Detaching myself from what I want and holding tight to what Allah wants, trusting what he decreed, has always lead me to what I initially wanted or to what makes me even more satisfied. Continue reading “Satisfaction”


Muslim diaries -12- Prayer VS Sleep

Hello people! I hope you are doing well. Before starting this episode topic, a small introduction is needed for our non Muslim follower 🙂

For those of you who do not know, in Islam, we have five daily prayers. Prayer time is announced with ATHAN/ADHAN (prayer call). Curious? Here is a video for you!

Continue reading “Muslim diaries -12- Prayer VS Sleep”

An hour

“An hour of hard work in time of ease for a day of ease in time of hardship.” – O. Nasri

So what?

I can’t stop listening to this part of a lecture. He really said it all!

“So what if you’ve made mistakes in the past? So what if you haven’t realized your potential in the past? That’s OK, you’re still breathing which means Allah still has hope in you. If you were a lost cause you wouldn’t be breathing anymore. The fact that Allah has given you life is because Allah expects things from you. It is a new day, it is a new beginning and let’s prove ourselves before Allah ‘Azza wa Jal and show Him what goodness we can bring into this world.”

It defines you

“What you see, read or hear influences your subconscious and defines you.” – O.Nasri


“Only with Allah your way is enlightened. Only with His remembrance shall your heart find light.” – O.Nasri

Satisfaction and hard work

“You might wish to have a lot of things in this life, some of which you consider so important. Your life course might depend on things you yet couldn’t obtain. All the plans you make, all the things you pray for may become yours one day as it might never happen. You should be satisfied with what you possess right at the moment, do your best to use the blessings you have in the best way you can and work hard to get that which you want. The key to what is to come is satisfaction and hard work.” – O.Nasri

Good fragrance

“Good fragrance can’t be hidden.” – O.Nasri


Religion doesn’t mean depression, sadness, struggles … It is just that we turn to it when life gets harder and we leave it for a single worldly drop of pleasure and happiness.

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