The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu 3Alayhi wa sallam said: "Whoever directs someone to a good, then he will have the reward equal to the doer of the action". [Saheeh Muslim]

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Are You Planting the Seeds?

قال أبو بكر البلخي : شهر رجب شهر الزرع ، وشهر شعبان شهر سقي الزرع ، وشهر رمضان شهر حصاد الزرع 

Abu Bakr al-Balkhi said:

“The month of Rajab is the month for planting the seeds; the month of Sha3baan is the month of watering the seeds & the month of Ramadhan is the month of reaping the fruits.

Rajab Shaban Ramadaan

He also said: The likeness of the month of Rajab is that of the wind, the likeness of Sha3baan is that of the clouds and the likeness of Ramadaan is that of the rain; whoever does not plant and sow in Rajab, and does not irrigate in Sha3baan, how can he reap in Ramadaan?

Its Rajab…. are you Planting the seeds of good deeds & 3Ibaadah?

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Then Cry For Yourself…

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“If you find dust on your Qur’aan, then cry for yourself and the condition that you’re in”.

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Sins That You Do In Private

The sins that you do in private kills the heart more than the sins that you do in public, because it means that you value the eyes of the people more than you value the sight of Allaah.

You are more worried about people catching you sinning than Allaah seeing you.”

Ibn Qudaamah

Have You Thanked Allaah?

وَقَلِيلٌ مّنْ عِبَادِىَ ٱلشَّكُورُ

“… But few of My slaves are grateful.”
[soorah Saba, v:13]

Have You Thanked Allaah?

by Imaam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah

Salmaan al-Faarsî radhiyAllaahu anhu said:

“There was a man who was given many of the luxuries of this world, and then they were taken away from him. But he continued to praise and thank Allaah until everything had been taken from him, even his bed. And then he still praised and thanked Allaah.

Another man, who had also been given many of the luxuries of this world asked him, ‘What are you praising and thanking Allaah for?’ The man said, ‘I am praising and thanking Him for blessings which, if others asked me to give them to them in return for all that they have, I would never give them up.’ ‘What can they be?’ asked the second man. ‘Can’t you see?’ asked the first man. ‘I have my eyesight, my tongue, my hands, my feet…'”

Layth ibn Abî Burdah said:

“When Allaah subhaanahu wa ta3alaa  gathers people on the Day of Judgement, He will remind them of His blessings. One of His slaves will say: “Remind me of something,” and Allaah will say: “Remember when you faced such-and-such adversity, and you prayed to Me, so I relieved you of it. Remember when you were travelling in such and-such a place, and you asked Me to give you a travelling companion, and I did so… Remember when you asked for the hand of so-and-so the daughter of so-and-so, and others also asked for her hand, so I gave her to you to marry; and kept the others away.” His slave will be standing before his Lord, Who will remind him of His many blessings.'”

Then the narrator of this story (Layth) wept and said, “I hope that no one will stand before his Lord in this way, because the one who does so will be punished.”

(i.e. if Allaah has to point out that which should be obvious, this is a sign of a person’s ingratitude, and he will be punished.)

A man of knowledge said:

“The blessing of Allaah to us in keeping the luxuries of this world away from us is greater than the blessing of that which He has given us, because Alalah did not like His Prophet to have the luxuries of this world. So I prefer to live in the manner which Allaah preferred for His Prophet than to live a life which He disliked for him.”

Ibn Abi’d-Dunyaa said:

“It was narrated to me that some scholars said: ‘The scholar should praise Allaah for having deprived him of the luxuries of this life, in the same way that he should praise Him for what He has bestowed upon him. How can you compare the blessings and luxuries for which he will be accountable to the deprivation of luxuries which is a relief from being tested, and which keeps his mind free to worship and remember Allaah? So he should give thanks to Allaah for all of that.'”

A man said to Abû Haazim:

“What is the gratitude of the eyes?” He said, “If you see good things, you speak about them, and if you see bad things, you keep quiet about it.”
He asked, “What is the gratitude of the ears?” He said, “If you hear something good, you accept it, and if you hear something bad, you reject it.”
Then he asked, “What is the gratitude of the hands?” He said, “Do not take what which does not belong to you, and do not hold back from paying the dues of Allaah (zakaat).”
Then he asked, “What is the gratitude of the head?” He said: “To have knowledge in it.”
Then he asked, “What is the gratitude of one’s private parts?”

He quoted:

“‘Who guard their private parts, except from those joined to them in the marriage bond, or (the captives) whom their right hands possess – for (in their case) they are free from blame, but those whose desires exceed those limits are transgressors'” (soorah Al-Mu’minoon 23, v:5-7).

Ibn Abi’d-Dunyaa mentioned that Daawood (peace be upon Him) asked Allaah: “What is the least of Your blessings?”

Allaah subhaanahu wa ta3alaa revealed to him: “O Dawood, take a breath.”

Daawood did so, and Allaah told him: “This is the least of My blessings on you”.

وَإِذْ تَأَذَّنَ رَبُّكُمْ لَئِن شَكَرْتُمْ لأزِيدَنَّكُمْ

” …And (remember) when your Lord proclaimed: if you are grateful, I will add more (favours) unto you…”
[soorah Ibrahîm, v:7]

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Taken from Islamic network,
(extracted from “Uddat as-Saabireen wa Dhaakiraat ash-Shaakireen”)

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