لا حول ولا قوة إلا باللهLa hawla wala quwwata illa billah: There is no might nor power except through Allah.
fountofabundance said: Salam. How do you measure a man's fear of Allah?
There’s no way for us human to measure one’s fear or consciousness of god ie taqwa… But if we want to have a pious spouse.. Let’s try and strive to be a pious woman first and continue asking from Allah what’s best
ربنا آتنا في الدنيا حسنة وفي الآخرة حسنة وقنا عذاب النار
fountofabundance said: Who is the one non-Muslim that you would like to see to convert to Islam and why?
My lecturers in university because they are very kind hearted and brilliant people =)
اللهم انزع من قلبي الرياء والسّمعة والغيبة والنميمة والكره والبغض والحسدOur God, remove from my heart the desire for showing off, boasting, backbiting, slandering, disliking, hating, and envying.
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اللهم أفرغ من قلبي حبّ الدنيا وأملأه بحبّ الآخرةO Allah, empty my heart of the love of the worldly life and fill it with love of the Hereafter.
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Alf Mabrook! Ma sha Allah. May Allah bless your marriage.
Wallah, with countless greetings, one heart becomes left behind and asks,
When will my turn be? - This is the sad reality.
Today I’m sharing one thing that society have made difficult for Muslims to accept and revive.
Indeed, nowadays, people tend to set so high standards (either the sister or the brother or their families) that becomes such a barrier for two hearts to be knotted by this beautiful gift of Allah Azza Wa Jall.
So let us reflect from this story that happened during the Khair ul Qurun.
'Umar Radiyallahu Anhu was a man and an Amir who was among those who encouraged the Muslims to perform marriages with different tribes, so that love would develop amongst the people.
Therefore, a slave went to a man from the Quraish and asked him to marry his sister to him, but the man refused.
'Umar went to that man and asked him, “Why do you not marry your sister to him? He is a talented and pious individual. You should seek the opinion of your sister; if she accepts the proposal then you should marry her to him.”
The man from the Quraish accepted the advice of ‘Umar and went to his sister to ask her opinion.
She agreed to the marriage and the man married his sister to the slave.
How beautiful was this story, indeed this story would be such a lesson to every Muslim family.
Some points to consider here;
• That the practice of marrying people from other tribes so that love would develop amongst the people.
• That righteousness is the very quality that one should seek in marriage, for without it, others will be pointless.
Hence, we are reminded of the ayah;
"O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted." 49:13
• Make marriage easy not a difficult maze.
My dear brothers and sisters in Islam, do not set so high standards upon looking for a spouse, for such standards will only give you a person who is non-existent in this world, rather find the one who fears Allah Azza Wa Jall, for indeed with that person you are assured that he or she will not displease you as he or she doesn’t want Allah Azza Wa Jall to be displeased with him or her.
Like, realize that as much as you say "ya akhi or ya ukhti, lower your gaze, you should also tell yourself to lower your standards and stick to what is close to reality."
Our beloved mothers and fathers, do not burden your son or your daughter, let alone the words of your friends or the society, what matters most is that you have settled your children with people whom Allah Azza Wa Jall has placed such righteousness and taqwa in their hearts.
Do not prolong their agony and their struggle in this dunya with all the temptations that this liberated world offers, seal every door of haraam acts by making the path to halal marriage easy for your children.
And we pray that Allah Azza Wa Jall enlightens our hearts and make us revivers of this beautiful act of sunnah with the proper guidance of Allah Azza Wa Jall.
Story: Al-Murtafaa by An-Nadawee, p. 106
From the collection: IslamicArtDB » Arabic and Islamic Calligraphy and Typography (2023 items)
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This is why we respect our elders, and protect our youngers. They are the softest at heart and need care the most.
The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “He is not of us who does not have mercy on young children, nor honor the elderly”
Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As: The Prophet said: Those who do not show mercy to our young ones and do not realize the right of our elders are not from us (Sunan Abu Dawud).
“Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him, and that you be kind to your parents. If one or both of them reach old age with you, do not say to them a word of disrespect, or scold them, but say a generous word to them. And act humbly to them in mercy, and say, ‘My Lord, have mercy on them, since they cared for me when I was small.” (17: 23-24)
The hardship will be removed and the swarm of pain will fly away through having true faith.
Indeed the One Who has brought you into being from nothingness can take your fears and worries back into nothingness.
Originally found on: loghat
لَا تُؤَاخِذْنَا إِنْ نَسِينَاDo not punish us [O God] when we do wrong due to forgetfulness. (Surat al-Baqarah 2:286)
The First Moment of Pain
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