1. (Source: cultureislam, via zahramahdii)

  3. mrsdwightkschrute:

    realest shit ever.

    (via uncensoredhijabii)

  4. muntezirbiraderler:

    “There are three things which indicate symptoms of intelligence and religious knowledge of jurisprudence: Patience, learning, and silence. And among them silence is the gate of wisdom, causes love, and is responsible for each blessing.”

    Imam Reza (a.s) ~ Bihar al-Anwar ~ Volume: 71, Page: 290

    (via zahramahdii)


  5. "Somebody asked Hazrat Ali what the difference is between a brother and a friend. He said “a brother is like gold and a friend is like diamond.” So the man asked why are you giving more value to the friend, a diamond is worth more? Imam replied “If gold cracks you can melt it and make it just like it was before. If a diamond cracks, it can never be like it was before."
    — Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (a)

    (Source: lipstick-bullet, via durenajaf)

  6. sogandzakerhaghighi:

    Inside his palace in Shaam, Yazid tried his best to humiliate Lady Zainab (sa). He insulted her grandfather (saww), damaged the reputation of her father (as) and tore her loved ones apart - with his tongue and his hands. But what he didn’t realize, was that his ‘success’ was just temporary. See, 1400 years later, these people are amongst the most honoured while Yazid and his clique are amongst the most damned.

    "What does it matter if you are lowly in the eyes of people when you are praiseworthy in the eyes of Allah?" - Imam Sadiq (as), Mizan ul Hikmah ❤️

    (via zahramahdii)


  7. poetaaj:

    If the Ahlul-Bayt are the bridge to Allah,

    Then which bridge did Umar burn,

    When he lit the door of Fatima on fire?

    (via syedaaj)


  8. "Allah did not leave any argument or any excuse for anyone after the event of Ghadir Khum."
    — Hazrat Fatemeh Zahra (as), Dala’il al-Imama, p. 38. al-Khisal, vol. 1, p. 173; Bihar al- Anwar, vol 30, p. 124.   (via sange-saboor)

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  10. boycourt:

    It’s always obvious who wasn’t beat as a child

    (via burarium)