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24pinkshadows:

the-tinymermaid:

nothing is permanent, the art of letting go

HOLY FUCK NO

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alixanasworld:

Tunisia
Oct 20, 2014 / 109 notes
hadeiadel:

At the top of mount Sinai, Saint Catherine, Egypt.
Oct 20, 2014 / 107 notes

hadeiadel:

At the top of mount Sinai, Saint Catherine, Egypt.

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Attar -Conference of Birds
Oct 20, 2014 / 2 notes

Attar -Conference of Birds

Attar -Conference of The Birds
Oct 20, 2014 / 2 notes

Attar -Conference of The Birds

Allah has purpose for your pain, a reason for your struggles and a reward for your faithfulness. Don’t give up.
Oct 19, 2014 / 1 note
da-pakistani:

A man who spent his entire life protecting the poor has been robbed at gun point today. He runs the worlds largest free ambulance service. He lives in a small hut. Every dollar he receives in donations gets passed on to the poor. He does all this despite being very ill & yet someone had the guts to do this. Im really pissed off at the government. While our useless prime minister, Nawaz Sharif ( A man who has stolen over $4 billion from the people of Pakistan) is surrounded with 25,000 police officers at the expense of the tax payer, not a single security guard has been provided to an angel like Mr. Edhi. Honestly i dont know what to say. My heart broke watching Mr. Edhi on tv, he looked so fragile and scared. 
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Oct 19, 2014 / 221 notes

da-pakistani:

A man who spent his entire life protecting the poor has been robbed at gun point today. He runs the worlds largest free ambulance service. He lives in a small hut. Every dollar he receives in donations gets passed on to the poor. He does all this despite being very ill & yet someone had the guts to do this. Im really pissed off at the government. While our useless prime minister, Nawaz Sharif ( A man who has stolen over $4 billion from the people of Pakistan) is surrounded with 25,000 police officers at the expense of the tax payer, not a single security guard has been provided to an angel like Mr. Edhi. Honestly i dont know what to say. My heart broke watching Mr. Edhi on tv, he looked so fragile and scared.

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lololemac:

Azulejos, Tunis
Oct 19, 2014 / 594 notes

lololemac:

Azulejos, Tunis

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mohsint110:

He said, “Who is at my door?” I said, “Your humble servant.” He said, “What business do you have?” I said, “To greet you, O Lord.”
 He said, “How long will you journey on?” I said, “Until you stop me.” He said, “How long will you boil in the fire?” I said, “Until I am pure.
 “This is my oath of love. For the sake of love I gave up wealth and position.”
 He said, “You have pleaded your case  but you have no witness.” I said, “My tears are my witness; the pallor of my face is my proof.’ He said, “Your witness has no credibility; your eyes are too wet to see.” I said, “By the splendor of your justice  my eyes are clear and faultless.”
 He said, “What do you seek?” I said, “To have you as my constant friend.” He said, “What do you want from me?” I said, “Your abundant grace.”
 He said, “Who was your companion on the journey? I said, “The thought of you, O King.” He said, “What called you here?” I said, “The fragrance of your wine.”
 He said, “What brings you the most fulfillment?” I said, “The company of the Emperor.” He said, “What do you find there?” I said, “A hundred miracles.” He said, “Why is the palace deserted?” I said, “They all fear the thief.” He said, “Who is the thief?” I said, “The one who keeps me from -you.
 He said, “Where is there safety?” I said, “In service and renunciation.” He said, “What is there to renounce?” I said, “The hope of salvation.”
 He said, “Where is there calamity?” I said, “In the presence of your love.” He said, “How do you benefit from this life?” I said, “By keeping true to myself
 Now it is time for silence. If I told you about His true essence You would fly from your self and be gone, and neither door nor roof could hold you back!
Oct 19, 2014 / 40 notes

mohsint110:

He said, “Who is at my door?”
I said, “Your humble servant.”
He said, “What business do you have?”
I said, “To greet you, O Lord.”


He said, “How long will you journey on?”
I said, “Until you stop me.”
He said, “How long will you boil in the fire?”
I said, “Until I am pure.


“This is my oath of love.
For the sake of love
I gave up wealth and position.”


He said, “You have pleaded your case
but you have no witness.”
I said, “My tears are my witness;
the pallor of my face is my proof.’
He said, “Your witness has no credibility;
your eyes are too wet to see.”
I said, “By the splendor of your justice
my eyes are clear and faultless.”


He said, “What do you seek?”
I said, “To have you as my constant friend.”
He said, “What do you want from me?”
I said, “Your abundant grace.”


He said, “Who was your companion on the journey?
I said, “The thought of you, O King.”
He said, “What called you here?”
I said, “The fragrance of your wine.”


He said, “What brings you the most fulfillment?”
I said, “The company of the Emperor.”
He said, “What do you find there?”
I said, “A hundred miracles.”
He said, “Why is the palace deserted?”
I said, “They all fear the thief.”
He said, “Who is the thief?”
I said, “The one who keeps me from -you.


He said, “Where is there safety?”
I said, “In service and renunciation.”
He said, “What is there to renounce?”
I said, “The hope of salvation.”


He said, “Where is there calamity?”
I said, “In the presence of your love.”
He said, “How do you benefit from this life?”
I said, “By keeping true to myself


Now it is time for silence.
If I told you about His true essence
You would fly from your self and be gone,
and neither door nor roof could hold you back!

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calligraphy-gharbiya:

Extracts from the prophet muhammad pbuh last sermon
Oct 19, 2014 / 55 notes

calligraphy-gharbiya:

Extracts from the prophet muhammad pbuh last sermon

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chadalogy:

Morocco Marrakesh 1971 Teacher peers out of window in an elaborately carved wall of a Medrassa, a religious school
Oct 19, 2014 / 871 notes

chadalogy:

Morocco Marrakesh 1971 Teacher peers out of window in an elaborately carved wall of a Medrassa, a religious school

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gyclli:


Şakırın camii - prayers *** By EG documentary pho
This new mosque in Uskudar, a very traditional part of Istanbul is designed by a woman. All of the interior features are more delicate than traditionally expected and an exciting blend of layered minimalism.
Oct 19, 2014 / 27 notes

gyclli:

Şakırın camii - prayers *** By EG documentary pho

This new mosque in Uskudar, a very traditional part of Istanbul is designed by a woman. All of the interior features are more delicate than traditionally expected and an exciting blend of layered minimalism.

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junejett:

Persian Bath houses by HORIZON on Flickr.
Oct 19, 2014 / 43 notes
learntobemuslimah:

Labbaika Allahumma labbaika.Labbaika la syarika laka labbaika.Innal hamda wanni’mata laka wal mulka.laa syarika laka.
Oct 19, 2014 / 5,503 notes

learntobemuslimah:

Labbaika Allahumma labbaika.
Labbaika la syarika laka labbaika.
Innal hamda wanni’mata laka wal mulka.
laa syarika laka.

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