What Goes Around Comes Around

Added by on 27/11/2019

Life has taught me that "What goes around comes around"! "As you sow, so will you reap. A taste of your own medicine. "Allah does not wrong anyone." (Al-Kahf 18:49)

Life has taught me that “What goes around comes around”!

“As you sow, so will you reap…. a taste of your own medicine.

Allah does not wrong anyone.” (Al-Kahf 18:49)

As you sow, so will you reap;

Everyone will taste of his/her medicine

As you sow good, so will you reap good

As you sow evil, so will you reap evil

As you see a person reaping the harvest,

You will regret for not sowing like him; you will cry for the spilled milk!

Once, a master ordered his slave saying,

“plant wheat in my land”

The intelligent and pious salve went off to execute the order.

He, however, planted it barely instead.

The master did not come until the time of harvest

to discover that the slave has planted it barely instead.He angrily rebuked him saying, “I ordered you to plant it wheat; why did you sow barely?!”

“I thought the barely would turn out to be wheat,” he replied.

The master said, “damn you! Do you expect the barely would turn out to be wheat?!”

The slave said “My master! Do you expect that when you disobey Allah (God), he will have mercy on you?!”

The master was shocked and got scared out of fear of God

And said, “I repent to Allah to forgive my sins; you are free now!”.

What goes around comes around, As you sow, so will you reap; a taste of your own medicine!

The Qur’an says, “Whoever does righteousness, whether male or female, while he is a believer – We will surely cause him to live a good life, and We will surely give them their reward [in the Hereafter] according to the best of what they used to do”. (Al-Kahf 16:97)

And, on the contrary, it says,

“Whoever comes with an evil deed – then those who did evil deeds will not be recompensed except [as much as] what they used to do.” (Al-Qasas 28:84)

Once a man got bored with his old father

due to serving him for long.

So he took him away in the desert

The father wondered and asked him , “Why you are doing this?!”

“I want to slaughter you”, the son replied. O my God! How come! A son slaughters his father!

The father said, “How can this be the reward for good?!”

“You should be slaughtered, I got bored with you,” the son replied.

He hopelessly said, “My son! You may slaughter me there on this a rock”.

The son wondered, “why should I slaughter you on this rock only?!
“What goes around comes around. So slaughter me on this rock only, I slaughter my father there

You may do it twice my son: What goes around comes around,” the father replied.

As you sow, so will you reap; Allah does not wrong anyone.

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