Because we have the most beautiful hijabis, we will start with an awesome #giveaway with collaboration with @indianhijabigirl !😍 Rules to enter the competition:
1- follow our page @hana.hijab.collection & @indianhijabigirl
2- Tag 5 friends and invite them to follow our page & @indianhijabigirl
3- Like the post
4- Repost & tag us @hana.hijab.collection & @indianhijabigirl
5- Post the picture on your story & tag us @hana.hijab.collection , @indianhijabigirl
The winner will be announced on June 25th 2018 and will get a Hijab from our Pearl Collection.
The giveaway will be shipped to her place.
Good luck hijabis💕
The thing we always seem to forget is when Allah says, “Call upon Me; I will respond to you." (40:60) it doesn’t necessarily mean our prayers will be answered how WE want them to. People often say cliche things like, “In time God will give you everything you want. Be patient.” But time doesn’t have power over anything. Time cannot change your destiny. Another problem with a statement like this is that it implies that fulfilling our desires and wants is the purpose of our existence. We often times fall into the trap of treating this world like its paradise. Remember that the Qur’an states very clearly that we were created to know, love and worship Allah, not to get everything we think we deserve or want. We may want to have kids, but Allah may have a different plan for us. It doesn’t mean we can’t pray for children or a spouse or the job we want, but patience is not waiting for what you want it is taking the time to surrender our will into the will of God. The whole path of Islam is about surrender. It is about surrendering the pictures we have over what kind of life we want in exchange for what God has written for us. To be Muslim
is to be flexible to the breeze of the Divine Decree. This is usually when people say, “Aha! But prayer (dua) can change destiny.” That is true, but again who said that change would be towards what YOU imagined or what YOU wanted. I think one of the things we often forget is that God is doing us a favor when we answers our prayers based on His infinite knowledge instead of based on our extremely flawed and over emotional misperceived vision of reality. The Qur’an says, we want the rewards of this world, but Allah wants the eternal rewards of a forever world for us. Most times, if not every time, I have ever heard anyone say, “God does not answer my prayers” it is because they assume God answering means them getting what they want. God always answers you, but sometimes the answer is a “no” or a “not yet” when you wanted a “yes.” For everyone who feels that God does not see them or hear them I urge you to consider the following: When people read verse 40:60 they often think that when we call on God THEN He responds. That can’t be 👇