A word about love...

"Hubb" is the Arabic word for love and it is made up of the letters Ha (ح) and Ba (ب).

...To recognize the beauty of the Arabic language, when one says Hubb, the Ha comes from deep inside the throat which almost chokes you (as love does) and when you end the word with Ba, the lips come together as if it were a kiss.

According to the book “Garden of the Lovers by Imam Ibn Qayyim (Rahimahullah), “Love is the divine endowment unto humanity, a serum of the soul's passion and the niche of the heart's innermost light. It is what flows with ease and sets at the scene of a long-winded aspiration, remaining in the deepest streams of life.

Love is the divine endowment unto humanity, a serum of the soul’s passion and the niche of the heart’s innermost light.

"Like a first breath, it comes with cherished sacredness and does not cease until death overcomes life. And though sometimes heavy on the tongue and rigid to handle with the bare hands, it dominates the subconscious of every creature.”

You can find this beautiful love story in its entirety here.