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Hadith Info: Intentions Most Important

The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Mankind will be resurrected upon their intentions. [Muslim]

Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) says: “Among you are some that desire this world and some that desire the hereafter.” [Quran, Surah Aal-e-Imran, Ayat 152] “So whosoever hopes for the meeting with His Lord, let him work righteousness and associate none as a partner in the worship of His Lord.” [Surah Al-Kahf, Ayat 110]

An action is good and acceptable in Allah’s sight when it is done out of the consciousness (Taqwa) of Allah with a good intention and it conforms to the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam. Purifying one’s intention and keeping it free from corruption is harder upon those who try to do good than the actual work itself is. The desire for people’s praise, recognition, fame, glory, money, or some other worldly benefit creeps in quietly and quickly. That is why Imam Ibn Kathir said, “Learn your intention for it is more serious than the action” and Imam Sufyan ath-Thawri said, “I have not treated anything more difficult than my intention, because it keeps changing.” Ibn al-Mubarak said, “Maybe a small action is made great by its intention, and maybe a great action is made small by its intention.” Zayd ash-Shami said, “Verily I like that I have an intention for everything even if it be eating and drinking.” And he also said, “Make an intention for everything, desiring the good, even if it be leaving for the toilet.” [Ibn Abi ad-Dunya in “Al-Ikhlas wan-Niyyah”]

26 September 2014

Islamic Quotes and Sayings

Here’s a list of chosen Islamic sayings and teachings, some of which are directly teachings of the Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam, and some are asserted from his honorable teachings.

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“Obey Allah and Allah will reward you.”

“If you are shameless, you would do as you wish.” 

“Make sure your food is good (halaal and bought with halaal earnings), and you will be one whose prayers are answered.” 

“Follow up a bad deed with a good deed, to waive it out.” 

“Mix with people with a good attitude.”

“Fear Allah wherever you may be.” 

"Whatever you imagine in your Minds, Allah does not resemble it"

"The creator is not like His Creations"

"God Exists without a place"

“Keep away from prohibited things and you will be among the best of worshippers.” 

“Be content with what Allah has given you, and you will be among the richest of people.” 

“Love for other people what you love for yourself.” 

“Do not laugh too much, for excessive laughter deadens the heart.” 

“Wrongdoing will be multiple darkness on the Day of Resurrection.” 

“Fear Allah and treat all your children fairly.” 

“Fear the Fire, even if by giving half a date (in charity).” 

“Fear the prayer of the oppressed.” 

“Help and protection are from Allah, evil whispers are from Shaytaan.” 

“The less your wealth, the less you will be called to account for.” 

“Do not become angry, and you will be relieved.” 

“Among the most beloved of deeds to Allah is the one that is continuous, even if it is little.” 

“Among the most beloved of places are the mosques.” 

“Among the most hated of places are the marketplaces (too many lies).” 

“Among the most beloved of speech to Allah is that a person should say, ‘Subhaan Allah wa bi hamdih (Glory and praise be to Allah)’.”

“Among the most beloved of people to Allah is the one who is most helpful.” 

“Among the most beloved deed to Allah is making a Muslim happy.” 

“Among the most beloved of people to Allah are those who have the best attitudes.” 

“Beware of this world, for it is sweet and tempting.” 

“Give back the things you have been entrusted with to the person who entrusted them to you.”

“Do not betray the one who betrays you.” 

“Pray to Allah and be confident of a response.” 

“Cheer people up, do not put them down.” 

“Make things easy for people, not difficult.” 

“Eat with your right hand and eat from what is in front of you.” 

“If Allah gives you wealth, let the blessing of Allah be seen on you.” 

“If someone who is distinguished among his own people comes to you, then honor him.”

“If one with whose religion and character you are pleased comes to you (to seek your daughter’s hand in marriage), then marry (your daughter) to him.” 

“If Allah wills good to the people of a household, He guides them to be gentle.” 

“If you do something bad, follow it by doing something good.” 

“If you feel uncomfortable about something, then leave it alone.” 

“If you judge (between people), then judge fairly.” 

“If you enter a house, greet the inhabitants with salaam.” 

“If you are reminded of Allah, stop what you are doing (of sin).”

“If Allah sends you some provision without you looking forward to it or asking others for it, then take it.” 

“If you ask Allah for anything, then ask Him for al-Firdaws (the highest level of Paradise).” 

“If you hear the call to prayer, then respond to the one who is calling you to worship Allah.” 

