“ مركبك إلى الله هى سجادة صلاتك .. بقعة الأمان الوحيدة فى هذه الأرض الخراب هى سجادة الصلاة
Your vehicle to God is your prayer mat. The only safe spot on this ruined earth is the prayer mat. ”
O Allah, each time I decide to prepare and ready myself for offering prayers before You and conversing confidentially with You, You throw on me slumber whenever I stand for prayer; thus, You deprive me of conversing with You confidentially whenever I try so.
What is the wrong with me? Whenever I feel that my inner self has become decent and that my session has become similar to the sessions of those who turn much to You, a misfortune would inflict me, causing my feet to be shaken, and standing against my showing servitude to You.
O my Master, perhaps You have pushed me away from Your door and You have dismissed me from Your service!
Or, perhaps, You have noticed that I belittled the duties that You have made incumbent upon me, and You thus set me aside!
Or, perhaps, You have seen me turning away from You and thus You have turned away from me!
Or, perhaps, You have found me in the manner of the liars and thus You have rejected me!
Or, perhaps, You have observed me showing no gratitude for Your graces and thus You have deprived me of them!
Or, perhaps, You have not found me in the meetings of the scholars and thus You have let me down!
Or, perhaps, You have seen me among the inattentive ones and thus You have made me despair of Your mercy!
Or, perhaps, You have found me fond of the sessions of the wrongdoers and thus You have referred me to them!
Or, perhaps, You have not willed to hear my prayers and thus You have kept me away from You!
Or, perhaps, You have punished me for my offenses and sins!
Or, perhaps, You have penalized me for my shamelessness!
If You forgive me, O Lord, then You have occasionally forgiven the sinners like me, because Your compassion, O my Lord, is too great to be compared to the punishment of the negligent. I am now seeking refuge with Your generosity and fleeing for You to You, hoping for the promise that You have taken as regards pardoning those who have good idea about You.”
Dua Abu Hamza Thumali (via yaseeneducation)
“ .الجسم في بلد والروح في بلد، يا وحشة الروح بل يا غربة الجسد ”
i just listened to “the end of the world” and now i’m listening to “what a wonderful world”
i have no fucking idea what i’m doing :D :D :D
i’m mr. lonely
i have nobody for my oooooo~owwwwwn
i’m so lonely
i’m mr. lonely
wish i had someone to call on the phooooo~oone
somewhere in this darkness there’s a light that I can’t find
maybe it’s too far away or maybe I’m just blind
Ads Against Apartheid (AAA) launched these brilliant ads on the Boston subway system this week.
“The ads simply state the facts and are backed up with citations from credible human rights and international organizations, including the United Nations,” said Chadi Salamoun, the president of Ads Against Apartheid, who added that “if the ads are shocking, that’s because the reality on the ground is shocking.”
Richard Colbath-Hess, a Jewish-American faculty member at the University of Massachusetts, and the co-founder of Ads Against Apartheid, noted that “American tax dollars help the Israeli government maintain an incredibly brutal military occupation, which has denied the Palestinian people their basic rights for decades. These ads show what Israel’s occupation and apartheid really look like, and it is important for Americans to see that.”
"Community has pulled off one the most patient easter egg: in one episode of each of the first three seasons, the word "Beetlejuice" was used off-handedly in a joke. If you’ve seen the movie Beetlejuice, the titular mischievous ghost would appear in the world of the living if anyone said his name three times. So, sure enough, on the third mention by a Community character, this guy appears in the background for exactly two seconds. They patiently waited three years to reach that punchline."