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destinationjannah:

Do you want to do something to help the state of our family in Gaza? Does it hurt you to constantly see the state they are in, the terror, the innocent lives of children constantly being taken? Well here is the ultimate solution. Please take the time to read through this post by Shaykh Abu Esa, may Allah reward him, best thing I have read so far on what is happening and what we as the Ummah are supposed to do. Please read and share: https://www.facebook.com/AbuEesaPersonal/posts/339404492889391?fref=nf
Above protests, above awareness, above emailing senators and government officials, and above boycotting- the first step to help our family in Gaza, the first step towards victory coming to the Muslims is for us to keep our covenant with Allah. Allah has PROMISED victory to those who are steadfast and hold on to the deen and fulfill their covenant to Him. 
Honestly if we are attending a bunch of protests, if we are boycotting this and that but missing our five daily prayers and not making du’a or asking for forgiveness for our mistakes…then we are missing the point. 
ACTION ITEMS: Hold fast to the obligatory prayers (if anyone needs a Fajr wake up call, shoot me a message and let’s work on it together), keep your extended family in your du’as especially in your sujood (anyone anywhere who is suffering), and make istighfar, let’s make lot’s of istighfar. 

#FreePalestine
Aug 1, 2014 / 19 notes

destinationjannah:

Do you want to do something to help the state of our family in Gaza? Does it hurt you to constantly see the state they are in, the terror, the innocent lives of children constantly being taken? Well here is the ultimate solution. Please take the time to read through this post by Shaykh Abu Esa, may Allah reward him, best thing I have read so far on what is happening and what we as the Ummah are supposed to do. Please read and share: https://www.facebook.com/AbuEesaPersonal/posts/339404492889391?fref=nf

Above protests, above awareness, above emailing senators and government officials, and above boycotting- the first step to help our family in Gaza, the first step towards victory coming to the Muslims is for us to keep our covenant with Allah. Allah has PROMISED victory to those who are steadfast and hold on to the deen and fulfill their covenant to Him. 

Honestly if we are attending a bunch of protests, if we are boycotting this and that but missing our five daily prayers and not making du’a or asking for forgiveness for our mistakes…then we are missing the point. 

ACTION ITEMS: Hold fast to the obligatory prayers (if anyone needs a Fajr wake up call, shoot me a message and let’s work on it together), keep your extended family in your du’as especially in your sujood (anyone anywhere who is suffering), and make istighfar, let’s make lot’s of istighfar. 

#FreePalestine

A beautiful day begins with a beautiful mindset. When you wake up, take a second to think about what a privilege it is to simply be alive and healthy. The moment you start acting like life is a blessing, I assure you it will start to feel like one. Time spent appreciating is time worth living.
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fiseebilillah:

there are two roads:

"remember me and I will remember you.! - Qur’an 2:152

"they forgot Allah so He forgot them." - Qur’an 9:67

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Prophet Muhammad joined his fingers, held them over his chest, and said about good and bad deeds: ‘Ask your heart, ask your heart. A good action is what the heart is at peace with while a bad action is one that causes doubts, even if other people tell you that it is right.’
Related in Musnad Ahmad and Sunan Daarimi (via gordo10bx)

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its-salah:

Russell Brand is fricking awesome.

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sange-saboor:

getting to know yourself, working on yourself, and changing yourself are all forms of ibadat. 

"man ‘arafa nafsahu faqad ‘arafa Rabbahu
Whosoever knows himself knows his Lord.”

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Is ‘fat’ really the worst thing a human being can be? Is ‘fat’ worse than ‘vindictive’, ‘jealous’, ‘shallow’, ‘vain’, ‘boring’ or ‘cruel’? Not to me.
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youm7elo:

Being kind doesn’t mean you should be naive too. Smarten up, figure out people’s moves, motives and intentions, open your eyes, but always, always, always be respectful and offer a helping hand when you can.

This life isn’t for the blind-minded, but an active mind should never harden your heart.

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you’re going to be half my deen, In’Sha’Allah. heaven will be our goal. we’ll pray together, live together, learn together, travel together.
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I just want to tell you, at some point it doesn’t matter who was right and who was wrong. At some point, being angry is just another bad habit, like smoking, and you keep poisoning yourself without thinking about it.
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Confidence isn’t walking into a room with your nose in the air, and thinking you are better than everyone else, it’s walking into a room and not having to compare yourself to anyone else in the first place.

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Keeping this in my head- all the time, everytime.

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As every Ramadan comes to an end we are filled with regret that we didn’t do more. It is a foretelling of what the end of our lives will be like. Make the most of what you have left.
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everything-bass:

This Ramadan probably went by the fastest… It’s a scary thought to know that next Ramadan will go by even faster.