If you regret some of the decisions you made in the past,
don’t be so hard on yourself.
At that time, you did your best with the knowledge that you had.
At that time, you did your best with the experience that you had.
Some of your decisions might have been coping skills and a time when you didn’t know what you know today.
If you were to make those decisions with the wisdom you have now, you would choose differently.
So give yourself a break and forgive yourself.
Time and experience has a wonderful way
to make us realize that we prosper,
grow and learn to make better choices today,
for ourselves and those we care for.
Brigitte Nicole (via liquid-diamonds-flowing)


{ إِنَّ الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ إِنَّا لَا نُضِيعُ أَجْرَ مَنْ أَحْسَنَ عَمَلًا }

Indeed, those who have believed and done righteous deeds - indeed, We will not allow to be lost the reward of any who did well in deeds.

Surat Al-Kahf [18:30]

For the first time after 18 years of marriage, she prepared the worst dinner for her husband. The vegetables were over cooked, meat was burned and salad was too salty.
At the dinner table, her husband kept silent while he was eating.
After that, when she was in kitchen washing dishes he came to her, smile at her and kissed her on her forehead
“why is this kiss for?” she asked him not believing what he did.
“Tonight your cooking reminded me of your cooking in the first days of our marriage! it reminded me of your cooking as a new bride, so I wanted to treat you as if you are a new bride”
This is the good righteous husband who turn the mistakes of his wife to positive sides in their life together, because the best Muslim man is the one who is best to his wife and should make her feel that she is so special to him.