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The Price of Emaan May 26, 2010

Several years ago an Imaam moved to London. He often took the bus from his home to the downtown area. Some weeks after he arrived, he had occasion to ride the same bus. When he sat down, he discovered that the driver had accidentally given him twenty pence too much change. As he considered what to do, he thought to himself, you better give the twenty pence back. It would be wrong to keep it. Then he thought, oh forget it, it’s only twenty pence. Who would worry about this little amount? Anyway, the bus company already gets too much fare; they will never miss it. Accept it as a gift from Almighty Allah and keep quite.

Its a mercy from Allah that he provided us RainWhen his stop came, the Imaam paused momentarily at the door, then he handed the twenty pence back to the driver and said ” Here, you gave me too much change.” The driver with a smile replied ” Aren’t you the new Imaam in this area? have been thinking lately about going to worship at your mosque. I just wanted to see what you would do if I gave you too much change.” When the Imaam stepped off the bus, his knees became weak and soft. He had to grab the nearest light pole and held for support, and looked up to the heavens and cried “Oh Allah, I almost sold Islam for twenty pence!” Remember, we may never see the impact our actions have on people. Sometimes we are the only knowledge of Quran someone will read, or the only Islam a non-Muslim will see. What we need to provide, InshaAllah is an example for others to see. Be careful and be honest everyday, because you never know who is watching your actions and judging you as a Muslim.

” And whosoever fears Allah and keeps his duty to Him, He will make a way for him to get out (from every difficulty).
And He will provide him from (sources) he never could imagine. And whosoever puts his trust in Allah,

then He will suffice him. Verily, Allah will accomplish his purpose. Indeed Allah has set a measure for all things. (At-Talaq 65:2-3)”


To All The Ikhwans April 26, 2010

Message from ustadz aman Abdurrahman

Assalamu ‘alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu

All praises only belong to Allah, Who tests His slaves with ease and hardship. May Salawat and salam be showered upon His Prophet, followed by his household and Sahabahs.

Ikhwani fillah, know that the value of tawheed is high and the consequences is huge, to the extent that it must be paid with a lot of sacrifices, whether it be in the form of being killed, cruelty of torture by the enemies, as well as imprisonment or seizure of wealth and properties.

The commitment to tawheed in this era of the ghurbah will always be enveloped by the feeling of fear and worry towards the cruelty of the enemies, like Prophet Musa and his followers in Egypt and just as experienced by Rasulullah and the Sahabahs in the early period of Islam. But don’t let those feelings of fear and worry cause you to abandon this tawheed, as that is the character of the people whom Allah condemn in His verse:


“There are among men some who serve Allah, as it were, on the verge: if good befalls them, they are, therewith, well content; but if a trial comes to them, they turn on their faces: they lose both this world and the Hereafter: that is loss for all to see!” [Al Hajj : 11]

Namely, the people who want to commit to tawheed when the condition is easy and happy, and when the condition is grappling and dreadful, they abandon it.

But you must become the people whose belief in the truth of this tawheed increases in this time of ferocity with regards to the enmity of the thaghut and their ansar towards the adherents of this tawheed, who are not willing to be enslaved by them. But, were you to turn away from this tawheed, then Allah will replace you with others who love Allah Ta’ala more, just as He says:

“If ye turn back (from the Path), He will substitute in your stead another people; then they would not be like you!” [Muhammad: 38].

And His verse:

“O ye who believe! if any from among you turn back from his Faith, soon will Allah produce a people whom He will love as they will love Him.” [Al Maidah: 54]

Ikhwani fillah….. refrain for a moment from the pursuit of pleasures that can never end… Pay attention to your brothers who are currently in prison… be polite to the families of the Shuhada’s and those who are detained in the path of Allah, they are the Fuqarâ’ (poor) who are ashamed to ask, they are only the Hawa and the children who are incapable of doing anything except in shedding the tears of sadness and sorrow, they are the weak people whose do’a are answered by Allah. Rasulullah said, “That you are given victory and rizq is only because of the weak people amongst you.”

Ikhwani… What I believe in matters of tawheed along with their relations to today’s reality have been poured out in my writings and translations, be fervent in learning, be graceful in accepting the truth and always make do’a to Allah and ask for guidance. Don’t let shubhah shadow the faith because when shubhah is allowed to exist in the thoughts, it will become a disaster when accompanied by the desires of wanting to live freely and lavishly, like those who do not practice tawheed.

