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    Ibn Taymiyyah, rahimahullah, said in his treatise The Madinan Way - The Soundness of the Basic Premises of the School of the People of Madina:

    "It is the school of the people of the City of the Prophet, the Abode of the Sunna, the Abode of Hijra, the Abode of Victory. It was in Madina that Allah fashioned the Sunna and the Shari’a of Islam for His Messenger Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. It was to Madina that the Muhajirun emigrated to Allah and His Messenger, and it was in Madina that the Ansar were located (“Those who were already settled in the abode and in belief” (59:9)). In the time of the Companions, the Followers and their Followers, their school was the soundest of the schools of the people in all the cities of Islam, east and west, both in respect of its fundamental principles and its secondary rulings..."

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      Dhikr is a tree with fruits of awareness. The more frequent the dhikr is made, the stronger the roots of a tree and the more fruits on it."




      [Ibn Al-Qayyim Al-Jawziyah]
      What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

      We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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        The servant who seeks the pleasure of Allah never abandons tawbah.
        He remains in the state of tawbah until his death.

        ~Imam Ibn ul Qayyim rahimahuAllah
        What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

        We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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          I am always shocked to discover how many people believe that hardships are a punishment from ALLAH!

          When people face tests or see others facing tests, they assume Allah must be angry with them.
          SubhannAllah!

          Remember which people were tested the most: The Prophets! And they were the closest to Allah.


          Every hardship is good for you—if it brings you closer to Him!” — Yasmin Mogahed
          What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

          We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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            Imam Ibn Qayyim said, "For as long as the servant breathes, he requires Allāh's assistance, inwardly & outwardly. He is in complete poverty before Him."
            What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

            We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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              Al-Hasan Al-Basri was asked: “Who is going to cry more than the others on the Day of Resurrection?”

              He answered •►“A man on whom Allah has bestowed His Grace and who uses that for Allah’s disobedience.”
              What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

              We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                "Wealth should be viewed just like a toilet, in that you have a need for it and resort to it when necessary, but it has no place in your heart."
                Ibn Taymiyyah
                What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                  "Know that if the people are amazed by you, then they are simply amazed at how beautifully Allah has concealed your faults."
                  What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                  We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                    What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?
                    What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                    We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                      "When a person commits a sin, this is accompanied by darkness. Indeed, disobedience is like a fire, and darkness is its smoke. It is like someone kindling a fire in a room for seventy-years. Do you not think that the roof of that room will be blackened? In the same way the heart is blackened by disobedience. And nothing wipes it clean except repentance to God. Humiliation, darkness, and being veiled from God are thus natural accompaniments of disobedience. But when you repent to God, the effects of these sins disappear.” - Ibn Ata’illah
                      What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                      We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                        "Beware of every hour and how it passes, and only spend it in the best possible way, do not neglect yourself, but render it accustomed to the noblest and best of actions, and send to your grave that which will please you when you arrive to it." [Imam Ibn Al-Jawzee]
                        What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                        We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                          Al-Hasan Al-Basree said:
                          “The world is a vehicle for you. If you drive it, it will deliver you to your destination. If it drives you, you will be destroyed
                          What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                          We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                            Al-Rabi' ibn Khuthaym was asked why he never criticizes any one. He said "If I'm not satisfied with myself, how can I talk about others?"

                            He then said,

                            ان الناس خافوا الله في ذنوب العباد وامّنوه على نفوسهم

                            "People fear Allah for the sins of others, but are satisfied with themselves."

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                              ✦"The life of this world is the wine of Shaytan, and whoever is intoxicated by it only wakes up once he is amongst the hordes of the dead, lamenting among the losers."✦

                              [Yahya ibn Muadh]
                              What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                              We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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                                And if I can die having brought any light, having exposed any meaningful truth that will help destroy this disease, then all the credit is due to Allah the Lord of the worlds and only the mistakes have been mine."

                                -Malcolm X
                                What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                                We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed

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