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noorihussain.x

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  1. Salam. At times we become hopeless when bad things happen to us. We even start to despair of Allah’s mercy thinking things like “no way I’ll ever get out of this situation” or “why did God do this to me?” “why did Allah want to put me through this?” But what we need to understand is that this life was never meant for us in the first place. Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) has only sent us here to test us. Therefore, when we go through a situation which may seemingly look really bad and cause us to panic.. we need to realize that this is what Allah wanted for us and we need to be patient rather than react in a negative manner. When you go through difficulty in your marriage for example, or you might feel like your parents don’t understand you.. or you don’t get the job you worked so hard for.. or if things didn’t work out with the person you wanted to marry .. these situations might lead you to start despairing of Allah’s mercy and plan. BUT we need to remember one thing: this life is not permanent and neither is our grief and sorrow. We may become sad or even depressed but how long will your pain really last? Surely it won’t last forever. And YOU are the one that makes the changes in your life. Allah gave us free will. We are able to change our current state and Allah will definitely help us. You need to make the first move while trusting Allah’s plan.. because even though it may not make sense now, it will later. After you’ve seen it all and been through what you thought were the worst times, you’ll realize it wasn’t that bad. And the pain only made you stronger So be grateful.. say Alhamdullilah in every situation even when it doesn’t make sense and things aren’t necessarily going according to you. Because remember that there’s a Planner above us all. And He knows what’s best for us.
  2. Ate: Ignore my brother’s hand at the back hehe.
  3. Yes I did! They had a very fresh but light smell. Hmm I don't know about the cinnamon-ish smell, they honestly just smelt floral, it wasn’t any distinguished smell as far as I remember.
  4. Pretty flowers from a garden I went to earlier
  5. Alhamdullilah for all the blessings, all the hardships and all the pain that Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) tests us with. ❤️
  6. Yum^ I love kulfi. Can’t remember the last time I ate it tho probably only in weddings lol.
  7. Ate: nothing Eating: drinking green tea with walnuts and almonds Will eat: Hmm I might just eat a muffin and grab myself a coffee.
  8. Don’t get me wrong.. I love my mother more than anyone. I don’t think her behaviour is abusive, she just wants me to give her a lot of time. Which is understandable, considering none of my other siblings spend as much time with her. Also I’m the only daughter that lives with her, maybe it could be why. My mother has a habit of getting stressed over the smallest things.. she overthinks a lot and even gets sick because of this. Therefore, I’m always worried about her. Whenever I’m finished Uni I rush home straight away because I know that when she’s alone she’s just going to overthink and get really anxious. But I can’t keep living like this.. I wish my mother would just understand that everything will be okay and that everything is in Allah’s hands. I speak to her about this all the time and tell her not to worry.. and that I’ll give her as much time as I can. But then again.. it’s like it’s of no use and then the same cycle continues.
  9. Salam. Recently I've been feeling really sad. Every time I try to focus on my work and studies.. I start feeling like I'm unable to give time to my family and Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). Even when I make sure to spend an hour or two with my family once I'm back home from Uni, my mother constantly makes me feel like I'm not giving her enough time, and then she starts saying things like "I won't be here forever, you should spend more time with us.. etc" Or if I stay for longer at the library sometimes, she gets really upset and doesn't talk to me properly the whole day. I don't know what else I could possibly do. Like I'm trying to do my utmost best but it's like no one understands me. I feel so drained because of this.. which isn't letting me focus on my work properly. I know some of you will say, "oh you're finding it hard right now what are you going to do later on?" Well I don't know. I'm really struggling and I hope it's a phase that'll pass.. but I've been feeling really low because of this. Any advice?
  10. The more you increase yourself in knowledge, the easier it will be to stay away from sins. They always say: sin comes from a lack of knowledge of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). Basically, the more we learn about the lives of the Ahlul Bayt(who are our guides to Allah) and how they dealt with hardships we could never imagine getting through, and most importantly.. why they found it easy to stay away from sins, it will be so much easier for us to do the same. I remember reading a hadith once where one of the Imams said something like (again I'm just paraphrasing), "It is not that we, the Ahlul Bayt, cannot sin.. but rather we choose not to sin." I would suggest you listen to this lecture by Sayed Baqir Qazwini. I hope you find it of benefit.
  11. Lol. It says I’m 64% emotional and 36% logical.. I don’t know whether to cry or be happy.
  12. Mine's Advocate INFJ-T. Actually really surprised at the accuracy when it came to coping with emotions and my approach to work/long-term plans.
  13. My fave so much pain and emotion in one painting.. ya Aba Abdellah(عليه السلام) :'(
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