I ask you all to please keep me, and my family in your duas.

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Whoever has offended you and then approached you to apologize, humility obligates that you accept his apology whether it is truthful or not, and that you leave his secret thoughts to Allah. The sign of generosity and humility is that if you notice a defect in his apology, you do not address it nor hold him against it. Ibn al-Qayyim, Madaarij as-Salikeen (Ranks of the Wayfarers), 2/338. (via brotherhoodinislam)

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How do you sleep at night knowing you’ve caused distress to another human being? 

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So do not represent yourselves as righteous, for He knows best who fears Him. (53:32)
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If you have no shame, do as you please.


Maa shaa Allah, if you ask the majority of people who use the term ‘madkhali’ why they use it, they will not have an answer for you.

If you inform them that the Madkhilah(Madkhalis) are an actual tribe, known for the numerous scholars they have put forth(Like Shaykh Rabee’, Shaykh Fawaz, Shaykh…

This. Allahumma aameen

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Shaykh muhammed bin haadi “rectifying the heart with the Quraan”

[1] The means that were mentioned by the Shaykh are the following:

Firstly: reciting the Qur’aan.

Secondly: reading the Sunnah of the Prophet – sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam – and his Seerah.

Thirdly: reading the reports of the Companions and the righteous people, and their biographies.

Fourthly: reading the books of admonitions which remind the person. For verily, they are like the lashes which wake up the person, they hit a person in the heart so that he wakes up and becomes alert.

Fifthly: accompanying the righteous people.

Sixthly: staying away from accompanying the evil people from the people of desires, innovations, sins and wickedness.

Seventhly: it is upon him to always perform du’aa.

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I think if we give an hour of our day and dedicate it to reminding ourselves of death, we would learn to utilize every minute of every second of every day in benefiting and doing better and being better and working harder so that the hour we spent on reminding ourselves of death, could unravel itself in the moments of death and we would have understood, that we have lived. We have lived by benefiting and doing better and being better and working harder. 

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Is the Quran not more deserving of your attention than instagram?


You check your twitter, your instagram, your facebook every five minutes. Imagine if you were to check the mushaf that many times. That every five mintues you looked into the Quran and reviewed your memorization?

Imagine how that would aid you? Imagine how your love for the speech of Allah would…

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Giving up striving completely!


Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jauziyyah:

“Whoever gives up striving completely, his religious motives will become weak and his motive to follow his desires will become strong, but when he trains himself to go against his desires, he can defeat them whenever he wants.”

(Uddat al-Saabireen, 1/46)

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كلا مك مكتوب وقو لك محسوب وأنت يا هـذا مطلوب ، لك ذ نوب و ما تتوب ، وشمس الحياة قد أخذت في الغرو ب فما أقسي قلبك بين القلو ب

Your words are written, what you say you will be held accountable for, O you, you are being recalled [By Allaah], and you have sins yet you don’t repent, even though the sun of life has started setting. How hard is your heart among hearts!

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If you want to look at your relationship with your Lord then look at your relationship with the Quraan and your salah.

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