Translating my heart

If being a Sunni is loving Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) then Imam Ali (a.s.) was the biggest Sunni and if being a Shia is loving Imam Ali (a.s.) then our beloved Prophet (pbuh) was the biggest shia.


If you think about it, we’re all “Ramadan Muslims.” Each of us is trying to come closer to Allah more than usual, this month. Don’t hate.

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if i was famous id probably just ask my fans to buy me food when im hungry 

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if i sigh loudly enough will all of my problems go away 

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dont ask me about 2009

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I’m slowly unlearning how to english

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*plans life around having a rich significant other*

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damn, i just got SERVED. by my waitress. this restaurant is excellent.

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Had my Shias known the extent of my love for them, they would have died yearning for me. -Imam Sahibal Zaman Muhammad al Mahdi (ajtfs)




Right on point! Love this.

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Heartbreak from the pain of your homeland is a kind of physical and emotional ache no words to ever exist can describe

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I’m trying to get back to my original weight of 6 pounds and 11 ounces

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Pray when it hurts. When you are so down on your luck and you want someone to turn to. Pray when you are happy. When you finally got all that you wanted and even more. Pray when you are lost and confused. When you have no idea what’s right or wrong. Pray to fill in the spaces, the gaps. Pray constantly and fervently in search of peace of mind and stability.  

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“When Rasulallah fosters you, can you become number four?”

—   Sayed Ammar Nakshawani about lmam Ali (as)

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