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When I worked at a non-profit that handled suicide prevention, I had access to the donation records. Each month, a specific man donated 15$ to our organization. It was like clockwork.. same day, same man, he had been doing this for over 4 years. It always seemed odd to me but I never questioned it… until I saw a note attached one month. "For Noah- Dad"
his donation was once his child’s allowance.
I can promise you, they would miss you for the rest of their lives.
*ambulance zooms by*
Freshman: oooohh someone's getting arrested!!
Al Ahzab 1-3
•good hair day!!!!!
•first chem lab of the year; we barely finished even though we were ahead of all the other groups early on. I really hope we got a good grade!
•open house was bleh like always and a waste of time
•Tuesday I couldn’t keep my eyes open so I went to sleep at ~10:40 and neglected to read the English calendar, and ofc there was a quiz over some reading (that I got a 32 on ((*cries*)))
•chem test was harddd
1. I AM SO MAD AT WHOEVER STOLE MY TENNIS SHOES. GIVE THEM BACK. I HATE REHEARSING IN MARCHING SHOES.
2. Today is suicide prevention day.
3. Snapchat is showing different snaps from fashion week right now, and honestly they kind of make me want to be Blair Waldorf for the week???
4. Mosquitoes in sltx have tested positive for West Nile, and we have a game this week and hc pep rally/parade tomorrow and a rehearsal Saturday morning.
I spend more time worrying than I do actually studying for apes
I’m glad this is on your mind. First, know that it’s okay. We all struggle with resorting to old habits, it’s normal, but remember to ask for forgiveness every time you do. When it’s time to pray, the most productive thing you can do is to put down whatever you’re doing and just go pray. Getting up is the hardest part with all the distractions around us. If you miss prayers, make them up as soon as you can. Try to go to sleep knowing you’ve prayed all five prayers of the day, and then try to become more consistent with them. You won’t be great at it in the beginning. Permanent, lasting change takes a long time. I’m still working on it myself, even though it’s been years.
May Allah make it easy for you, ameen =]
Do adults know the difference between an excuse and a reason