Young People Wanting To Be In Love

Think & Be Positive


This is the same advice I gave to my younger sister who is no longer “young” and my younger cousins:

If you are 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, there is no need for you to be in a relationship. All that will do to you is break your heart over and over and over again, only for you to grow bitter in age, become insecure and hurt yourself in the process. At the same time, you expect these men after them to fix what has been broken and that is your mind and especially our heart. Not a single individual in this world can fix that for you except Allah and yourself. At such a young age, there is only a need to work on yourself and nobody else. You have so much potential at that age that can be ruined because of a man whose only need at that…

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Do Not Let –

Do not let your past burden you but let it help you grow stronger to become the person you always wanted to be. Don’t neglect your future by reminding
yourself of failures, they will always be there but let your failures from the past be a bridge to letting you become successful by taking all your experiences and being a stronger version of yourself.

The Strongest Version Of Yourself – Chapter 2 – The Past

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The Price Of Marriage –

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Practicing brothers and sisters are being turned away for marriage because parents hold onto their tribe and egos more than their deen (religion). They fear the backlash and criticism of people and family more than they fear Allah.

Then parents also have outrageous demands for dowry, only for the brother to walk away empty handed, while walking through the door with hopes of a blessed marriage. For parents it was greed, for the other it was love and a new journey but ended with a heartbreak.

If it is not your skin colour, then it is your lack of degree. If it isn’t your wealth, then it is your culture and tribe. How sad is it that we value what will soon be insignificant over what matters the most, which is character and religious commitment?

Marriage has turned into the highest bidder with dowry. The lightest skin complexion, tribe association and your degree with profession. If you don’t fit the 4, you aren’t approved as if you are applying for a credit card with bad credit history.

The Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him) said: “A woman may be married for four things: her wealth, her lineage, her beauty, or her religious commitment. Choose the one who is religiously-committed, may your hands be rubbed with dust (i.e., may you prosper).” [Bukhari]

He also said: “If there comes to you to marry (your daughter) one who with whose religious commitment and character you are pleased, then marry (your daughter) to him, for if you do not do that, there will be fitnah (tribulation) in the land and widespread corruption.” [Tirmidhi]

Islam points you towards good character and religious commitment, while people point you towards money, degrees, skin colour and tribes. One leads you towards jannah (heaven), while the other leads you towards a temporary life and Allah says:

“Know that the life of this world is but amusement and diversion and adornment and boasting to one another and competition in increase of wealth and children” [57:20]

Marriage shouldn’t be hard and marrying someone who is religiously committed with good character should be accepted. The skin colour, degrees or wealth shouldn’t matter either because we all entered the world the same and will leave the same, rich or poor.

Leave the tribalism and ego behind and follow the Qur’an and Sunnah to the best of your ability, in order to reap the fruits of success.

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As I Get Older –


As I get older, I realize my time is ticking away and all the things I’ve always planned on doing is either never going to happen or I have to start putting my plans into action. Sometimes, I tell you, Im afraid of what others think or how others will react because Im a person who speaks my mind without any hesitation. But as I get older, I worry about that less because 20 or 30 years from now, I may not be capable of doing what I’ve always wanted to do. I may not be able to speak how I wanted to speak. I may not able to write how I wanted to write, so I stopped being afraid of what others will say. I stopped being afraid of how others will look at me.

I am not a follower of any man or woman, I just get inspired by their work ethic and I tell myself, I am just as capable as all of them. If they can do it, I can do it. In 20 or 30 years, my legs may not be under me, my eyes will not be able be as good, my brain may stop functioning and eventually, I may regret my life. That’s why, I’m more motivated to get my life to where it needs to be, rather than where others want me to be. Others are always trying to invest their own plans into you, so they live it through you, while they do nothing and you end up hating your life. Im done with all that. Im done hearing how others want me to do things, now it is my time. I may not have long to live but I know for a fact, that this is my life and I am a leader!

I know, I can help change the world and help change people’s lives because Allah Subhana wa t’ala, has blessed me with the ability to help others. I don’t care about a fancy car, I don’t care about lots of money, I don’t care about fame nor being celebrated or praised. I just want to help inspire people. Help change their lives. Help them understand that you are wasting away your life doing things you don’t really want to do. You are wasting away your life chasing money when it doesn’t bring true happiness. If you enjoy doing that, then by all means, you have the freedom to do so. 

I only have one life, so Im going to live it to the best of my abilities and do as I please and do what makes me happy, while doing my best to follow the Qur’an & Sunnah. Im going to take risk and I’m prepared for whatever failures will come with it because that’s life. Nothing is going to be how you planned but how you learn from those failures and continue going will lead you to being successful in whatever it may be. There is no delaying something until next year or next month, there is only time for now because tomorrow is not promised. Each moment is a new moment for me and you to create something that wasn’t there before, by the permission of Allah Subhana wa t’ala. This is my life and I believe my purpose is to help inspire, motivate and change people’s lives. Not because there is something in it for me but because there is so much in you that you fail to see and I want to help you all see that.