June 6, 2019 by thewashingteenian
In the Name of God:
By Muhammad Sodagar
I know you all had a very bad experience with an exam, whether in the elementary school, junior high or high school; after each bad exam what you would probably do is to cry for a while and then talk to two friends, one of whom is like you, and the other one has taken the exam successfully. Both tell you that: “Hey, it doesn’t matter, don’t be mad. It’s not anything important.!!!” and blah blah!
But what if none of these were available? Probably what you would do in that case is to commit suicide. But it’s absolutely wrong from the start till the end.
The first thing you have to always in mind is to say before and after each exam: “In God I
trust!” Say it even more than one time; even ten times.
After each exam tell yourself: “If I fail, the worst situation is that in the future I would be paid 25 cents less each hour.” and then tell yourself that, if you really care about the 25 cents: “no one becomes rich or poor with 25 cents more for each hour!!!!!!!”
And say: “Hey, the world is NOT over!!!”
Talk to yourself; it’s important. Make yourself calm with whatever thing that can make you comfortable.
Never forget God; never.
These are very popular and often cliche ideas but, sometimes, use these cliches. Talk to God and just talk and then do as much work as you can and don’t care about the result. Do these cliches and see the results. Always say: ” In God I trust.”
So do these cliches and leave the rest to the God. Never give up.
I think I wrote too much cliches, which I do myself.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart”
Bible, Proverbs 3 Verses 5 to 6
“Allah (God) is capable of everything”
Quran, Verse 284