Have you ever felt that special strength after you have finished offering Salātul-Fâjr? That feeling that you have fulfilled an obligation to Allāh, that you have pleased Him through it? Subhan'Allāh. 

Indeed, in its silence you find that inevitable strength within you.

and we pray that Allāh puts in our hearts that eagerness to always wake up in the midst of the solemnity of the morning dawn and defeat Shaitān by making wudhū to stand firm on our salāt and have that beautiful talk with Allāh, in sha Allāh and of course witness that beautiful transition of darkness to light. subhan'Allāh!

May Allāh bless you all. Amīn.


Drafting calligraphy sketches of the names of the female companions included on my upcoming book “Love letters by the sand”

Asking for sincerest prayers that may Allāh Azza wa Jall help and guide me through it. Amīn

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Do you spend time or even make time for your parents, dear slave of Al Wadood? 

It’s painfully fascinating how a child can bear not to ask of his mother nor ask of his father, how they are or even give a beautiful salaam or greeting to them as they arrive from work, school or play.

I’ve seen a lot of brothers and sisters nowadays stating on their fb, twitter, tumblr or all these social networking sites how they yearn for marriage if not marriage then how they yearn for babies, ma sha Allaah, this is truly wonderful but then again after few minutes they rant about their parents! Astagfirullah. How disdained are you with your tongue?

Don’t you realize that the way you pray and yearn to have a baby of your own might be the exact way that your parents have prayed and yearned for you, or even more?

Have you not realized what happiness you give them for a single smile, a simple thank you and a whispered i love you? How can you feel shame of this kind of love and proud of your haraam relationship? Why do you feel the need to shun them when your friends are in front of you when not for a single moment did your parents even been less proud of you?

And when they reached old age, how shameful are you to bring them out? how much ignorance do you give them when all they ask is that you give them time, even just take peek and say hi then go? wallah these things bring so much joy to their hearts, but how stone hearted are you?

O dear slave of Al Wadood, The Ever Loving, be reminded of what your Lord says in the Qur'ān;

“And your Lord has decreed that you not worship except Him, and to parents, good treatment. Whether one or both of them reach old age [while] with you, say not to them [so much as], "uff,” and do not repel them but speak to them a noble word.“ 17:23

Where or what part of your heart has that need of speaking ill of them to the world? When wallahi, they have raised you with their sweat, tears, blood, with every single thing they have? So that you would be who you are now? Why, o Muslim, why is there a need to talk ill of them on these places? 

My dear brothers and sisters, this article has been made because this issue of ranting about parents on the internet had taken its toll. Allāh says in the Qur'ān;

”Every soul shall have a taste of death in the end to Us shall ye be brought back" 29:57

You’re a Muslim and you know this, so how can you live a life full of disrespect to your parents when you know what Allāh has said in the Qur'ān in regards of treating & speaking of them?

Wallah, if you do that, go to your mother now kiss her and ask her for forgiveness, you haven’t tasted her pain on delivering you to this world, she embraced the pain for you to live. 

Then go to your father, hug and kiss him and ask for his forgiveness, you don’t know how he worked day and night just to have you provided with things you ask, he sacrificed his dreams just for you to have yours.

After that I ask you O Muslim to pray to Allāh saying;

“My Lord, have mercy upon them as they brought me up [when I was] small.” 17:24

My brothers and sisters in Islam, know that our time with our parents are limited, we will all return back to Allāh and only Allāh knows when is that, your parents may go first or you may go first, so spend and make time for your parents, have the ears to listen to their stories, the eyes to see the smiles in their faces, and the heart that will always ask for forgiveness for them from Allāh. 

And when they’re all old, take care of them, for it may be a reason for you to enter Paradise. 

Don’t wait for the time that you lose them to make you realize their worth. Make your time worthy in dunya, make it worthy for Jannah. in sha Allāh.

and with this I ask that we all be enlightened with the Love of Allāh for us to be grateful for everything that we have and for us to not neglect the mercy and gift that He has given us, our parents.

Wallah, when they pass away, you will think back and realize all those moments that you’ve missed because you haven’t given enough time for them. I know because right now all i ask is that my mom (Allah yerhama) be granted Jannah. in sha Allāh. Amin.

So I’m really telling you sincerely to spend and make time for you parents. 
in sha Allāh. 


