10 Signs You Love Someone for the Sake of Allah

Alhamdulillah…we have been fasting for 16 days.. Alhamdulillah wa astaghfirullah… and i never miss any yet.. only few days I missed few juzuk, insyaAllah will try hard to cover them..

I have been quiet since last post… because i was too sad .. but now am ok..Alhamdulillah.. yes.. i am a kind of person who give a deep thought of something …huhu..especially things that really close to my heart.. what? Friendship for the sake of Allah…

Few misunderstanding happened and it made me sad, sad not because of anybody at all, but because of myself.. i have been zulm not to myself only but also others around me without me realising it astaghfirullah hal azim…. but Alhamdulillah finally i come to redha state and 100% yaqeen, there is a hikmah behind what had happened… and i have learnt a lot … Alhamdulillah Allah never neglect me and always guide me to the right path Alhamdulillah, thank you Allah..

Oh i just wanna share about 10 signs you love someone for the sake of Allah.. i  thot it is a good reminder for myself.. and insyaAllah for all of you , my reader..

10 Signs You Love Someone for the Sake of Allah

1. You are not upset if there is a lack of commitment: Since Allah brought this person to you, He can also take him away at any time. As long as you have paid your due for Allah’s sake you should not worry about lack of commitment 

2. You are willing to sacrifice for them for the sake of Allah: It means to let go of what is precious to you. Time, energy, money and reputation for Allah’s sake. You are willing to even give you friend up for Allah’s sake too if that is what is best for him.

3.  You have no expectations from them: Your reward lies solely with Allah swt and you know this and do not expect anything from people in general

4. You are happy when you see them happy: You are happy when you see them satisfied in the blessings of Allah. Even when these blessing have not been brought upon you. 

5. You hold no record book of reciprocation on them: You do not hold an account of who puts in more effort in the friendship. It makes forgiving quite easy as well because it involves forgiving for the sake of Allah

6. You met for His sake and continue to reunite for His sake: You met on good intentions and continue to meet for a purpose greater than yourselves. 

7. You conflict comes with no drama: When it does happen however, they decide to end matters in a respectable manner that pays due to you past and your connection with Allah and not your ego. 

8. You do not have to agree on everything: You will not need anyone’s approval for your ideas since they lie between you and your Lord. Good friends will consult the Quran and Hadith when they disagree. And if even then they still do, that’s ok. 

9. You give them your good word: Praise each other when commit good deeds and give good word

10. You are constant reminder of Allah to them and they are a constant reminder of Allah to you: In worship and speech, you both tend to remember Allah. 

and before Ramadhan ends, i want my readers to know that i love all of you for the sake of Allah..nomatter who you are, where you come from, how we get to know each other.. i still love you for the same of Allah…

To my Hubby.. yes , I love you for the sake of Allah.. I want you to be my Hubby in Jannah… InsyaAllah * love*

Till then, i see you.

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Spare some of your times ….

Please take ur time read this. Meaning of namaaz… Such a beautiful reminder:

Today I come to you with a very simple act…… an action which we do every day……

I noticed many of us go to Rukuu or Sujoud and raise up so fast, some don’t even take the time to say “Subhana Rabi Al Adheem” 3 times…and say it only once!!!!

Well, I have good news for you today…… I have news that will make you today onwards go to Rukuu or Sujoud with a different feeling and different timing.

The Prophet PBUH said: When a slave stands and prays, all his sins are brought and placed on his head and shoulders. Every time he bows or prostrates, some of them fall from him.” (Bayhaqi, Saheeh al-Jami’)

So from now on when you stand up to pray, imagine all your sins being placed on your head and shoulders and when you go on Rukuu and Sujoud, stay longer to lose as many as you can and picture them falling down and away from you. Understand the purpose of praying… this will help you concentrate …..

When you go to the position of Rukuu, feel and tell Allah with your heart that you will never kneel to anyone but him and picture those sins falling down.

And when you say “Sami’Allahu liman hamidah” (Allah hears who thanks Him) and you say “Rabbana walakal Hamd” (Thanks to you my Lord) you are thanking Him for honoring you and making you stand straight not like the other creatures who walk on four with their back bent. Thank Him for making you able to move and pray.

When you go to the first Sajdah (you put your head down on the floor) you are representing the earth which you came from and when you get up after the first Sajdah you are representing the first time He created you from the earth.

When you go on the second Sajdah again on the ground, you are representing when you die and you go back to the ground and when you get up the second time you are representing the second time when Allah brings you back from the dead on the Day of Judgment, therefore, concentrate with every movement and feel it.

Make a lot of du’aa in Sujoud and remember du’aa is ibadah and Allah loves those who ask Him…ask Him and beg Him… complain to Him… you are better off complaining to Him than to humans….He will never betray you, He will never let you down, He will never look down on you and He is the only one who can answer your needs with your head held high.

Do you know the reason you say “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is greater) every time you move in a prayer?

It’s a reminder that Allah is greater than anything you might be thinking about from this world. So be honest when you say “Allahu Akbar” and remember He is greater than anything that is occupying your mind while you pray.

Do you know when you stand up to pray and say “Allahu Akbar”, Allah stands before you and the minute your mind goes wondering on silly things in this life, Allah turns His face away from you and says (Is there something better than me taking you away from me?)

How lucky are we to have Allah meet us and stand before us 5 times a day, to listen to us and to our problems and to grant us our wishes and forgives us for our sins every day. You say “Allahu Akbar and He is there, you don’t need to stand in front of His door for hours or take an appointment or meet a mediator or a secretary, how generous is He?

Hopefully we will all from today pray differently and enjoy our prayers like never before In shaa Allah. Yaa Allah taqabbal salaatana… Ameen.

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Ps: i read this somewhere and i tought everyone else should read this too,.. so amazing what our movements in salaat actually means… Subhanallaah Allahu Akbar! ❤