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User Image one.rad Posted: Feb 20, 2018 10:26 PM (UTC)

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#RD1♔ لا بأس ، أحياناً نحتاج للانكسار وللوقوع ، كي نتعلم لغة الوقوف ونشعر بروعة الإنتصار ... #Photographie #Ménara #Marrakech #Confiant #Optimiste #Alhamdolillah
User Image allahmademe Posted: Feb 20, 2018 8:51 AM (UTC)

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User Image allahmademe Posted: Feb 20, 2018 8:51 AM (UTC)

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User Image ghizlane.talbi Posted: Feb 20, 2018 5:43 AM (UTC)

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Grateful for the little glimpses on tough days.. #motherhood #alhamdolillah #blessed
User Image allahmademe Posted: Feb 17, 2018 6:49 AM (UTC)

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Sometimes if feels as though our addiction is endless. We see no way out of this downward spiral of destruction. People say “Are you ever going to change?” and part of us does not believe that we can. Sinfulness takes us to places of despair that make us feel hopeless. One of the questions our doctor will ask when diagnosing depression is “How hopeful to you feel?”. Addiction makes us feel pretty hopeless and faithless in Allah.
If we want to get out of this negative thinking we need to try to increase our hope in Allah and realise that our addiction might seem massively overpowering but it is nothing compared to how Compelling Allah is!
Allah is The All-Mighty, Supreme, All-Powerful. Trust in Him!

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