Always wanting to:
Inspire souls.. :)
Touch hearts.. :)
Hearten minds.. :)
Patch up bodies.. :)
"WHATS THE PURPOSE OF YOUR VISIT?
BUSINESS OR PLEASURE?"
Its all the same, even with time changing...
WHAT'S NOT THE SAME IS THE "PURPOSE"...
SO WHAT'S YOURS?
"Biological clock"?????At your early age?Are you getting crazy (not in the sufi meaning of 'crazyness') or what?:Pbt
pleasure is my business!nahh .. i'm quoting this from a movie.As far as purpose in life is concerned .. well I know what I want it to be .. but what I don't know is what it will be .. do you follow?Have you figured our yours?
“Life is a brilliant demonstration of Allah’s wisdom and knowledge, a vivid reflection of His art and power. He is the Giver and Creator of life. Nothing comes to existence by chance, and nobody creates himself or anybody else. Life is a dear and cherishable asset, and no sensible or normal person would like to lose it by choice. Even those who feel so desperate and take their lives by committing slow suicide, try in the last minute to regain their existence and wish to capture a second chance to live. Life is given to man by Allah, and He is the only Rightful One to take it back; no one else has the right to destroy a life. This is why Islam forbids all kinds of suicide and self-destruction, and recommends patience and good Faith when a dear soul passes away. When a murderer is executed in punishment, his life is taken away by the right of Allah and in accordance with His Law. When Allah gives life to man, it is not in vain that He endows him with unique qualities and great abilities. Nor is it in vain that He charges him with certain obligations. Allah means to help man to fulfill the purpose of life and realize the goal of existence. He means to help him to learn the creative art of living and enjoy the good taste of life according to the Divine guidance. Life is a trust from Allah, and man is a trustee who should handle his trust with honesty and skill, with mindfulness of Allah and with consciousness of responsibility to Him. Life may be likened to a journey starting from a certain point and ending at a certain destination. It is a transitory stage, an introduction to the Eternal life in the Hereafter. In this journey man is a traveler and should be concerned only with what is of use to him in the Future Life. In other words, he should do all the good he can and make himself fully prepared to move any minute to Eternity. He should consider his life on this earth as a chance provided for him to make the best of it while he can, because when his time to leave comes he can never delay it for one second. If his term expires, it will be too late to do anything about it or extend it. The best use of life, therefore, is to live it according to the teachings of Allah and to make it a safe passage to the Future Life of Eternity. Because life is so important as a means to an ultimate end, Islam has laid down a complete system of regulations and principles to show man how to live it, what to take and what to leave, what to do and what to shun, and so on. All men come from Allah, and there is no doubt that they shall return to Him. In one of His comprehensive statements Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, wisely advised man to consider himself a stranger in this life or a traveler passing by the world.” "The line of life and its purpose is logical, clear and simple: 1- The first life is a test. 2- The life in the grave is a resting or waiting place before the Day of Judgment. 3- The Day of Judgment brings about the clear understanding of what will happen to the individual based on his own desires and actions. 4- The Permanent or Afterlife will either be spent in luxurious splendor or miserable punishment. Following this clear understanding of life, the Muslim’s purpose is clear. First of all, he has no doubt in his mind that: - He is only created by Allah. - He is going to spend a period of time in this material world. - He knows he will die. - He knows he will spend time in the grave, either pleasant or difficult, depending on his own choice of attitude and actions. - He knows he will be resurrected on the Day of Judgment. - He knows he will be judged according to the most fair of standards by Allah the Almighty. - He knows his attitudes and actions are going to come under very close scrutiny. - He knows that this short life compared to the Eternal Life in fact, only for a test. This life is very meaningful and purposeful to the Muslim, as he realizes that it will determine his outcome and permanent position in the Next Life. The purpose of life, as understood by the Muslim, can be simply stated in only two words: Obey God. Our only purpose and salvation lie in these two words. We must come to know our Creator, Sustainer and Ultimate Judge. We must learn to believe in Him, thank Him, praise Him, honor Him and worship Him, alone without any partners from His Creation. We must learn about His Messengers and Prophets (peace be upon them) and the message with which they were all sent. We must learn the Word of God as it was directly revealed, preserved and memorized and passed down by memory throughout all the generations of Muslims to the present day."
YOU KNOW WHAT MY DEAREST?YOU KNOW WHAT BROTHER NABEEL?I WISH THIS LIFE WOULD END, AND THE GRAVE LIFE, AND THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT AS WELL, AND THEN CROSSING OF THE "SIRAT", TO REACH MY BELOVED JANNAH, AND MEET MY BELOVED ONES, AND SEE MY LORD'S FACE...IT'S REALLY DIFFICULT FINDING TRANQUILITY IN THIS LIFE... ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE!AND COMPLETE HAPPINESS IS NEVER GONNA TAKE PLACE ON THIS EARTH, UNTIL WE TAKE OUR FIRST STEP TO "JANNAH"..MAY ALLAH GRANT YOU AAAAAALL AND I "AL-FERDOUS"... AMEN, AMEN, AMEN.
sometimes you can do business and have pleasure
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