We say “Allahu akbar” when we pray. God is greater. Greater than what?...– Yasmina Mogahed (via heartofamuslim)
thebritishmuslimah: Allâhumma lâ sahla illâ mâ ja‘altahu sahlâ wa anta taj‘alu al-hazana idhâ shi’ta sahlâ. Oh Allah! Nothing is easy except what You have made easy. If You wish, You can make the difficult easy.
Your parents are the best people to stand next to, the best people to lean on,...– RealUsamah twitter (via sweetstothesweet)
The greatest respect you can have for those who taught you is to put to practice...– (via myinspirationalblog)
An ignorant person is simply an enemy to himself.– Syrian Proverb (via warriorsrise)
When you stop searching for a prince and make...
It's those moments when your forehead touches the...
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Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself: I, not events, have the power...– Groucho Marx (via thefreenomad) Forever reblog (via heartofamuslim)
Try to pass your mornings and evenings in a state where your heart is free from...– Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
You must love in such a way that the person you love feels free.– Thich Nhat Hanh (via elige)
I am an adult. But I am still that child that You’re raising. A million times I...– Yasmin Mogahed (via heartofabeliever)
“Sometimes Allah takes in order to give, but it’s crucial to understand that His giving is not always in the form we think we want. He knows best what is best. Allah says: “… But it is possible that you dislike a thing which is good for you, and that you love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knows, and you know not.” (Quran 2:216)”
The more needy you are of people, the more they escape you, but the more needy...– Yasmin Mogahed (via ribbon-hood)
So often it hurts us that we are not able to focus in our prayers. Remember, the...– Yasmin Mogahed (via wordsofsolace2)
Take care of your heart. If it dies, where will you meet Him?– Yasmin Mogahed (via heartofabeliever)
Allah adalah sebaik-baik pengatur. Hikmah pasti ada di hujung lorong ujian....– (via diampuasamasjid)
Life Upon The Minhaj Of The Salaf: "Good Luck" →
hakuna-mataataa: Question: Is it okay to say good luck? Answer: “I would advise you not to say “good luck” and the idea of luck is not really considered to beal-fa’al but rather luck is what people believe in when they don’t believe in blessings from Allaah ta aa’la. They have…
Wahai Muslimah, jangan kamu pandang rendah pada Muslimah lain yang baru bermula...– (via pencintasyahid)
I want you to remember me. If you remember me, then I don’t care if everybody...– Haruki Murakami (via arabarabarab)
From the Wise Sayings of Luqman
“If you’re in prayer, take care of your heart; If you’re eating, take care of your throat; If you’re in another man’s house, take care of your eyes; If you are among people, take care of your tongue. Remember two matters and forget two matters: Remember Allah (SWT) and death; Forget any good that you have done to another and any evil that was done to you by another.”