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Tentang doa-doaku yang belum terijabah, aku percaya, itu bukan karena Allah tidak mendengar. Melainkan karena Dia menyiapkan di waktu yang terbaik.
.. entah terganti, atau menanti sebagai sebuah hadiah di hari abadi.
THE BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF LIGHTNING: Part 3
EFFECTS ON OUR HEALTH
Besides cleaning the air, negative ions aid in mood elevation and increased oxygen intake, both of which make us feel more alert and energetic. Negative ions can provide major benefits for suffers of asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome, nervous energy, hay fever, allergies, sleep disorders and snoring, depression, emphysema, sinus, migraines, colds and flu, nausea, chemical sensitivity, fibromyalgia, cigarette smoke and other odors, and computers and office pollution.
Research shows that negative ions can reduce histamine, which triggers hay fever; affect levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter or a neurohormone associated with anxiety, stress, and migraines; help suffers of bronchitis, asthma, catarrh, the common cold, insomnia, migraines, emphysema, eczema, headaches, tiredness, and general feelings of malaise; speed the healing time of burns and surgical incisions with less cross-infection and reduced pain (including post-operative pain); enhance the body's absorption and utilization of oxygen, thus assisting concentration and alertness; reduce the effects of passive smoking and allergies to pollen, dust, and pets; remove and destroy air-borne bacteria and viruses; and lower serotonin levels, which leads to greater calmness and strengthens defenses against infection, as proven with the flu.
Negative ions also increase hemoglobin/oxygen affinity so that the partial oxygen pressure in the blood rises while the partial dioxide pressure decreases. This results in a lowered respiratory rate and enhances the metabolism of water-soluble vitamins. In addition, negative ions increase one's pH level, which makes bodily fluids more alkaline.
The effect of negative ion depletion varies from person to person. Negative ions in the bloodstream accelerate the delivery of oxygen to our cells and tissues, whereas positive ions slow this down and produce symptoms markedly like those in anoxia (oxygen starvation). Negative ions may stimulate the reticulo-endothelial system, a group of defense cells that marshal our resistance to disease. Treatment with negative ions has produced dramatic improvement in healing severe burns and reducing pain. Children, in particular, seem to respond quickly, for tests have shown that children breathing negatively ionized air were superior in incidental memory and had many difficulties in dichotic listening offset.
Offices and organizations having negative air ionization equipment have found that their employees are less likely to get colds or be absent, and generally are more cheerful and alert. Negative air ionizers are used in the closed and artificial atmospheres of submarines and spacecraft.
The Qur'an's verses inspire people to make new scientific discoveries, as seen in 13:12, quoted above. Nature contains many sources of the negative ions that are so beneficial to people.
Reading and acquiring a deeper understanding of the Qur'an lead to many life-enhancing discoveries. Given the right conditions, healthy food and pure water, our bodies will usually right themselves and develop properly. But so often we neglect the air we breathe. Most of us live in environments full of invisible pollution and devoid of negative ions.
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Riyad as-Salihin, The Book of Visiting the Sick, Book 6, Hadith 35
Chapter: Prohibition of Disclosing the Physical defects of the Deceased
Abu Rafi` Aslam (May Allah be pleased with him), the freed slave of the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) reported:
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "He who washes a dead body and conceals what he notices of physical defects, he will be forgiven forty times.''
In the time of the prophet David there was a man who used to pray day and night, saying, "Thou hast created me weak and helpless; give me my daily bread without obliging me to work for it." The people derided him for making such a foolish petition, but he still persisted, and at last a cow ran into his house of its own accord, and he killed and ate it. This illustrates the saying of the Prophet that God loves earnest petitioners, because He regards the sincerity of the prayer more than the nature of the thing prayed for. All things praise God, but the praises of inanimate things are different from the praises of men, and those of a Sunni different from those of a Compulsionist (Jabri). Each says the other is in the way of error, but none but the truly spiritual man knows the truth.
Knowledge or conviction, opposed to opinion.
