book or hanging out with my friends.
Muslims should always remember that every problem/hardship that we face is a test from Allah. He will not test us with hardship if we are not able to get through it. We just need to take the leap and get through it. That’s all.
Of all the points I’ve given, maybe this is the hardest to follow. A bigger man doesn’t means you have to be bigger that other. It’s all about having a bigger heart. A bigger heart to see why these haters are acting like they are. Maybe they have problems with their life. So, in order for them to forget about their problems, they see you (the hated victim) as a punching bag. Try to see what others see. It’s not always about you.