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An unlearned (person) who answers questions cannot only say ‘it’s allowed’ or ‘it’s not allowed’, rather he must mention the scholar who says it.

Shaykh al-Albānī, Silsilah al-Hudā wa an-Nūr, no.333. (via wayofthesalaf)

And if you would try to count the favors of Allaah, you would never be able to count them. Truly, Allaah is forgiving, Most Merciful.

Surah An- Nahl (16:18) noble qur’an
Meaning that He pardons and forgives them. If He were to ask you to thank Him for all of the blessings, you would not be able to do so, and if He were to command you to do so, you would be incapable of it. If He punishes you, He is never unjust in His punishment, but He is Forgiving and Most Merciful, He forgives much and rewards for little. (Tafsir ibn kathir pg. 444)

I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. ‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death.

Leonardo da Vinci (via taajeh)

(via taajeh)

dawat-us-salafiyyah:

The Appointed Term of the Hour Is Hidden from Us
“No one knows when he/she will die. The appointed term of the Hour is hidden from us. A person drives his car and may not return home. Only the news of his death may reach a relative or a friend. Sudden death is something real and its cases are on the rise. The question is have we prepared for the Day of Recompense? We may be committing sins everyday, but are we seeking forgiveness? And if we do, are we fulfilling the conditions of Tawbah (seeking Allah’s forgiveness)?
The day that passes is considered gone, and day to come we may not live to see. The present day is the one we can invest in for the Hereafter. If we live our days accordance with Allah’s Book and the Prophet’s (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) Sunnah as understood and applied by the righteous predecessors then we hope Allah will save us from the torment of the grave and from the horrors of the Day of Recompense. If we spend our days following the astray ways in belief and Ibaadaat (acts of worship), then we can only blame ourselves. May Allah, the Most Beneficent and Most Merciful, keep us on the Path of As-Salaf-us-Saalih and make us die on it.”
Source: The Tafseer of Surat An-Naazi’aat “Those Who Pull Out” - Complied by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh (rahimahullaahu ta’ala)

dawat-us-salafiyyah:

The Appointed Term of the Hour Is Hidden from Us

“No one knows when he/she will die. The appointed term of the Hour is hidden from us. A person drives his car and may not return home. Only the news of his death may reach a relative or a friend. Sudden death is something real and its cases are on the rise. The question is have we prepared for the Day of Recompense? We may be committing sins everyday, but are we seeking forgiveness? And if we do, are we fulfilling the conditions of Tawbah (seeking Allah’s forgiveness)?

The day that passes is considered gone, and day to come we may not live to see. The present day is the one we can invest in for the Hereafter. If we live our days accordance with Allah’s Book and the Prophet’s (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) Sunnah as understood and applied by the righteous predecessors then we hope Allah will save us from the torment of the grave and from the horrors of the Day of Recompense. If we spend our days following the astray ways in belief and Ibaadaat (acts of worship), then we can only blame ourselves. May Allah, the Most Beneficent and Most Merciful, keep us on the Path of As-Salaf-us-Saalih and make us die on it.”

Source: The Tafseer of Surat An-Naazi’aat “Those Who Pull Out” - Complied by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh (rahimahullaahu ta’ala)