Mufeedut Talibeen 154

Disgraced People

154. eight people when they are disgraced

 they can blame none but themselves;

one who comes to a table he is not invited to

one who orders around the owner of a home

in his own house

one who enters the conversation of people

and they did not call him

one who belittles a king

one who sits in the gathering of people he is

not worthy of

one who continues to speak to one who is

not listening

one who seeks good from his enemies and

one who hopes of virtue from lowly people

Mufeedut Talibeen 153

A King’s Advice

153. a certain king mentioned to

one of his ministers:

“what is the best thing

a person can be given?” he said:

“intelligence by which he can live by”

“if he does not get this?” he said:

“etiquette through which he shines”

“if he does not get this?” he said:

“wealth which will cover him”

“if he does not get this?” he said:

“lightening that will (strike and)

burn him and everybody

 will be saved from him”

Five Reasons why Allah Ta’ala uses problems

Five Reasons why Allah uses problems

            The problems you face will either defeat you or develop you –        depending

            on how you respond to them. Unfortunately, most people fail to        see how

            Allah wants to use problems for good in their lives. They react        foolishly

            and resent their problems rather than pausing to consider what        benefit they

            might bring.

            Here are five ways Allah wants to use the problems in your life:

            1. Allah uses problems to DIRECT you.

            Sometimes Allah must light a fire under you to get you moving.        Problems

often point us in a new direction and motivate us to change. Is Allah trying

            to get your attention? “Sometimes it takes a painful situation to        make us

            change our ways.”

2. Allah uses problems to INSPECT you.

            People are like tea bags…if you want to know what’s inside them,        just drop

them into hot ever water! Has Allah tested your faith with a problem? What do

            problems reveal about you? “When you have many kinds of troubles, you should be full of        joy,

            because you know that these troubles test your faith, and this        will give you

            patience.”

3. Allah uses problems to CORRECT you.

            Some lessons we learn only through pain and failure. It’s likely        that as a

            child your parents told you not to touch a hot stove…. But you        probably

            learned by being burned. Sometimes we only learn the value of        something…

health, money, a relationship.. .. by losing it. “It was the best        thing that

            could have happened to me, for it taught me to pay attention to        Your laws.”

4. Allah uses problems to PROTECT you.

            A problem can be a blessing in disguise if it prevents you from        being harmed

            by something more serious.. Last year a friend was fired for        refusing to do

            something unethical that his boss had asked him to do. His        unemployment was

            a problem – but it saved him from being convicted and sent to        prison a year

            later when management’s actions were eventually discovered. “You        intended to

            harm me, but Allah intended it for good…”

5. Allah uses problems to PERFECT you.

            Problems, when responded to correctly, are character builders.        Allah is far

            more interested in your character than your comfort. Your        relationship to

            Allah and your character are the only two things you’re going to        take with

            you into eternity. “We can rejoice when we run into problems…they        help us

            learn to be patient.. And patience develops strength of character        in us and

            helps us trust Allah more each time we use it until finally our        hope and

            faith are strong and steady.”

Here’s the point:

            Allah is at work in your life – even when you do not recognize        it or

            understand it.

            But it’s much easier and profitable when you cooperate with Him.

            Allah Knows Best…www.malegoanjamea.wordpress.com

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The Beauty Of Memorising The Holy Qur’aan

By UmmeLuqman

Assalaamu  Alaikum

My excitement of my son’s hifz jalsa actually tempted me to write this note

And may this sad story of mine affect  and influence da hearts of many  many mothers to send their sons InSha ALLAH TOWARDS  the direction of that path ,that Allah Ta’ala and his beloved Nabi[S.A.W.]  love most

INNA MA’AL USRI YUSRA FAINNA MA’AL USRI YUSRA

Indeed with difficulty there is ease and surely  with difficulty there is ease

jzk so much every1  for everything for all those who know me personally you know  how much i went through with this baby of mine from the time he was born  uptill now  I make dua to Allah to grant  my son long life to serve his deen AAMEEN

From the time he was born he experienced many difficulties  in his life  as far as his health was concerned

a life of pain suffering misery etc in and out of hospital, medication etc

if i go on and on it wont finish cos there is so much to discuss about

He was afflicted with many sicknesses and at one stage we actually gave up hope on him we thought that he would’nt make it ,But Allah Ta’ala is so great and so merciful that with everyone’s duaz he pulled through Alhumdulillah

As as he grew up   the medication he was taking at one stage made him forget most of his things and he couldn’t remember anything he even forgot where he stayed and who his parents were, and after monitoring his health continuosly and daily  he recuperated very fast and he insisted that he wants to become a Hafiz and he wants to finish it up we did feel sorry for him ‘but we didn’t stop him eithe’r  if this is what he wants this is what he will get  and BISMILLAH he was on his way to learn the Quraan and despite what he went through he managed  to make his Alalh Ta’ala happy and made us  all happy in the end

ADVICE TO MOTHERS IS NEVER TELL YOUR CHILD

ITS TOO DIFFICULT FOR YOU

NO YOU CAN’T MAKE IT

NO YOUR BRAINS CAN’T TAKE IT

ETC ETC.