Therefore, bear the shubhah with faith that are sourced from the ‘ilm of Al Kitab and As Sunnah, and face the desires with patience.

I pray to Allah to give guidance, fortitude and patience, and husnul khatimah to us all….

Amin ya Rabbal ‘Alamin…..
Akhukum Fillah


Mother April 24, 2010

Mother - A Reward To Everyone

My mom only had one eye. I hated her… she was such an embarrassment.  My mom ran a small shop at the local market. She collected little weeds and such to sell… anything for the money that we needed, she was such an embarrassment.

There was this one day during primary school. I remember that it was field day, and my mom came. I was so embarrassed. How could she do this to me? I cast her a hateful look and ran away. The next day at school…’your mom only has one eye?!’ and they taunted me. I wished that my mom would just disappear from this world, so I said to my mom, ‘Mom, why don’t you have the other eye?! You’re making me a laughing stock. Why don’t you just die?’ My mom didn’t respond.

I guess I felt a little bad, but at the same time it felt good to think that I had said what I’d wanted to say all this time. Maybe it was because my mom didn’t punish me, but I didn’t think that I had hurt her feelings. That night…I woke up and went to the kitchen to get a glass of water. My mom was crying there, so quietly, as if she was afraid that she might wake me. I took a look at her and then turned away.

Because of the thing I had said to her earlier, there was something pinching at me in the corner of my heart. Even so, I hated my mother who was crying out of her one eye. So I told myself that I would grow up and become successful, because I hated my one-eyed mom and our desperate poverty. Then I studied really hard.  I left my mother and came to Seoul and studied, and got accepted in the Seoul University with all the confidence I had. Then, I got married.  I bought a house of my own. Then I had kids too. Now I’m living happily as a successful man.

I like it here because it’s a place that doesn’t remind me of my mom. This happiness was getting bigger and bigger, until someone unexpected came to see me ‘what?! Who’s this?!’ …It was my mother…Still with her one eye.  It felt as if the whole sky was falling apart on me.  My little girl ran away, scared of my mom’s eye.  And I yelled at her, ’who are you? I don’t know you!!!’ I screamed at her ‘How dare you come to my house and scare my daughter! GET OUT OF HERE!  NOW!!!’ And to this, my mother quietly answered, ‘oh, I’m so sorry.  I may have gotten the wrong address,’ and she disappeared. Thank God… she didn’t recognise me.  I was quite relieved. I told myself that I wasn’t going to care, or think about this for the rest of my life.

Then a wave of relief came upon me…one day, a letter regarding a school reunion came to my house. I lied to my wife saying that I was going on a business trip. After the reunion, I went down to the old shack, that I used to call a house…just out of curiosity there, I found my mother lying on the cold ground.  But I did not shed a single tear.  She had a piece of paper in her hand…. it was a letter to me.

She wrote:

My son…

I think my life has been long enough now. And… I won’t visit Seoul anymore… but would it be too much to ask if I wanted you to come visit me once in a while?  I miss you so much. And I was so glad when I heard you were coming for the reunion.  But I decided not to go to the school…. For you…  I’m sorry that I only have one eye, and that I was an embarrassment for you. You see, when you were very little, you got into an accident, and lost your eye. As a mother, I couldn’t bear watching you having to grow up with only one eye…  so I gave you mine… I was so proud of my son that was seeing  a whole new world for me, in my place, with my eye.  I was never upset at you for anything you did. The couple times that you were angry with me. I thought to myself, ‘it’s because he loves me.’  I miss the times when you were still young around me.

I miss you so much.  I love you.  You mean the world to me

My world shattered!!!

Then I cried for the person who lived for me… My MOTHER

Narrated by Abu Huraira

A man came to Allah’s Apostle and said, “O Allah’s Apostle! Who is more entitled to be treated with the best companionship by me?” The Prophet said, “Your mother.” The man said. “Who is next?” The Prophet said, “Your mother.” The man further said, “Who is next?” The Prophet said, “Your mother.” The man asked for the fourth time, “Who is next?” The Prophet said, “Your father.”

