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Zoom analyticalmuslim:

rizehmizeh:

betrees:

proudshia:

When you miss a prayer…

I’m not one to go really personal on here, but a couple of years ago I was not into Islam at all, even though I was born Muslim. I would skip lie and cheat and just be weird in general. Not all the time, but it was getting there. The thing I did most, though, was skip prayers. I didn’t care about praying, care about god, care about faith. And generally, The prayers I missed were Zohr and Asr. I managed to get through Zohr at times, but Asr was just about extinct from my daily ritual. 
After a while, I repented, changed my lifestyle, etc, but I got sick. For a looooooong time. I’m still sick, but it’s getting better. Slowly, very slowly, because my body is weak and frail from its problems feeding into each other. I lost so much muscle mass, my immunne system sucked, my asthma got ten times worse, I go a bunch of random food allergies and all. For the longest time, I didn’t know why. And I still don’t, but this post is kind of leading me to a conclusion.
Now I read this post and it was like an instant AHA! moment because here it is. All those Asr prayers I would skip led me to having this frail body :/Moral of the story: don’t skip your Asr.or any other prayers tbh

I don’t believe this because people who aren’t Muslim can have a glow on their face, a healthy body till they die, and good sleep.

Can’t forget that this applies to more than purely just the physical aspect of our lives.

analyticalmuslim:

rizehmizeh:

betrees:

proudshia:

When you miss a prayer…

I’m not one to go really personal on here, but a couple of years ago I was not into Islam at all, even though I was born Muslim. I would skip lie and cheat and just be weird in general. Not all the time, but it was getting there. The thing I did most, though, was skip prayers. I didn’t care about praying, care about god, care about faith. And generally, The prayers I missed were Zohr and Asr. I managed to get through Zohr at times, but Asr was just about extinct from my daily ritual. 

After a while, I repented, changed my lifestyle, etc, but I got sick. For a looooooong time. I’m still sick, but it’s getting better. Slowly, very slowly, because my body is weak and frail from its problems feeding into each other. I lost so much muscle mass, my immunne system sucked, my asthma got ten times worse, I go a bunch of random food allergies and all. For the longest time, I didn’t know why. And I still don’t, but this post is kind of leading me to a conclusion.

Now I read this post and it was like an instant AHA! moment because here it is. All those Asr prayers I would skip led me to having this frail body :/
Moral of the story: don’t skip your Asr.
or any other prayers tbh

I don’t believe this because people who aren’t Muslim can have a glow on their face, a healthy body till they die, and good sleep.

Can’t forget that this applies to more than purely just the physical aspect of our lives.

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The fact that Sayyedah Khadijah (sa) worked as a business woman, while still maintaining her duties as a wife and mother, WITH the consistent help and love from her husband, the Prophet (saws), is enough for me to know that not only can women work, but the job of maintaining and building a family and household is not just the woman’s job. Marriage altogether is teamwork. You help each other where you can, even if it’s not your “responsibility”.
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There are so many ways of being despicable it quite makes one’s head spin. But the way to be really despicable is to be contemptuous of other people’s pain

— James Baldwin, Giovanni’s Room (via pensivefrangipani)

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