Hijab için arşiv

Risk by Janet Rand . . .

Posted in SEMRA'NIN DÜNYASI & SEMRA'S WORLD !, The articles in English & stories, Şiirler & poetry with tags , on 10/01/2018 by Semra Polat

To laugh is to risk appearing the fool.
To weep is to risk appearing sentimental.
To reach out to another is to risk involvement.
To expose feelings is to risk exposing your true self.
To place your dreams, ideas before a crowd is to risk their loss.
To love is risk not being loved in return.
To live is to risk dying.
To hope is to risk despair.
To try is to risk failure.

But risks must be taken, because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.
The person who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, and is nothing.
They may avoid suffering and sorrow, but they cannot learn, feel, change, grow, love, live.
Chained by their certitudes, they are a slave: they have forfeited their freedom.

Only a person who risks is truly free.

Gülmek; aptal gibi görünme riskini göze almaktır.
Ağlamak; duygusal görünme riskini göze almaktır.
Birine yakınlaşmak; kendini kaptırma riskini göze almaktır.
Duygularını açmak; kendini ortaya koyma riskini göze almaktır.
Hayalleri ve düşünceleri sergilemek ise; Onları başkalarına kaptırma riskini göze almaktır.
Sevmek; karşılık görememe riskini göze almaktır.
Yaşamak, ölme riskini göze almaktır.
Umut etmek; hayal kırıklığına uğrama riskini göze almaktır.
Çabalamak ise; başarısız olma riskini göze almaktır.

Ama riskler yaşanmalıdır.
Çünkü hayatımızın en büyük riski, hiç risk almamaktır.
Hiç risk almayan kişi, belki acı ve üzüntülerden korunabilir; Ama Büyüyemez, sevemez, değişemez, hissedemez, öğrenemez.
Garanti arayışlarıyla zincirlenmiş bir köle olarak yaşarken, bedelini; özgürlüğünü kaybederek öder.
Sadece; riski göze alabilen kişi hürdür.

I look into your eyes and see the universe not yet born.. &.. Gözlerinin içine bakıyorum ve henüz doğmamış kainatı görüyorum. – Rumi

Posted in Allah (Jalla Jalaluhu), AŞK, HAYAT, Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi, The articles in English & stories, Şiirler & poetry, İNŞİRAH, İSLAM, İSTANBUL with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 28/03/2017 by Semra Polat



I once had a thousand desires. But in my one desire to know you all else melted away.

Bir zamanlar binlerce arzum vardı. Ama bunlardan sadece biri olan , seni bilmek arzumda, hepsi eridi gitti.

― Mawlana Jalaluddin Rumi

Modesty is part of faith and faith is in Paradise…/…Hayâ imandandır ve İman sahibi cennettedir…/…Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him ♥

Posted in KADIN VE AİLE, SEMRA'NIN DÜNYASI & SEMRA'S WORLD !, The articles in English & stories, İNŞİRAH, İSLAM with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 16/11/2015 by Semra Polat

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“In hijab I felt myself different. I felt myself purified and protected. I felt the company of Allah. As a foreigner, I felt sometimes uneasy in a public place, stared by men. With hijab, I was not seen. I found that the hijab sheltered me from such impolite stares. I was also very happy and proud in hijab which is not only the sign of my obedience to Allah but also the manifestation of my faith…besides, the hijab helps us to recognize each other and to share the feeling of sisterhoods. The hijab has also the advantage of reminding the people around me that God exists and reminding me of being with God. It tells me: “be careful. You should conduct yourself as a Muslim” As a policeman becomes more conscious of his profession in his uniform, I had a stronger feeling of being Muslim with hijab.

Soon, I started to put the hijab before my going out from the house whenever I went to the Mosque. It was a spontaneous and voluntary act and no body forced me to do so….

…For me…it was a trial to live in a small town in Japan, isolated completely from Muslims, But such isolation helped me to intensify my consciousness of being a Muslim. As Islam prohibits the women to disclose the body and to wear clothes which accentuate the body line, I had to abandon many of my clothes such as mini-skirts and half-sleeve blouses. Besides, the Western style fashion does not match with the hijab. I decided, therefore, to make a dress by myself. I asked a friend of mine who knew dress-making to help me, and in two weeks I made a dress with a “pantaloon” after the model of a “Pakistani dress”. I did not mind people looking at my strange “fashion”.“

-Sister Khula, a Japanese convert/revert to Islam

Dear Muslimah (Muslim women)….Sevgili Müslüman Bayan …

Posted in Allah (Jalla Jalaluhu), SEMRA'NIN DÜNYASI & SEMRA'S WORLD !, The articles in English & stories with tags , , , on 15/10/2015 by Semra Polat

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Modesty is a woman’s best weapon!

Be like a diamond, precious and rare, not like a stone found every where.

Every precious thing is covered! A woman modestly dressed is like a pearl in its shell.

You may not be a fairy tale princess, but you are always a princess of Islam.

Your value as a women is not measured by the size of your waist or the number of men
who like you.

Your worth as a human being is measured on a higher scale of righteousness and piety.

Hijab includes the way you walk, talk, look, and think — all of it should be done modestly.

The sun doesn’t lose its beauty when its covered by the clouds, the same way your beauty doesn’t fade when you are wearing a hijab.

Your purpose in life despite what the fashion magazines say is something more sublime than just looking good for men.

Your beauty is for your man (husband), not for the mankind.

Even though a man is responsible for his gaze, you are responsible for what you give him to gaze at, so guard your modesty.

Hijab with a bad attitude isn’t hijab. Hijab with tight clothes on isn’t hijab.
Hijab with layers of makeup isn’t hijab. Hijab is beautiful, so make it look beautiful.
Wear it with love, wear it with pride, and most of all wear it Right.

The nobel prize winner Tawakkul Kamran from Yemen, when asked about her hijab by journalists and how it is not proportionate with her intellect and education, she replied: “Man in the early times was almost naked, and as his intellect evolved he started wearing clothes. What I am today and what I am wearing represents the highest level of thought and civilization that man has achieved, and is not regressive. It’s the removal of clothes again that is regressive back to ancient times.”


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