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  • 💐 In The Name Of Allah The Most Gracious The Most Merciful

    💌 Uh, yeah, you think I’m “lonely” if I don’t chill with them?

    Please, don’t flatter yourself. Enough with your assumptions.

    I’d rather chat with cows, read to monkeys, look at hens

    Than befriend actors, pros at lying and pretending.

    ~•~

    Thanks, but no thanks, I don’t need a large number of friends.

    I have Allah the Most Wise and I’m complete with Him.

    I can live without a fan club of fakes who pretend

    To like you yet behind your back they’d be gossiping.

    ~•~

    Quality time with Allah is much more comforting

    Than listening to frenemies’ lies, jokes, and nonsense.

    Believe me as I say I’m missing out on nothing

    Each time I distance myself from the wrong companions.

    ~•~

    Among signs of toxic souls who aren’t deserving

    Of our loyalty are: They’re obsessed with fault-finding,

    Teasing you on your flaws, addicted to backbiting,

    And they’re boring if from them we can’t learn anything.

    ~•~

    Ten minutes of reading or Qur'an recitation

    Is better than three hours of chatting online with them.

    If they guess I’m “lonesome” when I grant them avoidance,

    Then sweet solitude with Allah is gladly welcomed.

    ~•~

    📖 Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu ‘anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “A man is upon the religion of his close friend, so let one of you look at whom he befriends.”

    Source: Sunan At-Tirmidhi 2378

    Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Al-Nawawi

    📖 Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Keep only a believer for a companion and let only a righteous person eat your food.”

    At-Tirmidhi and Abu Dawud

    Reference: Riyad As-Salihin 366

    In-book reference: Introduction, Hadith 366

    📖 Abu Umamah RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Whoever loves for the sake of Allah, hates for the sake of Allah, gives for the sake of Allah, and withholds for the sake of Allah has perfected the faith.”

    Source: Sunan Abī Dāwūd 4681

    Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Al-Albani

    https://mjustsharingislam.blogspot.com/2020/04/poem-avoiding-wrong-kind-of-friendships.html

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  • The Prophet Marries Hazrat Juwayriyah

    Hazrat Juwayriyah was the daughter of Harith b. Abi Dirar, the leader of the Sons of Mustaliq tribe. She was one of the captives of the Expedition of Muraysi. Her husband, Musafi b. Safwan, was one of the most ferocious enemies of the Prophet. When he was killed during the battle, Juwayriyah was widowed.

    When the captives were distributed among the mujahids, Juwayriyah was given to Thabit b. Qays and his cousin.

    Juwayriyah made an agreement with Thabit b. Qays to be left free. If she paid the ransom that was determined, she would be released. However, she could not afford it. Therefore, she applied to the Prophet and asked his help to pay for her ransom.

    The Messenger of God said to her, “Is there not anything better than that for you?”

    Juwayriyah, who was asked such an unexpected question, was surprised. What could be better than having her freedom and returning to her parents and country?

    After a momentary hesitation, she said, “O Messenger of God! What is better than my freedom?”

    The Prophet said, “Freeing you by paying your ransom and accepting you as my wife.”

    Juwayriyah was astonished. She would be released and would attain such a great honor. For a moment, she began to think. She remembered her dream a few days before they came to the land of the Prophet. The moon had entered her dress by virtually walking from Madinah. After a momentary surprise, she became very happy. She answered the offer of the Prophet as follows:

    “O Messenger of God! If you grant me this honor, there cannot be anything better than it.”

    Harith b. Abi Dirar Becomes a Muslim

    Harith b. Abi Dirar, Juwayriyah’s father, had set off toward Madinah with camels in order to save his daughter. When he reached the valley of Aqiq, he looked at his camels. He could not want to give two of them; so he hid them in a secluded place in the valley between two mountains. Then, he went to the presence of the Prophet. He said,

    “O Muhammad! You held my daughter captive. These camels are her ransom.”

    The Messenger of God said, “Why did you not bring the two camels you hid in Aqiq between two mountains?”

    Harith was astonished. Nobody knew that he had hid his camels there. It was senseless to wait any longer. He immediately said, “I witness that there is no god but Allah; you are definitely the Messenger of God! I swear by God that nobody but God knew what I had done.” He embraced Islam together with his two sons and the people of his tribe that were together with him there.

