You know, everyone has dark pasts. We all have our own mistakes and blunders along the way. We all have our own histories and stories. But, what is important is that we stand up and learn from the mistakes. Turn a new leaf.
All I am saying is that, I feel truly blessed. God SWT has been so kind to me especially for this late 3 years. I’ve found peace and I am happy with my life. I am also grateful for kind soul (s) that ALLAH SWT has bestowed to my life. I have great supporting systems and soul who love me dearly. I am a Quod Pro Quo; I treat people the same way I’ve been treated. Been given such authentic and pure love after facing a few fiascos is a God-Sent. Alhamdulillah, that’s all I can say. I just pray that the Halo will not fade away.
Angie depicts the transition from the dark pasts to turning a new leaf. She bounces back from her past blunders. I feel related to her in terms of experiences.
I think I can relate to what Irma Hasmie, a local artiste said regarding her marriage and her now-Hijabi-image-as-opposed-to-then-social-lifestyle. Truthfully, I am not really into local artistes’ shenanigans, but her simple but powerful quote resonate in my mind and heart.
“Saya juga mempunyai sejarah hitam yang lalu. Begitu juga dengan suami saya. Biarkan ia berlalu & jangan diungkit takut mencalar maruah mana-mana orang.”
And true to that essence, she bounced back from her dark past and God SWT has destined her with a better person than the previous blunders. You know, God SWT is fair. You just gotta have faith. By admitting I have dark pasts doesn’t necessarily make me a less human. I think it’s just parts and parcels of life. And I am blessed to ALLAH SWT that I am one of those who have that courage to admit that and pay no heed to people. They can say and speculate what they want. I am enjoying my life and love. Thank you, ALLAH.