This morning, I stumbled upon a video made by Aida Azlin, am not sure how did I ever find her, but her video seems to come up at the right moment that I need the most.
It was a simple video of what are the things she grateful of from her 5 years of marriage. It started with on how she shares who is her in-laws, and how her in-laws are so good and nice to her. She has been married to her Moroccan husband for 5 years and did not have children, at the moment.
In her video, she said that, despite people in her surrounding saying that it might not be her rezeki yet to have children, she always said that, "No, Allah has been giving me the best rezeki so far - great in-laws, loving husband, good friends and successful business."
She also added, "Why would we concern on things that are not yet happen, or maybe not even meant for you to have it, rather than cherishing things that are happening around us, things that are in front of us, the ones that we got too see everyday?"
These words, really had effects on me. Imagine me waking up and going through my phone for Facebook and got my eyes glued to this videos and it got me thinking -
"I have good family, although I have been slightly (most of the time) emotional, moody and keep on swearing harsh words just coz I'm easily pissed off on small things,"
"I have good friends, though the circle might be small, but it is surely enough,"
"I have a huge amount numbers of cats, though I kinda have a limit of playtime with them,"
"I met a wonderful guy, and it has been a wonderful 2 years of knowing him,"
"I managed to have my own place to bake my desserts,"
and I guess the lists goes on..
My little heart might not admit it, but I am grateful of these rezeki for me by Allah.