    The Prophet Pays the Ransom for Juwayriyah

    The Messenger of God sent somebody to Thabit b. Qays and explained him the situation. He wanted Juwayriyah from him. Thabit b. Qays said, without hesitation, “May my father and mother be sacrificed for you O Messenger of God! I gave her to you”

    The Messenger of God paid the ransom for Juwayriyah and surrendered her to her father.

    Juwayriyah Marries the Prophet

    The Prophet asked Juwayriyah’s father, Harith b. Dirar, to give Juwayriyah, who became a Muslim, to him as his wife. Harith agreed.

    The Prophet gave four hundred dirhams as mahr and married Juwayriyah.

    When the Companions saw that the Prophet married Juwayriyah, they freed all of the slaves by saying, “The relatives of the wife of the Prophet should not be kept as slaves.” There were one hundred women among those captives.

    Therefore, Hazrat Aisha said,

    “I have never known any woman better and holier than Juwayriyah for her tribe.”

    Indeed, Juwayriyah was a very fortunate woman. She was a captive but in one day, she became the wife of the Prophet and saved the captives of her tribe.

    Many people from Sons of Mustaliq who heard that the Prophet accepted Juwayriyah as his wife were very impressed by his courage and generosity; they went to Madinah and embraced Islam.

    There were many reasons behind the marriages of the Prophet. In this marriage, there was a social reason. It was to make hearts love him and Islam, to bring tribes together as relatives and to make them help him and Islam. As it is known, when a person marries someone from a tribe, a relationship between that person and that tribe occurs; naturally, this makes them help that person.  

    Thus, that was the aim of the Messenger of God in marrying Juwayriyah. As it is seen, he succeeded in it.

    The Real Name of Juwayriyah

    The real name of Juwayriyah was “Barra”. The Messenger of God did not like that name and changed it with Juwayriyah, which means a small woman.

    Juwayriyah had endless taqwa (fear of God). He treated the poor and the needy compassionately and mercifully. She did not eat or drink but fed others.

    Once the Messenger of God went to her room and asked, “Is there anything to eat?”

    Juwayriyah said, “No O Messenger of God! There is nothing to eat with me. There was only a sheep bone; I gave it to our woman slave.”

