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lionofallah:

Allah comes between a person and his heart - Surah Anfal
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lionofallah:

Allah comes between a person and his heart - Surah Anfal

- www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

The Prophet used to also show a great deal of affection towards his wives. Aisha reported that the Prophet would only enjoy his meals when she would sit next to him. They would drink from one cup and he would watch where Aisha would place her lips on the cup so that he could place his lips on the exact position. He would eat from a bone after she would eat from it, placing his mouth where she had eaten. [Muslim]

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lionofallah:

The Prophet used to also show a great deal of affection towards his wives. Aisha reported that the Prophet would only enjoy his meals when she would sit next to him. They would drink from one cup and he would watch where Aisha would place her lips on the cup so that he could place his lips on the exact position. He would eat from a bone after she would eat from it, placing his mouth where she had eaten. [Muslim]
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lionofallah:

…But perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah Knows, while you know not.

Surah Baqarah | Verse 216Oh Allah ﷻ protect my heart from being attached to something that will not benefit me in my Akhira.- www.lionofallah.com

lionofallah:

…But perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah Knows, while you know not.

Surah Baqarah | Verse 216

Oh Allah ﷻ protect my heart from being attached to something that will not benefit me in my Akhira.

- www.lionofallah.com

maxkirin:

Neil Gaiman’s 8 Rules of Writing, a remake of this post. Source.

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productivemuslim:

**NEW POST** 5 Hacks To Be a Better Daughter!
Tip #1: Prioritise your parents over other tasks
“One of the biggest lessons I have learnt as a Muslimah is that despite the demands on our time from work, personal goals and other aspirations – we must do our best to prioritise our parents over other less important tasks. It isn’t easy! However, making sure you are flexible and checking in with your parents before making other commitments outside of work life can really help you manage your family tasks and fulfil your duties to your parents.”
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May Allaah [Subḥānahū Wa Ta’ālā] guide us to be the best to our parents! Aameen!

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productivemuslim:

**NEW POST** 5 Hacks To Be a Better Daughter!

Tip #1: Prioritise your parents over other tasks

“One of the biggest lessons I have learnt as a Muslimah is that despite the demands on our time from work, personal goals and other aspirations – we must do our best to prioritise our parents over other less important tasks. It isn’t easy! However, making sure you are flexible and checking in with your parents before making other commitments outside of work life can really help you manage your family tasks and fulfil your duties to your parents.”

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May Allaah [Subḥānahū Wa Ta’ālā] guide us to be the best to our parents! Aameen!

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allahaljalil:

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This is why we respect our elders, and protect our youngers. They are the softest at heart and need care the most.
The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “He is not of us who does not have mercy on young children, nor honor the elderly”(Al-Tirmidhi)
Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As: The Prophet said: Those who do not show mercy to our young ones and do not realize the right of our elders are not from us (Sunan Abu Dawud).
“Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him, and that you be kind to your parents. If one or both of them reach old age with you, do not say to them a word of disrespect, or scold them, but say a generous word to them. And act humbly to them in mercy, and say, ‘My Lord, have mercy on them, since they cared for me when I was small.” (17: 23-24)

allahaljalil:

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This is why we respect our elders, and protect our youngers. They are the softest at heart and need care the most.

The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “He is not of us who does not have mercy on young children, nor honor the elderly”
(Al-Tirmidhi)

Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As: The Prophet said: Those who do not show mercy to our young ones and do not realize the right of our elders are not from us (Sunan Abu Dawud).

“Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him, and that you be kind to your parents. If one or both of them reach old age with you, do not say to them a word of disrespect, or scold them, but say a generous word to them. And act humbly to them in mercy, and say, ‘My Lord, have mercy on them, since they cared for me when I was small.” (17: 23-24)

storiesofthesahabah:

Make the most of your time, repent.

storiesofthesahabah:

Make the most of your time, repent.

storiesofthesahabah:

