Why Am I Still Not Married? The Silver Lining of Being Single:

1) There Is Nothing Wrong with You!
-Allah created the beautiful, unique you, and if He decrees it, someone out there will agree to marry you just the way you are.

-So do not despair of Allah’s mercy, and remain positive that someone out there will like you and agree to marry you, in Shaa’ Allah.

-Never let others make you feel that if you are thirty-something and still not married, it is because either there is something wrong with you, or because Allah has decreed for you to forever remain single

2) Divine Wisdom behind Perceived “Delays” in Marriage
-Marriage can take place at any age in life, even at 50 or 60, as Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and many of his companions practically demonstrated.

-It is also a fact that marriage will not happen within the first 2 or 3 decades of life for every one of us. So we should give more leeway and refrain from making blanket, generalized statements about our older, single brothers and sisters.

3) Becoming Mature and Responsible Enough First
-It is not that God is not answering your du’as. Maybe He has already accepted your du’as for marriage with a righteous person, but it will actually happen practically after a few more years, when it is best and easiest for you to enter this sacred union with that person.

- He knows everything about you that even you do not know, which is called ‘the Unseen’, or “ghaib” in Arabic.

4)Da’wah Experience and Acquisition of Knowledge
-Perhaps God wants you to seek more knowledge and engage in more active da’wah work before you settle down in married life. ‪#‎These‬ precious years of your youth will never return, and In Shaa Allah, decades down the road, a more mature and wise you will cherish, like a priceless gem, every year of experience that you acquired in the fields of Islamic knowledge and da’wah before getting married.

5) Better than Early Divorce
-It could be that your being single, which is a painful trial of patience in your eyes, is a blessing in disguise that is acting as a barrier between you and worse calamities and adversities.

6) Increase in Humility
-A delay in marriage increases one’s humility, and makes one more down-to-earth and approachable by others. It also ensures that one constantly keeps turning to Allah in earnest du’as - which is something that Allah loves about His slaves!

7) Blessings Received after Hardship Are Cherished More
The more one waits for, works hard for, and remains patient for acquiring a blessing, the more one cherishes it after one receives it.And by then these precious blessings will be so much more worth the wait!


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Top 10 Tips to become a productive Muslimah! =) MasyaAllah, this is super awesome!! Please do spread this to all your sisters and friends <3 May we all be awesome Muslimah’s Insya Allah!

Doodled by Sister Aneesah Satriya

Productive Muslim

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See, we think that the more we run after this world (dunya)–the more we run after the love of people, and wealth and beauty and status–the more we will have of it. We think that the more intensely we want something, the more likely we are to get it. And when we don’t get it, we become angry—so angry—at God Himself. As though the *intensity* of my wanting, somehow makes me entitled to having.

But the more we drown in this false equation, the more we fail at reaching our goal, and the more we miss the true–but simple–equation of love and life. That equation is clear: The more intensely we want the creation itself, the less likely we are to attain it. If it is love you need, and you seek it from the creation, you will never *truly* get it. Or get enough. Anything of the creation sought for its own sake will evade you.

And will never fill you.

Even happiness itself: The more you run after it, the more it evades you. But if you run to God instead, happiness will run after you. If you run to God instead, the love of people will run after you. If you run to God instead, success will run after you. True success in this life, and the next. If you run to God instead, provision will run after you. This, brothers and sisters, is the secret formula for which tyrants have burned down cities, and kings have searched the world—but never found.

This is the secret. The only formula you need to know.


- Yasmin Mogahed
  • Question: is there any wzifa which we can read when we are disappointed? - Anonymous
  • Answer:


    As’salaamu Alaikum,

    Remember that Allah (SWT) knows best, if you are disappointed, remind yourself that it is because Allah (SWT) has a better plan for you, insha’Allah. :)

    "But perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah Knows, while you know not."

    The Noble Quran | 2:216

    Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi wasallam) said: "How wonderful is the affair of the believer, for all his affairs are good, and this applies to no one except the believer. If something good happens to him, he gives thanks, and that is good for him, and it something bad happens to him, he bears it with patience, and that is good for him.”

    Narrated by Muslim, 2999

    In terms of recitation, please see the following Ayahs from The Noble Quran and duas, insha’Allah:






    I hope that helps insha’Allah, may Allah (SWT) bless you, Ameen. :)

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