اللهم مرضي عني ولا ترضي عني فاعف عني

alfirdaws:

"Oh Allah be pleased with me, and if you’re not pleased with me, forgive me."

Famous dua of Mutarrif ibn ‘Abdillaah ibn Ash-Shikhkheer rahimullah

2:00 am  •  19 September 2014  •  298 notes

dnarmi:

Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth.

The parable of His Light is a niche wherein is a lamp—

the lamp is in a glass, the glass as it were a glittering star—

lit from a blessed olive tree,

neither eastern nor western,

whose oil almost lights up,

though fire should not touch it.

Light upon light.

Allah guides to His Light whomever He wishes.

Allah draws parables for mankind,

and Allah has knowledge of all things.

 The Verse of Light | The Qur’ān {24:35}

7:59 pm  •  16 September 2014  •  100 notes
You’re not bae, you’re baetarbia.

faraa-faraway:

Ancient Afghan Proverb

10:54 am  •  15 September 2014  •  128 notes
فما المقصد من الكتب الإلهية إلا العمل بما فيها لا تلاوتها باللسان وترتيلها بالأنغام، فإن ذلك نبذُ لها، قال الغزالي: وما مثل ذلك إلا مثل ملك أرسل كتابا إلى أحد أمرائه وأمره أن يبني له قصرا في ناحية من مملكته، فلم يكن حظ الكتاب منه إلا أن يقرأه كل يوم دون أن يبنى القصر.

The point of the books sent by God is that they should be followed and applied in daily life, the point is not to read them with the tongue and sing them like songs, for this is a way of disregarding them. Al-Ghazali says about this: This is like a king sending a scroll to one of his agents asking him to build a palace for him somewhere in the kingdom, but those who received the book, instead of building the palace, they simply recited the king’s orders every day.

Sheikh Ahmad Mustafa al-Maraghi

From the collection: IslamicArtDB » Source: Tafseer al-Maraghi by Sheikh Ahmad Mustafa al-Maraghi. First impression 1946. Mustafa al-Babi al-Halabi and Sons Library and Printing Company. Egypt (8 items)

(Source: islamic-art-and-quotes)

10:46 am  •  15 September 2014  •  90 notes