How beautiful of a man was Abu Bakr As Sideeq Radiyallahu Anhu.
Indeed it was with his grand characteristics that truly made him the Khalifah of the Messenger of Allah Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.
When we talk about him, we cannot deny the fact that he was such a soft-hearted man, so generous and embodied such beautiful faith and trust in Allah Azza Wa Jall and great love for His Messenger Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.
Amidst all these beautiful attributes, one attribute of him would always stand out and this was his love for the Qur’an. A lot of Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum have such connection with the Qur’an, but what makes Abu Bakr well known in this area was how he would frequently cry or couldn’t hold back his tears whenever he recited the Qur’an.
See, this great man had such a lifelong attachment to the Qur’an, it was just so amazing. He was a man who memorized the Noble Qur’an, contemplated its meanings, and applied its teachings.
Also, he never spoke about the Qur’an without knowledge. If he was asked about the meaning of a verse, and if he knew its meaning, he would impart his knowledge. But if he didn’t know the meaning of a particular verse, he would reply, "What earth will carry me and what sky will give me shade if I say about the Book of Allah a meaning that Allah did not intend."
_____
Now, let us ponder about this wisdom that this great man left behind. Indeed, there are verses in the Qur’an that only Allah Azza Wa Jall knows, and the knowledge of the Qur’an is given only to chosen people by Allah Azza Wa Jall, we cannot indeed merely interpret it’s meanings without proper knowledge.
Let us learn from Abu Bakr, let us impart the knowledge that we are bestowed upon by Allah Azza Wa Jall and have learnt, when asked or when we want to explain something to clear some misconceptions about Islam, it is indeed a duty for us as Muslims.
But let your fear of Allah stop you from answering such questions from people regarding your deen. Do not answer people without proper knowledge about a matter in hand, look at Abu Bakr, he was a knowledgeable man but not every knowledgeable man knows everything. 
Remember, there is something that you do not know that someone knows about, and there is something that you know that someone else doesn’t know about, that is why we need to impart and partake knowledge, we learn from each other, so let not the greed for knowledge stop you from sharing what you know and let not the greed for self-interest lure you to speak about something you do not know of.
_____
And we pray that Allah Azza Wa Jall bestows upon us such knowledge and make us among those people who are generously sharing the knowledge that they are given and also may He make us among those people who are always eager to learn from other people. 
Amin.
Zohayma_____
Story about Abu Bakr was taken from At Tarikh Al Khulafa, As-Suyuti, p. 117

storiesofthesahabah:

How beautiful of a man was Abu Bakr As Sideeq Radiyallahu Anhu.

Indeed it was with his grand characteristics that truly made him the Khalifah of the Messenger of Allah Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.

When we talk about him, we cannot deny the fact that he was such a soft-hearted man, so generous and embodied such beautiful faith and trust in Allah Azza Wa Jall and great love for His Messenger Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.

Amidst all these beautiful attributes, one attribute of him would always stand out and this was his love for the Qur’an. A lot of Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum have such connection with the Qur’an, but what makes Abu Bakr well known in this area was how he would frequently cry or couldn’t hold back his tears whenever he recited the Qur’an.

See, this great man had such a lifelong attachment to the Qur’an, it was just so amazing. He was a man who memorized the Noble Qur’an, contemplated its meanings, and applied its teachings.

Also, he never spoke about the Qur’an without knowledge. If he was asked about the meaning of a verse, and if he knew its meaning, he would impart his knowledge. But if he didn’t know the meaning of a particular verse, he would reply, "What earth will carry me and what sky will give me shade if I say about the Book of Allah a meaning that Allah did not intend."

_____

Now, let us ponder about this wisdom that this great man left behind. Indeed, there are verses in the Qur’an that only Allah Azza Wa Jall knows, and the knowledge of the Qur’an is given only to chosen people by Allah Azza Wa Jall, we cannot indeed merely interpret it’s meanings without proper knowledge.

Let us learn from Abu Bakr, let us impart the knowledge that we are bestowed upon by Allah Azza Wa Jall and have learnt, when asked or when we want to explain something to clear some misconceptions about Islam, it is indeed a duty for us as Muslims.

But let your fear of Allah stop you from answering such questions from people regarding your deen. Do not answer people without proper knowledge about a matter in hand, look at Abu Bakr, he was a knowledgeable man but not every knowledgeable man knows everything. 

Remember, there is something that you do not know that someone knows about, and there is something that you know that someone else doesn’t know about, that is why we need to impart and partake knowledge, we learn from each other, so let not the greed for knowledge stop you from sharing what you know and let not the greed for self-interest lure you to speak about something you do not know of.

_____

And we pray that Allah Azza Wa Jall bestows upon us such knowledge and make us among those people who are generously sharing the knowledge that they are given and also may He make us among those people who are always eager to learn from other people. 

Amin.

