The solutions for all of your problems lies in memorizing the Qur’an, understanding it, and practicing that which it teaches you.
My experience in Makkah
Praying behind sudais! Is such a blessing wallahi! Like tears just start flowing out of no where. You can feel the khusho in salah. And than when you make taslim (say salam) after done praying. The first thing you see is the kabaa! Than tears start flowing again. It’s an amazing experience! Everyone who hasn’t been to umrah! Please make it possible to go before u do hajj. Just so u know wat it’s like…Alot of paitence, is all I can say! People will push you like no tomorrow. People will be so sweaty and touch and rub against you. and smell so bad. But you can’t say nothing. You just have to keep your mouth shut. Becus you came for ibadah not to be comfortable… You really struggle a lot. But with all the blessings that you see. You will appreciate every ounce of struggle that has been placed upon u, Making tawaaf is a struggle when there is a lot of people, coming and leaving to the masjid is a struggle, the food, the sickness, bathroom. So many things. But once you enter the masjid and see the kabaa you forget everything! It’s a huge stress reliever! Alhūmduillāh, Nothing in this world can ever come close to comparison. This feelin I cannot express, I’m just wondering how jannah is like! subhān-Allāh
Whoever fasts Ramadhan while inwarldy saying; Once the month is over, i will disobey Allah; this person’s fasting is rejected.
Ka’b [Lataa-if al-Maarif by Ibn Rajab] (via sayingsofthesalaf)
imagine having Allah (swt) tell you on the day of judgment that He is pleased with you.
“La tahzan innallah ha ma’ana” - “Don’t be sad, Allah is with us” [9:40]
It’s the month of Ramadan please donate this masjid. They are in need