“He whoever listens to a caller is serving him. If the caller was Allah’s representative, he is then serving Allah. If the caller was the Shaitan’s representative, he is then serving the Shaitan.”—Imam Muhammad al-Taqi (ع) Tuhaf al-‘Uqoul p. 536 (via shiaislam)
At some point you’ll stop caring about what every single person thinks of you, and you’ll start focusing on whether God is happy with you or not. And if their liking is against what God loves, then so be it.
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Jazakallahu khair, we appreciate the kind words :)
Being married forces you to fine tune those not-so-great-aspects of yourself and strive to be better. Love comes in here too; when you are in a loving relationship (and in love and loved); you have this amazing reservoir of energy within you that allows you to flourish and nurture.
It brings out the best in you and makes you strive to be better because someone cares and loves you; and vice versa. It is kind of like how we instinctively react to another’s perception of us, when they think well of us and believe in us, we want to do even better; but when they disparage us we will get defensive. Is it any wonder that our beloved Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam said that marriage is half of faith?
These past few months have been a bit of a struggle. Unfortunately, I have to admit that I have not been the best of believers in these times. I know that it is a typical ‘teenage’ thing to do, to go online and share my sorrows. To let everyone know that I am a miserable person. But I don’t want to do that anymore. I don’t want to be the girl that complains that nobody understands. I don’t want to be the girl that people talk about because they know she’s going through a rough time. In fact, I don’t want to be like any other girl. I might not have gone through as much as other people, or lost what someone might consider as ‘a lot’of people. But I think He has let me live long enough for me to know why I’m here. We were all created for one purpose. If you still haven’t figured it out yet, insha Allah, you will one day. And when that day comes, you will know how blessed you are, masha Allah. You are not lucky, you are blessed. Think about all the bad things that’s happened, think about all those times where you thought you couldn’t make it. And look at where you are now. Masha Allah. Alhamdulillah. We were all made for one reason and one reason only. It is how we go about fulfilling that purpose that makes us all different people. How would you know your reason of being if you do not realize you are a being? How would you fulfill your purpose if you do not take the journey to fulfill your purpose? I understand now. Alhamdulillah. And because of that I can move forward. Insha Allah.
ََQun faya qun. (What has happened has happened)
حسبنا الله ونعم الوكىل (Allah is sufficient for us) 3:173
Assalamu Alaykum, I have a really important exam in mathematics tomorrow. I really need to pass, so please my brothers and sisters make dua for me.. I really need this, khayr In sha Allah for the ones that make dua for me! May Allah reward you in sha Allah <3
“Stop worrying about how to start or where to start. Instead, just start. There is no such thing as perfect timing, because everything in life, be it seemingly good or bad, only happens when and how it’s meant to and is best for you. What you can do is simply start, and never give up or look back. Life has its way of making you by breaking you, and it is THAT, by the Mercy of God, that creates the unique version of perfection that is you.”—Nadir Keval (via nadirkeval)
In the Quran and Arabic human kind is referred to as Insan, which is debated to come from either of two Arabic roots, “nesa” which means forgetful or “Uns” which means love. Human beings are distinguished in both of these characteristics. One being the inability to remember what is truly…
“If a person prays from the bottom of their heart for the believing men and women while he doesn’t pray for himself, the angels instead will pray for him. If someone prays for himself, it is possible that due to not fulfilling the conditions of invocation or some other obstacle, his prayer may not be granted, but when angels pray, there are no obstacles or lack of attention and their prayers are surely heard.”—Ayatollah Bahjat (via yaseeneducation)
“May Allah grant me the patience to overcome the troubles that lie ahead of me. May He surround me with beautiful people, those whose words will encourage my language to be purified with nothing but praises of Him, only. May He distance me from those who take me away from Him.”—(via rabbrakha)