27 Jan

“When she is a daughter, she opens a door of Jannah for her father. When she is a wife, she completes half of the deen of her husband. When she is a mother, Jannah lies under her feet – If everyone knew the true status of a muslim women in Islaam, even the men would want to be women” [Akram Nadawi]

‎”Don’t be sad if Allah separates you from something or someone you love. If only we knew what His plans were for us, our hearts would melt with the warmth of His love.”

Be aware of every hour and how it passes and only spend it in the best possible way; do not neglect yourself, but keep accustomed to the noblest and best of actions, and send to your grave that which will please you when you arrive to it. Imaam ibn Al-Jawzee

When someone makes a mistake and commits a error, we are quick to jump to conclusions about them and we start bashing them. However, some of our pious predecessors would encourage us to find up to 70 excuses for our fellow brothers and sisters, and if we can’t, we can say “maybe he/she has an excuse that I’m not aware of!” And this reminder could be exhibited in our everyday interactions.

When you are with your spouse or brothers/sisters, try only to use positive words that will benefit you instead of using harsh ones that hurt your relationship. Indeed, you can disagree with other people, but how you disagree will be what matters! We are told,

“Tell My worshipers, that they should say words that are the finest, satan would arouse discord among them; he is the clear enemy of mankind” (17:53)
To love without condition, to talk without intention, listen without judging, to give without reason and to care without expectation.
So let’s not let Satan bring enmity amongst us and win. Indeed, he is our enemy so let’s treat him as such.

What is this world but a dream that a sleeper sees – he delights in it for a few moments, and then wakes up to face reality. Scholar: Al-Hasan Al-Basree

 Five things are associated with difficulty in life: the heart is hard, the eyes do not shed tears, to have limited haya, to desire the material world, and to have lengthy hopes/desires in your life. Scholar Name: Al-Fudayl ibn ‘Iyaad

It’s my honour that You are my Master. It’s my dignity that I am Your slave.

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