Your emotional well-being

Too often we blame our emotional state on external factors; friends, family, spouse, and other circumstances out of our sphere of influence. 
However, emotions begin internally; meaning these external factors can only affected your emotional well-being if you allow them to. Understanding this can allow you to remain “happy” regardless of what is happening around you. 
Happiness can become a choice when one remains in a state of contentment.
Allah knows best

The past has passed..

“Our history is not to be changed but accepted. We waste our time and energy when we ponder what might have been: “If I had…”. We must simply admit failure to ourselves, God, and our spouses. Accept God’s forgiveness, forgive yourself, and trust that your spouse will do the same. Beyond that, you cannot deal with the past. You must concentrate on the future, for it is in your hands to shape.” 
“Wounded marriages can be healed. Hope for the separated.”
Gary chapman 

It is also for women

Al-Mugheerah ibn Shu’bah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that he wanted to propose to a woman in marriage and the Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) told him, “Go and look at her, for that is more likely to create love between the two of you.” [Ahmad, at-Tirmithi, An-Nasaa’i and Ibn Maajah]
As-San’aani said in Subul As-Salaam, “Such a ruling is also confirmed for a woman as she looks to the man who proposes to her, as she likes in him what he likes in her.” [Islamweb] 

Special dua for married men

From the duas of Muhammad bin al-Munkadir (ra), a famous muhaddith of the tabi’een: 
اللهم قو ذكري فإن فيه صلاحا لأهلي
“O Allah! Strengthen my private part for in it is a rectification (i.e. keeping in line) of my wife.”
– Ibnul Qayyim (rah), Rawdatul Muhibbeen.

It’s a trick

قال الوزير ابن هبيرة : من مكايد الشيطان: تنفيره عباد الله من تدبر القرآن
لعلمه أن الهدى واقع عند التدبر، فيقول: هذه مخاطرة، حتى يقول الإنسان :
أنا لا أتكلم في القرآن تورعا.
ذيل طبقات الحنابلة (2/ 156)
Al-Wazeer bin hubairah رحمة الله عليه said:
From the tricks of shaytan is to chase the slave of Allah from pondering over the Quran, as he is knows very well that is were guidance lies. So he says to man: This is dangerous (leave of pondering over it).
So man says (after being deluded)
I will not speak about the Quran from fear of contradicting it.
Of course speaking about the book of Allah or deriving fiqhi rulings or doing tafseer is to be done by the experts. But pondering over the Quran is a command for everyone. 
Allah knows best

Don’t be sad

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ابن القيم |

الحزن يضعف القلب، و يوهن العزم ويضر الإراده ، ولا شيء احب الى الشيطان من حزن المؤمن .. لذلك افرحوا واستبشروا وتفاءلوا وأحسنوا الظن بالله وثقوا بما عند الله وتوكلوا عليه وستجدون السعاده والرضا في كل حال ..
Ibn al-Qayyim said:
Sadness weakness the heart and ones determination and harms ones willpower. There is nothing more beloved to shaytan than the sadness of a believer. For that reason be happy and positive and keep good thoughts with regards to Allah and trust in Him and you will surely find happiness and contentment in every situation.

Have your tongue used to saying..


It’s not about being empty handed

The reward of clothing another Muslim…

قال صلى الله عليه و سلم 

ما من مسلمٍ كسَا مسلمًا ثوبًا إلا كان في حفظٍ من اللهِ ما دام منهُ عليهِ خِرقةٌ


The Messenger ﷺ said, “No Muslim clothes another Muslim a garment except that he will be in the protection of Allah so long as a portion of that cloth is still worn by him.” [Al-Tirmidhi]

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