I read it from somewhere but it’s really true “Moajjazy sabar mangtay hain or taqdeerain shukar karnay walon ki badalti hain” 🕊 It’s something that can change our life. (FAITH) Always thanks to ALLAH either you are down or in the sky, and don’t ever be sad just try to give your best and wait for the rest. ❤️
I thank Allah for bringing us to Islam and for all the countless mercies and blessings in our lives. And I ask Him for guidance and forgiveness, and to grant us consistency in righteousness and piety. Ameen.
Many people ask me why I’m covering my hair. Here is the answer ✅👇🏻Hijab is not for Angel’s, Hijab is for flawed beautiful humans, who’re saying everytime that they’re trying. And there’s so much beauty in that struggle. Allah sees it. Never belittle any act of love and worship. Hijab is a big test, May Allah reward all sisters who’re either wearing Hijab, in the process of wearing Hijab or Struggling with Hijab BECAUSE i know it’s not easy. REMEMBER, Every strand of Hair and every inch of skin you cover for Allah , You will be rewarded for it in hereafter. Allah is Al baseer, and is a witness to all efforts, May Allah reward us all. Ameen 😇💫
Haram relationships will always bring more depression than happiness. Girls think they have found the love of their life while guys often use “Love” as a mask of their desires, not knowing that they are both just sinking into depression. One heart hardened by deceit, the other hardened by sadness A real man, will always find a way to your parents, no excuses, no lies, no using you or keeping you on a leash. -Hard Truth🥀
-Being too available will fuck you up. Get busy, find something to do. Reject calls, reply late and say you’re busy. (Jo hum se nahi huta)👀 Sometimes people don’t value you as much as you want them to because you’re always available 🥀
No matter what’s gone down, it’s never your fault that someone cheated on you. People do hurtful things for a whole bunch of reasons – and maybe your partner can explain theirs – but those reasons have nothing to do with you. It can be really hard to remember this, but it’s super-important. So, we’ll say it again: you are not to blame.
There is an Arabic saying that goes this way. “You want to die? Then throw yourself into the sea and you’ll see yourself fighting to survive. You do not want to kill yourself, rather you want to kill something inside of you”