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“There’s still hope, and you know in your heart there is still hope. No matter what problem you are facing right now, no matter how painful or hard it is, you know there is hope for a better tomorrow, because you know in your heart, that Allaah Azza Wa Jall doesn’t burden a soul more than it can bear.

“Call upon me, I will respond to you.” [40:60]

So why can’t we call upon Him? Is it because you think you have sinned too much? Is it not more shameful that He whom you displease everyday of your life, call upon you 5 times a day and you just turn your back on Him? Is that not more shameful?

We are weak, we will make mistakes, no one is perfect, no son of Adaam Alaihi Salaam has not committed a sin. 

So how come we are not ashamed on committing sins yet ashamed on asking forgiveness from Him?

The prayer is a gift from Allaah Azza Wa Jall. It is the best method of showing gratitude and asking forgiveness from Him. 

Learn to fill your heart with much gratitude for Allaah Azza Wa Jall, make your eyes see what is better and what is right, let your ears hear no evil but hear only what is haqq and let not your tongue utter a word of disrespect to others or defamation to anyone rather let it speak of what your religion says, of what is good and what is better and let it be sealed in silence at times when anger emerges in and from you.

Indeed, a heart of a believer never gets tired of asking and repenting for it knows that His Lord never gets tired of giving and forgiving.

So don’t give up yet.

You’re a Muslim, we don’t give up. 

We accept, face and deal with every hardship & test this life throws at us, with complete obedience, patience and tolerance for the sake of Allaah Azza Wa Jall.”

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rdeviantarab:</p><br /> <p> </p><br /> <p>momo33me:<br /><br /> Tom Hurndall was a peace activist and an aspiring photojournalist. His photographs, alongside his journals, bear witness to the often terrible, sometimes uplifting, events he saw and experienced while living among families in Iraq, in a refugee camp in Jordan, and in the Gaza Strip. It was there on 11 April 2003 that he was shot in the head by an Israeli soldier while attempting to rescue a child who had been pinned down by gunfire. He died nine months later in hospital in London.RIP<br /><br />
rdeviantarab:</p><br /> <p> </p><br /> <p>momo33me:<br /><br /> Tom Hurndall was a peace activist and an aspiring photojournalist. His photographs, alongside his journals, bear witness to the often terrible, sometimes uplifting, events he saw and experienced while living among families in Iraq, in a refugee camp in Jordan, and in the Gaza Strip. It was there on 11 April 2003 that he was shot in the head by an Israeli soldier while attempting to rescue a child who had been pinned down by gunfire. He died nine months later in hospital in London.RIP<br /><br />
rdeviantarab:</p><br /> <p> </p><br /> <p>momo33me:<br /><br /> Tom Hurndall was a peace activist and an aspiring photojournalist. His photographs, alongside his journals, bear witness to the often terrible, sometimes uplifting, events he saw and experienced while living among families in Iraq, in a refugee camp in Jordan, and in the Gaza Strip. It was there on 11 April 2003 that he was shot in the head by an Israeli soldier while attempting to rescue a child who had been pinned down by gunfire. He died nine months later in hospital in London.RIP<br /><br />
rdeviantarab:</p><br /> <p> </p><br /> <p>momo33me:<br /><br /> Tom Hurndall was a peace activist and an aspiring photojournalist. His photographs, alongside his journals, bear witness to the often terrible, sometimes uplifting, events he saw and experienced while living among families in Iraq, in a refugee camp in Jordan, and in the Gaza Strip. It was there on 11 April 2003 that he was shot in the head by an Israeli soldier while attempting to rescue a child who had been pinned down by gunfire. He died nine months later in hospital in London.RIP<br /><br />
rdeviantarab:</p><br /> <p> </p><br /> <p>momo33me:<br /><br /> Tom Hurndall was a peace activist and an aspiring photojournalist. His photographs, alongside his journals, bear witness to the often terrible, sometimes uplifting, events he saw and experienced while living among families in Iraq, in a refugee camp in Jordan, and in the Gaza Strip. It was there on 11 April 2003 that he was shot in the head by an Israeli soldier while attempting to rescue a child who had been pinned down by gunfire. He died nine months later in hospital in London.RIP<br /><br />
rdeviantarab:</p><br /> <p> </p><br /> <p>momo33me:<br /><br /> Tom Hurndall was a peace activist and an aspiring photojournalist. His photographs, alongside his journals, bear witness to the often terrible, sometimes uplifting, events he saw and experienced while living among families in Iraq, in a refugee camp in Jordan, and in the Gaza Strip. It was there on 11 April 2003 that he was shot in the head by an Israeli soldier while attempting to rescue a child who had been pinned down by gunfire. He died nine months later in hospital in London.RIP<br /><br />

“Tom Hurndall was a peace activist and an aspiring photojournalist. His photographs, alongside his journals, bear witness to the often terrible, sometimes uplifting, events he saw and experienced while living among families in Iraq, in a refugee camp in Jordan, and in the Gaza Strip. It was there on 11 April 2003 that he was shot in the head by an Israeli soldier while attempting to rescue a child who had been pinned down by gunfire. He died nine months later in hospital in London.

RIP.”

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haahahahaha fk

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wouldn’t mind returning to Sabah for this

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“We might not see it, understand it, or realize it straight away, but indulging into that which Allah has forbidden for us will always become a source of pain, regret, and trouble.”

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