This week’s challenge is Fleeting.
Couple weeks ago I woke up early in the morning and grabbed my camera after Fajr prayer. I asked my brother in law, Angga, to go with me. We went to Pamulang Lake, close to his house, and found a man catching fishes with his net. I asked him about the man’s name, but he doesn’t know exactly. He just knows that he is called Ki Jongkok (squat). Before he throws his net, he always in a squat position. Since he was quite far from the lake side, I used a tele lense (70-200 mm) to captured his fleeting action when throwing the net.
Talking about fleeting moment, actually this entire life is a fleeting moment, compare to the eternal life of after life. Before our time come, we should give the best to the world, according our believe, of course.
Quran surah Al Ashr (The Declining Day):
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
Except for those who have believed and done righteous deeds and advised each other to truth and advised each other to patience.
[ Allah ] will say, “How long did you remain on earth in number of years?”
They will say, “We remained a day or part of a day; ask those who enumerate.” (Fleeting moment, right?)