Often times we feel overwhelmed and burdened about our affairs, we get disturbed and hooked such that we feel like giving up without trying to seek for counseling or solution.
Yes, it is bound to happen that way because some matters arising makes you feel that you cannot overcome your problems. It is no big deal at all because we are bound to be tested as Muslims which is aimed at making us stronger and firm upon the seen of Islam.
Humans are bound to disappoint when we tell them out secrets and pour out hearts to them. Only few persons can offer way out and give useful advice to find a way out of the problem.
The only person that knows and hear all you want even before you say it is Allah S.W.T who is the creator of the Heaven and Earth. He reads your mind and knows all that will happen to you even before you were born into this world.
We are advise to say the Dua below at the end of our supplications as it was said by our Great Father Prophet Ibrahim A.S and Allah answered his prayers.
رَبَّنَا تَقَبَّلْ مِنَّا إِنَّكَ أَنتَ السَّمِيعُ الْعَلِيمُ
Rabbana Taqabbal Minna Innaka Antas Samee-u’l A’leem
“…Our Lord! accept from us; surely Thou art the Hearing, the Knowing.” (Sura al-Baqara, 2:127)
The story below is to back up the Dua:
Prophet Ibrahim and prophet Isma-il, while building the holy Ka’-bah prayed to Allah for the successful completion of their project. Putting in their best efforts does not make your labour fruitful, because there are many unknown and uncontrollable forces working in the universe that can bring disappointment if Allah, who not only knows but has total control over all things and events, does not help you. So always invoke Allah by reciting this verse in the traditions of His prophets, whenever you take up a job, which has not been prohibited.
Also recite this verse at the end of any good deed-after praying any wajib or sunnah salat, or when you have read whole or part of the holy Qur’an, in a single sitting, or after attending a majlis (a religious gathering for mentioning the merits of the Holy Prophet and his Ahl ul Bayt).
Recitation of this verse is also recommended for seeking fulfillment of any legitimate desires.
May Allah answer our prayers and fulfill our heart desires… Aamin