Islamic MUST DO beauty tips – 6 Ways How to be more attractive!
This Hadith Quotes tells us that stubbornness is not always good. Infact Imam Ali as. said that stubbornness is the cause of evil. Let us achieve a great muslim lifestyle and accept our weaknesses. Here are a few tips how to deal with stubbornness
💐 In The Name Of Allah The Most Gracious The Most Merciful
💌 Life is hard? Tired? Stressed? Overwhelmed by countless problems?
This world is a platform of tests, have you forgotten?
Even the rich go through worry and predicament,
Just as many celebs conceal fears and depression.
No human is completely free from imperfections,
Puzzles to solve, hurt feelings, moments of confusion,
Stress and expectations that lead to disappointments.
You’re not alone. All humans are being examined.
Some are tested with wealth or insufficient earnings,
Others with looking after their loved ones and children.
Some struggle with one-sided love, feeling heartbroken,
While many deal with emptiness due to misguidance.
Dunya was meant to be filled with examinations.
It’s supposed to be like that, full of tribulations
And trials from Allah the Almighty to strengthen
The righteous souls to prepare them for Jannah’s entrance.
So life’s tests are less challenging, maintain connection
With our Creator Allah, say Du'a, stay patient,
Study the Qur'an, learn Islam, and be resilient
Until you reach Jannah where there won’t be suffering.
📖 Anas ibn Malik RadhiAllahu ‘anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Whoever is concerned about the Hereafter, Allah will place richness in his heart, bring his affairs together, and the world will come to him although he is reluctant for it. Whoever is concerned about the world, Allah will place poverty between his eyes, disorder his affairs, and he will get nothing of the world but what is decreed for him.”
Source: Sunan At-Tirmidhi 2465
Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Al-Albani
📖 Ibn Abbas RadhiAllahu 'anhuma narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Take advantage of five before five: Your youth before your old age, your health before your illness, your richness before your poverty, your free time before your busyness, and your life before your death.”
Source: Shu’ab Al-Imān 9575
Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Al-Albani
📖 Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Hellfire is veiled by lusts (desires), and Paradise is veiled by hardships.”
Source: Sahih Al-Bukhari 6122
Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Al-Bukhari
So I’ve never had many friends. Throw the quarantine I have lost most of the but I was ok because I had my best friend/ex-step sister and last night she told me that I was unwelcomed at her house and she was done with me. The sad thing is I’m not as upset as I thought I would be just more confused than anything we are moving in two different direction. The thing that does upset me is that I just moved closer to the area that she lives. Any tips lady’s on making friends for a introvert? Please DM if you have or going throw the same thing?
Remove at least 1 thing per day from your home that you can donate or sell
Anyone know what “feeling foggy and kinda unreal after getting too into a book”’s formal name is? Like, I’m sure it’s not a NT thing, so it’s bound to have a name.
10 claves para una estrategia de servicio al cliente de redes sociales
El uso de redes sociales por parte de las empresas tiene múltiples beneficios, como brindar a los clientes la oportunidad de interactuar directamente con ellos. Casi la mitad de los usuarios de redes sociales han buscado servicio al cliente con empresas a través de sitios sociales como LinkedIn, Facebook y Twitter. Y la gran mayoría de los que están en las redes sociales (83% de los usuarios de…
Tiny Changes to Boost Your Week – Vol 7
Didn’t you love last week’s meal preps?! This week I have a little bit more of that same magic, including a video that could have come straight out of my own kitchen; it WILL teach you how to meal prep in a way that works for anyone or any family. I also have some of my favorite shoulder blade and neck stretches linked in here in case you haven’t made it to Recovery recently (remember – my…
I’ve been seeing a lot of people show interest in my little challenges that I post occasionally on my tumblr and I want to just put it out there that my mind is small and the sheer amount of adventures a person can go on are vast and endless. And our paths are all different.
I made a journey tiktok account and am thinking of attempting as many of these little challenges and hoping to inspire others to get out of their comfort zones and to change their ways of thinking, but I wanted to hear from you guys what you’d love to see me do. What things would actually inspire you guys to go for what you want? And what types of things would make you guys join in on the journey?
I’ve always wanted to create a space for those of us who feel stuck to experience growth and one of the best ways to do that is by challenging the fear that rules our lives. This fear is very valid, especially for poc, women and the queer community (all of the above😌), so I thought it could be great to start this journey in a realistic manner and hopefully help others who feel confined by these restraints. I plan to be honest about this journey and it’s ups and downs and hopefully we can together create a family of dream chasers.
So if you’re interested in this journey feel free to send me asks with requests for things that you’d want to see me do. They can be bucket list items, mini challenges, self-care related or anything you can think of and I’ll try to do that for you.
