If you’re in love with someone, tell them. Just do it. There’ll never be a ‘right time’, just do it. (Don’t do it over Facebook chat, though. That’s just silly.)
If you’re not in love any more, tell them too. Just do it. Don’t put it off. Fight for it, try your hardest, but if it’s not working, leave. Just do it.
If you’re missing someone, call them. Go ahead, just do it. It might be awkward and make you look like a weirdo, but just do it anyway.
If you’ve made a mistake, say sorry, then show that you’re sorry. Just do it. Don’t worry about it being ‘too late’, just do it. Even if they don’t forgive you, just do it. (Only jerks don’t forgive, just saying.)
If you’re waiting around for a sign, stop waiting and start doing. Even if that doing is just to pray for guidance. Just do it.
If you’re thinking whatever you’re in is forever, don’t. Just don’t do it. That means appreciating what you have right now, but not forgetting that the only eternal thing is Allah swt. Remember Him. Just do it.
Because nothing is forever. Because everything in this life is transient and impermanent and exciting for approximately thirty seconds. That’s why you need to just do it. Say Bismillah, and just do it. You have the strength. You know you do, because He told you that you do. He said that you would never be burdened with anything greater than you can bear, and you need to believe it.
Because if you do believe it, you’ll try. You’ll try even when things look bleak. You’ll try even when you know it’ll fail, just so that you can tell yourself you gave it a go. You’ll try because you know that you can start over again, and again, and again. You’ll try because you’ve done it before, even as you said ‘never again’.
Hold on. Let go. One step forward, ten steps back. A little bit of grief, a little bit of bliss, a whole lot of apathy and ‘meh’. It’s just how it goes. Before you know it, it’ll all be over and you’ll be food for the worms. So what’s holding you back? Just do it.
Whatever you have will end, but what Allah has is lasting. And We will surely give those who were patient their reward according to the best of what they used to do.