Inspiring Quotes by Ghostwriter

  1. Don’t Lose Hope!

How many hard and distressed beginnings were the reasons for success and empowerment?

How many illnesses came before the healing and yosr (relief ) from Allah?

How many sad griefs turned people into a reason to change the world?

2. Love that Lasts

Love is hard to find but also easy to lose, therefore one love that you won’t lose if you follow the Quran and Sunna is Allah’s love.

May Allah grant us His love and the love of those He loves. 
Make Allah make us dependent on no other then His glory.  
May Allah reward the grateful among us and make us one of them. 
May Allah shower His mercy on us and our loved ones. 

Truly in the remembrance of Allah do the hearts find light. 
May Allah grant us His light and guide us from darkness back to light at all times Ameen. 

Love is sometimes blind. We need to choose a spouse according to their character and care.
Love can hurt so we need be wise and walk away before we get hurt. 
Love is beautiful when you are close to Allah. 
Love is kind when you are kind with your soul.
Love is mercy , love is compassion, love is unity , love is hard but love for Allah is the only love worth fighting for. 
Love Allah and Allah will love you and take you away from your misery into His light. 
We ask Allah for that and for His mercy on the day when no soul will bear the burden of another, so we pray to feed our souls with Allah’s wise words from the Quraan and to follow his messenger Mohamed (saw) of mercy who came to teach us the Quran and to set an example for humankind who wishes to find light in life. 
Love is beautiful once you taste Allah’s love in your heart the world will not mater to you as much and you will find the peace of your Creator more valuable then any other kind of love. 

May Allah grant us mercy and show us His light forever and may we taste the beauty of Eman in our hearts and souls forever amen. 
-FIND GRATITUDE and Allah will love you 
-Speak kind words and Allah will be kind to you
-Love for the right reasons for the sake of Allah and your mind will rest in peace 
-Search for a mentor you like and let it be your support in your dean 
-May Allah grant you His love and a righteous mentor Ameen. 

SobHan Allah wa be hamdihi glory to Allah and thank you Allah for guiding us and sending us your slaves to help guide us. May we fulfill our term in this world in the best way possible and may we stay firm in eman until  we die while You are happy with us and while Jana awaits our souls with peace through Your glory and mercy.  

Master of the day of judgement it is You we worship and You we ask for help. Guide us to the straight path, the one of those You have blessed and who have not incurred your anger or gone astray. 

In the name of Allah the most merciful we pray for all what our prophet Mohamed prayed to You for and we seek refuge in You from all what he sought refuge in You from. 

Peace and prayers be upon Prophet Mohamed and his companions and those who follow him. 

May we be one of those whose ranks in front of Allah is as high as our beloved Prophet Mohamed (saw) 

May the peace of today fill your life with light and guidance from the Almighty. 

When you mention Allah, Allah mentions you so try to keep Him in your heart and mind as much as you can. 

Try to find a mosque where you find peace.

Take a book of Islamic knowledge and go sit In a park garden or by the sea.
Greenery and water will calm your soul God willing. 
Keep up the good work and don’t give up; life is too short to give up!  
Eternal peace for eternal hell

Let’s choose wisely. May Allah help guide us all Ameen

3. Advice of the Wise Ones:

George Bernard Shaw wrote:

“The secret of being miserable is to have the leisure to bother about whether you are happy not.”

Solution: Keep busy.

Why? The busy person is neither happy or unhappy, rather occupied or preoccupied, which does not leave room for depression.

In Islam, a person is already busy with worship among other duties.

The truth of the matter is as Allah says in His book: Rely on Me and you will be content.

Reliance on Allah allows a person to let go of his worries to a Higher Power. This lifts half of the burden off your heart.

One of my favorite surahs in the Quran is Ash-Sharh. It reminds us that it is Allah Who expands our hearts for us towards peace, and that without occupation in halal activities, one would find oneself miserable.

Ways to Keep Busy:

-Go for a coffee with a Muslim friend


-Take a discovery trip to a new place and have lunch/dinner there; let it be an open air green place as greenery SubHanAllah relaxes the eyes (no wonder Jannah is full of greenery!)

-For the ladies: go buy flowers (colored ones)

-Flowers brighten the home and give an antidepressant smell–“smell the roses”–it really does help–keep a rose with you on your walk–find beauty within God’s beautiful creations–Alhamdulillah that we can see and smell!

-Volunteer at an NGO or give your time to an orphanage, even if it is to teach them how to paint. When you give for the sake of Allah, Allah gives you back. If you don’t get it in this world right away, it is because He wants to give you tremendous reward in the hereafter.

4. Things You Didn’t Know

-Allah rejoices when you repent, so feel happy that you are given the honor of repentance.

-Allah wants ease for you through Islam, not hardship

-Islam allows you to find peace in every situation you are put in.

