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Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Let's Pause and Reflect!


The hours of our days, the days of our weeks, the weeks of our months, the months of our years and the years of our lives are fading away. Are we still allowing deficiency to come into our eeman?


In the 20, 30, 40, 50 years of our life, what constructive thing have we achieved for the sake of Allaah?



Are we so carried away by our acquired challenges in this world which Allaah hasn't made compulsory on us that we forget about our inherent challenges of servicing our eeman?



Allaah says: "And how many generation (past nations) have We destroyed before them, who were better in wealth, goods and outward appearance?"



Where are we heading to? Has not the time come for us to sit ourselves down and reflect upon the reality of this world&then turn back to Allaah?



Do we really believe? Is our thought in perfect harmony with the fact that we can live as long as we want but inevitably we will be no more?



Subhanallaah! Allaah says it so perfectly that;: "Has there not been over a man a period of time, when he was not a thing worth mentioning?



My heart sobs uncontrollably when I reflect upon the reality of the first verse of Suratul Ad-Dahr: Q76v1



From dust, to nutfah (sperm drop and female discharge), to blood clot to lump of flesh to baby to youth to adult to (miserable) old senile age (so that we know nothing after having known) then finnally back to dust.



The sad tale of man is that he comes into this world sinless but he returns sinful and I ask if he doesn't strive his utmost to increase his eeman, how can He be hopeful of Allaah's Mercy?