So patience is most fitting - فَصَبْرٌ جَمِيلٌ
"So patience is most fitting" is a phrase from the Qur'an, specifically from Surah Yusuf (12:18). In the original Arabic, the phrase is "فَصَبْرٌ جَمِيلٌ", which is transliterated as "Fasabrun jamilun".
This phrase comes from the story of Prophet Joseph (Yusuf), who was betrayed by his brothers and thrown into a well. Later, he was sold into slavery in Egypt and was falsely accused of a crime he did not commit. Despite all of this, Joseph remained patient and steadfast in his faith in God.
The phrase "فَصَبْرٌ جَمِيلٌ" means "so patience is most fitting" and highlights the importance of patience in the face of adversity. It is a reminder that when faced with difficult situations, it is important to remain patient and trust in God's plan. The word "جَمِيلٌ" (jamilun) means "beautiful" or "excellent", indicating that patience is not just necessary but also admirable and praiseworthy.
This phrase is often quoted in Islamic teachings and is used as a reminder to remain patient and trust in God during times of hardship. It is a powerful message that can provide comfort and strength to those going through difficult times, reminding them that with patience and faith, they can overcome any challenge.