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


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Showing posts with label Naseehah. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Zuhd of Abu Ubaydah & the Tears of Umar

 

It is reported from ʿAbdullāh b. ʿUmar:

When ʿUmar b. Al-Khaṭṭāb arrived in Al-Shām, he said to Abū ʿUbaydah – Allāh be pleased with them: “Take us to your home.” Abū ʿUbaydah said, “And what will you do with my home?” ʿUmar replied, “Just take us there.” Abū ʿUbaydah said, “You only want to cry your eyes out over me.” So he entered his house and saw nothing [by way of furnishings] in it. ʿUmar asked, “Where are your things? I see nothing but rags, a water-skin and a dish (tray), and you are a governor! Do you have food?” So Abū ʿUbaydah went over to an old pail (bucket) and took out some scraps, and ʿUmar began to weep. Abu ʿUbaydah said to him, “I told you you would cry your eyes out over me. O Commander of the Believers, sufficient for you from the dunyā is what delivers you to your place of rest.” ʿUmar said, “The dunyā changed us all except you Abū ʿUbaydah.”

Abū Dāwūd, Kitāb Al-Zuhd article 123, and others.

The Link Between Blessings & Gratitude

 

It is reported that ʿAlī b. Abī ālib رضي اللّه عنـه said:

"Blessings arrive with gratitude [to Allāh], and gratitude is connected with more [blessings], and the two are tied together: more blessings from Allāh will never stop unless gratitude from the servant stops."

Ibn Abī Al-Dunyā, Al-Shukr article 18

People Change & Allaah Forgives

 

It is reported that ʿAbdullāh b. Masʿūd رضي الله عنه said:

"Do not be hasty in praising people or blaming them, for perhaps what pleases you from a person today will displease you tomorrow, and perhaps what displeases you today, will please you tomorrow. Indeed, people change. It is Allāh who forgives the sins. And Allāh is more merciful to his servant the day he meets him than a mother who lays out a bed for her child in an empty patch of land and feels [the ground]: if there is a risk of being stung, it will be her instead of him (her child), and if there is a risk of being pricked by a thorn, it will be her instead of him."

Al-Bayhaqī, Shuʿab Al-Īmān article 6177, and others.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

EXCELLENCE of THIKR

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Ibnul Qayyim رحمه الله تعالى  said:

Verily, Thikr brings light to:
*the heart….
*the face….
*the limbs...

It is also the light of the servant:
*In this life
*In the grave; and
*On the Day of Judgement

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وابل الصيب

Advice to he who has lost the blessings in his Time

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 One of the Salaf said:

'Everytime I increase my part of the Qur'aan (that I recite) the blessings in my time increase; and I didn't stop adding to my part until it reached ten parts (of the thirty parts that the Qur'aan is made of)'.

Ibrahem bin AbdilWaahid al-Maqdasi
رحمه الله تعالى said advising ad-Diyaa al-Maqdasi when he desired to travel for knowledge:

*"Be plentiful in reciting the Qur'aan and do not leave it off; for surely it will make easy that which you seek according to amount that you read."

So, whenever I recited a lot, I found that hearing and writing Hadeeth became much more, and if I didn't read it, it would not be made easy for me'.

If you see yourself deteriorating....???

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** Umm Hyatt حفظها الله **

“If you see yourself deteriorating: Pick yourself up by repenting & seeking Allaah سبحانه و تعالى’s forgiveness; By asking Him to keep you firm!! 
 
DON'T become careless, and neither say:

“InshaaAllaah, my Eemaan will become stronger...” 
(without doing anything about it)

Instead from right now —
from the moment you feel that you are ill —
you MUST implement the cure.”

*Sheikh Ibn ‘Uthaimīn رحمه الله تعالى
Tafsīr Sūrah an-Nisā (vol. 2, pg. 53)

The days of the son of Aadam...

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** Umm Hyatt حفظها الله **

The son of Aadam is afflicted with three things each day:

*Everyday he gets older;
*Everyday he gets a portion closer to the next life;
*Everyday he eats from Allaah's provisions..!

Oh Allaah! 
Don't make this life our biggest concern nor the Hellfire our last destination!

Our days are of three kinds:
*Yesterday…will never return!
*Today…your living it..it won't remain!
Tomorrow, you don't know what you will gain...!


** I……..YOU…… THEM...
*We are all travellers… So… ..
*PARDON…
*OVERLOOK…
*FORGIVE…

Advices regarding Memorization of Ahadeeth & Manners of attending Duroos

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An Advice from our Sheikh Muhammad Hizaam al-Ba’daani (حفظه الله) on the method of gaining perfection in that which one studies.

 

Question:
What is the best method to perfect what one has learned from the various branches like Aqeedah, Fiqh, Nahw and Mustalah?

 

🔘Answer :

**The BEST way is to learn at the hands of a teacher, yes, from one who will benefit you in that segment and do not come out of a lesson except that you have comprehended it.

✔If you haven’t gained comprehension, then ask the teacher until you do and likewise examine yourself with the brothers and revise but do not move onto the next until you have understood the first.

✔Also one must memorize the evidences, if he is able to. Memorize the evidences from the Kitaab and the Sunnah, and the issues, from Fiqh & Aqeedah, connected to it along with its evidences.

✔Then, also, revise the lessons that were taken. For example, everyday, revise the previous lesson before attending the next.

✖Do not attend a lesson except that the one before it has been revised

✔Revise the benefits and at the end of the week repeat what you’ve gone through during the whole week along with memorizing the evidences of that which it contained.

 

Question :
What is the best method to revise Ahadeeth and Mutoon which are being memorized?

Monday, July 16, 2012

Beware of procrastination


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“Beware of procrastination for surely be with your current day & do not be with your tomorrow & if you have a tomorrow then do tomorrow the same as you did today, & if you do not have a tomorrow then you will not regret what you lack in today.”

Hasan Al Basri (rahimahullaah)
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