Indeed, we have entered the last ten days of Ramadhan, oh how time flies, our beloved visitor is about to leave, so please let us make the last few days count, let’s live it to the fullest, in sha Allaah.

The whole month of Ramadhan, more than making dawa'ah, is also a month of self rejuvenation, it is but a month to heal ourselves, and make better ourselves for Allaah, it is a month dedicated for ourselves, to perform much dhikr, ibadah, reciting and reading Qur'an, a month to go over and restudy and learn more about our deen, this beautiful gift of Mercy from Allaah.

So in the last few days of Ramadhan, make du'a, and lots and lots of du'a, there must be a lot of du'as that you have memorized and you have learned, but remember the du'a that is best is the one that comes from the heart, out of sincerity and repentance, ask and seek for His Light, Guidance, Mercy and Blessings, call upon Him on His Beautiful Names. 

Allaah says;

“Call upon me, I will respond to you.” 40:60


May Allaah accept all our ibadah, fasts and good deeds and at the end may He have and bestow upon us His Mercy and Love. Amin.



Know that with every beat of your heart, (it) itself remembers and glorifies Allaah.

“Rubb Rubb Rubb.”


So stay humble, give thanks, abundantly. 

You are still alive for a purpose, make everyday count, remind yourself, help yourself and save your soul.

Do good deeds, repent as much and forgive. in sha Allaah.



Sinful yet sinless or Sinless yet sinful?

Yes indeed, as ironic as it seems but that’s how it is, that’s how “some” of us have set our minds. So sad, how this mindset has closed doors in our thoughts and stained our hearts with hypocrisy. 

It’s so sad how we walk upon this earth thinking that we are sinless, that we haven’t done anything and i mean any single wrong thing in our lives, that we are so pure that we are now bestowed with some authority on finding faults in others and talk about them. Astagfirullah, how rotten have our hearts become?  

It’s so sad, wallahi, it’s so sad how this mindset had deluded our minds and sank our hearts in a great lie.

Let me bring you back to reality dear soul, YOU ARE A SINFUL SLAVE OF ALLAAH AZZA WA JALL, and you know that, deep inside you, you know you have committed sins, and if you can’t be true to yourself then who would be?

Believe me but this mindset that you have that you think you are actually asking forgiveness from Allaah Azza Wa Jall yet you can’t be true to yourself that you have committed a sin, it won’t do you any good.

You have to know and accept the fact that you have made a sin, SINCERITY is a must when you ask for forgiveness or in your repentance. How can you truly repent to Allaah Azza Wa Jall when in that corner of your heart stands that arrogance of yours saying “I didn’t do that, but i’m just asking for forgiveness”? 

It’s like you asking someone to fill your bottle with clean water yet as it gets filled with water, it discolors because of the bottle itself is and was unclean. 

My brothers and sisters in Islam, in order for us to truly ask in sincere repentance, we have to accept and be true to ourselves that we have sinned that we are not perfect people rather we are sinful persons that only and only Allaah Azza Wa Jall can purify us, through us seeking out His forgiveness in sincere repentance.

Know dear sound soul that His Doors of Mercy never closes upon you, even if you walk away from it, it will remain open until you ask forgiveness from Him, yes, that is the beauty and grandeur of His Mercy.

And if you truly believe in Allaah Azza Wa Jall, then know that Allah Azza Wa Jall is Ar Rahman Ar Raheem Al Ghafoor Al Ghaffar Al Afuww, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful, The Oft Forgiving, The Ever Forgiving, The Pardoner.

So never despair, never despair of His Mercy.

So sinful slave, next time you want to speak ill about someone, or before you want to tell others about the faults you find in others, remember that you yourself have similar sins, maybe bigger or greater sins than the one you want to speak about.

Hold and control your tongues, remember the angels are writing every word of utterance you say. Know that on that Day, no injustice can be done to each of His Slaves, know that your scribes and scrolls will be presented to you, well preserved, and you cannot deny any of it, not even a single letter.

Take heed people, we are but a number of days.

Write upon your scrolls, beautiful words, place upon your souls the fear and love you have for Allaah Azza Wa Jall, these are the scrolls you should be ever mindful of, it is the very scrolls that will testify for you and will be judged by Allaah Azza Wa Jall, strive and strive hardest to earn a high grade infront of Allaah Azza Wa Jall.

Choice is yours, will you let your sins fill your scrolls?


and we pray that Allaah Azza Wa Jall enlighten our hearts so that before we find faults in others we are able to find the good in them that we are too awestruck by it that we forget to find any bad in them, that we are able to appreciate them better with every word of exchange we have with them.



