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ARAFA DOA 11

 O He who does not take people, who disobey, to task in a hurry. O He who granted amnesty to the magicians )who confronted Moosaa on the behest of Firawn( although they used to, day after day, deny the truth,  
خ to such a degree that while they ate their daily food, making use of His bounties, worshipped some one else other than Him, opposed Him, ran away from Him, and belied His Messengers.  
خ O Allah! O Allah! O He who originated the beginning! O He who brought into being! There is no equal comparable to Thee, O Everlasting! There is no end )ceasing( for Thee, O Everliving! O He who, when there will be no living being,  
خ shall bring the dead to life again! O He who keeps an eye on and watches over every soul, as towhat for and how )they( make efforts!  
خ O He unto whom rarely I turned thankful but who did not deprive me of the supports of life; my lapses were many but He did not put me to shame; I boldly transgressed but He did not let )my conduct( become known!  
خ O He who looked after me in my childhood! O He who provided me with the means of subsistence when I grew up!  
خ O He whose favours bestowed on me cannot be counted, and His bounties cannot be reviewed in detail! O He who placed at my disposal goodness and kindness, )but( I, in return, held out evil and wickedness.  
 
 
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TAFSIR

وَ اذْكُرُوا نِعْمَةَ اللَّهِ عَلَيْكُمْ وَ ميثاقَهُ الَّذي واثَقَكُمْ بِهِ إِذْ قُلْتُمْ سَمِعْنا وَ أَطَعْنا وَ اتَّقُوا اللَّهَ إِنَّ اللَّهَ عَليمٌ بِذاتِ الصُّدُورِ (7) 
                        Commentary)Nimunih(, Vol2, Page: 35
 
7 - - AND REMEMBER ALLAH'S FAVOUR) BOUNTY (ON YOU AND HIS COVENANT WHICH HE RATIFIED WITH YOU; WHEN YOU SAID; - - WE HEARD AND WE OBEY. AND BEWARE OF ALLAH,
THAT HE KNOWS WELL, THE CONTENTS OF THE CHESTS.) THE
SECRETS OF THE HEARTS (
THE COMMENTARY
OD'S COVENANTS) VERSE NO. 7 (
At first the verse refers to God's favour or bounty on Muslims, advising them not to forget it. Although the bounty here is used in
singular, it can be taken in common gender to mean all kinds of bounties.
The favour here may also mean Islam, which is a wide variety of bounties collected under the title of Islam religion. Islam cleans them
spiritually and physically. They were foes, Islam made them friends.
They were idolater with many gods and Islam converted them to Monotheists. They were cruel and oppressors in conduct, Islam made
them kind and gentle. They were stubborn and savage, and Islam
civilized them. These and countless other bounties they may obtain
under the light and shade of Islam.
As for the convenant that has been pointed to in this verse, there are two views: - - 1 (It can be the convenant that the Muslims made with the Messenger of God, in Hudaybeyeh, or it might be the first and the second covenant of Aqabeh, in a valley near Mina, which was ratified some fourteen month before Emigration. Either it might be the tacit
obligations that they bore morally when they converted by testifying that there is no God except Allah and that Mohammad S. A. is God's
Messenger.
                        Commentary)Nimunih(, Vol2, Page: 45
 
2 (The second idea, holds the covenant as the obligations that arise from man's creation and are due to his spiritual or physical nature, and his relations to God. Allah created man, and implanted in
him the faculty of knowledge and wisdom.
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Nahj Al-Balaghah

Naj al-balaghah:

Sermon 76

Allah may bless him who listens to a point of wisdom and retains it , when he is invited to the right path he approaches it , he follows a leader (by caching his waist band) and finds salvation, keeps Allah before his eyes and fears his sins, performs actions sincerely and acts virtuously, earns treasure of heavenly rewards, avoids vice, aims at ( good) objective and reaps recompense, faces his desires and rejects (fake) hopes, makes endurance the means to his salvation and piety the provision for his death, rides on the path of honour and sticks to the highway of truth, makes good use of his time and hastens towards endand takes with him the provision of (good) actions. 

