I love Apple, I love books, I love Islam - and that should probably give you a rough idea of what I'm like - a mixture of the 21st century fused with the 18th and 19th. I want to major in English and Psychology, inshaAllah. I love writing. I love teaching. I love to talk, and I love to work. I prefer to spend my days sleeping and my nights reading. I love Jane Austen, Louisa May Alcott, the Brontë sisters, Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Gaskell, and almost every other writer of classic literature.

  1. instaislam:

We believe in Jannah but..

    instaislam:

    We believe in Jannah but..

  2. thepiercingstar:

"the man dreams of a perfect woman and the woman dreams of a perfect man and they don’t know that Allah created them to perfect one another"~ Ahmad AlShugairi

    thepiercingstar:

    "the man dreams of a perfect woman and the woman dreams of a perfect man and they don’t know that Allah created them to perfect one another"~ Ahmad AlShugairi

  3. Ya Allah, clean my heart and increase my iman. Give me Nur to my life, ya Rabb.
    — morning-walk.tumblr.com (via structurx)
  4. Anonymous asked:

    Cold & broken. Broken & cold. Did it really matter if the wounds were new or old. As she sits tonight she sees the stars. Why do they always seem so far. Maybe I should just pass away. How lovely if would be to just float astray.

    muslimminion:

    My dearest friend, fret not for the distance between.

    For even the furthest stars can always be seen.

    So why wish for such an unfortunate end?

    I’ll be your star, your blanket, your friend.

  5. (Source: kul5ara, via deenoverduniya)

  6. maxkirin:

    Neil Gaiman’s 8 Rules of Writing, a remake of this post. Source.

    Want more writerly content? Make sure to follow maxkirin.tumblr.com for your daily dose of writer positivity, advice, and prompts!

    (via its-a-writer-thing)

  7. lionofallah:

We must remember that Allah sees inside of us, so we must look inside of ourselves. When we are faced with a conflict, even if the other person is wrong, we must ask ourselves “What have I harbored internally that added to this conflict?” If we become angry, we should ask ourselves, “What do I have inside of me that triggered that reaction?” We only keep theories of Divine and Prophetic teachings. We must work to harbor them.More Inspiration | www.lionofallah.com

    lionofallah:

    We must remember that Allah sees inside of us, so we must look inside of ourselves. When we are faced with a conflict, even if the other person is wrong, we must ask ourselves “What have I harbored internally that added to this conflict?” If we become angry, we should ask ourselves, “What do I have inside of me that triggered that reaction?” We only keep theories of Divine and Prophetic teachings. We must work to harbor them.

    More Inspiration | www.lionofallah.com

    (via quietmuslimah)

  8. Whoever asks Allah for Paradise three times, (Allahumma inni as’aluk al-Jannah), Paradise will say, ‘O Allah, admit him to Paradise.’ Whoever seeks protection from the Fire three times, (Allahuma Najjini min an-Nar) Hell will say, ‘O Allah, protect him from the Fire.’
    Prophet Muhammed ﷺ narrated by Anas, Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 2572; Ibn Majah, 4340. saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jami’, 6275).  (via wayofthesalaf)

    (via thishijabisays)

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  10. hnrahmawati:

    erstudio:

    Happiness!

    yuhuuuuuw

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