Sabr is an extremely important virtue for a believer. "A person who faces a physical or financial setback, keeps quiet about it and does not complain to people, has a right on Allah to be forgiven." Attributed by Ibn 'Abbas to the Prophet (Allah’s blessing and peace be upon him). Sabr is so much more than patience. Sabr in fact means perseverance, patience in the path of justice, and doing what is right and good. Note Remember that practicing Sabr will always result in growth, even if it doesn’t feel like it.

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