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Salat (Prayer) 20

Salat (Prayer)20

The following Qur'anic verse reflects the profound influence of the / salat / on the personality of man .

اتل ما اوحی الیک من الکتاب و اقم الصلاه ، ان الصلاه تنهی عن الفحشاء والمنکر و لذکرالله اکبر والله یعلم ما تصنعون .

'' Recite that which has been revealed to you of the Book, and keep up the salat . Surely , the salat keeps (one) away from indecency and evil, andcertainly remembrance, Allah is the greatest, and Allah knows what you do ( the Holy Qur'an 29;45) Salat brings man spiritual felicity and prevents his soul from getting dull, sad, and despondent. Salat is an action which develops the sense of duty and responsibility. A committed man who makes a point of performing /salawat/(prayers) regularly, cultivates a commendable habit, and at least respects one moral obligation and Islamic duty. This habit discourages carelessness and negligence on his part towards other duties. It makes him a useful person and helps him to progress in the course of his life.   

 

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Author : admin Wednesday 11 November 2020

Islamic Laws 16

Islamic Laws 16

Wudhu16:

In Wudhu, it is obligatory to wash the face and hands, and to wipe the front portion of the head and the upper part of two feet. The length of the face should be washed from the upper part of the forehead, wherehair grow, up to the farthest end of the chin, and its breadth should be washed to the part covered between the thumb and the middle finger. If even a small part of this area is left out, Wudhu will be void . Thus, in order to enshure that the prescribed part has been fully washed, one should also wash a bit of the adjacent part. If the hands or the face of a person are larger or smaller than normal he should observe how people normaly wash their face, and follow accordingly. Also, if he has hair on part of his forehead, orthe frontal part of his head is bald, he should wash his forehead as is usually washed by the people.

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Sunan An-nabi 16

Sunan an-nabi 16

He said; I then asked him about the silence of the Noble Prophet so he said; His silence was based on four things: forbearance, caution, consideration and contemplation. As for {his silence in } consideration, this was in order to look and listen to everyone equally. As for contemplation, it was about what remains and what perishes. He had a perfect balance of forbearance and patience. Nthing would enrage him or upset him. He was cautiousin four things: in his doing a good deed so that others would emolat him, in this abandoning evil so that others would also reject it, in his struggle to make the best decisions to reform his community, and in his performing that which secures the good of this world and the next.  

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A new beginning of Heart & Soul17

Anew beginning of heart & soul 17

Release witness the materialistic and hypocritical characteristics in HAJJ and see that HAJJ has taken a distance from its spiritual aspects and if the actions which we choose for ourselves or either imposed upon us by others are anti-spiritual in nature , we then must know that we have drifted away from the philosophy of HAJJ. Those who spend most of their times during HAJJ in doing things which are in the opposite direction of spirituality I . e . drowning oneself in materialism and distancing from God; they actually lessen the fortunes that the almighty God has gifted them in HAJJ , without even themselves knowing it . They think that they will gain something; while actually they are bereaved of something and by drowing themselves in materialistic values they damage those spiritual gifts.

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Nahj Al-Balaghah

Nahj Al - Balaghah Sermon 45

Praise is due to Allah from Whose mercy no one loses hope, from Whose bounty no one is deprived, from Whose forgiveness no one is disappointed andforWhose worship no one is too high. His mercy never ceases and His bounty is never missed. This world is a placefor which destruction is ordained and for its inhabitants departure from here is destined . It is sweet andgreen . It hastens towards its seeker and attaches to the heart of the viewer. So depart from here with the best of provision available with you and do not ask herein more than what is enough and do not demand from it more than subsistence

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Author : admin Thursday 24 September 2020

