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  1. 4 out of 5

    Hedayah Sanuri

    This book is an evergreen book. You might pick when you feel lost, give up and broken. You might not find an answer on a certain point of your life and this book will make you reflect that everything happened or delayed are a blessing and God always has perfect timing for you. Just for you, not against you. "Every day that you wake up in the morning, it's a sign - the best is yet to come." Ustaz Mizi portrays his experience and real-life lesson of another person into words that can relate in our l This book is an evergreen book. You might pick when you feel lost, give up and broken. You might not find an answer on a certain point of your life and this book will make you reflect that everything happened or delayed are a blessing and God always has perfect timing for you. Just for you, not against you. "Every day that you wake up in the morning, it's a sign - the best is yet to come." Ustaz Mizi portrays his experience and real-life lesson of another person into words that can relate in our lives too. In this era of social media that controls our lives, he put some guides that make our hearts warm and calm. People might judge you but in His eyes, you're beautiful. Really recommended! Not only for you who are broken but for us who searching the meaning of life. Be flexible if you want peace in your life and don't accept "poison".

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nur Fatin Atiqah

    4 ⭐️ for The Art of Letting God by Ustaz Mizi Wahid. Why four, and not five? Although I love the overall writings, at certain points and sentences, I have some difficulties to fully grasp the meaning of them. Thus, I have to reread quite a few times to understand the whole context. Perhaps, my English is poor, hence the reason I faced those challenges. Other than that, everything is simply beautiful. The words and the advices, though I seek for more. It feels too short and I wanted more depth and e 4 ⭐️ for The Art of Letting God by Ustaz Mizi Wahid. Why four, and not five? Although I love the overall writings, at certain points and sentences, I have some difficulties to fully grasp the meaning of them. Thus, I have to reread quite a few times to understand the whole context. Perhaps, my English is poor, hence the reason I faced those challenges. Other than that, everything is simply beautiful. The words and the advices, though I seek for more. It feels too short and I wanted more depth and exploration, which I believe Ustaz Mizi Wahid can totally nail it. Another thing that strikes me in particular is the disorganisation of the whole book. Somehow I feel that the chapters were not arranged properly, making it jumpy here and there. Anyway that’s just my personal opinion 😬 Lastly, I do recommend this book to everyone who seeks to understand Allah’s master plan for our life. Happy reading ☺️

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ain

    Love the contents. Love the way Ustaz Mizi explained it - few of it somehow soothes my heart. I’m learning to forgive myself and my surroundings. It is hard and I’m still working on it. Thank you Ustaz Mizi for those great words.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elfeeza Ul Haq

    A must-have book in your Islamic book collection. Mizi Wahid wrote this book in an honest, simple and relatable style. The message is clearly delivered and in short and simple story-telling/conversational style that makes this book an easy read and its overall short length makes it easy to pick up over and over again as and when you need a little lift in your spirits or a little reminder to take a break, let go and let God. #TAOLGod

  5. 5 out of 5

    anahashim17

    The art of letting God emphasized the importance of tawakkal tu ilAllah, is because, at the end of the day, He is the great planner.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Fifah

    At times holding on hurts more than letting go. So let go let the One who knows best guide you through

  7. 5 out of 5

    SITI NURBAITI MOHAMED

    Any readers may experience reading slump when you have no interest or too lazy to pick up a book to read. To break it, choose the thinnest book near you; hence this is my pick. The Art of Letting God by Ustaz @miziwahid . Such a great book and uplifting, of course. The most relatable or well-spoken to me is when Ustaz preached on The Tendency to Leave Out God. Have you ever experienced the time when you are not interested in praying or putting God in your daily routines? Well I have. You are sur Any readers may experience reading slump when you have no interest or too lazy to pick up a book to read. To break it, choose the thinnest book near you; hence this is my pick. The Art of Letting God by Ustaz @miziwahid . Such a great book and uplifting, of course. The most relatable or well-spoken to me is when Ustaz preached on The Tendency to Leave Out God. Have you ever experienced the time when you are not interested in praying or putting God in your daily routines? Well I have. You are surrendering everything without trying your heart out. Effortlessly. Or have you been in a situation when you perform prayers just for the sake of performing? Just for the sake of presenting yourself, thinking that, "Oh, at least I am present physically." Those prayers felt empty. Or when the time when everything feels so easy and so routine, you don't consider involving God because you think you know better or you think that it is your job to get this thing done, to have it completed. But you are entirely wrong. You want to play the role as God but you have limited power. In the end, you burn yourself out and you end up being disappointed of your own expectations. Note to self too: I know you've tried your best to manage everything but accept that some parts of our lives just won't turn out like we expected to be. There are some things in our lives were untouchable to us, but not to Allah. You've done you part and let Allah decide and manage the rest. While waiting for that, put your highest trust in Allah. One prayer at a time.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hanis