And for further reference. I’m a 22 year old filmmaker who has only dreamed of traveling and telling stories to the world. I’ve always been more passive than active about my dreams and though I’ve been better about them in the last couple of years, I am no closer to my goal of leaving everything behind and traveling. I’ve always wanted to create a collective or start a family similar to Yes Theory, but for the girls and gays. I’ve always wanted to tell the world that we can do it too, despite the resistance we face. So here I am putting myself out here and hoping to meet likeminded people who would want to be a part of this✨
Ca fait 10 ans (environ) que je ne suis plus membre, uniquement admin (ou rien, comme c’est le cas depuis 2 mois). Pendant tout ce temps, j’ai accumulé une certaine expérience en tant qu’admin, j’ai fait des erreurs (beaucoup d’erreurs) qui m’ont appris énormément de choses. Alors aujourd’hui, j’aimerais vous partager une petite liste de conseils très simples (ce n’est évidemment que MON avis et chacun fait encore ce qu’il veut mdr) (et of course je n’ai pas la science infuse, il y a plein de choses que l’on pourrait ajouter).
Et puis bien sûr, je le précise étant donné que ce n’est pas tjrs clair pour tout le monde : éduquez-vous sur les discriminations vécues par une partie de la population (racisme, validisme, homophobie, sexisme et j’en passe). N’oubliez pas que ce n’est PAS aux personnes concernées de vous éduquer, mais que c’est à VOUS de faire cette démarche (demander aux personnes concernées de le faire est une violence car si pour vous c’est purement de l’éducation sans sentiment derrière, pour eux la charge mentale (devoir éduquer) et émotionnelle (devoir ressasser et penser à ces violences quotidiennes pour vous les expliquer) est TRES forte.
Il existe plein de ressources gratuites en FR et en EN (et dans d’autres langues surement) pour vous guider. Et partez du principe que vous ne serez JAMAIS sûr de ne pas faire d’erreur si vous n’êtes pas concerné, donc si un membre vous parle d’un problème sur votre forum, dépêchez-vous de le régler pour éviter à ce membre et à d’autres plus de préjudice.
Enfin dernière chose : ceux qui s’en foutent de ces sujets et qui refusent de s’éduquer et de comprendre les violences qu’ILS perpétuent n’ont droit qu’à une place : la poubelle. Vous n’avez clairement PAS besoin d’eux sur votre forum, vraiment, même si ils sont 10 et que vous avez 11 membres. 1 personne victime vaudra tjrs plus que 10 coupables (franchement je pensais que ça coulait de source mais apparement pas pour tout le monde mdr).
Here is some unsolicited advice for anyone seriously organizing (and you should be organizing)—
1. Shut up and listen to your fellow workers.
You’re not smarter than they are. You’re not more enlightened. Your task is not to teach the uneducated masses. Your tasks are to listen, ask genuine questions and to give a damn.
2. Stop idolising.
I appreciate the work of those who have come before me but I don’t worship them like gods and I don’t study their texts like sacred doctrine. Rigid, uncritical adherence to any dogma weakens our ability to adjust fluidly to changing circumstances. Good organising must be a never-ending process of praxis, evaluation and adaptation.
3. Nurture collaborative creativity.
There is no one playbook in this fight. There are proven methods, like AEIOU but every job site is different and our strategies must reflect that. Work together to devise new ways to build worker power on the job. You will think of things I will not think of and vice versa. Try new tactics, assess the risks, make mistakes and learn from them.
As you learn from mistakes and victories, keep track of them together. Ask hard questions as a group and accept errors. Don’t become combative or defensive. Likewise, learn lessons from your successes and always celebrate your collective wins.
5. Practice together.
The primary tools of effective organising are listening and asking questions. Like anything, purposeful practice will hone your skills and increase your comfort with this work. Team up with fellow workers to role play. Test each other with difficult scenarios. Prepare for 1-on-1s ahead of time. Avoid going into an organising conversation off the cuff.
6. Make yourself replaceable.
That doesn’t mean make a carbon copy of yourself to fill the roles and perform the tasks for which you are responsible. It means expanding the skill set of all fellow workers to create continuity in organising. People will burn out. People will move on. Building worker power means growing capacity to deal with turnover.
7. Have fun and take care of each other.
Organising is hard and we are up against some incredible odds in this fight. It’s imperative that we create joy in our lives and our organising where we can. Every good day we can wrest from the tragedies of this system is a victory to be celebrated. If you’re not organising to improve the everyday lives of the people around you, then what’s it all for?
If you’re not organising and would like to get started, reach out. iww.org
Morgan Gets Parenting Tips Last Day Before Maternity Leave
From having sex after childbirth to dealing with spoiled kids, the expecting “Nightly Pop” host gets a full rundown on what to expect during motherhood. Watch!