“You are nothing, but your ‘nothing’ is better than existence.
You are drowned in loss, but your ‘loss’ is all gain.
You say, ‘There is nothing in my possession except dust’.
But all the heavens are envious of your ’dust’.”—Rumi (via shoomz)
the secret facebook page of al-muhafizoon alkaff youth never fails to make me giggle. Everyone is sooo funny. I must remind myself to look at ther comments and posts to make myself happy. Friends till jannah, insyallah.
“Pelajarilah ilmu, karena mempelajarinya semata karena Allah akan membuahkan rasa takut, mencarinya adalah ibadah, menghafalnya adalah tasbih, membahasnya adalah jihad, mengajarkannya kepada orang yang belum tahu adalah sedekah, membantu penuntutnya termasuk pendekatan kepada Allah.”—Mu’adz bin Jabal (via reisha)
“The act of women covering their hair is nothing new for Muslims, but for others it seems very unusual. Head covering is not just limited to Muslims; in fact, Catholic Nuns wear a garment called the Habit which includes a veil like headpiece. Nuns are respected for keeping their modesty and chastity as it coincides with the Catholic faith. Images of the Virgin Mary adorn church walls with her wearing a long veil on her head and she is often depicted wearing a long flowing dress. These images are accepted in society as part of being pious, feminine, and respectable. Why is it then, that when a Muslim woman wears the hijab, she is called oppressed? Why does head covering seem to create a stir when worn by Muslim women, but appreciated when worn by Catholic women?”—
Reflecting on Assimilation and Islam by Jenn Fawzy.
"You forget to wake up for Fajr. You sleep through your alarm. You rush through Zuhr, then you’re too busy for Asr. Maghrib passes without you realizing, and then you stay up on your laptop, conveniently forgetting Isha. You have wasted one whole day." #Copied :'|