Wednesday, September 28, 2011

September 2011

Bism Illah wa as salaamu alaykum wa Rahmat Allah wa Barakatuh.

I don't know about you readers out there, but I found it a bit too much posting a whole month's worth of ideas under just one heading. It meant that I couldn't give the posts specific labels so people could find posts under a particular topic. The system is now slightly changed and I will post once a month, but the posts will be separate. You will see that there are several other posts all published on this same day...your monthly dose, LOL!

I hope this works better for you, my dear readers. I know it is better for me, as I can develop my ideas more thoroughly without worrying about making the post overly long.

I have a few small things that I will include in this post, what don't warrant a post of their own.

Random Thoughts:

Allah knows....when you brush your teeth before meeting a friend, a wife, or an evening out, but not before going to the masjid, Allah knows who you have honored and given priority to.

Dua' for exposure:

There are some situations, and some times, when we cannot accurately assess the character and genuineness of another person. We may have a doubtful feeling about them, but we just cannot put our finger on it. Allah is, as always, the answer. Ask Him to show you the true nature of the person. Ask him to expose to you their reality, so you may act accordingly. It is more important to know the reality of what you are dealing with, than for that reality to be good.

Hudayfah ibn al-Yaman (radhi Allahu anhu) said:

"The people used to ask the Messenger of Allah (salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam) about good things, whereas I used to ask him about evil things fearing that they befall me." (Bukhari & Muslim)

May Allah guide us all to what pleases Him, bless us with benefit from all the good herein, and protect us from any harm - ameen.


  1. Assalaam Alaikum dearest Mai,

    Your blog and everything your write is honestly such and inspiration, MashaAllah. May Allah reward you immensely! I hope you've been well, Insha'Allah. =)

  2. Wa alaykum as salaam wa Rahmat Allah wa Barakatuh Sara.

    Your blog is a beautiful inspiration as well, mashaa'Allah. May Allah bless you with even more than you wish for me - ameen!

    Alhamdul'Illah, I am in the midst of my eleventh miscarriage, but I am VERY well, mashaa'Allah!

    May Allah ever keep you rightly guided and may you be a pleasure to Him every day of your life - ameen.

  3. Assalam o Alaikum wa Rahmatullah wa barakatuh

    may Allah give you ease and make this baby wait for you at the door of Jannah to take you in.Ameen thuma Ameen
    many hugs and duas.

  4. sister mai, i love you for the sake of Allah