"What’s the worst thing I’ve stolen? Probably little pieces of other people’s lives. Where I’ve either wasted their time or hurt them in some way. That’s the worst thing you can steal, the time of other people. You just can’t get that back."

Chester Bennington (via aestheticintrovert)

(Source: azlieh)

Anonymous asked:
what I like to do is ask the Quran a question and the question I asked was "How long did it take for Allah to create the earth" So I closed my eyes went to a random page and it said It is He who created the heavens and earth in six days and then established Himself above the Throne. He knows what penetrates into the earth and what emerges from it and what descends from the heaven and what ascends therein; and He is with you wherever you are. And Allah , of what you do, is Seeing. 57:4 :D

Allahu Akbar.. That is amazing subhan’Allah ! JazakAllah Kheir for sharing 😊

A story I want to share with you all :)

In the Ramadan that just passed, I made an intention to try and complete the whole Quran before the month was over. I started reading from a Quran I found on the bookshelf at home.

2 weeks or so into Ramadan, there was one night my grandmother asked me to stay the night at hers so we could wake up for suhoor together. I took the Quran I was reading with me so I could read whilst I was there too. That night, I opened the page I was upto, read the first line and remembered that my grandmother had gotten me my own personal Quran that was in her house. The last time I read it was the previous Ramadan. So I closed the book, got up and went to get my own Quran. I figured I might aswell finish off the Quran reading my own book.

When I opened my book to find the right page to continue from, subhan’Allah the page that I had last read in my own book last year was the exact same page I had gotten upto in the book I found from home.

It was as though Allah wanted me to finish in my own Quran from the exact last place I left off, subhan’Allah.

I was in complete amazement at the precision and irony of that moment. I even took a picture of the open pages from being so overwhelmed by shock.

Do you have any amazing Quran stories too? Please share ❤️

"But if these years have taught me anything it is this: you can never run away. Not ever. The only way out is in."

Junot Díaz, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao (via adderalldust)

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Anonymous asked:
Assalamualaikum, how do you arranged your schedule especially on holiday? Thank you :)) xx

Waalaykum salam. sorry didn’t really understand why schedule for what?

Anonymous asked:
Salam Can a Sunni Muslim marry a Shia?

They can but don’t see why they would.

"You can’t forget something significant like the moon, but when you get used to its consistency, it’s easy to stop appreciating it’s beauty. So just as Allah is always consistent in our lives, and He is the most significant of all.. it is similarly easy for us to stop appreciating Him, which is an unfortunate reality."


"If you marry someone who loves Allah, they will fear disobeying Allah and do all they can to please Allah. So you can rest assured that you will be taken care of, because your partner knows your heart was created by Allah.. And they wouldn’t dare break a creation as precious as that."


"If you feel helpless, in need of comfort or something to remind you it’s going to be okay… pick up a Quran, flip open a random page and read the words of Allah. You will feel like He is talking directly to you in that moment subhan’Allah.."