20+ Quotes by Yasmin Mogahed

Yasmin Mogahed born in 1980, Egypt is an American author and writer. She is author of the bestseller book Reclaim Your Heart. She has said many motivational and inspirational life quotes.I am mentioning here some quotes of Yasmin Mogahed. Please read quotes and if you find quotes interesting then don’t forget to share on social sites .

“Beware of what you let enter in your heart. There will come a day when you’d give anything to remove it.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“Train your heart not to be deceived by the surface of things.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“You’re going to meet people who will neither appreciate what you give them, nor will they give back. Keep giving anyway.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“If you think you’re too far from Allah to return, and your ‘past’ continues to own you, just remember that Malik ibn Dinar (RA) was an alcoholic, and Omar (RA) was on his way to assassinate the Prophet (Peace Be upon hm) before they became two of the greatest souls to walk the earth! “- Yasmin Mogahed

“Let your sorrows soften and humble you.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“If God has gifted you with a righteous heart, don’t be arrogant. Be grateful because the greatest gift of this life is a righteous heart.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“Be careful. Not everyone deserves access to your heart. One wrong visitor can destroy the place.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“The Dependency on anything other than Allah will keep you always weak.” -Yasmin Mogahed

“Sometimes pain teaches what pleasure never could.” – Yasmin Mogahed

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“I am always shocked to discover how many people believe that hardships are a punishment from God! When people face tests or see others facing tests, they assume Allah must be angry with them. SubhanAllah! Remember which people were tested the most: The Prophets! And they(Peace Be Upon them all) were the closest to Allah. Every hardship is good for you-if it brings you closer to Him!.” – Ustadha Yasmin Mogahed

“If you think you are too far from Allah to return, and your ‘past’ continues to own you, just remember that Malik ibn Dinar(RA) was an alcoholic and Omar(RA) was on his way to assassinate the Prophet Muhammad(Peace Be Upon Him) before they became two greatest souls to walk the earth.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“Sometimes the reason we can’t forgive is that we don’t see our own flaws. We spend our lives holding onto the wrongs others have done to us; but we don’t see all the wrongs we have also done to people. No one is perfect. And we are all in desperate need of forgiveness–from God and from the people.Forgive. So that you too may be forgiven.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“We are not a people of despair. We are a people of hope and redemption and transformation. The wind will always come. Fall in prostration during the storm and you will be safe. Like all things of this world, it will pass. Healing will come. Change will come. Victory will come.It always does.

“Apologize for what you’ve done.Stop apologizing for who you are.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“But, once in a while, people enter your life that you love—not for what they give you—but for what they are. The beauty you see in them is a reflection of the Creator, so you love them. Now suddenly it isn’t about what you’re getting, but rather what you can give. This is unselfish love. This second type of love is the most rare.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“Sometimes the best way to make peace with your past is to let it go.”- Yasmin Mogahed

“Sometimes people settle for what isn’t good for them, out of despair. But if your hope is in Allah, you will never despair.”- Yasmin Mogahed

“Nothing is difficult If you seek it through your Lord, and nothing is easy if you seek it through yourself.”- Yasmin Mogahed

“When you go to a doctor, you trust your affairs to him completely–even when you don’t understand the treatment. Even when it hurts. Even when it hurts a lot. You trust him because you know he is curing you. Our hearts are full of spiritual diseases and Allah wants to cure us. But we don’t trust the treatment.”- Yasmin Mogahed

“You refuse to forgive people, and yet on the day of judgment you will stand bare, begging Allah to forgive you.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“If you allow Dunya to own your heart, like the ocean that owns the boat, it will take over. You will sink down to the depths of the sea. You will touch the ocean floor.”- Yasmin Mogahed

“Your heart is scared land. Don’t let just anything enter it. Guard it with your life.”- Yasmin Mogahed

“How could you feel worthless when God has honoured you by creating you and choosing you to be with Him, in this life and the next? You are worthy. You are worthy of love. You are worthy of respect. You haven’t failed. You’re beautiful. Only the beautiful can see beauty. Never doubt your beauty. Never doubt your worth. It’s not about how much you make, your grades, what people say or think. It’s about you and God. It’s about your heart. The blinding beauty of your heart.”- Yasmin Mogahed

“We get so scared sometimes. Afraid of all that can go wrong. All that can be lost. But in our debilitating fear, we lose focus. We see the sickness, but not the cure. The storm, but not the shelter. Yes, there are armies and Red Seas. Yes, there are flames. But remember, the sickness, the storm, the fire, the armies and the Sea, are all creations in the hands of the Sovereign. He saved Ayyoub (AS) from the sickness, Nuh (AS) from the storm, Musa (AS) from the armies and the Sea, Ibrahim (AS) from the flames. It wasn’t that they didn’t face these hardships. They did. They were surrounded by them. But Allah kept them safe, even while in the belly of the calamity. Our focus is wrong. We fear the storm, because we don’t see the Shelter. We fear the Red Sea, because we don’t see the One who can split it in two. It is not the storm we should fear–but the distance from Shelter.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“We often wonder why God gives and takes, constricts and expands. What we forget is that human beings understand things by their opposites. Without dark, we can’t understand light. Without hardship, we wouldn’t *experience* ease. Without the existence of deprivation and loss, we couldn’t grasp the need for gratitude or the virtue of patience. And without separation, we wouldn’t taste the sweetness of reunion. Glory be to the one who gives—even when He takes.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“Dear Allah(God), I ask You to remake my heart. I ask You to remove from it all that You do not love, and fill it with all that You love. I ask You to penetrate the deepest recesses of my heart with Your love and Your Light so that I may walk this path back to You and finish the journey in Your nearness. I ask You to transform every wound and every scar I’ve gotten along the way into an opening for Light to enter, beautify, soften and guide my heart.” – Yasmin Mogahed

“True love allows you to be at peace with yourself and with God. That is why Allah says: “That you may dwell in tranquility.” –Yasmin Mogahed

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