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salma-begum94:  Ibn Qayyim said, “Grief, sorrow and distress only occur from two directions. One of it is: The desire for the worldly life and having a zeal for it. And the second is: falling short in the actions of obedience and piety.” ‘Uddah As-Saabireen, p.227

Ibn Qayyim said, “Grief, sorrow and distress only occur from two directions. One of it is: The desire for the worldly life and having a zeal for it. And the second is: falling short in the actions of obedience and piety.” ‘Uddah As-Saabireen,

*sobs uncontrollably*  May peace and blessings be upon him.

give us firdaws with our beloved prophet Muhammed (peace and blessings be upon him)

"Whoever turns his heart to Allah, Allah responds by turning the people's hearts towards him" | Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali |

"Whoever turns his heart to Allah, Allah responds by turning the people's hearts towards him"

lmam Ali (AS)

He who is deserted by friends and relatives will often find help and sympathy from strangers. - Hazrat Ali (a.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be up on him)

Beautiful Collection of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Quotes. These sayings from the beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) are also commonly known as Hadith or Ahadith,

When you are three persons, then two of you should not #whisper excluding the third person, for that would grieve him -Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Sahih Bukhari: 6290

When you are three persons, then two of you should not excluding the third person, for that would grieve him -Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Sahih Bukhari: 6290

- Set aside a few minutes everyday for the Quran - Set yourself a goal: recite (with meaning) a min of let’s say 5 verses everyday (it doesn’t have to be a large amount at all) -Get yourself your very own Quran with translation if you want. Make it yours, make it personal, make it pretty. It’ll make you want to reflect more, and love it more. Just like in English class we put so many stickies in it, highlight important quotes, analyze them, let’s do the same and better for this Holy book. :)…

- Set aside a few minutes everyday for the Quran - Set yourself a goal: recite (with meaning) a min of let’s say 5 verses everyday (it doesn’t have to be a large amount at all) -Get yourself your very own Quran with translation if you want. Make it yours, make it personal, make it pretty. It’ll make you want to reflect more, and love it more. Just like in English class we put so many stickies in it, highlight important quotes, analyze them, let’s do the same and better for this Holy book. :)…

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