الحمد للهAll praise and gratitude is due to Allah
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A man should be like a child with his wife, but if she needs him, he should act like a man.Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (r.a.)
صبر تلخ است و ليكن بهره شيرين دارد
Patience is bitter but its result is sweet
The three most beautiful women in the world to me? My mother, and her shadow, and her image in the mirror.
Khalil Gibran (via aestheticintrovert)
How you treat yours, is how your children will treat theirs…(via pagingzshan)
And when your Lord made it known: If you are grateful, I would certainly give to you more, and if you are ungrateful, My chastisement is truly severe.
Surah Ibrahim | Verse 07
Allah O Akbar
"Ingat! Banyak orang yang jauh lebih menderita dari Anda. Bersyukurlah, banyak yang masih Anda miliki. Banyak orang yang mau bertukar tempat dengan Anda. Count your blessings, not your losses. Hitunglah nikmat Anda, jangan hitung kesedihan Anda." - A. K
permintaannya di akhir perbualan itu meruntun hati setiap yang mendengar, setiap yg melihat.
Allahu Rabbi. Lindungilah anak ini..
Allahurabbi. Beruntungnya ibu yang melahirkan mu, duhai anak.
What is Haram?
Haram is an Arabic term meaning “forbidden”. Haram is anything that is prohibited by the faith. Its antonym is halal.
The religious term haram can be applied to:
Certain foodstuffs or food ingredients, such as alcohol or pork
and also to foods, objects and people that would normally be halaal but which were tarnished in some or other way, for example meat slaughtered in a non-permitted way
Certain behaviours, such as adultery or abuse, abstention in the general elections
Haram also applies to ill-gotten wealth obtained through sin. Examples include money earned through cheating, stealing, corruption, murder or any means that involves harm to another human being.
It is prohibited in Islam for a true Muslim to profit from such Haram actions.
Avoid jealousy, for it destroys good deeds as fire destroys wood.Prophet Muhammad (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) [Riyadh-us-Salahin No. 1569] (via sibtainje)
When you feel like you’re losing your mind, simply begin reciting “Lâ hawla wa lâ quwwata illâ bi Allâh,” meaning “There is no power/strength except through Allâh.”
It’s been reported that this phrase is “a remedy for 99 ailments, of which the least is sorrow.”
May Allah grant us all peace and tranquility, and give us good in this world and the Next.