Three Conditions to Forgiveness 

“Oh son of Aadam, as long as you call upon Me and hope in Me, I will
forgive you for whatever (deeds are) with you and I will not mind…”

Taken from “Jaami’ Al-‘Uloom wal-Hikam” by: Al-Haafidh: Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbalee

Originally Posted by Noorie
AsSalaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh, ideas/goals for Ramadan… 1. Correct your intention and ask Allah to forgive you in Ramadan. 2. Read the Qur’an N times (N= twice as much as you can). 3. Make several intentions for each action. 4. Make sure to pray with khoshou3 and pray 12 sunnah rak3as. 5. Donate N dollars every day in ramadan (N= twice as much as what came in your mind right now). 6. Make doaa for yourself and your family and the muslim ummah. 7. Make you tongue wet from the remembrance of Allah. 8. Make istaghfar for all the belivers. 9. Offer iftar to others. 10. Call your friends and family members.
I ask Allah subhanahu wa ta3ala to accept Ramadan from all of us and make this Ramadan the beginning for a life full of actions for Allah’s sake and only His sake, Ameen. Note: Please share your ideas with us so we all can benefit from them, Ameen.
والسلام عاليكم ورحمة الله و بركاته    


I noticed that when someone passed by one of my friends and greeted him, my friend not only did not reply but also gave him a rather haughty look. When I asked him why he did that, he told me that the other person was arrogant and that the Prophet (sallAllaahu `alayhi wa sallam) said, “Arrogance to someone who is arrogant is charity.” Is this Hadeeth authentic? And is what my friend did correct?

When one is arrogant with one of the servants of Allaah, he is perpetrating one of the major sins, and no one is permitted to be arrogant with another, even if another person is himself arrogant. One cannot cure another person’s arrogance by being the same with him; rather, one may help him by advising him sincerely and warning him about Allaah’s punishment, by saying, for example, “Fear Allaah, for verily arrogance is one of the major sins.” The Hadeeth mentioned by the questioner is false — it has no basis and is not authentically related from the Prophet (sallAllaahu `alayhi wa sallam).

Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih al-`Uthaymeen

Fatawa Islamiyah, Vol. 7, Page 169, DARUSSALAM

061-165‘We have been given rain by the grace and mercy of Allaah.’


Source: Make dua

060-1641‘O Allaah, may it be a beneficial rain cloud.’

Bismillah, I love it when it rains. The smell of the desert sand quenching it’s thirst the risk of getting soaked when you’re out and it unexpectedly rains.Sometimes the rains gives busy families another excuse to be indoors together wa lilahilhamd. There is something I noticed that maybe some or many of us might overlook during these rainy days and that is to increase in your adaiya (supplications plural of du’aa). The Messenger of Allah sallalahu alyhi wa salam



“Two du’a will never be rejected; during the Adhan and when it

[Sahih Al Jami’ Al Saghir]     Not forgetting to say the du’aa to be said when it rains and after the rainfall. What really gets me excited when it rains is the Rahma of Allah subhana wa ta’ala during this time, now this I am sure passed many, it’s the opportunity to pray your ‘tahajjud’ during the last 1/3 of the night, be in a position of prostration while it’s raining [1] Imagine having a chance like this one during the last 10 nights of Ramadan.Subhana’Allah ! 😀 Now that’s a moment to crave. It’s still raining and hopefully it will continue to do so bi’idnillah ta’ala. And while the clouds continue to pour cease the opportunity. I ask Allah to make us amongst those of us who cease this opportunity. Allahuma ameen   [1] Abu Huraira reported in Bukhari that the messenger of Allaah (pbuh) said:

“The nearest a servant comes to his Lord is when he is prostrating himself, so make supplication (in this state)” [Sahih al-Bukhari]


Abu Hurairah reports that the Messenger of Allah said: “Our Lord descends to the lowest heaven during the last third of the night, inquiring: ‘Who will call on Me so that I may respond to him? Who is asking something of Me so I may give it to him? Who is asking for My forgiveness so I may forgive him?” [Fiqh us-Sunnah]


When a person accepts Allaah as his Lord and is content with Him, he gets an immense reward in this life and the Hereafter. If a man observes patience during afflictions, Allaah will guide his heart and give him comfort and contentment. He will alleviate the effect of the afflictions on him due to the man’s anticipation of Allaah’s reward for his patience. On the Day of Resurrection, he will find the reward for his patience at a time when rewards are most desperately needed. Allaah says that which translates as: “…Indeed the patient will be given their reward without account [i.e., limit].”

So the next time faced with an afliction,trial or tribulation ,think about it “A reward without limit ” Subhana’Allah

wa Allahu Ash-Shakir ash-Shakur.I ask Allah subhana wa ta’ala to make us amongst those who remain steadfast and patient Allahuma Ameen .


When ‘Abdullaah Ibn Az-Zubayr used to hear thunder he would stop talking and say: ‘How perfect He is, (The One) Whom the thunder declares His perfection with His praise, as do the angels out of fear of Him.’

Assalam alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

Do you find yourself saying these words:

‘I have tried many times, repeatedly, to turn my soul away from committing these specific acts of disobedience but my efforts have failed.’

‘I tried to get my soul to perform acts of obedience (to Allaah), good and righteous deeds but I am not able to remain firm upon them, I leave them so quickly.’

‘I have repented from many evil actions and promised myself that I would not commit them again. However after the passing of time and being occupied much it did not take long before I returned to them. In fact I fell into others and increased in them.’

Then this article is for you:

Al Awzai (radiallahu anhu) said: “Patiently restrict yourself upon the sunnah, stop where the people (companions) stopped, say what they say and refrain from that which they refrained. Traverse upon the path of your salaf al salih, for indeed what was sufficient for them is sufficient for you.”