Tuesday, July 9, 2013
(Oh Allah! Accept our Duaa supplication))
Bismillah: Imagine if someone made this DUA for you…
Rabbi ja'alnī laka shakkāra, laka dhakkāra, laka rahhāba, laka miṭwā'a, laka mukhbitan, ilayka awwāhan munība
"O my Lord, make me deeply grateful to You, constantly remembering You, in great fear and awe of You, devoted to Your Obedience, humble, penitent and ever-turning to You in repentance". [Ahmed, Abu Dawud & Ibn Majah]
subhan Allah, may Allah accept this dua from us
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
I swear by whom my soul is in his hand, you will not enter Paradise until you believe, and you will not believe until you love each other. Do you want me to guide you to something which if you practice, you will love each other? Spread greeting with peace among of you." (Bukhari)
O My Generous Allah, will You grant our heart the love for salam?
When the dwellers of Paradise enter Paradise, an announcer will call: (you have a promise from Allah that) you will live therein and you will never die; you will stay healthy therein and you will never fall ill; you will stay young and you will never become old; you will be under a constant bliss and you will never feel miserable. (Muslim)
Aboo Nu`aim reports some sayings of Mu`aadh himself about the excellence of knowledge, among which we find the following:
“Knowledge is a comforting friend in times of loneliness, it is the best companion during travels, and it is the inner friend who speaks to you in your privacy. Knowledge is the discerning proof of what is right and what is wrong, and it is the positive force that will help you surmount the trials of comfort, as well as those of hardships. Knowledge is your most powerful sword against your enemy, and finally, it is your most dignifying raiment in the company of your close companions.”
“Through knowledge, Allah, blessed be His Name, raises some people in rank, and He makes them leaders in righteousness and models in morality. The vestige of their faith is avidly sought, their deeds are emulated perceptively, and people will seek and sanction their opinions solicitously and unequivocally. The heavenly angels seek their company and anoint them with their wings, every fresh or withered life they pass by implore Almighty Allah to forgive them their sins, even the fish in the oceans, the beasts of the lands and every bird of prey and migratory bird pray and solicit the mercy of Almighty Allah on their behalf. This is because knowledge revives the dead hearts and drives them out of darkness into light, and because knowledge is the light of the inner eyes that cures one’s blindness and restores his inner sight.”
Saturday, August 14, 2010
The truth is to negate everything and to worship Allah alone
All these we are already aware of. isnt it?
But the negation of the self????
We often take ourselves for something, the titles, etc...
The moment you feel you are something in front of Allah, and that you can do things by yourself without the assistance of Allah, then Allah leaves you alone and see what you really can do...
You are left alone with your ego...you struggle and struggle but you cannot succeed...
Remember: we are the servants of Allah [Abd-Allah]. We are nothing...really nothing.
We depend upon Allah for everything. Please reflect upon it. dont let your ego tell you this and that. Reflect. You have been given the most powerful gift: the faculty of reason. Use it to understand the secrets of this world
You are nothing in front of Allah. So be humble...success lies in this humility insha Allah