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If and when you’re tempted to speak about someone else’s fault, speak of yours first. Whatever fault you’ve identified in a person, probably goes to show that the fault is also present in yourself!— Mufti Ismail Menk (@muftimenk) January 12, 2018
Jangan jadi orang yang cerdik tetapi tidak berakhlak, sebab akhirnya MUNGKIN akan menjadi penipu.— Tarbiah Sentap (@tarbiahsentap) January 12, 2018
Dan jangan pula jadi org yang tidak cerdik namun berakhlak, sebab akhirnya MUNGKIN akan selalu KENA tipu.
kesimpulannya, jadilah orang cerdik yang berakhlak mulia. :)
Alangkah sombong manusia kepada Allah...— Tarbiah Sentap (@tarbiahsentap) January 12, 2018
Mengharap pertolongan tetapi tidak mahu meminta kepada-Nya.
Meminta kebaikan tetapi tidak mahu mendekati-Nya.
Mendambakan nikmat tetapi tidak mahu bersyukur kepada-Nya.
Apabila nak marah, paksalah untuk senyum. Apabila dah senyum, apa lagi yang nak marah.— Tarbiah Sentap (@tarbiahsentap) January 12, 2018
Why would people from Norway want to immigrate here? They have actual health care, and longer life expectancy.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) January 11, 2018
Trump's guide to diversity— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) January 11, 2018
Africa: Array of shithole countries
Haitians: Have AIDS
Nigerians: Live in huts
Puerto Ricans: Lazy
Black Americans: Ingrates
Mexicans: Criminals and rapists
Muslims: Evil terrorists
Women: Treat them like shit
White supremacists: VERY FINE PEOPLE
All the prayers you’ve been making, the dreams you’ve been wanting so badly, trust the Almighty because He has got it under control. He is going to ensure that things fall into place. He is going to make things happen that you could never have done on your own.— Mufti Ismail Menk (@muftimenk) January 11, 2018
House votes 256-164 to expand Trump's warrantless surveillance powers for the next six years. The vote to reform warrantless searches of Americans' phone calls and e-mails failed, needing the support of 26 more. Dems could have swung it, but 55 of them voted with the Trump camp.— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) January 11, 2018
Aku tahu.— teme Abdullah (@itsteme) January 11, 2018
Kdg2 kau rasa kau dah usaha gila2, tapi result mcm tak setimpal kan?
Allah itu adil, percayalah,
Kalau Allah tak jelmakan rezeki pada result yg cemerlang, Allah akan bagi dlm bentuk lain.
Rezeki takkan lari.
Kau jaga urusan dgn Allah, Allah jaga urusan kau dgn dunia.
Doalah, sebab sifat Allah tu Maha Mendengar.— Mato. (@budaktomato) January 11, 2018
If you’re constantly edgy, always complaining about the slightest thing, low on tolerance and upset with people around you, be wary. These are signs of weak faith. Patience and tolerance are the hallmarks of a believer.— Mufti Ismail Menk (@muftimenk) January 11, 2018
There are still good people in the world. Don’t lose your faith in humanity just because a few people let you down. If a good person like you exists, then other good people exist.— Najwa Zebian (@najwazebian) January 11, 2018
Life is such that there’ll be happiness and sadness. Keep moving even when things are not going your way, even when you’re hurting; because you’ll never know what is waiting for you round the corner. The Almighty works His miracles in the most unexpected ways!— Mufti Ismail Menk (@muftimenk) January 11, 2018
Here's how the map of the United States has changed in 200 years pic.twitter.com/mkulrAUUDS— Business Insider (@businessinsider) January 10, 2018
It's important to know when to let go. Sometimes things, situations or people don’t serve any meaningful purpose anymore. It’s the Almighty’s way of telling you it’s time for the next phase. Read the signs and move on.— Mufti Ismail Menk (@muftimenk) January 10, 2018