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 8.2


Adoration For Our Beloved Prophet – February 28, 2010

“And We sent not you (O Muhammad), but as a mercy for all worlds.” Surah Al-Anbia : 107

This post is devoted to Our Beloved Prophet On This Auspicious Occasion of Eid Milad un-Nabi

“Oh Lord, increase my marveling at You!”

I fell in love with the sweetness of this wonderful supplication of our Beloved Prophet (SA). How far can love reach? The Man of the highest illumination who ever lived asked His Lord to heighten His adoration towards Him! Allah the highest says in the Holy Quran:


“There has now come to you a Messenger from amongst yourselves; grievous to Him is your suffering; anxious is He over you; towards the believers, kind and compassionate.”


“He lowered unto the believers His wing of tenderness through mercy…” and “was the guardian of believers and nearer to them then their selves.”


The Prophet’s greatness does not lie in His superiority of knowledge, wisdom, intellect or insight in every field, over every person, but in His poverty, nothingness, humility, slave-hood and modesty. He was the supreme authority on all levels, but in reality He was the Jewel of all the Allah’s servants. The greatness of His heart demonstrates that poverty is our greatest wealth. The more Allah blessed and favored our Beloved Prophet, the more He became humble and submissive. Everyday He asked for forgiveness a hundred times and prayed repeatedly to His Lord: “Glory be to You, we have not been able to know You as Your knowledge requires, O Know One! Glory be to You, we have not been able to worship You as Your worship requires, O Worshiped One!”


All things begin with Him; all things are sealed by Him. He is the most dignified of men. He is the pride of humanity, the most Beloved and the most desired Prophet of Allah the Highest. But our most Beloved of hearts acted like any other person, this is the sublime secret of His being, the treasury of pure modesty. The eternal beauty of Allah is reflected in His tender heart in its fullest splendor. He never asked for anything, He never sought anything from His Lord.


As soon as He was born, He prostrated Himself and said: “My community, My community. On the heavenly ascension, Allah wished to endow Him with all the riches of Paradise in order to please Him, but He answered with only one word: “My community, My community.”


Does a greater beauty shine from a human heart?


The light of Muhammad (SA) is the essence of all creation. There is nothing closer to Allah’s Light than the reality of Muhammad (SA). Both illuminated and illuminating he cried out: “Oh Lord, show us things as they are!”


Prophet Muhammad (SA) encouraged equal treatment of slaves and kings.


Rulers gained humility, slaves gained honor, tyrants gained peace and beggars gained dignity. This revolutionary change of character, making simple, primitive people into the highest of saints, is certainly the most outstanding miracle of our Prophet Muhammad (SA).


Nobody impressed the whole of humanity so deeply. He is the key to divine knowledge, opening the eye of the heart which sees and hears the truth. He is the point where real human perfection starts, He is the goal of our all possible accomplishments. With Him we begin, with Him we end.


Allah hides Himself, His essence from His believers, but He lets us know and find His reality through the beauty and goodness of Muhammad (SA).


There are 70,000 veils between the servant and his Lord. These veils are screens for the truth.


In the words of Sheikh Abd Al-Qadir Al-Gilani:


“All created beings are a veil, with the exception of the Messenger of Allah (SA). For He is the doorway and means by which the goal is reached.”


Sheikh Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi said:


“All created beings have a shadow, with the exception of our Messenger (SA) for He is the first light, the source of light. The source of existence has no shadow. With this light we can see and understand Allah’s truth.”


In true humility, The Messenger of Allah says:


“My figure amongst the noble Prophets is this; a man builds a wall; he has finished it, except it needs one more brick; I am this brick. After me, there will be no more Messengers or Prophets.”


“Say of me: The Servant of Allah and His Messenger (SA), so that you do not fall into exaggeration that the people manifest with regard to my brother Jesus.”


For the perfect lover of the truth, He represents the satisfier of all our needs. To marvel at Him is the ascension of our souls. To hear of Him makes what is difficult easy, because Divine grace radiates on whoever contemplates Him. Sending Him salutations and blessings brings an immediate expansion of love in our hearts. Contemplating Him brings the greatest joy and illuminates the face of our soul. Wishing peace for His soul means true salvation, and touches the deepest interior of our hearts.


A Muslims Prayer – Namaaz February 12, 2010

A Muslims Prayer - A Call To Allah (SWT)

A rosy ray lit up the horizon, the stars paled, and a voice cried out in cadence, in the silence of dawn:


“Allah is the greatest! There is no God but Allah, and Mohammad is the Prophet of Allah! Come and pray! Come to salvation!”


