Thursday, October 14, 2004


Ayah of the Day
When My servants ask you concerning Me, I am indeed (close to them), I listen to the prayerof every suppliant when he calls on me. Let them also, with a will, listen to My call,and believe in Me. That they may walk in the right way. (2: 186)

Hadith of the Day

If you were to rely on Allah as He should be relied on, He would provide for you as He provides for the birds. They go out in the morning hungry and return in the evening full. (Tirmidhi).

Wise Quote of the Day
If someone's state does not lift you up, and his words do not lead you to Allah, then do not keep his company. (Ibn ata Illah)

Guidance of the Day

Ramadan is a merciful portal of time that opens and then closes, and none of us know whether or not we will see another Ramadan. So seize the moment to gain God's mercy, forgiveness and salvation. There is no capital more worthy of our concern and effort than this.

The time between late afternoonand sunset is a special time for Dhikr. Asr time is the signalling of the end of another day we have been blessed to see, the sunset signifies the end of a life time. Ramadan is an exceptional opportunity to cleanse our hearts of the diseases of them. Recitation of the Quran during Ramadan is especially effective in reviving one's relationship with the book of God. (Purification of the heart)

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