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Old 11-28-2009, 02:33 PM   #101
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You can be the happiest woman in the world: A treasure chest of reminders.
by: 'Aid al Qarni

"My sister, read this book...." (p.11) lol

"It is sufficient honor for you that you are Muslim. Hadith: "If a woman obeys her Lord, offers her 5 daily prayers and preserves her honor, she will enter the Paradise of Her Lord." (p.29)

"The way to happiness is to be found in clarity of knowledge and soundness of education."

"Your gold is your religion, your adornment is your moral attitude, and your wealth is your good manners." (p.30)

"All people will live, the one who lives in a palace and the one who lives in a hovel. But who is the one who is happy?."

"Soon the flowers will bloom, grief will depart & happiness will prevail."

"Be optimistic, even if you are in the of the storm."

"There is no power and no strength except with Allah (SWT)."

[continued..]




"Laziness is kin to failure..." (p.33)

"Allah is what brings happiness and a clear conscience."

"From one minute to the next there could be a way out." (p.36)

"Sickness is a message in which there is glad tiding, and good health is a garment that has a price."

"Do not destroy your heart with your own hands." (p.37)

"Allah is the Who brings relief from worry and distress. So turn to Him and call upon Him, and always repeat this du'a:

-Allahumma inni a'udhu bika min al-hammi wal-hazan wa a'udhu bika min al-ajzi wal-kasal wa a'udhu bika min al-bukhli wal-jubn wa a'udhu bika min ghalbat ad-dayn wa qahr ar-rijaal.
(O Allah I seek refuge with You from distress and grief, and I seek refuge with you from incapacity and laziness, and I seek refuge with You from miserliness and cowardice, and I seek refuge in You from the burden of debt and from being overpowered by men.)

*If you have the book "Fortress of the Muslims: Invocations from the Qur'an and Sunnah, see page: 142*

"Plant a tasbih (saying Subhanallah..) in a second, an idea in a minute, and a deed in an hour." (p.38)

"Wipe away the tear of the orphan in order to attain pleasure of the Most Merciful and a house in Paradise."
(p.40)

"Is not morning close at hand?"
(p.42)
-You have to seek reward with Allah (SWT). If some worry, distress or grief befalls you, remember that it is an expiation of sins.

"Prayer is guaranteed to bring tranquility and chase away worry."

"Buy with charity the du'a and love of the poor and needy." (p.45)

"Be content in that which Allah has decreed for you, and you will be the richest of people." (p.46)

"Look at the clouds and not at the ground." (p.47)
-Be ambitious, keep climbing and always have hope.

"Beware of the du'a of the one who has been wronged and the tears of the one who has been deprived." (p.49)

"The wise woman turns a desert into a garden." (p.51)

"Take from the breeze its tenderness, from the musk its fragrance and from the mountain its steadfastness." (p.53)
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Old 12-12-2009, 10:37 PM   #102
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“The companions used to play by throwing watermelon skins at each other, but when it was time for seriousness, they were real men.”

(Adab al-Mufrad)
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Old 12-17-2009, 11:22 AM   #103
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"Qurtubi said, 'Think now of how your heart will be filled with terror when you see the siraat and how narrow it is, then your gaze falls upon the blackness of Hell beneath it. Then your ears are filled with the angry roaring of Hell, and you are commanded to walk on the siraat, even though you are so weak, your heart is pounding, your feet are trembling and your back is so weighed down with the burden of your sins that you can hardly walk on the land, let alone the narrow edge of the siraat. How will it be when you put one of your feet upon it, and you feel how sharp it it, and you are forced to lift your other foot, the other people are ahead of you, slipping and stumbling, and the keepers of Hell are grabbing them with hooks and spikes, and you can see them tilting their heads down towards Hell and lifting their feet. What a terrifying scene it will be. How difficult it will be to cross this narrow space!'"

The Day of Resurrection: In Light of the Quran and Sunnah
Umar S. al-Ashqar
page 379-380
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Old 12-17-2009, 08:23 PM   #104
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"Qurtubi said, 'Think now of how your heart will be filled with terror when you see the siraat and how narrow it is, then your gaze falls upon the blackness of Hell beneath it. Then your ears are filled with the angry roaring of Hell, and you are commanded to walk on the siraat, even though you are so weak, your heart is pounding, your feet are trembling and your back is so weighed down with the burden of your sins that you can hardly walk on the land, let alone the narrow edge of the siraat. How will it be when you put one of your feet upon it, and you feel how sharp it it, and you are forced to lift your other foot, the other people are ahead of you, slipping and stumbling, and the keepers of Hell are grabbing them with hooks and spikes, and you can see them tilting their heads down towards Hell and lifting their feet. What a terrifying scene it will be. How difficult it will be to cross this narrow space!'"

The Day of Resurrection: In Light of the Quran and Sunnah
Umar S. al-Ashqar
page 379-380
subhanallah...
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Old 01-23-2010, 10:45 AM   #105
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Enjoy the presence of your parents, obey them,
tell them you love them, and
resolve your conflicts...
before it's too late.
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Old 02-12-2010, 10:13 PM   #106
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"It has always been the youth that helped Islam.

Ibrahim (AS) - a young boy broke the idols,

Ibn Abbas - a scholar at 14,
Az-Zubair first to lift the sword at 12,
Usamah bin Zaid 16yr old youngest army general,
2 young boys killed Abu Jahl,
Md bin alQasim - conquered India at 17,
Md bin alFattah conquered Damascus - he had a vision for it at 10.

