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The axe forgets; the tree remembers. African Proverb (via muslimahbyheart)

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overlookpress:

Love these Bob Eckstein drawings of his favorite bookstores in New York! Can’t wait for the second installment! via The New Yorker

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I will give you one good reason why everything is going to be alright: Allah. Imām Muḥammad ‘Abd al-Laṭīf Finch (via hadeiadel)

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thesylverlining:

Can I just say how cool it was that both of these superheroines’ personalities and powers were explored in this episode? And how well it was done?

Starfire was not shamed for being emotional. Her powers come from her emotions.

Raven was not shamed for suppressing her emotions. Her power requires amazing control.

They both. Work. They are both different kinds of strength, and they are both heroic and powerful and good. And they each learned from the other, and helped each other out by seeing from each others’ perspective, and finding the value in their differing approaches! Wow!

Fuck yes, this is how you write super-ladies, okay. There’s more than one way to be a “strong female character.” There’s all different kinds of strength. Why don’t more people GET this?

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shipatfirstsight:

Endless List of Favorite Books or Series  ♔  [3/?] →  Stolen: A Letter to My Captor by Lucy Christopher

"You won’t die," you whispered. "You just need to wait it out. I’m here, and I know how to help. Just don’t panic." You stroked the edge of my face. "Gem, I won’t let anything happen, not to you."

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moriartymatrix:

If you must leave, 
Leave as though fire burns under your feet.
If you must die, sweetheart,
Die knowing your life was my life’s best part.

moriartymatrix:


If you must leave, 

Leave as though fire burns under your feet.

If you must die, sweetheart,

Die knowing your life was my life’s best part.

(via echoes-of-truth)

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And it was after months of silence that I realised we make better strangers than we ever did anything else. Unknown (via perfect)

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nonchalante:

014. Repent. Repent. Repent. After every sin, during every thought that will lead to a sin, before anything else, repent.

& keep on repenting; as you walk, as you paint, as you’re doing whatever; repent. Repent for every past sin and any present sin. For all the public sins and all the private sins. Repent from the habitual sins and the one single one time only sin; repent.

Repent.

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heyitsahmad:

When you struggle in one part of your life, motivate yourself by accomplishing something in another part. 

  • When you are having trouble in school, succeed in deen.
  • When you have trouble at work, succeed at the gym. 
  • When you struggle with yourself, succeed with pleasing your loved ones. 

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35 Ways to Respect your Parents

  • 1. Put away your phone in their presence
  • 2. Pay attention to what they are saying
  • 3. Accept their opinions
  • 4. Engage in their conversations
  • 5. Look at them with respect
  • 6. Always praise them
  • 7. Share good new with them
  • 8. Avoid sharing bad news with them
  • 9. Speak well of their friends and loved ones to them.
  • 10. Keep in remembrance the good things they did.
  • 11. If they repeat a story, listen like it's the first time they tell it.
  • 12. Don't bring up painful memories from the past
  • 13. Avoid side conversations in their presence.
  • 14. Sit respectfully around them
  • 15. Don't belittle/criticize their opinions and thoughts
  • 16. Avoid cutting them off when they speak
  • 17. Respect their age
  • 18. Avoid hitting/disciplining their grandchildren around them
  • 19. Accept their advice and direction
  • 20. Give them the power of leadership when they are present
  • 21. Avoid raising your voice at them
  • 22. Avoid walking in front or ahead of them
  • 23. Avoid eating before them
  • 24. Avoid glaring at them
  • 25. Fill them with pride even when they don't think they deserve it.
  • 26. Avoid putting your feet up in front of them or sitting with your back to them
  • 27. Don't speak ill of them to the point where others speak ill of them too
  • 28. Keep them in your prayers whenever possible
  • 29. Avoid seeming bored or tired of them in their presence
  • 30. Avoid laughing at their faults/mistakes
  • 31. Do a task before they ask you to
  • 32. Continuously visit them
  • 33. Choose your words carefully when speaking with them
  • 34. Call them by names they like
  • 35. Make them your priority above anything
  • Parents are treasure on this land and sooner than you think, that treasure will be buried. Appreciate your parents while you still can.
  • "Rabbir Hamhuma Kama Rabbayanee Sagheera".
  • "My Lord! Bestow on them YOUR Mercy as they did bring me up when I was young."
  • [Al-Qur'an, Surah: Al-Isra; Ayat: 24]

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