Zohayma
_____

Story about Abu Bakr was taken from At Tarikh Al Khulafa, As-Suyuti, p. 117

lionofallah:

Allah comes between a person and his heart - Surah Anfal
- www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

Allah comes between a person and his heart - Surah Anfal

- www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

The Prophet used to also show a great deal of affection towards his wives. Aisha reported that the Prophet would only enjoy his meals when she would sit next to him. They would drink from one cup and he would watch where Aisha would place her lips on the cup so that he could place his lips on the exact position. He would eat from a bone after she would eat from it, placing his mouth where she had eaten. [Muslim]

More Inspiration | www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

The Prophet used to also show a great deal of affection towards his wives. Aisha reported that the Prophet would only enjoy his meals when she would sit next to him. They would drink from one cup and he would watch where Aisha would place her lips on the cup so that he could place his lips on the exact position. He would eat from a bone after she would eat from it, placing his mouth where she had eaten. [Muslim]
More Inspiration | www.lionofAllah.com
lionofallah:

…But perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah Knows, while you know not.

Surah Baqarah | Verse 216Oh Allah ﷻ protect my heart from being attached to something that will not benefit me in my Akhira.- www.lionofallah.com

lionofallah:

…But perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah Knows, while you know not.

Surah Baqarah | Verse 216

Oh Allah ﷻ protect my heart from being attached to something that will not benefit me in my Akhira.

- www.lionofallah.com

maxkirin:

Neil Gaiman’s 8 Rules of Writing, a remake of this post. Source.

Want more writerly content? Make sure to follow maxkirin.tumblr.com for your daily dose of writer positivity, advice, and prompts!

productivemuslim:

**NEW POST** 5 Hacks To Be a Better Daughter!
Tip #1: Prioritise your parents over other tasks
“One of the biggest lessons I have learnt as a Muslimah is that despite the demands on our time from work, personal goals and other aspirations – we must do our best to prioritise our parents over other less important tasks. It isn’t easy! However, making sure you are flexible and checking in with your parents before making other commitments outside of work life can really help you manage your family tasks and fulfil your duties to your parents.”
Click to read more: http://proms.ly/1tx3cjx
May Allaah [Subḥānahū Wa Ta’ālā] guide us to be the best to our parents! Aameen!

Follow us: @ProductiveMmah on Twitter | ProductiveMuslimah on Facebook

productivemuslim:

**NEW POST** 5 Hacks To Be a Better Daughter!

Tip #1: Prioritise your parents over other tasks

“One of the biggest lessons I have learnt as a Muslimah is that despite the demands on our time from work, personal goals and other aspirations – we must do our best to prioritise our parents over other less important tasks. It isn’t easy! However, making sure you are flexible and checking in with your parents before making other commitments outside of work life can really help you manage your family tasks and fulfil your duties to your parents.”

Click to read more: http://proms.ly/1tx3cjx

May Allaah [Subḥānahū Wa Ta’ālā] guide us to be the best to our parents! Aameen!

Follow us: @ProductiveMmah on Twitter | ProductiveMuslimah on Facebook

allahaljalil:

allahaljalil.tumblr.com
This is why we respect our elders, and protect our youngers. They are the softest at heart and need care the most.
The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “He is not of us who does not have mercy on young children, nor honor the elderly”(Al-Tirmidhi)
Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As: The Prophet said: Those who do not show mercy to our young ones and do not realize the right of our elders are not from us (Sunan Abu Dawud).
“Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him, and that you be kind to your parents. If one or both of them reach old age with you, do not say to them a word of disrespect, or scold them, but say a generous word to them. And act humbly to them in mercy, and say, ‘My Lord, have mercy on them, since they cared for me when I was small.” (17: 23-24)

allahaljalil:

allahaljalil.tumblr.com

This is why we respect our elders, and protect our youngers. They are the softest at heart and need care the most.

The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “He is not of us who does not have mercy on young children, nor honor the elderly”
(Al-Tirmidhi)

Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As: The Prophet said: Those who do not show mercy to our young ones and do not realize the right of our elders are not from us (Sunan Abu Dawud).

“Your Lord has commanded that you worship none but Him, and that you be kind to your parents. If one or both of them reach old age with you, do not say to them a word of disrespect, or scold them, but say a generous word to them. And act humbly to them in mercy, and say, ‘My Lord, have mercy on them, since they cared for me when I was small.” (17: 23-24)

storiesofthesahabah:

Make the most of your time, repent.

storiesofthesahabah:

Make the most of your time, repent.

storiesofthesahabah:

