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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Thoughts Of Allah All The Time


1) When starting an action

Say: “Bismillah” (In the name of Allah)

2) When making an Intention

Say: “Insha Allah” (If Allah wills)

3) When something is being praised

Say: “Subhânallah” (Glory be to Allah)

4) When expressing Appreciation

Say: “Mash Allah” (What Allah has willed. Whatever Allah wishes)

5) When in pain or distress

Say: “Yaa Allah” (Oh Allah)

6) When thanking someone

Say: “Jazakumullah” (May Allah reward you for the good)

7) When awakening from sleep

Say: “Laa Illaha Illallah” (There is no deity but Allah)

8) When taking an Oath

Say: “Wallahi –Billah” (I swear by Allah)

Note: please be careful when using this one

10) When Sneezing

Say: “Alhamdulillâh” (Praise be to Allah)

11) When another Muslim Sneezes

Say: “Yar-Hamok Allah” (May Allah have mercy on you)

12) When Repenting Over a Sin

Say: “Astaghfirullah” (I ask Allah for forgiveness)

13) When giving Charity

Say: “Fi Sabi-Lillah” (In the way of Allah, or for the sake of Allah)

14) When having love for someone

Say: “Lihub Bullah” (I love you for the sake of Allah)

15) When parting from someone

Say: “Fi-Amaan-Allah” (May you be in the protection of Allah)

16) When a problem arises

Say: “Tawakaltu’Allah” (I put my Trust in Allah)

17) When Pleasantness Appears

Say: “Fata-Barak-Allah” (May Allah bless you)

18) When unpleasantness appears

Say: “Na’Uzoobilah” (I seek refuge in Allah)

19) When participating in Prayer

Say: “Ameen

20) When death message is receive

Say: “Inna-Lillahi-Wa-Inna Ilayhi Raaji’oon” (To Allah we belong and to Him We shall return)

Note: you can say this even when you loose something or during any mishaps



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Highly Successful Muslim Youth 7 Habits To Acquire

You will never be successful,” the constant refrain goes, “unless you drop your bad habits and develop some good habits.” In the end, it’s all up to you. You have to decide what your habits are going to be. Have you given this matter some thought?

If you are alive and breathing, you should constantly be engaged in an inner struggle to develop habits which draw you closer to Allah. Success in this world is directly related to the strength of your relationship with Allah. The farther one is from Allah and the teachings of the Prophet (SAW), the less likely one is to achieve success in this world and, for sure, even less likely to achieve success in the hereafter.

Here are at least seven habits indispensable for highly successful Muslim youth, derived entirely from the Quraan and the teachings of the Prophet (SAW).

1) Be Truthful.

Being truthful is not always easy, especially when we make a mistake. We worry over whether or not to disclose exactly what happened. We are often afraid that if we tell the truth about what we have done or said, we will be in trouble with our parents or friends. What we forget is that whether we tell the truth or not, Allah knows exactly what took place, even those things that were never manifest or visible to people around us. Despite how burdensome telling the truth might seem, all of us are aware of the feeling of relief we experience when we tell the truth, even if the consequence of telling the truth is punishment. Casting the telling of truth and the fate of the truthful in terms of profit and loss, Allah tells us in the Quraan:

This is a day on which the truthful will profit from their truth: theirs are gardens, with rivers flowing beneath — their eternal Home: Allah well-pleased with them, and they with Allah. That is the great salvation, (the fulfillment of all desires).”(Surah Maa’idah 5:119)

So much is to be gained from being truthful as opposed to escaping punishment or blame because of not being truthful. Being truthful is not an option for Muslims, but rather an obligation, because our goal in being truthful is Paradise.

The beloved of Allah, Prophet (SAW), said: “Truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise. And a man keeps on telling the truth until he becomes a truthful person. Falsehood leads to al-fujur (i.e. wickedness, evil-doing), and al-fujur leads to the (Hell) Fire, and a man may keep on telling lies till he is written before Allah, a liar.” (Sahih Bukhari)

Ultimate success is therefore achieved by living one’s entire life, the youthful years, the adult years, and the elderly years, being truthful.

2) Be Trustworthy.

Allah is indeed the Most Trustworthy. But among humans, who do you rely on? Who can you trust to come through for you all the time? Are you considered trustworthy? Moving ahead in life, achieving ultimate success requires that people consider you trustworthy and reliable. Being trustworthy should not be an arbitrary activity but rather a habit so that you can be relied upon in all instances, big or small, convenient or inconvenient, easy or difficult.

When we say Allah is the Most Trustworthy, we are coming to terms with the fact that Allah Most High will never let us down, will never leave our side. He, Most High, says about someone who willingly accepts Islam,

Allah says: “Let there be no compulsion in religion: Truth stands out clear from error: whoever rejects evil and believes in Allah hath grasped the most trustworthy hand-hold, that never breaks. And Allah Heareth and Knoweth all things.” (Surah Baqarah 2:256)

Practice daily developing the habit of being trustworthy. Accept responsibility and then fulfill it. When others trust you, do not betray their trust.

