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By being complicated, you make things become more complicated
Why can you just be more normal?
You can be an extraordinary person, but becoming a complicated person is a whole different aspect

We want to live in harmony
So led a normal life
We want to understand each other better
So don't make yourself more complex

Even the greatest man in the history led a normal life
He doesn't make himself become complicated
Peace be upon Him

I got tired of all this fighting and hatred that grows within each day
Where are the laughter that we used to share?
Where are the smiles on our face when we see each other?
Is this how brothers in Islam supposed to be?

We talked bad things about each other behind our backs
We resent towards the person that make a small mistake to us
We hate the person, and prefer to eat the flesh among us instead of confronting our problems and solve it directly
Is this what Islam had thought us?

I know, I am no better but as a Muslim, we had the responsibility to be nice to each other
Maybe I should say this in front of you

That I love you, my brothers

"Believers are each other's brothers. Restore peace among your brothers. Have fear of God so that perhaps you will receive mercy" (Al- Hujaraat, 49:10)


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