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Journey towards ALLAH( Amina)  اهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ 👐❤ صبرا يا نفسي Islamic Reminders 🌸Share whatever You like. No need to tag me on my posts No👊 Dms from men's

Every person has a unique set of talents, abilities, skills and preferences.

One aspect of the Prophet's ﷺ character was his ability to lead - Nabī ﷺ employed his companions رضي الله عنهم each in accordance to his or her talents and expertise.

Ḥaḍrat 'Alī رضي الله عنه was both just and wise, so the Prophet ﷺ appointed him to be a judge.
The Prophet ﷺ used Ḥaḍrat Mu'ādh رضي الله عنه for his knowledge.
Ḥaḍrat Ubay رضي الله عنه for the Qur'ān.
Ḥaḍrat Zayd رضي الله عنه for rulings in matters of inheritance.
Ḥaḍrat Khālid bin Walīd رضي الله عنه for battles and Ḥaḍrat Ḥussain رضي الله عنه for poetry.

To melt into the personality of another, for whatever reason, is akin suicide and to imitate the natural traits of others is to deliver a deathblow to one's own self. Amongst Allāh's signs is that one should marvel at the diverse characteristics of people - such their talents, the different languages they speak and the difference in colour.

Ḥaḍrat Abū Bakr رضي الله عنه, for example, through his gentleness and tenderness, greatly benefitted Islām and this nation. Ḥaḍrat Umar رضي الله عنه on the other hand, helped Islām and its adherent to be victorious through his stern demeanour and austerity.

Therefore, be comfortable with your inherent talents and abilities. Develop them, expand them and benefit from them.
[Don't Be Sad, Dr. Â'id al-Qarni, Page 133] -

Narrated Abu Hurairah (Radhi Allāhu Anhu): Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said:
"Allah said: All the deeds of Adam's sons (people) are for them, except fasting which is for Me, and I will give the reward for it.

Fasting is a shield or protection from the fire and from committing sins.

If one of you is fasting, he should avoid sexual relation with his wife and quarreling, and if somebody should fight or quarrel with him, he should say, 'I am fasting.'
By Him in Whose Hands my soul is The unpleasant smell coming out from the mouth of a fasting person is better in the sight of Allah than the smell of musk.

There are two pleasures for the fasting person, one at the time of breaking his fast, and the other at the time when he will meet his Lord; then he will be pleased because of his fasting."
[Bukhari 1904]

🌸Narrated from Hafsah(رضي الله عنه) that she said, "There is no fast for the one who does not intend to fast before dawn."
[Sunan Nasai 2338 | Sahih]
🌸Narrated from Ibn Umar(رضي الله عنه) that he said, "None should fast except the one who intended to fast before dawn."
[Sunan Nasai 2343 | Sahih]
BUT, in no way one should pronounce and utter this intention, uttering the intention for an act of worship is a Bid'ah as this is not proven from any authentic hadith of the Prophet(ﷺ) or the Sahabah.
🚫This dua which is famous in Public, "وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ" (I intend to keep the fast for tomorrow in the month of Ramadan) is a fabricated Dua.
It doesn't exist even in any weak hadith of any hadith book, it is made up by so called Molvis themselves and to recite it is a Bid'ah as it is not proven and is contrary to the Sunnah.

🚫There is no authentic Dua which should be recited before breaking the fast.
🌸One can make any supplication he/she wants as this is the time for acceptance of Dua as mentioned in the hadith. The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: "There are three whose supplications are not turned back: A just ruler, and a fasting person until he breaks his fast."
[Ibn Majah 1752 | Hasan]
🌸Or recite the dhikr(azkar) of evening.
🌸And before breaking the fast, one should recite, 'Bismillah' as this was the practice of Prophet(ﷺ). Check Sunan Ibn Majah 3264 | Sahih.
🚫 The Dua which is famous in Public, "اللَّهُم انيَّ لَكَ صُمْتُ وَ عَلَى رِزْقِكَ أَفْطَرْتُ وَ عَلَيْكَ تَوَكَّلْتُ" (O Allah! I fasted for You and I believe in You and I put my trust in You and I break my fast with Your sustenance) is Da'if(weak) because of being Mursal.
Note: Mursal hadith are not evidence, check Muqadimmah/Introduction of Sahih Muslim, no. 21.
🔹However, there is authentic Dua which should be recited AFTER breaking the fast mentioned in the picture.
That was the Dua (Supplication) of Prophet (ﷺ) after he broke his fast. So to recite it after breaking the fast is Sunnah! 💕
Caption taken from @blessedmuslims and Allāh knows best! 🌼

