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I’m a paradox. I want to be happy, but I think of things that make me sad. I’m lazy, yet I’m ambitious. I don’t like myself, but I also love who I am. I say I don’t care, but I really do. I crave attention, but reject it when it comes my way. I’m a conflicted contradiction. If I can’t figure myself out, there’s no way anyone else has.
Unknown (via darksideoftheshroom)

(Source: psych-facts, via t-r-e-a-s-u-r-e-d)

lionofallah:


Some good deeds that a person can do every day:
1 – Praying in congregation in the mosque
2 – Attending funerals and offering the funeral prayer 
3 – Saying “Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah wahdahu laa shareeka lah, lahu’l-mulk wa lahu’l-hamd wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer (There is no god but Allaah alone, with no partner or associate; His is the Dominion, to Him be all praise, and He is able to do all things)” one hundred times each day. 
4 – Upholding the ties of kinship 
5 – Observing voluntary fasts, visiting the sick and giving charity. 
6 – Saying Subhaan Allaah wa bi hamdih (Praise and glory be to Allaah) one hundred times. 
7 – Tasbeeh, tahmeed and takbeer, and enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, and praying Duha. 

8 – Reading Qur’an. www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

Some good deeds that a person can do every day:

1 – Praying in congregation in the mosque

2 – Attending funerals and offering the funeral prayer 

3 – Saying “Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah wahdahu laa shareeka lah, lahu’l-mulk wa lahu’l-hamd wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer (There is no god but Allaah alone, with no partner or associate; His is the Dominion, to Him be all praise, and He is able to do all things)” one hundred times each day. 

4 – Upholding the ties of kinship 

5 – Observing voluntary fasts, visiting the sick and giving charity. 

6 – Saying Subhaan Allaah wa bi hamdih (Praise and glory be to Allaah) one hundred times. 

7 – Tasbeeh, tahmeed and takbeer, and enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, and praying Duha. 

8 – Reading Qur’an. 

www.lionofAllah.com

(via beautyislam)

You eat better, you perform better, you feel better, you look better. It all ties together.
– (Via kimberleyruiz)

(Source: motiveweight, via prettyandfit)

anginawan:

Ke mana pun kaki melangkah,
jangan lupa, bawa bersama jiwa hambamu.

Supaya segalanya penuh makna.
Penuh redha.

Ya Allah, redhakan kami sebagai hambaMu.
Allahumma solli ‘ala Saiyidina Muhammad.

Ilahi Robbi,
Harap pertolongan dan rahmatMu

There’s a powerful tool that allows you to distinguish between what’s Real from what’s just a phase.
It’s: Time.
– Yasmin Mogahed (via beautifulsabr)

#TazkiyyaSaturday

When you lack trust in Allah, your love for Him will diminish as well. The first side effect of distrust is bitterness, then anger, then doubt, then abandonment. It’s no secret that everyone of us will face multiple tragedies in life that will have no reasonable explanation. Not saying or doing anything that expresses a lack of trust is huge, but what is greater is to actually express trust even in your hardest moments. To thank Allah for what He hasnt taken away from you and praise Him for what He has protected you from that is unknown to you is a station reached only by few. To prepare for that moment you have to actively build your trust on a daily basis.

You praise Allah for traffic (I know sounds crazy right), for a flu, etc. That prepares you for the car accident you may be involved in one day and a greater disease you may be afflicted with later on in life. And that praise that you express even in those moments could be the reason you are granted a “house of praise” in Paradise for all of eternity.

But you have to build that trust, prepare for that moment, and rise to the occasion when it presents itself.

As Imam Ibn Taymiyya (ra) said “Trust comes before tragedy occurs, where as contentment is realized after it has passed.”

May Allah grant us all the capacity to trust, thank, and love Him always. ameen

– Sh. Omar Suleiman (via beautifulsabr)
When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits - anything that kept me small. My judgement called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving.
– Kim McMillen (via auberginesheets)

(Source: yagazieemezi, via motiveweight)

You can be told the same thing
every minute of every morning
but one night you will hear them
in the voice you love most
and suddenly
you will remember how to listen.
– I have trouble taking advice the first time - Meghan Lynn (via merelyamadness)

(via t-r-e-a-s-u-r-e-d)

I’m a paradox. I want to be happy, but I think of things that make me sad. I’m lazy, yet I’m ambitious. I don’t like myself, but I also love who I am. I say I don’t care, but I really do. I crave attention, but reject it when it comes my way. I’m a conflicted contradiction. If I can’t figure myself out, there’s no way anyone else has.
Unknown (via darksideoftheshroom)

(Source: psych-facts, via t-r-e-a-s-u-r-e-d)

lionofallah:


Some good deeds that a person can do every day:
1 – Praying in congregation in the mosque
2 – Attending funerals and offering the funeral prayer 
3 – Saying “Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah wahdahu laa shareeka lah, lahu’l-mulk wa lahu’l-hamd wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer (There is no god but Allaah alone, with no partner or associate; His is the Dominion, to Him be all praise, and He is able to do all things)” one hundred times each day. 
4 – Upholding the ties of kinship 
5 – Observing voluntary fasts, visiting the sick and giving charity. 
6 – Saying Subhaan Allaah wa bi hamdih (Praise and glory be to Allaah) one hundred times. 
7 – Tasbeeh, tahmeed and takbeer, and enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, and praying Duha. 

