My dearest future husband,
My expectations are not of a princess. I do not need all the riches of the world. All I ask is that you are rich with knowledge. Please do not feel threatened by labels and certificates. They mean so much less than the knowledge of Islam I pray you possess. I pray that you’ll be my other half who will help me answer our children’s’ questions when I have no idea what to say. I pray you be there to finish my sentences and teach me where I am lacking, for I know I am.
I do not expect you to be as beautiful as Prophet Yusuf (‘Aalayhi Salam), I will be grateful enough you becoming the light of my eyes. If we were meant for each other, if I am the lucky girl Allah created for you, then Im sure Allah will bring our hearts together and make us fall in love when we finally meet. How can I expect someone handsome and good looking, when I am but an awkward and clumsy girl.
A Muslimah’s letter written for her future husband, her future partner and the future father to her children. Even though I have yet to meet him, I pray that you are always in the best of health, under Allah’s protection and barakah, no matter where you are.Although there is no way to determine how and where we will meet, my prayers are always with you, so that one day we will find each other under the best of circumstances.
Unknown (via zubat)
It was qadr. It was meant to happen. No ‘if’s. It was gonna happen anyway. It was suppose to happen exactly like that because Allah (subhanahu wa ta ‘ala) decreed like so. Just accept it. It was for the best inshaaAllah, even if you cannot see/understand it.
It is so easy to let backbiting seep into our everyday conversations. I hear it every single day. Without meaning to, without intending to, I take part in it all the time. Sometimes, even the simplest gestures like laughing at something trivial constitutes backbiting. We are told again and again how petty and sinful this action is. Why are we so quick to disregard it? Why won’t we stop and think before we speak?
Judith Hanson Lasater (via imaan-daar)
Dr.Zakir Naik on Youtube lecture. (via izhaqcr7)
Photgraphy<3 on We Heart It. https://weheartit.com/entry/77327857/via/divinearcane
Some people have the saying “money is the motive” well this is mine: Jannah is the motive. People think we’re crazy. “Why did you fast for an entire month?” “How can you wake up at 4am to pray?” “Why do you pray 5 times a day?” “Why do you wear that thing on your head?” What’s the motive? Jannah. Heaven. Paradise. If you understood the Truth you’d do the same. #fajr #jannah #islam #muslim #muslimah #muslimwomen #motive #beautiful #paradise
Unknown (via jlbarlow)
my perspective. always.
“Face your trials with patience, for they may have hidden blessings within them that will show later.”
"Pay attention to correcting your own faults and forget about people’s faults, for Allah did not create us perfect and infallible; rather, we all have sins and faults. So, glad tidings are to the one who focuses on dealing with his own faults rather than the faults of others."