This is how it will start and this is how it will end ALLAHU akbar
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#mustwatch #allahisthegreatest #islam #end #ofearth #endofdeath #allhuakbar -

I Love You. I know you will be shocked I'm confessing, You mean so much to me. I try to get close to you but you seem to be looking elsewhere. The more I give you my attention, you think about someone else. My heart pains when I call and no one answers. I try to give myself to you but you seem not to be ready. Pls let me love you. Its me Qur'an. Everyday you open your inbox to read messages from your friends but how many times do you open to read messages from Allah contained in me?Please read this to the end. My name is Qur'an. You hardly have time for me. I love you and will intercede for you on the day of Qiyammah in front of Allah. I am always neglected by you. I need you to spend 30mins of your time with me everyday(minimum). Today I want this message across the world before midnight. Will you help in spreading,as a result creating awareness about me? I LOVE YOU BADLY!!!

Part 4:

Musa Ibn Talha (r.a.) says,

"I did not see anyone more eloquent than Aisha (r.a.)"

Mustadrak of Hakim, vol.4, p.11.
7. Men and women came from far and wide to benefit from her knowledge.
Aisha's great interest in the study of the Qur'an is understandable. She was an eye-witness to a number of revelations and had therefore a clear idea of the circumstances in which they were revealed. It was on her bed alone (and no other consort's) that the Prophet received Wahy (Divine Revelations) several times. This helped her in interpreting the verses.

8. At the time of the Prophet's death, the Prophet's head was on her lap. It was in her quarters that the Prophet was buried.

The life of Aisha (R) is a proof that a woman can be far more learned than men and that she can be the teacher of scholars and experts. Her life is also a proof that a woman can exert influence over men and women and provide them with inspiration and leadership. Aisha (R) is a continuing inspiration and role model to today's youth who are diligently searching for an example amongst the pop stars, movie actresses and sports stars. May the memory of her's live forever in the heart of the Muslim Ummah and may Allah grant her the highest abode in Paradise...Ameen.

It was the aforementioned qualities of Aisha (r.a.) and the Prophet's guidance in moulding these capabilities for the service of Islam, were the main reasons, why the Prophet Married young Aisha (r.a.), and not the perverted reasons brought forth by misguided orientalists.

Allah willed the prophet to marry mother Ayesha because she was about to live long after him in order to teach the generations to come and make sure nothing would be corrupted and any doctor would tell you that women start to forget after she reached 27 and since Ayesha was young she had a great memory and she was the only among the prophet's wives to narrate to us all the hadiths we know ☺️

The west try so hard to give a perverted reason insulting our prophet pbuh while subhan Allah, in usa and other non muslim countries the legal age to have sexual relations is 11 years old in our time!..what a hypocrite world indeed. End

Part 3:

So far as the Hadith or sayings of the Prophet is concerned, Aisha (r.a.) is one of four persons (the others being Abu Hurayra, Abdullah ibn Umar, and Anas ibn Malik) who transmitted more than two thousand sayings. From her, 2210 Hadith have come, out of which 174 Hadith are commonly agreed upon by both Bukhari and Muslim.

