September 5, 2014   19,129 notes

“ Watch out for each other. Love everyone and forgive everyone, including yourself. Forgive your anger. Forgive your guilt. Your shame. Your sadness. Embrace and open up your love, your joy, your truth, and most especially your heart. ”

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September 5, 2014   8 notes

learningaboutislam:

A powerful video ,SubhanAllah we all know whether we think about it or not that our graves await us. But have we done enough that when we are laying in our graves we are proud of the life we have lived, our relationship with Allah swt or family our friends.

September 5, 2014   6,713 notes

It is the Most Respectable Ayat of the Qur’aan Kareem. 
Some important benefits of the respected Ayat The respected Ayat comprises of many important benefits. Some are mentioned hereunder:
1. This is the most lofty Ayat of the Qur’aan Kareem. 2. That is the chief Ayat of the Qur’aan Kareem. 3. The reader of it is protected from the evil effects of the Jinnat from morning until evening and from evening until morning. 4. It is from the threshold of the arsh. 5. It is equal to a quarter of the Qur’aan Kareem. 6. Whoever recites it after the fard Salaat will be protected until the next Salaat and reciting it constantly was done by the Nabi, Siddique or Martyr and only death is the barrier between the reader and Jannat. 7. Blowing it upon food and drink brings blessings and abundance. 8. It is greater than the skies, earth, Jannat and Jahannam. 9. Whosoever reads it upon entering the home, Satan runs away from there. 10. The reciter, his children, home, wealth, property and the homes of his neighbors are safe. 11. Whosoever reads it together with the last Ayats of Surah Baqarah, Shaitaan does not enter his home for three days. 12. The Jinnaat cannot open any utensil upon which it is read. 13. In it is the Ism Azam. 14. The thief does not come near it’s reciter. 15. When recited with the last Ayat of Surah Baqarah then the plea of the reciter will not go unattended. 16. When reciting it whilst retiring to one’s sleeping place, one is protected until the morning. Two angels are deputed to protect him. 17. Whosoever recites it after every fard Salaat, will be rewarded with a grateful heart, a remembering tongue, the reward of being martyred in the path of Allaah, and will also be rewarded like the Siddiques. 18. Who reads it and “Inna Rabba bi kum Allaah..” and the last two Quls for a women on delivery, then the delivery becomes easy. 19. When one reads it and blows on his possessions and goods, then Shaitaan will not come near. 20. Whosoever reads Ayatul Kursi and the beginning of Surah Ghafir in the morning then he will be protected and be safe from the morning until the evening and vice versa. Subahaanallaah!. Urdu translation completed in Makkah Mukarramah by Muhammad Habibullaah Mukhtaar. English translation also completed in Makkah Mukarramah - Zil Haj 1418 (1998).
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It is the Most Respectable Ayat of the Qur’aan Kareem.

Some important benefits of the respected Ayat

The respected Ayat comprises of many important benefits. Some are mentioned hereunder:


1. This is the most lofty Ayat of the Qur’aan Kareem.

2. That is the chief Ayat of the Qur’aan Kareem.

3. The reader of it is protected from the evil effects of the Jinnat from morning until evening and from evening until morning.

4. It is from the threshold of the arsh.

5. It is equal to a quarter of the Qur’aan Kareem.

6. Whoever recites it after the fard Salaat will be protected until the next Salaat and reciting it constantly was done by the Nabi, Siddique or Martyr and only death is the barrier between the reader and Jannat.

7. Blowing it upon food and drink brings blessings and abundance.

8. It is greater than the skies, earth, Jannat and Jahannam.

9. Whosoever reads it upon entering the home, Satan runs away from there.

10. The reciter, his children, home, wealth, property and the homes of his neighbors are safe.

11. Whosoever reads it together with the last Ayats of Surah Baqarah, Shaitaan does not enter his home for three days.

12. The Jinnaat cannot open any utensil upon which it is read.

13. In it is the Ism Azam.

14. The thief does not come near it’s reciter.

15. When recited with the last Ayat of Surah Baqarah then the plea of the reciter will not go unattended.

16. When reciting it whilst retiring to one’s sleeping place, one is protected until the morning. Two angels are deputed to protect him.

17. Whosoever recites it after every fard Salaat, will be rewarded with a grateful heart, a remembering tongue, the reward of being martyred in the path of Allaah, and will also be rewarded like the Siddiques.

18. Who reads it and “Inna Rabba bi kum Allaah..” and the last two Quls for a women on delivery, then the delivery becomes easy.

19. When one reads it and blows on his possessions and goods, then Shaitaan will not come near.

20. Whosoever reads Ayatul Kursi and the beginning of Surah Ghafir in the morning then he will be protected and be safe from the morning until the evening and vice versa. Subahaanallaah!.

Urdu translation completed in Makkah Mukarramah by Muhammad Habibullaah Mukhtaar. English translation also completed in Makkah Mukarramah - Zil Haj 1418 (1998).

To read more about Ayat al-Kursi: Click here

For help memorizing Ayat al-Kursi: Click here

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August 7, 2014   99,602 notes

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raxenne:

Happy birthday, Harry Potter!

To celebrate Harry Potter’s 34th birthday, I made my own book covers for the whole series. I was inspired by the vintage Penguin Scores collection Jan Tschichold designed. I created patterns using a significant object from each book. I used those in the movies as reference and digitally painted all seven. You can view the whole project here! :)

(It’s already July 31 here in the Philippines. Haha.)

August 1, 2014   477 notes

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August 1, 2014   1,868 notes

“ Never forget your dialogue with God, it is your strength. ”

Tariq Ramadan (via literatureboy)

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August 1, 2014   1,769 notes

thepowerofduaa:

Have you ever felt your heart miss God?

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August 1, 2014   54,465 notes

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August 1, 2014   30,098 notes

Never regret a day in your life.

Never regret a day in your life.

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