Friday, 19 April 2019

Shab e Barat

Salaat e Tasbeeh

Arctic Amanzi

The five W's of life

Percectly Porcelain

No one is perfect...

"What's the point of her wearing the hijab if she is so imperfect? What's the use of him keeping a beard if he can't even control his sight? What's the use of him praying 5 times if he chills and pops bottles? What is the point of your Hajj if you still fell into Zina?


These people forget that a man came to Rasūlullāh ﷺ over 50 times for drinking alcohol in MADINAH and when people teased him - Rasūlullāh ﷺ said, "Leave him! He loves Allāh and His Messenger ﷺ" When people spoke badly about a thief who prayed at night and would steal in the day - Rasūlullāh ﷺ refused to give up on him until he became the most truthful of men. They forgot the young man who came to the Prophet ﷺ and sought permission to commit Zina. What's an imperfect hijab - when our Prophet ﷺ taught us that even a prostitute went to Jannah for her mercy to a dog. The tears of humble sinners are more beloved to Allāh than the lengthy worship of the arrogant.


Allāh doesn't expect perfection so why do imperfect and sinful souls like us point fingers and demand it from others? No one is perfect. We aren't angels. We all have our own struggles, regrets, and issues. Sinning a billion times and then still having the strength and courage to return to Allāh isn't the sign of a hypocrite. It is the sign of those who love Allāh - and it is the sign of the people of Islam and Imaan. Jummah Mubarak

The sins we sow

Mother’s and sisters... of Islam...


Woman......


She is sleeping, but the angel recorded sin for her.... 

She prayed, but the angel recorded sin for her. She ate, studied, But the angel recorded sin for her too.....

She is silent,  Angels still record her sins....

Then what is her fault ?!........

Apparently, many eyes see photos of her on social media. 

Every time someone sees her photos, the angel records her sin. this is called Sin Jariyah. 

And if she dies but the photos can still be seen by someone, the angel will continue to punish her  (أستغفر الله العظيم )


But Allah (SWT) is Rahman, He is the Most Merciful and He gives us the solution to every problem. By seeking forgiveness, by sincerely asking Allah (SWT) to wipe our slates clean, we can rid ourselves of these Sin Jariyahs. We should also strive to do good deeds to overwrite the bad deeds that we perform and be very careful about our actions, our words, and the overall legacy we leave behind. It can be hard to always be aware of one’s actions and their potential consequences but, once this awareness is developed, we can avoid sins and gain so much reward.


Sister!  "Women in Islam are seen as more precious than diamonds and pearls "

So let us take care of what Allah has given us. Let us delete all our photos on social media because actually there will be devilish eyes that will always stare at us with the aim of slandering us. 

let our beauty become exclusively preserved only for our mahrams.

Keep ourselves protected from fitna, because women who wear niqab are more often exposed to fitna


May Allah (SWT) make us of those who leave ripples upon ripples of good in the world.

And May Allah forgive all our sins (Aameen)..


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Thursday, 18 April 2019

𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙈𝙤𝙣𝙠 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙋𝙧𝙤𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙩𝙪𝙩𝙚


A monk lived near the temple of Shiva. In the house opposite lived a prostitute. Noticing the large number of men who visited her, the monk decided to speak to her.

 

‘You are a great sinner,’ he said sternly. ‘You reveal your lack of respect for God every day and every night. Do you never stop to think about what will happen to you after your death?’

 

The poor woman was very shaken by what the monk said. She prayed to God out of genuine repentance, begging His forgiveness. She also asked the Almighty to help her to find another means of earning her living.

 

But she could find no other work and, after going hungry for a week, she returned to prostitution.

 

But each time she gave her body to a stranger, she would pray to the Lord for forgiveness.

 

Annoyed that his advice had had no effect, the monk thought to himself:

 

‘From now on, I’m going to keep a count of the number of men who go into that house, until the day the sinner dies.’

 

And from that moment on, he did nothing but watch the comings and goings at the prostitute’s house, and for each man who went in, he added a stone to a pile of stones by his side.

 

After some time, the monk again spoke to the prostitute and said:

 

‘You see that pile of stones? Each stone represents a mortal sin committed by you, despite all my warnings. I say to you once more: do not sin again!’

 

Seeing how her sins accumulated, the woman began to tremble. Returning home, she wept tears of real repentance and prayed to God:

 

‘O Lord, when will Your mercy free me from this wretched life?’

 

Her prayer was heard. That same day, the angel of death came to her house and carried her off. On God’s orders, the angel crossed the street and took the monk with him too.

 

The prostitute’s soul went straight up to Heaven, while the devils bore the monk down into Hell. They passed each other on the way, and when the monk saw what was happening, he cried out:

 

‘Is this Your justice, O Lord? I spent my whole life in devotion and poverty and now I am carried off into Hell, while that prostitute, who lived all her life steeped in sin, is borne aloft up to Heaven!’

 

Hearing this, one of the angels replied:

 

poses are always just. You thought that God’s love meant judging the behaviour of your neighbour. While you filled your heart with the impurity of another’s sin, this woman prayed fervently day and night. Her soul is so light after all the tears she has shed that we can easily bear her up to Paradise. Your soul is so weighed down with stones it is too heavy to lift.’


~ Paulo Coelho