MOHAMMAD SKATI


NEVER KNEEL DOWN TO ANYONE EXCEPT TO GOD


Never kneel down to money Because it is not your master, but It is your bad master Or if you tame it It will be you good servant, Never kneel down to arrogance Because it is your deadly sin, but If you tame it It will be under your order, and If you want to kneel down to anyone Just kneel down to your Creator Because He deserves us to kneel down To Him and to His pretty Greatness.

Submitted: Sunday, August 04, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013
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