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HAJJ

The thing which has no place for sacrifice is this. The place where everybody should think of himself at the first place is here! Getting closer to God ;paying attention to God; believing in God's mercy and grace; speaking honestly to God; putting away the wordly luxuries and its deceptions and the materialistic valueswhich have surrounded us like a cocoon of the silkworm so thatit can suffocate and destroy that heavenly nature of our personality; these are the principles. Whenever an individual face the Almighty God with a pure heart and a unadulterated soul; performs that grand ceremony; and truthfully returns back to God; truthfuly migrates towards God; truthfully supplicatesin front of the Almighty of univrse; the doors of blessings will also open upon him

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Author : admin Tuesday 06 August 2019

Naj al-balaghah 8

Nahj al- balaghah 8

Know O' my child, that livelihood is of two kinds- a livelihood that you seek and a livelihood that seeks you , which is such that if you do not reach it , it will come to you . How bad it is to bend down at the time of need and to be harsh in riches. You should have from this world only that with which you can adorn your permanent abode. If you cry over what has goneout of your hands then also cry for what has not at all come to you . Infer about what has not yet happened from what has already happened , because occurrences are ever similar . Do not be like those whom preaching does not benefit unless you inflict pain on them, only from beating

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Author : admin Sunday 07 July 2019

Salat(Prayer) 8

Salat (Prayer) 8

Uttering these words, while still in sujud, which is a sign of complete humility and submission, the worshipper once again repeats the spiritual lone of monotheism in his heart, meaning to say:  ' Others prostrate for the wealthy and powerful beings other than Allah, but since I am a Muslim, Iprostrate on the ground only for Allah, who is  the Greatest. And I shalll never prostrate in the presence of anyone and anything except Him.' He then raises his head from the ground and sits upright at ease. Having done so, he once again prostrates, placing his foreheads on the ground and repeating the abovementioned words of glorification and praise of Allah . He then lifts his head off the ground and sits upright for ,,tashahhud,, ( saying the two testimonies), (fig. 5 )

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Author : admin Sunday 07 July 2019

SUNAN AN-NABI 4

Sunan An- Nabi 4

His hands were like the hands of a perfumer - always scented with perfume. He had wide palms. The bonse of his arms and legs were proportionately long. When happy and joyful, his face was like a shiny mirror. He walked inclining forward (This is indicative of strengh), with a humble gait. He would rush ahead of the people to perform good deeds. When he walked, he would raise his feet as if he was descending a declivity. When he smiled, his teeth would shine when exposed briefly, before being covered by his lips. He was handsome, well-mannered, decorous, and friendly. When he turned to face the people, they felt that his face was like a bright lantern, the (drops of ) sweat on his face were like pearls, and the scent of his perspiration was more fragrant than the most excellent musk. He had the seal of prophethood between his shoulders.

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Author : admin Sunday 07 July 2019

Anew begining of Heart &Soul 5

A new beginning of Heart & Soul 5

Criterion for approbation of HAJJ

The main principle is this. We must make the devotion stronger in ourselves. We must migrate towards Allah. We must place HAJJ for acknowledgement and approval in the court of the Almighty God. How can our HAJJ be approved/ It is when this HAJJ brings us closer to Allah. It is quoted in a saying that "if you want to see whether your HAJJ was approved by Allah or not, see whether you have stopped committing those sins after HAJJ which you used to commit before HAJJ or not/? If you see that you have gained the ability to abstain yourself from those sins, you will find out that the Almighty God has accepted your HAJJ and you have come closer to your Allah " The principles are these : Anstaining from sin : getting closer to Allah : keeping away from selfishness and egoism; sinking oneself in the ocean of God's mercy, like a drop in the ocean. And these are the basic  actions. " Take care of yourselves " ; acknowledge your selves.

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Author : admin Sunday 07 July 2019

ISLAMIC LAWS 5

Islamic Laws

5. There are four ways of obtaining the verdicts of a Mujtahid: 

When a man hears from the Mujtahid himself. 

  When the verdict of the Mujtahid is quoted by two just persons.  

  When a man hears the verdict from a person whose statement satisfies him

By reading the Mujtahid's book of Masae'l. provided that , one is satisfied about the correctness of the book.

6. As long as a person is certain that the verdict of the Mujtahid has not changed , he can act according to what is written in the Mujtahid's book. And if he suspects that the verdict might have been changed, investigation in that matter is not necessary. 

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Author : admin Sunday 07 July 2019

Tafsir Qur\\\'an 4

6 - - If in the incident of HUDAYBEYEH, some of the pagans of Mecca, by way of hatred and persecution prevented you from having access to the sacred Mosque; now that you Muslims are superior in power, Do not think of taking vengeance and retaliation, by excluding them or interfering with them in pilgrimage. It is no good to return evil for

evil: - -" Let not your hatred of those who barred you from the Holy mosque, lead you into aggression."

