I hope I can meet this man one day, rahmat Allah alayhi. He speaks my heart so deeply, every time:
"Had Allah lifted the veil for his slave and shown him how He handles his affairs for him, and how Allah is more keen for the benefit of the slave than his own self, his heart would have melted out of the love for Allah and would have been torn to pieces out of thankfulness to Allah. Therefore if the pains of this world tire you do not grieve. For it may be that Allah wishes to hear your voice by way of duaa. So pour out your desires in prostration and forget about it and know; that verily Allah does not forget it."
– Ibn al Qayyim rahimahullah
Allah says, “Indeed, salat (prayer) prevents al-Fahsha (shamelessness, immorality, and lewdness).” [Surat Al-‘Ankabut, 45]
A Reflection: “The first thing that Shaytan will try to do is get you to stop praying. You know why? Because he has to kill the guard if he wants to penetrate the castle. Once the guard is gone, then Shaytan can open the floodgates for evil. And he has a lot of patience. He has done this to many people before so he’s experienced as well.” - Ust. Nouman Ali Khan
ربي إنزع من قلبي حب كل شيء لا تحب
"My Lord, remove from my heart the love of everything that You do not love."
What would you do if you saw a child freezing?
This Norwegian commercial warms the internet and our hearts. Please don’t forget our brothers and sisters in Syria, and all others around the world who need our help. Do whatever little you can…
"The children in Syria are freezing"
"Know that the path to Allah is not a flat one. Your iman (faith) will go up and down. Your ability to worship will go up and down. But, know that for every dip, there is also a rise. Just stay patient, stay consistent, don’t lose hope and seek help in Allah. The path is hard. The path will have bumps and drops. But, like all things in this life, this path will come to an end. And that end will make it all worth it!"
- Nouman Ali Khan (via thepathofabeliever)
He said, “It is one who spends little time with people and much time alone; who is always in thought and outwardly silent; who is in a spiritual state that overtakes his sight, hearing and speech…who does not become sad if inflicted with a calamity, and if inflicted with hunger he is not aware…who looks to Allah in times of solace, who is happy with His company and speaks to Him intimately, and does not contend with the people of this world over their world.”