Don’t grieve over the vicissitudes of your existence: you cannot escape hardship.
Life, for the most part, involves work and responsibilities.
Happiness is an exception or only a fleeting phase that comes and goes sporadically. You long for this life, yet Allah does not want it to be a permanent abode for His righteous slaves.
lf this world were not a place of trial, it would have been free from disease and hardship; it would have been a comfortable abode for the best of men —- the Messengers and Prophets. Adam faced difficulties and troubles until the day he left this world. Nooh’s (Noah) own people scoffed and ridiculed him. lbraheem (Abraham) was tested by the fire and by the command of slaughtering his son. Ya’qoob (Jacob) was separated from his son and wept until he lost his sight. Moosa (Moses) endured the tyranny of Firaun and afterwards the disobedience of his own people. Eesa (Jesus) was poor (may peace be upon them). Muhammad (pbuh) patiently endured poverty and the impudence of his people, and he poignantly felt the loss of one of his favourite uncles — Hamza (may Allah be pleased with him). The Prophet (pbuh) said:
“This world is a prison for the believer and a paradise for the disbeliever.”
And in a literal sense, there are countless examples of the righteous, the scholars, and the truthful being imprisoned for their beliefs.
I want some info from you Semra dear. umm, i want those stories i read once in your blogs, about the new born babies who spoke in their mother’s lap about regarding oneness of Allah like Hazrat Esa A.S and others
Semra dear I want stories of infant who spoke about the oneness of Allah in their mother’s lap. i once read in your blogs. like hazrat Esa (a.s) and many more.
Well said🙂 We all are imprisoned inside such a vast prison that we can’t see its bars and hence chaos is at bay. It’s only a matter of time when things will start collapsing soon. Hope things start to become better instead.
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Al-‘Abbās, the uncle of the Prophet , came to the Prophet and said,
“Ya Rasūlullāh, teach me a du’ā’.” .
The Prophet said:
“O my uncle, say:
Allāhumma inni asaluka al-‘āfiyah
(O Allāh, I ask you for ‘āfiyah).”
What is ‘āfiyah?
‘Āfiyah means “to save me from any afflictions.
To be healthy, you are in ‘āfiyah.
To have enough money
To live, you are in ‘āfiyah.
To have your children protected,
you are in ‘āfiyah.
And if you are forgiven and not punished, you are in ‘āfiyah.
“O Allāh, protect me from any pain and suffering.”
This includes dunya and ākhirah.
Al-‘Abbās thought about this for a while, and then he came back after a few days and said (paraphrased):
“Ya Rasūlullāh, this du’ā’ seems a little short. I want something big.”
The Prophet said, “My dear uncle, ask Allāh for ‘āfiyah for wallāhi, you cannot be given anything better than ‘āfiyah.”
It is a simple du’ā’.
Sincerely mean what you say.
“O Allāh, I ask You to be saved from any distress, grief, hardship, harm. Don’t test me.”
All of this is included in
“Allāhumma inni asaluka al-‘āfiyah”