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It Is Rabi al-Awwal Again: Recognizing aspects od the Deeper Sunnah.

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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2019 21:35
As-Salaam alaikum,
In the Islamic calendar, we are now in the month of Rabi al-Awwal, literally the month of Spring. It is also the time/period of Spring for people of Heart, because in this very month the Holy Messenger of Allah, the Divine informer after which no other Apostle/Prophet came and will not come until the second coming of Prophet Isa, alaihis-Salaam, was born and also in this very month... he returned to his Lord. May Allah Ta'ala send abundant blessings and peace to the noble soul of our Master Muhammad, and count us among his Community.

As we celebrate 1441 A.H Rabi al-Awwal, let us reflect the deeper Sunnah of the Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, which is his character, his being RAHMATAN LIL ALAMEEN... his being universally compassionate to all beings, his being ARISUN ALAIKUM, BIL MUMININA RA'UFUN RAHEEM, the fountain of Compassion and concerned, caring and responsive for well being of the believers.

At-Titrmidhi recounted to us that the Noble Prophet, alaihi salaat was-salaam, "was well acquainted with sorrow, much absorbed in thought, had little rest, was silent for long periods and did not talk without cause. He begun and finished his talk with the formula, 'In the Name of Allah'. His talk pithy, neither too long nor too short, not coarse, but also not too playful or light. He honoured each of Allah's signs of grace, even though it might be small, and never found blame in anything."

The way of the Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, was that of pure humility. he embraced poverty through his generosity and would not rest until he gave away what extra he had in his hand to the most needy. Poverty in this sense is understood not merely as destitution but rather as a spiritual stage that consist in man's knowledge of his own need before Allah, the One who has No Need (al-Ghaniyu). A Muslim's love of the poor is a sure sign of love for the Prophet, for his love and care for the poor is unparalleled, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam!!
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 6th November 2019 06:43
Syedah Ayesha RA says "For two months we ate just dates and drink water"

But few speakers on seerat,
1. they feast for 1.5 months, they dictate the menu of food to be served for them and their group attending the jalsa.
2. They do bargaining on how much they get paid for speaking. This month is season for them to earn for the whole month.
3. The speakers hardly speak on sifaath e nabvi. They deliver fatawah of kaafir, mushrik, gustakh-e-rasul. and nara-e-takbeer, nara-e-risalath, zindabad zindabad.
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