Princess.

melihat-langit-menunggu-hujan:

hahaaa XD this gif just made my day. 
I’m tired… I’m so tired. I thought I just needed a night’s sleep, but it’s more than that.

lambaghinimercy:

I fear death, yet I still disobey Allah. I cry over my losses, but I wipe the tears away and carry on with my life — repeating the same sins over and over again.

(via edge-of-patience)

I just feel pain. A lot of pain. I thought I could imagine how much this would hurt, but I was wrong.
She wears all black
just like her soul
yet her heart is made of gold.
No one in my family, not one of my friends or classmates realized that I was going through life asleep.
It was literally true: I was going through life asleep. My body had no more feeling than a drowned corpse. My very existence, my life in the world, seemed like a hallucination. A strong wind would make me think my body was about to be blown to the end of the earth, to some land I had never seen or heard of, where my mind and body would separate forever. ‘Hold tight,’ I would tell myself, but there was nothing for me to hold on to.
dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Ten Ways to Remain Firm Upon Islam
1. Seek Allah’s help for guidance and steadfastness. Allah has praised the Du’a of the scholars in the Qur’an:  “Our Lord! Let not our hearts deviate (from the truth) after You have guided us, and grant us mercy from You. Truly, You are the Bestower.” 
2. Sit with righteous people and attend circles of remembrance of Allah like Islamic lectures enthusiastically. Visit pious people. 
3. Study the lives of righteous people by reading books or listening to tapes about them. Give more emphasis on studying the biographies of the Companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him). 
4. Frequently listen to Khutbahs and lectures that soften the heart and are emotional. 
5. Observe the obligatory deeds, like performing the five daily prayers and making up the missed fasts of Ramadan, with care, due to the great good that obligatory deeds carry. 
6. Do voluntary deeds, even if they are few, that are easy and loved by the heart. Surely the most beloved deeds to Allah are the consistent ones even if they are few, as the Prophet (peace be upon him) informed us. 
7. Start memorizing the Qur’an. Recite it constantly and as much as possible. Recite what you memorized in the voluntary prayers. 
8. Remember Allah and seek His forgiveness, i.e. do Dhikr and Istighfar. Surely these are easy deeds but their benefit is immense. They increase the Iman (faith) and strengthen the heart. 
9. Stay as far away as possible from ‘the corrupter’s of the heart’, like bad friends, television, satellite channels, music, obscene magazines, etc. 
10. Repent as quickly as possible. With sincere repentance, by the will of Allah, there will be no turning back. Indeed Allah becomes very happy when His servant repents.
Source: Shaykh Abdullah Bin Jibreen, Al-Madina Magazine, Courtesy of: Saudi Gazette Issue Friday, 24 September 2010
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