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    Worldly Life..So Insignificant !!

    As-Salaam alaikum, The Noble Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:-- "The life of this world compared to the Hereafter is as if one of you were to put his finger in the ocean and take it out again; then compare the water that remains on his finger to the water that remains in the ocean." [Sahih Muslim]. Do we need to say more, other than resolve to work hard for life in the Hereafter....while hoping for Allah's Guidance and Assistance all the way...... Best Regards.
  2. As-Salaam alaikum, In Islam, virtuous deeds... good deeds always carry blessings or baraka that benefit the one who performs such deeds. In his book titled: 'The Sharhus Sudoor (Analysing Condition of the Deceased and Graves)', Imam Jalaluddeen Suyuti, may Allah be Merciful to him, informed us that Abu Bukra, may Allah be pleased with him, says:- "When the time of a person's death nears, Malak ul Maut is commanded to smell his head and after smelling his head, he says, 'I am receiving the fragrance of the Qur'an from his head.' It is then said, 'Smell his heart. He says, 'His heart contains the fragrance of fasting.' It is then said to him, 'Smell his feet.' He says, 'The fragrance of qiyaam (standing in Ibadaat) is evident in his feet.' It is then said, 'he has protected his soul (himself), and so Allah has protected him.' Dawud Ibn Hind, may Allah be pleased with him, reported a narration wherein he mentioned, 'I was afflicted by plague and due to this I became unconscious. When I regained consciousness, 2 Angels appeared to me. One said to the other, 'What do you sense?' He said, 'Tasbeeh, Takbeer, Walking towards Masjid and some recitation of the Qur'an.'
  3. As-Salaam alaikum, Sayyadi Sa'ad Ibn Abi Waqqas, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that the Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:--- "Should I tell you what 'Ism e Azam is? The Ism e Azam is the Du'a of Yunus, alaihi-s-Salaam: LA ILAHA ILLA ANTA, SUBHANAKA, INNI KUNTU MINAZZALIMEEN (There is none worthy of worship except You, Undoubtedly, I have been of the wrongdoers: 21:87) If one recites this Du'a 40 times in his illness, then he shall receive the Thawaab of a Shaheed (martyr). If he regains his health then he shall be cleansed from his sins." Source: "The Sharhus Sudoor (Analysing Condition of the Deceased and the Graves)", by Imam Jalaludden Suyuti.
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    Giving Talqeen.

    As-Salaam alaikum, Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported:-- "When a deceased starts to experience the intensity (of death), do not force him to read the Kalima, but give him Talqeen (ie read the Kalima and let him hear you and this will remind him/her of it), because no munafiq (hypocrite) has died on this Kalima." Source: "The Sharhus Sudoor", by Imam Jalaludden Suyuti.
  5. As-Salaam alaikum, The most essential names of Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, are: Abd Allah, Servant of Allah, Ahmadun, the best of glorifiers, and Muhammadun, the best of the glorified. Ahmadun is considered as the esoteric aspect of Muhammadun. Sayyadi Hassan al-Basri, may Allah be Merciful to him, relates that a group of individuals claimed to love Allah and so Allah tested their love by revealing the verses:-- "Say, if you love Allah, then follow me and Allah will love you and forgive you your sins." (3:31) Sayyadi Junaid al-Baghdadi, may Allah be Merciful to him, said: "No one has reached Allah except through Allah. And the path to reaching Allah is following the Chosen One, al-Mustafa, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam." Reaching Allah (al-wusul ila' Allah) means attaining a state in which Allah is pleased with one. It is based on this perspective that the Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:-- "All of my community will enter Paradise except those who refuse." It was asked, "O Messenger of Allah, who refuses?" He said, "Whoever obeys me will enter Heaven. Whoever disobeys me has refused." [Bukhari, vol. 6].
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    Mind That Food and Drink.

    As-Salaam alaykum, The Noble Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said: "The son of Adam never fills a vessel worse than his stomach. The son of Adam only needs a few bites that would sustain him; but if he insists, one third should be reserved for his food, another third for his drink and the last third for his breathing." Ailments attack and harm our bodies and alter its normal functions due to excess amount of substances we consume.... traceable to overeating or consuming more than what the body needs. When we habitually fill our stomachs with all types of food, some of which may not easily be digestable, we end up with various types of illnesses. On the other-hand, when one eats moderately, the body will get maximum benefit from such moderate diet, as opposed to when one overeats. So, mind the quality and level of that food and drink you eat/consume. Many Regards.
  7. As-Salaam alaikum, It is my pleasure to share with you a copy of the attached 'Du'a for Khayrat... Du'a for all Kinds of Good Fortunes' courtesy of Sheikh Salih Ja'afar, may Allah be Merciful to him. It is recommended to all those who seek good fortunes, Spiritual and Material... a very auspicious Du'a indeed. Use it and see wonders. Many Regards. dua-for-khayrat1.pdf
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    Ahaadith to Ponder over (@ Brothers Aamifi & Abu Hafsat)