You can read in the beautiful biography of our Prophet (SAW) how people used to entrust him with their valuables, knowing that upon their return they would find their valuables safe and unharmed. His personal and business practices were commendable to the degree that he was known for it in his community, even before he became aware that he was the Prophet of Allah, literally one who is most truthful and trustworthy.

3) Have Self-Restraint and Be Allah-Conscious.

Perhaps the most difficult challenge while navigating adolescence is to restrain oneself from falling victim to one’s desires.

Our success in life depends to a great extent on how well we are able to restrain ourselves and to be moderate in what is permissible, as well as how capable we are of distancing ourselves from what is impermissible.

Why is self-restraint so critical? Shaytaan’s goal is to make you a slave of your desires to the extent that you find yourself longing for sleep more than prayer. Developing self-restraint as a habit entails making self-restraint your second nature, something which is done almost without thought and without too much effort.

We are reminded by Allah: “And no one will be granted such goodness except those who exercise patience and self-restraint, none but persons of the greatest good fortune.” (Surah Fussilat 41:5)

In seeking to be highly successful Muslim youth, that is, youth deserving of the greatest fortune, it is imperative that you develop self-restraint.

Taqwa is most commonly translated as “Allah -consciousness,” one realizes without much effort that the height of self-restraint is full and complete understanding that one is indeed conscious of one’s duty to one’s Lord. How awesome will it be if you can look back at your life and say to yourself, all praise is due to Allah that I did not my desires and instead exercised self-restraint consistently!

4) Be Thorough.

The most perfect is Allah Most High, Who perfected creation, who perfected our religion, and Who guided His Prophet (SAW) to be the most perfect among humans in behavior and in character.

We read in the Muwatta of Imam Malik “Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, ‘I was sent to perfect good character’” (Book 47, Hadith 47.1.8).

To be thorough stems from a desire to be perfect to the extent that this as humanly possible. Seeking perfection in our actions and speech from an early age helps us to develop a keen eye, not only for thoroughness in our own life, but also for thoroughness in the lives of those around us. Being thorough in prayer, for example, teaches us to be patient and to concentrate upon the words we are reciting and the different positions of the prayer.

5) Be Focused.

One thousand ideas go through your head the moment you stand up for prayer. Is that you?

Developing the habit of being focused ensures that you are awake, alert, and totally motivated to work on and complete the task at hand, whatever it may be. Being distracted early on in childhood by video games, fast-paced imagery, and constantly changing scenes on television shows contributes to an inability to concentrate, to focus. Among the best ways to develop focus is to practice praying with deep concentration to the extent that you are almost unaware of your surroundings. Allah says in the Quraan that the believers are:

Those who humble themselves in their prayers.” (Surah Mu’minoon 23:2)

The humility referred to here results from total focus and concentration on the fact that one is in the presence of Allah, standing before Him, Most High. Do your best to develop focus; no matter what activity you are engaged in — whether in prayer or in academics

6) Be Punctual.

The last thing we should attribute to Islam is the notion that its teachings somehow make us late, slow, slugging, and anything but punctual. What a sad state of affairs, indeed, that we attribute our own weaknesses to our religion or ethnicity!

Highly successful individuals, be they Muslim or not, understand and appreciate the value of not only their time but the time of everyone else with whom they interact. Keeping people waiting for hours on end is neither something to be proud of nor a habit that has a place in the mindset of a person who tries to be successful.

One of the central pillars of Islam is prayer, and Allah and the Prophet (SAW) have given us clear reminders that we are to establish prayers at their due times.

When `Abdullah (RA) asked: “Which deed is the dearest to Allah?” the Prophet (SAW) replied: “To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times.”(Sahih Bukhari).

If indeed your day is to be considered successful, you must have prayed all the obligatory prayers at their established times. Being punctual is a habit which, when perfected, demonstrates to others the tremendous value that Islam places on time — not only ours but that of everyone else with whom we interact.

7) Being Consistent.

Apart from all the habits listed above, perhaps the one that is sure to help you become a highly successful Muslim youth is that of being consistent. One cannot be truthful one day and a liar the next; one cannot be trustworthy in one instance and totally unreliable in the next; and so on for each of the other habits. A Muslim understands from an early age that it is easier to do something once or whenever we feel like it but much harder to do something regularly and consistently.

Ayesha (RA) narrates that: “The most beloved action to Allah’s Messenger (SAW) was that which is done continuously and regularly.”(Sahih Bukhari).

Regular and consist actions show that a person has thought about it, has intended to do it, has planned to do it, and therefore does it.



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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

I woke up suddenly one night and saw a strange light in my room.
The problem is that the lights are off I saw the clock, it was 3.30 in the morning
Okay…so where is all this light coming from??