In other words, hatred of the wicked pagans, does not justify hostility on the believers part.

The general principle, and lesson, here is that a Muslim should never be vindictive, and disposed to revenge. Returning evil for evil,

shall eventually fill our society with hatred and evil.

7 - - And the ending of the verse implies that instead of returning evil for evil, and living in a spirit of malice and hatred, we better be forgiving, and help one another in goodness and piety.

8 - - The last instruction in this verse is to take heed of God, by being pious and devout in order to avoid God's punishment which is strict and hard to suffer, and lays in our deeds

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Author : admin Sunday 07 July 2019

Tafsir Qur\\\'an 3

[ Surah( 5 ): Ayah 2 ]


يا أَيُّهَا الَّذينَ آمَنُوا لا تُحِلُّوا شَعائِرَ اللَّهِ وَ لاَ الشَّهْرَ الْحَرامَ وَ لاَ الْهَدْيَ وَ لاَ الْقَلائِدَ وَ لاَ آمِّينَ الْبَيْتَ الْحَرامَ يَبْتَغُونَ فَضْلاً مِنْ رَبِّهِمْ وَ رِضْواناً وَ إِذا حَلَلْتُمْ فَاصْطادُوا وَ لا يَجْرِمَنَّكُمْ شَنَآنُ قَوْمٍ أَنْ صَدُّوكُمْ عَنِ الْمَسْجِدِ الْحَرامِ أَنْ تَعْتَدُوا وَ تَعاوَنُوا عَلَى الْبِرِّ وَ التَّقْوى‏ وَ لا تَعاوَنُوا عَلَى الْإِثْمِ وَ الْعُدْوانِ وَ اتَّقُوا اللَّهَ إِنَّ اللَّهَ شَديدُ الْعِقابِ (2)

Commentary(Nimunih), Vol2, Page: 38

2 - - O, YOU WHO BELIEVE! DO NOT VIOLATE THE RITES OF ALLAH, NOR THE SACRED MONTHS, NEITHER THE MARKED OFFERINGS OR THE UNMARKED; OR THOSE THAT RESORT TO YOUR SACRED HOUSE, SEEKING ALLAH'S GRACE AND CONSENT.

WHEN YOU HAVE TAKEN YOUR PILGRIM'S GARB OUT; YOU MAY HUNT.

LET NOT YOUR HATRED OF THOSE WHO BARRED YOU FROM THE HOLY MOSQUE,( IN THE INCIDENT OF HUDAYBIYEH )LEAD YOU INTO AGGRESSION. AND HELP ONE ANOTHER IN GOODNESS

AND PIETY; AND DO NOT HELP ONE ANOTHER IN SIN AND ENMITY. BEWARE OF ALLAH, THAT ALLAH IS STRICT IN

PUNISHMENT.

THE COMMENTARY

IGHT INSTRUCTIONS IN ONE VERSE( VERSE NO. 2 )

In this verse, some of the important Islamic instructions that were lastly revealed to the prophet are stated, and almost all of them are about the pilgrimage, and its rites and symbols. These instructions

are as undermentioned: 1 - - It begins addressing the believers, not to violate the rites and symbols of pilgrimage by following the established regular programmed of HAJJ. By the rites here, everything connected with

the pilgrimage is meant, among which we may name; Safaa, Marwa, Arafat, and etc.

2 - - Respect the Sacred Months, and fight not in them. The sacred

months are four, namely; Rajab, Zulghaad, Zulhajj, and Moharram. In

all these months war is prohibited.

Commentary(Nimunih), Vol2, Page: 39

3 - - Leave the animals brought as offerings for sacrifice, marked and unmarked- give them immunity as all the creatures are immune in Mecca, until they reach their destination in altar in due time.

4 - - All the pilgrims, whosoever they be, must have their freedom and immunity from any attack or interference. There in the house of

God, no one has any advantage over the other through personality and rank, tribe and wealth, nation and race. Even those who have attended

their pilgrimage with material aims, such as some trading, they must be given their freedom, and no one should bother them: - -" Or those that have resorted to the sacred house seeking Allah's Grace- and- Allah's consent."

5 - - Hunting is forbidden only when the pilgrim is in the pilgrim's Garb: - -" When you have taken out your pilgrim's Garb you may hunt

 

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Author : admin Monday 27 May 2019

ISLAMIC LAWS 4

Islamic Laws 4

If one generally knows that the verdicts of Mujtahids do vary in day to day matters, and also that some of the Mujtahids are more capable than the others, but is unable to identify the most learned one , then he should act on precaution based on their verdicts. And if he is unable toact on precaution, then he should follow a Mujtahid he supposes to be the most learned. And if decides that they are all of equal stature, then he has a choice.

