رَبِّ ابْنِ لِى عِندَكَ بَيْتاً فِى الْجَنَّةِ
'My Lord! Build for me a home with You in Jannaah'
(At-Tahreem 66:11)


Friday, November 30, 2012

Beautiful advice from Imaam Abu Hatim rahimahullaah




"It is necessary that the intelligent person accustoms his soul to forgiving people and to leave repaying evil with evil. This is because there is nothing that would silence evil better than good treatment and beneficence and there is nothing that would stir up evil more than repaying evil with evil. Whoever desires copious reward, to receive devout love and good mention, let him experience the bitterness of opposing his base desires and taking to the way we have highlighted: joining relations when they have been severed; giving in the face of prevention; hilm in the face of ignorance; and forgiveness in the face of oppression. These are the greatest morals and manners of the religious."

Friends are a gift you give yourself

 


Ahmad Ibn Harb (rahimahullaah) said:

"There is nothing more beneficial to a Muslim's heart than to mix with the Righteous and watch their actions, while nothing is more harmful to the heart than mixing with the sinners and watching their actions."

From the Characteristic of the Salaf page 14

The Laws of Breast-feeding



By Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan.
The Most High has said in verification of the unmarriageable women:

"...and your suckling mothers who suckled you and your sisters from suckling..." [An-Nisaa:23]

It is narrated in the two Saheeh collections (Al-Bukhaari and Muslim) that the Prophet, (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said:

"It becomes forbidden by suckling those relations that are forbidden by kinship."

Furthermore, his saying:

"It becomes forbidden by suckling those relations that are forbidden by birth."

Narrated by the group (1).

The meaning of breast-feeding, linguistically, is:  "The suckling of milk from the breast or the drinking of it."

It's definition according to the Sharee'ah is:  "The suckling or drinking etc. of the milk induced by pregnancy by a child younger than two years old."

Ibnul-Jawzi on the Dying Person’s Alertness

 

The Shaikh, the Imaam, the Allaamah, the Shaikh of Islaam, Abul-Faraj Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Ali ibn Muhammad ibn al-Jawzi, said:


“From the most interesting things is the alertness of the dying person at the time of his death–for he becomes perceptive to a degree which cannot be described, and worried to an extent that has no limits.
And he yearns for his times of old, and wishes that he be left so that he can make up for what passed him by, and so that he can be truthful in his repentance in accordance with the level of certainty he [now] has about death.

Beautiful recitation of Juz 'Amma


 Beautiful recitation of Juz 'Amma recited by Ash-Shaykh Abu Ishaaq Mahmud bin Ahmad (may Allaah preserve him).

Click here to listen

Click here to listen to more recitations.


 

Advice and Recommendations for those suffering from Stress & Anxiety



Imaam Ibn Al-Qayyim (رحمه الله) said:

Grief, sorrow and distress only occur from two directions:

One of it is: The desire for the worldly life and having a zeal for it

And the second is: shortening in the actions of obedience and piety.
From ‘Uddah As-Saabireen pg.227

All Praise is to Allaah, The Lord of the Worlds and may He send peace and blessings upon our Prophet Muhammad
صلّى اللَّهُ عليه وسلّم, his relatives and companions.

To Proceed:

Verily the problem associated with stress and anxiety has become from the many great problems, and it is one that afflicts numerous people.

Some of the signs of Stress and Anxiety:


1. Feeling tight and constricted and lack of relaxation, along with continual grief and sorrow;
2.    Difficulty in concentrating or an empty-mind feeling and weakness in thinking;
3.  Doubts and uncertainties whether in ambition or in companions and the general people;
4.    Having doubt that he is afflicted with dangerous illnesses;
5. Difficulty in sleeping; from sweating, lack of relaxation and nightmares
6. Panic-attacks and the fear of facing the people, from that which causes seclusion and depression;
7. Feeling a change in personality or a change in the surrounding environment even if in reality that isn't the case;
8. Fearing the closeness of death in an increased sense to that of the normal state;
9.  Feeling numbness and tingling in the body and limbs;
10.   Colonic Contraction, Stomachache and tense headache;
11.   Weakness of sexual desire;
12.   Ill-Fated in most affairs;
13.   Short tempered and provocative;
14.   Magnifying small issues;
15.   Quickness in fatigue and exhaustion and anorexia.

Based on this, the clinics for neurological and psychological disorders have become overcrowded by patients, and all sorts of psychological medication have been used. However with investigation you'll find that only rare from amongst the patients are recovering. That is because there are other remedial reasons that most psychologists neglect and many patients aren't concerned with, and they are by the permission of Allaah, the most important causes of recovery from this condition and we will mention to you some of them:

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Holding onto a good thought of Allaah - Khutbah

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Holding onto a good thought of Allaah
(حسن الظن بالله)

 A Khutbah given by Sheikh Yahyaa Al-Hajoorie (May Allaah preserve him)


Download the Arabic Version
here

English Version
here

Translated by AbdurRahman al-Jamaikee



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