It’s been quite some time and I’ve not been writing regularly due to my busy schedule.
I was constantly occupied today – to the extent of not being able to do anything – because I kept on thinking about the very kind lady who helped me from fainting.
It was a Friday morning, and my routine is to go to the market and get some groceries for cooking. Oh yeah! The weekend in Johor are on Friday and Saturday, so Friday is the only day I get to cook special dishes for my family.
So, I woke up early and the first thing I did was go straight away to the market to buy some onions. At that time, I started to feel dizzy and then my vision was getting darker and, I knew that I was going to faint very soon. I tried to sit on the floor, still not okay, then I tried searching for a chair but there was none available.
I had to muster every ounce of strength I had to walk to the nearest stall. In that state, I decided that I would not be able to cook breakfast for my family and decided that roti canai would be the alternative. However, at that moment, the lady at the stall looked at me and asked if was sick, I guessed at that moment I must’ve looked pale as there was not much blood in circulation.
She got so worried and decided to bring a chair for me to sit next to her. She even left everything, including a money box that was at the cashier, whilst others were queuing up to pay their orders. All that Just because she wanted to make me a cup of Milo for me. I just sat there watching her, thinking of how I would get home by my own.
She passed me the milo and, ‘said please drink this. It is free, no worries.’ I am so blessed. After I drunk that milo, I felt slightly better and I sat there for about half an hour before leaving to go back home. Oh, ya Allah, I know that you always help me in all kinds of ways.
I am so blessed with everything and I understand why sometimes my wishes have not happened yet.
Maybe I am not capable of handling my own kids all by myself yet, I am not even capable to sustain a healthy lifestyle to take care of myself. To the makcik, I really thank you for your kindness.
I will definitely eat at your stall whenever I am available insyaAllah.
May Allah always bless you with good health and prosperity. I’ve always believe in the magic of kindness.