    4.5/5 stars.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tasnim

    everything hits me right in the chest

  10. 4 out of 5

    Izzati Aisyah

    Let go, let God, and surrender all your broken pieces to Him, one prayer at a time.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nis Kr

    I cant really express how much I enjoyed and loved every bit of the book 😭👌

  12. 5 out of 5

    NUR AINA

    The Art of Letting God by Mizi Wahid Having constant peace and tranquility in life is one of the biggest blessings one could possibly have.  This book re-defined the concept and mechanism of effort and Tawakkul. It gives new insight on the meaning of surrendering and relying on God – the truth that we are powerless creature and yet we are still given the power to choose what to do in our life.  It elaborates on how to deal with heartbreaks and frustrations – and how to believe in God. It sets out The Art of Letting God by Mizi Wahid Having constant peace and tranquility in life is one of the biggest blessings one could possibly have.  This book re-defined the concept and mechanism of effort and Tawakkul. It gives new insight on the meaning of surrendering and relying on God – the truth that we are powerless creature and yet we are still given the power to choose what to do in our life.  It elaborates on how to deal with heartbreaks and frustrations – and how to believe in God. It sets out a guide on how to have a positive outlook in life. The book touches on the concept of letting go(d) in general but it speaks to me as if the author tailored every word and sentence specifically for my personal stories and experiences.  From the word choice, the crystal-clear examples and the simple explanations, it is highly relatable. The book allows us to see things with our very own perspective while opening up a door for us to see things from different angle; not necessarily from the perspective of others’ but in a new way or in a way that we already knew we had but forgot to optimise  as a useful tool to attain peace in life. It is also a book of hope and motivation. There is a bunch of beautiful sentences worth quoting but here is the one that resonates with me the most, the mistakes-machine (read: sinner): “Remember, God is always more prepared to forgive you than you are to forgive yourself.” Dan dengan itu, moga buku ini menjadi salah satu asbab kita dapat merasai ketenangan dan semakin dekat dengan cinta Tuhan. Aina Yusri, 01.08.2019

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mahirah Jazlan

    It was like a book written specific for me; very meaningful, emotional, inspiring and almost relatable in every aspect. That's how special I felt about this book. This book title really reflects on the content; HOW to let go and let God in the right way. Recommended to buy It was like a book written specific for me; very meaningful, emotional, inspiring and almost relatable in every aspect. That's how special I felt about this book. This book title really reflects on the content; HOW to let go and let God in the right way. Recommended to buy

  14. 5 out of 5

    Maisarah

    I would definitely will be re reading again in future time of difficulty, such a breather and easy to apply to life.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Fatini Zulkifli

    Lovely content, lovely cover, lovely language. But, I hope the price could be cheaper so that the less fortunate (such as students) could afford it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amirah Jamilin

    I am always in love with a book where it sums up the religious and self help genre. I am inspired. What a lovely content.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ieza

    a book that can soothe your heart..

  18. 5 out of 5

    Iween

    To Let God. Mizi Wahid’s The Art of Letting God challenges the notion of “letting go” that we all know to mean that when we let go, we release from the burden of our mind the things that we cannot control or change and we learn to accept them in moving forward. He expands this definition to include what it means to then, as believers, surrender and lean on Allah in the process of letting go. The book centres on this expanded concept, with chapters that touches on the many aspects that concerns w To Let God. Mizi Wahid’s The Art of Letting God challenges the notion of “letting go” that we all know to mean that when we let go, we release from the burden of our mind the things that we cannot control or change and we learn to accept them in moving forward. He expands this definition to include what it means to then, as believers, surrender and lean on Allah in the process of letting go. The book centres on this expanded concept, with chapters that touches on the many aspects that concerns what it means to let go and let God — in our relationships, in the hopes and expectations that we hold, in the intentions behind the things we engage in and more. To Ask Ourselves. What I appreciate the most about The Art of Letting God is the questions that are posed throughout the chapters for readers to ask themselves and reflect upon - questions like “where is your heart today?” in reflecting on our state of mind and what of the things that we are holding on to that can be surrendered to Allah in our daily affairs, and “why do I share my knowledge with others?” in reflecting on what it means to set / reset our intentions when we start to think of what other people might think of us, knowing that their perceptions are outside of our control. It is these questions that, in their simple offering, have made the most impact in my reading: allowing for deeper contemplation and for me to better relate to the text. To Reflect. It is a simple read, though I had, in my reading experience, intentionally taken it slowly and read only a chapter at a time over the span of a few weeks. It certainly opens up a dialogue for more in depth conversations on what it means to leave to Allah our affairs after we have put in our efforts. I appreciate the insights shared and the relatable ways that they are presented, but I am mostly grateful for having been opened up to many chances to reflect on my own while reading through.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jannah

