Jump to content
IslamicTeachings.org

SAFAH

Administrators
  • Content Count

    458
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    49

Everything posted by SAFAH

  1. Securing Rewards in Marriage by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullah alayh) The sawaab (reward) for the sabr (patience) a woman exercises over her difficulties in managing the home of her husband and fulfilling the rights of her husband and children sometimes is such, which makes her ‘reach’ Allah Ta’ala very quickly. This, however, is conditional to her obedience to Allah Ta’ala; fulfilling His Rights, the Rights of His Rasul (Sallallaahu ‘alayhi waSallam), as well as the Rights of His Creation. ... Women who have a number of children, sometimes even a temperamental husband, toge
  2. The Curse of Marriage by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullah alayh) A husband complained that he was always angry with his wife, and they continuously argued. …There are so many such cases : If it is not the husband complaining of his wife, it is the wife complaining of her husband. In this case, having been informed of the weaknesses of his wife, which are common to other women as well, I said: ‘I agree with you that there are weaknesses in women. However, there are also weaknesses in men. …Moreover, your anger is for worldly reasons. You are cursing your wife and inviting that
  3. Disappointment to a noble soul is what cold water is to burning metal; it strengthens, tempers, intensifies, but never destroys it.
  4. When you feel alone. When everything you see is dark and grey. When you taste the bitterness of defeat. When you cannot reach out and touch your dreams. When all hope seems lost. You can either let this be your breaking point, or make it your turning point. What’s it going to be? Do not lose hope in Allah, for He is the Creator. He will create another way for you. Never get tired of asking Allah for whatever you need.
  5. If you want jannah! Then five salah is the key to jannah.
  6. He awoke at night and prayed for his nation until his ankles swelled. In return, his nation sleeps at night till there eyes swell. (SalAllahu Alaihi Wa Sallam).
  7. Don't rush your Salah for anything as you're standing in front of The One Who is in charge of whatever you are rushing for.
  8. The Influence of Television by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullah alayh) One of the many sunnats of the Ambiyaa (‘alaihimus Salaam) ßis that of Hayaa – shame and modesty : a quality which is sorely missing in the lives of the majority of Muslims today and which should otherwise be an outstanding characteristic and feature of all Muslims, whether married or un-married. Television is such an evil that if our society only understood its reality, then they would find no excuse to watch. Its spiritual harm is that it takes a
  9. God created us with a purpose. We must strive to find it! Allah is the master of all creation. He creates for reasons which we do not understand. If only we had His knowledge, we would be surprised that the most obvious and simple things can actually carry a great purpose. We would know more if only we learn to reflect, and if we practice patience. We will know why Allah has planned things a certain way, if we become believers. Put your trust in Allah and let His plan unfold. Let Him flourish your life with blessings you could not imagine. I was listening to a lecture today by Yasmin Mog
  10. Who are the best creations of God? To Allah, the best hands are those raised in repentance and worship. The best tongues are moist with sweet and guided words. The best actions are those of charity, guidance, prosperity, help and innovation. The best hearts are those that remember Him and love for His sake. The best feet are those that walk to Him and create a path for others. The best ears are those attentive to His call and that relay the message to others. The best eyes are those that see the hereafter and paint it for others. The best minds are those that have the knowledge of His grea
  11. Nice to see you here sis (Nadira)
  12. The video is here can you not see it,i just played it.
  13. I adore you mum! So please help me fulfil your rights by fulfilling mine. Respecting my wife makes it much easier for us to respect you. I love you my wife! So help me fulfil your rights by fulfilling mine. Respecting my mother makes it much easier for me to respect you. Happily ever after.
  14. Congratulations & glad tidings to those who have given up bad habits for the Sake of the Almighty & rekindled their link with Him.
  15. Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times. “Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if one remembers to turn on the light.” If we give it some thought we may notice that a single speck of light can make the darkest of places a well lit environment in less than a second. This is a great example of what happiness is to dark times that we may be experiencing in our lives. During the darkest moments; in times in which we feel we will never feel better, like times that we may experience the loss of a job, or the loss of a loved one, we have to keep our faith in the notion
  16. A blessing or punishment? Sometimes a sickness, disease, etc. comes in the form of a blessing and sometimes in the form of azaab (punishment). For a mu’min, it is a blessing and mercy if it causes him to turn towards Allah. I will give an example with an incident that took place few years ago. I went to visit a person who was suffering from cancer. On entering his room, I found him surrounded by 3 TV sets- one to his right, one to his left and one in front of him. This was, indeed very surprising… a sick person in extreme pain who could well be in his last moments, in such a situation. On
  17. What am I going to do? Why is my life so messed up? Why can’t I find happiness? Why am I alone? Why do I feel stuck? Why do I have these problems?’… These questions only have meaning if we direct them to Allah. No one else can answer them. Consider the words of the Prophet Ya’qub (alayhis-salam, peace be upon him) when his son Yusuf (as) was secretly thrown into a well by his brothers. They then reported to their father that Yusuf had been killed by a wolf. And he turned away from them and said, “Oh, my sorrow over Yusuf,” and his eyes became white from grief, and he fell into silent melanch
×
×
  • Create New...