• Ayat Ayesh

Student Perspective: Ayat Ayesh's Senior Letter


As the school year comes to a close, Pleasant View School graduates share their thoughts and reflections.

Throughout my years at PVS, it didn’t hit me that I would be leaving so soon. I was living so much in the moment that time flew and before I knew it I was in my last year of high school, about to leave the school that I grew up in.

But Alhamdulilah, I’m so grateful for every moment good and bad that I spent at PVS. I’m so grateful for all the people I've met, for the teachers who taught me and most of all for the Islamic knowledge and ability to read Arabic.

I will truly miss everyone at PVS because they are all family to me. I'll miss hanging out with and talking with them. I love all my PVS brothers and sisters.

I want everyone to know that whatever you do in life do it for the sake of Allah because whenever you do things for His sake everything will be so much more easier for you. When you feel stuck, lost or alone, just remember that you’re not alone and Allah is always there for you.

The happiness you feel that is slipping away from you might be the disconnection you have in your relationship with Allah. I promise you that whenever you do things or stop something bad for Allah’s sake, it will make you feel so much happier. You will feel more calm and more at ease; it will make you regret less and be more happy in life. Inshallah.

I love you my PVS family and I will really miss spending my time with you all! Be strong, brave and happy and do everything for the sake of Allah!

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