I'm 18, a proud Muslim, Shia of the Ahlulbayt (AS). I live in the United Arab Emirates. I'm studying BSc. in Applied Physics at the University of Sharjah.
A for apple
B for bara apple
C for chota apple
D for do apple
E for ek apple
G for ganda apple
H for hogaya na pait kharab khaa k itne sare apple
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan (via heartheraindrops-fall)
Why do we think Imam Ali (as) is a perfect human being?
Because he felt society’s pain, and his ‘I’ had become ‘we’. His personality attracted all others. He was not an individual separated from others. He was a limb or an organ of a whole body. He himself said that a pain in one part of society, as in a body, made itself felt in the other parts, one of which was himself…
….[Imam Ali] describes his own life and says that he felt other people’s pain more than his own, and their pain prevented him from feeling his own. His words show that he was a truly learned and wise sage. Yet the reason why we honor him so deeply is not only because of his wide knowledge, but because he was human.
Shaheed Mutahhari (r)
[excerpt from Ch.2 of Shaheed Motahhari’s: The Perfect Man] (via thelamentingsoul)
nikle badan se teer to inko na ho khabar,
ye bhi hai namaz ki hai hifazat namaz mein,
maidan-e-jang mein koi kab paa saka inhein,
hai isliye to inki shahadat namaz mein