Regardless if someone is born into Islam and has Muslim parents, there comes a time in everyones life where they accept Islam for themselves.
Where it becomes more than ritual and more than the things your parents tell you.
There are a lot of people we look at who we believe “should know better”…
Salam everyone, as per the discussion on Osama’s (partytilfajr) tinychat, we’re going to create a book club for Islamic books. I was thinking of creating 3 separate classes because everyone is at a different level. The first stage is compiling the list of books inshaAllah, so if you have recommendations, let’s start putting this together!
The link to the google doc is: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AuMYGFLlTfiXdDVZWjB5VVJaV0NPNVNqN05TSlRxcWc#gid=0
Omar Sulaiman (via thalamtnafsee)
you ever see a group of white men walking towards you and think audhu billahi minash shaitanir rajeem
Allah replied: “If I wanted, I said enough 'Kun Fayakun’. (QS.Yasin: 82) “
When we complained: “Really Tireeeeeddd.. ..!”
Allah replied: “… and WE made your sleep for rest. (QS.An-Naba: 9) “…
When we complained: “Its really hard, it can't…”
Allah replied: “I do not impose on anyone, but according to his ability.” (QS.Al-Baqarah: 286) “
When we complained: “Streeesss … Panic … “
Allah replied: “Only in the remembrance of Me heart will be calm. (QS.Ar-Ro ‘d: 28) “
When we complained: “Yaaaahh .. This all in vain … “
Allah replied: “Who is doing good for seed dzarah though, he will see the return. (QS.Al-Zalzalah: 7) “
When we complained: “oh … so sad ! “
Allah replied: “La Tahzan, Innallaha Ma’ana. Ye shall not mourn, verily Allah is with us. (QS.At-Tawbah: 40) “