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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 05:36
Aoudhubillahi minash shaitaan nirrajeem
Bismillahirrahmanirraheem

The man of worldliness, is always in prison and difficulty. There is a worldly man and a religious man. The religious man always prioritizes religion irrespective of having the world or losing it. The worldly man prefers the world irrespective of having or losing the deen and he won’t feel the dust or breeze of peace. Only Allah’s slaves are fortunate of obtaining peace and pleasure. There is a skill which is the secret of their freedom. The source of sorrow is unexpected happenings and this is the reality of sorrow or distress. The righteous slaves of Allah SWT cut off this very root of placing expectations in worldly things. Why should then there be sorrow? Hazrat Gangohi (RA) said, “Do not have any expectations from anyone”. He then asked the servants, “Tell me what you think of me?” They replied, “You are our guardian, benefactor and we cannot thank you enough for your favors”. Hazrat said, “I am telling from my heart, do not place any expectation even in me but only in Allah SWT”. If tawheed is residing in every single vein of a man like this, how will he have any expectation from anyone?

There is judiciousness of Allah SWT in whatever He SWT destines for you. The similitude of this is like a mother who applies medicinal drops to the painful eyes of the child. The child screams out of pain and is angry with the mother but when he gets the understanding, he prays for his mother. Similarly whatever pain and difficulty Allah SWT is giving you, it is in your favor and for your benefit in both the worlds. Without trials in this world, we won’t turn towards Him SWT. The man remembers his Lord when he is in difficulty. Without difficulty, we won’t be equipped for the akhirah. If you get death in this state, you will be purified by the hell fire rather than by the trials of this world. It is better we get purified right in this world. I will give you the glad tidings that the punishment of hell is for the purification of Muslims and not to punish. You know when your house lamp gets greased, it is cleansed by burning it. You are Allah’s lamp but greasy and your dirt will be purified by the hell fire. Cleansing of our dirt right in this world will obviate our purification in the akhirah. Allah SWT purifies Muslims by sending them the trials and difficulties. Now tell me, isn’t this for your good?

It is beneficial for akhirah and dunya that a man’s akhlaaq (conduct and behavior) gets upright through trials and difficulties. Trials and tribulations make a man good natured and without them arrogance, pharaoh-like nature and devilishness gets inside him. By blessings of trials, one gets humility, submissiveness and he realizes his status when Allah SWT reprimands him with difficulties. Uprightness of akhlaaq grants one more peace. Bad natured person saddens everyone and people see him as a villain. The reality of world gets disclosed by trials and tribulations and a man realizes that the world is not a place to which heart should be attached. This realization is a great knowledge and the world coming before a man with its reality is a great door to knowledge. When this knowledge is not obtained, a man will be immersed in ignorance and ignorance is a massive defect. Let Allah SWT grant us all the right knowledge. Ameen

-Morning Tarbiati Majlis (24.03.2017) by Maulana Abdus Sattar (DB)
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 05:49
Bismillah

It would be helpful if anyone can give the meaning of taazeep in urdu.

"Azaab-o-jahannam musalmaanon ke liye tat'heer hai taazeep nahi"

Sorry if I didn't spell it right but I hope you can guess the word.

jazaakumAllahu khaira
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 09:35
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Maybe the word is Taa'zeeb or Tehzeeb. if the latter, then it means "Culture"

The Urdu word "تہذیب" tehzeeb in English is "Culture" and in Arabic, it would be "Way of Life". But this is not my first, second or third language so I may be wrong by a huge margin.

Taa'zeeb sounds more suitable.
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 09:57
Bismillahirrahmanirraheem

It is not tehzeeb for sure. I would like to know the meaning of the other. May be punishment? I hope someone can help.
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 10:02
Ta'zeeb= to punish
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 10:03
Bismillahirrahmanirraheem

jazaakumAllahu khaira for your time.

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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 16:34
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No I don't think this is correct.

Ta'zeer = (Judge decided Punishment)
Hadd = (Allah decided Punishment)

If I lived in an Islamic country and whistled at a girl and get caught, a Qadhi (Muslim Judge) will give me Ta'zeer a punishment he (or she) deems appropriate.

If I killed someone then I will get Hadd (punishment or pardon as per the Qur'aan). Judge will not be able to give me any punishment except Hadd because it is in the Quraan
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 31st March 2017 16:48
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As posted by the sister, bint e aisha.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2017 09:23
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I also didn't read the first post to find that my post was irrelevant.

Jazakallahu Khayran for correcting me and I am Sorry
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2017 14:05
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Well i learned the difference between tazeer and hadd, so no need to apologize.
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