Who said guidance would be easy. It comes to those who can carry their weight and the weight of those around them. To the true slaves and servants of Allah. And their are ranks even after that. Higher ranks means higher struggle. Feels like the weight of the world is on your back, and it may even be, bear it. Allah does not burden a soul more than it can bear. Imagine the look on RasoolAllah SallahuAlaihi wasalam’s face when he greets you after you struggle through this life. He will know that the coal only got hotter and you held on because he set up damn well examples for us. SallahuAlaihi wasalam. And imagine meeting Allah!!! Do it for HIS sake and attain HIS mercy. Imagine hearing, “You did well” and are admitted into paradise. Ya Allah.. Ya Allah.. Make us from the people of Al firdous.. Allahumma Ameen
The couple who marries for the sake of Allah, knows that life is too short for meaningless arguments. They don’t marry thinking “What can this person give me”. They marry thinking “What can I give this person”.
Because they know that fulfilling each others rights equals gaining the love of Allah. Bi’idnillah.
It’s okay if your kindness isn’t appreciated. Do it for the sake of Allah and you’ll feel better. And continue to be a better person. You’ll never know who will follow your footstep and spread kindness.
Marriage gets a lot better when you stop expecting it to be perfection. The moment you change your expectations of love your heart is now ready to mature into real love.
A love that comes packaged in a dunyah which is like a prisoner for the believer. Yes, we love in some form of temporary prison, and yet, within it’s limitations there is immense beauty and breathtaking moments to be experienced. The mercy of Allah is great, and His signs are everywhere.
Even in love. But His tests are there too. The ones to shape us, remind us of Who we need the most, of Who is going to save us. Of Whose love is the greatest.
Let go of seeking perfection and instead, embrace the journey of growing together in love and worship for the sake of Allah.
How beautiful is it that a servant forgives the one who backbites about him or who slanders him, and stays silent when he could have responded, all for the sake of Allah. How beautiful then will be his meeting with Allah? Imagine Allah saying to you, “You showed Mercy and forgave My slave, so today I forgive you.”