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Yoho National Park, Canada | Shuchun Du

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He’s praying for her.

She’s praying for him.

Little do they know, Allah sealed their fate with each other before they were even born.

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The very least you can do in your life is figure out what you hope for. And the most you can do is live inside that hope. Not admire it from a distance but live right in it, under its roof.

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How quietly we endure all that falls upon us.

Khaled Hosseini, A Thousand Splendid Suns (via zsrmx)

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the worst things to ever happen to fashion:

  • fake pockets
  • making every single shirt see through
  • seriously why does it have to be see through
  • what is the fucking point i just have to wear another tank top or cami underneath it
  • it literally defeats the purpose of being a shirt
  • and every single shirt is see through these days this annoys me more than fake pockets and trust me that is an issue

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اللهم اغفر لي ولجميع المسلمين

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A Chinese middle school history teacher draws a world map on blackboard in min

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When your whole gang facetimes.

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I’m constantly torn between this overwhelming desire to know more about myself and the desire to erase everything I think I am.

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Between the Past and the Future

Imaam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah said:

Your life in the present moment is in between the past and the future. So what has preceded can be rectified by tawbah (repentance), nadam (regret) and istighfar (seeking Allah’s forgiveness). And this is something that will neither tire you, nor cause you to toil as you would with strenuous labour. Rather it is an action of the heart. Then as regards the future (then it can be corrected) by withholding yourself from sins. And this abandonment is merely the leaving of something and to be at ease from it. This also is not action of the limbs, which requires you to strive and toil. Rather this is a firm resolve and intention of the heart – which will give rest to your body, heart and thoughts. So as for what has preceded, then you rectify it with repentance. And as for the future – then you rectify it with firm resolve and intention. Neither of these involves any hardship or exertion of the limbs. But then your attention must be directed to your life in the present – the time between two times. If you waste it, then you have wasted the opportunity to be of the fortunate and saved ones. If you look after it, having rectified the two times – what is before and after it, as we have said – then you will be successful and achieve rest, delight and ever-lasting bliss. However, looking after it is harder than that which comes before and after it, since guarding it involves keeping to that which is most befitting and beneficial for your soul, and that which will bring it success and well-being.

From: al-Fawaa’id, pp 151-152 - Al-Istiqaamah, No. 2

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