Qur'anic Wisdom: "You think it to be small, whereas in the sight of Allah it is grave" (Surah Noor:15)
Explanation: Some people continue sinning, thinking that afterwards they will make Taubah. This is a serious error. Once sinning becomes habitual then Taubah becomes difficult for such a person. The reason for this is that it is easy to make Taubah from a new sin which has not yet become embedded in one. But to make Taubah from a sin which has become one's habit is problematic. Together with that, when a person does not abstain from a 'small' sin then such a person becomes audacious. He feels then no inhibition in committing sin. He gradually perpetrates major sins then. This is like care is taken not to dirty clean clothes. But if the clothes have become gradually soiled then a person worries not of the clothes becoming further soiled.
When i was small, people used to tell 'Aww you look exactly like your dad!' And I hated it. Why? Because then, i thought i look like a boy, to be precise a male. But, now when people see me and says, 'Huh, you look kinda similar to your dad' and the truth is i miss that 'exactly like your dad' sayings nowadays. For him we are more important than his friends, career, happiness, enjoyment...anything. And he is the best teacher, advisor and mentor i could ever get. I called him 'Achu' because i was not able to say 'Achan' when i was small. And i still do! Yeah i know it's funny and people have made fun of me too. But he will be my 'Achu' and I will be his 'Paruchi' forever.
Amma! My best friend and partner in shopping and gossiping. And when i say best friend she knows me well than anyone. She always sacrifices everything for us. Yeah, I know all mothers are like that. When we talk about me going some other place, i say that i will not miss her. But deep down i know i will miss her the most. Going out with friends is real fun but spending time with my mother, our dessert cravings and shopping spree cannot match upto anything.
Maybe all the short big sisters will be able to relate with me here. Having a tall younger brother is kinda irritating. To talk about him, well he shares every small thing with me (at least i think so) and sometimes that is a surprise for me. When we went for a trip with my friends, he went and told one of my friends to take care of me "Paru chechi ye nokikone". Even if he is irritating sometimes (all the time), he is my biggest enemy whom i cannot live without.