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If you believe in justice, surely you believe in the hereafter, because this world is not just.
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan (via to-salsabeel)

(Source: heartheraindrops-fall)

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abumusaa:

Don’t belittle any sin!

Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله]: ❝It may be that you enter the hellfire for one single sin you committed.❞ [al-Fawaa-id p. 342]

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in-the-footsteps-of-the-sahaabah:

Ibn Al-Qayyim, (rahimahu Allah), says:

The Qur’an is the complete healing for all mental, spiritual and physical diseases, all diseases of this world and the Hereafter. But not everyone is guided to use it for the purpose of healing. If the sick person uses the Qur’an for healing in the proper way, and applies it to his disease with sincerity, faith, complete acceptance and firm conviction, fulfilling all its conditions, then no disease can resist it.
How can disease resist the words of the Lord of heaven and earth which, if He had revealed it to the mountains they would have crumbled and if He had revealed it to the earth it would have broken it apart? There is no sickness, spiritual or physical, but in the Qur’an there is that which indicates its remedy, its cause and how to protect against it for those who are blessed with understanding of His Book.

[Zaad al-Ma’aad, 4/352]

in-the-footsteps-of-the-sahaabah:

Ibn Al-Qayyim, (rahimahu Allah), says:

The Qur’an is the complete healing for all mental, spiritual and physical diseases, all diseases of this world and the Hereafter. But not everyone is guided to use it for the purpose of healing. If the sick person uses the Qur’an for healing in the proper way, and applies it to his disease with sincerity, faith, complete acceptance and firm conviction, fulfilling all its conditions, then no disease can resist it.

How can disease resist the words of the Lord of heaven and earth which, if He had revealed it to the mountains they would have crumbled and if He had revealed it to the earth it would have broken it apart? There is no sickness, spiritual or physical, but in the Qur’an there is that which indicates its remedy, its cause and how to protect against it for those who are blessed with understanding of His Book.

[Zaad al-Ma’aad, 4/352]

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Better a broken heart than a hardened one.

Dalia Mogahed  (via khadlja

subhanallah.

(via islamsadvocate)

(Source: islamicrays)

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dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Shaykh Nasir al-Din al-Albaani was asked by his students about debates in religion and others being harsh in opposing them, his reply was: 

"Be the slave of Allah who is oppressed, and do not ever be the slave of Allah who is the oppressor. Stay sincere and say the truth regardless of what they say about you" 

(Silsilatul-Huda wan-Noor 350; 16:10)

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Much of your pain is self-chosen.
خليل جبران Khalil Gibran  (via arabarabarab)

(Source: antieverythingism)

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thepiercingstar:

Ya Allah, Ya Rahman, Ya Rahim, let us all reach Ramadhan, Ameen!

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asifeq:

Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah says, 

“If there was only one verse that was revealed to show you the greatness of Du’a, then this verse would be enough,

“Remember Me and I will Remember You.”


Surah al-Baqarah : Ayah 152