I know, Allah tests his slaves because He loves them; but at the moment I was diagnosed with anemia, I blamed Him ironically. I was being irrational at that moment because I kept asking Him, “why me?”. Then there was this somebody who posted a reminder to her blog followers about Allah’s greatest tests. I read it, from the first paragraph until the last and I knew that I was wrong. I should be thankful for being one of His slaves that is being tested by Him. I know the obstacles He has given me is actually not really tough compared to what other people have or had confronted, but at least by having anemia, I know that He loves me. This disease has taught me a lot; patience and perseverance, respect and trust, as well as health and consciousness.
Anemia, a very rare disease for me before but now I am the self-proclaimed ambassador for Anemia Awareness Campaign. I will be known as “Budak Kurang Darah” during the campaign so please come over to my blog to read more about anemia. I will try to share information with all of you so that you guys and girls will be “in the know” and protect/avoid yourself from being the next victim. Anemia is a very serious disease because if the level of haemoglobin in your blood is low, you may lose your life; trust me, I was almost there. Okay, I have to go now. There are a lot of “research papers” and articles to go through because this is my assignment during the holidays.