Kamis, 25 Juli 2013

Wise Words for Sisters

*Trust is like glass. Once shattered, no matter how well it is repaired, the cracks do not completely disappear. Always be trustworthy.

*Allah knows who belongs in your life and who doesn't. Trust and let go. Whoever is meant to be there, will still be there.

*A marriage has a lot of ups and downs, good and bad, but when the love of your life looks at you and says "I'm still in love with you", you know it's for real. 

*"A Muslimah must have modesty and humility. When we wear hijab and niqab we must not become proud over those who do not wear them. When we believe we have "more" knowledge than others, we must not become arrogant and when we think we are on the Haq (right path) we should not behave self-righteous, belittling others, as opposed to advising them with Adab (good Islamic manners)."

* Every Muslim Woman should arise love for Hijaab in her daughter's heart since childhood. So when they Grow up they should consider this hijaab as a part of their dress.. But to do this a MOTHER should set an Example in front of Her Daughter..!!!!

*Our relationship with our parents is a very fragile one. It may seem that they are demanding and sometimes nagging but deep down they love you and want what is best for you. Remember their great favor upon you in taking care of you when no one else would. Remember that Allah's pleasure and displeasure with you lies in their pleasure and displeasure with you. And if there truly is something negative about them then conceal it, over look it, make dua' for them and make sure when you become a parent you don't have that same characteristic. O Allah have mercy upon our parents just like they had mercy on us. Ameen. 


*Beauty is a deception but Deen is not a deception. Beauty fades away and Deen stays.
So,
When based on looks and wealth, it is:
- Love him/love her,
- live with him/ live with her,
- leave him/ leave her.
When based on character & piety, it is:
- Live with him/ live with her,
- love him/ love her,
- love him more each day/ love her more each day.


* Designer's clothes may get you the attention of others but Your Creator pays attention to you when you are dressed with modesty.....

 *Marriage has less beauty and more safety than the single life. It is full of sorrows and full of joys. It lies under more burdens but it is supported by all the strengths of love, and those burdens are delightful.

* Hijab is not just an outfit, but it is a way of life that adorns the one who wears it. The believing woman is keen with it on choosing every move and every pause.
Starting from her walk and through the subjects that she speaks in and ending with the tone of her voice.


*Before you get married, make sure your hands & heart are empty from yesterdays junk, so that you can fully embrace your "present". It would be very unfair to the one you marry if you can not give 100% of yourself as well as accept 100% with mind & heart 

*Hijab forces a man to look at a women with respect rather then an object

*“Haram love is just like salty water, no matter how much you drink from it, it will never quench your thirst. On the contrary, it will increase it. But Halal love will not only quench you, but it will also refresh you.Halal love is just like fresh water,it is full of affection, peace and mercy.”
   
*If you are single then make du'aa that you find someone who makes you fall in love with Allah every single day
may Allah bless us with spouse who will always remind us of Allah .
ameen


*O dear sister, When you marry your husband you leave your birth home and you become a real woman. your husband becomes your family,your maintainer and protector, the father of children, your friend and lover so treat him well and follow him to the ends of the earth.....fear Allaah in regards to how you treat him.

*"No matter how far you've gone down the wrong road, turn back."

*"Guidance is a special gift of the Almighty bestowed upon those sincerely & tirelessly searching for it."

*Ya Allah ! give us the courage and understanding to prepare ourself for "Aakhirat" and take this "Dunyaa" for granted and save us from Fire. Ameen. O Allah ! make it easy for us on the Day of Judgement. Ameen. Summa Ameen.

*Dear daughter! You are leaving the environment which you are accustomed to and departing from the place you grew up in to a partner whom you are unfamiliar with. If a woman had no need of a husband due to her parents sufficing her, then you would be the last person to require a husband, but women were created to be the partners of men, and men were created to be the partners of women.

*Him : in his Duaa, after salah, he prays that Allah joins him with her in Halal

Her: in her Duaa, after salah, she prays that she performs a Hajj in which he will be her mahram

They didn’t meet yet, but their love for Allah and their Commitment to Deen is the common point between them, that will guide them to each other eventually 


*The one who actually loves you will never use or abuse you, but protect you from those who will try to use or abuse you. May Allah grant us all a spouse who will love us unconditionally! Ameen!

*Islamic beauty parlor

Dear sisters, to beautify your eyes
lower your gaze towards strange men, This will make your eyes pure and shiny
If you follow these advices given to you by the Creator, you will have a beautiful and attractive inner and outer appearance.
 
 
 
 
 


*When you see a person who has been given more than you in money and beauty, look to those, who have been given less.
It is better to sit alone than in company with the bad; and it is, better still to sit with the good than alone. It is better to speak to a seeker of knowledge than to remain silent; but silence is better than idle words.
The best richness is the richness of the soul.
 
 
 
 
 


*Don't wait for the right person to come into your life, instead be the right person that comes in someone else's life.

*If you're really sincere about your repentence, you would review your priorities.

*You'll never be able to pay your parent's debt for raising you up. Please be good to them while they're alive. O Allah, have mercy upon them, amen.

*Care is the cement that keeps the marriage together. Love is the water that keeps it alive. Prayers are the glue that keeps it connected, and honesty is the ingredient that will make it last. And Allah is the comforter of the hearts. 

*Even though a man is responsible for his gaze, you are responsible for what you give him to gaze at.
O Muslim women! You are the daughters and mothers of the Ummah and your honor is the honor of the Ummah! Please fulfill your duty of Hijaab that Allah has made compulsory upon you.
 
 
 


*Sincere Advice For Sisters; so beware, and save yourself. The most precious things that a woman possesses are her honour, her modesty and her chastity. Do a great deal of acts of worship and duaa, and close all doors that may lead to fitnah. Be pure and chaste, so that no evildoer could ever hope to get anywhere near you. The same thing applies to the brothers.

*7 Keys to a great relationship in your marriage: honesty, trust, freedom, respect, understanding, compromise, and communication. In every relationship, respect is earned, honesty is appreciated, trust is gained, and loyalty is returned. 

*No flirting (outside of marriage!)
Flirting is a common and often trivialized occurrence that happens a lot at places like the work place; a simple smile, laughing at jokes with the opposite gender, a slight touch here and there, a wink, or a deep look. All these will lead your heart away from the commitment you have with your spouse, and in fact would be opening the door to infidelity. The best defense in this case would be to stay as far away from interactions with the opposite gender as possible.
Don’t even go near, as the old saying goes, if you play with fire you will get burned.








 
 
 
 
 

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