"Save yourself from the disappointment of broken promises and devote yourself to the One who will never break His. People are often forgetful and are naturally predispositioned to disappoint (intentionally or unintentionally). How painful is heartbreak when it’s at hands of a loved one. And how much bliss truly lies in returning to the One who will mend all scars visible or otherwise and protect you from any harm that is to come. “So put your trust in the Ever Living One Who does not die.” [25:58]."
Shout-out to the Muslims who came from nothing, from drugs, from addiction and from bad places of depression and sickness and sadness To the converts who are still battling and struggling To those reverts who still maintain Islam in their hearts struggle after struggle against themselves, their peers, and families To those who may fall into old ways and somehow come back again, Allah SWT is with you.
This is our ummah. Constantly making duas for one other, not shaming and blaming.
As a human, you can’t fully understand the wisdom behind Allah’s plans. So if you gain something, embrace it. And if you lose something, let it be. You don’t always love what is best for you, and you don’t always hate what is terribly wrong for you. Trust in His plans for your life because that is when the best unfolds itself.
MY FRIEND IS GETTING MARRIED! I’m more than geed because FINALLY I have a wedding to look forward to. It’s not going to be some fake, ingenuine curry wedding that we usually get invited to, just because they have to (and not because they want to). She also wants a couple of our friends to do a dance performance for her mehendi (hen’s) night which I cannot wait for! Alhamdulilah, I’m feeling pretty blessed through her happiness :)