When correcting the mistakes of others, it is essential that one’s intention be to earn the pleasure of Allaah, not to demonstrate one’s superiority or to vent one’s anger or to impress others.
"Don’t judge me!" is often used by those who do not want to be told when they are wrong yet the correction has nothing to do with judging.
We ignored truths for temporary happiness.
Indeed righteousness illuminates the heart, radiates the face, strengthens the body, increases provision, and produces a love in the hearts of the creation for that person. Whereas sinfulness darkens the heart, grays the face, weakens the body, and produces hatred in the hearts of the creation for that person.
Whosoever does a good deed, it is for his ownself, and whosoever does evil, it is against (his ownself). Then to your Lord you will be made to return
Surat Al-Jathiyah verse 15
Muhsin Khan Translation
Sufficient is He as a witness, Sufficient is He as an ally,
Sufficient is He as a helper.
Nobody will understand you more than Allah. Nobody will see everything inside you the way Allah does. Nobody can help you the way Allah can. No reward can compare to that which Allah can give.
It’s because Allah loves you, He appreciates all that you do, and He understands, that He is willing to give you Jannah :)
Allahu Akbar, Truly He is Ash-Shakur (The Appreciative) ❤
Whoever loves Abu Bakr has established the religion; whoever loves Umar has clarified the path; whoever loves Uthman has been illuminated by the light of Allah The Exalted and whoever loves Ali, then he has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that will never break. And whoever speaks well concerning the Companions of Muhammad (saw) has removed the yoke of hypocrisy from his neck.