O my Lord! If your mercy is reserved only for those with pure hearts, then where will the sinful find refuge? O my Almighty Allah! If you accept only the pious people, then to whom will the guilty turn in prayer? …. Surely, you are the Most Compassionate.

– Mevlana Rumi rahimahu Llah –

Dua for the Heart!


The following is a beneficial dua for the heart written by Imam Abdullah bin Alawi al-Haddad (may Allah be pleased with him), which was taken from the Khulasa of Sayyidi Habib Umar bin Hafiz, and translated by Shaykh AbdulKareem Yahya (may Allah preserve our scholars and grant us benefit through them):

اَللّهُمَّ أخْرِجْ مِنْ قَلـْبِي كـُلَّ قَدْرٍ لِلدُّنْيا وَ كـُلَّ مَحَلٍّ لِلخَلـْقِ يَمِيلُ بِي إلى مَعْصِيَتِكَ أو يُشْغِلُني عَنْ طاعَتِكَ أو يَحولُ بَيْنِي وَ بَيْنَ التَّحَقـُّقِ بِمَعْرِفتِكَ الخاصَّة و مُحَبَّتِك الخالِصَة

Allahumma akhrij min qalbiy kulla qadrin lid-dunyaa wa kulla mahallin lilkhalqiy yamiylu biy ilaa ma’siyatika aw yushghiluniy ‘an thaa ‘atika aw yahuwlu bayniy wa baynat-tahaqquqi bi ma’rifatikal khas-sah wa muhabbatikal khaalisah.

O Allah rid my heart of: any value for the world, and place for the creatures that make me incline to disobeying You, or distracts me from obeying You, or comes between me and the realisation of elect Knowledge of You, and true love of You.

Allahumma Amin Ya Rabb!



I implore Allah جل جلاله to bestow upon us, you, and all seekers, perfect etiquette towards Him, fear of Him, and proximity with Him; that He open the doors of closeness and nearness to Him for us and you. We ask Him to fill our hearts with love and the secrets of gnosis. There is no capability except from Allah; upon Him I rely and to Him I turn.

– Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi hafizu Llāh –

Du’a by Rumi rahimahu Llah


Our heart is a pen in Your hand. It is all up to You to write us happy or sad. All our feelings have the color You desire to paint. From the beginning to the end, no one but You. The Most Graceful, make our future better than the past!

– Mevlana Rumi rahimahu Llah –

Come I must…


In Thy Pardon is my trust,
Begging by Thy Gate, in dust,
Though You spurn me, come I must.

– Muzaffer Ozak –