Thank you so much Chriti Moise for nominating me for the Shine on award
These are rules to follow for this award :
1.) Show appreciation of the blogger who nominated you and link back to them in your post.
2.) Add the award logo to your blog.
3.) Share 7 things about yourself.
A few things about me you’ll find if you visit this blog or you can try here.
4.) Nominate 5 – 10 or so bloggers you admire.
Seven things about me
Thank you Ajaytao for nominating me for the award
Seven thing about me
Adorn your hair with stars and smile forever
Forget your long-gone past, and chant now
All those tears you endured for so long
Now rest thy head on my chest to weep
Come and knock at the door of my heart
Come in with dignity to reside for evermore
Load my arms with your warm touch
Then hold back the warmth of the sun
Give me all thy pains, and take my joys
Then keep smiling the rest of thy life
From many gloomy nights and setbacks
I am tired, and have collapsed, come lift me up
Bearing agony and trying to be composed
I’m worn out now; take me in your arms
Gather some sea shells and sweet dreams
My love is an ocean, come and dive in there
Those who think love is not strong, Ahmar
Come with me to make them jealous
(She is my very respected dear sister in law who spends her night in worshiping Allah and never hurts any one with her words or deeds. May she live long to illuminate us with her wisdom. She’s very literary and an institute within herself. Very hospitable, humble and always smiling )
Intention is an alchemic treatment that can turn base into noble gold.It is sometimes interpreted that good intentions justify bad deeds too and turn sins creditable. This is entirely wrong. Sin is always a sin, no matter how noble the intention may be. For example if someone breaks into a house to steal with the intention of giving away as alms whatever he would steal, would be a thief deserving the set punishment. His good intentions would not earn him any merit nor would his sin be pardoned.
- One treats his children with love because it earns him merit
- Hospitality to guests is an act of merit
- Planting a sapling or plant in the house so that it may one day be of use of some man or animal and please the onlooker would be a good deed
- If a woman dresses herself in beautiful attire and wears ornaments and adorns herself to please her husband and if a man remains clean and neat to please his wife, both are good deeds
- If a watch is worn to know the value of time which is indented to be spent on good deeds, it is an act that earns merit
May Almighty guide us all to lead a pious and healthy life to help others and be rewarded
Neighbor’s rights are many and are ordained by Allah. The holy Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h)said; “Gabriel advised me so much regarding neighbor’s rights that I began to suspect that he would be included among the heirs”
The first and foremost and the principal right the neighbor is not to cause him pain, trouble or sorrow; moreover, helping him in his need, sending him occasional gifts, sharing his joys and sorrows are all meritorious and rewarding acts. If a neighbor is hungry, regardless of color cast or religion, rich or poor, it is not meritorious to feed him but also a bounden duty.
Cordial and courteous behavior is very pleasing to Allah and is also rewarding.
O’ God, I have obtained one promise from you.
And on no account will You go against it.
After all, I am a human being.
If ever I have harmed any one or have spoken ill of him,
or cursed him, or flogged him, then in compensation
for all this, give him Your blessings,
Your purity and Your nearness- amen
God extends His hand at night so that He may accept repentance
of those who indulge in wickedness during the day
God extends His hand during the day so that He may accept repentance
of those who indulge in wickedness during the night.
This will continue till the sun rises in the west
O’ God, I, seek divine guidance so that
I may remain steadfast in what is just.
I seek divine guidance in order to be
firm in righteousness.
I seek divine guidance in the manner that I express
my gratitude for Your favors and worship with devotion.
I seek from You a tongue that speaks the truth
and a heart which is pure and clean–amen
There was a man who used to give loans to poor people. When his assistant used to go to them to recover the loans, the master would urge him to be forgiving to those who were not able to pay back his loans with ease, believing that, in that way, perhaps God would show him forgiveness.
When the man came face to face with the Almighty, He forgave him.
Hadith of Al-Bukhari and Muslim on the authority of Abu Hurayrah