“If you hear the call to prayer, then repeat behind the caller.” 

“If one gets angry, let him keep silent.” 

“If a man becomes angry and says ‘A^oodhu Billaah (I seek refuge with Allah),’ his anger will cease.” 

“When you stand up to pray, pray as if it is your last prayer.”

“When you get dressed and when you do wudoo’, start on the right.” 

“When any one of you meets his brother, let him greet him with salaam.” 

“Remember death when you are praying.” 

“Show mercy towards those who are on earth so that the angels who are in heaven will bring mercy on you by the order of Allah.” 

“Renounce pleasure in worldly things and Allah will have his acceptance on you.” 

“Show disinterest in what people have and people will love you.” 

“Feel properly shy and modest sincerely.” 

Protect “the head and what does through it (thoughts and ideas).” 

Protect “the stomach and what goes into it.”

“Seek help in whatever you do by being discreet.” 

“If you are given a blessing you may be envied.” 

“Intercede and you will be rewarded.” 

“Among the most grateful of people to Allah are those who are most grateful to other people.” 

The trouble with beauty is feelings of superiority. 

The trouble with generosity is extravagance. 

The trouble with noble descent is sinful pride. 

“Give to the one who denied you.”

“Uphold ties with the one who cuts you off.” 

“Forgive the one who does you wrong.” 

May Allah have mercy on the person who said good and was rewarded or who remained silent and was safe. 

Wine is the key to evil. 

The one who is more daring in giving fatwas is more deserving of punishment in Hell. 

Love the poor and mix with them. 

It is better to err in forgiving than to err in punishment. 

Do not judge between people when you are angry. 

If you count the faults of others, count your own faults instead. 

If you try to count the ednownments of Allah, you won't be able to.

If you commit a sin, say “Astaghfir-ullah (I ask Allah for forgiveness).” 

If you are given a blessing, say, “Al-Hamdu-Lillaah (praise be to Allah).” 

If some disaster befalls you, say, “Innaa Lillaahi wa innaa ilayhi raaji’oon (Truly, to Allah we belong and truly, to Him we shall return).” 

Seek rizq (provision) by giving charity

“Give food to others and say what’s good.” 

“Seek a response to du’aa’s when the iqaamah for prayer is given and when rain is falling.” 

“Worship Allah as if you see Him.” 

“Pay the hired worker his wages before his sweat dries.”

Tie up (your camel) [i.e., take the necessary precautions], and put your trust in Allah.” 

“Make the most of your life before your death.” 

Make the most of “your health before your sickness.” 

Make the most of “your time before you become busy.” 

Make Among the most of “your wealth before you become poor.” 

Make Among the most of “your youth before you become old.” 

“The best of dhikr is ‘La ilaaha illa-llah.’” 

“The good sadaqah (charity) is that given by one who has little.” 

“The upper hand (the one that gives) is better than the lower hand (the one that takes).”

The best of earnings is a good sale. 

“The good believer is one who is best in attitude.” 

“The good jihaad is the jihaad of the one who strives against his own self (jihaad al-nafs) for the sake of Allah.” 

“Read the Qur’aan throughout every month.” 

“Read the Qur’aan, for it will come and intercede for its readers on the Day of Resurrection.” 

“Pray to Allah to keep you safe and sound.” 

“Most of the sins committed by the son of Adam are sins of the tongue.” 

“Repeat often ‘Laa hawla wa laa quwwata illa billaah, it cures 99 illnesses the least of them is stress.”

“Always remember the destroyer of joy (physical pleasure): death.” 

“Lower your gaze and guard your private parts.” 
“There is less goodness in the one who is not friendly or likeable.” 

“Islam waives out what came before it (of sins).” 

“Most Bid^ah (innovations) are innovations of misguidance.”

“Control your tongue, let your house be enough for you, and weep for your sins.” 

“(Take care of) your mother, then your mother, then your mother, then your father, then other relatives in order of closeness.” 

“Feed the poor and pat the head of the orphan (i.e., show compassion).” 

“The one who points the way to good deeds is like the one who does them.”

“If your are endowed anything with a benefit, forward it to others”

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23 September 2014

A picture of you from the future

The two Grave Angels "MUNKAR AND NAKIR" Will Ask Questions, Will We Be Able To Answer It?

Although the question has long been "Leaked" but still very difficult for us to answer it.

Even we claim that we have Imaan and love for Allah Ta’ala and His Rasul (Sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam), our actions contradict our claim.

