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enfp problems

  • knowing exactly who you are, but still constantly questioning yourself and why you do things the way you do them and how that makes you feel.
  • trying to balance your concern for other people’s wellbeing with your own wants and needs. trying not to stretch yourself too…

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katemarie999:

I firmly believe that every ENFP needs an ENFP friend. We have so much energy and so many new ideas that we constantly wear out even our closest friends. But a fellow ENFP is able to keep up with us and is the best person to turn to when we’re feeling flooded with new ideas…

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Umar ibn al-Khattab on Dhikrعليكم بذكر الله فإنه شفاء وإياكم وذكر الناس فإنه داء - عمر بن الخطاب رضي الله عنهI enjoin upon you the dhikr (remembrance) of Allah, for it is a healing, and I warn you against the dhikr of (speaking of) people, for it is a disease. - Umar ibn al-Khattab r.a. From the collection: IslamicArtDB » Umar ibn al-Khattab quotes (70 items)Originally found on: islam117

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Umar ibn al-Khattab on Dhikr

عليكم بذكر الله فإنه شفاء وإياكم وذكر الناس فإنه داء - عمر بن الخطاب رضي الله عنه
I enjoin upon you the dhikr (remembrance) of Allah, for it is a healing, and I warn you against the dhikr of (speaking of) people, for it is a disease. - Umar ibn al-Khattab r.a.

From the collection: IslamicArtDB » Umar ibn al-Khattab quotes (70 items)

Originally found on: islam117

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You said that the Quran is truly perfect. I know that it is. But in what way do u mean?

partytilfajr:

The Qur’an is not perfect because It gives you the answer to every question, It is perfect because It gives you the mindset to answer any question.

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“I just came back to see my house,” said Jihad Harara, 65, sitting on a plastic chair in front of a damaged mosque in eastern Gaza City. Across the street stretched an expanse of collapsed apartment buildings that now lay in a mess of concrete and rebar. “Even if I can’t sleep there, I wanted to see it.”

Fouad Harara, 55, his brother, said he had worked for decades as laborer in Israel to build his house, which had also been erased by the war. “The only thing we gained is destruction,” he said. “We lost in one instant all we had worked for 40 years to build.”

Since the conflict [assault] began in earnest on July 8, Gaza officials say more than 1,830 Palestinians have died, most of them civilians, with more of the dead likely to emerge as the rubble is cleared away. Israel says 64 of its soldiers and three civilians have been killed. (via stay-human)

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partytilfajr:

Many times we can use sin as a means of preventing us moving forward, out of a fear of failing should we get past the stage we’re in, so we settle for staying where we are, which is comfortable only in that it is familiar.

Strive towards doing what is correct, even if it is difficult, even if its…

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I am in love with a boy I’ve never met. And although I don’t know every quirk about his personality or even what he looks like, I do know what his heart looks like. Its beautiful, loving, giving, and pure. He is so tall that when he is on his knees, he reaches all the way to heaven. He is big enough to be gentle and great enough to be thoughtful. His shoulders are broad enough to bear the burden of a family. His lips are strong enough to smile and firm enough to say “no.” His love is so deep that it takes its stand in Allah and so wide that it takes the whole lost world in. This boy, although he is not perfect, strives to love selflessly and unconditionally. He inspires others, and he inspires me to be better every day, not so that I can earn his love, but so that when we meet… I will be the girl that he is already in love with. I know there is no perfect person, but I believe in God who is able to do abundantly above all that we ask or think, and I’m in love with HIM too. He LOVES to give good gifts to us and blesses those who wait for Him, and I will not settle for someone whose heart is not fully in God’s hands, or does not strive to obey Allah every day. So, until we meet, I am in love with Allah and my heart belongs to HIM ….. and this boy I’ve never met.

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http://thebeautyofislam.tumblr.com/post/93693140230 ›

I am not worried for the souls of the children who freeze and starve to death in Syria. They roam freely in the gardens of paradise.

My heart aches for their mothers who upon looking at their cherub’s lifeless body must wish to cease living themselves out of grief. But still, I am not worried…

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ree-az:

Those men who take for granted, or even abuse, their wives think again. What did Allah grant to Adam (AS) in jannat? Not parents, not children nor friends. He created for Adam a wife. This shows the status they should hold in our loves, with true beauty being found in this companionship.

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The Prophet (PBUH) said, “Whoever established prayers on the night of Qadr out of sincere faith and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his previous sins will be forgiven; and whoever fasts in the month of Ramadan out of sincere faith, and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his previous sins will be forgiven.”

(Narrated By Abu Huraira. Sahih Bukhari: Volume 003, Book 031, Hadith Number 125.)

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chihariel:

Illustrations for Jane Austen’s classical novels.

By ChihAriel

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The Virtues of Fasting in the Summer: ›

poeticislam:

"…And from the acts of worship whose reward is multiplied during the heat is fasting, and this is because of the thirst that one experiences in the mid-day heat.

This is why Mu’adh bin Jabal expressed regret on his deathbed that he would no longer experience this mid-day thirst, as did other…

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Find someone who understands your silence.

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islamicthinking:

The masjid-al-haram, Makkah. First floor. Serenity.

islamicthinking:

The masjid-al-haram, Makkah. First floor. Serenity.

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