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- ciapk - 08-02-2010

Yar yasir soney TV pay CID daikh liay kro -)

- Anamz1 - 08-12-2010

<font face="Comic Sans MS">Aslam o Alikum to all of you. (1st Ramzan Mubarak)

Well since I have joined the forum, have tried to provide you every sort of stuff to read, learn motivate, to handle and this understand this world and life's aspects with the help of stories, experiences, articles, quotations or essays, But now something for soul! (As per the month's requirement).

The essence, the food on which the nourishment of our soul depends!

So this includes all sort of things including Hadith, Sayings of Imams, Sufism etc.

Hope you will also try to track your self towards "falah" by my this minimal effort.

<center>Allah has revealed to me that you should adopt humility so that no one oppresses another.</center>
<center><i><b>(Riyadh-us-Salaheen, Hadith 1589)</b></i></center>

<center>Even as the fingers of the two hands are equal, so are human beings equal to one another. No one has any right, nor any preference to claim over another. You are brothers. </center>
<center><i><b>(Final Sermon of Muhammad S.A.W.W)</b></i></center>

<center>Do not turn away a poor man...even if all you can give is half a date. If you love the poor and bring them near you...God will bring you near Him on the Day of Resurrection.</center>
<center><i><b>(Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 1376)</b></i></center>

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- WARDAH - 08-12-2010

luvly sharing anumz once again jazakallah!

- Namia Beera - 08-12-2010

@ Yasir Bhai
if u are much into mystery, magic, alchemy type reading...
than must read
The Lost symbol.. (its basically on FREE MASONARY... but remember... some how its against our islamic concepts, not anti islam)
The ALchemist... (its the best book that i have ever read after Pir-E-Kamil)
and Brida

- yasir_live - 08-13-2010


Thanks for Sharing.


Yes Dear I will go through your recommendations very soon.


- raza 123 - 08-13-2010

Gud one P Now my turn P

- raza 123 - 08-13-2010

<b>Concept Of Companionship</b>

Human Beings in all phases of life, from the very beginning of childhood and youth, old age till his death, are in need of friendship and association with others. Owing to his social nature, man is compelled to live in society and with other individuals. And most of our lives depend on interaction with others.

Friendship is such a beautiful gift. A friend in need is a friend in deed after all. A friend is a very important person in one's life. Those who have worthy friends are never lonely and friendless in the world, since in joy and sorrow, their true friends help and support them. Naturally, a human being feels happy at the companionship of friends, and is sad at being lonely and distress and having no worthy companions.

Islam has placed tremendous importance on the aspect of sociability and friendship. This sense of companionship holds a lot of significance in any relationship. In the Noble Qur'an, Allah (SWT) clearly states that He too chose friends for himself; who were none other than Prophet Ibrahim, Khalil Allah (as), and Prophet Muhammad, Habib Allah (saw).

Today, we see intense disputes and altercations arising even between parents and children and as well as among siblings. This is chiefly due to the fact that, though their relationship is marked with blood ties, the all-important sentiments of fellowship and friendship are sorely missing. Our experience will tell us that friendship often takes precedence over blood relations. Man tends to heed his friends more than his relatives. He trusts his companions more than his own kin. The youth today, confide in their friends, while being discreet with their parents.

Islam is in complete harmony with man's nature. Hence, it has dealt with this topic of friendship in detail. Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) and Ahlul Bayt (as) were at pains to explain the etiquette and decorum of true friendship, so that we can acquire benefit out of companionship; a benefit whose effects will be manifested in the world as well as the hereafter.

Imam Ali (as) observes, "He indeed is unfortunate who does not have any friends, but worse is the one who has friends, but loses them."

Imam Ali (as) Says "Live amongst people in such a manner that if you die they weep over you and if you are alive they crave for your company (friendship)."

- WARDAH - 08-13-2010

luvly sharing raza. ab ye baat doat bhi smjh ly or hide n seek khailna bnd kr dy mairy sath to achi baat hogi.

- Namia Beera - 08-13-2010

Some Beautiful Qoutes From the story, <b>THE ALCHEMIST</b> by PAULO COELHO....

<font color="blue">"When a person really desires something, all the universe conspires to help that person to realize his dream."
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<font color="maroon">“All you have to do is contemplate a simple grain of sand, and you will see in it all the marvels of creation. Listen to your heart. It knows all things, because it came from the Soul of the World, and it will one day return there.” </font id="maroon">

<font color="blue">“Remember that wherever your heart is, there you will find your treasure.” You’ve got to find the treasure, so that everything you have learned along the way can make sense. “</font id="blue">

<font color="maroon">“Tell your heart that the fear of suffering is worse than the suffering itself. And that no heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second’s encounter with God and with eternity.”
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<font color="blue">“When you are loved, you can do anything in creation. When you are loved, there’s no need at all to understand what’s happening, because everything happens within you.”</font id="blue">

<font color="maroon">“I don’t live in either my past or my future. I’m interested only in the present. If you can concentrate always on the present, you’ll be a happy man. Life will be a party for you, a grand festival, because life is the moment we’re living now.”</font id="maroon">

<font color="blue">“When each day is the same as the next, it’s because people fail to recognize the good things that happen in their lives every day that the sun rises.”</font id="blue">

- Anamz1 - 08-13-2010

<font face="Comic Sans MS"><font color="maroon">[font=Comic Sans MS]<center><u><b>7 Reasons to Read the Quran</b></u></center>

<b>1. Inimitable</b>
It dares you to disprove it. How? It says that humans cannot write a book like this even if they pooled all their resources together and got help also from the spirits. The Qurân said this fourteen hundred years ago and yet no one has been able to disprove it. Billions of books have been written-but not another one like the Qurân.
2. Incorruptible</b>
It is the only religious sacred writing that has been in circulation for such a long time and yet remains as pure as it was in the beginning. The Qurân was kept intact. Nothing was added to it; nothing was changed in it; and nothing was taken away from it ever since its revelation was completed 1400 years ago.

