Mooji (via klae)
"Step into the fire of self-discovery. This fire will not burn you, it will only burn what you are not."
Key Ballah, Ramadan 2014 (via keywrites)
"They say it takes 21 days of doing something consistently for it to become a habit.
For something to stick to your ribs and be part of your routine.
This holy month has 30 days, 9 more days than you need to make living without him a habit,
to make not sparking that spliff a habit,
to make not touching alcohol a habit,
to make not watching porn a habit,
to make loving your mother infinitely a habit,
to make uplifting and reinforcing your sisters a habit,
to make speaking truths a habit,
to make loving yourself a habit,
to make salaah a habit,
to make kindness a habit,
to make goodness a habit.
21 days to make success a habit and 9 more to make sure you got it.
Ramadan Mubarak Family."
Before I give you a list of duaas- I want to remind you that reading your athkar everyday is important. Reading them prevents you from evil eye and black magic, aswell as protects you from jinn.
Athkar to be read after Fajr and after Asr prayers:
Ayatul kursi [Quran 2:255] (one time)
Surat Al-Ikhlaas [Quran: 112] (three times)
Surat Al- Falaq [Quran: 113] (three times)
Surat Al-Nas [Quran: 114] (three times)
(note: the links above should have the Arabic verse, the English translation, and the English transliteration. If you are missing one of them, there is a selection list on the side, aswell as other languages to choose from)
Duaas used daily:
- Duaa when waking up
- Duaa when entering the washroom
- Duaa when completing wudu (ablution)
- Duaa when leaving the washroom
- Duaa when putting on clothes
- Duaa when eating (or drinking)
- Duaa if you forgot to to say bismillah before eating
- Duaa when finished eating (or drinking)
- Duaa when leaving the house
- Duaa when entering a market/ mall (1million good deeds!!)
- Duaa when entering the Mosque
- Duaa when entering the house
- Duaa before sleeping
Other useful duaas:
- Duaas for exams, anxiety, sorrow, and stress
- Duaa seeking guidance
- Duaa for istikhaara
- Duaa seeking good in this world and the hereafter
- Duaa to ward off evil
- Duaas to remember and thank Allah
Thats all I could think of for now, if you have further/ specific requests feel free to message :)
Bringing it back for ramadan
"Notice the people who are happy for your happiness, and sad for your sadness. They’re the ones who deserve special places in your heart."
"At one point or another, you shall be required to answer the question: Am I ready to be who I am destined to be?"
Originally found on: smile-itssunnah(via islamic-art-and-quotes)
"When I say ‘as-salaamu alaykum’ and when you say ‘walaykum as-salaam’ to me, then we’ve actually made an open declaration that there is no grudge, animosity, hatred, or anxiety between us, and that we only wish peace from Allah upon each other."
Hazrat Ali Radi Allaho Anho (via islamicrays)
"Safeguard yourself from having very high expectations because the joy received from the gifts of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala are driven away. It diminishes its value in your eyes, making you ungrateful and thankless."