Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu. All praises are for Allah alone who destined you to be my visitor today.
A glimpse of my work is here for you to decide to give me a chance to be your entertainer for a while.
When I write, I am a cook. I cut my words in to pieces and from it make a delicious food.
When I write, I am a musician. I convert my words into a rhythmic tone that comes out from a musical instrument.
When I write, I am a bird. I fly freely in the sky and make people tour with those little words.
When I write, I am a magician. I appear those words out of no where and present them in front of people.
When I write, I am not just a writer. I am the feeling that every person wants to express.
Someone said the dua on your tongue tells about the love in your heart. How often do you talk to Allah about Allah and your relationship? How often do you ask him to make your bond the strongest? How often do you ask him that your ibadah be the coolness of your eyes rather being a dragged compulsion? How often do you ask Him to depart you and shirk just as he departed mashriq and maghrib? How often do you ask him to be among the most beloved servant of him? How often do you make duas to improve your relationship with Allah after all he should be consuming the most loved part in your heart? How often?
How ignorant is man that he works all his life to earn so that he sleeps peacefully at night but when it comes to grave where man will sleep for a longer time, he doesn't give heed to surat-ul-mulk which takes just less than 15 minutes.
~via Door to Jannah.
Don't let your kids watch those fictional things which teach them nothing but false instead recite them the stories of prophets and sahabas which all together will form their good character.
~via Islamic Thoughts.
- JoinedApril 19, 2015