How beautiful of a man was Abu Bakr As Sideeq Radiyallahu Anhu.
Indeed it was with his grand characteristics that truly made him the Khalifah of the Messenger of Allah Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.
When we talk about him, we cannot deny the fact that he was such a soft-hearted man, so generous and embodied such beautiful faith and trust in Allah Azza Wa Jall and great love for His Messenger Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.
Amidst all these beautiful attributes, one attribute of him would always stand out and this was his love for the Qur’an. A lot of Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum have such connection with the Qur’an, but what makes Abu Bakr well known in this area was how he would frequently cry or couldn’t hold back his tears whenever he recited the Qur’an.
See, this great man had such a lifelong attachment to the Qur’an, it was just so amazing. He was a man who memorized the Noble Qur’an, contemplated its meanings, and applied its teachings.
Also, he never spoke about the Qur’an without knowledge. If he was asked about the meaning of a verse, and if he knew its meaning, he would impart his knowledge. But if he didn’t know the meaning of a particular verse, he would reply, "What earth will carry me and what sky will give me shade if I say about the Book of Allah a meaning that Allah did not intend."
_____
Now, let us ponder about this wisdom that this great man left behind. Indeed, there are verses in the Qur’an that only Allah Azza Wa Jall knows, and the knowledge of the Qur’an is given only to chosen people by Allah Azza Wa Jall, we cannot indeed merely interpret it’s meanings without proper knowledge.
Let us learn from Abu Bakr, let us impart the knowledge that we are bestowed upon by Allah Azza Wa Jall and have learnt, when asked or when we want to explain something to clear some misconceptions about Islam, it is indeed a duty for us as Muslims.
But let your fear of Allah stop you from answering such questions from people regarding your deen. Do not answer people without proper knowledge about a matter in hand, look at Abu Bakr, he was a knowledgeable man but not every knowledgeable man knows everything. 
Remember, there is something that you do not know that someone knows about, and there is something that you know that someone else doesn’t know about, that is why we need to impart and partake knowledge, we learn from each other, so let not the greed for knowledge stop you from sharing what you know and let not the greed for self-interest lure you to speak about something you do not know of.
_____
And we pray that Allah Azza Wa Jall bestows upon us such knowledge and make us among those people who are generously sharing the knowledge that they are given and also may He make us among those people who are always eager to learn from other people. 
Amin.
Zohayma_____
Story about Abu Bakr was taken from At Tarikh Al Khulafa, As-Suyuti, p. 117

storiesofthesahabah:

How beautiful of a man was Abu Bakr As Sideeq Radiyallahu Anhu.

Indeed it was with his grand characteristics that truly made him the Khalifah of the Messenger of Allah Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.

When we talk about him, we cannot deny the fact that he was such a soft-hearted man, so generous and embodied such beautiful faith and trust in Allah Azza Wa Jall and great love for His Messenger Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam.

Amidst all these beautiful attributes, one attribute of him would always stand out and this was his love for the Qur’an. A lot of Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum have such connection with the Qur’an, but what makes Abu Bakr well known in this area was how he would frequently cry or couldn’t hold back his tears whenever he recited the Qur’an.

See, this great man had such a lifelong attachment to the Qur’an, it was just so amazing. He was a man who memorized the Noble Qur’an, contemplated its meanings, and applied its teachings.

Also, he never spoke about the Qur’an without knowledge. If he was asked about the meaning of a verse, and if he knew its meaning, he would impart his knowledge. But if he didn’t know the meaning of a particular verse, he would reply, "What earth will carry me and what sky will give me shade if I say about the Book of Allah a meaning that Allah did not intend."

_____

Now, let us ponder about this wisdom that this great man left behind. Indeed, there are verses in the Qur’an that only Allah Azza Wa Jall knows, and the knowledge of the Qur’an is given only to chosen people by Allah Azza Wa Jall, we cannot indeed merely interpret it’s meanings without proper knowledge.

Let us learn from Abu Bakr, let us impart the knowledge that we are bestowed upon by Allah Azza Wa Jall and have learnt, when asked or when we want to explain something to clear some misconceptions about Islam, it is indeed a duty for us as Muslims.

But let your fear of Allah stop you from answering such questions from people regarding your deen. Do not answer people without proper knowledge about a matter in hand, look at Abu Bakr, he was a knowledgeable man but not every knowledgeable man knows everything. 

Remember, there is something that you do not know that someone knows about, and there is something that you know that someone else doesn’t know about, that is why we need to impart and partake knowledge, we learn from each other, so let not the greed for knowledge stop you from sharing what you know and let not the greed for self-interest lure you to speak about something you do not know of.

_____

And we pray that Allah Azza Wa Jall bestows upon us such knowledge and make us among those people who are generously sharing the knowledge that they are given and also may He make us among those people who are always eager to learn from other people. 

Amin.

Zohayma
_____

Story about Abu Bakr was taken from At Tarikh Al Khulafa, As-Suyuti, p. 117

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