Many of her transmissions pertain to some of the most intimate aspects of personal behaviour which only someone in Aisha's position could have learnt. What is most important is that her knowledge of Hadith was passed on in written form by at least three persons including her nephew Urwah who became one of the greatest scholars among the generation after the Companions.
It is the claim of the Scholars of Islam that without her, half of the Ilm-I-Hadith [knowledge, understanding of the Hadith (and Islam)] would have perished.
5. Many of the learned companions of the Prophet and their followers benefited from Aishah's knowledge. Abu Musa al-Ash'ari once said:
"If we companions of the Messenger of God had any difficulty on a matter, we asked Aisha about it."

"I did not find anyone more proficient [than Aisha (r.a.)] in the knowledge of the Holy Qur'an, the Commandments of Halal (lawful) and Haram (prohibited), Ilmul-Ansab and Arabic poetry. That is why, even senior companions of the Prophet used to consult Aisha (r.a.) in resolving intricate issued".

Ibn Qayyim and Ibn Sa'ad, Jala-ul-Afham, vol. 2, p. 26.

Abu Musa al-Ash'ari says:

"Never had we (the companions) had any difficulty for the solution of which we approached Aisha and did not get some useful information from her".

Sirat-I-Aisha, on the authority of Trimidhi, p. 163.
6. As a teacher she had a clear and persuasive manner of speech and her power of oratory has been described in superlative terms by al-Ahnaf who said: "I have heard speeches of Abu Bakr and Umar, Uthman and Ali and the Khulafa up to this day, but I have not heard speech more persuasive and more beautiful from the mouth of any person than from the mouth of Aisha."

Mother Ayesha used to teach the Sahaba islam she was the greatest scholar of islam..part 4👉

Part 2:

Our beloved prophet pbuh married each of his wives for a reason not for the sake of having many wives... If he wanted to have many wives he would have married young and virgin wives but all his wives were either widows or divorcees and old, and when khadeeja was alive he was married only to her he was 25 and she was 40, he was unmarried and she was a widow yet he never saw it as an obstacle and even loved her more than anything and cried her even after years of her death...

Now the reasons behind marrying mother Ayesha are many but I will count the important ones:
1. The Prophet married Aisha primarily for three reasons:

a. To reinforce the friendly relations already existing with Abu Bakr (his closest companion). b. To educate and train Aisha for the purposes of Islam (so she remains an inspiration to future Muslim women to be educated and learned).

c. To utilise her capabilities for the sake of Islam.

2. Her Marriage with the prophet was a Wahy (Divine Revelation). She, herself relates from the Prophet. "He said, 'I saw you in dreams three times. The angel brought you to me and you were clad in white silk. He (the angel) said that it was your consort and he (angel) showed me by opening your face. You are just like that..." Sahih Muslim, Vol.2, p. 285.

3. Aisha (r.a.) was born after her parents had embraced Islam. Therefore, she was free from the defilement of polytheism right from her birth.

4. In her youth, already known for her striking beauty and her formidable memory, she came under the loving care and attention of the Prophet himself. As his wife and close companion she acquired from him knowledge and insight such as no woman has ever acquired.

Aisha lived on almost fifty years after the passing away of the Prophet. She had been his wife for a decade. Much of this time was spent in learning and acquiring knowledge of the two most important sources of God's guidance, the Qur'an and the Sunnah of His Prophet. Aisha (r.a.) was one of the three wives (the other two being Hafsa (r.a.) and Umm Salama (r.a.) who memorised the Revelation. Like Hafsa (r.a.), she had her own script of the Qur'an written after the prophet had died.. Part 3

It is not a secret that in our time many non muslims always bring the marriage of our beloved prophet to mother Aisha, but the thing is that these same people don't even know their own history and know nothing about the life of mother Ayesha and our beloved prophet pbuh...

