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frogs 1I would like to share this story, because it is very inspiring.

A group of frogs were traveling through the woods and two of them fell into a deep pit.  All the other frogs gathered around the pit.  When they saw how deep the pit was, they told the two frogs that they were as good as dead. The two frogs ignored the comments and tried to jump up out of the pit with all of their might.  The other frogs kept telling them to stop, that they were as good as dead.  Finally, one of the frogs took heed to what the other frogs were saying and gave up.  He fell down and died. The other frog continued to jump as hard as he could.  Once again, the crowd of frogs yelled at him to stop the pain and just die.  He jumped even harder and finally made it out. When he got out, the other frogs said: “Did you not hear us?”  The frog explained to them that he was deaf.  He thought they were encouraging him the entire time.

The moral from the story is that when people discourage you simply give them the deaf ear. Don`t listen to what they have to say, get busy with other stuff. Know that true encouragement can lift spirits to a height they have never been before, so keep up the good work, in sha Allah.

Encouragement from someone can make such a great impact on you that can make you succeed. So try to spread some encouraging words. And remember that people will never be pleased with you no matter what you do, there will always be someone whom is displeased with you, it`t a lot more easy to please the Creator. He is the only one who can truly help us through every difficulty.

May Allah bless every person that is going through tough times. Ameen summa ameen.

RoseI love this story: Aisha Ra narrated a story to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) about eleven women who were friends. Each of them described her husband. The Prophet (pbuh) listened intently as she spoke. The eleven women agreed that they would be frank and not conceal anything about their husbands.

The first one said: her husband was like a piece of camel meat placed on a top of mountain – there was no means by which one could reach it; and in any case it was not anyone`s to take.

The second one said there was so much to say about here husband that if she started she didn`t know what she would leave out; it was really better not to start.

The third friend said that her husband had such a foul temper that if she spoke against him he would immediately divorce her, and if she didn`t that would be another problem. It was as if she was married, yet not married.

Now it was the turn to the fourth friend. She said: her husband was like the nights of Hijaz, neither to cold nor too warm, he had a very balanced temperament.

The fifth woman said: her husband was like a cheetah in the house and lion outside; if he gave his word he never broke it, and need not even be reminded about it.

The sixth woman said her husband never followed the middle path in anything. When he started eating, he ate up everything that was set before him; the same with any drink that was there. Even when he slept, he would pull the whole sheet to cover himself. He would not even ask how his wife was managing.

The seventh one said her husband was a useless man who had a vile temper. In his rage he could break a person’s head or crush his bones.

The eight woman said her husband was a soft and delicate as a bunny rabbit to the touch, and he smelt like the sweet-smelling jasmine.

The ninth wife was very happy describing her husband; she said that he lived in a huge mansion and was very open-hearted and generous man.

The tenth friend said her husband was better than all those described, he was very wealthy man who owned may camels. He was so hospitable that he entertained frequently, and took pleasure in slaughtering his camels for his guests.

The eleventh woman was very proud of her husband, Abu Zara`s because he was rich and had loaded her with gifts of jewelry. His smiling and pleasant face kept her happy. He first saw her when she was just a shepherds daughter, but he brought her into a home, which was rich in grains, and she had plenty of livestock, camels and horses. There was plenty on all sides, and a pleasant atmosphere; even if she slept late in the morning he would never disturb her. His mother was a very great lady and also very well to do. She had lots of clothes and a large house. His son took up very little space and ate only the best delicacies, which was goat`s meat. His favourite daughter was very well-mannered and obedient to her parents. Abu Zara`a`s maidservant was a loyal woman who did not carry tales about the happenings in the house; she was very faithful and hones and kept the house clean and tidy.

One day it happened that Abu Zaar`s went out at the time when the animals were being milked, and he saw a woman who had two sons like two leopards playing with her breasts. Upon seeing her, he divorced me and married her. Thereafter I married a noble man who used to ride a fast and tireless horse and keep a spear in his hand. He gave me many things.

She then said, While describing her love for her first husband, ” Yet, all those things which my second husband gave me could not fill the smallest utensils of Abu Zaar`s.

This was the end of the long story about the eleven women. The Prophet (pbuh) was listening attentively, while responding and showing interest and enjoyment as Aisha Ra spoke. He did not exhibit signs of boredom, despite being tired and busy.