    Written with a non-confrontational tone. Sangat lembut, non-judgemental, acknowledge the hurt & difficulties & the “bad” side tapi always, slowly, tactfully reminds us back to forgiveness, mercy and to God. Idk it sounds preachy the way i write this review. But it really is not. 100% would recommend

  20. 4 out of 5

    Faiz Azizan

    Awesome book. Easy to read and bring (light eventho its hardcover and not too thick and have a lot of spacing). It’s a book that even i didnt know i would need it. So refreshing and it speaks to me as a young person (considering Ustaz Mizi is a young ustaz too). Beautiful writing and every page is filled with good advices and narratives.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lina Khairunisa

    Alhamdulillah I have finished this book and I am feeling at ease. I took time reading this because it is so calming, I read it whenever I need it. It is just perfect that I finished it right before Ramadhan. 🥰

  22. 4 out of 5

    Misye

    wow, this book really really good, i'd recommend it with my friends wow, this book really really good, i'd recommend it with my friends

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nisa

    I really enjoyed reading this book. It feels like a motivational book - one that you should grab when you hit your lows. An amazing read and I strongly recommend this book to everyone!

  24. 5 out of 5

    SITI YUHANIS

    Can never stop reading this book. It helps me snap out from my setbacks pretty much alot and in terms of healing myself, I’ve found what I’m looking for.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Zu Y

    Spiritual healing n motivation. Great book

  26. 5 out of 5

    Syikinyunus

    My rating: 4.5 stars A beautiful book for everyone; but especially for those who are struggling through life's major challenges. Have you ever wondered what went wrong? Did you make the wrong choices in your life? Why didn't things go the way that you have planned? What happened to the person you have loved that now makes him/her almost "unbearable" to you? Why are you not in peace now that you have make that decision to cut that "toxic person" from your life? or even more common; the question "Why My rating: 4.5 stars A beautiful book for everyone; but especially for those who are struggling through life's major challenges. Have you ever wondered what went wrong? Did you make the wrong choices in your life? Why didn't things go the way that you have planned? What happened to the person you have loved that now makes him/her almost "unbearable" to you? Why are you not in peace now that you have make that decision to cut that "toxic person" from your life? or even more common; the question "Why me?" every time things hit rock-bottom Sometimes the answers to all above are right there in front of your eyes; or you know it deep in your heart - but for most of us, sometimes it takes someone to spell it out for you. Here comes the book that can "help" to spell it out for you; in a laidback soothing calm manner. Mizi Wahid brought us on a journey of "letting go" or better yet; "letting God". In this book; he addressed the meaning behind our struggles & how can we achieve serenity or peace while dealing with our struggles. Struggles are designs of God in making humans achieve greater things for themselves (this is IF we strengthen our beliefs that all are in His plans). In a sub-topic The Best is Yet to Come; "the reason you woke up this morning was because God wasn't finished with you yet... ...Each day, you're one step closer to living your best day yet. Seize every opportunity. The timing is right, and the conditions are in order. Something amazing is about to happen in your life.. Every day that you wake up in the morning; it’s a sign - the best is yet to come.” On dealing with broken relationships or human-human connections; He emphasised on how our expectations on the person gives weight on how the relationship will fare through. Not denying that there are certain responsibilities to be fulfilled in any relationship; but expectations also will shift the perspective of us onto that person. Mizi Wahid also wrote that we need to realise that a) we can Never truly change people as true guidance or Hidayah comes from God b) Change is possible but not everybody necessarily wants to change c) we need to release what we can’t change (in certain relationships/connections) The book also gives insight of how things that have gone wrong in our lives are usually markers of greater or better things to happen in our lives - the key lies in the trust that we have in God’s plans and to keep negativity at bay. The writing has a “personal touch” which makes the connection between the reader and the book easier to be forged, alternating key points with real-life accounts or stories from the author’s experiences working as a spiritual coach & public speaker. One key message that touched me was on Forgiveness & Forgiving ourselves: The challenge when someone has wronged you is to forgive completely; and yet as long as forgiveness is not complete - you will not be able to move on. This also goes for forgiving yourself over things that you have done that you are not proud of. ‘Forgiveness doesn’t mean that you agree with the other person. It doesn’t necessarily mean that they are right either. It simply means that we have too many things in front of us, to allow the things that are behind us to hold us back’ Simply said; I love this book and recommends it highly to anyone who needs a “stretching hand” in times of need or just to simply read this for the sake of adding mindfulness in your life. Some of you may say; oh well just another self-motivation book. I have had my share of reading self-motivation books; and yes I concur not all can be helpful. Some are just words being strung together; some are totally out with major ideas that can’t even be put into action by us simple people who wants simple things in life (Marie Kondo; am looking at you haha - ok joking joking).. But this book - I do feel that it is written sincerely with simple guidance that can be applied in our life. Do have a try on it. I finished reading it under 2 hours; you can read a few chapters easily in 30 minutes. This is a book that I look forward to read again & again. My only grouse is that I do feel that the arrangement of the topics or chapters had 2-3 topics preceding some that could have been introduced earlier in the book; hence lending it a slightly “jumpy” feeling (if you are the type that may pay particular attention on how you want to go through the contents of a non-fiction book). Ending this; I love this part in this book: ‘True surrendering requires us to overcome the urge to do everything on our own. Don’t get me wrong. Effort is necessary. In fact, I love what the late Imam As-Sya’rawi said in this regard: “Al-jawaarihu tamal (the external body parts work), Wal- quloonu tatawakkal (while the hearts surrender)” That’s so beautifully put. And that is the essence and meaning of Letting God.’

