I have my own problems, my own struggles, but I will not complain. My lord gives me more than I deserve, the fact alone that I’m breathing this very second is one of the beautiful blessings that I will never be able to repay to The Lord of the worlds. Through my bad times and my good, Allhamduiliah for life, Allhamduiliah for everything.
Anonymous said: help free Palestine? Lmao, yeah good luck with that buddy
Thanks, but I don’t believe in luck. I believe in the qadr of Allah. There will be justice, if not in this life, then indeed the next life.
Allah’s Apostle (pbuh) said, “Whoever has oppressed another person concerning his reputation or anything else, he should beg him to forgive him before the Day of Resurrection when there will be no money (to compensate for wrong deeds), but if he has good deeds, those good deeds will be taken from him according to his oppression which he has done, and if he has no good deeds, the sins of the oppressed person will be loaded on him.”Volume 3, Book 43, Number 629: Sahih Bukhari.
May Allah guide you buddy, may he guide us all!
I remember the time some guy knocked on our door trying to sell us something. He left our house saying “thanks mum” as he walked off with a container full of biryani. Our friends, neighbours, cousin all address her as their mother. She is one of the nicest people I know, Allhamduiliah I have truly been blessed with such a lovely mother. Despite all the things she has been through she welcomes anyone and everyone who crosses her path with her arms wide open.
May Allah open the gates of jannat-firdaus for all our mothers.
Ismail Mahmoud Bakir, 9, Ahed Atef Bakir, 10, Zakariya Ahed Bakir, 10,Mohammad Ramiz Bakir, 11
These are the four innocent boys who lost their right to live by the evil Israeli terrorist. To many people, these boys are nothing but names. They lost their right to grow up, imagine waking up and never being able to see your child again. Never being able to watching them as they grow up into men. Not only was four innocent young lives taken away today, but Israel also took the lives of their mothers. How can a mother ever live her life in peace knowing that her child was taken away from her unjustly. If someone did this to my brothers and cousins, I wouldn’t know how I could live in this world knowing that they were killed unjustly. Allhamduilliah for having islam in my life, knowing that Allah is always near makes this life worth living. What makes this more painful is that this is happening all over the world.
Thank Allah for what he has blessed you with and remember your brothers and sister around the world who are suffering.
smilelikeitsreal said: You are always so unbelievably supportive masha'Allah and I hope you know how amazing you are. Thank you, lovely. Insha'Allah you're having an amazing day :))) <333
Thank you so much, but I think you really are the lovely one. This made me smile :) you surely have made my day 💜💛💚💙
My next door neighbour is the same age as me and she is married with her first child. And I’m just here eating crisps.
I look at my two year old nephew, and I think about all the young babies in Gaza. Imagine all the tension around them, the chaos, imagine how confused they must be feeling. To look at their mothers and see their eyes filled with fear. Imagine seeing everyone around them in suffering and pain. This is happening all over the world and no child should ever have to go through such a terrifying ordeal. I just pray that Allah makes it easy for all those that are in need of his help, and may he shower his peace, blessings and mercy upon all the little babies of the Ummah and upon their families too.