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Hamza Khan
If you ever find yourself hopeless, know that your hopelessness is misplaced. Allah (swt) is capable of anything – capable of healing any wound, capable of making you the most talented person in your profession, capable of granting you health, children, wealth, and influence.
Never doubt Him. What’s impossible for you to accomplish, isn’t impossible for Him. So raise your empty palms toward the sky and ask Him for anything. Anything at all. Anything that you need and want and desire.
As you continue working, just wait and see how He won’t just give you what you ask – He’ll give you better. Every time.

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Eid Mubarik to you and the ones you love. Stay blessed and happy.

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*Eid Mubarak* 🌹
" تقبل اللہ منا ومنکم" 🥰
Wish you and your family a very blessed Eid. May All our ibadaat and fasts be accepted. May *_HE_* Forgive our sins. May this month be a mean of continuing nearness to *_HIM_* and *_HIS_* Beloved Prophet Muhammad(pbuh)
آمین یا رب العالمین..

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¶ What will you miss the most about Ramzan?🌼✨

We want our seventeen year olds to jump up and head towards the Mosque as soon as the Adhan is called out. We love it when a sixteen year old comes to pray Taraweeh regularly.
We complain and whine that our youth isn't attracted towards the Masjid, yet when a toddler walks in we immediately tell the parents to either go outside or go home because the house of Allah is not a place for children to be. See the dilemma here?
For a teenager to come for prayer regularly it's necessary for him to love the Masjid when he was a child. And children do love the Mosque.
They love it because Saffs are racing tracks for them. They love it because they can sing their poem at the top of the voice and break the silence spell when everyone is in Ruku.They love it because they can now finally recite Surah Fatihah with the imam.
They love it because they are flooded with appreciation when they prayed the entire Salat with Jamat and did Qiyam on their tiny feet.They love it because Sajdah doubles as a mini slide for them and more the people the better it is.They love it because they were handed a sweet and gently told not to go in front when a person is praying.
They love it because there were dozens of shoes for them to try at the back.They love it because they got to say Ameen in chorus at the end of every prayer.
And mostly they love it because it lets them be children. They love it because they are not expected to silently stand and listen to the entire recitation and have an attention span of an adult.
And once they'll be comfortable knowing this, that the place lets them be them, they'll definitely come inside as adults and now to worship Allah and welcome the new tiny people and make them feel comfortable.
" If you don't hear children Making noise at the back of the masjid, fear for your future generations" - Ottomans.

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Miracles of QURAN.
The foremost fact in Quran is about the creation of human beings. There have been many theories regarding the existence of human beings, the most popular one being theory of Darwinism by Charles Darwin that man has evolved from species of Apes and monkeys. But Quran rejects all such claims, in fact it clearly states that;
“He (Allah) created man.”(Quran 55:3)
The birth of a human in itself is a miracle. The holy Quran explained the process of creation of a baby in mother’s womb even before the existence of modern medical science. The stages of development of human baby from drop of semen into fetus are evident from the following verses;
“O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and….” (Quran 49:13)
“Then We made the sperm-drop into a clinging clot, and We made the clot into a lump [of flesh], and We made [from] the lump, bones, and We covered the bones with flesh; then We developed him into another creation. So blessed is Allah , the best of creators.” (Quran 23:14)

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