A believer’s dream is a servant’s talk to his Lord in sleep.
— The Messenger of Allah (ص) Nahj al-Fasahah p. 11
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The first comment is beautiful. Should give us muslims more confidence for praying in public iA.
If pain is the symptom, then Allah is the cure, Allah is the solution to every problem, that makes you feel alone. —
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Be sure, there is something waiting for you, after much patience, to astonish you to a degree that you forget the bitterness of the pain. —
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Do not depend on love for it is rare, and do not depend on a human for he is departing, rather depend on Allah for He is Omnipotent. — Imam Ali (AS)
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Anonymous asked: Nargessi, I lahv you ;) You know who this is. Juhst know that ke taa akhare donya dooset daaram.
awwwww, yes I totally know who you are ;) Mersiiii khanumiii, right back atchya … I’m finally free so you better make time for me so I get to see you. Coffee date asap lahv <3
He who is ignorant of something tries to find fault in it. — Imam Ali (AS)
Do not seek the light. See it. Do not look for beauty. Be it. Do not search for Self. Know it. Let the birdsong teach you. Let the sunrise break your heart open. Let every breath remind you of sudden miracles. — Jeff Foster (via thelittlephilosopher)
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Master your tongue, it reveals the state of your heart —
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Anonymous asked: Who are your favorite Islamic speakers??
Too many …
In the Shia world I really like Br. Khalil Jaffer.
In the Sunni world I really like Br. Nouman Ali Khan.
In addition I like Sheikh Bahmanpour, farsi speaking I like Aghayeh Panahean. Other speakers in english: Sh Bachoo, Sh Salim Yusufali, Dr. Farrokh, etc. The list goes on.
Anonymous asked: where do you live? is it a nice country?
I live somewhere in the West. Everywhere is God’s land and is beautiful.
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When you feel like you can’t keep going, turn your heart to Allah and say this: “I can’t. But You can. I’m weak. But You’re strong. Take me in, not because of me—but because of You. Your mercy is stronger than my weakness. Your perfection is greater than my humanness. I beseech You to replace what’s lost, mend what’s broken, and allow my hope in You to kill my despair. — Yasmin Mogahed
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