Saturday, November 26, 2005


Ayahs of the Day:
But most people won't be believers, no matter how much you wish. And you do not ask them any reward for this; for it is nothing but a reminder to all worlds. [12: 103,104]

Hadith of the Day:
And what could be worse than a miser!! [Bukhari]

Wise Quote of the Day:
Acquire knowledge, and for acquiring knowledge learn to be calm and clement. [Omar radi Allah anhu]

Guidance of the Day:
Worship is blessed, growing resource feeding a person's thoughts and deliberations of being good, righteous and virtuous, and a mysterious elixir which reforms the innate tendencies of selfhood toward evil. One who has resource to this resource a few times a day with reflection on Divine truths and remembrance of God, has entered on the way to becoming a perfect one and taken shelter against the temptations of the carnal self.

Worship is developing the potential in a person to be like angels in order to be fitted for Paradise and bringing under control the bestial inclinations and potentialities. So far in human history, by means of their worship many have surpassed angels, while many others, refusing worship, have fallen to the lowest of the low.

The most meritorious of the acts or services of worship is knowing and loving God Almighty. If there is something more meritorious and commendable than this, it is seeking God's approval and good pleasure in whatever one does and, moved by the command, "Be upright as you are commanded," always being in pursuit of what is the truest and highest ideal in life. [Pearls of Wisdom]

Food for Thought:
When you throw mud at someone, remember that you are the one who is losing the ground.

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