allah my life

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الإيمان صبر في البلاء وشكر في الرخاء

Faith is: patience during difficulty, and thankfulness during prosperity.

• Patience: (ṣabr - صَبْرٌ)

• Thankfulness: (shukr - شكر)

both are highly esteemed virtues in Islam

Bir kimse günde 100 defa “Subhanallahi ve bihamdihi” derse, onun günahları deniz köpüğü kadar bile olsa hepsi bağışlanır.

Müslim, Zikir, 28.

Thank You Allah!

Thank you Allah for the mind that produced these words.
Thank you Allah, for private thoughts, shared with only You, unheard.

Thank you Allah for gracing me to see another day.
Thank you Allah for blessing me with the ability to say…
“Thank you Allah.”

Thank you Allah for the air I breathe and food I eat.
Thank you Allah for my pain-stricken, but still usable feet.

Thank you Allah for a place I can call home.
Thank you Allah for never leaving me alone.

Thank you Allah for 20/Something vision that allows me to see.
Thank you Allah for quickening me by your awesome command, “Be!”

Thank you Allah for all the blessings great and small.
Thank you Allah for enriching my life with the ability to still shoot, kick and throw a ball.

Thank you Allah for placing faith, however defective, in my heart.
Thank you Allah for blessing me to know where all blessings start.

Thank you Allah for bringing those who love me into my life.
Thank you Allah for a concerned, loving, believing wife.

Thank you Allah for peace of mind and calm of spirit.
Thank you Allah for sending a Messenger with a call, and for my ability to hear it.

Thank you Allah for elevating me though no virtue I possess.
Thank you Allah for removing from me grief, worry, anxiety and stress.

Thank you Allah for friends who have stayed by my side.
Thank you Allah for the strength to withstand the waves of disbelief, rising in our world like a red tide.

Thank you Allah for the gift of gab which allows me to say,
“Thank you Allah, every second, minute and hour of each passing day.”

Thank you Allah! Thank you Allah! Thank you Allah!

—  Imam Zaid Shakir
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Peygamber mührünün günün ilk görülen şeyi olduğunda hafızayı geliştirdiğini öğrendik. Ve telefonlar için duvar kağıtları hazırladık :) 

If you don’t understand Islam, take my advice. Go to a view point outside of the city in the evening during Ramadan. You will without a doubt find a group of Muslims waiting until sunset to break their fast. They will have blankets and prayer mats on the grass and music playing, they will have food ready to eat and they will be joyfully celebrating this time with Allah. On my life, if they see you, they will invite you over to eat and they will welcome and enlighten you.

I never knew people could be so opening and kind until three years ago, when I was having a bad day so I decided to end the night at a high point and clear my mind. I was sitting alone and someone approached me and asked if I was okay. I was welcomed by a group of people, I didn’t even know they were Muslims. We prayed, we ate and then we talked. I go back every year now and honestly I have never felt more closer to God. I am not Muslim, I don’t follow any religion as of yet, but yeah.. I love Ramadan.

Ramadan Mubarak
Kul ‘am wa enta bi-khair

Allah sana verdikleriyle senden bir şeyler bekliyor.

~Hekimoğlu İsmail

Sevgili Peygamberimize (sallallahu aleyhi ve sellem) uyma konusunda gayret göstermek kişiyi sevilenlerden olmaya sevk eder.

~İmam-ı Rabbani | Mektubat, C.1, Mektup 41.

Yoksa siz, sadece BİR dilek hakkınızın olduğuna mı inanıyorsunuz?

“Allah’ın fazlından isteyin. Allah Kendinden istenmesini sever. İbadetlerin makbulu, ferahlığı beklemektir.”

| Hadis-i Şerif, Tirmizi