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…
In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulA letter, for Allah’s sake, from a Muslim on behalf of many,To those who think it is right to refuse niqabis’ rights unjustly:Why do you claim a piece of cloth/niqab is a threat to your city,When t…
Jesus -Peace be upon him- if you were to meet him?’
I’d say, ‘Brother Jesus, as-salaamu ‘alaikum.
Don’t worry about those who don’t know that you’re Muslim.
Dear Jesus, one of Allah’s Prophets, you did your best,
To convey there’s Only One God was your main message.
You strove for Allah’s sake with so much faith and courage,
To worship only One God was what you encouraged.
As with all of God’s Prophets you had some enemies.
Shaytan misled some folks to false claims and misbelief,
Misguiding numbers to trust a lie – ‘the Trinity’.
Believing in more than One God brings disharmony.
Prophet Jesus, Allah knows you never claimed you’re ‘god’.
It’s our archenemy shaytan who loves strife and fraud.
Dear Jesus, we Muslims believe you’ll be coming back,
Returning before Judgment Day when most will be shocked
Surprised to know that Prophet Jesus was a Muslim,
Who believed in One God and the Prophet Muhammad [SallAllahu alaihi wa sallam].’
May Allah the Almighty reveal to all the truth
That Jesus is not god, but human like me and you. Ameen.
Recently my Iman has been low and decreasing
Each time I mingle with the faithless and deceiving,
Who indulge in fruitless talks, lying and gossiping,
Whilst the state of the Ummah seems so discouraging.
Thus I’ve decided, after reading some Ahadeeth,
To befriend solitude and avoid vile company.
Once I recognize actors acting suspiciously,
Through their gestures and bad vibes they give unknowingly,
I grant them my distance so they won’t know the real me.
I’ve embraced seclusion for Your Sake Allah Alone.
Allah is always with me I’m delighted to know.
The Noble Qur’an I’d rather read than be with those
Whose aimless companionship cause my faith to go low.
Please forgive me, Allah, when I leave them on their own.
Until I find pious companions whom I can trust,
I busy myself with lots of Dhikr and Du’as,
Contemplating on meanings of vivid dreams I have,
And regularly making du’a for the Ummah,
Praying my patience is one way to Jannah above.
Dear Allah guide me away from where I should not be,
Places wherein wrong crowds only make my faith decrease.
Provide guidance O’ Allah and Jannah please decree,
Lead me to Paradise for my belief and good deeds,
And for striving to make the right decisions. Ameen.
[Sunan Ibn Majah]
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.
Conceal one’s adornments that should be treasured.
A woman’s gems must be reserved for her spouse,
Not meant to tempt strangers, distract nor arouse.
Wear the Hijab to obey Allah the King,
To be distinguished from the disobedient,
As Muslimahs on the Right Way to be seen,
Known as followers of the true religion.
Muslimahs are free, not enslaved by fashion.
What clothes to wear is not a daily problem.
Be liked for who you are, not for your clothing.
Born to worship God, not serve His creation.
The best Hijab is the one which covers most,
Wear what conceals beauty, not attractive clothes.
The more self-respect a woman truly has,
The more she’ll try to properly cover up.
If you’re proud of something and you should flaunt it,
Show the fact you’re Muslim, chaste and obedient.
Recall how you’re here to please Allah Only,
Long for Allah’s Love through faith and modesty.
To see our God, the Creator, in Jannah.
Because not all creation have the same goal,
With each one it makes sense you can’t get along.
So forget about those who rejected you,
Who betrayed and proved their friendship is not true.
No more stalking from now on those you don’t know,
Strangers who prefer to be by you unknown.
Haters are but critics who differ from us,
Too different from us, or just envious.
Your friends, even if few, are those who agree
To stand by you and join you in your journey.
If you’re sincere and aim to please Only God,
You won’t get on with clowns who live to show off.
If your self-esteem is high and ego low,
You’ll intimidate those who feel they’re below.
The truthful can’t get on with those who love lies.
The wise repel those who dislike real advice.
Beautiful souls scare those with evil inside.
Tough warriors are too strong for those who can’t fight.
Seldom would you see lions befriending snakes.
Never take offence when you’re ignored by fakes.
Move on to achieve your goals for Allah’s sake,
Even if you’re on your own towards God’s Way.
Around the world there are those who side with you,
Who do a lot of the good things that you do.
Unmet friends you may meet in Jannah someday.
