analyticalmuslim:

ok

so

when all of you get older

listen

all of you

when you get older

regardless of whether it’s ramadhan or not

regardless of whether or not you’re hungry, you have a headache, or you’re tired

you never

never

never

EVER

yell at your child.

it doesn’t…

"There truly is no relationship, of any kind, that is more beneficial and more beautiful than that which reminds of you of God."
— Nadir Keval 
thepiercingstar:

islamisourway:

Alhamdulillah!

<3<3<3

thepiercingstar:

islamisourway:

Alhamdulillah!

<3<3<3

"Some have found God in the depths of their sins."
— Khaadim
"The bigger desire you have for a sin, the greater your Imaan is if you leave it."
— Sheikh Ibn Uthaymeen
"So understand by reflection, that every single heart in all created things has feelings, desires and inclinations. It has the desire to love, to gain good and beneficial things for itself, it can feel fear and terror, and it can also surrender and become submissive. Thus, when its feelings, desires and inclinations are all directed to and for Allaah, then it is a heart that truly worships, submits and surrenders to Allaah alone. Therefore, it has khawf (fear) of only Allaah; it has rajaa (hope) in Allaah’s Mercy; it has mahabbah (love) for Allaah and whatever Allaah loves; and it has istislaam (submits and surrenders) to only Allaah. However, when these feelings, desires and inclinations are directed to other than Allaah, then it is a heart that is enslaved and worships that object which has captured and enslaved it."
— Excerpt from The Great Enslavement by Shaykh Sulaymân as-Sulaymî, Al-Istiqaamah, Issue No.7 (via nonchalante)
allahaljalil:

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Marry someone who brings out the best in you, not the stress in you. If you’re finding that a particular person is bringing your life more reasons to be sad rather than happiness, that could be a good reason to say goodbye. Don’t tie yourself down with someone because you’re temporarily attached or lying to yourself. Marriage isn’t a joke - think it through, and spend your life with someone who will only bring out the best in you!

allahaljalil:

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Marry someone who brings out the best in you, not the stress in you. If you’re finding that a particular person is bringing your life more reasons to be sad rather than happiness, that could be a good reason to say goodbye. Don’t tie yourself down with someone because you’re temporarily attached or lying to yourself. Marriage isn’t a joke - think it through, and spend your life with someone who will only bring out the best in you!

"We look forward to getting married because we are excited to have someone in our life that will keep us steadfast on the deen and bring us closer to Allaah azza wajal. Someone that will increase us in piety and learn alongside us. But the responsibilities after marriage are endless and time runs short in the day. The time to learn about your deen, the time to improve yourself, the time to develop piety is before you’re married - when your responsibilities are strictly to yourself and your development. I’m not saying you won’t develop further after marriage, because you most certainly will. But how can you expect to marry a person that will increase you in piety when such a person probably expects a spouse that has already reached a level of piety from which they feel they can learn from? It’s a balance. You must develop into the person you wish your spouse to be and then anything that remains will be fulfilled by them, and traits they lack will be filled by you, inshaa Allaah. But don’t wait for marriage to increase your piety. Don’t hope that anyone else is responsible for your development but you."
— Within this Soul

passionate-opinions:

When you ask me for advice regarding marriage, it’s best I stay silent.

Because if I say ‘be forgiving,’ then you may try to suppress your feelings and bear a burden greater than you should.

And if I say ‘learn to let things go,’ then you might become naive and let your spouse slip through your…

thepiercingstar:

In Islam, marriage is a blessed contract between a man &amp; a woman, in which each becomes “permitted” to the other, and they begin the long journey of life in a spirit of love, co-operation, harmony and tolerance, where each feels at ease with the other, and finds tranquility, contentment and comfort in the company of the other.
A righteous woman is the pillar, cornerstone and foundation of the Muslim family. She is seen as the greatest joy in a man’s life, as the Prophet S.A.W said:
"This world is just temporary conveniences, and the best comfort in this world is a righteous woman" (Muslim)
So, sisters! Here are some 20 qualities of an ideal Muslim wife =D Let us all practise this, InsyaAllah and become excellent wives to our awesome husbands, and together gain the pleasure of Allah SWT!


Lots of love from your sister &lt;3
Nadia

 Ameen

thepiercingstar:

In Islam, marriage is a blessed contract between a man & a woman, in which each becomes “permitted” to the other, and they begin the long journey of life in a spirit of love, co-operation, harmony and tolerance, where each feels at ease with the other, and finds tranquility, contentment and comfort in the company of the other.

A righteous woman is the pillar, cornerstone and foundation of the Muslim family. She is seen as the greatest joy in a man’s life, as the Prophet S.A.W said:

"This world is just temporary conveniences, and the best comfort in this world is a righteous woman" (Muslim)

So, sisters! Here are some 20 qualities of an ideal Muslim wife =D Let us all practise this, InsyaAllah and become excellent wives to our awesome husbands, and together gain the pleasure of Allah SWT!

Lots of love from your sister <3

Nadia

Ameen

xfisabilillahx:

في الجنة حب بلا فراق

in paradise there is love without separation.

"The best place in the world is in the arms of someone who will not only hold you at your best, but will pick you up and hug you tight at your weakest moment."
Anonymous asked: "So the muslim version of "you must love yourself before you can love someone else" is "you must love Allah before you can love someone else" right?"

Masha’Allah..yessss exactly!

thewicked-eternity