Tuesday, March 9, 2010

This expression doesn't work for me!

"The last straw that broke the camel's back"

You probably have heard about the above expression .. It is used in a condition where someone is loaded with a massive amount of physical or mental tasks which are tiring him/her out..right in that condition, an additional piece of task or a worsening condition can make him/her completely give up (like hearing a bad news in the middle of a hug of things to go through and concentrate on) ... Just like a straw that though of being very light, can break a camel's back if added to the bulk of things on his back !

I said all these stuff to say : "This expression doesn't work for me !" :D

right on the moments when i start feeling the last straw's going to be added to my load ... Your kind hands unpack my back and relieve me , Dear Lord! ... Though you might overload someone with heavy luggage , you never break his/her back !
It's all about such delicate kindness of you that makes me keep loving you ! :)
keep being around Lord !

4 comments:

Connie L. Nash said...

What a universal experience this can be! I kept saying all day yesterday when seems one more thing couldn't be added...OH, I can let that go...OH, I can do so and so this way instead...and suddenly I smiled to self and said outloud to empty room... OH, it is YOU who is giving me such and such reminders, advice and little breakthroughs!

Love your beautiful faith! Keep sending these reminders...we ALL sure do need them every hour every day.

Thinking said...

hmm..a very nice and beautifully written about faith on DIVINE....

May Allah bless you and your writings...

I realy like your writings and always found some lesson from them...

Thanks for sharing.

Mahsa Mohammadi said...

Dear Connie and Dear Thinking !
Thank you :)

B!g Bro said...

That's so interesting. God is so kind and unique.
I guess I've heard it somewhere that it is said that whatever hard work that does not kill you, can help you to grow and build your capabilities. I thought it may be relevant to your talk. :D Anyway! Thanks and keep up the great work!