8 – Reading Qur’an. www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

Some good deeds that a person can do every day:

1 – Praying in congregation in the mosque

2 – Attending funerals and offering the funeral prayer 

3 – Saying “Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah wahdahu laa shareeka lah, lahu’l-mulk wa lahu’l-hamd wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer (There is no god but Allaah alone, with no partner or associate; His is the Dominion, to Him be all praise, and He is able to do all things)” one hundred times each day. 

4 – Upholding the ties of kinship 

5 – Observing voluntary fasts, visiting the sick and giving charity. 

6 – Saying Subhaan Allaah wa bi hamdih (Praise and glory be to Allaah) one hundred times. 

7 – Tasbeeh, tahmeed and takbeer, and enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, and praying Duha. 

8 – Reading Qur’an. 

www.lionofAllah.com

(via beautyislam)

You eat better, you perform better, you feel better, you look better. It all ties together.
– (Via kimberleyruiz)

(Source: motiveweight, via prettyandfit)

anginawan:

Ke mana pun kaki melangkah,
jangan lupa, bawa bersama jiwa hambamu.

Supaya segalanya penuh makna.
Penuh redha.

Ya Allah, redhakan kami sebagai hambaMu.
Allahumma solli ‘ala Saiyidina Muhammad.

Ilahi Robbi,
Harap pertolongan dan rahmatMu

beautifulsabr:

Source: Quran Weekly

beautifulsabr:

Source: Quran Weekly

There’s a powerful tool that allows you to distinguish between what’s Real from what’s just a phase.
It’s: Time.
– Yasmin Mogahed (via beautifulsabr)

#TazkiyyaSaturday

When you lack trust in Allah, your love for Him will diminish as well. The first side effect of distrust is bitterness, then anger, then doubt, then abandonment. It’s no secret that everyone of us will face multiple tragedies in life that will have no reasonable explanation. Not saying or doing anything that expresses a lack of trust is huge, but what is greater is to actually express trust even in your hardest moments. To thank Allah for what He hasnt taken away from you and praise Him for what He has protected you from that is unknown to you is a station reached only by few. To prepare for that moment you have to actively build your trust on a daily basis.

You praise Allah for traffic (I know sounds crazy right), for a flu, etc. That prepares you for the car accident you may be involved in one day and a greater disease you may be afflicted with later on in life. And that praise that you express even in those moments could be the reason you are granted a “house of praise” in Paradise for all of eternity.

But you have to build that trust, prepare for that moment, and rise to the occasion when it presents itself.

As Imam Ibn Taymiyya (ra) said “Trust comes before tragedy occurs, where as contentment is realized after it has passed.”

May Allah grant us all the capacity to trust, thank, and love Him always. ameen

– Sh. Omar Suleiman (via beautifulsabr)
When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits - anything that kept me small. My judgement called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving.
– Kim McMillen (via auberginesheets)

(Source: yagazieemezi, via motiveweight)

You can be told the same thing
every minute of every morning
but one night you will hear them
in the voice you love most
and suddenly
you will remember how to listen.
– I have trouble taking advice the first time - Meghan Lynn (via merelyamadness)

(via t-r-e-a-s-u-r-e-d)

"I’m a paradox. I want to be happy, but I think of things that make me sad. I’m lazy, yet I’m ambitious. I don’t like myself, but I also love who I am. I say I don’t care, but I really do. I crave attention, but reject it when it comes my way. I’m a conflicted contradiction. If I can’t figure myself out, there’s no way anyone else has."
"You eat better, you perform better, you feel better, you look better. It all ties together."
"There’s a powerful tool that allows you to distinguish between what’s Real from what’s just a phase.
It’s: Time."
"

#TazkiyyaSaturday

When you lack trust in Allah, your love for Him will diminish as well. The first side effect of distrust is bitterness, then anger, then doubt, then abandonment. It’s no secret that everyone of us will face multiple tragedies in life that will have no reasonable explanation. Not saying or doing anything that expresses a lack of trust is huge, but what is greater is to actually express trust even in your hardest moments. To thank Allah for what He hasnt taken away from you and praise Him for what He has protected you from that is unknown to you is a station reached only by few. To prepare for that moment you have to actively build your trust on a daily basis.

You praise Allah for traffic (I know sounds crazy right), for a flu, etc. That prepares you for the car accident you may be involved in one day and a greater disease you may be afflicted with later on in life. And that praise that you express even in those moments could be the reason you are granted a “house of praise” in Paradise for all of eternity.

But you have to build that trust, prepare for that moment, and rise to the occasion when it presents itself.

As Imam Ibn Taymiyya (ra) said “Trust comes before tragedy occurs, where as contentment is realized after it has passed.”

May Allah grant us all the capacity to trust, thank, and love Him always. ameen

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"When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits - anything that kept me small. My judgement called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving."
"You can be told the same thing
every minute of every morning
but one night you will hear them
in the voice you love most
and suddenly
you will remember how to listen."

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