So never think that Allāh doesn’t hear you nor does he ignore or abandon you, as He says in the Qur'an;

“And He is the Hearing, the Knowing.” 2:137

So always make du'a to Him because Allāh loves to be asked.

[1] Muhammad ﷺ said;

“Allāh the Most High is Munificent & Generous and is ashamed to turn away empty & disappointed the hands of a man when he raises them to Him”

And when you feel like it’s not happening and that you are falling out of trust and your heart is filled with doubt, remember;

“And if an evil suggestion comes to you from Satan, then seek refuge in Allāh . Indeed, He is Hearing and Knowing.” 7:200


and we pray that Allah enlightens our hearts to His Light and that we may always find hope in Him even in the eye of failure and despair. Amin




[1] Ahmad | Abu Dawūd | Tirmidhī | Ibn Mājah | Al-Hākim

It truly saddens the heart how much most of the sisters nowadays, covered by their youth, lets the media and their social peers influence the way they perceive beauty. They are succumbed with the thoughts that refining what they have, enhancing what they were gifted, removing and adding things to their bodies become a need for them to do so that they become beautiful.

By Allāh, it is very alarming and painful to see. It truly breaks the heart to know that even with the way some sisters wear “modesty” becomes commercialized. 

Muhammad ﷺ once said;

“Haya will not bring anything except good.” [Bukharī]

Maintaining haya in this cruel world might be one of the toughest endeavor that a sister in Islam would face, but when we look at it, and define it our haya is actually one of the 70 branches of Iman, where Iman is one of the 3 levels of Islam.

Sister, your uniqueness defines the whole beauty in you. 

Imagine, among the zillions of His Creations, none is as same as you. Being unique is a great way of defining your beauty. People who stay firm and true to themselves are the happiest people. They do not let mere words or what is “in” affect how they see themselves, rather these are the people wherein haya and love for Allāh is preserved in their hearts.

Habibti, you are beautiful.

Allāh has done no mistakes, so don’t ever think for a second that you are not beautiful that you need to be refined, enhanced, or “remade”. This dunya is temporary, don’t sell yourself for it, rather preserved yourself because in Jannah, in Jannah, in Jannah you are most beautiful. 

So do not be weaken by their words. Do not fall into their comments. Do not let someone define you because they don’t have any right to do so, they have no right to criticize the work of the Most High.

Wallahi, don’t be someone who needs to be told she’s beautiful everyday, because that defines how weak of a clay you are.

Everything was made by His Perfectness, and so were you. So think, how can the Most Perfect One, Who is free from all mistakes, create someone with a mistake? 

Something that is unique is desired and appreciated by everyone, that even with how high or how expensive it is we strive to have, gain or obtain it, right? We find everything unique as something expensive, luxurious, beautiful. You’re unique, does this not make you beautiful? expensive? luxurious?

My love, please go look at yourself in the mirror, does someone as precious, expensive and beautiful as you require redefinition? NO.

and we pray that in our hearts we are able to seek the beauty of being grateful to what Allāh has given us, that we learn to be contented with what we have, that we learn to see the beauty even from the fragments of scars that this dunya has given us.

Be strong. Allāh made you. The Most Perfect One, The Most Powerful, The Most Great was the one who made you. 


Friends are but gifts from the All Loving Allāh, they are people that both strengthen and teach us that in life, people come and go, but what matters is how you have compelled and made their stay in your life worthy to be remembered and cherished, it’s not the number of days you’ve had them in your life or the time you’ve spent with them, it’s the actually the deep quality of relationship that you had with them that speaks out.

We should be ever mindful of choosing people who would be our companions in this dunya, we should be careful on choosing our friends for the people we choose to hang out with defines and talks so much of what a person we are. 

It is know that those who love one another for the sake of Allāh will be among those whom Allāh will shelter with His shade and upon whom He will shower His mercy and kindness. 

Muhammad ﷺ once said the following;

[1] “Allāh will ask on the Day of Judgment: ‘Where are those who loved each other for the sake of My glory? Today, - on a day when there is no shade but mine – I shall shade them with My shade.”

[2] “Allāh said: ‘Those who love one another for My glory, will have minbars of light, and the Prophets and martyrs will wish that they had the same.”

