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Your wives are your companions

Your wives are your companions, not your slaves or servants.

They weren’t created by Allah just to cook, clean and fulfill your physical desires.

Strong marriages are the result of co-operation, mutual respect, and continuous dialogue. 6 more words


The one you feed

“An old man told his son about a battle that goes on inside people.
He said, “Son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. 36 more words


Thinking about knowledge is equivalent to siyam

Mu’adh ibn Jabal radhiAllahu ‘anhu said that the Messenger of Allah salAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said:

“Learn Ilm (knowledge), for learning it is a type of khashyah (fear) of Allah, seeking it is an act of worship, studying it is a type of tasbeeh (glorification of Allah), searching for it is a Jihad, teaching it to those who do not know it is a charity and delivering it to those worthy of it is an act of drawing closer (to Allah). 241 more words


Allah has provided for you in a special way.

Love Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala and be grateful to Him.

He has given you so much, and was kind to you in ways you didn’t even realize. 199 more words


If only the servant was to be patient at the door of Allāh, Allāh would surely open it

One of the Salaf, al Imām Fudayl bin Iyād (رضي الله عنه) said,

“I learned patience from a small boy. On my way to the Masjid one day, I came across a woman beating her son at home. 107 more words


The reason behind making dhikr and du’aa following wudu

The Wisdom behind Supplication after Making Wudu`

Shaykh Saalih ibn Fawzaan al-Fawzaan (حفظه الله) said:

“The reason behind making dhikr and du’aa following wudu` (ablution) is to combine both physical and spiritual purity, for wudu` is a means of physical purity, whereas dhikr and du’aa (implying tawheed and tawba) are signs of spiritual purity. 40 more words

Inspiring Note / Stories

The one who is distressed or worried

The one who is distressed or worried should know that whatever psychological pain afflicts him is not wasted, but serves a purpose in increasing his hasanaat (good deeds) and expiating for his sayi’aat (bad deeds). 55 more words