High up above the flat housetops and the palm-tree of the oasis, the last notes of the Muazzin’s call, wafted from the balcony of the slender minaret, died away in the infinite space of the desert….


Muslims who were still slumbering, enwrapped in the white folds of their shroudlike mantles, sprung to their feet with a start, like dead men coming to life. They hurried to fountains where they performed their ablutions; and then, with clean skins and pure thoughts, they gathered together in long processions, elbow to elbow, all turned in one direction: that of the Holy Ka’bah of Makkah (Mecca).


Standing erect, heads slightly bent, eyes downcast, perfectly still in the long folds of their garments, they seemed as if metamorphosed into a crowd of statues. Following the example of the Immam, in front of them, but in the same direction, and announcing each phase of the prayer by Takbir: Allah is the greatest!they all lifted their open hands on a level with their foreheads, bearing witness to their ecstasy in the presence of the Almighty power of the Master of the Worlds. Then every man made the same movement, bending their backs and bowing low before the throne of His Supreme Majesty.


But this did not suffice to express all the humility of their souls, so they dropped to the ground and prostrated themselves, piously pressing their faces against the earth. For a few moments they remained in this supplicating posture, as if crushed by the weight of the entire firmament which might have been prostrated with them.


They held up their heads at last and rose to a sitting posture, both knees on the ground, their heads bowed under the burden of their fervour. The prayer, terminated by salutation, accompanied by the face being turned first to the left, was addressed to the two recording angels who unceasingly attend every true believer.


Generally, however, the Faithful who ask nothing from Allah, not even their daily bread, remain a little longer on their knees, and placing breast-high their open palms under their eyes, as if reading a book, they implore divine mercy for the salvation of their souls, for their relatives, and for Islam.


Only the few parts of the Prayer: the Takbir, the Fatihah and the final salutation are loudly intoned by the Imam. The congregation pray inwardly, the Takbir alone is murmured in whispers that are barely audible.


Such half-silence enhance the grandeur of their gestures, so expressive and simple, in which dignity is closely allied to humility, and being totally devoid of affection, constitutes the most poignant display of adoration imaginable.


Every day, each time the rays of the sun change color: at rosy dawn, flaming noon, during glided sunset, when it descends below the horizon in all the yellow sadness of its disappearance; and at the moment it is enshrouded in the blue veiling of night, not only in the Mosques, but also in the houses and streets, in cafes and market places, in the country or the desert, all Muslims, alone or grouped together, wherever they may be, without needing to be called by the Muazzin or lead by the Imam, are bound to stop short in their work and even interrupt their trend of thought, for a few minutes, thus glorifying the Benefactor.


For more than thirteen centuries, from the Atlantic’s African shore as far as the Chinese coast-line of the Pacific, more than two hundred millions of the Faithful turns five times daily in the direction of the Holy Ka’bah of Makkah (Mecca), their millions of prayers being garnered there to be offered up to the Most High, bearing witness to the undying gratitude of the souls of Islam.


The Loyalty Of Those Who Loved Prophet Muhammad (SA) January 30, 2010

The Prophet Muhammad (SA) was deeply loved and respected by those who followed Him. None would turn their back on Him, nor would any abandon the religion to which He had brought them. This deep love and reverence continues in the heart of every Muslim to this day. This love and loyalty can be show with many examples from His lifetime.

The Remarkable Companionship

One day the holy Prophet (SA) was saying His prayers in the Kaba. He was completely lost in thoughts of Allah. Abu Jahl and some other chiefs of Makkah were sitting in the courtyard of the Kaba. “I must finish with Muhammad today,” said Abu Jahl. So saying, he took a long piece of cloth. He put it around the holy Prophets (SA) neck. Then he twisted it hard. He was going to strangle the Messenger of Allah. The other chiefs looked on and laughed.


Abu Bakr (RA) happened to see this from a distance. He at once ran to the help of the Prophet (SA). He pushed Abu Jahl aside and took off the cloth from around the holy Prophets (SA) neck. Thereupon Abu Jahl and the other enemies of Islam fell upon Abu Bakr (RA). They beat him very badly. Indeed, the beating was so severe that Abu akr (RA) fell down senseless. He was carried home. He did not regain his sense for several hours. And when he did come to himself, the first question he asked was, “Is the Prophet (SA) well?” Abu Bakr did not care about his own suffering. He was glad that he was able to save the Prophets (SA) life. Abu Bakr knew full well that if any harm came to the Prophet (SA), the only hope of mankind would be gone. This made him risk everything he held dear for the safety of the Prophet (SA) and for the spreading of His message.


