( وألقيت عليك محبة مني )
المحبة رزق من الله ، لا تُشترى بالمال ولا بالجاه والسلطة ،
إذا وجدت نفسك محبوبا بين الناس فاحمد الله على رزقه
Love is a Provision from Allah which you cannot buy with money or prestige and power
So, if you find yourself loved among people; then thank Allah for His Provision.
When I die
A Stranger has not captured me,
I have not been imprisoned,
I have not been kidnapped,
But I have been taken away by the most merciful ALLAH SWT
Who created you and me.
-The End Series-
Just Imagine a garden as wide as the heavens and the Earth has been Prepared by Allah SWT for the righteous. #JannahAwesome #MissionAdmission
﴾How excellent a slave! Indeed he was one repeatedly turning back [to Allāh]﴿ Ṣād:30
Be an excellent slave of Allāh; return to Him!
Via Abeer Sadary
Allah, the Most High, says:
“… had you been rude [in speech] and hard-hearted, they would have dispersed and left you…” [Surat Ali `Imran: 159]
A Reflection: Allah coupled being rude in speech with being hard-hearted. To know the state of your heart, listen to your words
Via Quran Weekly
And if only they upheld [the law of] the Torah, the Gospel, and what has been revealed to them from their Lord, they would have consumed [provision] from above them and from beneath their feet. Among them are a moderate community, but many of them – evil is that which they do.
Reflection: You just got to do 1 thing: Live according to Quran, become people of Akhira and this dunya will come falling into your lap out of nowhere…
Via Nouman Ali Khan Quran Weekly
Day 28/Juz 28:-
“Have you not considered that Allah knows what is in the heavens and what is on the earth? There is in no private conversation of three but that He is the fourth of them, nor are there five but that He is the sixth of them – and no less than that and no more except that He is with them [in knowledge] wherever they are. Then He will inform them of what they did, on the Day of Resurrection. Indeed Allah is the All-Knower of all things.” [al-Mujadilah: 7]
This is *the* verse which we should all carry with us whenever we sit and talk with friends, family, and even strangers. If ever we find ourselves getting comfortable and gossip comes up, or it leads to things like back-biting and just generally godless speech, then this is the verse to remember. Subhan’Allah, you are never alone. And this can be the most comforting thing to know, and yet it can also be the most fearful thing to realise; that you are not alone.
The verse doesn’t just talk about normal conversation between people… it specifically mentions the ‘najwah’ – those secretive talks, or emails, or messages which you think no-one will read, or you hide so much from other people. Those very private dialogues, be they with close friends, or be they with people who you really shouldn’t be having that private and personal relationship with. Allah let’s you know that He is part of that conversation and that He’s right there with His knowledge; like ‘bcc’d’ in except that Allah knows even more than just what’s talking place (and to Him belongs the highest example); He knows the intentions, thoughts, and emotions of all those who are present. Hence the verse ends with Him being the All-Knower of *all things*.
Then it all comes back on the Day of Judgement. A report. A file. A Witness. Allahul-Musta’an.
May Allah rectify our speech, our circle of friends, and also rectify our ‘najwahs’ if we ever have anything like it. May He fill it with khayr, islah (goodness), and words of remembrance, ameen.