In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulA tribute for Allah’s sake to niqabis,Courageous sisters who value modesty,Who dress to please Allah not society.Their beauty’s reserved for their husbands only.Niqab is not just for those who are …
In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulLove letter, for Allah’s sake, from me to my husband,Who if he may not read this then perhaps in Heaven:Dear spouse, I’ll always love you despite the long distance.When far, you roam in my thoughts…
Two Rak’ahs Sunnah upon entering the Masjid,
Showing respect to elders, being playful with kids,
Helping around the house, being loving to one’s wives,
Staying truthful and when joking never telling lies,
Fasting regularly every Monday and Thursday,
Brushing and cleansing one’s teeth before one starts to pray,
Exchanging salaams and handshakes when meeting others,
Starting most actions from the right and in odd number,
Meeting loved ones almost always with a cheerful face,
Praying often Tahajjud at night when most would sleep,
Not complaining about food he did not want to eat,
Brisk and dynamic was his usual way of walking,
Articulate, wise, eloquent, clear and well-spoken,
Courage and softness he could balance beautifully,
He took proper care of his inner and outward self,
In what is right whenever he could he’d strive to help,
At times to energize he would take afternoon naps,
Knew when to work ambitiously and when to relax,
In lots of Dhikr and Du’as he loved to indulge,
Da’wah was his mission – enjoin right and forbid wrong,
As a leader and teacher he was brave, smart and strong.
May Allah the Almighty accept all our good deeds,
Allow us in Jannah and Kawthar River. Ameen.
Stick to the Prophet’s Sunnah to join those who have won.
Friends transformed to foes and those we used to know,
From lessons learned through experience, sharing tips
To remind others that they are not alone.
On facebook I’ve spotted lots of folks I knew
From school, places I’ve been to, when we were young.
With some so many adventures I went through,
Swapped jokes and laughter, played games, had loads of fun.
Numbers of them I’ve added but they refused,
Probably disliking my transformation,
The jealous among them hate what I now do,
While the rest have old memories forgotten.
Strangely I remember the good times we had,
Soccer, jogging, yoga, playing Truth or Dare,
Long telephone-calls and fancy teenage fads,
Bandanas we wore, styles we tried on our hair,
Exchanging VCDs, DVDs and mags,
And other stuff we used to do together.
At times I wonder what’s the point of those hugs
And love if they had no place in the future.
Then I’ve learned: People come and go, few remain.
Past friends are teachers who taught us memories.
Present names are tests. True friends are those who stay.
Rare worthy ones make it to your VIP.
As for online friends who ditched you, it’s okay.
Learn not to acquire their awful qualities.
Lost friends in this world can always be replaced.
Those who’ll like you share your goals, dislikes and needs.
So long as Allah loves you, you are all-right.
Make Allah your Best Friend, Qur’an by your side,
Books are neat companions, Tahajjud at night,
No need for evil friends who lie and backbite.
May Allah the Most Kind grant us His Friendship,
His Love and entry to Jannah Paradise.
Ameen. Gifts to find in all relationships:
Self-awareness, increased strength, a light that guides.
A: Love your husband for Allah’s sake, firstly.
B: Do your best to be with him day and night.
C: Care for him. Cook his fave. Miss him daily.
D: Long to see each other in dreams and thoughts.
E: Strengthen faith/Emaan and love escalates.
F: Faithfully deal with him with fervent love.
G: Be grateful and guide him to the Straight Way.
H: Help him in what’s right. His side always hear.
I: Inspire your man by never giving up.
J: Joke with him often. Know his strengths and fears.
K: Kiss. Caress. Cuddle. Hold him tight and hug.
L: Look at him lovingly. Overlook flaws.
M: Beautify with make-up or sweet manners.
N: Note his good points. Nice memories recall.
O: Observe your spouse. Understand each other.
P: Pray for him, include him in your prayers.
Q: Even if wed to four, you’re still his queen.
R: Respect him. Remember all his favors.
S: Stay steadfast. Ensure you’re special to him.
T: Thank each other. Love is thinking often.
U: Undervalue pride. To unite be strong.