    Juwayriyah died in the 57th year of the Migration. She was buried in the Cemetery of Baqi.Hazrat Juwayriyah was the daughter of Harith b. Abi Dirar, the leader of the Sons of Mustaliq tribe. She was one of the captives of the Expedition of Muraysi. Her husband, Musafi b. Safwan, was one of the most ferocious enemies of the Prophet. When he was killed during the battle, Juwayriyah was widowed.When the captives were distributed among the mujahids, Juwayriyah was given to Thabit b. Qays and his cousin. Juwayriyah made an agreement with Thabit b. Qays to be left free. If she paid the ransom that was determined, she would be released. However, she could not afford it. Therefore, she applied to the Prophet and asked his help to pay for her ransom.The Messenger of God said to her, “Is there not anything better than that for you?”Juwayriyah, who was asked such an unexpected question, was surprised. What could be better than having her freedom and returning to her parents and country?After a momentary hesitation, she said, “O Messenger of God! What is better than my freedom?”The Prophet said, “Freeing you by paying your ransom and accepting you as my wife.”Juwayriyah was astonished. She would be released and would attain such a great honor. For a moment, she began to think. She remembered her dream a few days before they came to the land of the Prophet. The moon had entered her dress by virtually walking from Madinah.[3] After a momentary surprise, she became very happy. She answered the offer of the Prophet as follows:“O Messenger of God! If you grant me this honor, there cannot be anything better than it.” Harith b. Abi Dirar Becomes a MuslimHarith b. Abi Dirar, Juwayriyah’s father, had set off toward Madinah with camels in order to save his daughter. When he reached the valley of Aqiq, he looked at his camels. He could not want to give two of them; so he hid them in a secluded place in the valley between two mountains. Then, he went to the presence of the Prophet. He said,“O Muhammad! You held my daughter captive. These camels are her ransom.”The Messenger of God said, “Why did you not bring the two camels you hid in Aqiq between two mountains?”Harith was astonished. Nobody knew that he had hid his camels there. It was senseless to wait any longer. He immediately said, “I witness that there is no god but Allah; you are definitely the Messenger of God! I swear by God that nobody but God knew what I had done.” He embraced Islam together with his two sons and the people of his tribe that were together with him there. The Prophet Pays the Ransom for JuwayriyahThe Messenger of God sent somebody to Thabit b. Qays and explained him the situation. He wanted Juwayriyah from him. Thabit b. Qays said, without hesitation, “May my father and mother be sacrificed for you O Messenger of God! I gave her to you”The Messenger of God paid the ransom for Juwayriyah and surrendered her to her father. Juwayriyah Marries the ProphetThe Prophet asked Juwayriyah’s father, Harith b. Dirar, to give Juwayriyah, who became a Muslim, to him as his wife. Harith agreed. The Prophet gave four hundred dirhams as mahr and married Juwayriyah.[6]When the Companions saw that the Prophet married Juwayriyah, they freed all of the slaves by saying, “The relatives of the wife of the Prophet should not be kept as slaves.” There were one hundred women among those captives.Therefore, Hazrat Aisha said,“I have never known any woman better and holier than Juwayriyah for her tribe.” Indeed, Juwayriyah was a very fortunate woman. She was a captive but in one day, she became the wife of the Prophet and saved the captives of her tribe.Many people from Sons of Mustaliq who heard that the Prophet accepted Juwayriyah as his wife were very impressed by his courage and generosity; they went to Madinah and embraced Islam.There were many reasons behind the marriages of the Prophet. In this marriage, there was a social reason. It was to make hearts love him and Islam, to bring tribes together as relatives and to make them help him and Islam. As it is known, when a person marries someone from a tribe, a relationship between that person and that tribe occurs; naturally, this makes them help that person.  Thus, that was the aim of the Messenger of God in marrying Juwayriyah. As it is seen, he succeeded in it. The Real Name of JuwayriyahThe real name of Juwayriyah was “Barra”. The Messenger of God did not like that name and changed it with Juwayriyah, which means a small woman. Juwayriyah had endless taqwa (fear of God). He treated the poor and the needy compassionately and mercifully. She did not eat or drink but fed others.Once the Messenger of God went to her room and asked, “Is there anything to eat?”Juwayriyah said, “No O Messenger of God! There is nothing to eat with me. There was only a sheep bone; I gave it to our woman slave.” Juwayriyah died in the 57th year of the Migration. She was buried in the Cemetery of Baqi.

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  • 💐 In The Name Of Allah The Most Gracious The Most Merciful

    💌 Since Only Allah knows all matters of the unseen,

    We have no right to judge any Muslim’s destiny,

    No solid proof to accuse some of hypocrisy,

    And no ground to use Islam to act arrogantly,

    Claiming this and that will go to Hell for their beliefs.

    ~•~

    Focus on serving Allah with much sincerity,

    And display your gratitude through generosity.

    Be generous for Allah through Da'wah, charity,

    And maintain good manners to your best ability,

    While avoiding rumors and accusing unjustly.

    ~•~

    Continue seeking authentic knowledge frequently.

    Practice what you’ve learned. Remind others regularly.

    Stay away from Bid'ah. Choose your close friends carefully.

    Humbly join true believers who unite on Tawheed,

    And know when Muslims fight due to pride they face defeat.

    ~•~

    📖 Usama Ibn Zaid RadhiAllahu ‘anhu narrated: The Messenger of Allah SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam sent us on an expedition. In the morning we attacked Al-Huraqat of Juhaynah. I caught hold of a man and he said, “There is no god but Allah!” but I stabbed him. Then it occurred to me that I should mention that to the Prophet SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam. The Prophet SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Did he say ‘there is no god but Allah’ and you killed him?” I said, “O Messenger of Allah, he only said it fearing of the weapon.” The Prophet SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Did you tear open his heart to know if he meant it or not?” The Prophet SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam continued to repeat this to me until I had wished I had not embraced Islam until that day.

    Source: Sahih Al-Bukhari 6478

    Sahih Muslim 96

    Grade: Muttafaqun Alayhi (Authenticity agreed upon) according to Al-Bukhari and Muslim

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  • 💐 In The Name Of Allah The Most Gracious The Most Merciful

    💌 Sometimes those who are loved by Allah the Almighty

    Alienate certain people unintentionally.

