1. 12:17 12th Apr 2014

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  2. 00:30

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    Whatever you do to have lovely flowers, must also be done for love.
    — Ayatullah Khamenei  (via darknessandlight)
     
  3. 23:23 11th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from al-sabur

    Realize this truth, my son, that the Lord who owns and holds the treasures of Paradise and the earth has given you permission to ask and beg for them and He has promised to grant your prayers. He has told you to pray for His Favours that they may be granted to you and to ask for His Blessings that they may be bestowed upon you. He has not appointed guards to prevent your prayers reaching Him. Nor is there any need for anybody to intercede before Him on your behalf.

    If you go back upon your promises, if your break your vows, or start doing things that you have repented of, He will not immediately punish you nor does He refuse His Blessings in haste and if you repent once again He neither taunts you nor betrays you though you may fully deserve both, but He accepts your penitence and pardons you. He never grudges His Forgiveness nor refuses His Mercy, on the contrary He has decreed repentance as a virtue and pious deed. The Merciful Lord has ordered that every evil deed of yours will be counted as one and a good deed and pious action will be rewarded tenfold. He has left the door of repentance open. He hears you whenever you call Him. He accepts your prayer whenever you pray to Him. Invoke Him to grant you your heart’s desire, lay before Him the secrets of your heart, tell Him about all the calamities that have befallen you and misfortunes which face you, and beseech His help to overcome them. You may invoke His Help and Support in difficulties and distresses.

    You may implore Him to grant you long life and sound health, you may pray to Him for prosperity and you may request Him for such favours and grants that none but He can bestow and award.

    Think over it that by simply granting you the privilege of praying for His Favours and Mercies, He has handed over the keys of His treasures to you. Whenever you are in need you should pray and He will confer His Bounties and Blessings. But sometimes you will find that your requests are not immediately granted, then you need not be disappointed because the grant of prayers often rests with the true purpose and intention of the implorer. Sometimes the prayers are delayed because the Merciful Lord wants you to receive further rewards for patiently bearing calamities and sufferings and still believing sincerely in His Help. Thus you may be awarded better favours than you requested for.

    Sometimes your prayers are turned down, and this is also in your interest; because you often, unknowingly, ask for things that are really harmful to you. If your requests are granted they will do you more harm than good and many of your requests may be such that if they are granted they will result in your eternal damnation. Thus the refusal to accede to your solicitations is a blessing in disguise to you. But very often your requests, if they are not really harmful to you in this life or in the Hereafter, may be delayed but they are granted in quantities much more than you had asked for, bringing in more blessings in their wake than you could ever imagine. So you should be very careful in asking Allah for His Favour. Only pray for such things as are really beneficial to you, and are lasting and in the long run do not end in harm. Remember, my dear son, that wealth and power (if you pray for them) are such things that they will not always be with you and may bring harm to you in the life in the Hereafter.

    — Imam Ali (a) Nahjul Balagha Letter 31 (via al-sabur)
     
  4. 21:00

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  5. 14:46

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    Don’t think about what can happen in a month. Don’t think about what can happen in a year. Just focus on the 24 hours in front of you and do what you can to get closer to where you want to be.
    — Eric Thomas 

    (Source: natural-lifters)

     
  6. 14:45

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  7. 14:45

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    Never stop praying; no matter how dark and hopeless it may seem. Keep your faith.
    — 

    (Source: moeyhashy)

     
  8. 14:41

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Village in mountains of Iran. More.

    Village in mountains of Iran. More.

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  9. 14:41

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    "She lives the poetry she cannot write"

    Translation:
    هي تعيشُ الِشعر الذي لا تستطيع أن تكتُبه.

    (Source: myarabicthoughts)

     
  10. 18:33 10th Apr 2014

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  11. 18:26

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    rsvnr:

    اللّهُمَّ لا سَهْلَ إِلاّ ما جَعَلتَهُ سَهلاً، وَأَنْتَ تَجْعَلُ الْحَزَنَ إِذا شِئْتَ سَهْلاً

    O Allah, there is no ease other than what You make easy. If You please You ease sorrow.

     
  12. 18:26

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  13. 18:26

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    Everything up to this point in your life, is how Allah planned it to be. Trust Him, have faith in Him, show sabr & you’ll find your answer.
    — (via moeyhashy)
     
  14. 13:07 9th Apr 2014

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  15. 13:06

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    People are like cities: We all have alleys and gardens and secret rooftops and places where daisies sprout between the sidewalk cracks, but most of the time all we let each other see is is a postcard glimpse of a skyline or a polished square. Love lets you find those hidden places in another person, even the ones they didn’t know were there, even the ones they wouldn’t have thought to call beautiful themselves.
    — Hilary J. Smith, Wild Awake  (via anditslove)

    (Source: quoted-books)