16 Rabi-Ul-Awal 1443 AH
Sayings of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ on Marriage.
On the Last Hajj -- called Farewell Pilgrimage -- Prophet Muhammad stood among 100,000 faithful followers on Mount Arafat making his last will and testament. His message was being echoed to the entire assembly through persons appointed to repeat what they heard onward to others who could not directly hear him. He also willed that his message be carried to one and all through the ages until the Last Day so those that were not present might follow even better than those who were gathered there with him on that holy day.
He said, "Oh people, listen to my words; for I do not know if I shall be among you after this year. Remember that you have to appear before your Lord who will demand from you an account of all your actions."
He said, "Oh people, you have rights over your wives, and your wives have rights over you. Remember, you must always treat your wives with kindness. Woman is weak and cannot protect her own rights. When you got married, God appointed you the trustees of those rights. You brought your wives to your homes under the Law of God. You must not, therefore, insult the trust which God has placed in your hands."
Prophet Muhammad advised Muslims to marry; he forbade the practice of celibacy. He said, "Marriage is my precept and my practice. Those who do not follow my practice are not of me." He also said, "When a man has married, he has completed one half of his religion."
Prophet Muhammad said, "Best among you is one who is best to his wife, and I am best among you in my dealings with my wives."
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15 Rabi Ul Awal 1443 AH
Life Lessons from the life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) (Part 02)
One should be honest in trading or in business. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was very honest in conducting trade and in His day to day affairs.
Live simple life with little regard to worldly possessions. Our beloved Prophet (SAW) adopted a simple and modest lifestyle. So we should also try to live a simple life without being so much involved in worldly possessions.
Always wish good for others just like Prophet Muhammad (SAW) did in His life. Muhammad (SAW) said: “A believer wishes for others what he wishes for himself.”
Do not be unfair to others just like Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Messenger of Allah (SAW) warned those who do injustice to others in these words: “Beware of injustice, for injustice will be darkness on the Day of Resurrection.”
Holy Prophet (PBUH) was a man of high spirits and lofty character. One of His sayings is, “Even a smile can be charity.” Muhammad (SAW) was always respectful of the old, caring towards the weak and loving towards the children. We all should behave just like Prophet (PBUH) in our lives.
Treat your neighbors with Kindness. Our beloved Prophet (SAW) said: “Treat your neighbors in a kind and polite manner.”
Do not criticize others. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: “Always remember your own faults before you mention the faults of others.”
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14 Rabi Ul Awal 1443 AH
Life Lessons from the life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) (Part 01)
Always speak the truth in your life no matter what’s the situation is. Learn to be truthful, honest and sincere. Beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: “The best Jihad is when one speaks a true word in the presence of a cruel ruler.”
We learn to be kind, gentle, patient and tolerant just like Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Spreading useful knowledge is the attribute communicated by the Prophet (SAW) on Muslims.
Do good always even to those who offended you, give charity to the poor and help the needy without expecting any material reward in return just like our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
The Messenger of Allah (SAW) had an excellent, complete and sound intellect. No man has ever had an intellect as complete and perfect as His. So we should follow Him if we want to live a successful and perfect life.
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Abu Ad-Darda, RadhiAllahu Anhu, reported: The Prophet, SallAllahu Alayhi Wa Sallam, said: “The father is the middle of the gates of Paradise, so keep this gate or lose it.” [Source: Sunan Ibn Majah 3663 Grade: Sahih (authentic) according to At-Tirmidhi]
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'A'isha reported: The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) would recline in my lap when I was menstruating, and recite the Qur'an. [sahih Muslim book 3 no.0579]
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13 Rabi-Ul-Awal 1443 AH
Love for Other Creations
Beyond doing good to one another, Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. also showed how we should treat other living creatures with love and mercy. He warned against harming the animals. In a hadith, Rasulullah s.a.w. said, “A woman was punished because of a cat which she kept locked up until it died, and she entered Hell because of it, because she did not feed it or give it water when she kept it locked up, neither did she let it eat from the vermin of the earth.” (Narrated by Imam Muslim)
Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. was always gentle with other creations.The Prophet s.a.w. told us about the merits of feeding dogs.
"A man felt very thirsty while he was on the way, he came across a well. He went down the well, quenched his thirst and came out. Meanwhile, he saw a dog panting and licking mud because of excessive thirst. He said to himself, "This dog is suffering from thirst as I did." So, he went down the well again and filled his shoe with water and watered it. Allah thanked him for that deed and forgave him. The people said, "Oh Rasulullah! Is there a reward for us in serving the animals?" He replied: "Yes, there is a reward for serving any animate (living being)." (Narrated by Imam Bukhari)
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Hagia Sophia, İstanbul, Turkey.
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I hate texting, come watch the moon with me.
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"Sometimes Allah subhana wa ta'ala wants a certain level of Jannah for someone; and when their good deeds alone can't get them there, he gives them hardship."
(Sahih ibn hibban;al ihsan hadith 2908)
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"I am not worried about whether my du'a will be responded to, but rather I am worried about whether I will be able to make du'a or not. So if I have been guided (by Allah) to make du'a, then (l know) that the response will come with it."
-Umar bin Al-khattab.
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12 Rabi-Ul-Awal 1443 AH
One of the teachings of love from Prophet Muhammad s.a.w is for us to love one another. The Prophet s.a.w taught us that what we love for ourselves should also be what we love for others. In a hadith, Rasulullah s.a.w. reminded us of this golden rule.
“None of you has faith until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself”. (Hadith by Imam Bukhari)
"Love the poor and bring them near you, for He will bring you near Him on the Day of Resurrection." (Narrated by Imam Tirmizi)
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Without his ﷺ birth there would be no Islam, no Iman, no Salah, no fasting in Ramadan, no Hajj, and no Layla al-Qadr, Jumm'ah, Eid and we would never have known our Lord. Had it not been for his ﷺ arrival in this month, we would have never known La ilaha ila Allah
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Thank you to everybody who made a prayer. My grandmother just lost the battle and her soul has departed us today.
انا لله و انا اليه راجعون
If you could please recite alfatiha.
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The importance of being a righteous father.
Abdullah ibn Mas'ud used to pray at night and would see his small child sleeping. He would then say, "this is for your bright future" and whilst crying he recited: "And their father was righteous." [18:82]
Ibn Abbas said: "They were protected by the righteousness of their father."
Said lbn al Musayb said: "l pray, then when I remember my child, I increase in my prayers."
[Tafsir al Baghawi v. 5 p. 196]
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