    Despite trying their best not to hurt anybody,

    Striving to be kind when they can, and appear friendly,

    They’re viewed by some as “arrogant”, “selfish” or “scary”.

    ~•~

    It’s their confidence that scares those with low self-esteem,

    Their soft hearts that threaten souls who are prone to envy,

    Their eagerness to please Allah that makes the lazy,

    Ignorant or uninspired to assume they’re crazy,

    And their strong faith that frightens those who lack piety.

    ~•~

    Signs of those who get intimidated easily

    By your confident vibes and fear of Allah Only:

    If they’re of the same gender, they can’t look directly

    At you, as though they ignore your presence completely.

    They dismiss your salaams or respond unwillingly.

    ~•~

    Instead of approaching you to solve problems clearly,

    They gossip about you on their timeline childishly.

    Then when Allah decrees that each other you would meet,

    Suddenly they get nervous or they’re too shy to speak,

    Pretentiously savage online yet offline they’re meek.

    ~•~

    Don’t let their disrespect and rudeness bring forth worries.

    Their bad conduct indicates their jealousy is real,

    Or they can’t handle you’re different. So feel sorry

    For them like lions would keep walking while chimpanzees

    Flee upon their arrival to hide behind some trees.

    ~•~

    Continue serving Allah even if you’re perceived

    By strangers as a “narcissist” who’s full of conceit.

    Understand the more you stand out, the more you’re unique,

    While you seek Allah the most and He’s the One you fear,

    You’re a threat to those with tons of insecurities.

    ~•~

    📖 Abu Dharr RadhiAllahu ‘anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Fear Allah wherever you are, follow a bad deed with a good deed and it will erase it, and behave well with good character towards the people.”

    Source: Sunan At-Tirmidhi 1987

    Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to At-Tirmidhi

    📖 Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Verily, the most beloved to me are those of you with the best character, soft in nature, friendly and befriended. The most hateful of you to Allah are those who spread gossip, who cause discord (disharmony) between loved ones and seek misery for the innocent.”

    In another narration, the Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “Seeking misery and finding faults with the innocent.”

    Source: Al-Mu’jam Al-Awsaṭ 7693

    Grade: Hasan li ghayrihi according to Al-Albani

    📖 Abu Huraira RadhiAllahu 'anhu narrated: Allah’s noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, “The strong believer is more beloved to Allah than the weak believer, but there is goodness in both of them. Be eager for what benefits you, seek help from Allah, and do not be frustrated. If something befalls you, then do not say: 'If only I had done something else.’ Rather say: "Allah has decreed what He wills.” Verily, the phrase ‘if only’ opens the way for the work of shaytan.“

    Source: Sahih Muslim 2664

    Grade: Sahih (Authentic) according to Muslim

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  • SECOND CAUSE OF PRIDE IN RELIGIOUS SERVICES

    The religious men are not free from pride. The form of pride of a man regarding worldly matters is that he thinks that the people should come to him and not to others, that they should stand up for him to show respect and that they should broadcast his piety among the general public. The form of pride of a man in religious matters is that he thinks that he has only got salvation and the people are ruined. 

    (3) The third cause of pride: ho is honourable inppedigree and pedigree and ancestry ancestry, holds another in contempt though the latter is superior to him in divine service and anotherman presence of the an alteration between Prophet. I said to him: son of a Negro. At once, the Prophet said: Abu Zano one superiority of the son of pretty woman equal). over equal). There is p that of a black woman. Abu slap on face. Now look ho said to the man: Rise up the Prophet brought him to his senses. He thought himself superior as he was beautiful. Once two men began to boast of their ancestry. One man said to another: I am the descendant of so and so. Who are you? You have got no mother. 

    The Prophet said: Two men quarrelled thus before Moses. One man said: I am the son of so and so. He showed his ancestors up to the ninth degree. God then revealed to Moses: Moses, tell that proud man: your ancestors upto the ninth degree have gone to Hell. You are the tenth person among them. 

    The Prophet said: Some men take boast of their ancestors, but they are reduced to ashes in Hell or worse than worms of cow-dung near God.

    (4) Fourth cause-pride of beauty: Such a pride is found mostly in women. Hazrat Ayesha said: Once a woman came to the Prophet and I showed by my hand that she is such (short-statured). The Prophet then said: You have back-bited her.

