MOHAMMAD SKATI


IN GOD WE TRUST نثق بالله


If I lose some patience, I can say I lose something, If I lose some money, I can say I lose something, If I lose some of my health, I can say I lose something, If I lose some power, I can say I lose something, but I can say with say with great Confidence: In God we trust Because we always believe in God. اذا فقدت بعض الصبر فبمقدوري ان اقول انني فقدت شيئا ما اذا فقدت بعض المال فبمقدوري ان اقول انني فقدت شيئا ما اذا فقدت بعضا من صحتي فبمقدوري ان اقول انني فقدت شيئا ما اذا فقدت بعض السلطة فبمقدوري ان اقول انني فقدت شيئا ما و لكن بمقدوري ان اقول بثقة كبيرة اننا نثق بالله لأننا دوما نؤمن بالله. ................................................. .....................

Submitted: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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