"For the first time after 18 years of marriage, she prepared the worst dinner for her husband. The vegetables were over cooked, meat was burned and salad was too salty.
At the dinner table, her husband kept silent while he was eating.
After that, when she was in kitchen washing dishes he came to her, smile at her and kissed her on her forehead
“why is this kiss for?” she asked him not believing what he did.
“Tonight your cooking reminded me of your cooking in the first days of our marriage! it reminded me of your cooking as a new bride, so I wanted to treat you as if you are a new bride”
This is the good righteous husband who turn the mistakes of his wife to positive sides in their life together, because the best Muslim man is the one who is best to his wife and should make her feel that she is so special to him."
— (via islamicrays)
"I don’t think you miss me. So I won’t tell you I miss you."
— But I do. (via jessielou24)
"وقت بھی لیتا ہے کروٹیں نجانے کیسی کیسی
عمر اتنی تو نہ تھی ، جتنے سبق سیکھ لیئے ہم نے"
waqt bhi leta hai karwatain najanay kaisi kaisi
umr itni to na thi , jitne sabaq seekh liye hum ne
"In marriage, you will win every battle if you fight it together and you will lose every battle if you fight it against each other. In good times and bad, remember that your spouse is always your partner and never your enemy."
"Perhaps this trial wont end until you learn the lesson it was sent to teach you."
(Source: islamic-art-and-quotes, via latte-flower)
"It is said that analysing pleasure, or beauty, destroys it."
— Laura Mulvey - Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema (via sofiapcaldeira)
"Scar tissue has no character. It’s not like skin. It doesn’t show age or illness or pallor or tan. It has no pores, no hair, no wrinkles. It’s like a slip cover. It shields and disguises what’s beneath."
— Susanna Kaysen (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
"Someone is praying for the things you take for granted."
— TheDailyPositive.com (via thedailypozitive)