I am feeling Angry


أَعُوْذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيْطَانِ الرَّجِيْمِ

Aʿūdhu bi-llāhi mina-sh-Shayṭāni-r-rajīm.

” I seek protection in Allah from the rejected Shayṭān.”

Allah says: “When you recite the Quran, seek refuge with Allah from rejected Shayṭān.” (Quran 16:98)


رَبِّ أَعُوْذُ بِكَ مِنْ هَمَزَاتِ الشَّيَاطِيْنِ ، وَأَعُوذُ بِكَ رَبِّ أَنْ يَّحْضُرُوْنِ

Rabbi aʿūdhu bika min hamazāti-sh-shayāṭīn. Wa aʿūdhu bika Rabbi ay-yaḥḍurūn.

” My Lord, I seek protection with You from the promptings of the devils; and I seek protection in You, my Lord, from their coming near me. (23:97-98).”


اَللّٰهُمَّ رَبَّ مُحَمَّدٍ اغْفِرْ لِيْ ذَنْبِيْ ، وَأَذْهِبْ غَيْظَ قَلْبِيْ ، وَأَعِذْنِيْ مِنْ مُضِلَّاتِ الْفِتَنِ

Allāhumma Rabba Muḥammad, ighfir lī dhambī, wa adh-hib ghayẓa qalbī, wa aʿidhnī min muḍillāti-l-fitan.

” O Allah, Lord of Muḥammad forgive my sins, remove the anger of my heart and protect me from misleading trials.”

Muhammad b. Abī Bakr (raḥimahullāh) narrates that when ʿĀ’isha (raḍiy Allāhu ‘anhā) would become angry, the Messenger of Allah ﷺ would stroke her nose and then say (to her): “O ʿUwaysh! Say: [the above].” (Ibn al-Sunnī 456)


اَللّٰهُمَّ بِعِلْمِكَ الْغَيْبَ ، وَقُدْرَتِكَ عَلَى الْخَلْقِ ، أَحْيِنِيْ مَا عَلِمْتَ الْحَيَاةَ خَيْرًا لِّيْ ، وَتَوَفَّنِيْ إِذَا عَلِمْتَ الْوَفَاةَ خَيْرًا لِّيْ ، اَللّٰهُمَّ وَأَسْأَلُكَ خَشْيَتَكَ فِي الْغَيْبِ وَالشَّهَادَةِ ، وَأَسْأَلُكَ كَلِمَةَ الْحَقِّ فِي الرِّضَا وَالْغَضَبِ ، وَأَسْأَلُكَ الْقَصْدَ فِي الْفَقْرِ وَالْغِنَىٰ ، وَأَسْأَلُكَ نَعِيْمًا لَّا يَنْفَدُ ، وَأَسْأَلُكَ قُرَّةَ عَيْنٍ لَّا تَنْقَطِعُ ، وَأَسْأَلُكَ الرِّضَا بَعْدَ الْقَضَاءِ ، وَأَسْأَلُكَ بَرْدَ الْعَيْشِ بَعْدَ الْمَوْتِ ، وَأَسْأَلُكَ لَذَّةَ النَّظَرِ إِلَىٰ وَجْهِكَ ، وَالشَّوْقَ إِلَىٰ لِقَائِكَ ، فِيْ غَيْرِ ضَرَّاءَ مُضِرَّةٍ ، وَلَا فِتْنَةٍ مُّضِلَّةٍ ، اَللّٰهُمَّ زَيِّنَّا بِزِيْنَةِ الْإِيْمَانِ ، وَاجْعَلْنَا هُدَاةً مُّهْتَدِيْنَ