Indeed, through this kind of love lies not only a great status but the honor of being able to please Allāh, and what greater reward for a Mu'min is there other than being able to please His Rabb?

Muhammad ﷺ said;

“A man went to visit a brother of his in another village. Allāh sent an angel to wait for him on the road. When the man came along, the angel asked him, 'Where do you intend to go?’ He said, 'I am going to visit a brother of mine who lives in this village.’ The angel asked, 'Have you done him any favour (for which you are now seeking repayment)?’ He said, 'No. I just love him for the sake of Allāh’. The angel told him, I am a messenger to you from Allāh, sent to tell you that He loves you as you love your brother for His sake.” (Muslim)

Truly, we grow as others grow, and we struggle as others struggles, so don’t think you’re the only one who strives, many does, and all of you blossom at the end, and it best that you find these kind of people, because with them you learn to be more patient, to be more mindful of your deeds, more eager to please Allāh and will always be reminded to fear Allāh at all times.

Choose wisely for Allāh says; 

“Close friends on that Day will be foes to one another – except for the righteous.” 43:67

So learn to love someone for the sake of Allāh, find him and let one another blossom, encourage one another to enjoin what is good and forbid what is evil for indeed loving each other for the sake of Allaah brings out the most beautiful patience & faith that can conceal the scars of the most painful and hardest tests. :’)

For truly, a person who loves you genuinely for the sake of Allāh, cares and thinks for your akhirah. So before you look for that person, why not strive hard to be that person? in sha Allāh.

and we pray that we become among those people who love one another for the sake of Allāh, that we find in our hearts the light of appreciating even the minutest things that a friend does for us, and that we may control our nafs and pride when at times that they advice us that we had done wrong, we find the heart to listen and hear what they need to tell us. in sha Allāh.

May Allāh guide us to people that will help us become better Muslims, to people that will be just and always remind us to fear Allāh and encourage us to do good deeds. Amīn. 




[1] Muslim
[2] Tirmidhī

You are able to struggle to get high grades, sacrifice things that you love to do just that you can give good reputation to yourself infront of your family and friends, that you are able to withstand the pain of letting go of your beloved ones for the sake that you earn some position and status in the society. Are you this hungry for fame and name?

Are these things worth it when you know its temporary? Have you ever thought how you can struggle too much for the luxury of dunya and not for a minute think of the luxuries of your akhirah? 

Why do you struggle too much for it when its just a matter of days? Why can you not struggle to do something in obedience to Allaah in which it’s reward awaits for you in the akhirah when we will mostly need it? Why can’t you try to do things that indeed will make Allaah pleased with you? Didn’t you know that once you pleased Allaah, that’s true happiness there?

But no even if you have knowledge of that, you continue to disobey Him, you continue walking to the path where with every step is a step towards the end of the road where you will fall down drowning to your doom. 

O you astray soul, let me remind you of what Allāh says in a Hadith Qudsi;

“O son of Adam, I do not forget the person who disobeys Me, so how can I forget someone who obeys Me?”

So ask yourself, when will you start obeying? When will you start walking away from dunya and then journey to the path of Allaah?

It’s never too late, the doorway to Allaah is always open, question is will you enter or lock it away?

In the other side, my brothers and sisters in Islam, most of us face so much struggles because we stand firm to our deen, so i let me tell you that;

I know its been so hard already but you kept struggling because you know its worth it that Allaah is worth everything, so keep a little bit more faith, you’re there, go on, walk on this path to Allaah, and let not anyone discourage you when you revive a sunnah or follow the sunnah.

Do not give up and never give up when you know it is for the pleasure of Allaah. 

in sha Allaah Allaah will reward you for your patience and perseverance.

and He says;

“So patiently persevere: for verily the promise of Allāh is true: nor let those shake thy firmness, who have (themselves) no certainty of faith.”

[Surat Ar-Rūm 30:60]

and we pray that Allaah sends down His Guidance and Protection upon us that we find in our hearts the love for pleasing Allaah. in sha Allaah.




We all have that time in our lives when we feel like we are in complete disaster, complete fiasco and complete darkness, but look, we are still standing, we still get through it, with remedies only Allāh can bring to us to lessen our burdens.

Subhan'Allāh How Powerful is our Lord, Al Jabaar.

With all the situations I’ve been through, indeed, the Qur'ān was the first remedy i had to ease my pain and put light in my eyes. Truly only in this book that we find immense guidance and love that no man can give us in this dunya. Indeed, unconditional is His Love for His slave. Alhamdulillah.