Never alone, God is with us night and day.
Reasons why I rejected some proposals –
From one of them I disliked his baby-faced,
My ignorance back then was quite colossal,
He was to work in Madinah at that time,
I was at fault for judging him by his looks –
Thirteen years old then, needed loads of advice,
Bulimic teen, rebellious, misunderstood.
Another proposal from a childhood friend,
Who similarly came to our house to meet,
Said no to his request which I now resent,
Simply because he was years younger than me.
My dear parents – Allah yarhamhum. Ameen.
Turned down another guy’s proposal for me,
In U.S. he worked while I stayed in Saudi,
Not seeming pious then, they thought he’d mislead.
At eighteen or so I made a big mistake
Of rejecting this man’s proposal wrongly.
To memorize the whole Qur’an he did aim,
From a good family, friends, Pakistani.
The silly reason why I denied again,
Was my assumption he was too soft and shy,
Blame if you like, I was ignorant back then,
I did many wrongs and couldn’t tell what’s right.
Later on Allah taught me about Islam,
Alhamdulillah through learning I was changed.
Value of marriage I loved to understand,
Noble traits like patience made me change my ways.
At twenty I was married to my cousin,
Our marriage though not perfect brought forth lessons.
At twenty-six or so I became first wife,
Loved my husband for Allah more than desires.
Tips regarding marriage proposals, to guide:
Pray the Istikhaarah prayer then decide.
To say yes or no it’s every woman’s right,
While recalling not to judge upon first sight.
Don’t do the wrongs I did. Do learn from mistakes.
On feeling attracted, choose the halal way,
Marry for Allah’s sake, complete your deen/faith,
Keep learning and applying Islam each day.
To parents or guardians of those who’ll marry:
Don’t expect perfection from anybody,
As you yourselves have flaws like everybody.
Don’t demand huge dowries. Make marriage easy.
In-laws don’t need to be from the same country,
Nor be the same socially / financially.
Beauty in diversity / large families.
Understand your kids, they’re the ones to marry.
Marriage is a blessed gift which Allah made
To unite souls who’ll exchange love lawfully,
A journey of loving lessons to God’s Way,
One of the means that strengthen spiritually.
You may not read these, but in Jannah someday,
With Allah’s Will you’ll know what I used to say,
How I truly felt, missing you night and day.
Though you may be wed to up to four I’ll stay,
Even though we don’t see each other always,
Although we’re both busy and you’re far away,
For God, as your first wife I choose to remain.
I’ve loved and love lots, my love for you is strange,
Eccentric yet magnetic in many ways.
I can’t divorce as it’s hard to separate,
Promised to stay loyal since I was engaged.
Accountable for all the choices we make,
I choose to be patient with you for God’s sake,
Contentedly married to you come what may.
Dear husband, that Allah loves you I do pray,
For your success in both worlds I supplicate,
Pray our love reforms us and strengthens our faith,
May this connection inspire and motivate. Ameen.
Yet again I’m here, I call on You, in tears.
As I raise my hands facing down so humbly,
I pray: “Allahumma Innaka ‘Afuwwun Tuhebbul ‘afwa fa’fu ‘annee.”
Dear Allah Most Forgiving, forgive me please.
Dear Allah, I’m overwhelmed, stressed, tired and weak.
Your Mercy and Guidance O’ Allah I seek.
Allah, I miss my loved ones and family,
That I can’t take care of them all I’m sorry.
Please alleviate my struggles and worries.
I’m sorry I didn’t do much, Allah Dear,
Some bad traits of mine have not yet disappeared.
So beautify my character, guide me please,
Cause me to overcome obstacles with ease,
And make the Path to Jannah ever easy.
O’ Allah, for every moment, stay with me,
Enlighten through lessons and prophetic dreams.
Keep forgiving me when I slack frequently,
The Way to Your Love don’t allow me to leave.
Dear Allah, Only You I worship daily.
O’ Allah, please help Muslims worldwide in need,
Please fix our state as we bow to You Only.
With what You bestowed inspire us to be pleased,
That we see You in Paradise please decree,
Our good deeds accept, and our sins forgive, please.
In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulFrom teachers I’ve observed at schools I’ve been to,And surveys of students regarding their likes,With God’s Will I’ve gathered nine differencesBetween good teachers and bad teachers unwi…
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:
Or the full face-veil to differentiate
Yourself as a Muslimah from those astray,
Not to feel superior, you wish to obey.…
Stay modest as the *Prophet Muhammad’s wives,
Who were known to be clad in black when outside,
By their voices or style they were recognized,
Their gems and adornments, like true queens, they’d hide.