Little is known by any one but the spiritual man,
Who has in his heart a touchstone of vital truth.
The others, hovering between two opinions,
Fly towards their nest on a single wing.
Knowledge has two wings, opinion only one wing;
Opinion is weak and lopsided in its flight.
The bird having but one wing quickly drops down,
And again flies on two steps or more.
This bird of opinion goes on rising and falling
On one wing, in hope to reach his nest.
When he escapes from opinion and knowledge is seen,
This bird gains two wings and spreads both of them.
Afterwards he "goes upright on a straight path,
Not grovelling on his face or creeping." l
He flies up on two wings even as the angel Gabriel,
Free of opinion, of duplicity, and of vain talk.
Though the whole world say to him,
"Thou art firm in the road of God's faith,"
He is not made more ardent by their saying this,
Nor is his lofty soul inclined from its course.
And though all say to him, "Thou art in the wrong way
Thou thinkest thyself a rock who art but a blade of grass,"
He relapses not into opinion at their rebukes,
Nor is he vexed at their malevolence.
Nay, even if sea and mountains should cry out,
Saying, "Thou art mated with error,"
He would not relapse one jot into vain imaginations,
Nor would he be grieved by the reproaches of his foes.
1. Koran lxvii, 22.
Tafsir Ibn Kathir
Revealed in Makkah
The Virtues of Surah An-Nasr
It has been mentioned previously that
- it (Surah An-Nasr) is equivalent to one-fourth of the Qur'an and that
- Surah Az-Zalzalah is equivalent to one-fourth of the Qur'an.
An-Nasa'i recorded from Ubaydullah bin Abdullah bin Utbah that Ibn Abbas said to him,
"O Ibn `Utbah! Do you know the last Surah of the Qur'an that was revealed''
"Yes, it was When there comes the help of Allah and the Conquest. (110:1)''
He (Ibn Abbas) said, "You have spoken truthfully.''
Surah An-Nasr 1-3
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
1 When there comes the help of Allah and the Conquest.
2 And you see that the people enter Allah's religion in crowds.
3 So, glorify the praises of your Lord, and ask His forgiveness. Verily, He is the One Who accepts the repentance and Who forgives.
This Surah informs of the Completion of the Life of Allah's Messenger
Al-Bukhari recorded from Ibn Abbas that he said, "Umar used to bring me into the gatherings with the old men of (the battle of) Badr. However, it was as if one of them felt something in himself (against my attending). So he said,
`Why do you (`Umar) bring this (youth) to sit with us when we have children like him (i.e., his age)'
So Umar replied, `Verily, he is among those whom you know.`
Then one day he called them and invited me to sit with them, and I do not think that he invited me to be among them that day except to show them. So he said,
`What do you say about Allah's statement, (When there comes the help of Allah and the Conquest.)'
Some of them said,
`We were commanded to praise Allah and seek His forgiveness when He helps us and gives us victory.'
Some of them remained silent and did not say anything.
Then he (Umar) said to me, `Is this what you say, O Ibn `Abbas'
I said, `No.'
He then said, `What do you say'
`It was the end of the life of Allah's Messenger that Allah was informing him of.
When there comes the help of Allah and the Conquest.
which means, that is a sign of the end of your life.
So, glorify the praises of your Lord, and ask His forgiveness. Verily, He is the One Who accepts the repentance and Who forgives.'
So, Umar bin Al-Khattab said,
`I do not know anything about it other than what you have said.'''
Al-Bukhari was alone in recording this Hadith.
Imam Ahmad recorded from Ibn Abbas that he said,
"When (When there comes the help of Allah and the Conquest.) was revealed, the Messenger of Allah said, My death has been announced to me. And indeed he died during that year.''
Ahmad was alone in recording this Hadith.
Al-Bukhari recorded that Aishah said,
"The Messenger of Allah used to say often in his bowing and prostrating, (Glory to You, O Allah, our Lord, and praise be to You. O Allah, forgive me.) He did this as his interpretation of the Qur'an (i.e., showing its implementation).''
