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Salam readers

Salam readers, it has been a while since I last posted on this blog.

 

I intend to become more regular and may Allah help me in this endeavour insha’Allah.

 

In the past I would write long articles, with many paragraphs often with great detail, references and so forth. Now I will from time to time write more frequently and more freely, albeit perhaps at times with less detailed references but a more general exploration or humble reminders to all.

For now I would like to wish that everyone who reads this particular message goodness for them and their family. and their loved ones. For those who do not have a family, may Allah give them a family. For those who do not have loved ones or are not loved, please make them loved and give them ones whom they are close to, who help them, who care for them.

Life is hard. Life is a test, with many trials and tribulations, like a ship swinging to and fro in turbulent waters in a dark stormy night. So you, whoever you may be, Muslim, Christian, Jew, Hindu, Buddhist, atheist, Sikh, Jain, Zoroastrian, black, white, brown, though I am a believer in Islam and believe it to be the truth, may Allah guide all of us to the truth and give us happiness.

 

Smile, do not cry, do not weep, do not be disconsolate. Help is close. Your Creator, the almighty, the one who has power over all things and all men is here. He can hear you. Turn to him.

 

Whatever problem you may have oh brother, oh sister, be it disease, disloyal husbands or wives, abusive children, heartache, pain, my it end, may it go, and may you be happier. Be patient oh son of Adam, oh daughter of Adam. For many were they who endured tribulations far greater than yours, trials and torments that if you were to know of them or to see them in front of you would make your eyes bulge or your heart shake with shock. This is life, but remember the Creator can see all and can help if you turn to him.

 

Do not cry. Do not be sad.

May Allah bless you.

  • Faatih Adam
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Surah Az-Zumar 21

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Remember Allah

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And be patient….

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Jumah Mubarak! End of January 2016

In the name of Allah the most merciful, the most beneficient

Jumah Mubarak, a blessed Friday to all my readers!

 

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Durood upon the prophet 5

In the name of Allah the most beneficient, the most merciful

Today I have been thinking about the holy prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم. Today I have been thinking about how he used to be a shepherd when he was a young boy.

He used to tend towards the sheep and this required many qualities.

Vigilance

A shepherd has to be vigilant and be aware of any possible impending danger to his flock.

Defending the weak

This required protecting the sheep from stronger predatory animals which sought to devour them.

Care and compassion

Tending towards the sheep if they had pain or were pregnant or were about to deliver a baby lamb.

Endurance & Forebearance

The prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم would have had to have been patient, enduring the weather including the possibly at times hot Arabian sun beating down upon his noble face. The weather, the being secluded from other people and thus social interaction that is the isolation, the being away from food (as he would have no access to food besides that which he had brought himself) and many other factors cultivated his ability to be patient and endure. This becomes particularly relevant when we remember that for around 3 years of his adult life during his prophethood he and his followers were ostracized by his tribe, boycotted under a formal agreement amongst his tribe, the Quraish, that his clan would be ostracized.

Dealing with solitude

When one is alone, one often does not have to respond to the practical requests, orders or conversation of others. Naturally it often causes someone to think of things beyond the mundane and everyday, perhaps to engage in introspection, perhaps to contemplate. Later on in his life, the prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم would go on retreats including in a cave in the mountain of Hira in his search and struggle for the truth.

 

How wonderful it would have been to have been with the holy prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم during those times when he was alone tending to sheep.

How wonderful it would have been to have been able to speak to him, to engage in conversation with him.

How wonderful it would have been to have been able to help him with any need or request of his.

May Allah bless this noble and kind man.

Here are some pictures of people caring for their sheep.

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Oh Allah please send peace and prayers upon our noble prophet.

 

All praise be to Allah the lord of the worlds and the master of existence. Peace and prayers be upon our noble prophet and upon his noble family and companions and his ummah (Islamic nation) and his brothers, the Anbiya (the prophets) and upon their followers. Peace be upon them all and may Allah make us all love our holy prophet and make us others love him. The one who does not love the prophet is not part of the ultimate love, the greatest love, the love of the Creator of the universe for the best of the creation, the beloved of Allah, Muhammad ibn Abdullah.

Peace be upon our noble prophet, the kind, soft, warm-hearted man inclined to mercy and forgiveness, the one who did not look at people’s forms and appearances, the one for whom the internal character of a person was much more important.

Peace be upon him and let us make durood for him day and night, every hour of the day and make others too love him and send peace and prayers upon him.

Ameen, thumma Ameen.

 

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Jum’ah Mubarak 2

 

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Once again another week has gone by.

We are all still alive and so are relatives insha’Allah. Give thanks to Allah for their continued survival and ask him to help those who have lost their loved ones.

Tonight is Thursday or Islamically “Lailatul Jumah”, the night of Friday. The holiest night of the Islamic week.

May Allah accept all our good deeds of the week gone and increase us in good deeds for the week to come, forgive us for our sins and shower us with even more blessings than the countless blessings he has already endowed us with.

All praise be to Allah and peace be upon his final messenger, whom we should never forget and always remember and love, and his noble family and companions and his brothers the prophets and their followers.

 

Ameen, thumma Ameen.

 

  • Faatih

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