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💐 In The Name Of Allah The Most Gracious The Most Merciful

💌 Advice on how to deal with the feeling of regret 

From being kind to those who devalue your kindness, 

From confiding in those whom you thought could be trusted, 

From sharing secrets with “friends” who spread them for gossip, 

And from trying to reach out just to get rejected:


Rely on Allah, and with His Love stay contented. 

So long as Allah loves you, His slaves aren’t needed, 

Specially if those who left happen to be toxic - 

Your good traits they ignore, of your blessings they’re jealous, 

Convos with them lack purpose, and they’re unsupportive.


No need for bystanders’ support to feel accomplished. 

No begging for people’s kudos to feel completed.

Let critics cringe and roll eyes to show they’re envious, 

While you keep moving forward to Allah and success.

Don’t you dare connect with those whose care brings no merit.


You’re not prideful. You truly tried your best to invest 

In saving the friendship, but they chose to disconnect. 

Their gossipy online posts made you lose interest, 

Their love for playing hard to get inspired you to dread 

Seeing them, and detest how their ways are too childish.


To avoid regretting meeting anyone you’ve met: 

Believe Allah controls all things, His Decree accept, 

Respect and trust must be mutual to protect friendships, 

Know Allah willed it, and life won’t improve by regret.


📖 Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu ‘anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “The strong believer is more beloved to Allah than the weak believer, but there is goodness in both of them. Be eager for what benefits you, seek help from Allah, and do not be frustrated. If something befalls you, then do not say: 'If only I had done something else.’ Rather say: "Allah has decreed what He wills.” Verily, the phrase ‘if only’ opens the way for the work of shaytan.”

Source: Sahih Muslim 2664

Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Muslim

📖 Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “The souls are like conscripted soldiers. They come together upon what they recognize, and they differ upon what they reject.”

Source: Sahih Al-Bukhari 3109 

Sahih Muslim 2638

📖 Anas Ibn Malik RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Deliberation is from Allah, and recklessness is from shaytan.”

Source: Al-Sunan Al-Kubrá 18651

Grade: Hasan (Fair) according to Al-Albani

📖 Sahl Ibn Sa’d RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Clemency is from Allah and haste is from shaytan.”

Source: Sunan At-Tirmidhi 2012

Grade: Hasan (Fair) according to Al-Suyuti

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Bukan ketinggalan, hanya belum ketemu waktu yang tepat aja.

Bukan berantakan, hanya belum terbiasa aja.

Bukan hancur, hanya belum kuat aja.

Bukan gagal, hanya belum mencoba lagi aja.


Kadang, di saat-saat menegangkan itu, saat percaya dan kecewa mulai bertarung untuk memenuhi relung, memang hanya mindset yang bisa menjadi penolong.

Gapapa, pelan-pelan, nanti pasti bisa, nanti pasti sampai.

Yuk, dinikmati yuk!


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El Capitan Reflection – Yosemite National Park

We must talk to the world,
and the world must talk to us.
Though “commune” is more to the point
than “talk,”
for with “commune,”
the emphasis is on listening
and not on what is to be said.

How do we position ourselves–
to commune with the world?

Sit quietly.
Tune in.
Wait for the shift to happen.
The shift in perspective
that lends itself
to seeing/hearing/understanding/
what is being said to us
in the silence,
and what is being called for
within the circumstances of our life.

is a way of opening ourselves
to the world,
not of shutting ourselves off
from the world.
Contemplation and reflection
are required for realization
and discernment.

When we do this,
what happens?
And what happens next?

If our life were a book
what would the title be?

What movie or myth
best represents our life?

What song or poem
best expresses how it is
to be who we are?

It helps to be fluent in metaphor,
and to be able to grasp
what the symbols are referencing
in order to turn the world
and the events of the day
into a mirror reflecting
the inner depths of ourselves.

We see ourselves looking at us–
for us–
when we take the time to listen
to what is going on.

We are speaking to ourselves all the time,
but no one is listening.
The world is speaking to us all the time,
but no one is listening.

We have to know how to read the signs,
to interpret our nighttime dreams
(They all are saying:
“This is how it is with you right now!”
How is it with us right now?)