With the niqaab, no man needs to know your age,
No need for heavy make-up each night and day,
Judged not by looks, but by what you do and say,
A reminder for some to lower the gaze.
Fear Allah Almighty as much as you can,
When asked to unveil face for checkpoint reasons,
Find ways to comply without any problems.
Acts are rewarded based on their intentions.
While obeying God some struggles you may meet,
Be steadfast, in Jannah is real bliss and peace.
May Allah forgive us, accept our good deeds,
And allow us to see Him smiling. Ameen.
The Most Gracious The Most Merciful
Good souls click with the right, bad ones with the wrong.
Those who share your goals in your circle belong,
With your own team, not with all, you can get on.
So when you wonder why with this you both clicked,
Your love increases with that each time you meet,
While with others your likes and dislikes won’t fit,
It’s because souls seek those not too different.
Never met them but I liked some instantly,
Seeing them share gifts of knowledge lovingly.
As for those few I loathe, yet I’ve known for years,
Bad vibes they give out I don’t want to go near.
More likely to be friends with those more like you,
If you’re truthful you’ll attract souls who are true,
Liars and fakes won’t agree with what you do,
With the deceitful you’ll more often dispute.
Your friends may define you, choose them carefully.
May Allah Almighty grant ability
To pick wisely – quality then quantity,
Good companions who want Jannah too. Ameen.
(Sahih Al-Bukhari, Kitab Ahadith Al-Anbiyaa’).
Include each other’s names in du’as daily.
True love is found in advising sincerely,
Guiding to what’s right which brings serenity.
Nor let arrogance keep you from forgiving.
Prone to err and forget, as human beings,
All have flaws and reasons for every doing.
To stay polite with morals it’s possible.
Put yourself in their shoes, understand their call,
Recall no one’s perfect and impeccable.
Pay attention to their side. Learn expressions.
List good times you had and when you needed them.
Forgive like you would long to be forgiven.
Move on to meet relief and sleep whilst peaceful.
Did you know, satan cheers when Muslims quarrel.
Unite as one Ummah to win life’s battles.
Some good deeds my parents did back when living,
As a witness that my parents did their best,
Praying Jannatul Ferdaus is where they rest:
Dear Allah, I remember those nights back then
Seeing my parents pray Tahajjud often,
My Dad as my Mom’s Imam, I’d find them both
Praying together for success in both worlds.
My Mom, a great mom, did whatever she could
To fulfill our needs, she cleaned, sew clothes and cooked,
Woke us early for Fajr Salah on time,
Was always there to love, feed, hug and advise.
Before going to school I’d kiss her goodbye,
Writing her Islamic books as I’d arrive.
Always busy researching about Islam,
She taught me lessons I had to understand.
My Dad, a wonderful dad, tried his best too
In caring for us, buying supplies for school.
Often he’d come home from work with lots of sweets,
Ensure we had blankets before he would sleep.
Many times he’d assist with school assignments.
Though closer to Mom, my Dad was still my friend.
I recall that time he sat right next to me
To prevent boys mixing, to teach modesty.
MashaAllah both were active in Da’wah,
Sharing Islamic talks and giving Zakah.
Saw how they’d donate boxes of food and clothes
To needy loved ones and refugees unknown.
Always concerned for oppressed Muslims worldwide,
In Iraq, Kashmir, Chechnya, Palestine,
And all countries, they did whatever they could
Through du’as and teaching Islam as all should.
My parents too loved feeding stray cats and birds,
Strived to teach us good manners and keep us learned.
From Mom’s advice is not to be material,
To have good manners. From Dad: to stay faithful.
Before Mom died, I helped her pray her prayers,
Lifting her arms, saying ‘Allahu Akbar’.
On seeing Dad passed in ICU, told him
‘You’re a martyr, we’ll meet in Jannah again.’
No nights and days pass without sorrow greeting,
May my tears expiate all my sins. Ameen.
May Allah Almighty always grant Mercy
And unite me with my parents in Jannah. Ameen.
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.
It began as a dress code at a Saudi gov. school,
Only when going outside to wear the complete veil.
No problem with niqab back then save for some travels.
I used to think niqab should be worn just in Saudi,
My faith back then was not strong till Islam I studied.
