A simple dialogue. →
Teacher: “What is this table made of?” touches table Class: “Wood.” Teacher: “If I knock my fist upon this table, and out of it I brought forth an apple, what would you say? Would you say that it was a miracle?” Class: “Yes” etc. Teacher: “Undoubtedly, such a feat would be a miracle because it deviates from the norm. For me to bring forth an apple from this wooden table would be...
Narrated by Ibn Abbas: The Prophet (peace be upon...
thebeautyofislam: [Bukhari Volume 9, Book 93, Number 523]
Every moment is a fresh beginning.– T. S. Eliot (via nathanielstuart)
alilmiyah: It was reported that Prophet Dawuud (David) (as) used to say in his supplication, “O Lord! How can I ever duly thank You, when my thanking You is also a favor from You unto me” Allah (swt) then answered him, “Now, you have thanked Me sufficiently, O Dawuud,” meaning, ‘when you admitted that you will never be able to duly thank Me. Tafsir Ibn Kathir 2nd Edition by Muhammad Saed...
The world breaks us all. Afterward, some are stronger at the broken places.– Ernest Hemingway- Farewell To Arms (via quote-book)
The strong believer is better and is more beloved to Allah than the weak...– Prophet Muhammad (Sahih Muslim, no. 2664)
lambanajib: If you can be unknown, be so; it doesn’t matter if you are not known and it doesn’t if you are not praised. It doesn’t matter if you are blameworthy according to people, matter if you are praiseworthy with Allah the Mighty and Majestic. (Al-Fudayl Ibn ‘Iyaad)
alathariyyah: A man once asked Abu Al-Darda’ – Allah be pleased with him – for advice. He said: Remember Allah in good times and He will mention you in hard times. When you remember those who have passed away, consider yourself like one of them. And when you think of involving yourself in some worldly matter, consider first what it will lead to in the end. Al-Dhahabi in Siyar A’lam Al-Nubala’,...
'Yaa Muqallibal Quloob Thabbit Qalbee 'alaa...
alathariyyah: ‘Oh Turner of the Hearts (Allah, the Most High), keep our hearts firm on your Religion!’
Do not become a slave of your desires.– Ali Ibn Abi Talib R.A (via hakuna-mataataa)
'Whoever wants to purify his heart, must prefer...
alathariyyah: Ibn al-Qayyim, al-Fawaa’id p. 156
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trusimplicity: Patience is the key to relief. (arabarabarab)
Words of Solace: The Qualities of a Believer →
n-ruminations: “It is to be full of modesty, and to be harmless too. To be full of goodness and not to be corrupt. For the tongue to be truthful, for the words to be little and to be plentiful in good action. To have little slip-ups and not to be excessive. To be good to one’s relatives, building closeness between them. To be dignified and grateful. To be full of contentment if Allaah...
Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps a singing bird will come.– Chinese Proverb (via toomanymao)
al Athariyyah: Khateeb al-Baghdaadee said, “It is... →
alathariyyah: Khateeb al-Baghdaadee said, “It is fitting that he takes care in acquiring knowledge and that he should not take too much at one time. Rather, he should take a little at a time, such that he can bear it, memorize it and be able to understand it. Because Allaah says, “And those who…
Olives are pressed to get useful oil, fruits are squeezed for tasty juice, and...– (via zodiax)