~KULLU MAN 'ALAIHA FAAN~

~KULLU MAN 'ALAIHA FAAN~ "He who kneels before Allah ( سبحانه وتعالى) can stand before anyone"

......SULTAN.....

Tamilnadu / India


Previously - {sultandwarrior.tumblr.com}

athousandrosesisolated:

The whole of the Quran is perfect but this is my favourite ayah of the Quran because it reminds me that Allah swt is always close and I can always call upon him when I need him and that hes closer to us than our own selves (in his knowledge )  
Alhamdulilaah

I was tagged by pearly0pal and verily-with-hardship-comes-ease

Andd i tag aqiilaah staineddove zlovesa blogbeyzanoor ummaimaan dastaan-e-dil dokhtareafghan murmuringstars footsteps-in-jannah path2islam lefthandedpluviophiletahtihal-anhar thedressingupbox peacefulrays yesbloodismyink arwish10 jannahflowers

:)

Reblogged from itsherlove

athousandrosesisolated:

The whole of the Quran is perfect but this is my favourite ayah of the Quran because it reminds me that Allah swt is always close and I can always call upon him when I need him and that hes closer to us than our own selves (in his knowledge )
Alhamdulilaah

I was tagged by pearly0pal and verily-with-hardship-comes-ease

Andd i tag aqiilaah staineddove zlovesa blogbeyzanoor ummaimaan dastaan-e-dil dokhtareafghan murmuringstars footsteps-in-jannah path2islam lefthandedpluviophile
tahtihal-anhar thedressingupbox peacefulrays yesbloodismyink arwish10 jannahflowers

:)

verily-with-hardship-comes-ease:

I don’t often take part in tagged posts, but this one is just amazing so I couldn’t resist!

Basically, once tagged, you create a post listing your favourite surah from the Qur’an, and provide a brief explanation as to why it’s so dear to you.

I was tagged by these beautiful souls: xo-lovepalestine bethechangeyouwishtoosee givemetaqwa-givemesabr wa-llahi


So it probably comes as no surprise that I chose this particular verse as the one that most resonates with me! 
It genuinely instills in me a sense of hope and comfort, somehow assuring me that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that surely there is goodness behind any hardship which may befall me.  
During moments of difficulty, I find myself uttering this phrase continuously. Alhamdulillah, it really does help me maintain patience and grants me optimism and hope for better things to come, thus making each hardship somewhat more bearable.

Alhamdulillah for the Qur’an in all its wisdom and beauty. It really does work wonders in improving state of mind, as well as nurturing the soul!


So I’m going to randomly tag a bunch of people. Please try to take part guys, as it would be nice to learn which particular verse of the Qur’an strikes a chord with each of you, and its personal significance :)

myheartfullofscripture m-khadija palmsofparadise will-not-give—up tawakkul1 namaktoob heartyhati keeponknocking rafeyas the-fault-in-our-iman deenbeforedunya b-a-b-y-m-a-m-a krizvioftexas mun-aa kyklophore radouaney2j realistic—optimist myownpresence athousandrosesisolated jietensha blissfullyawareof sawahassan x-forever-in-sujood-x dil-e-man-rushan-ghardad herthoughtfulsimplicities inpursuitoftalent theiridescentfantasy thepowerofpatience soul-metamorphosis sweetnessoftears rakindil dark-green-stars9632 rez-bella16 girlinadelusionalworld dxcviii deliciousmalfoil afghanproverb cheefbroom yourabstractthoughts

Reblogged from athousandrosesisolated

verily-with-hardship-comes-ease:

I don’t often take part in tagged posts, but this one is just amazing so I couldn’t resist!

Basically, once tagged, you create a post listing your favourite surah from the Qur’an, and provide a brief explanation as to why it’s so dear to you.

