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  The Ruh and Allah's Secret Ocean.
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 06-19-2018, 09:53 PM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



As-Salaam alaikum,




In ayat 85 of Surat Bani-Isra'el of the Holy Qur'an (17:85), Allah Ta'ala says:--




     "And they ask you concerning the ruh (spirit or soul).




      Say: the ruh (comes) by command of my Lord: of knowledge




     it is a little that is communicated to you, (O men!)."




With this ayat, we come to understand that the ruh.. the spirit or soul in our body is one of those things that are of high spiritual mysteries, which cannot be explained in terms of our everyday human experiences. It is Allah's secret ocean..... an ocean from which you and I are able to look, feel, walk, touch, smell, speak, hold, hear, taste etc




How is it that we are able to do all this, but yet we don not know how we are looking, smelling, hearing, walking, tasting, speaking?  You may lift your hand up and let it fall down again; you may catch something, but you do not know how you are catching that thing. You are walking, but you do not know how you are able to walk!!




Looking into ourselves, we see a perfect balance. There are 360 organs (internal and external) in our bodies... each has its own function. When one of them works, it does not prevent the other from working. So, it is not possible for you/us to understand about ruh more than this.... other than to acknowledge and/or declare: Allahu  Akbar!  Allahu  Akbar!!   La-ilaha illallahu, Allahu Akbar  Wa Lillahil-Hamd!!!


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  Consider Ayat 257 of Surat Baqra.
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 06-03-2018, 11:43 AM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



As-Salaam alaikum,




Ayat 257 of Surat Baqra of the Holy Qur'an (2:257) reads:--




     "Allah is the Wali of those who believe. He brings them out from




     darkness into the Light."




Allah, may He be Exalted, says He is the Protective Friend of those who believe. Nu'uman Ali Khan explained that Allah Ta'ala did not use the word mu'minoon.. meaning 'the believers'. He said, "those who believed". Who are they?  They are the people who have entered into imaan (faith) but it has not settled in their hearts yet. He is the Protective Friend of those people.  Not the perfect ones, but the ones who struggle- those who are not there yet. And how is He a Protective Friend?




He has the constant attribute of pulling them-- pulling us, those who go up and down in their faith-- out of darkness, and bringing them into Light. Not just one time, but over and over again. Just like He forgives sins over and over. He always has our back, Gafur-Raheem.


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  Bitlocker- decrypting drive
Posted by: hawrdstrack - 04-16-2018, 08:28 AM - Forum: General - No Replies



Hello everyone,




I encrypted my toshiba external hdd and now have no access to it what-so-ever, I'm running 10 pro with latest updates but get a message saying i need a newer version of windows to do this????. The drive is seen by laptop ( Dell Vostro 1015 ) it also locks up my screen some times until I remove the usb, this can last all night. I have 650 gb on the drive of 750gb. 




Can anyone help. 




I did not find the right solution from the internet.




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  Be Immuned From Iblis.
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 04-08-2018, 05:15 PM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



As-Salaam alaykum,




The Noble Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:--




    "Three (classes of people) are immune from Iblis and his hordes: those who constantly hold Allah




    in remembrance by night and day; those who seek forgiveness before dawn; and those who weep




   for fear of Allah (most Great and Majestic)."




Narrated by Abul Shaykh in Kitab al-Thawab, on the authority of Ibn Abbas.


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  Asking For Forgiveness: A Great Honor.
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 03-02-2018, 02:41 PM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



As-Salaam alaikum,




Says Allah, Azzah Wa Jallah, in the Holy Qur'an:--




   "AND SEEK FORGIVENESS OF ALLAH. INDEED ALLAH IS FORGIVING AND MERCIFUL" (73:29)




   "SURELY, ALLAH LOVES THOSE PEOPLE WHO CONSTANTLY REPENT TO HIM" (2:222)




 




 Note that in above verse/ayat (2:222), Allah did not say, 'Allah loves the Taa'ibeen (those who repent), but He said, Tawwabeen, which means those who constantly... over and over, repent.




As humans, we sometimes tend to strap off the path for a while. What should we do when we realize we erred ?  How do we ensure that our repentance is sincere, consistent and successful? There are 3 main steps one must take in order to sincerely repent:--




 (1) Deeply regret with a sincere heart for the sin committed.




 (2) Return to Allah Ta'ala for forgiveness: recite lots of Instighfar




(3) Make a strong intention never to return to that same sin again.




May Allah Ta'ala help us in returning to Him... always... ameen.


