Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Ayahs of the Day:
Then when the trumpet is sounded once, and the earth is picked up, mountains and all, and they are demolished, crushed all at once, on that day the inevitable will come to pass: the sky will be split apart, for it will be fragile that day; and the angels will be by its sides, while eight will bear the throne of your Lord above them that day. On that day you will be exposed; no secrets of yours will be hidden. [69: 13 to 18]

Hadith of the Day:
As long as you do not love me (pbuh) more than anything else, your faith is not complete. [Bukhari]

Wise Quote of the Day:
He who desires honor in this world should not make his needs known to anyone in creation, nor should he seek out the faults of any other. [Bishr al-Hafi]

Guidance of the Day:
Speak truthfully and honor your commitments and your promises, for breaching commitments and breaking promises are signs of hypocrisy. Be wary of argumentation and wrangling, for they cast rancor into the breasts of men, alienate hearts, and lead to enmity and hatred. If anyone argues against you and has right on his side, accept what he says, for truth must always be followed. If, on the other hand, he is wrong, then leave him, for he is ignorant.

Renounce all joking; if very occasionally you do joke to assuage a Muslim's heart, then speak only the truth. Respect Muslims, especially people of merit such as the scholar, the righteous, the nobleman, and the one whose hair has greyed in Islam. [Al-Haddad, The Book of Assistance]

Food for Thought:
Be you to others kind and true,
As you'd have others be to you;
And neither do nor say to men
Whatever you would not take again.

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