dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Ibn Jawzi’s Advice to His Son
“Know, dear son,
that days are but hours,
and hours are but breaths,
and every soul is a container,
hence let not any breath pass without any benefit,
such as on the Day of Judgement you find an empty container and feel regret!
Be aware of every hour and how it passes,
and only spend it in the best possible way;
do not neglect yourself,
but render it accustomed to the noblest and best of actions,
and send to your grave that which will please you when you arrive to it.”
[Imaam Ibn al-Jawzi in his letter of advice to his son, as contained in his work: “Laftat al-Kabid fee Naseehat al-Walad”]

dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Ibn Jawzi’s Advice to His Son

“Know, dear son,

that days are but hours,

and hours are but breaths,

and every soul is a container,

hence let not any breath pass without any benefit,

such as on the Day of Judgement you find an empty container and feel regret!

Be aware of every hour and how it passes,

and only spend it in the best possible way;

do not neglect yourself,

but render it accustomed to the noblest and best of actions,

and send to your grave that which will please you when you arrive to it.”

[Imaam Ibn al-Jawzi in his letter of advice to his son, as contained in his work: “Laftat al-Kabid fee Naseehat al-Walad”]

(via gigam)

Patience is beautiful, once you mastered it’s art. You will embrace every trial with a smile.

—(via ukhty-nur)

(Source: islamicrays, via ukhty-nur)

Shaykh al-Albani رحمه الله said:

"All women should prefer marrying men who seek knowledge."

—[Silsilat-ul-Hu­daa wan-Noor, (No. 345)] (via asifeq)

(Source: saeed1921, via servantofthemostforgiving)

You meet someone, you two get close. It’s all great for a while, then someone stops trying. You talk less, there’s awkward conversations. Then comes the drifting, then no communication whatsoever. Memories start to fade. Then that person you know becomes that person you knew. That’s how it usually goes, right? Sad, isn’t it.