Islamic Laws 15

Islamic Laws 15 

If rain water falls on najis dust or sand , soaking it thoroughly , it become Pak . If rain water collects at a place , even ifits quantity is less than a Kurr , and a najis thing is washed in it whileit is raining , it becomes Pak provided that, it does not assume the smell , colour , or taste of that najasat . While using the toilet for relieving oneself , the front or the back part of one'sbody should not face the holy Kabah. If a person sits in the toilet with the front part of his body or the back facing the Qibla , but turns the private parts away from that direction, it will not be enough. Similarly, when the front part of the body or the back does notface Qibla , as a precaution, heshould not allow theprivate parts to face that direction

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Sunan An-nabi 15

Sunan an-Nabi 15 

When he spoke , those who were sitting with him were mesmerized , motionless and silent with awe- as though there were birds perched on their heads. When he became silent , they spoke. They never debated in his presence; when one would speak , the others would listen to him until he had finished and they would take turns to speak in his presence. He would laugh when they laughed and express surprise when they expressed surprise. He was patient with the incivility of the outsider in his questioning and speech , even if his companions objected. He would say : "if you see a person in need then assist him ,"He would not accept praise except from one who was sincere in his professing himself a Muslim. He never interrupted anyone's talk unless the person exceeded the limits, in which case he would interject by asking him to desist or by standing up

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A new beginning of Heart & Soul16

A new beginning 16 :

University of wisdom :

Qur'an names the actions of HAJJ as "rituals" . This means that they are not just individual actions performed as a personal obligation; rather , they are a sign for inciting man's awareness and wisdom to that particular thing which these rituals are symbolic for . Belief in one God is behind these signs and symbols i. e repudiation of all those forces which in some or the other way have taken the body and soul of the human being under their control , and substantiating absolute authority of the almighty over wxisting entity or in another clear and familiar phrase: authority of Islamic system and Islamic provisions over individual and social life of Muslims

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Salat (Prayer) 19

Salat 19 :

The hymn which protects man's personality." "The hymn of purity and virtue." "The hymn of peace and good relations with all the righteous men of Allah

It is the hymn which all Muslims must racite five times daily, so that remembrance of and faith in Allah become stronger, enabling man to sustain and keep alive his high human qualitiesand guard against the deviation from the right Divine path . It guards him too ,against the pollution of attributingassociates to Allah Almighty, getting morally corrupt by the influence of enticing beauties or wordly pleasures , fear of the self_centred powers, and disagreement with Allah's righteous servants. It also safeguards him from all other spiritual corrptions. It is like the humn (that) the soldiers recite every morning and evening, to keep the spirit of heroism and courage alive, or like the hymn the pioneers recite to strenghen their spirit of benevolence and beneficence 

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TAFSIR

Tafsir:THE COMMENTARY

LEANSING THE BODY AND SOUL) VERSE NO. 6 (
The verse begins with the essentials of the ablutions that are preparatory to prayers; the religious term of which is VOZOO.
According to the narrations that we have received from the House- hold of the prophet, and his near companions, VOZOO consists of: - -
                        Commentary)Nimunih(, Vol2, Page: 25
 
1 (the wash of face. 2 (the wash of both hands up to the elbows.
3 (wiping a little of the crown of the head with the washed and wetted right hand in order to clean it. 4 (Wiping the back of the feet with the
hands which are washed and are still wet.
If you have sex pollution, the case is different, and you have to wash and bathe your whole body, before attending your prayer. The
technical term for this kind of ablution is known as GHOSL. When you
have already performed the ablution GHOSL, there is no need to do the Vozzo, and it can do for both.
Then there are the exceptions to be considered and taken to practice: - - One may not find water at all, or he might be sick, or wounded, so that he cannot medically wash his limbs, or he may be on a journey, without the access to water; In such case, another performance takes the place of washings and ablution. He may do what
it is technically termed; TAYAMMUM which is getting in touch with some clean dust or soil. He also has to touch with the palms of both hands
the earth, and then wiping the face, and with each of the palms the back of the other hand.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF VOZOO AND TAYAMMUM There is no doubt that Vozoo, which is the preparatory ablution of prayer, may have two clear advantage: - - That of the hygienic and the ethical advantages.
As for the hygienic profits, it is evident that washing hands and faces, and wiping heads and feet, will keep the limbs and the nerves calm.
As for the ethical and spiritual profits; the ablutions are done for God's sake with the intention of approaching Him. 
 