  27. 5 out of 5

    Fatihah Nordin

    I bought this book with a high expectations based on many good reviews by other readers. Its relatable synopsis is an added value, made me decide to add this book into my collections 😊 -- And Ustaz Mizi's writings doesn't disappoint me. He slowly revealed Allah's Mercy and Love towards His servants. After each chapter, there would be questions that pop up in my mind, and amazingly (with Allah's will), the answers I'm searching for would be in the next chapters 😭 How engaging and relatable this boo I bought this book with a high expectations based on many good reviews by other readers. Its relatable synopsis is an added value, made me decide to add this book into my collections 😊 -- And Ustaz Mizi's writings doesn't disappoint me. He slowly revealed Allah's Mercy and Love towards His servants. After each chapter, there would be questions that pop up in my mind, and amazingly (with Allah's will), the answers I'm searching for would be in the next chapters 😭 How engaging and relatable this book has been to myself ❤ -- In the first few chapters, it's hard to feel related to its contents, as I thought those situations mentioned didn't apply to me. But this chapter 11 hits me hard. I was always contemplating whether to continue my study in current field or to switch to other education path. That's my biggest dilemma. I was so scared to let go of my current study field, fears to starting all over again. After reading this chapter, I must say it gives me the courage to decide what's best for me, alhamdulillah, with full trust in His plans. -- My favourite chapter is chapter 17. Nat's story feels close to my heart as I always had a hard time to forgive - others and most frequently, to forgive myself. "Everything in your life needs space. In order for new blessings to arrive, old baggages need to make way." And Ustaz Mizi's advices or reminders to always make ourself available in service to others, opened my eyes on my true purpose in this life. Ma shaa Allah 😭 -- A 'must read' self-help book for those who had a hard time to surrender your affairs and problems to Allah swt, holding grudge or hard feeling towards other person who treats us badly, those who find it difficult to forgive others, and yourself ❤ -- I hope there will be another book of TAOLG (Part 2 maybe hehe), more on the application of the wise principles mentioned in this book. In shaa Allah 😊 Overall: 4.3/5 🌟

