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The Most Important Reminders

These are prints of Islamic paintings by Saleha

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Charity

Charity (zakat) is the third pillar of Islam. On the day of judgment, when the sun will be close as a mile away, Allah will give shade to those who gave charity and cared for the poor. The believer's sacrifice in this life will be their protection on the Day of Judgment.
“When a man dies, his good deeds come to an end except three: ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge, and righteous offspring who will pray for him.” -Prophet Muhammad PBUH (Muslim)

 

Rainfall

Water is one of the fundamental themes in the book of Allah. Water is the basis for life. No life can exist without water. "And of His signs is [that] He shows you the lightning [causing] fear and aspiration, and He sends down rain from the sky by which He brings to life the earth after its lifelessness. Indeed in that are signs for a people who use reason." Quran 30:24

 

Mothers Womb

Ar-Rahman originates from the word ar-Rahm, which means the mother's womb. A child in the womb is taken care of in every possible way. A mother will do everything to protect her unborn child. Similarly, Allah loves us and takes care of us far beyond our mother. So "which of the favors of your Lord will you deny?".

 

Sheek Skin

Inspired the story of Ali RA and Fatima RA. Did you know? The only thing they owned was a sheepskin to sleep on. Who would be more deserving of the luxuries of the world if not Fatima RA, the queen of Jannah? But a kingdom that will be taken away at any moment is not a kingdom at all.
The hardships of this world were taking a toll on her body so Ali RA suggested that she ask for help from the Prophet PBUH, after a battle. So she asked her father Prophet Muhammad PBUH if they could have a helper. The Prophet PBUH said, “shall I give you something even better? Say Subhanallah 33 times, Alhumdulillah 33 times, and Allahuakbar 34 times before you sleep”.

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