The rest of the group has also recorded this Hadith except for At-Tirmidhi.
Imam Ahmad recorded from Masruq that Aishah said,
"The Messenger of Allah used to often say towards the end of his life, Glory to Allah, and praise be unto Him. I seek Allah's forgiveness and I repent to Him.
And he said,
Verily, my Lord has informed me that I will see a sign in my Ummah and He has commanded me that when I see it, I should glorify His praises and seek His forgiveness, for He is the One Who accepts repentance. And indeed I have seen it (i.e., the sign. When there comes the help of Allah and the Conquest (Al-Fath).
And you see that the people enter Allah's religion in crowds.
So glorify the praises of your Lord, and ask His forgiveness. Verily, He is the One Who accepts the repentance and Who forgives.''
Muslim also recorded this Hadith.
The meaning of Al-Fath here is the conquest of Makkah, and there is only one view concerning it. For indeed the different areas of the Arabs were waiting for the conquest of Makkah before they would accept Islam. They said,
"If he (Muhammad is victorious over his people, then he is a (true) Prophet.''
So when Allah gave him victory over Makkah, they entered into the religion of Allah (Islam) in crowds. Thus, two years did not pass (after the conquest of Makkah) before the peninsula of the Arabs was laden with faith. And there did not remain any of the tribes of the Arabs except that they professed (their acceptance) of Islam. And all praise and blessings are due to Allah.
Al-Bukhari recorded in his Sahih that `Amr bin Salamah said,
"When Makkah was conquered, all of the people rushed to the Messenger of Allah to profess their Islam. The various regions were delaying their acceptance of Islam until Makkah was conquered. The people used to say, `Leave him and his people alone. If he is victorious over them he is a (true) Prophet.'''
We have researched the war expedition for conquest of Makkah in our book As-Surah. Therefore, whoever wishes he may review it there.
Imam Ahmad recorded from Abu `Ammar that a neighbor of Jabir bin `Abdullah told him,
"I returned from a journey and Jabir bin `Abdullah came and greeted me. So I began to talk with him about the divisions among the people and what they had started doing. Thus, Jabir began to cry and he said, `I heard the Messenger of Allah saying, Verily, the people have entered into the religion of Allah in crowds and they will also leave it in crowds.''
This is the end of the Tafsir of Surah An-Nasr, and all praise and blessings are due to Allah.
Unfortunate truths become worthless in worthless hands.
~Bediuzzaman Said Nursi (r.a.)~
Narrated Jabir ibn Abdullah:
was asked about a man who looks at the House (the Ka'bah) and raises his hands (for prayer). He replied: I did not find anyone doing this except the Jews. We performed hajj along with the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ), but he did not do so.
SUNAN abi DAWUD : The Rites of Hajj (Kitab Al-Manasik Wa'l-Hajj) Hadith 150/325
HADITHS ON SPIRITUALITY: 11. Asking Claimants to Support their Claims
Ali ibn al-Fadl ibn Muhammad ibn Aqil apprised us that Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Sulayman al-Hadrami apprised us that Muhammad ibn al-Ala told us that Zayd told us that Ibn Lahi’a told us that Khalid ibn Yazid al-Saksaki told us, on the authority of Sa’id ibn Abu Hilal, on the authority of Muhammad ibn Abu al-Jahm, on the authority of al-Harith ibn Malik , that:
He passed by the Messenger of Allah and he asked him, “How are you this morning, O Haritha?” He said, “I woke up truly a believer.” He said, “Be careful of what you say. Every truth has a reality, so what is the reality of your belief?” He said, “I have become averse to this world. It is if I am witnessing the inhabitants of Paradise visiting one another, and it is as if I am witnessing the inhabitants of the Fire bewailing one another.” He said, “O Haritha, you have known, so adhere.” He said it three times.