Allāhumma bi-ʿilmika-l-ghayb, wa qudratika ʿala-l-khalq, aḥyinī mā ʿalimta-l-ḥayāta khayra-l-lī, wa tawaffanī idhā ʿalimta-l-wafāta khayra-l-lī, Allāhumma wa as’aluka khashyataka fi-l-ghaybi wa-sh-shahādah, wa as’aluka kalimata-l-ḥaqqi fi-r-riḍā wa-l-ghaḍab, wa as’aluka-l-qaṣda fi-l-faqr wa-l-ghinā, wa as’aluka naʿīma-l-lā yanfad, wa as’aluka qurrata ʿayni-l-lā tanqaṭiʿ, wa as’aluka-r-riḍā baʿda-l-qaḍā, wa as’aluka barda-l-ʿayshi baʿda-l-mawt, wa as’aluka ladh-dhata-n-naẓari ilā wajhik, wa-sh-shawqa ilā liqā’ik, fī ghayri ḍarrā’a muḍirrah, wa lā fitnati-m-muḍillah, Allāhumma zayyinnā bi-zīnati-l-īmān, wa-jʿalnā hudāta-m-muhtadīn.

“O Allah, with Your knowledge of the unseen and Your absolute power over the creation, let me live in this world as long as You know my living is good for me; and give me death when You know death is better for me. O Allah, I ask You for Your fear in private and in public, and for the word of truth in times of joy and anger. I ask You for moderation in poverty and in wealth. I ask You for endless blessings and perpetual delights. I ask You to make me pleased with destiny; for a cool and comfortable life after death; for the pleasure of seeing Your Face; and for the longing to meet You, without any painful ordeals and tribulations that misguide. O Allah, adorn us with the beauty of faith, and make us those who guide others and are guided themselves.”

ʿAtā b. As-Sā’ib narrated that his father said: “ʿAmmār b. Yāsir (raḍiy Allāhu ‘anhu) led us in prayer and he made it brief. Some of the people said to him: ‘You made the prayer short (or brief).’ He said: ‘Nevertheless I still recited supplications that I heard from the Messenger of Allah ﷺ.’ When he got up and left, a man- he was my father but he did not name himself- followed him and asked him about that supplication, then he came and told the people [the above].” (Nasā’ī 1305)


  1. ID ABDULLAHIsays:

    What I saw is amazing!
    Issues of whatever kind and dimensions have solutions.
    May Allah reward you for this wonderful work!

  2. Superb collection

    This work reminds me that law of attraction exists !!!!
    Was in search of such for dealing with emotions n exoressions

    1. Assalaamu Allaykum alhamdulillah our Deen is so perfectly portrayed by our master Nabi Muhammad s.a.w, we need to always be grateful. JazaakAllah

    1. Ololade Momodusays:

      Ma Shaa Allah. This is a great body of work. Calming to know it’s handy and within reach at any time. What’s more we can share it with family and ummah.
      I pray this shall be counted and remain as your own Sadaqatul Jariya. An intercession for you when the day comes. Bless you.

  3. This is really very helpful
    May Allah reward you all
    Nothing like these reminders at the time of different situations…better than going to councillors and get mislead

  4. Salam alaikom, I would like to highlight that there is a mistype in the dua of number 3. It says in the non-arabic readers section “dambi” instead of “danbi”. Danbi is from the word danb and donoob, which means sin and sins.

  5. Ololade Momodusays:

    Ma Shaa Allah. This is a great body of work. Calming to know it’s handy and within reach at any time. What’s more we can share it with family and ummah.
    I pray this shall be counted and remain as your own Sadaqatul Jariya. An intercession for you when the day comes. Bless you.

  6. It is an excellent work compiling all details with captions. Masa Allah. May Allah bless you for this noble cause with a very good health in this Dunya and the highest reward (Ajar) in the Ahira Aameen.

  7. As selamun aleykum wa rahmetulahi wa barakatuh, Barakallahu feek! Jazakallah khair! Möge Allah uns annehmen und mit und zufrieden sein, allahumma amin.

  8. Muhammad Ajmal khansays:

    A great job / contribution towards Islamic teachings n expressions that correlate human behaviours in different state of mind

  9. Very beautiful site and idea is very innovative one seeks refuge in all feelings in Hadiyat and it appears to be an answer from Almighty in the form of a verse jazakAllah khaair

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