I was tagged by these beautiful souls: xo-lovepalestine bethechangeyouwishtoosee givemetaqwa-givemesabr wa-llahi


So it probably comes as no surprise that I chose this particular verse as the one that most resonates with me!
It genuinely instills in me a sense of hope and comfort, somehow assuring me that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that surely there is goodness behind any hardship which may befall me.
During moments of difficulty, I find myself uttering this phrase continuously. Alhamdulillah, it really does help me maintain patience and grants me optimism and hope for better things to come, thus making each hardship somewhat more bearable.

Alhamdulillah for the Qur’an in all its wisdom and beauty. It really does work wonders in improving state of mind, as well as nurturing the soul!


So I’m going to randomly tag a bunch of people. Please try to take part guys, as it would be nice to learn which particular verse of the Qur’an strikes a chord with each of you, and its personal significance :)

myheartfullofscripture m-khadija palmsofparadise will-not-give—up tawakkul1 namaktoob heartyhati keeponknocking rafeyas the-fault-in-our-iman deenbeforedunya b-a-b-y-m-a-m-a krizvioftexas mun-aa kyklophore radouaney2j realistic—optimist myownpresence athousandrosesisolated jietensha blissfullyawareof sawahassan x-forever-in-sujood-x dil-e-man-rushan-ghardad herthoughtfulsimplicities inpursuitoftalent theiridescentfantasy thepowerofpatience soul-metamorphosis sweetnessoftears rakindil dark-green-stars9632 rez-bella16 girlinadelusionalworld dxcviii deliciousmalfoil afghanproverb cheefbroom yourabstractthoughts

idayumumtaz:

 islamic-dawaah:

When becoming humiliated, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] in Ta’if.   
 
When being starved, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] tying two stones to his stomach in the battle of Khandaq.  
 
When becoming angry, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s control of anger on the martyrdom of his beloved Uncle Hamza. 
 
When losing a tooth, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s tooth in the battle of Uhud.  
 
When bleeding from any part of the body, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s body covered in blood on his return from Ta’if. 
 
When feeling lonely, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s seclusion in Mount Hira.        
 
 When feeling tired in Salaat, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s blessed feet in Tahajjud.
 
 When being prickled with thorns, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s pain from Abu Lahab’s wife.
 
When being troubled by neighbours, remember the old woman who would empty rubbish on the Prophet[Peace be upon him].
 
 
 When losing a child, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s son, Ibrahim.
 
 When beginning a long journey, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s long journey to Madinah.
 
 When going against a Sunnah, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s intercession, (Ummati, Ummati, Ummati) (My Ummah).
 
 When sacrificing an animal, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s sacrifice of 63 animals for his Ummah.
 
 Before shaving your beard, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s face rejecting the two beardless Iranians.
 
When falling into an argument with your wife, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s encounter with Aisha and Hafsa (Radhiallahu anha)
 
When experiencing less food in the house, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s days of poverty.
 
 When experiencing poverty, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s advice to Ashaab-e-Suffa (People of Suffa).
 
 When losing a family member, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s departure from this world.
 
 When becoming an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s age at six.
 
 When sponsoring an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s sponsor for Zaid ibn Haritha.
 
  When fearing an enemy, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s saying to Abu Bakr in Mount Thour.
Whatever situation you may find yourself in, remember your role model, the best of creation: Prophet Muhammad [Peace be upon him]

Reblogged from sunni-muslim

idayumumtaz:

 islamic-dawaah:

  • When becoming humiliated, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] in Ta’if.  

 

  • When being starved, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] tying two stones to his stomach in the battle of Khandaq. 

 

  • When becoming angry, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s control of anger on the martyrdom of his beloved Uncle Hamza.

 

  • When losing a tooth, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s tooth in the battle of Uhud. 

 

  • When bleeding from any part of the body, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s body covered in blood on his return from Ta’if. 

 

  • When feeling lonely, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s seclusion in Mount Hira.        

 

  •  When feeling tired in Salaat, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s blessed feet in Tahajjud.

 

  •  When being prickled with thorns, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s pain from Abu Lahab’s wife.

 

  • When being troubled by neighbours, remember the old woman who would empty rubbish on the Prophet[Peace be upon him].

