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My favorite dua

itslogisticallyfaithful:

O Allah
Enlighten what is dark in me
Strengthen what is weak in me
Mend what is broken in me
Bind what is bruised in me
Heal what is sick in me
Straighten what is crooked in me
And revive whatever peace and love has died in me. Ameem






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whenever you see a beautiful woman

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flamingoon:

do not compare yourself to her

she is beautiful

you are beautiful 

you both are two different kinds of beautiful

you can’t compare the sun to the moon

and you shouldn’t

so when you see that woman

you say “god bless her” and “god bless me”

and keep it moving, love.

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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




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“The Qur’an will teach you the disease and the cure. As for the disease, it is our sins, and the cure is istighfar.”


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“There is nothing good in this world except one of two men: a man who commits a sin and then hastens to erase it by repenting, and a man who strives to do good.”


Ali ibn Abi Taalib (رضي الله عنه) [Hilyat Al-Awliyaa’ p. 75] (via aliibnabitalib)

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Ask me anything Mon, May. 12, 2014 391 notes
Anonymous Asked:
I want to become one of Allah's favorite people. Do you think this is possible, and is it strange to have such a thought?

partytilfajr:

The Qur’an and Sunnah explains what God loves, in considerable detail, actually:

"God loves those who are conscious of Him." [3:76]

God goes into considerable detail on this topic:

True piety does not consist in turning your faces towards the east or the west - but truly pious is he who believes in God, and the Last Day; and the angels, and revelation,and the prophets; and spends his substance - however much he himself may cherish it - upon his near of kin, and the orphans, and the needy, and the wayfarer, and the beggars, and for the freeing of human beings from bondage; and is constant in prayer, and renders the purifying dues; and [truly pious are] they who keep their promises whenever they promise, and are patient in misfortune and hardship and in time of peril: it is they that have proved themselves true, and it is they, they who are conscious of God.” [2:177]

God reaffirms this position throughout The Qur’an:

"God loves the doers of good." [2:195]

"O you who have attained to faith! Be ever steadfast in your devotion to God, bearing witness to the truth in all equity; and never let hatred of anyone lead you into the sin of deviating from justice. Be just: this is closest to being God-conscious. And remain conscious of God: verily, God is aware of all that you do." [5:8]

"God loves the doers of good" [3:134]

God then mentions many other characteristics that He values, like those who put their trust in Him:

"God loves those who place their trust in Him." [3:159]

Those who are patient:

"God loves those who are patient in adversity" [3:146]

Those who repent:

"God loves those who turn unto Him in repentance" [2:222]

Those who purify themselves:

God loves all who purify themselves” [9:108]

The Prophet reported other valued characteristics, such as kindness:

"God is kind and He loves kindness" [Muslim]

Expanding, The Prophet is reported to have said on kindness:

"God, the Blessed and Exalted is kind and loves kindness. He is pleased with it and helps you with it as long as it is not misplaced." [Muwatta]

This should be our starting point and our goal, to attain these virtues, and the many others that are enumerated in The Qur’an and Sunnah, so that we may seek God’s favor.

It is worth noting that God’s pleasure is found in being good to others, it seems that is an aspect of our religion we have—regrettably—lost sight of the most.





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islamic-quotes:

SubhanAllah, I absolutely love this Surah. Moreover, after listening to Sheikh Tawfique Choudhury’s lecture on how Surah-Ad-Dhuha can change your life :’) Moved me to tears. Click here to read about it or here to listen to his lecture =D

islamic-quotes:

SubhanAllah, I absolutely love this Surah. Moreover, after listening to Sheikh Tawfique Choudhury’s lecture on how Surah-Ad-Dhuha can change your life :’) Moved me to tears. Click here to read about it or here to listen to his lecture =D

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partytilfajr:

Bless you Malaysians for your Islamic Anime, God bless you.

partytilfajr:

Bless you Malaysians for your Islamic Anime, God bless you.

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Ask me anything Fri, May. 02, 2014 82 notes
Anonymous Asked:
If a religious girl really wants to get married, what are things she can do to let it happen? Does duaa make it come faster, or is that person ordained to come at a certain time according to Allahs plan?

nargessi:

So I heard a speech a while back where the lecturer said these tips for sisters: 

1. You need to clear your heart from the thought of any previous guy or any namahram you like or have liked. You need to keep your system pure. So a sister who wants to get married should keep her thoughts pure and Allah will insha’Allah send her a pure husband.

2. Do isteqfar daily and a lot of it. Try to say “astaqforil’Allah” at least 1000 times a day. 

3. Try to recite hadith kisa for 40 days.

She said just by doing the first two steps she had a lot of sisters say they got married very fast.

A person is ordained by Allah to meet their spouse at a certain time and actually when you and him are at a certain spiritual level. I had a friend who made a lot of dua for marriage during hajj and didn’t get married. She realized years later after she got married that while she was making dua during hajj, that’s exactly when her husband was converting to Islam. So the duas do have a major impact and in her case was for her husband to reach the stage of becoming a muslim before she could marry him. We dont know how duas work and maybe they make the marriage faster or prevent you from getting married to the wrong person. Regardless, dua is very important and to have hope and confidence in Allah that He is merciful and will send you the right person.

Lastly, I’ve seen this trend in sisters too often about marriage that I want to address: Marriage is only a means, it’s not the ends. Sometimes as sisters we have to wait and wait and it’s quite annoying. You start becoming hopeless and feeling valueless. DONT. Marriage is part of a person’s rizg and Allah determines it. Your reason for marriage should not be for yourself but because Allah has told us to and therefore we leave it up to Him. Continue living your life now and enjoy your singlehood and be grateful for your current state. The grass always seems greener on the other side and we sometimes think by marrying we will live happily ever after. Yes marriage brings a lot of blessings in a person’s life and we should want it but at the same time not become paralzyed if we are single right now. If the right brother shows up get married. If he hasn’t yet, then continue in your path of servitude towards Allah and don’t lose hope. Marriage is just a stage of life and if Allah hasn’t wanted it for some of us now, it’s part of His will and we just have to submit. 

Hope that helps sister. 





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anotherbengali:

Behind every trial and sorrow that He makes us shoulder, God has a reason.
Khaled Hosseini, A Thousand Splendid Suns

anotherbengali:

Behind every trial and sorrow that He makes us shoulder, God has a reason.

Khaled Hosseini, A Thousand Splendid Suns

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