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Courage brings victory,indecision brings danger, and cowardice brings death & Cesaret insanı zafere, kararsızlık tehlikeye, korkaklık ise ölüme götürür. ~ Yavuz Sultan Selim Khan (Sultan of the Ottoman Empire).

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The past is a fog on our minds.

The future?

A complete dream.

We can’t neither guess the future, neither change the past.

Geçmiş, zihinlerimizi kaplayan bir sis bulutu.

Gelecek?

Başlı başına bir hayal.

Ne geleceğimizi bilebilir, ne geçmişimizi değiştirebiliriz.

 Shams Tabrizi

Reklamlar

Wait / Bekle…

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He said wait, I will come. 
I didn’t wait, he didn’t come. 
It was someting like death. 
But nobody died..

Geleceğim bekle dedi. 
Ben beklemedim o da gelmedi. 
Ölüm gibi birşeydi. 
Ama kimse ölmedi..

Özdemir Asaf

Don’t get lost in your pain, know that one day your pain will become your cure & Acının içinde kaybolma, şunu bil ki acın bir gün dermanın olacak. -Rumi.

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 That I feed the hungry, that I forgive an insult, that I love my enemy all these are undoubtedly great virtues. But what if I should discover that the least among them all, the poorest of all the beggars, the most impudent of all the offenders, the very enemy himself that these are within me, and that I myself stand in need of the alms of my own kindness that I myself am the enemy who must be loved, what then?

Açı doyurduğumda, hakareti affettiğimde, düşmanımı sevdiğimde, bunlar güzel erdemler. Fakat ya dilencilerin en fakirinin, suçluların en gaddarının da kendi içimde olduğunu fark edersem. Ya şefkatime en muhtaç kişinin, sevilmeye en muhtaç düşmanımın kendim olduğunu fark edersem o zaman ne olacak?

C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections

Your cure is within you, yet you do not sense it!
Your sickness is from you, yet you do not see it!
You consider yourself a small body;
Yet encapsulated within you is the entire universe!

Derdin sendendir bilmezsin,
Çaren de sendedir görmezsin,
Evrende bir noktayım sanırsın,
Tüm alemler kainat sen de özetlenmiştir de, görmezsin..

― Ali ibn Abi Talib

Life is not a bed of roses . . . Hayat güllük gülistanlık değildir . . .

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What a beautiful pray: .❝Our Lord, pour upon us patience and plant firmly our feet.❞ Patient to Friends, Enemies, Blessing, Tribulation, Exam.

Ne güzel bir duadır: .❝Rabbimiz üzerimize sabır yağdır, ayaklarımızı (düşman karşısında) sabit kıl.❞ Dosta, Düşmana, Nimete, Musibete, İmtihana Sabır…

We are always in an exam. About the people we love and we don’t love. About our friends, enemies. Oh Allah! Don’t let us to be loser!

Her an imtihandayız. Sevdiklerimizle, sevmediklerimizle. Dostlarımızla, düşmanlarımızla. Ey Allah’ım! Kaybedenlerden eyleme!

Life is not a bed of roses. Sometimes we have to walk on thorns. In times of prosperity make Shukr. In times of adversity make Sabr.

Hayat güllük gülistanlık değildir. Bazen diken üzerinde yürümek zorundayız. Bolluk zamanlarında Şükret. Zorluk zamanlarında sabret.

Do not grieve, there is another life to come…!! Üzülme, bizi bekleyen yeni bir hayat var … !!

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The day will come when Allah will gather together the first of the creation and the last of it. The knowledge of this occurrence alone should reassure you of Allah’s justice. So whoever’s money is usurped here shall find it there; whoever is oppressed here shall find justice carried out there; and whoever oppresses here shall find his punishment there.

Immanuel Kant, the German philosopher, said,

“The drama of this life is not complete; there must be a second scene to it, for we see the tyrant and his victims without seeing justice being executed. We see the conqueror and the subjugated, without the latter finding any revenge. Therefore there must be another world, where justice will be carried out.”

Ash-Shaykh `Ali at-Tantawi, commenting on this, said:

“This statement suggests a confession from this foreigner (to Islam); of the existence of a Hereafter where judgment will take place.”

An Arab poet said:

“If the minister and his delegates rule despotically, and the judge on earth is unjust in his judgments, then woe, followed by woe after woe

Upon the judge of the earth from the judge who is above.

“(This Day shall every person be recompensed for what he earned. No injustice [shall he done to anybody]. Truly, Allah is Swift in reckoning. (Qur ‘an 40: 17)

Robert Louis Stevenson said:

“Every person is capable of performing his daily tasks, no matter how difficult they are, and every person is capable of living happily during his day until the sun sets: and this is the meaning of life.”

“Robert Louis Stevenson şöyle dedi ; Ne kadar meşakkatli olursa olsun her insan işini bir gün içinde yapabilir. Güneş batıncaya kadar her insan mutluluk içinde yaşayabilir. İşte hayatın anlamı budur.”

Stephen Leacock said:

“The young child says: when I will become a bigger boy. The boy says: when I become a teenager, and when that time comes, he says: when I will marry. What about after marriage? And what comes after all of these stages? One’s thoughts constantly follow the tune of the following: when I will be able to retire. But when one actually reaches old age and looks back, he is scorched by a cold wind. He lost out on his whole life that dwindled away without ever living inside of it. And thus we learn, only when it is too late, that life is to be lived in every breathing minute and hour.”