 

 

  •  When losing a child, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s son, Ibrahim.

 

  •  When beginning a long journey, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s long journey to Madinah.

 

  •  When going against a Sunnah, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s intercession, (Ummati, Ummati, Ummati) (My Ummah).

 

  •  When sacrificing an animal, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s sacrifice of 63 animals for his Ummah.

 

  •  Before shaving your beard, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s face rejecting the two beardless Iranians.

 

  • When falling into an argument with your wife, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s encounter with Aisha and Hafsa (Radhiallahu anha)

 

  • When experiencing less food in the house, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s days of poverty.

 

  •  When experiencing poverty, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s advice to Ashaab-e-Suffa (People of Suffa).

 

  •  When losing a family member, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s departure from this world.

 

  •  When becoming an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s age at six.

 

  •  When sponsoring an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s sponsor for Zaid ibn Haritha.

 

  •   When fearing an enemy, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s saying to Abu Bakr in Mount Thour.

Whatever situation you may find yourself in, remember your role model, the best of creation: Prophet Muhammad [Peace be upon him]

idayumumtaz:

 islamic-dawaah:

When becoming humiliated, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] in Ta’if.   
 
When being starved, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] tying two stones to his stomach in the battle of Khandaq.  
 
When becoming angry, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s control of anger on the martyrdom of his beloved Uncle Hamza. 
 
When losing a tooth, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s tooth in the battle of Uhud.  
 
When bleeding from any part of the body, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s body covered in blood on his return from Ta’if. 
 
When feeling lonely, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s seclusion in Mount Hira.        
 
 When feeling tired in Salaat, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s blessed feet in Tahajjud.
 
 When being prickled with thorns, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s pain from Abu Lahab’s wife.
 
When being troubled by neighbours, remember the old woman who would empty rubbish on the Prophet[Peace be upon him].
 
 
 When losing a child, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s son, Ibrahim.
 
 When beginning a long journey, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s long journey to Madinah.
 
 When going against a Sunnah, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s intercession, (Ummati, Ummati, Ummati) (My Ummah).
 
 When sacrificing an animal, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s sacrifice of 63 animals for his Ummah.
 
 Before shaving your beard, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s face rejecting the two beardless Iranians.
 
When falling into an argument with your wife, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s encounter with Aisha and Hafsa (Radhiallahu anha)
 
When experiencing less food in the house, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s days of poverty.
 
 When experiencing poverty, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s advice to Ashaab-e-Suffa (People of Suffa).
 
 When losing a family member, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s departure from this world.
 
 When becoming an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s age at six.
 
 When sponsoring an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s sponsor for Zaid ibn Haritha.
 
  When fearing an enemy, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s saying to Abu Bakr in Mount Thour.
Whatever situation you may find yourself in, remember your role model, the best of creation: Prophet Muhammad [Peace be upon him]

Reblogged from sunni-muslim

idayumumtaz:

 islamic-dawaah:

  • When becoming humiliated, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] in Ta’if.  

 

  • When being starved, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] tying two stones to his stomach in the battle of Khandaq. 

 

  • When becoming angry, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s control of anger on the martyrdom of his beloved Uncle Hamza.

 

  • When losing a tooth, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s tooth in the battle of Uhud. 

 

  • When bleeding from any part of the body, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s body covered in blood on his return from Ta’if. 

 

  • When feeling lonely, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s seclusion in Mount Hira.        

 

  •  When feeling tired in Salaat, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s blessed feet in Tahajjud.

 

  •  When being prickled with thorns, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s pain from Abu Lahab’s wife.

 

  • When being troubled by neighbours, remember the old woman who would empty rubbish on the Prophet[Peace be upon him].

 

 

  •  When losing a child, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s son, Ibrahim.

 

  •  When beginning a long journey, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s long journey to Madinah.

 

  •  When going against a Sunnah, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s intercession, (Ummati, Ummati, Ummati) (My Ummah).

 

  •  When sacrificing an animal, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him]’s sacrifice of 63 animals for his Ummah.

