Tuesday, September 06, 2005


Ayahs of the Day:
Believers, be conscious of God, and be with the sincere. It was not fitting for the people of the city and the desert Arabs around them to stay behind the messenger of God, or to prefer themselves to him. That is because whatever thirst or fatigue or hunger they undergo in the cause of God, whatever steps they take that incense the atheists, whatever happens to them from an enemy, it is recorded in their favor as a good deed. for God does not neglect the reward of those who do good. [9: 119,120]

Hadith of the Day:
Love God for the gifts that He bestows upon you, love me for the love of God, and love my family for the love of me. [Tirmidhi]

Wise Quote of the Day:
As for those that reject the four madhabs and pretend to follow Qur'an and Sunna independently today, they are like one who rejects rocket technology and says he'll go to the moon on his own good feet. BON VOYAGE. [Gibril Haddad]

Guidance of the Day:
It is necessary for anyone who wishes to derive judgments of Shari'a from the two sources, which are the Book and the Sunna,to be fully versed in both, in the way set out in the science of the Principles of Jurisprudence (Usul al Fiqh).
He must also have a mastery of classical Arabic, including rhetoric and other well-known disciplines, for this is the indispensable tool for understanding the "Clear Arabic Book," whose supremacy of style and variety of expression attain to the level of the miraculous; and (it is required also) for understanding the Sunna that has been transmitted from the most eloquent man ever to speak Arabic and from his Companions, who were unsurpassed in their eloquence.
It is not permissible for anyone lacking any of these tools to undertake this grave matter, for he would go astray and lead others astray, thereby committing a monstrous sin. [Key to the GARDEN]

Food for Thought:

Try not to become a man of success but rather to become a man of value. Fools think that they need no advice, but the wise listen to others.

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