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God created trials, so He could test you with your truth. You are born free, but you must learn to be suffering-free. 37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss: A Believer’s Journey from Trial to Triumph is my own true story of remembering, realizing and reaffirming this basic human truth. Drenched in pain, I had limped so far on the Road of Loss that I had lost my way back home. God created trials, so He could test you with your truth. You are born free, but you must learn to be suffering-free. 37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss: A Believer’s Journey from Trial to Triumph is my own true story of remembering, realizing and reaffirming this basic human truth. Drenched in pain, I had limped so far on the Road of Loss that I had lost my way back home. With bleak hope left on my trail, I finally approached the point of no return, awaiting to be consumed by my lingering darkness. However, upon setting my last step on the fall’s edge, I was thundered by yet another torment—my biggest trial to date, of losing my mother, the center of my universe. Finding myself trapped in the most turbulent flight for the next twenty-four hours, I was taxed by a tremendous choice, not between action and non-action, or belief and unbelief, but rather between choice and none at all. Would I resist or submit to my tribulation? To replace loss, God birthed gain. The expedition from loss to gain is the journey of every human, a chosen one, to be free. The path that exists in between needs to be traversed, not by choice but by surrendering choice to it. Can trauma change to bliss? Can trial turn into triumph? There is only one way to find out. In this book I, Huma Zuellah Ahmed, retrace my own path attempting to traverse the road from the wilderness of loss back to the safe haven of home. Alternatively put, this is a personal transformation book about a girl's journey of losing her mother to cancer and how to not just cope but gain from loss. My story—a tribute—will resonate with every human being reaching for that Universal Shade that is waiting to wrap them in its transformational truth and turn their tragedy into treasure.


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God created trials, so He could test you with your truth. You are born free, but you must learn to be suffering-free. 37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss: A Believer’s Journey from Trial to Triumph is my own true story of remembering, realizing and reaffirming this basic human truth. Drenched in pain, I had limped so far on the Road of Loss that I had lost my way back home. God created trials, so He could test you with your truth. You are born free, but you must learn to be suffering-free. 37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss: A Believer’s Journey from Trial to Triumph is my own true story of remembering, realizing and reaffirming this basic human truth. Drenched in pain, I had limped so far on the Road of Loss that I had lost my way back home. With bleak hope left on my trail, I finally approached the point of no return, awaiting to be consumed by my lingering darkness. However, upon setting my last step on the fall’s edge, I was thundered by yet another torment—my biggest trial to date, of losing my mother, the center of my universe. Finding myself trapped in the most turbulent flight for the next twenty-four hours, I was taxed by a tremendous choice, not between action and non-action, or belief and unbelief, but rather between choice and none at all. Would I resist or submit to my tribulation? To replace loss, God birthed gain. The expedition from loss to gain is the journey of every human, a chosen one, to be free. The path that exists in between needs to be traversed, not by choice but by surrendering choice to it. Can trauma change to bliss? Can trial turn into triumph? There is only one way to find out. In this book I, Huma Zuellah Ahmed, retrace my own path attempting to traverse the road from the wilderness of loss back to the safe haven of home. Alternatively put, this is a personal transformation book about a girl's journey of losing her mother to cancer and how to not just cope but gain from loss. My story—a tribute—will resonate with every human being reaching for that Universal Shade that is waiting to wrap them in its transformational truth and turn their tragedy into treasure.

26 review for 37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss: A Believer’s Journey from Trial to Triumph

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tanzeela kulsoom Hassan

    Interesting Book! Really helpful for calming myself down and reminding things I have forgotten. Light and wonderful read. I don't read self help books much but this one kept me going. Especially, the style and the language both gave me a feeling of ease and comfort. Interesting Book! Really helpful for calming myself down and reminding things I have forgotten. Light and wonderful read. I don't read self help books much but this one kept me going. Especially, the style and the language both gave me a feeling of ease and comfort.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Narmeen Mohamed

    This book takes us on a journey each one has gone through in some form. Whether the loss be smaller or bigger we go through the same thoughts and process. But many times we really have no idea how to come out of it and dig ourselves deeper into desolation. There were so many OMG moments. Hopefully going on the author's journey of self recovery will give us a lifeline to understand that it's possible to gain from what we lose. A loss is only a loss as long as we let it be! This book takes us on a journey each one has gone through in some form. Whether the loss be smaller or bigger we go through the same thoughts and process. But many times we really have no idea how to come out of it and dig ourselves deeper into desolation. There were so many OMG moments. Hopefully going on the author's journey of self recovery will give us a lifeline to understand that it's possible to gain from what we lose. A loss is only a loss as long as we let it be!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Reader Views

    Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (8/18) “37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss” by Huma Zuellah Ahmed is a book about personal transformation. It is also the author’s journey from trial and loss to living triumphant and free from the pain that held her back. Using her personal experiences, Ahmed takes the reader through her most devasting trial, the illness and subsequent passing of her mother, and explains the steps she took to find her way to freedom. “37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss” Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (8/18) “37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss” by Huma Zuellah Ahmed is a book about personal transformation. It is also the author’s journey from trial and loss to living triumphant and free from the pain that held her back. Using her personal experiences, Ahmed takes the reader through her most devasting trial, the illness and subsequent passing of her mother, and explains the steps she took to find her way to freedom. “37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss” is unique in that it is part self-help, part spiritual and part memoir. As the author takes the reader through the journey of her mother’s illness, it reads like memoir passages, and at the end of these passages Ahmed lists her lesson and the steps to take to achieve the goal of the lesson, incorporating many self-help and spiritual concepts. There is a lot of information in this book, so it’s not one to read through quickly. I found myself taking notes all along the way, noting the pages and topics I wanted to go back to and revisit in greater detail. 37 different lessons may seem daunting at first, but a lot of the steps blend together in a quite natural procession and some are lessons you may have experienced yourself throughout your own journey. I was comforted to read passages that felt familiar, as if the author knew of my particular struggles. In fact, the author, who describes herself as a human being, Muslim and Spiritual Self-Discovery and Mindset Coach and Trainer, has a wealth of experience to share that many readers will connect with and feel a “part of” on so many levels. Much of the writing resonated with me. The entire book is laced with wisdom such as those following. Mindfulness is one of the strong themes I identified with most. I’ll list but a few for the purposes of this review. “Becoming self-aware is the first step to conscious living.” (pg. 30) “Nothing has the power to hold you in the state of pain except your own self.” (pg. 38) “Your energy is where your thoughts are.” (pg. 67) “Objects that are sometimes given far more importance than they deserve.” (pg. 133) The author’s journey was driven by her deep spiritual beliefs and that is included in the text as well. She often quotes the Quran as that is what fuels her passions. Without getting into my own beliefs too heavily, I found the messages inspiring and not so different from what I grew up learning. I highly recommend “37 Lessons on How to Gain from Loss” by Huma Zuellah Ahmed. An open mind and a willingness to do some work, as the author suggests in the beginning of the book, are all that is needed to start your own journey towards freedom from pain.

  4. 5 out of 5

    S.L.

    There is a lot of information in this book, so it’s not one to read through quickly. I found myself taking notes all along the way, noting the pages and topics I wanted to go back to and revisit in greater detail. 37 different lessons may seem daunting at first, but a lot of the steps blend together in a quite natural procession and some are lessons you may have experienced yourself throughout your own journey. I was comforted to read passages that felt familiar, as if the author knew of my part There is a lot of information in this book, so it’s not one to read through quickly. I found myself taking notes all along the way, noting the pages and topics I wanted to go back to and revisit in greater detail. 37 different lessons may seem daunting at first, but a lot of the steps blend together in a quite natural procession and some are lessons you may have experienced yourself throughout your own journey. I was comforted to read passages that felt familiar, as if the author knew of my particular struggles. See my full review on the Reader Views Goodreads page or on www.readerviews.com.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sheima Sumer

    “37 Lessons” is one of the most inspirational books I have read in my life. It’s a hopeful book on dealing with any kind of loss. Huma lost her mother to cancer in 2015 and turned her loss into a masterpiece. This book is enjoyable to read and gives you practical advice for inner peace. It contains beautiful Quranic reminders. It is poetic and personal.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shabana

    In a nut shell this book is filled with emotions with its ups and down.  Well versed the writer takes the audience through her journey and  makes you understand the equation of Life= Have+ Have not- through Gratitude. It does ensure every one has an ability to live a happy life a good read to enlighten your grey shades of life.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Fahad Sarwani

    Dealing with trials and loss in life can be an extremely challenging endeavor for most people. Huma’s book beautifully takes you on a journey of awakening by raising your awareness level to help you deal with the ups and downs of life with resilience and patience.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dina Zebib

    A fantastic read that helped me in my transformational journey. I highly recommend it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Bushra

    I can summarize your unique book in 3 words; Awakening. Astonishing. Value-adding. It could help me in my transformational journey.The best line was #Depend upon the Independent(Allah).

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mounia Ben

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ahmad Butt

  12. 4 out of 5

    Omar Bagasra

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rabail Usman

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sara Noor

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina Todd

  16. 4 out of 5

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  17. 5 out of 5

    Leanna

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kiran Parveen

  19. 5 out of 5

    Susan Leslierandal

  20. 4 out of 5

    Andreah M.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Saffiah Haq

  22. 5 out of 5

    Abu-Isa Webb

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kean Lee

  24. 5 out of 5

    Peter Karlen

  25. 4 out of 5

    Imtiyaz

  26. 5 out of 5

    Aliah Ramsey

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