Monday, November 21, 2005


Ayah of the Day:
Why were there not people of constancy among generation before you who would forbid corruption on earth, except a few of them whom We saved? Those who went wrong pursued the luxuries afforded them, sinners as they were. [11: 116]

Hadith of the Day:
Seeking knowledge (of the Deen) is obligatory on every Muslim male and famale. [Ibn Majah]

Wise Quote of the Day:
Praise that is more than deserved is flattery, while less than it deserves indicates incapacity of expression or jealousy. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

Guidance of the Day:
Since its appearance on the Earth, humanity has found true peace and happiness in religion. As it is impossible to talk of morality and virtue where people do not practice the true religion, it is also difficult to imagine real happiness, for morality and virtue originate in a good, clear conscience. Religion is what makes one's conscience good and clear, for it is a connection between humanity and God.

Religion is the best school, a most blessed institution founded to inculcate in people good moral qualities. It is open to everyone, from the youngest to the oldest. Only those who attend it attain peace, satisfaction, and freedom. By contrast, those without religion cannot save themselves from losing everything, including their true identity.

Religion is the collection of Divine principles that guide people to what is good, not by force but by appealing to their free will. All principles that secure our spiritual and material progress, and thereby our happiness in both worlds, are found in religion. [Pearls of Wisdom]

Food for Thought:

You can't always have everything, but you can make the best of what you have. Discontentment makes rich people poor, while contentment makes poor people rich.

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