"Bila Allah sayangkan seseorang, Allah akan datangkan rasa bersalah dalam hatinya terhadap dosanya."
– Habib Ali (via al—khansaa)

(via ccmbrcml)

"So Abu Bakr said, “How many, how much are you going to sell him for?” And he said, “Ill sell him for 10 gold coins”. And Abu Bakr (RA) went home and he brought back 10 gold coins and he gave them to Ummayah. And Ummayah began to laugh. And Abu Bakr (RA) said “Oh Ummayah, what are you laughing for?” And Ummayah said, “Abu Bakr, I swear by Allah, if you had haggled with me and you had offered me 1 gold coin for Bilal (RA), I would have sold him for 1 gold coin”. And Abu Bakr (RA) turned to Ummayah and said, “Oh Ummayah, I swear by Allah, If you had haggled with me and you had asked me for a 100 gold coins for Bilal (RA) for Bilal (RA), I would have given you a 100 gold coins!”"
– (via allahaljalil)

"Why do we love the companions of Muhammad (saw) so much? Because today, we grow up living in a time where Islam is firmly established. We grow up knowing Islam already exists, and know that people all around the world are devoted to this belief. We come into this world with Masjids already built, sacrifices already made, history already past and Muslims who are existent with support. But the time of Muhammad (saw)? Those sahabah who believed in him, believed in a time when there was no such thing. It was brand new. And the limits they went to, the courage that they had, the love in their hearts; is something impeccable. It’s amazing. Especially given the time/place it happened. We think it’s hard to be Muslim with all the Kafir we’re surrounded by, despite the fact that the Muslim ummah and community is massive. What about them? Imagine being one of the only 2, one of the only 3? One of the only 4? One of the one 10? One of the only 20? IN THE WORLD. Not in the “School” or “Work place” or “town”. In the WORLD. And today what we have is because of THEM. Muhammad (saw), Khadija, Abu Bakr, Ali, Uthman, Umar. Subhan’Allah. Words limit what they deserve to be given in terms of gratitude."
– allahaljalil.tumblr.com (via allahaljalil)



Sharing dr ust zahazan. Mendalam maksud nya.

1. Solat bukanlah “tayar ganti’ yang anda tarik keluar ketika dilanda masalah, tapi ia adalah ‘stereng’ yang menunjukkan jalan benar.

2. Maka, kenapa cermin depan kereta begitu besar dan cermin pandang belakang begitu kecil?
Ini kerana masa lalu…

"Sometimes you fall only to rise higher than you were before. You fell. Now rise."
– Yasmin Mogahed  (via islamicgirl)

(via islamicgirl)

"‎Never have I dealt with anything more difficult than my own soul, which sometimes helps me and sometimes opposes me."
Imam Al-Ghazali (via eaten-by-the-world)

"I have lost and loved and won and cried myself to the person I am today."
– Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps (via tinkerbellalovespeterpan)

(via tinkerbellalovespeterpan)

I like drinking coffee alone, and reading alone.

I like riding the bus alone, and walking home alone.

It gives me time to think, and set my mind free.

I like eating alone, and listening to music alone.

But when I see a mother with her child;

A girl with her lover;

Or a friend laughing with their best friend;

I realize that even though I like being alone

I don’t fancy being lonely.

(via nurcahayaaa)


B: I think we have to postpone the end year England trip.

M: i thought so too. Im saving up for arab class and a trip to Tarim.

Sidenote - arab classes is very pricey imo. SGD 500 per module (48hrs)!

B: STAY AWAY FROM MIDDLE EAST countries! Unless you wanna do Umrah.

EH THANKS! *cries*