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  Just A Minute....
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 02-05-2018, 11:02 AM - Forum: "And remind for reminding benefit the believers - No Replies



As-Salaam alaikum,




May I have the pleasure of reminding you/us to always:---




(1) Be scrupulous in all our affairs. Righteousness in the deen depends on Righteousness as the great Imam, Sidi al-Hasan Basri, Rahimahullah, said: "Ascend to Allah by means of your himma (efforts) since what was going to happen has happened and what is decreed will certainly come about. By Allah, turning to creation is hidden shirk. The Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said: 'If someone devotes himself to Allah, Allah will spare him every burden and provide for him from where he does not reckon."




Prefer Allah to all things since things are by their nature transitory and vanishing. 'All things are passing except His Face'. (27:88)




(2) Keep your tongues still except in Zikrullah. The disasters of the tongue are many. A man may speak one word which he finds inconsequential, but because of it fall into the fire of Jahannam for 70 years, as is related. All words which are not Zikr are a distraction and there is no hour in which a person does not remember Allah, Tabaraka Wa Ta'ala, which will not be a regret for him on the Day of Rising, as is related.




So, beware of sitting with people of this world and socializing with except out of legal necessity. The Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said: "Do not sit with the dead or your hearts will die." He was asked: "Who are the dead, O Messenger of Allah?".  He answered: "Those who love this world and desire it."  And Allah, Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, says:--




                   "So turn away from him who turns away from Our Remembrance and desires




                    nothing but the life of this world." (53:29)




 


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  Ever Thought Of Ayat 16, Surat Sajdah?
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 02-05-2018, 10:32 AM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



As-Salaam alaikum,




Ayat or verse 16 of Surat Sajdah of the Holy Qur'an (32:16) reads:--




    "THEIR SIDES FORSAKE THEIR BEDS."  This is in reference to those servants of Allah, Jallah-Jalalahu, who offer the voluntary night prayer, known as Tahajjud. It is the same Sallah about which the Noble Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:--




           "Hold fast to night prayer, for it was the way of the righteous before you, a way of drawing




           closer to your Lord, an expiation for wrong deeds, and a shield from sin." [Tirmidhi].




'Qiyam' literally means standing up, particularly after sleeping, just as we say... 'YUOM AL-QIYAMAH' for Day of Judegement as we rise to stand before Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, after much rest in our graves. That is why sleep is like a daily death, and Qiyam is to rise from it. Whoever stands in the night in prayer, Allah will make easy for him in standing on the Day of Judgement, as some of our 'Ulama observe.




Sayyadi Ibn Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, also advised: "Whoever loves to find the long standing of the day of Resurrection less difficult should let him show himself to Allah in the darkness of the night prostrating ( in Sajdah) and standing, fearing the Hereafter and hoping for Mercy of his Lord.




In view of this, we should all make it a regular habit to be offering the Tahajjud every day..every night.. of our life.




Best Wishes.


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  And Muhammad is His Messenger.
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 11-21-2017, 08:24 PM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



As-Salaam alaikum,




 Sayyadi Hassan al-Basri, may Allah be Merciful to him, relates that a group of individuals claimed to love Allah and so Allah tested their love by revealing the Ayat: "Say, If you love Allah, then follow me and Allah will love you and forgive you your sins." (3:31)




Al-Junaid Baghdadi, may Allah be Merciful to him, said: "No one has reached Allah except through Allah. And the path to reaching Allah is following the Chosen One, al-Mustafa, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam."  Reaching Allah means attaining a state in which Allah is pleased with one. It is based on this perspective that the Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:-




             "All of my community will enter paradise except those who refuse." It was asked, "O Messenger of Allah, who refuses?"




             He said:- "Whoever obeys me will enter Heaven. Whoever disobeys me has refused." [Bukhari, Vol. 6].


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  Seeking The Beloved.
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 11-20-2017, 09:43 PM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



                         "The one who tries to reach Me, knows Me




                           The one who knows Me, wants Me




                           The one who wants Me, seeks Me




                          The one who seeks Me, finds Me




                          The one who finds Me, serves Me




                          The one who serves Me, remembers Me




                          The one who remembers Me, I remember him with My Mercy".




                                                                                                (Hadith Qudsi)


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  Wonderful !!
Posted by: Abu Hafsat - 11-20-2017, 09:36 PM - Forum: Islam - No Replies



As-Salaam alaikum,




 In a Hadith Qudsi, Allahu Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala said:-- "For Me, the most blessed of My Friends is the person of faith who is unburdened (by possessions), who takes pleasure




                                                                                          in prayer, who carries out well his devotion to his Lord and eagerly serves Him in secret. He is concealed among the




                                                                                         people; no one points him out. His sustenance is barely sufficient, and he is content with that. His death comes quickly,




                                                                                        there are few mourners, and his estate is small."




This Noble Hadith is included, with minor variations, in the canonical collections of Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah and Ibn Hanbal.


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