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Author : admin Thursday 24 September 2020

ARAFA DOA 10

خ Zuboor, and that which teaches to distinguish between good and evil )Furgan(, and revealed the phrases-"KaafHaa-Yaa-A'yyyn-S'aaad", "T'aaa-Haa", "Yaa-seeen" and also the )whole( Quran, full of wisdom;  
خ and Thou art my sanctuary when divergent and diverse opinions and theories obscure my vision )and when( the earth, notwithstanding its abundant resources, presses hard upon me and becomes stingy; had not Thy mercy )enfolded me(would have certainly been ruined.  
خ Thou overlooked my lapses; had not Thy shield )covered me( I would have certainly been disgraced.  
خ Thou backed up me with Thy support against my enemies; had not Thy support )helped me( I would have certainly been defeated.  
خ O He unto whom belong sublimity and supremacy exclusively, but His friends surpass in honour and glory under His authority.  
خ O He before whom rulers and kings hang their heads in abject surrender, frightened to death and stunned by His majesty.  
خ He is aware of the furtive glances and that which is buried in the hearts, and events that are lying hidden and lurking in time and space.  
خ O He about whom no one at allknows "how" He is, except He. O He about whom not a soul knows "what" He is, except He.  
خ O He whom no one knows except He. O He who surfaced the earth over the water, and plugged the space between heaven and earth with a layer of air.  
خ O He to whom belong the choicest names. O Owner of everlasting "Kindness", in force till eternity, never to be cut off.  
خ O He who influenced a troop of horsemen to ride into thewaste and empty desert for the sake of Yoosuf; )and in this manner( took him out from the well, and changed his fortunefrom subjugation to dominance.  
خ O He who paid attention to Yaqoob's cries of grief, and hewas calm and restful.  
خ O He who removed hardships and sorrows from Ayyoob. O He who caught hold of Ibrahim's hand when he was about to cut the throat of his son, in old age, at the end of his life.  
خ O He who heard the supplication of Zakariyya and gave him Yahya and so did not abandon him to be lonely and helpless.  
خ O He who let Yoonus come out from the belly of a large fish. O He who cut open the sea for the children of Israel to save them, and let Firawn and his troops drown.  
خ O He who sends winds laden with clouds anouncing rain before Thy mercy )drops from the heaven(.  
 
 
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KARBALA 3

Karbala 3

IMAM HUSAYN WILL

He bade farewell to all the family and asked them to be brave . When he left, he left his Will with his half-brother, Muhammad Ibn al-Hanafiyyah. On the will he wrote : ;In the Name of God, the Most kind, the Most Merciful. This is the Will that Husayn Ibn ' Ali Ibn Abi Talib leaves to his brother Muhammad Ibn al-Hanafiyyah, that Husayn has witnessed that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His servant and His Messenger. He brought the truth from God that heaven is true, that hell is true , and the Time will come without any doubt, and God will resurrect everyone from his or her graves . Indeed, my movement is not evil, reckless, mischievous, or unjust. Ido support correcting what is wrong in the nation of my father , Ido want to encourage the right , and prevent the wrong , and follow the tradition of my grandfather , and my father , Ali Ibn AbuTalib. Whoever accepts me by truth, God is the protector of the truth , and whoever refuses this, I will be patient while God decides between me and them, and He is the best judge. This is my will to brother and all success depends on God, and only on Him I reply. Imam Husayn sealed the will and gave it to his brother Muhammad Ibn al-Hanafiyyah . He left Medinah on  Sunday night tow days before the end of Rajab 

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