<b>3. Unsurpassable</b>
The Qurân is Allah’s final revelation to humankind. Allah revealed the Torah to Moses, the Psalms to David, the Gospel to Jesus, and finally the Qurân to Muhammad (S.A.W.W) Peace be upon Moses, David, Jesus and Muhammad (S.A.W.W). No other book will come from Allah to surpass His final revelation.

<b>4. Indisputable</b>
The Qurân withstands the test of time and scrutiny. No one can dispute the truth of this book. It speaks about past history and turns out right. It speaks about the future in prophecies and it turns out right. It mentions details of physical phenomena which were not known to people at the time; yet later scientific discoveries prove that the Qurân was right all along. Every other book needs to be revised to accord with modern knowledge. The Qurân alone is never contradicted by a newly discovered scientific fact.

<b>5. Your Roadmap for Life and Afterlife</b>
The Qurân is the best guidebook on how to structure your life. No other book presents such a comprehensive system involving all aspects of human life and endeavor. The Qurân also points out the way to secure everlasting happiness in the afterlife. It is your roadmap showing how to get to Paradise.

<b>6. Allah’s Gift of Guidance</b>
Allah has not left you alone. You were made for a reason. Allah tells you why he made you, what he demands from you and what he has in store for you. If you operate a machine contrary to its manufacturer’s specification you will ruin that machine. What about you? Do you have an owner’s manual for yourself? The Qurân is from your Maker. It is a gift for you to make sure you function for success, lest you fail to function.
It is a healing from Allah. It satisfies the soul, and cleans the heart. It removes doubts and brings peace.

<b>7. Your Calling Card to Communicate with your Lord</b>
Humans are social creatures. We love to communicate with other intelligent life. The Qurân tells us how to communicate with the source of all intelligence and the source of all life-the One Allah. The Qurân tells us who Allah is, by what name we should address Him, and the way in which to communicate with Him.
Are these not seven sufficient reasons for reading the Qurân?

<b>Note</b> An article of One Minute Messages, written by Brother Abdarraouf Shakir
<b>Book Reference </b> An article of One Minute Messages

<b>Worthy Ref Quotes from The Quran</b>
Deeds of Righteousness </b>
<center>If any do deeds of righteousness,--be they male or female--and have faith, they will enter Heaven, and not the least injustice will be done to them.</center>
<center><b>(Qur'an, An-Nisa, Surah 4124)</b></center>

<b>Work Righteousness</b>
<center>"But those who believe and work righteousness, and humble themselves before their Lord, they will be companions of the gardens, to dwell therein for aye!"</center>
(<center><b>Qur'an, The Prophet Hud, Surah 1123) </b></center>
Allah Is One Who Heareth</b>
<center>"And make not Allah's (name) an excuse in your oaths against doing good, or acting rightly, or making peace between persons; for Allah is One Who heareth and knoweth all things." </center>
<center><b>(Qur'an, Al-Baqara, Surah 2224)</b></center>

<b>Establish Regular Prayer </b>
<center>"Verily, I am Allah. There is no god but I So serve thou Me (only), and establish regular prayer for celebrating My praise. Verily the Hour is coming--My design is to keep it hidden--for every soul to receive its reward by the measure of its Endeavour."</center>
<center><b>(Qur'an, Ta Ha, Surah 2014-15)</b></center>

<b>Persevere in Adversity </b>
<center>“O you who believe! Strengthen yourselves with resolution and prayer. Indeed Allah is with those who persevere in adversity.”</center>
<center><b>(Qur'an, Al-Baqara, Surah 2153) </b></center>

<b>Enrich from His Own Abundance </b>
<center>“God will reward those who have faith and do good; he will enrich them from his own abundance. As for those who are disdainful and proud, he will severely punish them; and they will find that no one besides God can protect or help them.”</center>
<center><b>(Qu'ran, An-Nisa, Surah 4173)</b></center>

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- WARDAH - 08-13-2010

nice sharings from u both namia n anumz dear.

- Namia Beera - 08-13-2010

thanks bj

- Osama Rules - 08-14-2010


I have seen many muslims doing what is expected of them only out of fear of Allah.BUT we muslims should live our life in a nice balance of <b>hope </b> & <b>fear</b> as umar(r.a) use to say (not exact wordings)

If Allah tells me that He will grant paradise to all but with only one exception,I would fear that this person may be myself BUT if Allah tells me that I would throw everyone in hell but with one exception,I would hope that this person shall be myself.


- WARDAH - 08-14-2010

yup osama u r rite -)

- raza 123 - 08-14-2010

@Osama dude nice yar -) greatt awesome