1400 years ago it wasn't something uncommon or weird for women to marry at very young age! In fact it was something very normal, if you look even at our great grandmothers you will find out that they got married at 15,16,14 and sometimes even at 12! Why? Because women used to have early menstruation and they were very mature unlike in our time where if a woman get married at 20 it will be said :"oh but she is too young!!its too early!"...each time is different and in the ancient times marrying at 20 years old was concidered old actually!
Now what majority of non muslims ignore it's that not only muslim women got married at early age but also Christians and Jewish women and even Hindu and other women from other religions, way after the time of the prophet pbuh many Christian queens and princesses got married at younger age than Ayesha such as lady Anne Beaufort, Queen Victoria who was married at 8 years old, Juliette the protagonist of Romeo and Juliette was 14 years old!yes indeed! This love story that got the whole world crazy about it, it's protagonist is 14 years old!!! But no one would comment on it or speak bad about it ...

Mother Ayesha r.a was engaged to a pagan Arab at the age of 6 years old! This is what sadly even some muslims ignore.. She was about to marry him then she had to stop the engagement because he was a pagan and she was a muslim and when she reached 9 years old the prophet asked her hand and she was very happy and she immediately agreed and they got married when she reached 11 years old...

Now there is a wisdom behind the marriage of the prophet to Ayesha: it wasn't for nothing and the prophet pbuh saw her many times in his dream before ,if Allah wanted the prophet to marry mother Ayesha who was his only young and unmarried wife it was for many reasons such as the fact that she would live long after him to narrate us the hadiths we knw. Part 2 coming up

When the people of Jannah reunite, they will remember all the times they spoke about Jannah in this dunyah.
They'll look back and laugh, at how short life was, and then smile, because beautiful is their final abode.

The people of paradise will have all that they desire, 1 step into Jannah and they will remember no pain.

They will say they never suffered,
they will say they never cried.

A dip in Jannah, oh how much we long for that moment.

The moment where we reunite,
we hug our loved ones once again.

We forget about all the pain,
And thank Allah for all the tests!

How strange does it seem,
That these tests which weigh a ton on our chest, will one day elevate us. Elevate us so high,
that we will thank Allah. Thank Him for testing us, for loving us, and for giving us more than we could ever imagine.

A place of eternity, vast beauty, peaceful. Everything one desires.
Be patient Oh beautiful slaves of Allah, for our Lord is The Most Merciful. "Oh you who are patient! Bear a little more, just a little more remains." - Ibn Al Qayyim Rahimahullah


Those who say: "Our Lord! We have indeed believed,'' in You, Your Book and Your Messenger .so forgive us our sins, because of our faith in You and in what You legislated for us. Therefore, forgive us our errors and shortcomings, with Your bounty and mercy, and save us from the punishment of the Fire.
Allāh then said,
(They are) those who are patient, while performing acts of obedience and abandoning the prohibitions. those who are true, concerning their proclamation of faith, by performing the difficult deeds. and obedient, meaning, they submit and obey Allāh,
those who spend, from their wealth on all the acts of obedience they were commanded, being kind to kith and kin, helping the needy, and comforting the destitute and those who pray and beg Allah's pardon in the last hours of the night. and this testifies to the virtue of seeking Allah's forgiveness in the latter part of the night.
It was reported that when Yaqub said to his children, i will ask my Lord for forgiveness for you) (12:98) he waited until the latter part of the night to say his supplication.

Furthermore, the Two Sahihs, the Musnad and Sunan
collections recorded through several Companions that the Messenger of Allāh said,

Every night, when the last third of it remains, our Lord, the Blessed, the Superior, descends to the lowest heaven saying, "Is there anyone to ask Me, so that I may grant him his request? Is there anyone to invoke Me, so that I may respond to his invocation? Is there anyone seeking My forgiveness, so that I may forgive him?'' .

The Two Sahihs recorded that Aishah said, "The Messenger of Allah performed Witr during the first part, the middle and latter parts of the night. Then, later (in his life), he would perform it (only) during the latter part.'' Abdullah bin Umar used to pray during the night and
would ask, "O Nafi! Is it the latter part of the night yet?'' and if Nafi said, "Yes,'' Ibn Umar would start supplicating to Allah and seeking His forgiveness until dawn.
This Hadith was collected by Ibn Abi Hatim.

And rest Allāh knows the best🎈

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