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Gems - Hazrat Maulana Abdul Hamid Is`haq Saheb (Daamat Barakaatuhum)

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"Allah Ta’ala is “Ghafoorul-Wadood”(Most Forgiving and Most Loving). 
Due to Allah Ta'ala's love for His creation, He forgives. 
Allah Ta’ala loves to forgive and He forgives in great abundance."
"When we correct our matters with Allah Ta’ala,
Allah Ta’ala corrects our matters with people."
"Keeping the Company of the Sheikh must be accompanied with the 
intentions of Islaah and gaining the Love of Allah Ta’ala. These intentions will
then yield great results, Insha-Allah."
"We think too much of what other people think.
We should focus on just pleasing One Allah."
"The Mashaa’ik  do not destroy the capital of Love in the heart. 
They re-channel it: from Haraam to Halaal; from ghairullah to Allah Ta’ala;  
from those who are dying to THE ONE WHO NEVER DIES. 
Allah Ta'ala is Al-Hayy (The Ever-Living)."
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"Sabr (patience) is bitter but its fruit is extremely sweet."



"What is Haraam to touch; is Haraam to look at.

What is Haraam to speak; is Haraam to listen to."



"When searching for a spouse look for a soft natured and gentle person,

for he/she will change the world for you!

And you be the same for your spouse!"



"On sincere repentance and Rujoo ilallaah, a person who was “Naari” 

(destined for the fire of Jahannam) becomes “Noori” (full of Noor)."



"The love of Dunya does not allow preparation for the Aakhirah (Hereafter). 

Greed for Dunya diverts from the obedience of Allah Ta’ala.


Yet, at the time of death, nothing of Dunya is taken."  

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"When we ask of Allah Ta’ala, our respect increases.

When we ask of people, our respect is lost."



"Implementing the Command of “Ittaqullah”, in our lives, bears the fruit of every good 

and is a prescription and a medication for all spiritual ailments."



"We should not be deceived by our outward dress and/or titles which 

signify and allude to Taqwa (piety).

Taqwa is leaving off every form of disobedience to Allah Ta’ala."



"Rich is that person whose wealth is in his heart."



"Close your eyes to Haraam and open your eyes to Halaal (i.e. your wife) 

– and you will find your wife to be the most beautiful."

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"Allah Ta'ala looks for an excuse to forgive;

Allah Ta'ala does not look for an excuse to punish."



"When a person abstains from sins and is occupied in good deeds, 

he is living in the shade of Jannah."



"Allah Ta’ala greatly loves that Ibaadah that ends with Istighfaar."



"Without any request or application, Allah Ta’ala gave us this passport of Imaan – 

which is the passport of Jannah.


If we lose it and return to the Hereafter without it, 

there are no application forms that can be filled in for a new passport.


May Allah Ta’ala grant us the understanding, the concern and the Taufeeq of all 

those deeds which will be a means of preserving our Imaan. 

May Allah Ta'ala protect our Imaan, in these times of great Fitnah."

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It is Allah Ta’ala’s great favour upon us that He has instructed us to carry out 

the same act that He and His Malaa'ikah do – which is conveying Durood Sharief

to Rasulullah (Sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam).


Value this privilege by reciting Durood Sharief in abundance.


Read Durood Sharief with love and respect.



“Indeed, Allah and His Angels confer blessings upon the Nabi. 

O you who believe, ask [Allah to confer] blessing upon him and ask 

[Allah to grant him] peace.”



[surah Al-Ahzaab 33 : 56]
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