We have to relate ourselves properly–
appropriately and authentically–
to the environment in which we are living

Religion that does not connect us
to the here-and-now
is worse than worthless.
Religion that talks to us of the then and there,
or of the not yet but one day,
separates us from the only time that matters:
the present moment of our knowing,
or knowing-not,
what is called for
and what is to be done about it.

This is what our communion with the world
will do for us,
open us to the time and place of our living
and provide us with the awareness
and the wherewithal
to trust ourselves to the impulse of our nature
in responding to the need of the moment,
all our life long.

And that is all that is ever needed
in any time and place.

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How do I stop lookin’ emo cuz I swear I’m not trying???????

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I cannot sleep because I am thinking too much

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And of all the masks we share, there is one that, with pride, I call my own
Where The only distinction between abstract and reality is the depths of
our imagination

Enter the deepest realms of my mind, and be lost. Even I cannot find my way

Look one way, and be blind to another
Lose the ability to adapt, lose the ability to thrive
As we continue to breath someone else’s fresh air, we forget who we are in
the circle of

We mustn’t forget to take a moment to be ourselves, in times where we are
pushed to be
someone else

We wait, And a light will come, and we will stare and hope that this is our

In this mask, Eyes reflect the soul, and my are blue as ice
They glisten and encapsulate
Those who can’t learn to hide will never survive

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💐 In The Name Of Allah The Most Gracious The Most Merciful

💌 To those who project their wicked traits onto others,

Who act like they read minds, see hearts and unseen matters,

Who accuse people of “riyaa” when they’re the braggers,

And who claim we tell lies whilst they’re the frequent liars:

Do you get paid to be fault-finders and accusers?


Is that your hobby or habit to search for errors

In others to conceal your guilt of those same matters?

How you interpret a Muslim’s actions uncovers

Your inner thoughts, upbringing, and actual character.

Naturally you’d spot things that seem, to you, familiar.


So if you instantly assume someone’s a “boaster”

Who’s “desperate for attention” or who’s “insincere”,

Perhaps you’re the one who’s eager for more likes and shares,

Who sometimes utters words that are untrue or unclear?

Traits you notice in others may be things you hold dear.


The similitude of those who like to point fingers

And blame others is that of a shameful shoplifter,

Who steals what he wants then accuses other shoppers

Of the very same thing he does before departure.

Such awful tactic befits the weak and insecure.


A closeted gay would accuse you of being “queer”,

Those who’ve stolen before may theorize you’re the “thief”,

And one with pride may guess you’re “arrogant” or “snobby”.

Critics’ wrong impressions describe their reality

Usually when they’re guilty of intense jealousy.


📖 Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu ‘anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “The believer is a mirror to his faithful brother. He protects him against loss and defends him behind his back.”

Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu 'anhu said, 'The believer is a mirror to his brother. If he sees something wrong in him, he should correct it.’

Source: Al-Adab Al-Mufrad 239

Grade: Hasan (Fair) according to Al-Albani

📖 Ibn Mas’ud RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: The Messenger of Allah SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam was distributing charity when a man from the Ansaar said, “By Allah, Muhammad did not intend to please Allah with this!” I came to the Prophet SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam and told him about it, then anger could be seen on his face. The Prophet SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Moses (Prophet Musa 'alaihis salaam) was hurt by more than this, yet he remained patient.”

In another narration, the Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Who will be just if not Allah and His Messenger?”

Source: Sahih Al-Bukhari 5712, Sahih Muslim 1062

Grade: Muttafaqun Alayhi (Authenticity agreed upon) according to Al-Bukhari and Muslim

📖 Abu Dharr RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “A man does not accuse another man of wickedness or disbelief except that it will be turned against him, if his companion is innocent.”

Source: Sahih Al-Bukhari 5698

Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Al-Bukhari

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idk if i should delete my fics from here and move them over or just reblog them there and leave them alone here

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would y’all kill me if i changed my name

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Setahun lebih kemudian, sesampainya di rumah, ternyata banyak sekali yang berubah. Selain habbit normal baru, kondisi rumah pun terkesan hijau.
Semenjak pensiun plus di rumah aja, Ibuku menekuni lagi hobi berkebun dan menanam bunganya. Jadi, dari ujung depan rumah, samping, hingga luar gerbang belakang pun penuh dengan tanaman dan bunga-bunga. Bahkan di kamar mandi maupun tepi washtafel…


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