This eid will be lonely. No more waiting for him to take half day. No more shopping for grocery together. No more menu planning. No more going to Masjid Jamek together.

He’s found my replacement. He described her as someone who has freed her from his solitude…

He lied. He once assured me that if anyone would leave, it would be me. No matter what the circumstances are, he would never leave…

I achieved something I regard as big this year. I don’t feel excited because I had no one to celebrate it with. I just want to celebrate my success with him. But he’s found my replacement.


1 week ago // 0 notes
Dua'as for Rain and Thunder

s-a-b-r:

At the time of rain:

اللَّهُمَّ صَيِّبَاً نَافِعَا
Allaahumma Sayyibann Naafi’aa
“O Allaah, (bring) beneficial rain clouds.”
(Bukhari – Fathul-Bari 2/518)

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اللَّهُمَّ أَغِثْنَا ، اللَّهُمَّ أَغِثْنَا ، اللَّهُمَّ أَغِثْنَا
Allaahumma…


3 weeks ago // 39 notes

Hello razor my old friend.
I’ve come to talk with you again.


1 month ago // 1 note

He’s inflicted so much pain, he’s told so many lies, he has caused my self esteem to disintergrate into tiny little grain, he left me high and dry with not even a goobye.
And yet he is the only man I can’t despise.


1 month ago // 0 notes

I hope when I meet Mr. Right someday, he will be as kind, as helpful, as responsible and as funny as Ariff. He is by far the most genuine guy I know. I am so honored to have him as my friend. MasyaAllah.


1 month ago // 0 notes

29 days til his birthday…


2 months ago // 0 notes

I miss Fairuz bin bahrom


2 months ago // 0 notes
Oh the ever popular list of why your barista hates you.

itcouldjustbeme:

I’d like to say one thing first. We don’t actually hate you, you’re just incredibly annoying, arrogant, and ignorant. I can’t gather enough information about you in our 1-5 minute exchange to hate you (unless you’re racist, but that’s a different story all together). You might just be having a…


4 months ago // 358 notes

How do people end up in relationship after relationship after relationship and I can’t find a single person to even find me remotely interesting for a solid ten seconds?

(via sundaylatte)


4 months ago // 243,879 notes

limitlessplaylists:

Raspberry - Grouplove from Spreading Rumors


4 months ago // 67 notes

partytilfajr:

Why does no one talk about Zayd ibn Harithah, Umm Ayman, and Osama ibn Zayd when they talk about Black Sahaba?

Like, you’re really going to forget about The Prophet’s adopted son and grandson and the woman he called his “second mother,” really?


5 months ago // 139 notes

Anonymous said: I am not the, uh, very passionate dog anon, but I'm wondering, do therapy dogs, dogs for emotional support, or even guard dog for the home count as purposes? (Also, I laughed out loud at "calm your face")

partytilfajr:

I would argue that service dogs, without question, apply to those considerations in the three other schools. This has been approved by various Muftis, 

Seeing-eye dogs, dogs used for PTSD patients, have a significant purpose, analogous to guard dogs or sheep dogs. The issue for the scholars was having dogs as pets, which is considered very disliked, or makruh tahriman by the Hanafis, as enumerated by Sidi Fadi Qutub Zada, a view held by Shafi’is as well, while Hanbalis severely limit the keeping of a dog to only required purposes and thus rule keeping a dog without a purpose is haram.

Sheikh Muhammad Al-Munajjid writes:

With regard to the words of the questioner, “keeping a dog is naajis”. This is not exactly correct, because the najaasah (impurity) is not in the dog itself, rather it is in its saliva when it drinks from a vessel. If a person touches a dog or a dog touches him, that does not mean that he has to purify himself, whether with soil or water. But if a dog drinks from his vessel, then he has to throw away the water and wash it seven times with water and the eighth time with soil, if he wants to use it. If he makes it just for the dog then he does not have to purify it. 

While Ibn Taymiyyah wrote:

With regard to dogs, there are three views among the scholars:

1 – That they are taahir (pure), even their saliva. This is the view of Maalik.

2 – That they are naajis (impure), even their hair. This is the view of al-Shaafa’i and is one of the two views narrated from Ahmad.

3 – Their hair is taahir but their saliva is naajis. This is the view of Abu Haneefah and of Ahmad in the other report narrated from him.

Therefore, to declare “dogs are haram” because some scholars consider them ritually impure is a ridiculous statement, for Ibn Taymiyyah writes:

"That is because the basic principle is that substances are taahir [pure], and it is not permissible to regard anything as naajis or haraam without evidence,"

Sheikh Muhammad Al-Munajjid, a Hanbali, wrote, when asked about a blind Muslim woman keeping a dog for her protection:

"…there is nothing wrong with this woman keeping this trained dog until Allaah provides her with a way out…"

I hope this helps, insha Allah.


5 months ago // 54 notes

Anonymous said: I AM SO ANGRY WHY CANT MUSLIMS HAVE DOGS I AM SO ALONE AND NOW YOU ARE TELLING ME I CANT EVEN HAVE DOGS GOD WONT GIVE ME PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT ME AND HE WONT LET ME HAVE DOGS AS WELL WHAT DO I HAVE TO BE THANKFUL FOR

partytilfajr:

Calm your face.

You can have a dog, you just have to have a purpose. Guard dog, sheep dog, etc. All schools permit dogs if they have a purpose, they disagree on many of the particulars, however, three of the four schools argue that dogs are ritually impure.

Or, you can become a Maliki, they let you have dogs, but then during Ramadan you can’t swallow your spit because that would break your fast.

So… it’s your choice.


5 months ago // 117 notes