Buzrjamhar, the wise man of Persia, related the story of Khosrau the king and the old lady. The latter possessed a chicken and a small hut, which was situated on a small plot of land that neighbored the palace of Khosrau. One day, she had to travel to another village, and before departing she prayed, “O’ my Lord, I entrust my chicken to you.” During her absence, Khosrau usurped her property in order to expand the gardens of his palace. His army slaughtered the chicken and destroyed the cottage. When she returned and discovered the deplorable act, she turned her gaze to the sky and said, “O’ my Lord, I was absent and where were you?” Then Allah granted revenge for her. It came to pass that the son of Khosrau attacked his father with a knife and killed him. Read more ›
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“If Allah loves a people, He tests them. Whoever is pleased, for him there is pleasure, and whoever is angry, upon him there is wrath.”
In the Torah, the following has been related:
“Most of what is feared to occur never happens!” Read more ›
And whosoever fears Allah and keeps his duty to Him, He will make a way for him to get out [from every difficulty]. And He will provide him from [sources] he never could imagine. And whosoever puts his trust in Allah, and then He will suffice him.)
(Qur’an 65: 2-3)
Allah will grant after hardship, ease. (Qur’an 65. 7)
The Prophet (Blessings and Peace be upon him) said:
“And know that victory comes with patience, and with hardship there is a way out, and with difficulty comes ease.”
In another hadith, the Prophet (bpuh) related that Allah said: “I am with my slave’s thoughts about me, so let him think of me as he chooses.”
Allah will suffice you against them. And He is the All-Hearer, the All-Knower.
(Qur’an 2: 137)
And put your trust in the Ever Living One that dies not… (Qur’an 25: 58)
Perhaps Allah may bring a victory or a decision according to His Will. (Qur’an 5: 52)
None besides Allah can avert it, [or advance it, or delay it]. (Qur’an 53: 58)
Allah’s slave – i.e. every one of us can find comfort only by turning to Allah, the Exalted, Who mentioned tranquility in many verses of the Qur’an:
Then Allah sent down His Sakinah [calmness and tranquility] upon His Messenger and upon the believers. (Qur’an 48: 26)
…He sent down calmness and tranquility upon them… (Qur ‘an 48: 18)
Then Allah did send down His Sakinah [calmness, tranquility and reassurance, etc.] on the Messenger [Muhammad]… (Qur’an 9: 26)
Tranquility means having a heart that is at peace and that has a sound trust in Allah. Tranquility is a state of calm enjoyed by those believers who have been saved from doubt. And it is according to one’s closeness to Allah and steadfastness in following the Messenger’s way that one will achieve tranquility and peace.
Allah will keep firm those who believe, with the word that stands firm in this world [i.e. they will keep on worshipping Allah Alone and none else], and in the Hereafter (Qur’an 14: 27)
One of the foremost experts in psychology of our time, Dr. Carl Jung, mentioned on page 264 of his book The Modern Man In Search Of Spirit: Read more ›
Hardship makes one turn humbly toward one’s Lord. Someone once said, “How Perfect is Allah, Who has elicited supplication through hardship.” It has been related that Allah tested one of His slaves in a matter and then said to the Angels that it was, “In order to hear his voice,” meaning his supplications and invocations. Read more ›
The day will come when Allah will gather together the first of the creation and the last of it. The knowledge of this occurrence alone should reassure you of Allah’s justice. So whoever’s money is usurped here shall find it there; whoever is oppressed here shall find justice carried out there; and whoever oppresses here shall find his punishment there.
Immanuel Kant, the German philosopher, said, Read more ›
Few are those who are guided to the path that truly leads to happiness. Regarding that and other paths, here are three points for you to reflect upon:
1. Whoever does not make the pleasure of Allah to be his main concern in life will end up losing in the end:
We shall gradually seize them with punishment in ways they perceive not)
2. In order to achieve happiness, people attempt to follow many complicated and tricky paths. Little do they know that an easier path is ready for them in the religion of Islam – a path that will bring them the best of this life and the Hereafter?
… But if they had done what they were told, it would have been better .for them, and would have strengthened their [Faith]. (Qur ‘an 4: 66)
3. There are too many people in this world who think they are doing well, but who, in reality, are losing out on this life and the Hereafter, simply because they turn their backs to the true Religion.
And the Word of your Lord has been fulfilled in truth and in justice. (Qur’an 6: 115)
1. Good deeds:
Whoever works righteousness, whether male or female, while he [or she] is a true?
Believer [of Islamic Monotheism] verily, to him we will give a good life [in this world with respect, contentment and lawful provision]… (Qur’an 16: 97) Read more ›