Whenever sorrow comes, be kind to it.
For God has placed a pearl in sorrow’s hand

–  Mevlana Rumi rahimahu Llah –

The Acceptance


The reason for acceptance of my prayers
will always be Prophet salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam

– Written by Abidah/Savera @ 07.01.2017



What does life give me in the end but sorrow?
What do love’s good and evil send but sorrow?
I’ve only seen one true companion – pain,
And I have known no faithful friend but sorrow

– Hafiz Shirazi rahimahu Llah –

Let me find myself

Don’t let me wander from Your love 
Don’t let me leave Your door

And if I lose myself
Let me find myself …. with You.

– Yunus Emre –

Du’a on Arafah Day @ 2016

Let us ask today for love and forgivness, a sound heart, an healthy soul, a character of goodness & protection for others from ourselves. May we live for Allah, love those He Loves and respect all life on earth. May this day become a means of salvation and give us the greatest gift of all time, which is to follow the sunnah of Allah by loving the Best of Creation Prophet salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa salam 

My Arafa Day Du’a #2016 #dayofArafah



Do you rebel against Allah when you claim to love Him?
By my life, this is an extraordinary example!

If your love had been true, then you would have obeyed Him
The lover obeys the one he loves

– al-Mahmud ibn al-Hasan al-Warraq (a poet) –

The Art of Taking Notes

Awesome advice – Many of them I use and some I can begin to do  🙂


By Shaykh Shahin-ur Rahman

As the new Islāmic academic year[1] approaches, students of knowledge are moving into the higher years at every Islāmic institute of learning (dār al-ʿulūm). Many are prone to becoming overwhelmed by the volume of their studies and speed of their teachers’ lectures. At this point, they fall prey to making a ‘rookie mistake’ they later realise and regret. That is, the error of taking inefficient notes.

Every dār al-ʿulūm has a broad range of students taking notes. Some, in the process of attempting to write every word emanating from the teacher’s mouth verbatim, miss the core content of the lecture. Others, on the other hand, give up writing completely and hope to rely on a classmate’s notes. As with everything in life, success lies in creating a balance.

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Meri Mushkil Ko Yu(N) Aa’saa(N) Mere Mushkil Kusha Karde
Har eK Mouj-E-Bala Ko Mere Mawla Na Khuda Karde

Thus render easy, my each and every tribulation, oh my eradicator of tribulation —
and steer me safely over the crashing waves of each and every misfortune.

Naat written by Taaj’ush Shariah Mufti Akhtar Rida Khan [great grandson of Ala Hazrat]
(hafizu Llah)
Naat translated by Muhammad Yusuf Raza al-Amjadi