    (5) Fifth reason-pride of wealth and riches, of the kings and rulers, of merchandise among merchants, of lands among peasants, of dresses and conveyances among the luxurious persons. As a result, they hold the poor in contempt.

    (6) Sixth reason-pride of strength. If there is strength in body, it generates pride. A strong man take pride before a weak man.

    (7) Seventh reason-pride of man and power. If there are many disciples, helpers, students, or relatives, pride crops up in mind. Similarly the rulers and kings take pride for their number of soldiers, arms and ammunitions. Causes of having pride: Know, dear readers, that self-conceit is a secret disease. If it appears in conduct and actions, it is called Takabbar. 

    There are three causes of expression of pride.

    (1)One cause is connected with the proud man. 

    (2) One cause is connected with the man on whom pride is shown. 

    (3) One cause is connected with other things except the above two. The first one is Uzab or self praise and the second one is hatred towards the person on whom pride is shown and the third one is show or Riya. From this angle of view, there are four causes of pride - self- praise, hatred, envy and show. Self-praise generates self-conceit and this self-conceit if expressed in words, actions and conduct, it is called pride.

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  • “A slave of Allah (Exalted He is) will remain standing on the Day of Judgement until he is questioned about four things:

    his life on earth and how he spent it,

    his knowledge and how he utilised it,

    his wealth and how he acquired it and in what way he spent it,

    and his body and how he wore it out.”

    – Prophet Muhammad (may peace and blessings be upon Him)

    Hadith Tirmidhi

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  • إِنَّ خَيْرَ مَا وَرَّثَ الْآبَاءُ لِأَبْنَائِهِمُ الْأَدَبُ لَا الْمَالُ فَإِنَّ الْمَالَ يَذْهَبُ وَ الْأَدَبَ يَبْقَى.


    The best inheritance parents can bequeath to their offspring is not wealth but good manners, as wealth will not remain however good manners will.

    —Imam Sadiq (as)

    al-Kafi, vol. 8, pg. 150

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  • TAFAKKUR: Part 270

    SCIENCE IN SEARCH OF ITS SOUL: Part 2

    GENERALIZATION AND INDUCTION

    Classification and generalization are important schematic steps for they facilitate identifying the objects and events in the physical world, defining them, and understanding their function. The next step is to analyze things and events individually and this constitutes a reliable way of defining general rules, discovering the principle of the “system” that exists in the whole universe, and then obtaining complicated knowledge of the world around us. The deduction principle of Aristotle, which prevailed in Europe and the Muslim world during the Middle Ages, was replaced by this new understanding, namely the induction method. Induction is an analytical approach which studies events separately in order to reach a certain synthesis (an idea about the whole) for the sake of understanding nature and the universe. Particularly in natural sciences, generalizations require every thing and event to be tested one by one and then to be compared with the general rule; this way, important advancements have been made (e.g. after having tested all metals, the resulting principle was “all metals expand when they are heated”). However, the notion of accepting these generalizations as definite and unchangeable principles lost its reliability after Popper.

    THEORY, BUT HOW?

    According to Popper, the verification of a scientific theory does not mean that it has been proven. Actually, what matters is not whether a theory is veritable or not, but whether a theory is disprovable or not. So to say that a theory is not open to criticism, that it cannot be disproved or tested is not scientific.

    When we apply this to a concrete example, the theory of evolution, which is defined as a biological phenomenon that took place in the geological time scale, we find that it is not open to observation or experiment. Therefore, it cannot be proven in terms of natural sciences. More importantly, theory of evolution is not scientific, as it seems impossible to prove the opposite of what this theory suggests. We are not saying that we cannot prove the opposite; the theory is built in such a way that we have no chance to prove the opposite, and it is just not scientific.

    Scientific data is accepted as an agreed value of humanity. The neutrality of science, or the neutrality of a scientist to be exact, suggests that things and events existing in the universe are all beyond personal and subjective judgments and they should be dealt with accordingly. Neutrality is in a way an honest attitude that has been adopted for seeking for truth with a skeptical approach while trying to reach a sound result. In any case, we need to keep in mind that in some branches of science we cannot remain absolutely neutral and our worldview may have an effect as well. Just as in daily life, our perception tends to be selective about what is happening around us in scientific activities as well. So neutrality in science cannot always be accepted as an absolute, but rather is something that is open for discussion.