My dear brother or sister, wallah, if you are in that exact situation now when you think everything has been a failure, remind yourself with the words of Allāh, go on and open that book on your shelf, recite His Words into your heart, and believe me, you will find that incredible light of Love, Mercy, Guidance and Help from Him.

May Allāh make it easy for us all, and continue to guide us with His Blessings. Amīn.

Stay strong. Keep faith and hold tightest on His rope when its hardest, you’ll get it through, with Him in your heart, nothing can obstruct nor destroy you. in sha Allāh.


No heart could be of a Mu'min without the struggles, sorrows and pain that it had gone through. It is through these certain events in his life that he finds the inner spiritual strength that none can give but his faith in Him. 

So let the beauty of accepting His Qādr reflect your strength in handling things in life, wherein at the end it is only through His Mercy that we find the peace that we need.


We can’t deny the existence of haraam relationships today, but it is through our fear of Allāh that some aid this disease immediately by nikkah, but then again some do not and let their sin be flaunted and grow each passing day. Astagfirullāh.

This is addressed because of tons of cases that i have encountered, i do not say this because i stand by the side of brothers nor do i defame any sister, but Allāh knows my intentions on why such article like this should be posted on my blog.

I’ve seen how the lives of close friends of mine shattered because of this.  A lot of people claim that such “love” lasts, that it is worth dying for, but then again i ask, is it worth risking your akhirah? disrespecting your parents? displeasing your Lord?

It is said in a numerous ahadīth that Muhammad ﷺ said;

[1] “The pleasure of Allāh is found in pleasing the parents, and the anger of Allāh is found in making the parents angry.”

[2] "A person whose parents are alive and he obeys them, listens to and respects them, then Allah Ta’ala will open two doors of paradise for him. But if one of his parents is not happy with him, then Allah Ta’ala will not be happy with him either.

Then someone asked the Muhammad ﷺ, “Even if they are oppressors?”
He replied, “Yes, even if they are oppressors.”

We all know that our parents do not wish anything for us but the best. There may be times that they might go beyond, but we have no right to even utter a bad word to them, always remember what Allāh says in the Qur'ān:

"Your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him, and do well to parents.
If any one of them, or both of them reach old age, do not say to them: uff (a word or expression of anger or contempt) and do not scold them, and address them with respectful words, and submit yourself before them in humility out of compassion, and say, My Lord, be merciful to them as they have brought me up in my childhood.” 17:23-24

Realize that we are their children, we are those people whom they have prayed for from Allāh day and night, so with a little convincing, with a little pleasing and with a little trying of making them understand, they would give you what you want as long as it is in accordance to your betterment. in sha Allāh.

No parent would harm his child nor any parent would like to see their children not happy. Your happiness is their happiness.

My sister, if you are in exact situation, know that there are only two ways to pass this situation, it’s either you convince your partner to let it go or you work your way so his parents would like you, but not by pretending but showing her your true self, and never forget to make du'ā. in sha Allāh.

My brothers and sisters in Islam, this issue doesn’t only pertain to sisters but also to brothers, let us not be a means of our partners becoming disrespectful towards their parents. Let us not put them into a situation that they would have to choose between their parents, their family and us.

Always yearn for the blessing of both parents. Yes you both may get married but staying married while having bad relationship with your in-laws would not make things any easier.

If you truly love this person for the sake of Allāh, you wouldn’t push him to shun away his parents, rather you would encourage him to work on ways to make his parents understand. Do not shut his door to Jannah, just because you want him.

Wallahi, a person who loves someone for the sake of Allāh would think for their akhirah more than his or her want. You may desire someone so much, but it is only through His Mercy and Blessings that you could be together, so with this, capture your hearts with the power of du'ā, and put your trust in Allāh, and whatever happens, know that it is from Allāh, so accept it, humbly.

Just think, that someday you would have a son and a daughter, and someday you would also be in such a situation, would you then like that your son or daughter choose over you and their beloved? 

I know that this may not succumb all the situations, but this is given in the Islamic perspective, pertaining to the islamic rites, prescinding all the cultural traditions and race issues. I hope i am understood with an open mind.

and we pray that Allāh helps us become patient with the process of marriage, of the waiting and the tolerance of its journey, and with this blessing we find another way of pleasing our Lord. in sha Allāh. Amīn.