Such is the state of those who put off repenting from their sins. One of our pious predecessors said:

“I warn you of delaying and saying that I will do it later, for this is a phrase that prevents one from doing good and causes one to fall behind in deeds of righteousness.”

Leave them to eat and enjoy, and let them be preoccupied with [false] hope. They will come to know! (Qur’an 15: 3)

The French philosopher, Montaigne, said:

“My life was filled with bad luck that never showed mercy.”

I assert that despite their knowledge and intelligence, many famous thinkers knew nothing of the wisdom behind their own creation. They were not guided by the teachings that Allah sent through His Messenger, Muhammad (pbuh).

And he for whom Allah has not appointed light, for him there is no light. (Qur’an 24: 40)

Verily, we showed him the way, whether he be grateful or ungrateful. (Qur’an 76: 3)

Dante said:

“Consider that this day will not occur again.”
Better and more beautiful and complete is the hadith:
“Pray as if it is your farewell prayer.”

Dante şöyle dedi:

“Bugünün bir daha doğmayacağını düşün.”

Daha iyi ve daha güzel ve tamamlayan bir Hadis,
“Namazına kalktığın vakit (dünyaya) veda edenin (namazı gibi) namaz kıl.”

Whoever puts it into his mind that today is his last day, will make a fresh repentance, will do good deeds, and will strive to be obedient to his Lord, the Almighty and His Messenger (bpuh).

Grieve not and ask yourself the following questions

1. Do I put off living in the present because of fears and apprehensions about the future or because of hopes of the magical garden beyond the horizon?

2. Do I embitter my present life by mulling over events that occurred in the past?

3. Do I wake up in the morning with an intention of spending my day usefully?

4. Do I find that I am benefiting from my life when I try to concentrate on a present situation or task?

5. When will I begin to live in the present moment, without worrying too much about the past and future? Next week? Tomorrow? Or today?

Excerpt from the book “Don’t Be Sad , Aaidh ibn Abdullah al-Qarni

Acceptance AND Surrender. & Kabullenmek VE Teslim Olmak.

Posted in SEMRA'NIN DÜNYASI & SEMRA'S WORLD !, İNŞİRAH, İSLAM with tags , , , , , on 02/10/2017 by Semra Polat

Acceptance

1. When we don’t accept an undesired event, it becomes anger;
when we accept it, it becomes tolerance.

2. When we don’t accept uncertainty, it becomes fear;
when we accept it, it becomes adventure.

3. When we don’t accept bad behavior of others towards us, it becomes
hatred; when we accept it, it becomes forgiveness.

4. When we don’t accept success of others, it becomes jealousy;
when we accept it, it becomes inspiration.

Surrender

1. When we are wrong and we surrender, it means we are
honest.

2. When we are in doubt and we surrender, it means we are
wise.

3. When we are right and we surrender, it means we value
our relations.

The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well. ~☆~ Hayatın amacı mutlu olmak değildir. İşe yarar olmaktır, onurlu olmaktır, merhametli olmaktır, yaşadığın süre boyunca bir fark yaratmaktır.― Ralph Waldo Emerson

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“Love cannot be contained within our speaking or listening. Love is an ocean whose depths cannot be plumbed. Love cannot be found in erudition and science, books and pages. The kernel of Love is a mystery that cannot be divulged”.
(Diwan-i-Shams-I Tabrizi)

Those who believe and do good deeds — the Gracious God will create love in their hearts. (Al Quran 19:97)

Allah is not only the Gracious and the Merciful, but, also wants humanity to be gracious and merciful, to each other. Compassion’ is the most frequently occurring word in the Qur’an. Each of its 114 chapters, with the exception of the 9th, begins with the invocation ‘In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful…

The Qur’an frequently speaks of God’s plan for diversity, and the goodness of difference as part of this plan. “O mankind, We have indeed created you as male and female, and made you as nations and tribes that you may come to know one another” (49:13); “And every community has its direction of which He lets them turn towards it. Vie, therefore, with one another in doing good works. Wherever you may be, God will gather you all unto Him”. (2:148) “There is no compulsion in religion” (2:256); “Truly, those who believe, and the Jews, and the Christians and Sabeans – whosoever believes in God and the Day of Judgement and act virtuously will receive their reward from their Lord; no fear of grief will befall them”. (2:62) and “Whoever saves the life of one human being, it shall be as if he had saved the whole of humankind” (5:32)

The Holy Quran advises us to be compassionate to any one who asks for our favor:
”And him who seeks thy help, chide not.”
(Al Quran 93:11)

You will not attain righteousness till you spend in charity of the things you love.

Sevdiğiniz şeylerden Allah yolunda harcamadıkça iyiliğe asla erişemezsiniz.

― The Qur’an, Chapter 3, verse 92

The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.

Hayatın amacı mutlu olmak değildir. İşe yarar olmaktır, onurlu olmaktır, merhametli olmaktır, yaşadığın süre boyunca bir fark yaratmaktır.

― Ralph Waldo Emerson

No one has ever become poor by giving.

Kimsenin vererek yoksullaştığı görülmemiştir.

― Anne Frank

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