    THE HUMAN CONFLICT

    The position of mankind presents a dual nature in the world which points to its Creator and the paths that lead to Him from every direction. Mankind has been created in a planet of negligible size in comparison to the vastness of the universe. We are just impotent guests. The sphere of our power is awfully narrow. On the other hand, our Creator gave the universe for our use, and He protects the planet where humans live against dangers in advance. He has bestowed upon us mental ability and the power to reflect upon the world, to explore, and to benefit from it. He has created all the living or non-living things and the physical laws for the sake of humanity. As mentioned before, we continue to explore the world around us and give this activity a name: “science.”

    In spite of being feeble creatures, we human beings in time have taken the abilities granted to us, the scientific advancements, the achievements we made and the power brought by them as our own work and we have idolized our own bodies and mind. Then we claim that science is the ultimate reliable source, in spite of its being an activity with its own weaknesses. We began to see science as a separate being, independent from us, even from the Almighty Lord, and finally we take science as a conscious superior being that is able to explain everything, the only source of information, and a “sacred” concept, together with its methods. This outrageous ingratitude and rebellion against our Creator shakes the spiritual values of societies and causes them to degenerate by confusing minds, leading to the use of science against humanity in an uncontrolled way, like a dangerous weapon.

    After Darwin, evolutionists began to explain the facts about all species in nature through the presumption of “evolution by natural selection.” However it is not correct to take natural selection as being deterministic. There is some partial truth in it; but it is not an ever-valid essential rule. The criterion of weakness for a species or an individual being cannot be clearly defined. Evolutionists had overlooked the fact that the species created in different structures and capacities in order to perform different functions in the system of nature could not be evaluated for a criteria of common weakness. So the natural selection mechanism they suggested was seemingly attractive, but a rough and over-generalizing assumption, chalk and cheese, were mixed together.

    Seeing nature as an arena of struggle is another mistaken approach adopted by those who use scientific studies as a tool for denial which threatens the moral value of humanity (the mistake of adopting excessive approaches was constantly repeated through the history of Western philosophy). Nevertheless, the admiration we feel for nature shows how beautifully it has been created and kept alive. Being a perfectly working system with all its faculties, where solidarity and a cooperative balance play the major role, nature appeals to our heart and inspires aesthetically. In the physical or social systems we establish we try to imitate the examples nature presents us. Millions of different species, countless living things live in different habitats, in different ecosystems. All of them-big or small- are parts of a smoothly running system. Discovering and making detailed analyses of the micro or macro biological mechanisms that contribute to the system only became possible in the 20th century thanks to scientific developments. In any case these discoveries have not raised any metaphysical excitement among the scientists whose hearts were hardened by their denial.

    Unfortunately, the cost of the damage we caused to ourselves and to the entire world have been great. Again, we forgot the (small) lesson we learned in a short time and could not help but originate chronic evils that revealed the harm we caused to people and nature in the long run.

    Humanity needs to ponder on such pictures and possible ones of the future. They need to be somehow introduced to the divine message God sent us through His Messengers. They need to discover the revelation of the True Owner of the universe, realize the miracle of creation, acknowledge their own impotence, and understand the conditions of the balance-material and spiritual-of being human. They should give up their mistaken struggle in opposing their Creator which harms themselves and the world. All people who believe in the vital importance of the matter should act in accordance with the responsibility brought by this emergency and keep in mind that faith is of ultimate worth before God. As believers, we should pray to this end, with our actions as well.

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  • Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam ‘ala Rasulillah
    Narrated Ibn Al-Musaiyab (Radi-Allahu 'anhu):

    Abu Huraira said, “The Prophet (Sallallahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam) said, 'A prayer performed in congregation is twenty-five times more superior in reward to a prayer performed by a single person. The angels of the night and the angels of the day are assembled at the time of the Fajr (Morning) prayer.” Abu Huraira added, “If you wish, you can recite:– 'Verily! The recitation of the Qur'an in the early dawn (Morning prayer) is ever witnessed (attended by the angels of the day and the night).’ (17.78)

    Bukhari Vol. 6 : No. 241

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  • Episode 22 - Nikah aur Talaaq ke Ahkam Part 1 | Shuja Uddin Sheikh | Qur…

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