Back then I was conscious of wearing niqab fully,
Was okay wearing it around many niqabis,
But after research and advice from my dear parents,
I’ve learned niqab is Wajib or at least encouraged.
To remove niqab as Hajj pilgrims is evidence
That niqab is Wajib, rewarding and important.
Niqab is useful in a sense it prevents wrong gaze,
It’s meant to promote modesty and strengthen one’s faith,
To join those who strive to obey God’s Laws night and day,
Distinguishing devout women from those led astray.
Alhamdulillah I’m now a full-time niqaabi,
Don’t mind if I’m the only one amongst hijabis.
Not a big deal too if onlookers would stare at me.
Another way of doing Da’wah indirectly.
Negative reactions with niqab? Yes, a few times.
‘Aswang!’ or ‘Monster!’ I’ve been called once by a scared child,
A few laughter here or there in public, day or night,
Curious stares from those who see niqab for the first time.
Even from some Muslim kids I’ve been asked ‘Why wear that?’
My response: ‘I’m Muslim, faith stronger with the niqab.’
I’ve been called ‘Ninja!’ by ignorant adults and brats,
Their lack of travel and world knowledge I understand.
Love niqab for Allah’s sake, dear niqabi sisters.
All your sins are taken by each one of your mockers.
Those who ridicule, think, they’ve never been travelers,
They’re insecure, so through you they try to find laughter.
Take pride in being of the ‘ghurabaa’ / strangers few,
Humble to God, nice with likes, watchful of what you do,
Adorned with manners and inner beauty that shines through,
Praying you enter Jannah and Allah welcomes you.
All events that take place and mishaps caused by His foes.
Allah saw what happened in Syria and Palestine,
Rohingya, Burma, Iraq – to all innocent lives.
Negative news of Muslims may be a wake-up call,
For all Muslims to unite as oppression befalls,
A search for peaceful warriors who’ll stand by the oppressed,
Through charity and speaking out against injustice.
To criminals: “What goes around comes around” please note,
If justice is not served on earth then in the next world.
Don’t do unto others what you don’t want done to you.
Peace can be achieved though we vary in what we do.
To oppressors: Don’t let your pride get the best of you.
Evil has its consequences. God’s Justice is True.
It’s possible to attain peace without greed and wars,
If you listen to all sides, support truth, not liars.
To Muslims: Forgive each other, show Islam is peace,
Practice what you preach, share your knowledge out of mercy.
Through certain trials Allah takes martyrs, sins fall off,
Islam promoted, Muslims tested on faith and love.
To non-Muslims: Please study Islam. Don’t just assume.
As Muslims, we’re discouraged from violence and feuds.
We’re taught to teach Islam kindly, not spread it by force,
To make things easy through good manners, not make things worse.
May Allah accept our faith that God is Only One,
Who witnessed all that took place, what has been said and done,
May Allah welcome us in Jannah for our good deeds,
And may Allah prove all that Islam is Peace. Ameen.
These tears that drizzle when to God I call,
Talk to Allah with various emotions,
Du’as depend on each situation.
Tears that fall as I miss my dear parents,
When I miss my husband, loved ones and friends,
Remorseful of good deeds I neglected,
By the Ummah’s current state dejected,
I cry when I long to help but just can’t,
When to Allah I return and repent,
Seeking Allah’s Guidance, Love and Mercy,
Mentioning Muslims in prayers daily.
These tears fall too when sinners I pity,
How they can afford to steal or mistreat,
When Allah Almighty knows what they do,
Knowing Allah’s Justice is swift and true.
May Allah Most High forgive us always,
Accept all our good deeds done for His sake,
Make our tears among those that intercede
To let us meet God in Jannah. 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.
Allah sees each one and knows how each thinks.
Don’t fret over why evildoers sin,
To Hell those vile folks may have been destined.
Allah knows liars when they trick and lie,
How snakes try to separate man and wife,
Why hypocrites pretend, whom fakes misguide,
And where the ungrateful will soon abide.
Allah sees all tyrants, those who deceive,
Those who break promises, steal and mistreat,
Who try to take people’s lands unjustly,
Who from them may change ways eventually.
Recall Fir’awn and what happened to him.
Shaytan vowed his followers should not win.
All will Inn-sha-Allah receive their rewards justly if not in this world then on Judgment Day~
My muse, my motivation and first true love –
A poem yet again though it’s not enough
To let all know why on you I gave up not.
