A women who loves her family very much.muslim.music lover.experimental chef.cats.Travel.Funny.Serious.Clumsy.Determine.Passionate. ❤️choc &cheese
There’s a point in your life when you know who stays forever and who’s just around for a while. People change, but so do you. Sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse. Bad things happen to everyone, you’re not in it alone. People lie and some people just don’t care how you feel. Your heart beats no matter how much pain you’re in. Everything will be okay eventually. There are always people in your life that just make your day no matter the miles. I know all about distance, I’ve been dealing with it all my life, so don’t tell me it’s easy, but it’s worth it. I’d rather stay in touch with the people I love than just drop it and forget about it. You don’t forget about the ones you love, it doesn’t work like that. Give it all you got, and live your life to the fullest. People would kill to have what you have. Someone always has it worse off than you, but that doesn’t mean your pain doesn’t count. It’s okay……..
there’s a mixture of feelings as the day gets closer. one minute she is excited and another minute she feels sad. this is the first time after so long. but then again, there is always a first to everything. all the memories suddenly keep rushing back uninvited. she wonders why she still has this feeling and tries to brush it off but to no avail.
she wanted to tell somebody but she couldn’t. she no longer wants to burden anyone else. all she feels now is loneliness. she tries to be happy for tomorrow and is still trying. but the feeling is so overwhelming that she finds herself close to tears every few minutes. she knows that what she is facing at the moment is nothing compared to what the others may face, she keeps telling that to herself but her heart just won’t listen.
sometimes she feels hurt by the others but nothing can compare to this, which actually what makes her stronger. But still she is sad. sad that everything turned out differently.
When Allah says: “Men are the qawwâmûn of women…” it means – and Allah knows best – that men are held liable for handling the affairs of women and are responsible for the women under their care. A husband, therefore, has the responsibility of taking care of his wife, protecting her, defending her honor, and fulfilling her needs regarding her religion and her worldly life. It does not mean – as all too many people have falsely assumed – that he has the right to behave obstinately towards her, compel her, subject her to his will, suppress her individuality, and thus heinously negate her identity.
His status as protector and maintainer is pure responsibility, pure liability, and not so much a position of authority. It requires from him that he uses his good sense, thinks carefully about what he does, and exercises patience. It means that he cannot be hasty and offhanded in his decisions. It does not mean that he can disregard his wife’s opinions and belittle her good person.We’re running out of men..
i hope everything is fine at the other side…. at the moment i’m trying hard to run towards the safe side but i keep on stumbling on my way there…..my legs can’t seem to function properly…..and sometimes my heart beats faster but most of the time i think it forgot to beat at all….
And the Hereafter is better for you than the first [life]. (93:4)