In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful. Dear followers and visitors to my page, I am a 27year old British Revert to Islam and I want to take you on this journey with me. I hope you can share in my love of Islam and learn new insights from my perspective. This will will be an honest account of personal experiences. In sha'Allah you will enjoy it :-)

 

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pepsimaxing:

This is Mikaeel Kular, he is 3 years old and from Edinburgh.
Early This Morning( 16th January) his Mother went in his room to find  that her little boy was nowhere to be seen. It is now over 12 hours later and he’s yet to be found. 
Mikaeel is 3ft tall and was possibly wearing a beige hooded jacket with grey fur-lined hood.
He may also have had on black gloves with multi-coloured fingers, dark navy blue jogging bottoms, a grey pyjama top featuring an embroidered turquoise dinosaur on the chest and brown Clark shoes with two Velcro straps.
 He  also has a faded scar on the bridge of his nose and a sore on the left side of his mouth.
There is no suggestion of any criminal involvement and  the police are following the line of enquiry that he might of just gone out of his own accord. The police are currently trying to get in contact with the boys farther.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS! Even if you don’t live in Scotland or the UK someone you follow might or someone that follows them might and this could lead to someone going “oh hey i think i saw him near such and such a place”. I can’t bear the thought of this little tyke being out there all alone and in the cold.
I never beg people to reblog anything but I’m going to this time, please please please reblog this and get the word out.
IF YOU SEE HIM OR HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON HIS WHEREABOUTS RING 101  OR THE CHILD RESCUE ALERT SYSTEM NUMBER ON 0300 200 0200 .

pepsimaxing:

This is Mikaeel Kular, he is 3 years old and from Edinburgh.

Early This Morning( 16th January) his Mother went in his room to find  that her little boy was nowhere to be seen. It is now over 12 hours later and he’s yet to be found. 

Mikaeel is 3ft tall and was possibly wearing a beige hooded jacket with grey fur-lined hood.

He may also have had on black gloves with multi-coloured fingers, dark navy blue jogging bottoms, a grey pyjama top featuring an embroidered turquoise dinosaur on the chest and brown Clark shoes with two Velcro straps.

 He  also has a faded scar on the bridge of his nose and a sore on the left side of his mouth.

There is no suggestion of any criminal involvement and  the police are following the line of enquiry that he might of just gone out of his own accord. The police are currently trying to get in contact with the boys farther.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS! Even if you don’t live in Scotland or the UK someone you follow might or someone that follows them might and this could lead to someone going “oh hey i think i saw him near such and such a place”. I can’t bear the thought of this little tyke being out there all alone and in the cold.

I never beg people to reblog anything but I’m going to this time, please please please reblog this and get the word out.

IF YOU SEE HIM OR HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON HIS WHEREABOUTS RING 101  OR THE CHILD RESCUE ALERT SYSTEM NUMBER ON 0300 200 0200 .

I spoke to my mother on the phone a few days after Amr left this world. I told her that I wished I could just die, too. As best as I had tried to be patient and to bear it, it hurt more than anything I had ever felt and those words just came out.

For a long time I replayed that conversation in my mind and felt a looming sense of guilt over what I had said, and how I wasn’t patient, and how perhaps I had failed the test that Allah had given me. And then my friend reminded me of the verse referring to the story of Maryam:

'And the pains of childbirth drove her to the trunk of a palm tree. She said, “Oh, I wish I had died before this and was in oblivion, forgotten”'(19: 23).

Allah didn’t respond to her cries by saying ‘do not wish for death’ or ‘be more patient’…rather He said, as a the most Merciful Lord seeing His beloved servant in pain: ‘Do not grieve; your Lord has provided beneath you a stream. And shake toward you the trunk of the palm tree; it will drop upon you ripe, fresh dates. So eat and drink and be contented’ (19:24-26).

How Merciful Allah is to have shown us such a human and authentic example of a woman who was in so much pain that she uttered her wish for death. And then to have also shown us how He, Subhanahu wa ta’ala, responded with assurance, mercy and love: ‘do not grieve.’

Allah (swt) created us and understands that we have great weaknesses, that we are so flawed and so imperfect. Even the greatest men and women were human, they grieved just as we do.

And so be easier on yourself, Allah understands. He wishes ease for us, He wishes to extend His Love and Mercy to us, we just have to actually wish for it, too.

Asmaa Hussein (via tmihijabi)

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thepathofabeliever:

Islam is such a blessing, and in so many ways. It gives you peace of mind and patience. It teaches you how to be calm and have hope. It offers you something to believe in. It teaches you how to unconditionally love. It gives you stability and dedication. It teaches you that both good and bad are…

When you do wudhu, think of why you are washing these parts. Your hands for the sins they committed; your mouth for what you’ve said; your nose for looking down on people; your face for viewing that which is not permissible; your arms for allowing someone to lean on you while they sinned; your head for those thoughts; your ears for what you listened to; and your feet for walking into those places you shouldn’t have.

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Subhana2 ya Rabbi

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Sometime you just gotta be your own hero and save your own little heart. Because sometimes the people you can’t imagine living without, can actually live without you.

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How Do I: Become A Better Muslim

adviceforconverts:

Salaam! I have been doing some thinking lately. Shuyukh and scholars are always clamoring on about “good Muslims,” and people are always striving to be considered a “good Muslim,” but what exactly is the criteria for that title and can we honestly judge whether or not someone is in fact a “good…

Prayer is a powerful too. But remember, Allah works in His timings not ours. Make dua then be patient. And what’s best for you will come to you.

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islamicgirl:

There is only One whom understands me better than I understand myself. The One who has made plans for whole my life. And the only One who knows all that is in my heart. Every time I need Him, He is there for me. When I want to tell my secrets, when I want to cry out, when I’m frustrated, when I only see darkness - He azzawajal is always there for me, and not only that, He shows me the eternal light. The joy comes slowly into my heart. When I want to show my gratitude, my happiness He has blessed me with, He is there. Allah azzawajal is always there. I bow down to my Creator. I bow down to the One who can change my life in a second by just saying be, and verily it will be. SubhanAllah. Ya Allah, Ya Rahman,Ihdina Siratul-Mustaqeem,Yaa Muqallibal Quloob Thabbit Qalbee ‘alaa Deenik.

islamicgirl:

There is only One whom understands me better than I understand myself. The One who has made plans for whole my life. And the only One who knows all that is in my heart. Every time I need Him, He is there for me. When I want to tell my secrets, when I want to cry out, when I’m frustrated, when I only see darkness - He azzawajal is always there for me, and not only that, He shows me the eternal light. The joy comes slowly into my heart. When I want to show my gratitude, my happiness He has blessed me with, He is there. Allah azzawajal is always there. I bow down to my Creator. I bow down to the One who can change my life in a second by just saying be, and verily it will be. SubhanAllah.

Ya Allah, Ya Rahman,
Ihdina Siratul-Mustaqeem,
Yaa Muqallibal Quloob Thabbit Qalbee ‘alaa Deenik.