No Prophet or Messenger has ever had such devoted, faithful, loyal and sincere companions as those of Prophet Muhammad (SA). They constantly expressed their deep devotion and love for the Prophet (SA). They could not bear the slightest discomfort for their beloved Prophet (SA).


It was the fourth year after the move of Medina. The towns of Adal and Qarah asked the Prophet (SA) to send some scholars to teach them. This was a trap, and on the way eight of the scholars were killed. Two of the scholars, Zaid ibn Ad-Dathinnah and Khubabi bin Adi, were taken back to Mecca. There they were tortured by having pieces of flesh cut from their bodies, and they were taunted by the crowd that encircled them. They were asked, “Don’t you wish now that your Prophet was in your place?” to which Zaid bin Ad-Dathannah responded calmly, as blood poured from his body, “No, I would hate to enjoy life while my beloved Prophet (SA) was suffering even from the prick of a thorn.”


Abu Sufyan, the Prophets (SA) great enemy, said, “In this world I have never seen a person with friends who loved him this much.”


A short while later Abu Sufyan had a change of heart, and he himself became a Muslim. He followed the Prophet (SA) everywhere He went, and would sit on His doorstep with his small son just to see the Prophet (SA) as He entered or exited. He even once found himself in a position to defend the Prophet (SA). He fought standing next to Prophet Muhammad’s (SA) mule, wielding his sword with his right hand, and holding his friend’s saddle with his left. Abu Sufyan loved the Prophet (SA) so much that after the latter’s death Abu Sufyan went and dug his own grave, dying three days later.


When the Prophet (SA) cut off His hair, Khalid bin Walid (RA) asked permission to take some locks of hair to keep. And he took the locks and put them on his eyes.


He kept these locks of hair all his life and carried them in his turban until he died.


It is narrated that Khalid bin Walid lost his turban in the battle of Yarmuk and he told everyone to look for it. But they could not find it anywhere. He ordered them again to look for it and finally they found it. When they brought it to Khalid bin Walid they asked:

‘O Khalid! It is a torn and old turban, why did you waste our time for this turban?’


Khalid bin Walid (RA) said: Once I took some locks of hair from the Prophet (SA) after He had cut them off. I kept them in my turban and since then whichever battle I have joined, I have been successful, the secret of my victories is my love for the Prophet (SA).”


The Companions listen to what the Prophet (SA) said. They acted as the Prophet instructed. They practiced what the Prophet (SA) showed them. They loved the Prophet (SA) more than their own souls.


They served and saved the faith with their great sacrifices and sincere deeds and practices.


May Allah grant us the guidance to follow in the footsteps of the brightest stars, the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (SA), at all times.


A New Year Gained or a New Year Lost ?? January 9, 2010

By Asma bint Shameem

Before we knew it, last year passed by like a flash and the new year is here…whether it is 2010 CE or 1431 of the Hijri Calendar.

For some people, the beginning of the new year is marked by excited countdowns, popping of firecrackers, partying till the wee hours of the morning and dancing.


And for some, it is a time for somber thoughtfulness and self accountability.

Instead of celebrating, they are worried and scared.

Instead of partying, they think and reflect.

Their hearts tremble and their skins shiver.

Because each year that passes means a year LESS from their lifetime…..


Each year that passes by is bringing them closer to their death….
Because, they know that with each passing year….each passing month….each passing day…..and each passing second…they are that much closer to that inevitable event when they meet their end, that much closer to their meeting with their Lord, when they will have to stand in front of Him and answer regarding all that they did.


They are aware that whatever time has passed will never come back.
They know that if they did not make the most of their time, and if they did not use their time wisely, in the obedience of Allaah, then surely, they are the losers.


