Saying Astaghfirullah (O Allah forgive me) a hundred times a day, a million times a day for 5 or 10 years… and you’ll find the doors opening one after the other. And after that may Allah bless those who don’t have children with children...
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One of the important characteristics of a Muslim is that he remains in a positive state of mind, whatever the circumstances. He tries for the best and look for wisdom. A Muslim is never in despair, not even in most difficult moments...
Our relationship with Allah is a lot like that of employer/employee. We have a purpose to worship and remember Him. If we don't fulfill our purpose, we will not be rewarded for not fulfilling our purpose. Simple.
This is a declaration of Allah’s greatness, not to mention of the Throne itself the vastness of which more than rivals the Earth and all of the heavens put together. Moreover, the preservation of the heavens and the Earth and everything else within Allah’s creation is for Allah an effortless matter.
We can pretend with other people, we can fool everyone else, we can say nice things and appear to be such a good person. Allah knows everything about us. And even though He knows everything about us, He still wants to talk to us and listen; He still wants what is best for us. We don't need to wear any masks...
Who doesn’t experience moments of sadness? Who has never battled out with a sin? Who was in a relationship and he struggled to cut out that relationship? Who was financially bankrupt? We are experiencing one or the other. What are the words that we are to say when we are in pain? They are words of humility to Allah. How much Allah loves these words.
Mankind comes across many afflictions and trials, sometimes in overwhelming sequences. Removing the darkness of these worries, distresses, depression and grief is a very important matter to which Islam gives serious attention… There are many authentic du’as and supplication from Hadith which can help us remove anxieties according to Islam.
If Allah loves us, He will put us through hardships according to the level of our faith. Be sure that if you have good in your heart, He will reward you with better than what was taken from you, or hardships you have faced.
Happiness can be found in the world around us, and there are no secrets that living a healthy and balanced lifestyle, surrounded with friends and family, provide avenues for both happiness in this world, and in the next, as it’s very much in line with the way of Islam.
Who are you? And what are all of your sins compared to the mercy of Allah? Have you limited the mercy of Allah such that you believe you alone, in one lifetime can commit so many sins that Allah can not forgive? This is the highest of insult...
"I am such a tiny spec of God's creation and He is surely able to respond to my supplications, but He does not! Why? Has He abandoned me? Or does He simply not care?" Does this sound familiar?