One Day At a Time

21. Muslimah.
Canadian.
Psychology Major.
Books. Humour. Faith. Reminders. Science. Art. Intellectual Conversations.

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nothingistruerthandeath:

hooyoda:

When the bae says its salaah time

omggg ahahaha this :”) 

Giggling at how accurate this is.

Do you ever just kind of want to be clingy with someone?

You know they’ve got better things to do, other people in their lives, other obligations, other friends…you know all of this, you know it would be crazy to ask for it but still you can’t help but crave their attention. There’s something about them that you just can’t seem to shake.

I find myself envious of those that get to listen to you talk about even the mundane things like how annoying your boss is or how much you miss your old neighborhood. I find myself envious of those that get to be there to hug you or make you laugh when you’re feeling down. I find myself envious of those that you call on to help you move or paint the house. I find myself envious of those that can just drop by with a box of doughnuts for you while you’re studying. I don’t know, I just find myself feeling so extremely envious of those that get to see you every single day.

I wonder if they know how blessed they are?

My dad does this thing where he describes an ayah and asks me to find out where exactly it is in the Quran. He claims he’s too busy with work to look for it on his own and obviously I have no problem helping him out. Every time I find what I think is the ayah he’s looking for, he says he’s not sure if that’s the one and he asks me to keep looking.

I’m only now starting to get this suspicion that this may be his subtle way of getting me to increase my recitation of the Quran.

He’s such a good father, masha’Allah :’)

khadlja:

 إِنَّمَا أَشْكُو بَثِّي وَحُزْنِي إِلَى اللَّهِ
I only complain of my suffering and my grief to Allah. [Surah Yusuf, 86]

(via betweenhopeanddespair)