Dua after the last tashahhud and before salaam #7
اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَسْأَلُكَ الْجَنَّةَ ، وأَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنَ النَّارِ
O Allah, I ask You to grant me Paradise and I seek refuge with You from the Fire.
allaa-humma innee as’aluk-al-jannata, wa a‛oodhu bika mi-nan-naar
Sources: Abu Dawud No# 792
Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala Rasulillah Narrated Ibn Abbas (Radi-Allahu 'anhu): The Prophet (Sallallahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam) said, "If anyone of you, when having sexual intercourse with his wife, says: Bismillah, Allahumma jannibni-Sh-Shaitan wa jannib-ish-Shaitan ma razaqtana, and if it is destined that they should have a child, then Satan will never be able to harm him." Bukhari Vol. 7 : No. 94
BASICS OF ISLAM : Existence and Oneness of God Almighty : False arguments about the origin of existence . Part1
Mediaeval European conceptions about the nature and existence of the universe were strongly underpinned by the authority of the Church which in turn relied upon arguments from scriptures that had long since deviated from their true originals. As modern scientific thinking developed, it met a great deal of hostility from the Church whose authority it challenged. The rift in European culture between science and religion deepened steadily until the two became irreconcilable. Eventually, religion came to be seen as a domain of blind beliefs and consolatory rituals about which science could have nothing to do with God, let alone deferring to the authority of Divine Revelation. The Darwinian account of evolution sealed and popularized a tendency to regard existence as self-originated and self-sustained, a process which unfolded by itself according to laws which would, sooner or later, be understood fully (and therefore to some degree manipulable) by human beings. Many scientists (by no means all) have in principle and practice maintained that natural causes or so-called laws of nature are sufficient to explain all phenomena.
While the Prophets who, despite having lived in different places and at different times, were unanimous on how existence originated and is sustained-as indeed they were on all other essential issues pertaining to life and existence-and again while a considerable number of scientists agree with the Prophets on this matter, scientists and philosophers who favor naturalistic and materialistic views of existence differ greatly in their explanations.
Before passing on to discuss this viewpoint, we should point out that unlike the Prophets who, despite living in different places and at different times, were unanimous on how existence originated and is sustained-as indeed they were on all other essential issues pertaining to life and existence-and again unlike a considerable number of scientists who agree with the Prophets on this matter, scientists and philosophers who favor naturalistic and materialistic views of existence differ greatly in their explanations. Some of them attribute creativity and eternity to matter and attribute life and consciousness to it. Others argue that nature is eternally self-existent and claim to explain everything by natural causes and laws. Still others, unable to explain the origin of life, attempt to explain existence with notions such as chance and necessity. Quite briefly, we shall discuss the impossibility of explaining existence unless the existence and Unity of God is affirmed.
Nature and Natural Laws and Causes
Natural laws have a nominal, not a real, existence
•They are propositions tendered as explanations of particular kinds of event or phenomenon, they allude to imaginary forces inferred from the motions or relationships of events or phenomena. The law of gravity or the law of reproduction and growth in living organisms or other laws such as magnetic attraction and repulsion are not entities whose existence is verified through our own external senses or through instruments that enhance those senses.
•Whatever truth the law of gravity, for example, may be said to have, can we claim that the real universe (one in which that law operates) has (or must) come about because of it?
•Is it at all reasonable then to ascribe the existence of anything, let alone intelligent and conscious living beings, to entities that exist only as propositions?
Natural laws and causes are inferred from the motions or relationships of events or phenomena in the universe
•Therefore they are, in principle, dependent upon events or phenomena rather than their origin or originators. Certainly, they are not self-dependent or self-existent.
•The existence of the universe as a whole and of all events or phenomena within it is contingent. That is, their existence is not absolutely necessary-it is equally possible for them to exist or not. Evidently, there are almost limitless alternatives for any particle of sustenance which could form the building block of an embryo, to go to any one of its innumerable cells. Anything whose existence is contingent cannot be eternal and needs one with the power of choice to prefer its existence over its non-existence or merely potential existence.