Indeed. It is up to us to think and to find what the reason is.
I was reading one of the post when it arrived to this quote,
In other words, ‘to quack like a duck”. Well, you know duck? They quacking and making weird, loud sounds, but then, there is nothing.
How would you know that there is nothing? Everything happens for a reason. Every single thing!
I went on searching and found this:
Vocalization: Contrary to popular belief, very few ducks have “quack” calls, and their range of vocalizations includes whistles and growls. Whereas in most types of birds the males are more vocal, with ducks it is the female who makes the most noise, though males are equally vocal during the breeding season.
.. and this:
The well-known quack sound of ducks belongs to the female Mallard duck, and can be heard from miles away. The quack, also known as the “decrescendo call” or “hail call,” is used to contact other ducks, particularly when a mother calls her young. In addition to the quacking, Mallards use many other calls to communicate among their kind. Besides quacking, ducks make a wide range of vocalizations that include whistles, coos, grunts and yodels, which vary from soft to very loud calls.See, everything happens for a reason. The reason ducks quack mostly to communicate with another.
Allah absolutely did not created something in vain, dear. In Al-Imran, ayat 191:
Those who remember Allah standing and sitting and lying on their sides and reflect on the creation of the heavens and the earth: Our Lord! Thou hast not created this in vain! Glory be to Thee; save us then from the chastisement of the fire:
Also, there must be a reasons why my mum’s flight is delaying right now. She was supposed to arrived at noon today, but has to postponed it to midnight.
p.s: If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, it must be a duck.
p.s.s: While it is still about duck, here is a story I found that has similar as the duck proverb.
If It Walks Like A Duck And Tastes Like A Duck
I’ve ordered a chocolate shake, but when I receive it, it’s clearly vanilla. I don’t much like vanilla, so I take it back to the counter.)
Me: “Hi, I wanted chocolate? I think this is vanilla.”
Cashier: “Oh, it actually is chocolate; it just looks and tastes like vanilla.”
(I didn’t really know what to say to that!)