A promise is considered as a debt, the liability to pay it back depends on one’s morals.

Imam Ali (AS)

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The servant of God is like the lover whose thought does not leave his beloved for any reason. If he does so, his love is deficient; for, love is total and there is no room left for anything else. So, his thought is about the beauty of the beloved and her beautiful form, and about her deeds and character. If he thinks about himself, either he does so to make himself more acceptable to his beloved and to seek (the means for) that, or he thinks about that in himself which displeases his beloved and how to avoid that. The thought of love and friendship with God Most Hight is the same.

Imam al-Ghazali

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وَإِذَا سَأَلَكَ عِبَادِي عَنِّي فَإِنِّي قَرِيبٌ ۖ أُجِيبُ دَعْوَةَ الدَّاعِ إِذَا دَعَان


If My servant asks you about Me, I am near. I answer the call of the caller when he calls on Me

Surat Ul-Baqarah, Ayah 186. (via fuhtizahraa)

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All night a man called “Allah” until his lips were bleeding. Then the devil sad, “How come you’ve been calling Allah all night, and never heard Allah say “Here, I am!”? The man suddenly felt abandoned. Depressed he fell asleep. In a dream, he met Abraham who asked him, “Why are you regretting praying to Allah?” The man said, “I called and called, but Allah never replied.” Abraham then explained, 

Allah has said: “your calling my name is My reply. Your longing for Me is My message to you. All my attempts to reach you are reflected in your attempts to reach me.”

In the silence surrounding every call of “Allah”, waits a thousand replies of “Here I am.

Maulana Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi. (via will-not-give—up)

ajeebinsaan “Call on me, I will answer you.” (40:60)
Remember last night?

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Iranian women gather at the shrine of the Shiite Saint Imam Abdulazim, in Shahr-e-Ray, south of Tehran, Iran, on the occasion of the death anniversary of Fatima, the daughter of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad on April 3, 2014. (Ebrahim Noroozi/AP)

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Iranian women gather at the shrine of the Shiite Saint Imam Abdulazim, in Shahr-e-Ray, south of Tehran, Iran, on the occasion of the death anniversary of Fatima, the daughter of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad on April 3, 2014. (Ebrahim Noroozi/AP)

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"Behold! My Ahlul-Bayt are like the Ark of Noah. Whoever embarked in it was SAVED, and whoever turned away from it was PERISHED."- Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

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"Behold! My Ahlul-Bayt are like the Ark of Noah. Whoever embarked in it was SAVED, and whoever turned away from it was PERISHED."

- Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

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Being married forces you to fine tune those not-so-great-aspects of yourself and strive to be better. Love comes in here too; when you are in a loving relationship (and in love and loved); you have this amazing reservoir of energy within you that allows you to flourish and nurture.

It brings out the best in you and makes you strive to be better because someone cares and loves you; and vice versa. It is kind of like how we instinctively react to another’s perception of us, when they think well of us and believe in us, we want to do even better; but when they disparage us we will get defensive. Is it any wonder that our beloved Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam said that marriage is half of faith?