Story – No one is promised tomorrow

It was their anniversary, and Aisha was waiting for her husband Bilal to show up.

Things had changed since their marriage, the once cute couple couldn’t-live-w­ithout each-other had turned bitter. Fighting over every little things, both didn’t like the way things had changed. 

Aisha was waiting to see if Bilal remembered it was their anniversary! Just as the door bell rang she ran to find her husband wet and smiling with a bunch of flowers in his hand. The two started re-living the old days. Making up for fights, then was the plan for the dinner and it was raining outside! It was perfect.

But the moment paused when the phone in the bedroom rang. Aisha went to pick it up and it was a man. “Hello ma’am I’m calling from the police station. Is this Mr Bilal’s number?”

“Yes it is!”

“I’m sorry ma’am; but there was an accident and a man died. We got this number from his wallet; we need you to come and identify his body.”

Aisha’s heart sank!! She was shocked!

“But my husband is here with me?”

“Sorry ma’am, but the incident took place at 2 pm, when he was boarding the train.”

Aisha was about to lose her conscience.

How could this happen?!

She had heard about the soul of the person coming to meet a loved one before it leaves!

She ran into the other room. He was not there. It was true! He had left her for good!!

Oh God she would have died for another chance to mend every little fight! She rolled on the floor in pain. She lost her chance! Forever!

Suddenly there was a noise from the bathroom, the door opened and Bilal came out and said “Darling, I forgot to tell you my wallet got stolen today”.


No one is promised tomorrow. Fix your mistakes before it is too late and you would only wish you got back one minute. SubhanAllah, this is a great reminder! 

And this applies not only to your spouse but also to your parents, sisters, brothers and your friends. Ask for forgiveness before it is too late. On The Day of Judgement Allah (swt) may forgive but His creatures may not. Fix your relationships with those around you inshaAllah, before it’s too late dear Muslims


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