Saturday, October 22, 2005


Ayahs of the Day:
Say, "Those who manufacture falsehood against God will never succeed." Some stuff in the world, then back to Us is their return; then We have them taste the intense torment resulting from being ungrateful. [10: 69,70]

Hadith of the Day:
When something weighs on your conscience, give it up. [Tirmidhi]

Wise Quote of the Day:
Surely worship is meant to be done in the prime of youth. [Sari Al saqati]

Guidance of the Day:
The hardening of the physical heart comes from lack of exercise and from eating animal flesh with fat. Similarly, the spiritual heart is hardened by lack of spiritual exercise and eating the dead flesh of other humans (which is a metaphysical reality of the act of backbiting).
The spiritual exercise of the heart is called dhikru'Llah, which simply means remembering Allah. The practice of remembrance is a practice of recollecting another world and another time.

The sleepers of this world when they are finally and forcibly removed from the poppy field of pleasure and forgetfulness, the newly awaken come to realization that they were infact accountable for every God given breath, but they have squandered their entire lives foolishly, or worse still, spent them in malevolent deeds. [Prophetic Invocations]

Food for Thought:
Applaud the good for their goodness; appreciate those who have believing hearts; be kind to the believers. Approach unbelievers so gently that their envy and hatred melt away.

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