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waytoislam:

O you who have believed, fear Allah and speak words of appropriate justice.
(Quran, Surat Al-Ahzab, 33:70)

waytoislam:

O you who have believed, fear Allah and speak words of appropriate justice.

(Quran, Surat Al-Ahzab, 33:70)

— 1 month ago with 9 notes
in-the-footsteps-of-the-sahaabah:

Allaah has informed the believers, directed the believers and instructed the believers that the way to understand His religion is based upon the practice of the Prophet and his companions. This key principle is overlooked by many across the world, as a consequence the ummah falls into conflict and sectarianism. The Ummah is one body and it must remain that way - united (upon the correct creed) we stand firm and strong but divided we fall and grow weak. 
Hurry back to the correct methodology of understanding Islam, strive to cleanse your heart of illness towards your brother and sister…

in-the-footsteps-of-the-sahaabah:

Allaah has informed the believers, directed the believers and instructed the believers that the way to understand His religion is based upon the practice of the Prophet and his companions. This key principle is overlooked by many across the world, as a consequence the ummah falls into conflict and sectarianism. The Ummah is one body and it must remain that way - united (upon the correct creed) we stand firm and strong but divided we fall and grow weak.

Hurry back to the correct methodology of understanding Islam, strive to cleanse your heart of illness towards your brother and sister…

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plasmatics:

Bracing the Sun, on the top of Uetliberg | by Stanley Chen Xi

plasmatics:

Bracing the Sun, on the top of Uetliberg | by Stanley Chen Xi

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Daily Wisdom: Islamic Prayers & Supplications - Source

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A dua for the broken hearted

mindbodyrooh:

Allah, I ask that you protect my heart from becoming bitter, cold, and chronically disappointed. Replace my fears & hesitation with optimism &  hope that someday I will become whole again.

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ahmedwong:

No seriously what’s your excuse? #prayer #syria

ahmedwong:

No seriously what’s your excuse? #prayer #syria

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storiesofthesahabah:

Have you ever thought of how the Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum spent their Fajr mornings?Imâm Al-Awzâ’î RA once said:
"At the time of Fajr, or a while before it, the Salaf would be as if birds were sitting on their heads: (still ) concentrating on themselves [and their worship], so much so that even if one of their closest friends came to them after having been parted from them, they would not notice him. They would remain in this state until just before sunrise. Then, they would meet each other and sit in the circles. The first thing they would discuss is the matter of their afterlife and what would become of them in the hereafter. Then they would begin the circles of Quran and Fiqh study.” Subhan’Allaah look how they were spending the time worthy of praises and glorification of Allaah! Subhan’Allaah!Indeed, they are the companions of the Rasulullah Sallallahu ‘Alaihi wassalaam, such were their characters, such were their iman, such were men who were chosen by Allaah to be the companions of His Messenger both here in the dunya and in the akhirah, they were shining stars of this Ummah.They were bodies of iman so full of noor, that they upheld the commands of Allaah saying;[2] "So be patient over what they say and exalt [ Allah ] with praise of your Lord before the rising of the sun and before its setting; and during periods of the night [exalt Him] and at the ends of the day, that you may be satisfied."These are the people who we have to look up to, emulate and set as inspirations for us to become better Muslims and that we are able to save our souls and live our lives in proper obedience and guidance to and from Allaah. in sha Allaah.Don’t we feel so much shame after reading this? When some of us don’t even “try” to have the niyyah to wake up for Fajr? Look at these people, they spent so little less on sleeping, they kept awake praising and glorifying Allaah.This is not to make you depressed or disappoint you, these stories should rather make you inspired and eager to emulate their characteristics, when we love someone when we adore someone we desire so much to be with them, so if you love the sahabah, if you love Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wassalaam and of course if you love Allaah, then strive to become better, be obedient to Him, so that in the end, you can be with Him at the end of your journey. in sha Allaah.It’s never too late to repent and ask for His Forgiveness. Start now. in sha Allaah._____ and we pray that Allaah bestows upon us the love and fear for Him that we are able to sincerely abide to His commands and live our lives in proper obedience to Him. Amin.Zohayma_____ 
F.N.[1] Ibn ‘Asâkir, Târîkh Dimishq 35:184, 185.[2] Qur’an 20:130 

storiesofthesahabah:

Have you ever thought of how the Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum spent their Fajr mornings?

Imâm Al-Awzâ’î RA once said:

"At the time of Fajr, or a while before it, the Salaf would be as if birds were sitting on their heads: (still ) concentrating on themselves [and their worship], so much so that even if one of their closest friends came to them after having been parted from them, they would not notice him.

They would remain in this state until just before sunrise. Then, they would meet each other and sit in the circles.

The first thing they would discuss is the matter of their afterlife and what would become of them in the hereafter. Then they would begin the circles of Quran and Fiqh study.” 

Subhan’Allaah look how they were spending the time worthy of praises and glorification of Allaah! Subhan’Allaah!

Indeed, they are the companions of the Rasulullah Sallallahu ‘Alaihi wassalaam, such were their characters, such were their iman, such were men who were chosen by Allaah to be the companions of His Messenger both here in the dunya and in the akhirah, they were shining stars of this Ummah.

They were bodies of iman so full of noor, that they upheld the commands of Allaah saying;

[2] "So be patient over what they say and exalt [ Allah ] with praise of your Lord before the rising of the sun and before its setting; and during periods of the night [exalt Him] and at the ends of the day, that you may be satisfied."

These are the people who we have to look up to, emulate and set as inspirations for us to become better Muslims and that we are able to save our souls and live our lives in proper obedience and guidance to and from Allaah. in sha Allaah.

Don’t we feel so much shame after reading this? When some of us don’t even “try” to have the niyyah to wake up for Fajr? Look at these people, they spent so little less on sleeping, they kept awake praising and glorifying Allaah.

This is not to make you depressed or disappoint you, these stories should rather make you inspired and eager to emulate their characteristics, when we love someone when we adore someone we desire so much to be with them, so if you love the sahabah, if you love Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wassalaam and of course if you love Allaah, then strive to become better, be obedient to Him, so that in the end, you can be with Him at the end of your journey. in sha Allaah.

It’s never too late to repent and ask for His Forgiveness. Start now. in sha Allaah.
_____ 

and we pray that Allaah bestows upon us the love and fear for Him that we are able to sincerely abide to His commands and live our lives in proper obedience to Him.

Amin.

Zohayma

_____ 

F.N.

[1] Ibn ‘Asâkir, Târîkh Dimishq 35:184, 185.
[2] Qur’an 20:130 

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productivemuslim:

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productivemuslim:

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