saladman:

look at the pain in his eyes
I have lost and loved and won and cried myself to the person I am today. Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps  (via thatkindofwoman)

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Eat, drink, wear new clothes and give money for charity without extravagance or miserliness. Allah likes to see the effect of His bounties on His servants

Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

Bihar al Anwar, v70, p207

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… Whenever I felt weak, You bestowed strength on me, whenever I stumbled, You held me, whenever I was sick You cured me, whenever I called You, You answered me…. Be happy with me as You have made me happy… Imam Ali (as), supplicating to Allah [swt] (via hadeiadel)

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A serious girl, when she finds someone who calms her spirit and quiets her busy thoughts, will love you so fiercely, it will defy even her own logic and reasoning. Unknown (via perfect)

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iamzaaz:

Beautifully, captured. Adroon sher, Lahore.
lionofallah:

Oh Allah, ease my tasks for me and set my affairs, Ameen
- www.LionOfAllah.com
halftheskymovement:

In Bangladesh, prostitution is legal, and poor families sometimes sell their girls to the brothels for as little as $200, from as young as nine years of age. In order to mask how young some of the prostitutes are, brothel owners use Oradexon on them, a steroid intended for cattle. Oradexon is highly addictive and deleterious to the girls’ health, but it fattens them up, giving them a more mature, older appearance, which then makes the girls more appealing to the brothels’ customers.
“It is a basic violation of human’s rights to force malnourished, poor underage girls into consuming Oradexon on a daily basis to enhance unnatural physical growth and energy,” Bangladeshi advocate Naila Hussain Chowdhury, founder of Women4Empowerment, says. “The sex trade is using steroids to make young girls physically develop faster and unnaturally. This is a frightening development.”
Learn more via The Daily Beast.