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Author : admin Saturday 25 May 2019

Anew begining of Heart &Soul 4

A new beginning of Heart and Soul 4

You are your own veil

HAJJ is a migration . Migration from oneself; migration from our ego; migration from the life which has surrounded us and has concealed and hidden that single and unique pearl of humanity in our existence ; HAJJ is the migration from all of that selfishness which has their roots in desires and caprice; a migration from that egotism which take us far away from Allah; migration from those classifications and boundaries which separate the lives of people from each other and brings the rich and poor, noble and sinful, big and small -based on the common standards of the people- together and closer to each other and places them close to each other and brings alive the most common aspect of all human being, i. e. submission.

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Author : admin Saturday 25 May 2019

SUNAN AN-NABI 3

Sunan An -Nabi 3

He had extended fingers. The heels of his feet were bony and empty of flesh. He had a short chin. His forehead was slightly incliner to the front, his thighs were fleshy and muscular, and there was a slight swellling in his flank , His limbs were firm. He was of average height, neither too tall nor too short. He had curly hair , not open falling hair. His face was neither skinny nor fleshy and its color was not as white as the whiteof his eyes, He had large joints. There was no hair on his stomach or chest except for a lineof hair extending from his upper chest down to his navel. He had a large upper back. white hair was seen on the sides of his head next to his ears (as a result of old age.)

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Author : admin Saturday 25 May 2019

Salat(Prayer) 7

Salat (Prayer) 7

Sujud (Prostration) (Fig. 4)

And again, in the presence of this 'Divine perfection; he touches the ground with his forehead for  sujud  submitting before His Magnificence in all humbleness and humility. He places the tips of the big toes of both feet, the knees, the palms and the forehead on the ground in  sujud  and praises Allah saying:

سبحان ربی الاعلی و بحمده.

Subhana Rabbiya-l-A' la wa bihamdih. (My Lord the Most High, is free from any imperfection; and praise be upon Him.)

Or, he says:

سبحان الله ، سبحان الله ، سبحان الله

subhana-Llah, Subhana-Llah , Subhana-Llah. (Allah is free from any imperfection.)

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Author : admin Saturday 25 May 2019

Naj al-balaghah 7

Nahj al-balaghah 7

If you intend to cut yourself off from a friend leave some scope for him from your side by which he may resume friendship if it so occurs to him some day. If anyone has a good idea about your prove it to be true. Do not disregard the interests of your brother depending upon your terms with him, for he is not your brother if you disregard his interests. Your household should not become the most miserable people through you. Do not lean towards him who turns away from you. Your brother should not be more firm in his disregard of Kinship than you in paying regard to it, and you should exceed in doing good to him than is evil to you. Do not feel too much the oppression of a person who oppresses you, because he is only busy in harming himself and benefiting you. The reward of him who pleases you is not that you displease him.

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Author : admin Saturday 25 May 2019

Anew begining of Heart &Soul 3

A new beginning of Heart & Soul

The Tune of Brotherhood

While always keeping the holy verse of Quran in your mind : And all of you together , hold on to the rope of Allah (i. e. The quran and Islam and every other means of unity) and don't fall apart from each other which recommends adhering to religion and observance of unity and unanimity, you should ingrain both these recommendayions in your mind and beware of the enemies conspiracy in this regard

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Author : admin Monday 08 April 2019

Tafsir Qur\\\'an 2

 

THE FOOD(THE TABLE) Surah 5 Ayahs 1-1

The Arabic word UQUD, translated here to

contract, has many shades of meanings, such as a written agreement between two persons, a promise, a covenant; and hence our divine obligations that arise from our spiritual nature, and our relation to God. By contract or promise here, all our various obligations are

meant and wanted - - We may enter into a commercial, or social or public contract. We may all enter into a marriage contract or in a

construction contract. We therefore must be faithful to all our

promises and, to perform all our obligations. Fidelity and truthfulness

are among the most important tenets of Islam in all relations of our life. Even our contracts and promises with the non-Muslims should be

perfectly fulfilled and brought to effect with utmost truth and fidelity.

Hazrat Imam Ali( AS ), in his famous commandments to MALIK-AL-ASHTAR, his deputy in Egypt, has written: - -" Among the divine commandments that are incumbent upon mankind, none is more widely accepted than, keeping on with promises, and being faithful to mutual agreements. This is

because everybody knows the painful consequences of the breach of promise and compacts."

- - Allah's orders and decrees arise out of His will, and His will is in accordance with His general plan by which the whole universe is created and controlled rightfully.

- - This verse is one of the few that are used for reasoning in Islamic jurisprudence in order to prove the position and importance of any commandment on the basis that; any promise and contract must be fulfilled."

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Author : admin Monday 08 April 2019