-In a state of pain you call upon your Lord and He takes care of it in the best way for you. In a state of joy you thank Him, and He gives you more.

-When you pray in Masjid Al Haram in Makkah, each prayer is worth a multitude of normal prayers.

-Fasting there is equal to 1000 days of fasting.

-The arsh of Allah is above Masjid Al Haram

-In Makkah you are safe from the evil eye and black magic

-The Kaaba was built by our father Abraham

-The Kaaba is in the center of gravity

-Your one deed is multiplied while your one sin is erased if not put into action

-When you send salawat (peace and blessings) upon the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), he returns it to you the same second

May Allah (swt) increase our knowledge ameen

5. Things to Look Forward to in Heaven:

-Rivers of honey and milk

-the perfect spouse

-eternal youth

-never ending happiness

-all what your soul desires forever

-being in the Hands of the Most Merciful forever

-no more sadness

-no more grief

-no more pain

–no more unfulfilled desires

We ask Allah to be among those given this honor Ameen!

6. Love

When you love someone, let it be for the sake of Allah. You will find yourself a lot more giving and rewarded in this world and the next in one way or another.

I pray for all those who read this that your love for Allah encompasses all.

If you face a kind of love that forgoes your duties with Allah, try to keep busy as much as you can with other things.

Keep the good memories to make you smile and cherish them. Find a way to find beauty in what you have. Ask Allah for mercy.

Prayer: “Allah return to me what I love dearly, but let your love encompass all. Ameen.”

7. Family Struggles

-Prioritize your duties. Do not do anything that would make it hard for you to fulfill your duties with your Creator.

-You can’t push your family to have your same beliefs, but you can politely protect yourself from the negative energy.

-We all need support and it is our duty as Muslims to support each other as long as it does not get in the way of our religious duties.

Look for friends who have the confidence to speak on your behalf.

Remember that you are never alone. Allah and His angels are always with you when you call upon Him.

Sometimes Allah answers in a way that you will not understand, but it is not your job to understand. It is your job to trust Him.

Trust: Find peace in relying on Allah.

A beautiful prayer our Prophet Muhammad (saw) taught us: “Oh Allah, don’t leave me to myself, not even for a blink of an eye.

8. Benefits of Prayer:

-cleanses the soul

-Allah forgives all your past sins

-Angels surround you

-Protects you from great sins

-helps relax your mind from all worries

-a major pillar to enter the gates of heaven

-blesses your life and afterlife

-blesses your body with light

-relieves your sorrow

-allows you to connect spiritually through Allah with your loved ones whom you have lost

-allows you to talk to your Creator and ask Him for what you need and want in this world and the next

-allows your mind to rest from daily worries

-keeps you humble

-time for yourself

-prevents illnesses

-allows you to cry to your Creator and ask Him for guidance

-lights up your face on the Day of Resurrection

-lights up your life with direction

-removes you from darkness into success

-prevents nightmares when done right before sleep

-reminds you of the blessings that Allah gave you and allows you to give back and fight your vices

-Meditation at its highest level!

9. Lessons of the Week:

-Make time for your Lord and your Lord will make time for you.

-Be kind to Allah’s creations and Allah will be kind to you.

-Serve for the sake of Allah and Allah will serve your purpose

-Remain calm during hardships and Allah will forgive your sins.

-Keep yourself motivated with things you love but don’t indulge in any haraam activity.

-Sometimes all you need is a good sleep.

-Remember that last time you felt low and how 3 months later things were different? SubHanAllah, you Lord will not let you down.

-Try for the sake of Allah = Receive reward from Allah

10. Lessons I have Learned in My Life:

-the person who has too much pride to tell you they are sorry is not worth keeping

-the only people who can truly help you are the ones close to Allah

-the prayer by an oppressed person good or bad is never rejected by Allah the Almighty, so feel free to pray for or against the person who has harmed you. It is better than taking an action you may regret

-Life is short. Don’t sweat what you have not attained; rather sweat if you haven’t yet repented

-People will give you advice; however, Allah knows best

-Pray Fajr. It’s not only good for your soul; it’s good for your body

-Speak good, defend an oppressed, or keep silent.

-Eat, Enjoy, but don’t be extravagant in any shape or form. Moderation = Success in life

11. Moderation Wisdoms

Moderation in:

-acts of worship



-any form of activity

As the Almighty says, He wishes for you ease not hardship.

Examples: Swim too much and you’ll get sore. Pray too much and you’ll get tired. And you won’t sustain a constant Iman (Love for Allah).

As the Prophet Muhammad (saw) said, “A small act of kindness done constantly is better than a huge act only done once.”

Your life is not all religion but your religion governs your life. Just be conscious of your Creator.

A kind soul close to Allah is better than a charming soul.

Allah is your Best Friend.

