My God! My Master! You have run a law upon me but instead I obeyed the desires of my own self

In Dua’ Kumayl:
(My God! My Master! You have run a law upon me but instead I obeyed the desires of my own self. And I did not guard myself against the allurements of my enemy, he deceived me with that which I desire, and fate helped him in that respect. Thus I transgressed some of Your limits, and I disobeyed some of Your commands.You have therefore a (just) cause/proof against me in all those matters and I have no plea against Your judgement which You passed against me. I have therefore become (justifiably) liable to Your judgement and afflictions. But now I have turned towards You, my Lord, after being guilty of shortcoming against myself and wasting my self, apologetically, repentantly, broken heartedly, entreating earnestly for forgiveness, yieldingly confessing (to my guilt) as I can find no escape from that which was done by me and having no refuge to which I could turn except seeking Your acceptance of my excuse and admitting me into the vastness of Your capacious Mercy)

Dua and depending upon Allah

Dua (supplication) and depending upon Allah does not mean to leave working by what is possible.
The human makes dua to Allah that He facilitates his matter and in the same time he works to arrive to his objective and awaits help from Allah Subhana. And whoever awaits aid of Allah with honest intention and sincerity to Allah Subhana, he will surely find Divine help and aid present in front of him

O Allah I beseech You in the name of Your name before which everything kneels down

“Say, “What would my Lord care for you if not for your supplication?” The Quran 25:77.
O Allah I beseech You, in the name of Your name before which everything kneels down
By Your Mercy that encompasses everything
By Your Greatness that humbles everything
By Your Power which subdues everything,
By Your Control which dominates everything,
By Your Omnipotence which overreaches and possesses everything,
By Your knowledge which knows everything,
O Light, O Holy,

Supplication vs Satisfaction with Fate

There is confusion about how to reconcile between the divine command to be satisfied with fate, and the divine command to pray and supplicate to God Almighty and ask him for even the smallest of things.

In other words, doesn’t the command to be satisfied with fate contradict the command to supplicate? And how can we apply both commands?