It was Tuesday (07/05/2013). It was just another summer day, a very-very long time. It was my first time living in Summer. A season when we had very long day and very short night. Really, I could not enjoy summer. The very long day made me so painful and made me being trapped in the very bad mood. Perhaps, it was only all about the time did matter. I just need enough time to get used to.
Four seasons ( Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer) in the UK have taught me that live is ever changing. I must change dynamically to survive, otherwise I will be crushed by the change. So, I must make change in each single of the time.
Just like another ordinary day in my PhD life, It was nothing but dealing with my PC, books, papers, and a never-ending challenging puzzle named research problem.
The only time I love much during summer is Maghrib prayer Time. I went to Amenities building, Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham, where the mosque located, at around 8.15 pm. I made Ashar prayer and waited for Maghrib prayer time at around 08.45 PM. Before the Magrib prayer, I met some brothers in the mosque. One of my friends from Saudi Arabia served us dates and coffee while having encouraging chats among us. There will be always happiness when we care to each other sincerely.
I always wait for Maghrib prayer. The time, in which I can hear the golden voice of one of my brothers from Tanzania, abu bakar. Amazingly he has extremely beautiful voice that make me melting down in the shake of God.
Thank you Allah for the day.