 

  •  Before shaving your beard, remember the Prophet[Peace be upon him] ’s face rejecting the two beardless Iranians.

 

  • When falling into an argument with your wife, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s encounter with Aisha and Hafsa (Radhiallahu anha)

 

  • When experiencing less food in the house, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s days of poverty.

 

  •  When experiencing poverty, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s advice to Ashaab-e-Suffa (People of Suffa).

 

  •  When losing a family member, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s departure from this world.

 

  •  When becoming an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s age at six.

 

  •  When sponsoring an orphan, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him] ‘s sponsor for Zaid ibn Haritha.

 

  •   When fearing an enemy, remember the Prophet [Peace be upon him]’s saying to Abu Bakr in Mount Thour.

Whatever situation you may find yourself in, remember your role model, the best of creation: Prophet Muhammad [Peace be upon him]

"

One squeeze in the grave will make you regret every morning in your life that you didn’t wake up for Fajr. Please be strong enough to give 5 minutes of your sleep time to your Lord who gave you all the uncountable blessings you have.

Fajr is for soldiers. -Khalid Yasin

"

Reblogged from xmidnightstarx

(via somali-hijabi)

"Don’t announce your problems to the world looking for sympathy. Most don’t care, many don’t want to hear them and some are glad you have them. Address your concerns to Allah, He’s always there and He can help."

Reblogged from islamic-art-and-quotes

Abdulbary Yahya

Originally found on: beautifulsabr

(via islamic-art-and-quotes)

islamsadvocate:

This world was created to be in service to us. From the moon and sun to the trees and animals, etc. Allah is Most Wise and truly deserves ALL praise. Allahu akbar. #Reflect

Reblogged from islamsadvocate

islamsadvocate:

This world was created to be in service to us. From the moon and sun to the trees and animals, etc. Allah is Most Wise and truly deserves ALL praise. Allahu akbar. #Reflect

"

The enemy may defeat Gaza. (The stormy sea might overwhelm a small island.)

They might cut down all her trees.

They might break her bones.

They might plant their tanks in the bellies of her women and children, or they might toss her into the sand, into the sea, into blood.

But:

Gaza will not repeat the lies.

Gaza will not say yes to the conquerors.

And she will continue to erupt.

It is not death, and it is not suicide, it is Gaza’s way of announcing she is worthy of life.

"

Reblogged from thenorthafricanmiddleeastern

Journal of an Ordinary Grief - Mahmoud Darwish (via stay-human)

haseebrizzo:

"This world with it’s delusions, My soul with it’s offences and My delays have deceived me.”
The supplication of Kumayl, written by Ali ibn Abu Talib.

Reblogged from talkingtothemo0n

haseebrizzo:

"This world with it’s delusions,
My soul with it’s offences and
My delays have deceived me.”

The supplication of Kumayl, written by Ali ibn Abu Talib.

haseebrizzo:

"This world with it’s delusions, My soul with it’s offences and My delays have deceived me.”
The supplication of Kumayl, written by Ali ibn Abu Talib.

Reblogged from talkingtothemo0n

haseebrizzo:

"This world with it’s delusions,
My soul with it’s offences and
My delays have deceived me.”

The supplication of Kumayl, written by Ali ibn Abu Talib.

hijab3love:

Quotes and sayings sur We Heart It.

Reblogged from hijab3love

hijab3love:

Quotes and sayings sur We Heart It.

Reblogged from quran-verses

الخبير

Reblogged from iluv-islam

ibtasem:

There are moments
when life leaves me
completely speechless.

These are the moments
I am not able
to utter a single word,

yet He knows
about my inner unrest
and removes it.

Because He is Al-Khabir,
The All-Aware

Reblogged from mybeautyishijab

islamic-art-and-quotes:

If You Only Pray When…Originally found on: thebeautyofislam

Reblogged from dailyislam101

islamic-art-and-quotes:

If You Only Pray When…

Originally found on: thebeautyofislam