I turned around and saw something very strange..My body was half way through the wall (??!)
I immediately pulled it out and sat down to see if i’m okay This is strange…

I tried to push onto the wall, but MY ARM GOES THROUGH

I heard a sound,I turned to my brother’s bed to see him sleeping

I was really scared of what was happening to me…so I tried to wake him up….but….he doesn’t reply!!

I went to my parent’s bedroom..I tried to wake up my mother…and father…I just wanted somebody to react to me… but nobody did.

I tried to wake my mother up again…she woke up this time…she got up … but didn’t communicate to me

She was saying “In the name of Allah, most Merciful, most Gracious” (بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم) again and again…

She woke my dad up saying ‘get up, man, I want to check up on the kids.

My dad replied in disinterest .. ‘it’s not time for this, let me sleep and inshAllah tomorrow i’ll get to that’ But she was he woke up.

I was THERE. I was screaming..’dad’, ‘mum’ … nobody was replying.I held mother’s clothes to grab her attention..but she didn’t recognise my existence.I followed her ’till she got to my bedroom.They got into the room and turned on the lights…

it wasn’t making any difference to me anyway because there was a strong light there.

I then saw the strangest thing in my life…

my OWN BODY.…on my bed.

I was trembling…how can there be two of me??
how can that person look so much like me??
and what is he doing on my bed????

I started hitting/slapping myself to wake up from this nightmare…
but it was too real to be a nightmare.

Dad said ‘Yalla, see the kids are sleeping. Let’s go back to bed.

but mother wasn’t at all confident…she went to the person sleeping in my bed and said
Khalid, wake up!! … WAKE UP!!

but he wouldn’t reply.She tried again and again….but no reply.

Then i turned to see my dad tearing.Today witnesses the first time in my life that I have seen my dad’s tears.The place was shaking with the screaming,…

My brother woke up…“What’s going on??!

In a very sad tone, with tears rolling down her cheek, mother replied

‘your brother’s dead! Khalid is DEAD!!’

I went to mother and said ‘please mum…don’t cry..I’m right here look at me!

But nobody’s replying to me..WHY??

I turned to Allah and asked Him to wake me up from the nightmare!
quickly following my dua was a voice saying (Quran):

” You were in negligence from this, so We uncovered the blinds and today your sight is (like iron) “
لقد كنت في غفلة من هذا فكشفنا عنك غطاءك فبصرك اليوم حديد

Suddenly two creatures held my arm..they weren’t human!!

“Leave me ALONE! Who are you and what do you want from me??”

‘We’re your grave’s guards‘

I said ‘but I’m not dead yet! let go of me!!‘ I can still see, hear, touch, and speak..I’m not dead!

They replied with a smile : “You humans are fascinating! You think that by dying your life ends, while in fact life on Earth is a small dream compared to the Here after; a dream that ends at your death.”

They started pulling me towards my grave…On the way I saw people just like me, each had two guards like mine.Some were smiling, others crying, others screaming.

I asked the guards ‘why are they all doing that?

They replied ‘These people now know their fate…some were in ignorance so they–

–so they go to Hell??!

I interrupted They said ‘yes.‘ and continued.‘and those laughing are going to Heaven’

I quickly replied: ‘What about me..where will I go??

They said ‘you were at times a good Muslim, while other times not. One day you obey Allah, the next you disobey Him. And you weren’t clear with yourself and your fate will remain so: lost.

Your Grave !

I replied, shaking: ‘SO AM I GOING TO HELL??

They said: ‘ Allah’s mercy is great, and the journey is long

I turned to see my family carrying my dead body in a i ran to them ..

I said: ‘make dua for me‘.but nobody replied..

I went to my brother and warned him .

‘be careful with what you do in this life… don’t be a fool like myself!’

I was really hoping that he could hear me…

The two angels (guards) tied up my soul on top of my body ..
I saw my relatives pouring sand over me that moment I was hoping that I would be in their place…

that I can turn to Allah and do as much as He wants from me…
that I would ask for forgiveness and once and for all repent my sins that angered Him…

but unfortunately I couldn’t.

I shouted ‘ People, don’t let this life tempt you! Wake up to the truth… one day you will DIE, and you never know when..or how. ‘

I hoped for somebody to hear me….nobody there did


Save Your Self.

Smile to others, forgive them when you have the power to punish them. Allah forgives those that forgive others. Do your prayers regularly with an open heart. Let Allah guide your life, not Satan. Read the Quran regularly and let the Prophet (p.b.u.h) be your role model in life.

Work in this timed life for your salvation in an eternal one.

And … make dua for me because I’m not perfect.

And I point the above to myself just as much as I do to my friends.











Dear Brother,Sisters,Friends, for every person whose heart it touches Allah will reward you in this life and the hereafter.



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