    Be Contented As-Salaam alaikum, The Noble Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:-- "Know that even if the whole community were to gather together to benefit [you] with something, they would not benefit you with anything except that which Allah has already recorded for you; and that if they gather together to harm you with something, they would not be able to harm you with anything except that which Allah has already recorded against you." [at-Tirmidhi].
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    Ahaadith to Ponder over (@ Brothers Aamifi & Abu Hafsat)

    Answered Du'a... As-Salaam alaykum, The Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:-- "Three (3) types of Du'a are undoubtedly granted: a parent's Du'a for his children; Du'a for a fasting person, and Du'a of the traveller". [Abu Dawud]
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    Ahaadith to Ponder over (@ Brothers Aamifi & Abu Hafsat)

    Of Zikr, Gratitude and Patience. As-Salaam alaikum, Hammad Ibn Salama reported that on the authority of Talqa Ibn Habib, Ibn Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him said:-- "The Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said: 4 matters are such that whoever is given them is given the good of this world and the Hereafter: a grateful heart, a tongue busy with remembrance of Allah [Zikr], a body patient with trial, and faith in that which Allah has guaranteed." [ Abu Na'im, in his book.. Hilyat al-Awliya].
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    Ahaadith to Ponder over (@ Brothers Aamifi & Abu Hafsat)

    Laugh but a little.. As-Salaam alaikum, Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Prophet Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, told me: "O Abu Hurairah, be scrupulous and you will be the most devoted of people; be content and you will be the most grateful of people; Love for people what you love for yourself and you will be a believer; be a good companion to those in your company and you will be a Muslim; and decrease laughter, for truly, a lot of laughter kills the heart." [ibn Majah].
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    Happy Eye(s).

    "Sometimes in order to help He makes us cry. Happy is the eye that sheds tears for His sake. Fortunate the heart that burns for His sake, Laughter always follows tears Blessed are those who understand. Life blossoms wherever water flows, Where tears are shed, Divine Mercy is shown." Maulana Jalaludden Rumi.
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    Consider Ayat 46 Of Surat Kahfi.

    As-Salaam alaikum, In Ayat 46 of Surat Kahfi of the Holy Qur'an, Allah Tabaraka Wa Ta'ala says:--- "Wealth and children are the embellishment of worldly life, and the good things that last (al-baqiyat-as-salihat ) are greater with your Lord and greater in expectation." About this Noble Ayat, the Noble Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, told us what the baqiyat-salihat (the good things that last) are in a certain Hadith where one of his companions, Abu Sa'id al-Khudri, may Allah be pleased with him, reported from the Messenger of Allah, alaihis-Salaat Was-Salaam, that he said:-- "Make plenty of 'the good things that last (al-baqiyat salihat)'. It was said: And what are O Messenger of Allah?" He said: "TAKBIR (Saying: ALLAHU AKBAR), TAHLIL (Saying: LA-ILAHA ILLALLAH), TAHMID (Saying: ALHAMDU-LILLAH) and Saying: LA-HAWLA WALA QUWATA ILLA BILLAH." [bukhari, Muslim].
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    Ahaadith to Ponder over (@ Brothers Aamifi & Abu Hafsat)

    The Sign Of Imaan As-Salaam alaikum, A man asked the Prophet Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, "O Messenger of Allah! What is Imaan?" He replied:-- "When your good deeds please you and your evil deeds grieve you, then you are a believer." The man [further] asked, "O Messenger of Allah, then what is sin?" The Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, replied: "When something causes a doubt in your heart, leave it out." Musnad Ahmad, No. 22166
  15. As-Salaam alaikum, The Noble Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, was the first of the lights emanating from the Immense Ocean of Divine Being. From this we come to know that he is the primal created light out of which flowed the springs of all created manifestations. It is reported by Jabir Ibn Abdullah, may Allah be pleased with him, that he, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said: "The first thing that Allah created was my light.." (Bukhari and Muslim). From that light all other lights came to be, and by it the various levels and degrees of existence became established. The word 'light' is an expression for that meaning which illuminates all things it comes into contact with, material or non-material thing. Says Allah, Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, in the Qur'an: "From Allah has come to you a Light and a Book manifest." (5:15) Qari 'Iyad, may Allah be Merciful to him, said: "The Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, was named a Light because of the clarity of his case and the fact that his Prophecy was made manifest, and also because of the illumination of the hearts of the believers and the knowers of Allah with what he brought." ALLAHUMMA SALLI ALAA SAYYADUNA MUHAMMAD, ANNABIYY-'UMMUYYU, WA ALAA AHLIHI, WA SAHBIHI, WASALLIM.
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