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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 17th November 2015 12:04
Three things are extremely difficult:
(i) Generosity during poverty.
(ii) Piety in privacy.
(iii)Proclaiming the truth at the time of fear.

* He who wishes to taste freedom should purify his heart.

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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 19th November 2015 05:26
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Three things are extremely difficult:
(i) Generosity during poverty.[/quote]

To do Sadqa at the limit of your finances is an option available to everyone, poor or rich.
So this door is open for everyone.

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(ii) Piety in privacy.

Such a golden opportunity for us all to please Allah.
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(iii)Proclaiming the truth at the time of fear.

Speak against the enemies of Islam today - this opportunity was never so grand for us as it is today. All you have to do is to utter Islam words, adopt Islamic ways and you are done.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 20th November 2015 23:13
MAKING MUSLIMS UNDERSTAND


(By Hazrat Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi Rahmatullahi Alaih)

Presently the climate we are living through dictates that every Muslim takes it as binding upon himself to deliver the Ahkaam of Allah. Every Muslim should be preoccupied with this thought, like it was the Way of our Aslaaf (Predecessors in Islam) with Ulama, Soofiya, the influential, the prominent, the rich, the poor, the educated, the non-educated – all having being preoccupied with delivering to others whatever they knew of the Ahkaam of Islam.

The Ulama used to give lectures and admonish; the Soofiya, with their illuminated hearts and souls and through their wholesome talks, would turn the attention of the servants of Allah to Allah; traders would not be forgetful of this duty in their dealings and meetings.

The effect of this attention on a general scale was that thousands, nay millions of servants of Allah were guided to the Truth. Had this task been placed only on the shoulders of the Ulama, the Light of the Truth would not have reached those places where an Aalim or Faatih (conqueror) never set foot. Therefore, it is necessary for all Muslims in general, and those who are connected to me in particular, to become preoccupied with this task from today. Whoever has any knowledge of Islam should spread it to others, be active in executing this Islamic Duty, and anticipate the Help of Allah from the Unseen. Definitely Allah Ta’ala helps those who serve His Deen.

“If you help Allah, He will help you and plant your feet firmly.”
(Surah Muhammad, 7)

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