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hazirah Mohd Rafidi

    The Art of Letting God Actual review: 4.7 What I don't like about this book? I prefer if the writer use Arabic names when he mentioned our prophets instead of English name. (This is the only thing I struggling because I'm not familiar with it) What I most love about this book? It's soft, smooth persuasion phrases. It's like a father trying to give advise and persuade his children about wisdom of life. Unlike some preachers, Mizi Wahid approach is more to positive encouragement. Sometimes, when we'r The Art of Letting God Actual review: 4.7 What I don't like about this book? I prefer if the writer use Arabic names when he mentioned our prophets instead of English name. (This is the only thing I struggling because I'm not familiar with it) What I most love about this book? It's soft, smooth persuasion phrases. It's like a father trying to give advise and persuade his children about wisdom of life. Unlike some preachers, Mizi Wahid approach is more to positive encouragement. Sometimes, when we're feeling down, all we wanted is always positive words and encouragement. Most of the contents of the book is about submitting all your live affairs to Allah, the Ar-rahman and Ar-rahim. His power and knowledge is beyond the universe. None of us or creatures would know. Everything happens, as the writer said, is for us not against us. Put the trust in Allah, try your best, remain hopeful, forgive, give love instead of hatred, do your best even if it is hard and you struggling just know Allah knows it all. Sometimes it's hard for us to remain positive. Our iman up and down like a roller coaster. We are human after all full of weaknesses. But it is our duty to get out from the sadness that consumes us and find happiness. When you're feeling down, this is good book to read and find encouragement. I would like to appoint a phrase I found inspired in this book. It says; " When you have expectations, you expect that things (and people) turn out the way you envisioned them to be, nothing less. However, when you choose hope, you pray and wish for the best, but even if things don't go your way, you'll be fine." That's the beauty of letting God.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Iffira Ruslan

    This is actually the hardest book for me to finish. I completed reading this book after a second attempt. It’s an easy and light book but why is it so hard? Everything the author wrote slapped me hard on face. I would never expecting this book would left me this way the moment I bought it. Honestly I bought it because the cover was literally sleek beautiful with gold wordings, it caught my attention. A blind buy. I agreed with a review that said the contents are bit inconsistent and jumpy. Nonet This is actually the hardest book for me to finish. I completed reading this book after a second attempt. It’s an easy and light book but why is it so hard? Everything the author wrote slapped me hard on face. I would never expecting this book would left me this way the moment I bought it. Honestly I bought it because the cover was literally sleek beautiful with gold wordings, it caught my attention. A blind buy. I agreed with a review that said the contents are bit inconsistent and jumpy. Nonetheless, the good points are still well delivered. This easy and light book frequently hold me to stop and thinking on each paragraphs, trying to implies the points with my current situation and the way I looked at some perspectives priorly. I caught myself agreed at most of the points and even agreed that sometimes we fall into that group of people who forgot that every unfortunate events are actually a blessing we never expecting. “God denies is actually God protection” I’d like to summarise the understanding on how God’s timing works with the 6 words above. It’s literally calmed my chaos inner voices that wondering why things doesn’t working out for me yet in my career or the overwhelming feeling of an unfair past relationship. For this, I just had the biggest slap on my head. I never rate a book with 5 but for the first time I’d like to give this book 5 ⭐️. I’m pretty sure I’m gonna reread this book over and over again so 5 ⭐️ would be an excuse for me. Congrats Mizi Wahid for this beautiful calming work. ✨

  30. 4 out of 5

    Aida Kasim

    The Art of Letting God is one of the 3-book collection by Mizi Wahid, who is the founder of Safinah Institute (Islamic educational institution based in Singapore), a member of local Fatwa committee and an official marriage solemnizer appointed by the State in which all of these I recently know after I read his book. I started to know his name through social media and my first impression of him is that he is a good spiritual coach which most of his posts are inspiring, and also through my friends The Art of Letting God is one of the 3-book collection by Mizi Wahid, who is the founder of Safinah Institute (Islamic educational institution based in Singapore), a member of local Fatwa committee and an official marriage solemnizer appointed by the State in which all of these I recently know after I read his book. I started to know his name through social media and my first impression of him is that he is a good spiritual coach which most of his posts are inspiring, and also through my friends' recommendation who had read his books. The author writes in a narrative style and uses simple words to express his ideas. This actually makes it easier for the reader to understand the content but personally, some of the word choice by the author got me confused, but the book as a whole is a fine book with solid references to Quran and hadith. This book mainly talks about surrendering to Him. When it feels like your life is too complicated, and it seems that everything is against you and giving up is the only option you got, this book lets you see from a different perspective. In fact, what does giving up even means? Personally, some takeaways from this book are that I learned to place my heart in the right place, to seek more knowledge on the art of surrendering to Him, and to practice it in my life.

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