[1] Ahmad
[2] Muslim


Each of us will and are being tested, may it be by success or failure, we all know that tests underlie within them.

All of us are pre-ordained with our destiny and we all will come back to our Lord. This world is but a transitory place for us. Indeed a believer of Allāh will and is afflicted with trials and tribulations to mould him to the best of what he can and is, keeping in mind that all of these are not intended to punish or make things hard for him.

In the Qur'ān, we are reminded and told that all of these trials, tribulations, blessings and success are given to us for reasons;

[1] “Allāh intends for you ease, and He does not want to make things difficult for you.”

[2] “And we tried them with good (blessings) and evil (calamities) in order that they might turn (to Allāh’s obedience).”

[3] “…And it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you like a thing which is bad for you. Allaah knows, and you do not know.”

[4] "And certainly We shall test you with something of fear, hunger, loss of wealth, lives and fruits, but give glad tidings to those who are patient.“

[5] "Do people think that they will be left alone because they say, ‘We believe,’ and will not be tested." 

Beautiful verses to contemplate from! Subhan'Allāh, indeed it is not enough that we just say we are Muslims yet we cannot stand firm on proving this and defending this when such calamities befall upon us! 

As Muslims, servants of Allāh, The Most High, we should face every difficulty with sincere patience, complete trust and firm faith with Him. It is but through these that we attain peace and are able to cope up with all the calamities that can befall us. 

Muhammad ﷺ said;

"The affair of the believer is amazing! The whole of his life is beneficial, and that is only in the case of the believer. When good times come to him, he is thankful and it is good for him, and when bad times befall him, he is patient and it is also good for him.”

[Sahih Bukharī]

Ibn Al-Jawzee said;

“Whoever wants to have everlasting peace and well-being with no affliction does not understand the meaning of Allāh’s commandments, nor does he perceive the meaning of submission to Allāh. Every soul (either believing or disbelieving) shall inevitably taste suffering in this world, for this life is based on hardships. Man lives between comfort and suffering. Prophet Aadam, for instance, had the angels prostrated before him and yet was soon after expelled from paradise”

Sa'ād bin Abī Waqqaas said: I said, “O Messenger of Allaah, who are the most afflicted of all people? Muhammad ﷺ replied;

"The Prophets, then the righteous people, then those who are nearest to them in perfection and those who are nearest to them. Man is tested according to his religiosity; if he is strong religiously, his test is increased and if he is weak in religion, his test is reduced And a believer will be tested until he walks on the earth sinless [i.e. his sins have been erased by series of afflictions that he endured.”


Subhan'Allāh! So beautifully defined, wallahi if you think you have the worst problems in the world then remember how the Prophets (AS) suffered, how people rejected them and plotted against them, remember how Muhammad ﷺ  bled in Ta'if, and most of all remember what Allāh says;

[6] “Allāh is with the patient.”

[7] “Allāh doesn’t burden the soul more than it can bear.”

[8] “Say: Nothing shall ever happen to us except what Allaah has ordained for us. He is our Lord and Protector, and in Alaah let the believers put their trust.”

How comforting are His words? Subhan'Allāh! So bear patience, O Muslim! Indeed, Allāh is with you, He is your Protector, and who can harm you when Allāh is Your Protector!

O Muslim! Be that person that sees the light of His Mercy, Guidance and Love even in the darkest phases of your life. Remember after the blankets of the dark night comes the light rays of the morning sun.

Truly, if we don’t fail at something, we will never learn how to struggle and fight. So when a trial and tribulation befalls upon you, embrace it with faith & patience.

By Allāh, after all these, you will realize how Allāh has made you so strong, spiritually, emotionally and mentally. It might be hard now, but believe me, it’s worth it. 

So stay strong, hold on, never lose hope and await for the Light to come your way and you’ll either taste the sweetness or be mesmerized by the beauty of your patience.(or probably both).


and we pray that Allāh enlightens our hearts to accept His Beautiful Qādr, with pure sincerity and love for Him, believing that everything that is to and happening in our lives are from Him, and He is The Best of Planners. in sha Allāh. Amīn.



[1] Qur'ān 2:185
[2] Qur'ān 7:168
[3] Qur'ān 2:216
[4] Qur'ān 2:155
[5] Qur'ān 29:2
[6] Qur'ān 2:153
[7] Qur'ān 2:286
[8] Qur'ān 9:51