O young men and women of the Ummah,
- What legacy will you leave behind?"

(Shaykh Tawfique Chowdhury)
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:49 PM   #107
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A beautiful Hadith I thought I'd share:

At-Tirmidhi narrates on the authority of Abu Hurairah (RA) that the Messenger of Allah (SAWS) said:

"When Allah created Paradise, He sent Jibreel to it and said, 'Look at it and the pleasures I have prepared for its inhabitants.' So Jibreel came to Paradise and looked at what Allah had prepared for its inhabitants. He then returned to Allah and said, 'I swear by Your Grandeur that not a single person will hear of it except that he will enter it (i.e he will do anything to enter it).'

Then Allah ordered Paradise to be surrounded by adversities, calamities and detestable things and He said to Jibreel, 'Go back and look at it and what I have prepared for its inhabitants.' Jibreel went back to Paradise and found that it had been surrounded by adversities, calamities and detestable things, so he returned to Allah and said, 'I swear by Your Grandeur that I fear that no one will enter it (i.e he will do anything to avoid it).'

Then Allah said to Jibreel, 'Go to Hell and look at it and the punishments that I have prepared for its inhabitants.' Jibreel looked at Hell and found it extremely horrible, so he said to Allah, 'I swear by Your Grandeur that not a single person will hear of it except that he will avoid entering it.' Then Allah ordered Hell to be surrounded by desires and luxuries and said to Jibreel, 'Go back to it.' Jibreel returned to Hell and then said, 'I swear by Your Grandeur that no one will be able to escape from it.'"
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Old 02-17-2010, 11:33 AM   #108
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''Things aren’t always as they seem. Umm Musa was told to throw her son in the river, Yusuf was left for dead in a well, Maryam delivered a child alone, Yunus was swallowed by a whale, Ibrahim was thrown in the fire and Umm Salamah thought no one could be better than Abu Salamah…Yet look at how it turned out for them in the end. So don’t worry, Allah has a plan for you.''
-AmatuAllah
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Old 03-30-2010, 12:50 AM   #109
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:Types of Hearts:

Just as the heart may be described in terms of being alive or dead, it may also be regarded as belonging to one of three types; these are the healthy heart, the dead heart, and the sick heart.


The Healthy Heart

On the Day of Resurrection, only those who come to Allah with a healthy heart will be saved. Allah says: "The day on which neither wealth nor sons will be of any use, except for whoever brings to Allah a sound heart. (26:88-89)"

In defining the healthy heart, the following has been said: "It is a heart cleansed from any passion that challenges what Allah commands, or disputes what He forbids. It is free from any impulses which contradict His good. As a result, it is safeguarded against the worship of anything other than Him, and seeks the judgement of no other except that of His Messenger (saws). Its services are exclusively reserved for Allah, willingly and lovingly, with total reliance, relating all matters to Him, in fear, hope and sincere dedication. When it loves, its love is in the way of Allah. If it detests, it detests in the lght of what He detests. When it gives, it gives for Allah. If it witoholds, it withholds for Allah. Nevertheless, all this will not suffice for its salvation until it is free from following, or taking as its guide, anyone other than His Messenger (saw)."

A servant with a healthy heart must dedicate it to its journey's end and not base his actions and speech on those of any other person except Allah's Messenger (saws). He must not give precedence to any other faith or words or deeds over those of Allah and His Messenger, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. Allah says:

"Oh you who believe, do not put yourselves above Allah and His Messenger, but fear Allah, for Allah is Hearing, Knowing. (49:1)"


The Dead Heart

This is the opposite of the healthy heart. It does not know its Lord and does not worship Him as He commands, in the way which He likes, and with which He is pleased. It clings instead to its lusts and desires, even if these are likely to incur Allah's displeasure and wrath. It worships things other than Allah, and its loves and its hatreds, and its giving and its withholding, arise from its whims, which are of paramount importance to it and preferred above the pleasure of Allah. Its whims are its imam. Its lust is its guide. Its ignorance is its leader. Its crude impulses are its impetus. It is immersed in its concern with worldly objectives. It is drunk with its own fancies and its love for hasty, fleeting pleasures.

It is called to Allah and the akhira from a distance but it does not respond to advice, and instead it follows any scheming, cunning shayton. Life angers and pleases it, and passion makes it deaf and blind (1) to anything except what is evil.

To associate and keep company with the owner of such a heart is to tempt illness: living with him is like taking poison, and befriending him means utter destruction.


The Sick Heart

Thisi s a heart with life in it, as well as illness. The former sustains it at one moment, the latter at another, and it follows whichever one of the two manages to dominate it. It has love for Allah, faith in Him, sincerity towards Him, and reliance upon Him, and these are what give it life. It also has a craving for lust and pleasure, and prefers them and strives to experience them. It is full of self-admiration, which can lead to its own destruction. It listens to two callers: one calling it to Allah and His Prophet (saws) and the akhira; and the other calling it to the fleeting pleasures of this world. It responds to whichever one of the two happens to have most influence over it at the time.

The first heart is alive, submitted to Allah, humble, sensitive and aware; the second is brittle and dead; the third wavers between either its safety or its ruin.


~Abu Bakr (r.a.) said: Without knowledge action is useless and knowledge without action is futile.~

From: “Purification of the Soul” by Imam Al-Ghazali
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Old 04-21-2010, 10:02 PM   #110
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"Tears are the way the heart communicates what it cannot say." Yasir Qadhi
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