Why Have I Changed So Much?

I’m not an expert but, have you ever felt like a trait of your personality suddenly changed or even disappeared? Well if so, I just want to remind you that it’s absolutely fine and there’s no reason to worry. Life is all about change, isn’t it? Don’t you have an old friend who you used to be so close to but now you barely talk to each other anymore because you just feel like you’ve grown apart? Friends come and go, because thoughts and feelings come and go… That’s just how your heart is. It flips and flops all the time. And that’s how you change.

It’s not a bad thing to change. Seriously, you can’t help it, right? So if you felt like you have changed into something that is bad (according to you), don’t forget the fact that you will always change. So, you always have a chance to change into something better or maybe even the same as before, Allahua’lam. And you must never forget… Everything that happens is what’s supposed to happen. Everything is in the Hands of Allah. Allah is The One who wills it to change and nothing changes except that Allah wills it. And Allah is Most Knowing and Most Wise.

So pray to Allah to become someone loved by Him, do things that Allah loves, and don’t worry. Allah knows what you’re going through more than you do.

“ ياَ مُقَلِّبَ القُلُوْبِ  ثَبِّتْ قَلْبِيْ عَلَى دِيْنِكَ ”

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Answers, answers..
Where can you get them?

Just when you’re tired of confusion
Turns out the answer wasn’t expected
The answer itself is a question
How many times have you dedicated?

When you have been called
Drop everything
Prostrate to Allah
Your life and beyond is in His hands

What is written for you will be yours,
Be it under two mountains
What isn’t written for you will never be yours,
Be it under your fingertips

History of Valentine Day 14-Feb :: Valentines Day not for Muslims

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History of Valentine Day :: Valentines Day not for Muslims

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{Read,before making any plans with your *spouse*}

A brief discussion of the origins, development and purpose of this holiday, and what the Muslim should do with regard to it.

The Festival of Love was one of the festivals of the pagan Romans, when paganism was the prevalent religion of the Romans more than seventeen centuries ago. In the pagan Roman concept, it was an expression of  “spiritual love”.

There were myths associated with this pagan festival of the Romans, which persisted with their Christian heirs. Among the most famous of these myths was the Roman belief that Romulus, the founder of Rome, was suckled one day by a she-wolf, which gave him strength and wisdom.

The Romans used to celebrate this event in mid-February each year with a big festival. One of the rituals of this festival was the sacrifice of…

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SHALAT ISYRAQ

Latarghria Jofania

Masjid Agung Jawa Tengah (MAJT) di Jln. Gajah Semarang Masjid Agung Jawa Tengah (MAJT) di Jln. Gajah Semarang

Shalat Isyraq atau Syuruq  atau Thulu’. Shalat dilaksanakan pada awal permulaan shalat Dhuha, di mana waktunya adalah dimulai saat dari terbitnya matahari yang mulai memancarkan cahayanya.

Sebagian ulama mengatakan bahwa shalat Isyraq adalah bagian daripada shalat Sunah Dhuha karena dilakukan di awal waktu Dhuha dan waktunya hanya sebentar, tidak seperti waktu sholat Dhuha. Jadi, karena dikerjakan pada awal waktu Dhuha maka disebut shalat Isyraq / Syuruq. Dan Hukumnya melaksanakan shalat ini adalah sunah.

Fadilah (keutamaan) shalat ini adalah : Orang yang melaksanakannya akan diberi pahala oleh Allah seperti pahala haji dan umrah dengan sempurna.

Dalil yang menunjukkan keutamaan ini adalah sebagai berikut :

Hadits Pertama:

Dari Anas bin Malik radhiyallahu anhu, ia berkata: Rasulullah bersabda: “Barangsiapa Mengerjakan shalat Shubuh berjamaah, lalu dia duduk berdzikir sampai matahari terbit, kemudian mengerjakan shalat dua rakaat, maka ia akan mendapatkan pahala haji dan umrah. Rasulullah…

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Prejudice no moah

Bah!! It’s 9 and I’ll have school in the morning therefore I shouldn’t be on the keyboard right now but all this sadness around me is dragging my head to my feet!

There is happiness. There’s not such a thing as sadness. It’s what we humans describe the feeling of the absence of happiness. You see that? Feeling.

Feeling might lead to thinking might lead to prejudice

Prejudice is as old as the day Iblis complained to Allah, subhana watala, that he was better than mankind. He based it on the nature of his creation (jinn), claiming that jinn are superior to mankind, similar to racial prejudice today, which is based on the principle that, “whatever I am, is better than whatever you are.”

Do you think Iblis is better than you? No! Truly he is our enemy. How would it make sense to mirror our own villain, when we have the best role model in the universe?

((It’s late and I can’t find the precise English translation but it meant like this))

“Flee from prejudice, because prejudice is actually the most deceitful of words” (HR. Muttafaq Alaih)

Watch your head! Watch what you say! And most definitely, stay conscious.