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regret. Abdul Kadir was getting ready to graduate from an Islamic Institute. For many years he had his eyes on this beautiful girl and knowing his father was very close to the girls father, he told his father that was all he wanted.

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REGRET Abdul Kadir was getting ready to graduate from an Islamic Institute. For many years he had his eyes on this beautiful girl and knowing his father was very close to the girl's father, he told his father that was all he wanted. As Graduation Day approached, Abdul Kadir awaited signs that his father had approached the girl's father and made it clear their intention. He had hoped the girl's parents would have given their blessing before he heads of to America for a well deserved break. He's been studying in the Islamic Institute for 7 years and was very happy to return home after all his effort. Abdul Kadir is 21 and has been boarding in the Islamic institute since he was 14, so like any other young adult had a lot of plan for the future, especially missing all his teen years in the institute. ...read more.

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Curious, but somewhat disappointed, Kadir opened the box and found a lovely, gold pen it had his name embossed in gold. Angry, Kadir raised his voice to his father and said "the one thing I wanted the most, and you give me a pen?" and stormed out of the house, leaving the gift box and the gold pen. Many years passed and Kadir was very successful in business. He was living in Mauritius it was the most wonderful place and thought to himself what he had missed all these years. He had a beautiful home and wonderful family, but realized his father was very old, and thought perhaps he should go to see him. He had not seen him since that graduation day. ...read more.

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It also had a letter from that very girl he watched for many years; she wanted to meet him after his graduation ceremony. On the letter was the date of his graduation, and the girl's photo and detail. Months went by and due to stress Kadir shrivelled up, he was so thin he could barely hold himself up. One night he went to bed early, in his dream he saw his father in a crowd of miserable people, his father looked distressed and very weakly. He went to his father to embrace him; his father turned his head around the opposite direction. He looked at the crowd his father was with and asked them why they all looked so miserable, they replied, "Our children's have mistreated us, due to this we will always be miserable and unhappy with them". ...read more.

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