Trusting Allah 

sometimes we feel as if there isn’t much hope left for us or the people around us. That there is something in our life that is failing, and in that we feel as if we are failing ourselves or letting others down. It’s in times like this that it is crucial to remember your Lord, and to remember that he doesn’t give us more than we can handle. He may test you, he may let you taste the bitterness, but never is it more than you can bare. Remember, he does this to test us. Perhaps to remind us that we need him more than we need anything worldly. Perhaps to remind us who our creator is. To remind us that the only one who can truly understand what lies in our hearts is the one who created it. 

So trust him. Put trust in what he has given you, and appreciate all he has given you. If a teacher only gave you basic questions in class, you would never learn how to answer questions of a higher level. Similarly Allah tests those who are closer to him. Once you lose Allah you lose all you have. You may still remain with materialistic values, but your heart will never feel the same contentment and peace it feels when you’re connected to Allah. So remember to trust him. Put trust in his plan. Everything happens for a reason. As people, the best we can do is work hard and ask him for what it is we want. He is the creator of all things, the most gracious, the most merciful, the most high. When you take a step toward Allah he comes running toward you – trust him. Create a connection with Allah, and turn to him.

May Allah guide us and grant us jannah. May he forgive us for all the wrong we may do. May he bring us closer to those we love and protect us from all evil. May he make us successful in this life and in the hereafter.  Ameen. 

We’re all sinners

We’re all sinners. Some of us may have heavier Sins than others, but we all sin at some point. Through minor and major sins. But we have to learn that we’re all human, and sinning is a human thing to do. However we need to encourage one another to be better people, and we need to do our best not to sin. To fall into the traps that shaytan creates in the world has become very easy but if we are fooled, we need to ask do forgibeness. 

If someone has had the worst past and is working toward a righteous future, who are you to remind them of their past sins? Rather than judging, and making that individual feel worse we should be encouraging them to work toward gaining a closer connection with Allah. He is the all forgiving most merciful most kind. He knows what lies in their hearts. So encourage one another to goodness, inspire each other toward righteousness rather than wasting time judging one another based on sins. Aim to please Allah. He is the most compassionate. 

We should remind one another of the mercy Allah in order to remind ourselves. He is the creator of us all, and so he knows what’s within our hearts. Ask him for guidance and for help. He is there for us even when we sin. He helps us see the light in the dark. He blesses us with life after we disobey him. Subhanallah. Always ask for forgiveness and always aim to do good acts that please him as  to him is our return. 

May Allah guide us and grant us jannah. May he forgive us for all the wrong we may have done. May he help us to be successful in this life and in the hereafter. May he protect us from all evil and bring us closer to those we love. Ameen.