Wednesday, November 16, 2005


Ayah of the Day:
As for those who have been blessed, they will be in the garden, where they will abide as long as the heavens and the earth endure, except as your Lord wills, as an uninterrupted gift. [11: 108]

Hadith of the Day:
Every people are put to test a through something, and my people will be tested through the wealth. [Tirmidhi]

Wise Quote of the Day:
Wisdom can only be found in three people: the one who leaves the vain pursuits of the world, the one who seeks after the glories of the Hereafter, and the one who is intoxicated in his love for the Divine. [Yahya bib Mu'adh]

Guidance of the Day:
The Quran is the only book that, protects the orphan, the poor and innocent, puts the king and the slave, the commander and the private, the plaintiff and the defendant in the same chair and then judges them.

Claiming that the Quran is a source of superstition is nothing more than repeating the words uttered by ignorant Arabs fourteen centuries ago. Such a view ridicules wisdom and true philosophy.

If only those who criticize the Quran and the things it brought could produce something to guarantee the order, harmony, peace and safety of human life even in a short, temporary period....Actually, it is very difficult to understand the perversity and obstinacy when faced with the miserable and unbalanced civilizations based on principles foreign to the Quran, and the troubled, depressed, and moaning hearts of those deprived of its light. [Pearls of Wisdom]

Du'a of the Week:
Raditu bi'Llahi Rabban, wa bi'l-Islami dinan, wa bi-Sayyidina Muhammadin Salla'Llahu' alayhi wa sallama nabiyyan wa rasulan. (I am content with Allah as Lord, with Islam as religion, and with our master Muhammad, may Allah's blessings and peace be upon him, as a Prophet and Messenger).

Food for Thought:
Some of the greatest thinking has been done by those who cared little for riches. And who shall say that theirs was not the richer life?

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