Though there may be myriad reasons to dislike
You and how you may not fulfill all my rights,
There’s one good reason I’m still here day and night:
I love God more than myself and my desires.
I love you, husband, for Allah’s sake – it’s true.
Grateful for all the good deeds you used to do,
Not forgetful I’m a gift from God to you,
Your subtle love for me you don’t need to prove.
One good reason why I still love is patience,
Knowing your wrongs are due to interference,
Nosy involvement from those with aversion –
Won’t please my foes by choosing separation.
No worries, if God Wills, in Jannah we’ll meet.
Jannah Paradise is where bliss is really,
Eternal perfection without fakery,
Real home of the righteous, steadfast and sincere.
One reason I share my story is to teach
And motivate all to embrace loyalty,
Which lets you see when neglect is forced or real,
And keeps you vigilant of spies who envy.
May Allah the Almighty and Most Loving
Accept our good deeds and forgive all our sins.
Ameen. May Allah make us of those destined
To meet Him in Jannah smilingly. 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.
Ameen. Special message to my dear parents,
To my Muslim family, distant loved ones,
Although we don’t see each other night and day,
Always note my loving you will still remain
Until it finds perfection up there someday,
In Jannah where there’s no worry nor dismay.
Our meetings sometimes rushed, loads of jobs to do.
Yet we forgive each other, knowing it’s true
Blessed love that leads to Jannah treasures value.
No stress, distress, tiredness, loss nor depression,
No despicable traits nor comparison.
So grand that one’s mind can’t even imagine.
The sincere ones who do good deeds aplenty,
The truthful supporters who love God truly.
And join us with those who’ll meet Him lovingly. Ameen.
The Most Gracious The Most Merciful
Bismillah, Alhamdulillah, Allahu Akbar,
All good deeds we only do for Allah’s sake.
Our main goal in life is to be with Allah.
We love what Allah loves and hate what He hates.
Allah loves that we do good and pray on time,
Pray both the Sunnah and five daily prayers.
Allah also loves that we enjoin what’s right,
Forbid what’s wrong, and have Islamic manners.
We’re Muslims, faithful, honest and trustworthy,
Love Allah and all His Prophets sincerely –
For Allah we’re confident and not jealous,
We’re cheerful and friendly; we never bully.
We know well that when one is unkind or rude,
They’re having a bad day or they envy you.
When some display jealousy be glad that they
Showed us – God blessed us with talents they can’t do.
Regarding worldly things we never compare
Ourselves to those who disbelieve or are fake.
Show those in need mercy and understanding –
Whenever we can, give more than we can take.
If we’ve nothing to share, then sincere salaams,
Warm handshakes, compliments, smiles or kind advice.
We are Muslims; fair, wise, well-mannered and nice –
As true supporters of Truth, we shun all lies.
Allah hates sins, whether major or minor.
If we ever err, we return to Allah.
Allah the Most High is the Most Forgiving.
Allah always knows and hears all our duas.
Wherever we go, Allah always sees us,
There’s not one moment when no one is watching.
Thus what we’d ‘normally do’ we must avoid.
Always think of Allah before anything.
What goes around comes around. All deeds return
To their doers. If not soon, on Judgment Day.
May Allah make us among His righteous friends
Whom He’ll greet in Firdaus and see His Grand Face.
May Allah the Most Merciful accept all our good deeds, forgive all our wrongdoings, answer our du’as and reunite us with our Muslim loved ones in the uppermost level of Heaven Jannatul Firdaus next to Him and His beloved Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu alaihi wa sallam. Allahumma Innaka ‘Afuwwun Kareemun tuhibbul ‘afwa fa’fu ‘annaa. Ameen.
In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulMashaAllah, sisters like her, who are they?Muslims smart enough to know Allah and pray,Brave enough to wear hijaab, love modesty,Both leaders and learners when they need to be.__________They can ba…
In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulAlhamdulillah from my father’s sideAre cousins and aunties I can talk to.We may not see each other day and night,But in my du’as their names I include.______________________Now from the side of my …
In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulWhen some girls roll their eyes, with stupidity,Or talk badly about you, with jealousy,As you remind them to do what’s right and fair,And you choose patience, your wrongdoings are theirs..:.When cl…
In The Name Of AllahThe Most Gracious The Most MercifulThe art of dealing with rumors is easy.When rumors are said about you with envy,And some give you looks and others act funny,And those you thought were friends begin to bully,.:.Take it easy, eithe…