Tuesday, December 06, 2005


Ayah of the Day:
They urge you to hasten evils before good, but the punishments to be made examples have already passed before them, and your Lord is full of forgiveness for people for their error; but your Lord is indeed severe in retribution. [13: 6]

Hadith of the Day:
On the Day of Judgment, those who curse will be neither witnesses nor interceders. [Bukhari & Muslim]

Wise Quote of the Day:
Always safeguard your aspiration and your courage, for it is through these that anything can be accomplished. [Abu Bakr Saidlani]

Guidance of the Day:
Just because you are a learned one does not mean that you are truly human. Learned people are freed from carrying the burden of superfluous information and attain greatness to the extent that they serve humanity and set a good example for others through their high morals and virtues. Otherwise, they are no more than people who have wasted their lives. Those with high morals and virtues, even if they lack learning are as seemingly dense as iron, may sometimes prove to be useful and valuable like gold.

Humble and modest people are highly regarded by the created and the Creator. Haughty and self-conceited people, who belittle others and are arrogant, are always disliked by the created and punished by the Creator.

Self-conceit shows a lack of sensibility and maturity. Those who are more reflective and spiritually mature have the sense to attribute whatever gifts they may have to the Creator, the Most High, and devote themselves to Him with humble gratitude. [Pearls of Wisdom]

Food for Thought:
Conscience is a judge with such penetrating insight that it can issue verdicts based on truths and its verdicts will deceive no one.

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