Our relationship in a nutshell, basically ;)
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From almost becoming homeless to hearing that your first cousin was murdered overseas can really shake you.
Where is the middle ground with struggle? What are you meant to feel when you are trying to hard to maintain a steady heart for not just for your family or for your God - but for yourself?
It is incredible to see how much six little months in a year can change so much inside of you. The way you see people broadens, and, it is within moments that you realise the realness in the voice of your elders when they say to you that “experience” is what shapes your sight.
I have struggled so incredibly, I can not even tell you all how my eyes and my world have changed.
I have fallen in and out of love, saw someone die, almost became homeless, shifted house in Ramadan - all these events just happened in the lapse of one month. I used to feel that these things only happened to kids in third world countries… but what I’ve come to realise these past few days is, struggle is struggle. You can’t weigh it up against first, second or third world places.
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"The more humble, the more meek, the more submissive one is to Allah, the more virtuous and righteous does he becomes in Salah and the greater becomes his reward, and the more noble and nearer to Allah becomes the worshipper. But should he be filled with pride, Allah will destroy him and will reject his deeds, for the deeds of the proud are never accepted."
-Ahmad Ibn Hanbal (rahimahullah)
Photo taken by Angad B. Sodhi
My Ammi was so sick this morning that she couldn’t get out of bed, so, my attempt to cheer her up is to create a desi breakfast.
Omelette, paratha and halwa :)▲1 | reblog
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To know what man believes, watch how he acts. For most of the people service of their bodies and their minds is their religion.
They may have religious ideas, but they do not act on them. They play with them, they are often very fond of them, but they will not act on them.I am That (via buddhabumps)
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Children should not have to beg for money. The disparity between even the middle class and the poor in India is huge. A child should not have his clothes ripped and dirtied to beg for money from strangers. For a country with over a billion, it’s surprising that there aren’t proper institutions in…
You are a plainly beautiful, eloquent, and gorgeous man.▲11 | reblog