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My mother..

posted by muslimah101 on 18th November 2012 - 0 comments
After Allah and His messenger, Muhammad ﷺ, may my life be sacrificed for you Oh my mother..
[center]“O our Lord, be merciful to them, just as they brought me up with kindness and affection in my childhood.”
The following are dedicated to my mother..

Preparing for Death...

posted by muslimah101 on 29th October 2011 - 0 comments
An excellent lecture on preparing death...

Time an I...

posted by muslimah101 on 20th September 2011 - 0 comments
[b][size=5] ولي خط وللأيام خط و بينهما مخالفة المداد فاكتبه سواد في بياض و تكتبه بياض في سواد [/b]

Waste of life

posted by muslimah101 on 1st September 2011 - 0 comments
[size=5]جو کهیلوں میں تو نے لڑکپن گنوایا تو بد مستیوں میں جوانی گنوائ جو اب غفلتوں میں بڑهاپا گنوایا تو بس یہ سمجھ زندگانی گنوائ

Three friends

posted by muslimah101 on 24th July 2011 - 1 comment

Knowledge, wealth and honour were friends.
One day the time of their separation had come.
Knowledge said,"I can be found in places of learning."
Wealth said, "You can look for me in the palaces of the rich and the rulers."
Honour however kept quiet. Knowledge and Wealth wanted know why Honour remained silent. Honour heaved a sigh and said, "Once I part form someone there is no way to get me back."

[size=1]Taken from Scattered Pearls(pg 134)[/i]


posted by muslimah101 on 14th July 2011 - 1 comment
[size=4] [b][color=red]م[/b] موت کو یاد کرنے والا [color=red]س[/b] سلام میں پہلا کرنے والا [color=red]ل [/b] لا یعنی باتوں سے بچنے والا

My greatest need is you

posted by muslimah101 on 6th July 2011 - 0 comments
[u][b]My Greatest Need is You[/u] Your hope in my heart is the rarest treasure Your Name on my tongue is the sweetest word My choicest hours Are the hours I spend with You -- O Allah, I can't live in this world Without remembering You--


posted by muslimah101 on 5th July 2011 - 1 comment
I tried to find Him on the Christian cross, but He was not there; I went to the Temple of the Hindus and to the old pagodas, but I could not find a trace of Him anywhere. I searched on the mountains and in the valleys but neither in the heights nor in the depths was I able to find Him. I went to the Ka'bah in Mecca, but He was not there either. I questioned the scholars and philosophers but

Do not forget the dead...

posted by muslimah101 on 4th July 2011 - 0 comments
Once Hadhrat Saalih Mirri (rahmatullahi alayh) was passing through a qabrustan on a Friday night. He sat down by a grave and fell asleep. He dreamt that the Ahl-e-Quboor were emerging from their graves. Soon they gathered and sat in a circle talking amongst themselves. A youth in dirty clothes and with a sad countenance was sitting aloof. Suddenly a group of Angels descended carrying trays of Noor. They distributed these to all those who were seated in the circle. Each one returned to his/her grave with his/her tray. Only the youth received nothing. He was shattered with grief. As he was about to enter his grave, Hadhrat Saalih exclaimed: “O servant of Allah! Why are you sad? What is happening here?” The youth said: “The trays contain the gifts of Sadaqah , Dua, Tilaawat, etc. which the living have sent for their dead relatives and friends. Every Jumuah these gifts reach the dead. But, I have a mother who has remarried. She is engrossed in the world and has completely forgotten me, hence there is no gift for me.” Hadhrat Saalih enquired about the whereabouts of his mother. The youth informed him in the dream of his mother’s exact address. In the morning Hadhrat Saalih hastened to the address. From behind a screen he explained the plight of the youth to his mother. She broke down crying confessing her error. She resolved never to forget her son again. She gave Hadhrat Saalih 1000 dirhams requesting him to distribute it as Sadaqah so that the thawaab is transmitted to her son. The next Friday Hadhrat Saalih again passed through the same qabrustan. He set next to a grave and fell asleep. In a dream the same scene was re-enacted. However this time he saw the youth dressed in beautiful garments. He too had received his mother’s gifts. He approached Hadhrat Saalih and said: “O Saalih! May Allah Ta`ala reward you wonderfully. The gifts have reached me.”

To enter me into Paradise ...

posted by muslimah101 on 3rd July 2011 - 0 comments
Here is an arabic nasheed I absolutely fell in love with upon hearing it. From the lyrics and translation you will see that the nasheed is an actual dua-dua for Jannah (paradise). (length-4:19) [mp3] [size=3]ان تدخلني ربي الجنة ... هذا اقصى ما اتمنا[/b] [size=3]وتَهبني الدرجات العُليا ... يا ذا المِنة يا رب [/b]
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