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Everything posted by Makayla

  1. Self - Defence

    Asalamu Alaikum, Just wondering whether anyone knows of any self-defence classes for sisters in London???.... :D in advance.
  2. Self - Defence

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D for that brother i will check it out inshallah, i hope you do find whatever info you had about this. :D
  3. Yusuf Estes

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D Sister MaryamK for the audio attachment, i just listened to it. Mashallah it was a great! story..... :D
  4. Yusuf Estes

  5. Asalamu Alaikum brother, :D :D for sharing such an inspiring story, May Allah always keep you on the straight path. Ameen... :D
  6. Motivation

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D for the post, it was very interesting :D
  7. having trouble memorising?

    Asalamu Alaikum, That was helpful.... :D :D
  8. The Disease Of Desires & Passionate Love

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D for posting this excellent article. :smile:
  9. A thread dedicated to God's Angels.

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D for the post, a good reminder.
  10. Khalid Yasin...on Sunday!!

    Asalamu Alaikum....:D Yep! your right...... Br.Khalid gave us sister's that title..... :P i kinda like it....... :D :P
  11. Rediscovering our spirit....

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D Does anyone know....if tomorrow is definitely the last day???..... because on the poster it says today was the last day... :D wasalam.
  12. Khalid Yasin...on Sunday!!

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D I just came back from this, Mashallah it was great!......Both Sheikhs Yasin and Chowdury were excellent, they covered many topics around the final hour and how us muslims should prepare for it. It was really good and beneficial And at times very funny also........"Ministers of Interior "..... lol, those of you who were there will get the joke..... :D
  13. This is quite heartbreaking

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D for sharing that with us. It was so moving, that really touched my heart. where is it from?...... a book or something???....
  14. My story!!

    Asalamu Alaikum, Mashallah!........what a wonderful story. :D Sister, May Allah keep you and your husband on the straight path. Ameen. :D
  15. info on T.B. Irving

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D for sharing that sis mm_ca04, i didn't know any of that information about Dr. Irving. May Allah grant and reward him paradise. Ameen.
  16. The Handsome Man

    Asalamu Alaikum, Nice poem....... :D
  17. Like my qur'an teacher once said

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D :D for the excellent reminder sister.
  18. Would you beat your husband?

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D What a funny poll!..... :P I voted No, i could never "hit" my husband.....i guess i would be to busy loving him. :D What's even more worrying is some wives ACTUALLY do this....... :P
  19. Asalamu Alaikum, Mashallah!.....what an excellent post, :D for sharing it. :D
  20. Inter-racial Marriages?!

    Asalamu Alaikum, I don't think there's anything wrong with inter-racial marriages.......infact im all for it... :D As long, as the person has Taqwa, and you love each other....thats all that matters. There's no room for racism in Islam, its such a shame many people forget that. :D
  21. Asalamu Alaikum, :D Who are you? What are you like? Trainspotter or trendsetter? Easily provoked or laid back? Often we are the products of our environment whether it is due to our friends, family, fashion, media or society. Together these factors unconsciously mould our characters, dictating both our thoughts and behaviour. Is this the way you want to be? A Muslim is called to continually assess and enhance his or her own personality. This is achieved with reference to the Qur'an and the sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (Sallalahu Alayhi Wasalam) You have indeed in the Messenger of Allah (Muhammad Sallalahu Alayhi Wasalam) a Beautiful Pattern (of Conduct)..... (Al-Ahzab 33:21) And thou (standest) on an exalted standard of character. (Al-Qalam 68:4) A comprehensive understanding of his character cannot be given in one short essay. The complexity of his life is such that many Muslim and non-muslim scholars have been driven to write volumes to try and understand what inspired him and the subsequent impact of his life upon human history. To help attain an idea of his importance one requires a description of his manners and lifestyle. Muhammad (Sallalahu Alayhi Wasalam) was a man who spoke very little, his sentences would be short yet full of deep meaning. He listened more than he spoke, sometimes he would be silent for long periods of time. He was unusually quiet and reserved, generally pensive and sorrowful - always wrapped up in his thoughts and meditations. Yet when he spoke, his words carried depth and he did not need to speak for long in order to be understood. Most of his laughter was no more than smiling, and if he was pleased he would lower his gaze. He would get angry only when a matter of principle was mocked or violated and he would not be pleased until the matter was resolved. Yet he would never get angry for personal reasons - he was always forgiving, and he would never retaliate against personal insults; here he would be patient and gracious. Though he was a very busy man, he would quite often attend to his own chores by washing and sewing his own clothes and mending his own shoes, though there were many who would have jumped at the chance to do these chores for him. At home he would divide his time between three portions: his family, himself and God. His own individual time used to be taken up by his companions who used to visit him regularly, he would receive them in kindness, waiting upon them, serving and honouring them. He would enquire about their needs and try to help them as much as he could. Sometimes he would also ask about those who were not present. He would be the last to drink if drinks were served in his home, normally with only one bowl to go round. When he was talking to his companions he would honour their feelings by never bringing any topics which might hurt them or lower their spirits, and instead of mocking someone he would try to help them with their weaknesses. The companions used to love staying with him so much that they would overstay in his house, to such an extent that some verses were revealed asking the companions to respect the Prophet's {p.b.u.h.} wish for privacy. For those who were very poor, he was a supporter and guardian, providing food and lodging from whatever little he possessed. His warmth was such that even little children would run up to him asking him to play with them even though he was over fifty years old; the Prophet {p.b.u.h.}would listen and play merry-go-round with them. Towards his enemies he was still forgiving, and if they were firm with him, then he was firm with them. History records that those who set out to kill him would later become his closest friends. Though in the later stages of his life, he had access to much wealth, he still lived as a humble servant of God. His greatest delight ultimately lay in his prayer, especially those that he offered during the darkness of the night. Whose example do you prefer over Muhammad (Sallalahu Alayhi Wasalam), the Greatest Muslim Personality?
  22. Asalamu Alaikum, :D Oh right....... i was just asking that because i have read some beautiful poems on that website and you share the same name as the author.....so if its you, then mashallah you have written some really nice poetry..... :D
  23. Asalamu Alaikum, :D Great extract!..........mashallah i love this piece. May Allah grant our brother Malik jannah. Ameen.
  24. Asalamu Alaikum, :D for sharing your story with us brother dawud. :D May Allah keep us on the straight path always. Ameen. By the way the brother, are you the same author who has poems featured on the muslim pen club website....???
  25. Adhan from Bosnia and Turkey , audio

    Asalamu Alaikum, :D Mashallah! ......:D for the wonderful post..... :P the pictures are also beautiful.... :P wasalam.