When Aisha Ra finished her story, in order to show that he had understood the story, and that he was listening to her and not lost in another world as she was relating, he (pbuh) said to her in response (the most beautiful words any wife would like to hear from her beloved husband):

“I am to you like Abu Zaar` is to Umm Zaar, except I will not divorce you”.

trust yourself, bird, branch, wingsMy parents have shared several stories with me throughout my upbringing. And I would like to share a story with you. I`m not sure if I can remember it correctly but you`ll get the picture 🙂

A little family of a father and his son lived in a little town. They had a few belongings and a donkey. For some reason they had to abandon all that they owned. So they went on a journey to find a new home. After walking a while the boy became tired so the father let him sit on the donkey as they came to a town. Walking through the town they could hear some people saying things like: why is the old man walking while the young boy is resting on the donkey. Poor man he looks exhausted. After listening, the father and the son got upset. They decided that they’ll let the father sit on the donkey instead. Further on they come to another town. When the family walks through the inhabitants again pass a comment: look at the poor boy he has to walk while his father is resting on the donkey. Not fair at all. Again this upsets the father and the son so they take all their belongings and put it on the donkey and walks further toward their destination. Passing the third town they again receive a remark from some of the people. This time they comment: poor donkey that has to carry the burden and the father and the son are simply walking. They should think about the donkey and its health. At the end they get so outrageous that they decide to carry the donkey. This time the people laugh at them saying: stupid people. Why are they carrying the donkey?

The moral of the story is that one can never please the whole world. There`s always going to be a few people who will be happy for you and the decisions you make and some others will dislike the same decisions and make you feel bad about them. The key is to trust yourself. Listen to others opinions but make your own decisions based on what you believe in. This will boost your confidence even more and make you stronger being. Of course by making your own decisions you also have to bear all consequences of them. And you can`t blame anyone else if sometimes turns out different than planned. I`m sure no matter what the outcome is, it will surely give you a feeling of standing on your own feet and being independent. This is a must to survive in this world.

turbanI remember that I read a little story from a book some time ago. And when I think about it I sort of get so amazed about how true it really is. It`s all about the pressure a person can experience when a lot of people get together against that person in a way. It`s a tale about a famous Spanish businessman:

There was competition between him and four other businessmen. Since the others disliked him they wanted to make him angry in some way. One day he was on his way to work wearing a white t-shirt and a white turban. When he first met one of the businessmen on his way he praised his turban by saying: what a nice yellow turban this is. They had a discussion about the color and the businessman went further on his way to work when he met the second businessman. He greeted the businessman and praised the turban by being green. The Businessman had another discussion over the color as he knew it was white. When he came to his shop the third businessman came and praised his turban to be blue. All of the three said that the important thing is not the color but that it looks good. While sitting at the shop the businessman thought about all the comments when the fourth businessmen came and praised his turban for being red. This ticked the businessmen and he lost his mind.
Every time the other person notices his turban they always complement it with another color than the white one which is the real color of it. The guy gets crazy and can`t get why the others can`t see the white color. The other people are of course lying but they are so convincing that it makes him crazy. So a lie camouflaged in words that are serious can seem truer than truth itself??? This is really scary to think about… What happened to the thought that truth always prevails???

This shows how much the severe pressure from our surroundings could really hurt us in a way that could to a certain extent make us more or less insane. Just think about the enormous pressure kids and even adult experience nowadays.

Second thought: If you can tell me one thing: what do one do after one has seen through people who act like this??? That tries to hurt you by using group tactics like? I`m talking about these people and I`m sure that one can find them everywhere.

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My Prayer..

“O Allah, place light in my heart, and on my tongue light, and in my ears light and in my sight light, and above me light, and below me light, and to my right light, and to my left light, and before me light and behind me light. Place in my soul light. Magnify for me light, and amplify for me light. Make for me light and make me a light. O Allah, grant me light, and place light in my nerves, and in my body light and in my blood light and in my hair light and in my skin light.” Ameen

Bukhari and Muslim

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Surah 105 Al Fil

Let not man be intoxicated with power, Or material resourses, They cannot defeat. The purpose of Allah. So Abrahah Ashram Found to his cost. His sacrilegious attack On the holy Fane of Allah brought about His own undoing:what seemed but frail Destroyed his mighty hosts in a day!

The foolproof tip of the day for everyone else!

USE YOUR OWN VOICE TO RAISE YOUR OPINION!

Nasiyat..

(",) My Mum always says that
you should marry someone
who loves you more than you
love him, because that man
would never ever make you cry
or be the reason that your
sheding tears. He would do
anything to always keep you
happy and satisfied (",)

Poetry

(“,) Your heart is mine and mine is yours, and so it`s been since I`ve known love`s true meaning itself, holding each others hand we stand together beneath the lovely sky, gazing towards the same destiny, just U and I (“,)

Naat/hamd-Quote of the moment :)

Saari duniya ke liye dard
se mahmor hain jo..
Ik faqat Rehmat-e-aalam
hi ka seena dekha..

Ye sab tumhara
karam hain Aka
ke baat ab tak
bani hoyi hain..

Ehsas dein toofik dein..
Phir jazbaen Siddiq dein..

Kya ye zarra likhein
Shaan Unki, jin pe
bejhein Salaam
khud Khudai..

Quote of the moment :)

Though we might sometimes
have to struggle through thick
or thin,We will receive each
other’s support to be there to
win..And we will blossom like
this through eternity..
InshaAllah
Ameen summa ameen

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