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JustAnotherMuslimah🎀  ﷽ Ukthi 🎀💖 •Al'Hayaa💫• Fisabilillah🌺

Place your trust in Allah, Al'Wakeel the ultimate trustee, and ask Him Azzawajal to grant you guidance, piety and contentment. Never stop making du'as for what you want, remember nothing is impossible for Allah. He only says to a thing BE and it gets into existence. And indeed Allah's delay isn't Allah's denial..🌸
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And seek help through patience and prayer. (Q2•V45)🌺

Narrated Anas ibn Malik, AbuSa’id: The Prophet ﷺ said, “O Allah, grant me life as a poor man, cause me to die as a poor man, and resurrect me in the company of the poor.” Aisha asked him why he had said this, and he replied, Because they will enter Paradise forty years before the rich. Do not turn away a poor man, Aisha, even if all you can give is half a date. If you love the poor and bring them near you, Aisha, Allah will bring you near Him on the Day of Resurrection..🥀
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Al-Tirmidhi – Hadith 1376🌸

Pessimism often leads to a very ugly and dark mind as well as a troubled heart. It has the power to distort your perception in ways that you never thought possible. Snap out of it! Tell yourself positive things and keep a bright & well-lit mind. If you have nothing good to say to your soul, then as the golden rule states, remain silent even from your own self..
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Make it a habit to be grateful even for a small moment every day. Stop. Stand still. Lower your head, raise your palms. Let your memory float. Say Alhamdulillah.

Perhaps blessings await at your door, prevented from entering by your unthankfulness, or expressed frustrations at current provisions, or just too much empty space in your stores of gratitude. Shukr is there to increase things right? But when it’s absent, then for sure the emptiness only increases..
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May Allah grant us tawfiq in making the best of our days. Ameen🌺


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"Then, after that, your hearts were hardened and became as stones or even worse in hardness. And indeed, there are stones out of which rivers gush forth, and indeed, there are of them (stones) which split asunder so that water flows from them, and indeed, there are of them (stones) which fall down for fear of Allah. And Allah is not unaware of what you do." {Qur'an Surah Al-Baqara}.
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SubhanALLAH, so which of the favors of your lord would you deny?

Allahumma inni as'aluka al-jannah, wa ajirni min an-naar..🌺

O Allah, Your mercy i am hopeful for, so do not leave me to myself even for the blink of an eye, and put all my affairs in order O'Allah. Indeed there is none worthy of worship but You my Rabb..🌺
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Ya Allah, grant me sabr when things don't go my way. You know what is best for me, so help me accept what You have decreed for me and make me among your grateful servants..🌸
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Indeed none can rescue a soul from hardship besides you O'Allah. So i call upon You Ya Rabb, Rabbana Wataqqabal Du'a. Amin..🌹
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O'Allah, i ask you from the bottom of my heart that You ease the struggles of the one who reads this and i ask that by putting their trust in You, they can seek the comfort and help that they truly need. Amin..🌷

O Turner of hearts, keep my heart firm on your deen..💕

The day I was born, my mother thought she would not survive. But she survived though she had nothing to eat that day. I grew up hungry but that is okay, my mother said, I became used to hunger since I was inside my mother’s belly. Now, me and my mother both works, we do not have to starve. We come to work after sunrise. Every day while we return to home, I feel very upset. For earning 95 taka, I have to break 100 bricks, which I hardly can. I can usually break up to 70 pieces of bricks till the sun goes down. But yesterday, it was a magical day. For the first time I broke 100 bricks and got 95 taka. With the extra money, I bought ice cream for me and my mother. Yesterday I felt like a rich girl..
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Manju (7)

On the first day of my work I cried by sitting near the bridge where once my father used to work. I had no idea how to work without some memories of my father polishing shoes. In monsoon my father carried me on his shoulder to take me to school. In my school during rainy season we have to keep our books inside the plastic, drops of rain continued to enter through the hole of the tin shade of the school but that could never stop us from reciting poetry. My father always said I have to become big. Seven days after his death I became very big. We had nothing to eat in our home, my youngest brother was suffering from fever and my mother had no idea what to do. The box was heavier than me. My classmates were pointing at me while they were going to school. I was supposed to go to my class and learn the rest of the poetry. I became big but I cried like a child. When the first customer gave me to polish his shoes, my hands were trembling and when he shouted by calling me ‘Bloody cobbler’, I could not hold back my tears. He took away his shoes without paying me anything. Other hawkers were looking at me with sympathy. And I felt like running to my school, get wet by the rain and memorize rest of the poetry. And then a man came to me. His appearance was dangerous, his voice was very harsh. He ordered me to polish his shoes like a mirror. I bite my lips to hold my tears and tried to do my best and then he asked me to do that again. I did again and he asked me to do again. Then he showed me a line and asked me to do again. I stopped crying and at the end the shoe was shining like a glass. He put a 100 taka note in my packet and said, ‘Use your time and energy to work, not to cry, tears will never bring anything.’ He left to the ferry. That day I earned 300 taka. It’s been three years I am working, without wasting my time on crying. I am sending my two younger brothers to school. Last year, I married off my elder sister. And I have learned the poetry that I could not finish three years ago. I drank all my tears and only living for my dreams. Now when people call me cobbler I do not cry anymore, I look at them and smile..
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Uttam Chandra Das (15)

Ya Allah! This is so heartbreaking 😞 such pure innocence. May Allah lighten the burden of those in distress and grant us the wisdom to realize how incredibly blessed we are.

To be honest I can't understand how someone can see this poor child struggling like this and have the heart to pull out a device to make a video.. May Allah bless this beautiful child 💝

Almost one year ago, I started working. The day when I first came to work it was my elder sister’s 13th birthday. She reads in class nine and I read in class five. Last year, a marriage proposal came for my sister, Sonia. She was broke and cried a lot by holding her diary . I snatched that from her and saw there was a composition inside, which was ‘My dream’. Her dream is going to university. She was crying and begging to our mother not to marry her off. That day our mother did not talk to us. I saw tears in her eyes too. I usually love to sleep but that night I could not sleep and thought a lot about how to save my sister. I saw my mother was also not sleeping. Then I told my mother, I can also break bricks with her and earn for our education. She showed me her hands and said I could never do that. I told her I can do it. For us my mother is breaking 300 bricks every day for past 10 years. Then why cannot I break 100 bricks a day for us? I forced my mother to break my sister’s marriage proposal. And my sister started to go to school again. Now I earn 600 taka every week and give for her education. Every day after finishing school I come to work. When I return home, I seat to study. Many times my sister tried to stop me to come to work. I told her very soon she will work and I will only study. But sometimes it hurts a lot to hold pen. But I can manage. I can write well with the same hand that break bricks..
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Chadni (9)

I carry baggage in the bazaar. People do their daily bazaar and call me to carry. They buy a lot of things for their houses. It surprises me when people buy so many things together. I carry those above my head and go with them to deliver. People usually give me whatever they like to give. I hardly can earn 70 taka daily. I do not have a lot of dreams. But sometimes I really want to take a big bag and buy many things for home. Like vegetables, oil, rice, salt and sugar. We never have had any sugar at home, sugar is a luxury. But my little sister likes to eat sweet things. It’s been a month she wanted to eat something sweet. I asked her what she wanted. She told me that when I will grow old and earn a little more money, I have to buy a Jackfruit for her. Today I broke my little savings and bought this Jackfruit for my sister. I will go home and tell her that I've grown old and here is her Jackfruit..
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