V: Value each other’s rights and your husband.
W: Wise in speech/silence. Pardon wrongs.
X: Be that good to shun envy. ‘X’ bad traits.
Y: Though wed to more than one, your man is yours.
Z: Zealously be his wife. Appreciate.
Love spouse more than desires. Love Allah foremost.
Islamic Ruling Regarding Marriage:
Tips On How To Be A Good Wife:
She loves her husband in ways Only God understands.
She knows that to be his first wife is from Allah’s Plan,
She’s his treasure, so she loves him as much as she can.…
He’s plain? In Jannah she knows he’ll be more good-looking.
Not pious? She’s more than glad to teach him religion.
They don’t talk always? In Jannah is their real meeting.
Wed to two to four wives? It’s alright, she still loves him.
She deserves better? She knows, yet she accepts God’s Will.
He doesn’t see her enough? Jannah is Eternal.
She loves him like she’s his gift from the Most Merciful,
For God’s sake she loves, since the first time her love stays real.
Aware of evil forces that try to split them up,
Unwilling to comply with their desires, she still loves,
She loves her husband stubbornly, though it may be tough,
She won’t leave him to please their foes, thus she won’t give up.
She’s a fighter in love, for Allah she loves truly.
She loves her spouse till he departs this world peacefully,
And if there’s a next one she’ll love him similarly –
For now he’s her only man she loves so faithfully.
When she loves, she loves for God, not just anybody.
Her love life is a complex yet loving mystery,
A puzzle to solve through sacrifice and poetry,
A journey of lessons learned by those who love bravely.
May our marriage be blessed by Allah the Almighty,
May Allah Most Kind love us for our faith and good deeds,
And for our striving May Allah fulfill our best dreams,
May Allah prove all someday that it’s worth it. Ameen.
C: Contemplate on the positives. Care wisely.
D: Demand less from this world, don’t be too worldly.
E: Evaluate yourself before Judgment Day.
F: Forgive yourself and others’ human mistakes.
G: Gather good deeds, facts and authentic knowledge.
H: Help one another do what’s right with courage.
I: Include Muslims in your du’as night and day.
J: Join the righteous, Allah’s friends. Never betray.
K: Kindness to the young, mercy to elderly.
L: Love the truthful ones. Guide the lost and lonely.
M: Make all your deeds just for Allah Almighty.
N: Never compare yourself to anybody.
O: Only do better than yourself yesterday.
P: Pray on time, pray more Sunnahs, sincerely pray.
Q: Quit sinful acts and wasting time with bad friends.
R: Real friends listen, understand, share and defend.
S: Seek Allah’s Forgiveness and Guidance always.
T: Try to stay true. Inspire all to do the same.
U: Understand this world is but temporary.
V: Vie with others for Allah’s Love and Mercy.
W: Win Allah’s friendship through your faith and good deeds.
X: Excel in truth, character and piety.
Y: Your goal is to enter Jannah free of sins.
Z: Zealously pray that we meet Allah smiling. Ameen.
God’s Love and Guidance are more than enough.
Keep your precious truths to yourself from fakes,
Who take your misdeeds when you they betray.
Though there are a few who may be trusted,
Be vigilant and wisely secretive.
This does not mean that we’re hiding something,
But cautiousness with whom to be loving.
Trust those who truthfully keep each promise,
And those who always maintain good habits.
Eschew those who stray because of their mood,
One moment they’re good, the next falsely true.
May Allah join us with the trustworthy
Worthy of Jannah next to God. Ameen.
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“I love my husband” and “I love my wife”
Message in Arabic language
(to print on mugs, t-shirts, photo frames, fans, bags, pillows, key holders and other accessories)
“Blissfully married” “Joyfully married”
“Me with my husband” “Me with my wife”
“Married to my other half”
“Stay married stay blessed”
“Keep calm stay married”
“Always with my husband/wife” “Married and marvelous”
“Marriage is Sunnah”
“M: Mercy • A: Affection • R: Responsibility • R: Remembrance • I: Inspiration • A: Adventures • G: Guidance • E: Encourage”
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