Keep loyal to Allah and Allah will keep loyal to you.

Upset your Lord but don’t expect no consequences if you don’t repent fast.

May we all remember to do so ameen!

12. Happiness According to Islam

-According to our religion, happiness lies in being obedient to our Creator

-in prayer one finds serenity

-in charity one builds meaningful relationships

-in reading the Quran, one finds the meaning of life

-in performing acts of worship, one’s requests are answered and one’s life is blessed

-in Islamic laws, one finds peace

-In Quranic verses one finds guidance

-in mosque gatherings one makes genuine friends

-in Islam, marriage is a sacred act of worship, and conflicts are resolved according to shariah law, which leaves no room for confusion and anxiety over marital affairs

-kindness is an act of worship in Islam which is a key to most happy relationships

-gender roles are well defined in Islam, leaving no room for arrogance from either side

-educating kids according to Islamic values keeps them away from a lot of trouble

-the idea of being grateful in Islam leaves little room for comparison and anxiety over which one does not have yet in life

-the idea of paradise awaiting the true followers of the Quran and the Messenger Mohammad (saw) creates optimism

-aiming for goals that surpass this life leaves little room for anxiety over worldly matters

-kids being bullied is not as much a problem in Islamic schools as in non-Islamic schools

13: We are responsible for our health in front of Allah

–Allah gave us a gift–health–it is our responsibility to take care of it

-If we are ill we are also responsible for finding the right treatment#

-Islamic therapy is for the soul, however Allah created natural remedies as well as legal drugs (medicine) in order for us to heal ourselves using both

14. Lesson of the week : nothing is impossible for Allah have faith and believe in order to reach your dreams if in this world that is good and temporary however if Allah decides to reward u in the afterlife be sure that it is love from Him as this kind of reward is eternal

Allah is the turner of hearts. May Allah keep our hearts firm on his dean and light forever Ameen

وَإِنۡ أَحَدٞ مِّنَ ٱلۡمُشۡرِكِينَ ٱسۡتَجَارَكَ فَأَجِرۡهُ حَتَّىٰ يَسۡمَعَ كَلَٰمَ ٱللَّهِ ثُمَّ أَبۡلِغۡهُ مَأۡمَنَهُۥۚ ذَٰلِكَ بِأَنَّهُمۡ قَوۡمٞ لَّا يَعۡلَمُونَ • Abdul Haleem: If any one of the idolaters should seek your protection [Prophet], grant it to him so that he may hear the word of God, then take him to a place safe for him, for they are people with no knowledge [of it]. 9:6 At-Tawbah, Ayah 6 – Quran – by – قرآن This verse shows us how Islam is really a religion full of love and tolerance, we are even promoted for help any ignorant person that may not be on the path of light . If u can be a reason for light do so carefully you may earn deeds of someone converting to Islam and finding the peace that comes with its guidance . May we all be a reason of light for the sake of Allah and find our deeds accepted by the almighty Amen

Topic of the day : 

Allah is just ( one of his 99 glorious names ) 

Whenever u feel that life is unfair know that will make sure to give u what u deserve in this world or the next , be sure that if it is in the next your reward will be much more lasting ( remember the verse : the hearafter is better reward for u ) 

Analysis of Surat Al Asr:

It beautifully explains Islam: Those who give from what We provide them and stay righteous will prosper. Those who choose the path of no patience, arrogance, will suffer.

Analysis of Surat Al Fil (Elephant)

Allah shows how He can punish unexpectedly a corrupt community through a natural disaster (in this case Allah sent down rocks thrown by birds to defeat the tribe wanting to destroy the Kaaba).

Rejection: When people reject you, know that it is a phenomenon that many Prophets have faced. Ignore nicely and let Allah take them into account for you. Allah is Just so do not fear any injustice on the Day of Judgment. 

Advice To All Believers:

-Be fearless; you are on the right path.

-Be patient; Allah’s promise is real.

-Be motivated to please Allah; the reward is one which eyes have never seen. 

-When oppressed, pray for that you wish for the most. The prayer of an oppressed person is never rejected by Allah.

Lessons I learned from my divorce:

The closest person to yourself today can be your stranger tomorrow. This thought strengthens our eman and shows us that truly the only ever lasting one is God.  He is the one that sends and takes , and He is the one that can change the hearts, no one else. 

Lessons of Life:

  • Never forget the good moments God blessed you with
  • Remember to Forgive
  • Withdraw slowly from those who hurt
  • Replace the bad memories by creating new ones
  • laugh your heart out
  • forget that you feel empty; instead, fill your empty tank with adventures in this life that may also help you in the life to come
  • live the moment as though it will last a lifetime
  • move on as though it never existed
  • love, forget, give, receive, don’t forget to rest
  • repeat what you love; avoid what you hate
  • smile for the sake of God