We’re so quick to make duaa when times are tough, but don’t forget to pray and thank Allah swt for when life is going well too. 

please make dua for me. i’m having the worst time of my life right now. i’m dealing with an abusive father, PTSD, stress, anxiety, depression, and suicidal thinking. i’ve lost hope to go on living, and i don’t really know what it means to be happy anymore. please pray for me, and may Allah(SWT) Reward you.

Because some of you have asked and ive been so busy to respond properly (i am so sorry)

Updates on my cousin Ali, its been three months now I believe and subhanAllah, hes still in hospital but today you would not have known he was ill, he was laughing and joking and in his old jeans and hoody and making everyone laugh as usual and calling his hospital room his pent house (he has a stunning view of the london skyline) and he even struggled his way to walk us to the door of his ward, as you would a guest to your home. Ma sha Allah. Our bhabi had a baby boy yesterday ma sha Allah and hes been sneaking to and from the baby ward. He of course gets discomfort and pain but typically Ali, he perseveres. Ma sha Allah.

All in all, I feel like ive got my bro back and it is only through the mercy of Allah swt and the power of relentless duaa and ibaadah. Truley truley Allahu Akbar. This is first and foremost a reminder to me that I should never feel helpless or as though my duaas are not worthy of being answered in the bleakest of situations, Allah swt loves those who turn to him and he invites us to open our hearts to him and ask him for his genorosity. Alhamdulillah x infinity for all we have been blessed with.

On the thought of turning a year older, I decided to do a bit of reflecting on the past 21 years that Allah SWT has blessed me with. 

A couple of things that I have learnt:

1. Make Allah your bae

Islam comes before everything and everyone else and you will achieve great things if you remember that. Yes, it will be difficult, but don’t stop. 

2. Your parents come straight after.

If you are still in your teen years, please, I beg of you, work on your relationship with your parents. I know majority of the time they are annoying and probably constantly nagging, but wallahi they are the only people in this dunya who legitimately only want the very, very, best for you. Focus on being the best daughter/son you could possibly be, change the way you treat them and I promise they will change the way they treat you. The best thing in life is having your mum as your best friend. 

3. In life, there is no losing. There is only winning or learning

If you can look at life with that perspective, if you can realise that there is forever going to be room for improvement in who you are and everything you do in life, you are guaranteed success. 

4. Your friends will make you or break you.

So choose your friends wisely. Look for those who you look up to, whose character is what you’d like to emulate. Choose those who are strong on the deen, the ones who want to be with you in Jannah. Find them, keep them close, never let them go. 

5. People will walk in and out of your life.

Let the ones who come, come. Let the ones who stay, stay. And most importantly, let the ones who go, go. But never, ever, ever, allow someone negative in your life. Ultimately, you are in control of who comes, stays and goes. Don’t be afraid to cut people out who aren’t having a positive impact on your life. 

6. This Dunya will suck you in, chew you up and spit you out. But only if you let it. 

Remember why you’re here. Keep your eye on the prize; Jannah. 

7. Your akhlaq (character) is more important than your looks, your wealth, your status or power. 

Focus on being a good person. A kind person. A genuine person. An honest person. A reliable person. Look to the Prophet Muhammed SAW and emulate his character. 

anonymous said:

Assalamu Walaikum! My family and I have been going through a hard time lately. Duaas will be much appreciated. Jazak Allah Khair.


May Allah swt ease your struggles. Ameen.

anonymous said:

Can you explain to me where babies come from ?

I’m gonna tell you what my parents told me when I was 5 and when we first had the ‘talk’

so what you do is just pray real hard, like super hard and if Allah SWT thinks it’s best for you to become pregnant He will give you a special key and let your belly grow. once your belly is too big you can give the key to a doctor and he’ll open your belly for you and BAM you have baby

#bless afghan parents and their imagination

Your mother, your mother, your mother. 

Nearly 21 years in the game and it’s only just hit me how ridiculously amazing, strong, determined and fabulous my mother is. May Allah reward her with the highest place in Jannah. 

I wish I had realised this a lot earlier. That my mother, she comes after Allah SWT and before anyone else.

She is my best friend, our relationship is something I am so grateful for, alhumdulilah. She is legit the only person in this dunya who genuinely wants only what’s best for me and who will sacrifice for herself in order for me to achieve that. 

I don’t know how I’m going to handle leaving her one day when I get married. I don’t know how I can ever repay her for everything she’s done and everything she’s sacrificed for me. 

Ya Rabb, have mercy on my mother as she had mercy on me when I was a child. Save her from the punishment of the grave and the fire, and grant the highest place in Jannah. Grant her all that is good in this world and in the hereafter. Ya Allah, help me to be the best possible daughter. 

I have a good life for the most part. Everything I could ask for. Alhamdulillah. Parents are supportive, my husband is extremely understanding I have a select few very good friends who would drop what their doing to be there for me. But I feel like something is missing. Like I’m in a room full of people and yet I’m alone. I feel empty inside. No energy. It takes so much for me to get out of bed in the morning. For 10 years I’ve put a fake smile on and became very good at pretending everything is okay. Well it’s not. It’s not okay. I’m not okay. I’m at a low and I don’t know how to handle it. I make dua to Allah (swt) for just the slightest bit of happiness. But I still feel hopeless. Medicine doesn’t seem to help anymore. I don’t know where to turn. I just can’t keep going like this. I’m trying so hard to hold on to my deen have patience but it’s slowly slipping away. Ya Allah please help me. Ya Allah please.

anonymous said:

Salam pleas pray thAt I will be exempted from pain and that my day will be full of joy and free from stress. Also pray that my close friend won't get bashed and for us to be free from trouble. JazakAllahu Kher.


May Allah swt grant you shifa and a good day and ease your friend’s struggles. Ameen.


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People often mistake an Islamic personality with an intolerant and harsh individual spouting hadiths and ayats all day long.

An Islamic personality is kindness in the face of hostility, charity in the state of poverty, love in the face of anger, calmness amidst troubles and an overwhelming reliance on Allah swt. Islam is humility. Islam is submission.