Semoga semua ibadah yang kita lakukan sebulan ini, tetap menjadi amalan kita di bulan-bulan berikutnya. To say is easy, ngomong itu gampang, to do is difficult, melakukannya lebih sulit. Yang lebih sulit lagi adalah istiqomah, keberlanjutan.
Allah dan RasulNya lebih menyukai amalan yang sedikit namun dilakukan terus menerus. Ya muqallibal quluub, tsabbit qalbii ‘alaa diiniik, teguhkan lah hatiku berada di atas agamaMu, wahai Dzat Yang Maha Membolak-balikkan hati..
In the name of Allah, the All-Compassionate, the All-Merciful.
Here are a few easy-listening songs for you to relax to while you are recovering. And well, okay, our favourite song at the end of the list hehe.
P.S.: If you guys haven’t noticed, I have been signing off with Allah’s names (there are 99 of them), some were mentioned in the third video.
And Allah is Al-Qaabid, the Restrainer, the Straightener. – MM
I’d never sobbed so much. Granted, I probably have, I just don’t want to admit it.
It was the last night of taraweeh, the last night of Ramadan, and it suddenly dawned on me that I might not be alive to see the next one. It suddenly dawned on me that I hadn’t done enough. That I hadn’t recited the Quran enough, that I hadn’t prayed enough, that I hadn’t done as much as I could have ; as I should have. It suddenly dawned on me that, I might not see the next Ramadan.
I left the mosque with an aching heart and an even more aching soul. My heart about to jump out of my chest if I didn’t keep it under control.
This is where He wants me. This is how much deeds He has allotted for me this year. And I must learn to understand. And I must learn to accept. For He knows far better than I.
Leftists have taken to calling moderate Muslims who advocate against terrorism “Uncle Toms,” a term originally applied to African-Americans who were perceived as siding with white culture in the United States.
No big surprise here.
As it is the month of Ramadan for Muslims, they fast daily till evening 6:30 P.M. Like this, there are such things for other religions too that they need to follow strictly. But I have never seen people of other religions so determined towards their religion.
I have many Muslim friends and few of them fast daily. I admire them. One such Muslim friend made me to write this post and he was the matter of subject in this post.
My friend usually doesn’t listen to his mother’s words. He has many friends in the street and also in the college. So he is seen always with his friends, chit-chatting with them around the corners of the street and going home late at night. When his mom calls him to come home, he never listens to them. Until they all disperse, he will be with them.
I, my Muslim friend and a Hindu friend were travelling in bike. We stopped at a tea shop to have a break. When he noticed it was 6:30, he told us that it will be too late for the “Namaas” if he continues to be here with us. So he made alternate arrangements for us to go home and moved away as earlier as possible. I did not have a thought he will leave us till reaching home. I realized religious matters can change people a lot for the first time.
After fasting, I am sure he will be as usual as he was before, going home late. But at least he has been home before 7 PM for these days. From these things, I tell myself to be so attentive and faithful to religious matters and spread the word of Jesus Christ as much as possible to others.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali On Why Senators Kamala Harris And Claire McCaskill Ignored Her At Last Week’s Hearing
by John Sexton
June 22, 2017
…When the witnesses completed their brief testimonies, Democratic Senate committee members, including four women senators — McCaskill, Senator Kamala Harris, Senator Maggie Hassan and Senator Heidi Heitkamp — ignored Hirsi Ali and Nomani during the question-and-answer session, never once directing a question to them…Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Asra Nomani: “What happened that day was emblematic of a deeply troubling trend among progressives when it comes to confronting the brutal reality of Islamist extremism and what it means for women in many Muslim communities here at home and around the world. When it comes to the pay gap, abortion access and workplace discrimination, progressives have much to say. But we’re still waiting for a march against honor killings, child marriages, polygamy, sex slavery or female genital mutilation…” READ MORE
NEW YORK TIMES They Brushed Off Kamala Harris. Then She Brushed Us Off.