I visit my local mosque 2 days per week alhamduillah. Now this mosque has been majority built by the funds of local residents. So its a very basic and slow progressing mosque. Inside its a shell really no tiles just raw cemented floors. Its very basic and simple mashallah yet it thrives with classes and worshipers mashaAllah. when i arrive on mondays the volunteers are there before me and they are cleaning and mopping the areas after the weekend. Often there is a cloud of cement dust that is lingering in the air upon arrival i see most women coughing but noone complains , they just sit down and get on with the class while i sit there feeling this is not healthy, this is not right , such old women and young with conditions of asmaha and algeries should not have to be subjected to this. Often the floor is cold and i myself suffer with back pain from sitting on it for long pierods , than i look at my fellow students elderly women, who have much poorer health than me but they never complain. Subhan Allah when i think back to the air conditioned mosques of the UK , carpeted , central heated, chairs avalible masha Allah. Made me think do we really utilize oppurtunities when thet arise properly, like most we take it for granted , when i could have learnt i didn't now when i want to learn the environment is bad for my health.
what am i trying to say ? cease the oppurtunity?