A child can actually learn  Arabic and the Qur’aan from the age of 1

BELIEVE IT OR NOT ITS TRUE

if your child can memorise english songs and indian songs and nursery ryhmes etc then he is also ready to memorise the Qur’aan

The quickest and easiest way for him to memorise his  Qur’aan  is that one should recite Qur’aan daily

that cds and  cassettes etc should be played daily at home cos they grasp quicker and better in that manner and repetition of the Surahs Increases the hifzh memory and there  are so many success stories to  prove that

MAY ALLAH TA’ALA ACCEPT HIM FOR THE PURPOSE OF HIS DEEN  [Islam] AAMEEN

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THE REWARDS OF ONE WHO BECOMES A HAFIZ

 IN THE DUNYA

The Hafiz of the Quran has such a rank in this world that he is one of only two types of people considered worthy of envy.

 Under the Chapter of the Blessedness of the Holy Quran’s keeper in Sahih Bukhari is the following hadith:

 “Abu Huraira t narrated that Rasulullah r said: There is no jealousy but of two men: A man whom Allah has taught the Quran and he recites is during the hours of the night and during the hours of the day, and his neighbor listens to him and says: “I wish I had been given what has been given to so-and-so, in order that I might do what he does; and a man whom Allah has given wealth and he spends it on what is just and right, whereupon another man may say: “I wish I had been given what so-and-so has been given, for then I would do what he does” (Sahih Bukhari).

 In a riwaayah from Tirmidhi listed in Muntakhab Ahadith is the following detail of the reward for reciting each letter of the Quran:

 Abdullah ibn Masud t narrated that Rasulullah r said: He who reads one letter of the Quran it (becomes) for him a good deed, and a single good deed is rewarded (by Allah) by ten times the like thereof. I am not saying that Alif-Lam-Mim is (just) one word, but that Alif is a (separate) letter (word), Lam is a (separate) letter (word), and Mim is a (separate) letter (word). (Tirmidhi)

 Mufti Ebrahim Desai (db) writes:

 “For every alphabet of the Quran he had recited, he earned a minimum of ten rewards. The maximum reward is best known by Allah U. The Quran has 6666 verses. Every verse has many alphabets. Imagine the number of alphabets a Hafiz recites. On an average of 3 alphabets per verse a Hafiz will recite approximately, 20,000 (twenty thousand) alphabets in the entire Quran. That multiplied by ten rewards per alphabet is 200,000 (two hundred thousand). In the course of memorising the Quran, a Hafiz makes great sacrifices. He recites one verse many times. If he had recited one verse at least 10 times, the reward of completing the Quran only once will be two million. Imagine how many times thereafter, a Hafiz recites the Quran, how many Taraweehs he performs, the rewards of all that is far beyond our very limited comprehension. Probably, mathematical figures will be exhausted but not the infinite rewards of Allah U for a Hafiz-ul-Quran.”

 In addition to the rewards one accrues for the hereafter there are also benefits which are become manifest in the dunya also:

“Hadrat Abu Hurairah t says: In the house where the Quran is read, the household members increase, virtues and blessings multiply, angels descend upon the house and Shaytaan quits the home.” (Fazail-e-Quran)

 ON THE DAY OF QIYAMAH

 Mufti Ebrahim Desai (db) has written:

 “Mu’aadh al-Juhani narrates that Rasulullah r said, ‘Whosoever recites the Quran and practices upon its injunctions, the reciter’s parents will be given a crown on the day of Qiyaamat. The brightness of that crown will be more intense than the brightness of the sun in your actual house.’

 Rasulullah r further said, ‘What do you think will be given to the Hafiz (reciter) of the Quran himself?’” (Mishkaat Vol I.)

 Shaykh ul Hadith writes in Fazail-e-Quran that Hadhrat Umar t reports that Rasulullah r “Three persons are such as will have no fear of the horrors on the Day of Judgement, nor will they be required to render any account. They will stroll merrily on mounds of musk until the people are relieved of rendering their account. One is a person who learnt the Quran, merely seeking Allah’s U pleasure and therewith leads people in salaat in a manner that they are pleased with him…”

 He writes further: “The severity, the horror, the dread and the miseries of the Day of Judgement are so great that a true Muslim is neither mindful nor unaware of them. To be relieved of those worries in any way on the Day of Judgement is a favor that surpasses thousands of blessings and millions of pleasures. The narrator of this hadith, Hadrat Abdullah Ibn Umar t is quoted as saying: “If I had not heard this hadith from Rasulullah r once, once again, and once again (he repeated it seven times), I would never have reported it.”

 TOWARDS JANNAH

 Maulana Ashiq Ilahi (rah) writes that Hadrat Ali t reports that Rasulullah r said:

 “Anyone who knows the Quran by heart and follows the lawful and the prohibited according to it, he will be sent to Heaven by Allah U.” (Tirmidhi).

 He continues: “One who knows the Holy Quran by heart will be allowed to intercede for ten persons with success. But one should mention that the intercessor must be practicing the laws mentioned in the Quran and fulfilling all the demands of the Book of Allah U. (What Happens After Death)

 It is narrated from Hadhrat Abdullah ibn Amr t that Rasulullah r said: Allah U will say to a Hafiz (upon his death and on the day of Qiyaamat) ‘Recite the Quran and (upon reciting each Verse) climb (a stage in Jannah) and continue reciting as you used to in the world as your abode in Jannah is upon the last verse you recite.’ (Mishkaat vol.1 pg.186; Me’raaj)

 Mufti Ebrahim Desai (db) commenting on this hadith states: “Obviously, the Hafiz will stop at the last verse of the Quran. The commentators of [this] Hadith have stated that the highest abode in Jannah is equivalent to the number of verses in the Qur’aan. Therefore, upon completing the recitation of the Quran, a Hafiz will be in highest abode of Jannah.”