We assert and affirm that the true religion is Islam but we do not practice on its beautiful teachings. …Why?

A person may bribe, lie and cheat just to pass an examination of this world but there is no possibility for the same in the Qabr (grave).

To fly through the examination of the Qabr, we need to develop our Imaan in Allah Ta’ala, adorn our hearts with His Love and Ma’rifat (Recognition) and grace our lives with a practical expression of Islam by following the Sunnah of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam).

There is no other way to pass this most crucial examination of life.

And we should always keep in mind that there is no retesting and no remarking. A person either passes or he fails.

May Allah Ta’ala grant us the understanding of the greatness of this test, and the effort to work in the direction of preparation for the questioning of the grave, that we may pass without any difficulty and
with distinction.

"Every soul shall taste of death. And you shall be paid in full your rewards only on the Day of Resurrection. So whosoever is removed away from the Fire and is made to enter Heaven has indeed attained his goal. And the life of this world is nothing but an illusory enjoyment." [Quran 3:185]

21 September 2014

Smile Always

I have known a person for years, as he is one of my work colleagues. Would you believe me if I tell you that to this day I do not know if he has teeth or not! He is constantly frowning and sulking, as if smiling may decrease his age or wealth!

Jarir bin ‘Abdullah al-Bajali said, “The Messenger of Allah (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) never saw me except that he smiled at me.

Smiling is of various types and of different levels.

One type is to be constantly cheerful, where your face is always bright with joy. If you are a teacher and enter the classroom to see your students, meet them with a cheerful face. If you board a plane and walk through the aisle as people look at you, be cheerful. If you enter a grocery store or a petrol station, smile as you pay. If you are in a gathering and there enters a man who greets those sitting with a loud voice and gazes at them, smile. If you meet a group of people and shake their hands, smile.

Generally speaking, smiling plays an important role in suppressing anger and doubt like nothing else does. A brave man is he who is able to control his emotions and smile in the darkest of moments.

One day, Anas bin Malik – may Allah be pleased with him – was walking with the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam). The Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) was wearing a Najrani mantle with rough edging. There came a Bedouin running behind the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam), wanting to catch up with him. When he got close to the Prophet, he pulled him aggressively by his mantle, such that the mantle rubbed hard against his neck.

Anas said, “I looked at the Prophet’s neck and noticed a mark due to the edge of his mantle being so roughly pulled across his neck.

So what exactly did the man want?

Was his house burning down and he wanted help? Had the pagans attacked his people, and he turned to the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) horrified, seeking his aid? Read what he actually wanted…

He said, “O Muhammad!”(Note, he didn’t say, “O Messenger of Allah.”) Rather he said, “O Muhammad! Give me some of the wealth that Allah has given you!

The Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) turned around, smiled, and ordered that he be given something.

Yes, he was heroic – he was one who would not be agitated by such behavior, nor would he punish people over brainless actions. He was easygoing and strong enough to maintain his composure. He was always smiling, even in the darkest of moments. He would consider the consequences before performing any action. What would the benefit have been to have shouted at the man and driven him away? Would that have made his neck feel better? Would it have corrected the man’s manners? Never! It never would have had the same effect as patience and forbearance.

Sometimes we become excited and angry over issues that deserve a different approach. We should treat such issues with gentleness, leniency, and a smiling. We ought to think good of others, quash our fury and, ultimately, earn people’s pleasure.

The Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) was certainly correct when he said, “The strong man is not the one who is best at wrestling. Rather, the strong person is the one who controls himself when angry.

The noble Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) would attract people merely by smiling and being cheerful. The Muslims marched out on the expedition of Khaybar, and during the battle, a sack full of fat dropped out of the Jews’ fortress. ‘Abdullah bin Mughaffal collected it, carried it on his back quite happily and made his way to his companions.

On his way, the man responsible for collecting and organizing the booty met him and started to pull the sack from him, saying, “Give it to me! This is to be distributed amongst the Muslims!

‘Abdullah held tight to it and said, “By Allah! I will not give it to you! I got it first!

The man replied, “You will give it to me!” The two of them started pulling on the sack, and while they were doing so, the Messenger of Allah (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) passed by them. When the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) saw them as they were pulling the sack, he laughed and said to the man responsible for the booty, “Leave him alone with the sack.” Thus, the man left it in ‘Abdullah’s hands.

‘Abdullah took it to his companions and they ate it all together.

Finally, remember that to smile in your brother’s face is an act of charity.

The leader…
He never saw me except that he smiled…

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