"And for those who fear Allah, He always prepares a way out, and He provides for him from sources he never could imagine. And if anyone puts his trust in Allah, sufficient is Allah for him. For Allah will surely accomplish His purpose: verily, for all things has Allah appointed a due proportion."
Quran, 65: 2-3 (via sophiaofmaihan
ساکنان دریا بعد از مدتی صدای امواج دریا را نمی شنوند
چه تلخ است قصه ی عـــــــــــــادت
After a while, the residents of the sea do not hear the sound of the waves. How bitter it is, the story of routine.
"Stay close to those who are not afraid to be vulnerable, because they have confidence in themselves and know that, at some point in our lives, we all stumble; they do not interpret this as a sign of weakness, but of humanity. Avoid those who talk a great deal before acting, those who never take a step without being quite sure that it will bring them respect."
Paulo Coelho (via imaan-daar
(Source: surbeat, via imaan-daar)
"There are five stages in the growth of love: first is to think someone pleasant, that is, someone thinks of someone else as being nice or is charmed by their character. This is part of making friends. Then there is admiration; that is the desire to be near the person that one admires. Then there is close friendship when you miss the other one terribly when they are absent. Then there is amorous affection when you are completely obsessed with the loved one. In the special vocabulary of love this is called ‘ishq, “the slavery of love”. Finally, there is passion, when one can no longer sleep, eat or think. This can make you ill to the point of delirium or even death. Beyond this, there is absolutely no place where love ends."
, Morals and Right Conduct in the Healing of Souls.
(Source: theconsciousmuslim, via fruitfulpassion)
"When white colonizers and imperialists wreak havoc on our lands, resources and civilizations, its written as “human nature” and an innate weakness of “mankind”. That’s how the media always portrays it. Only white people are given this realm of being described as “mankind” when they terrorize “the other”. Their race is never scrutinized. When brown or black people do anything unsightly, its by the virtue of our skin and something wired in our societies. Our biology destined us to be that way. I keep my children away from western television for this exact reason. I don’t need this type of double-standarded, dehumanizing sub-par filth media infiltrating my home."
So my uncle in Eritrea tells me he disconnected the cable from his home, I ask him why and this is his response. (via maarnayeri
"Do not be ashamed to give little, for verily refusing to give anything at all is an act of greater shame."
Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as] (via antieverythingism
Whenever you are faced with the burden of a difficulty, lighten it by remembering three things:
1. That it is only temporary. Nothing in this life is forever. Neither your happiness nor your pain. It will soon come to pass.
2. That it has been predestined. Nothing you think you could or could not have done would have avoided it. It was meant to get to u. It is all part of a bigger & better plan for you.
3. Thirdly, seek comfort in the fact that if you bear this with acceptance and patience then you will be rewarded greatly for the suffering you are enduring.. Allahu Akbar!
When you are in sujood, your eyes see nothing. Your eyes face the ground to disconnect yourself from your worldly matters. You’re in sujood to detach yourself from material possessions. When you’re in sujood, you are reminded you are being connected to God and God only.
"Regret is a form of punishment itself."
Nouman Ali Khan (via imaan-daar
(Source: muslim-latina, via imaan-daar)
"Tomorrow, you promise yourself, will be different, yet, tomorrow is too often a repetition of today. And you disappoint yourself again and again"
James T. Mckay
(Source: stxxz.us, via pedusi)
Edhi holding one of the disabled children in his orphanage. Abdul Sattar Edhi has transformed the humanitarian landscape of Pakistan, running a charity organization with his wife which includes ambulances, orphanages and mental institutions.
Photography: Chris-Steele Perkins, 1997.
May Allah grant those who help the needy Jannatul Ferdaus. And may we be among them, as well, insha’Allah.