— (via moeyhashy)
— Mufti Ismail Menk (via thepathofabeliever)
O Allah, put blessing in my hours and put blessing in my days, put blessing in my doings and put blessing in my ways. Heal me when I am weak and guide me when I am lost.
Anger is shaitaan.
Shaitaan is made of fire.
Deminish fire with water.
Conclusion: when angry: Do wudhu.
Still angry? Sit down.
Still angry? Lie down.
Still angry? Go in sujood, remember your Lord. Ask for forgiveness. Remember the rewards of patience.
Do not let shaitaan win this battle.
Do not grow weak before he who shall spend eternity in the depths of hell.
— (via islamicrays)
— (via thefortunatemuslim)
— ‘Umar Ibn Al-Khattaab, az-Zuhd, p.101. (via wayofthesalaf)
— Sayyidi Syakh Dr. Muhammad bin Yahya al Husayni an-Ninowy (via ukhty-nur)
Allahumma tawafanee wa anta radhin ‘anee.
ya Allah, cause me to die in such a state that You are pleased with me.