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It’s my dear husband Major Rauf Ahmed’s 33rd death anniversary today.
Though I miss him but, I’m not sad because I’m sure that a upright honest human being, a loving husband, a caring father and a helping hand to everyone in need is surely to be in best place in heaven and blessed by Almighty.
I have gone through all tests and trials and turmoils bravely in all seasons and all reasons to give a better future to my adored four children and by the grace of Almighty I accomplished my targets successfully. It was made possible for the the love of my husband so that I would face him proudly when meet him there———
my warm prayers for him with love
Let’s go and spent night with the wounded
Their whole body’s bruised; perky the wounds
Hidden from one and all, wash their wounds
The wounded sigh even now in killer’s chamber
As evening drops wash wounds in killer’s chamber
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WISHING YOU LOT OF HAPPINESS PEACE AND MORE WISDOM
LOVE & REGARDS
Dear children ,
Let me share with you my dear ones what I see around me everywhere and feel.
You all our new and precious generation and our hope for better inshaAllah
We the elders and oldies are proud of each one of you. Allah has blessed us with you the adorable
But what disturbs me is the life style followed L no proper eating, no rest, and no comfortable sound sleep. I see children play games on computer or study at night.
Sleep is the food for the brain. During sleep, important body functions and brain activity occur. When we sleep the brain strengthens the neural pathways that cement the learning that took place that day.
When a smart phone left on a bedside its buzzing interrupts the sleep
Our body needs balance. A balanced flow of energy, neither too much nor too little for good health. Islam also emphasizes on; middle way or moderation in all things.
Not getting enough sleep can:
- Limit your ability to learn, listen, concentrate and solve problems. You may even forget important information like names, numbers.
- Lack of sleep can contribute to acne and other skin problems
- Decide what you need to change to get enough sleep to stay healthy, happy, and smart!
- Naps can help pick you up and make you work more efficiently, if you plan them right.
- Make your room a sleep haven.
- Let in bright light in the morning to signal your body to wake up.
- No pills, vitamins or drinks can replace good sleep
- About 1400 years ago, Muhammad (Sallallaho alaihe wassallam) stressed the importance of sleep for good health
Remove all technological devices after dinner
Love each one of more than before
Don’t mind what I have written. Just give it a thought and do what suits you
Wishing you glorious future with good health ameen
Yours Anno dadi
Maulana Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273)
Shams al-Din Mohammad (1185–1248) Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) ad. 1248 was an Iranian Sufi mystic born in the city of Tabriz in Iranian Azerbaijan. He is responsible for initiating Mawlana Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi (rah), usually known as Rumi in the West, into Islamic mysticism, and is immortalized by Rumi’s poetry collection Diwan-e Shams-e Tabriz-i (“The works Shams of Tabriz “) (Ra). Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) lived together with Rumi in Koyna in present day Turkey, for several years, and is also known to have traveled to Damascus in modern Syria.After several years with Rumi, Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) disappeared from the pages of history quite suddenly. It is unknown what happened to him after his departure from Rumi, and there are several sites that claim to his grave, one in a remote region of the Karakoram in Northern Pakistan at a place called Ziarat, near the village Shimshall, and another in the same city that was buried in Rumi: Konya, Turkey. Rumi’s love for Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), and his grief at his death, found expression in an outpouring of music, dance, and lyrics. Rumi himself left Konya and went searching for Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), traveled far Damascus before realizing that Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) and himself were, in fact, “the same” As the years passed, Rumi attributed more and more of his own poetry to Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Raz), as a sign of love for his deceased friend and master. In fact, it soon becomes clear in reading Rumi that Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Raz), was elevated to a symbol of God’s love for humanity, and that Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), was a Sun (“Shams” is Arabic for “sun”) shining the Light of God on Rumi.The image of Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), which is transmitted in the later Sufi tradition is that of an ecstatic wandering mystic teacher for Rumi. While the relationship between Rumi and Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Raz), is certainly one of the finest in the history of Islamic mysticism, the person of Shams is different from the image being projected onto him. The Maqalat Shams (oral discourses), which are now provided, Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), comes across as a scholar, who was especially interested in proving his devotion to the Prophet Muhammad (S). He repeatedly criticizes philosophers and other mystics who tried to elevate themselves above the prophet of Islam.In the contemporary period Tabrezi Shams, there is confusion over the name “Shams” as there were three persons existing at the same time. This was Tabrezi Shams, Ismaili PIR (Dai) and Ismaili Imam Shamsuddin Shams Sabzwari.The tomb in Multan, Pakistan is Pir Shams Sabzwari, but it is known as Shams Tabrez. Nobody knows exactly where the tomb of Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(GAC) is located.
Miracles Performed by Hazrat Shams Tabrez (Ra)
Maulana (religious teacher) Rumi could never have become Maula Rumi
Without submitting to Spiritual Guide Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra)
I am a woman
Though I’m a woman
Though frail and fragile
Doesn’t seem proper
To stand face to face to you
As you are Adam, son of Adam!
You being is highly eminent
The angels prostrated you
Where is it mentioned yet?
That you are superior to me
I am part of you, I’m from you
If you were solely complete
If you were so ultimate and eventual
Then you would just live by yourself
Why at all did Lord created me
After all I am something too!
Not only something but a lot more
I am EVE!
I’m daughter of Eve
I’m your second half
I’m your soulmate and yen
Then how come I’m lower to you
Can any body part be inferior to other parts?
Is the moon less significant than the Sun?
I may be delicate and fragile
But, I’m like you; just as you are
Ego is inherent in me too
Egoistic and have self-esteem too
Can’t be easily subjugated as
I’m self-reliant and buoyant too
I can’t be overcome, as I’m you!
We both are one and alike
My fragile gentle being is part of you
ـــــــلام بنـــــت حـــوا
میں عورت ذات سہی،
کمزور و کم تر سہی،
کہ مجھے زیب نہیں دیتا
تیرے آگے اکڑنا، . . . .☀
تو تو آدم ہے،
کہ ابن آدم ہے
جو اعلی تخلیق کہلایا
جسے فرشتوں نے پوجا. . .☀
مگر یہ کہاں لکھا ہے
تو مجھ سے معتبر ہے. . .☀
میں بھی تو تیرا ہی حصہ ہوں
تیری پسلی سے نکلی ہوں
گر تو مکمل ہوتا،
گر تو ہی سب کچھ ہوتا
تو رہ لیتا خود اکیلا،
خدا میری تخلیق کیوں کرتا؟ ☀
میں بھی تو کچھ ہوں
کچھ نہیں بہت کچھ ہوں،
کہ بنت حوا ہوں. . . ☀
جو تیری پاسباں بنی،
تیرا سائباں بنی،
تیرا زار کہلائی،
تیری ہمراز کہلائی. . . ☀
تو یہ کیسے ممکن ہے؟
بھلا کیونکر ممکن ہے؟
میں کم تر کہلاؤں،
کبھی اپنے وجود کا بھی کوئی حصہ کم تر ہوسکتا ہے؟ ☀
بھلا چاند اور سورج میں کوئی بدتر ہوسکتا ہے؟
میں لاکھ نازک و کمزور سہی،
مگر میں تجھ سی ہی ہوں،
انا مجھ میں بھی رکھی ہے،
بلا کی رکھی ہے،. . .☀
کچھ مان میرا بھی ہے،
خودار میں بھی ہوں،
بلا کی ہوں،
بے مول ہوکر جھک نہیں سکتی،
تیری انا سے مٹ نہیں سکتی، . . . ☀
تو بھی تو میرے جیسا ہے.
میرا کمزور وجود بھی تیرے وجود کا حصہ ہے