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  1. islamic-quotes:

You are the best of the nations raised up for (the benefit of) men; you enjoin what is right and forbid the wrong and believe in Allah; and if the followers of the Book had believed it would have been better for them; of them (some) are believers and most of them are transgressors.
Surah Imran | Verse 110

    islamic-quotes:

    You are the best of the nations raised up for (the benefit of) men; you enjoin what is right and forbid the wrong and believe in Allah; and if the followers of the Book had believed it would have been better for them; of them (some) are believers and most of them are transgressors.

    Surah Imran | Verse 110

    (Source: lionofallah)

  2. poeticislam:

“O my son, if you ever feel the need to befriend and accompany men, then accompany the one who protects you when you help him, adorns you if you walk with him, and supplies you when your provisions run out. Accompany the one who when you stretch forth your hands in goodness, he stretches his hand too, if he sees meritfrom you, he remembers it, and if he sees bad from you, he remedies it. Accompany the one who gives you when you ask, who steps up when you are silent, and who consoles you when calamity overtakes you. Accompany the one who believes you when you speak, entrusts you when you engage in work, and if you fall out, he prefers you to the fallout.”
‘Alqamah ibn Qays (rahimahullah) talking of friendship his final advice to his son as he was on his deathbed.

    poeticislam:

    “O my son, if you ever feel the need to befriend and accompany men, then accompany the one who protects you when you help him, adorns you if you walk with him, and supplies you when your provisions run out. Accompany the one who when you stretch forth your hands in goodness, he stretches his hand too, if he sees meritfrom you, he remembers it, and if he sees bad from you, he remedies it. Accompany the one who gives you when you ask, who steps up when you are silent, and who consoles you when calamity overtakes you. Accompany the one who believes you when you speak, entrusts you when you engage in work, and if you fall out, he prefers you to the fallout.”

    ‘Alqamah ibn Qays (rahimahullah) talking of friendship his final advice to his son as he was on his deathbed.

    (via poeticislam)

  3. islamic-quotes:

Abu Hurairah (RA) narrated that Allah’s Messenger (SAW) said: ‘In the last third of every night our Rabb (Cherisher and Sustainer) (Allah (SWT)) descends to the lowermost heaven and says; “Who is calling Me, so that I may answer him? Who is asking Me so that may I grant him? Who is seeking forgiveness from Me so that I may forgive him?.”’ [Sahih al-Bukhari, Hadith Qudsi]
Amr ibn Absah narrated that the Prophet said: ‘The closest any worshipper can be to His Lord is during the last part of the night, so if you can be amongst those who remember Allah at that time, then do so.’[at-Tirmidhi, an-Nasa’i, al-Hakim - Sahih]

    islamic-quotes:

    Abu Hurairah (RA) narrated that Allah’s Messenger (SAW) said: ‘In the last third of every night our Rabb (Cherisher and Sustainer) (Allah (SWT)) descends to the lowermost heaven and says; “Who is calling Me, so that I may answer him? Who is asking Me so that may I grant him? Who is seeking forgiveness from Me so that I may forgive him?.”’ [Sahih al-Bukhari, Hadith Qudsi]

    Amr ibn Absah narrated that the Prophet said: ‘The closest any worshipper can be to His Lord is during the last part of the night, so if you can be amongst those who remember Allah at that time, then do so.’[at-Tirmidhi, an-Nasa’i, al-Hakim - Sahih]

    (Source: lionofallah)

  4. Patience and perseverance
  5. islamic-quotes:

The Grateful Servant. Alhamdulillah.

    islamic-quotes:

    The Grateful Servant. Alhamdulillah.

    (Source: sketchthemedlife)

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    Abdal Hakim Murad - Circumstances Alter Causes

    majdimam:

    Circumstances Alter Causes.

    By Sheikh William Henry Abdullah Quilliam.
    Performed by Abdal Hakim Murad.

    A rich man proudly walked along
    The straight and narrow way;
    He lifted up his head in pride
    To hear the people say:
    “That is a pure and honest man—
    The noblest work of God;
    He’s built upon a perfect plan,
    He virtue’s path has trod.

    "No moral law does he transgress,
    He’s good and true and kind;
    ‘Tis hard amongst the walks of man
    A purer soul to find.”
    ‘Twas thus they praised him while he lived,
    And filled his heart with pride,
    And when at last his end did come,
    And like the rest he died,

    The priest, above his gilded bier,
    Exalted to the skies
    The soul of this proud child of wealth
    As good, and great, and wise.
    And said that straight to heaven’s gate
    The rich man’s soul was sent;
    While all the people bowed, and said
    “To paradise he went.”

    A poor man with his load of grief
    Went staggering down the path,
    And begged of God to grant relief
    And heap not on him wrath.
    With weight of many grievous fears
    He tottered o’er the road,
    And called on Allah thro’ his tears
    To add not to his load.

    He fell upon the wayside sore,
    And yielded unto sin,
    And he the law, with iron hand,
    To prison quick dragg’d in.
    The cold, stern judge said, with a frown,
    “A crime thou didst commit,
    And thou in bond must now be kept
    Till thou hast answered it.”

    Into a dungeon, dark and lone,
    The poor man straight they sent,
    And chained him to the prison wall,
    And bade him there repent.
    And there for years he pined away,
    No loved one by his side,
    Until a fairer fortune came,
    And then the poor man died.

    No prayers above his dumb, cold clay,
    The silk-clad Bishop said;
    But quick they bore his form away,
    As soon as he was dead.
    No tears were shed above his grave,
    No mound above it rais’d;
    Neglected and despised he lived—
    He died despised, unprais’d.

    But had he lived ‘neath brighter stars,
    perhaps the narrow way
    His feet on earth had gladly trod,
    That went so far astray.
    And had the rich man felt the weight
    Of care the other bore,
    He might have fallen by the way,
    As men have done before.

  7. islamic-quotes:

"No amount of guilt can change the past and no amount of worrying can change the future. Go easy on yourself for the outcome of all affairs is determined by Allah’s Decree. If something is meant to go elsewhere, it will never come on your way, but if it is yours by destiny, from you it cannot flee.” (Umar ibn al-Khattab r.a)
Absolutely LOVE these quotes!!

    islamic-quotes:

    "No amount of guilt can change the past and no amount of worrying can change the future. Go easy on yourself for the outcome of all affairs is determined by Allah’s Decree. If something is meant to go elsewhere, it will never come on your way, but if it is yours by destiny, from you it cannot flee.” (Umar ibn al-Khattab r.a)

    Absolutely LOVE these quotes!!

    (Source: allahaljalil)

  8. islamic-quotes:

The Rights

    islamic-quotes:

    The Rights

    (Source: sketchthemedlife)

  9. Don’t be so amazed with your self that you begin to look down upon people because of who you studied with or what you think you have obtained.

    Perhaps, He opened for you the door of worship but did not open for you the door of acceptance; and perhaps, He decreed for you a sin and it became a reason for your reaching Him.

    Sheikh Ibn Ata’illah al-Iskandari, Kitab al-Hikam (Book of Wisdoms)

    (Source: franksonnetti, via fortheloveofallah)

  10. oupacademic:

(via Which everyday English words came from Arabic? | OxfordWords blog)

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