Find out that beauty inside you. Coz you can Bloom but you don't want to

That is because, the Prophet (sal Allaahu Alaiyhi wa sallam) said:
“On the Day of Resurrection the feet of the son of Adam (man) will not move till he is questioned about four things: how he spent his lifetime, how he spent his youth, from where he acquired his wealth and how he spent it, and what he did with his knowledge.” (Tirmidhi)


So they take account of themselves and their deeds at the end of a year….and at the end of a month…..and at the end of a day. They are not heedless of the passage of time or day. They are conscious of every second of their lives and how important it is to spend it usefully.


You see, your life is like the pages of a calendar. As the months go by, you flip its pages, never to flip the pages back. Those months that have passed will never come back.

Similarly, as the days and weeks and months of your life go by, they too, will never come back.

What is gone, is gone.


That is why the righteous Salaf were so careful about their time and how they spent it. They made sure that no time, however short it was, passed without doing something useful, like acquiring useful knowledge, doing good deeds, helping others, or advising the Ummah.


Describing the Salafs care for time, Hasan al-Basri said: “I saw those people and how they were more careful about their time than about their Dirhams and Dinars (meaning, their money).


Regarding Imaam Hammad ibn Salamah, someone said: “It is unbelievable! I have never seen Hammad laugh at all. He was always busy explaining hadeeth, praying, reading or praising the Lord. This is how he spent his day.” And:” If you were to tell Hammad, You are going to die tomorrow’, there would be nothing he could add to what he is already doing.”

Subhaan Allaah! What consciousness of the value of time!


Ibn al-Qayyim says: “The year is like a tree, months are its branches, days are the branch sticks, hours are its leaves, and the breaths are its fruits. Therefore, if one’s breaths are in obedience [to Allah and His Messenger], the fruits of his tree are good. If they are in disobedience, his fruits are bitter. The harvest is on the Appointed Day, when one’s fruits are found out to be either good or bitter.”


The Prophet (sal Allaahu Alaiyhi wa sallam) said:

“Make the most of five things before five others: life before death, health before sickness, free time before becoming busy, youth before old age, and wealth before poverty.” (Saheeh al-Jaami’)


This Hadeeth, like so many other ahaadeeth of the Prophet (sal Allaahu Alaiyhi wa sallam), is brief, yet it is so comprehensive and loaded with meaning. Not only does it point out the value of time, but it also points out the importance of its proper utilization during our youth, and health. It urges us to take the initiative, and not to delay good deeds.


The Prophet (sal Allaahu Alaiyhi wa sallam) also said:

“Lose no time to do good deeds before you are caught up by one of seven calamities awaiting you: a starvation which may impair your wisdom; a prosperity which may mislead you; an ailment which may damage your health; an old age which may harm your senses; a sudden death; the Dajjal; or Doomsday, which is indeed the hardest and most bitter.” [at-Tirmidhi]


In fact, we see that the Sahaabah were not only careful about wasting their time; rather they would compete with one another in good deeds.

The noble and commendable competitions that occurred between Abu Bakr and Umar is well-known to all.


“Umar saw that as an opportunity to outstrip Abu Bakr and he said: Today, I am going to surpass Abu Bakr.

He said: So I came with half of my property.

The Messenger of Allaah asked: What have you left for your family? I answered: As much as this.

Then Abu Bakr came with all that he has and the Messenger of Allaah said: What have you left for your family?

He replied: I left for them Allaah and his Messenger.

It is then that I said: I shall never compete with him on anything again.” (At-Tirmidhee).

And Allaah says: “So race in goodness.” (Surah Baqarah: 148)


Some Ulamaa while commenting on the above verse said: “Whoever beats others to the righteous deeds in this world will be the foremost on the Last Day and the foremost people are the highest in position.”


Dear brothers and sisters, mans life is not free from impediments, obstacles and calamities, which can prevent him from accomplishing what could have been done earlier. Wise are those who grab available opportunities before being handicapped by obstacles.

Let us leave those people moving aimlessly in their fake pleasures and ponder over a better and sublime competition……. a competition that is encouraged by the Glorious Quraan.

It is a race towards the Pleasure of Allaah and the Paradise….a competition in the field of righteous deeds.


It is a competition in which the participants are wise people who are aware that this live is short hence they compete with one another in investing their lives in acts of obedience to Allaah.

“Therefore, race for forgiveness from your Lord, and for a Garden as wide as heaven and earth, prepared for those who believe in Allah and His Messengers. Such is the Favor of Allah; He gives it to whom He will. Allah is the Owner of great favor.”


(Surah Hadeed: 21)

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