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Pearls of a Muslim

At the Ka’bah

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ولمَّا رأتْ أبصارُهُم بيتَهُ الذي = قلوبُ الوَرَى شوقًا إليهِ تَضَرَّمُ
كأنهمُ لمْ يَنْصَبُوا قطُّ قبْلهُ = لأنَّ شَقاهُمْ قد ترحَّلَ عنْهُمُو
فلِلَّهِ كمْ مِن عَبْرةٍ مُهْرَاقةٍ = وأخرى على آثارِها لا تَقَدَّمُ
وَقدْ شَرِقتْ عينُ المُحِبِّ بدَمْعِها = فينظرُ مِن بينِ الدُّموعِ ويُسْجِمُ
إذا عَايَنَتْهُ العَيْنُ زالَ ظلامُها = وزالَ عن القلبِ الكئيبِ التألُّمُ
ولا يَعْرِفُ الطرْفُ المُعايِنُ حسْنَهُ = إلى أن يعودَ الطرْفُ والشوقُ أعْظمُ
ولا عجبٌ مِن ذا فحِينَ أضافهُ = إلى نفسِهِ الرحمنُ ؛ فهو المعظَّمُ
كسَاهُ منَ الإجْلالِ أعظمَ حُلةٍ = عليها طِرازٌ بالمَلاحَةِ مُعْلَمُ
فمِنْ أجلِ ذا كلُّ القلوبِ تُحِبُّهُ = وتَخْضَعُ إجْلالا لهُ وتُعَظِّمُ

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When they see His House – that magnificent sight For which the hearts of all creatures are set alight – It seems they’ve never felt tired before, For their discomfort and hardship is no more. Now the eye of the Lover drowns in…

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At the Ka’bah

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ولمَّا رأتْ أبصارُهُم بيتَهُ الذي = قلوبُ الوَرَى شوقًا إليهِ تَضَرَّمُ
كأنهمُ لمْ يَنْصَبُوا قطُّ قبْلهُ = لأنَّ شَقاهُمْ قد ترحَّلَ عنْهُمُو
فلِلَّهِ كمْ مِن عَبْرةٍ مُهْرَاقةٍ = وأخرى على آثارِها لا تَقَدَّمُ
وَقدْ شَرِقتْ عينُ المُحِبِّ بدَمْعِها = فينظرُ مِن بينِ الدُّموعِ ويُسْجِمُ
إذا عَايَنَتْهُ العَيْنُ زالَ ظلامُها = وزالَ عن القلبِ الكئيبِ التألُّمُ
ولا يَعْرِفُ الطرْفُ المُعايِنُ حسْنَهُ = إلى أن يعودَ الطرْفُ والشوقُ أعْظمُ
ولا عجبٌ مِن ذا فحِينَ أضافهُ = إلى نفسِهِ الرحمنُ ؛ فهو المعظَّمُ
كسَاهُ منَ الإجْلالِ أعظمَ حُلةٍ = عليها طِرازٌ بالمَلاحَةِ مُعْلَمُ
فمِنْ أجلِ ذا كلُّ القلوبِ تُحِبُّهُ = وتَخْضَعُ إجْلالا لهُ وتُعَظِّمُ

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When they see His House – that magnificent sight For which the hearts of all creatures are set alight – It seems they’ve never felt tired before, For their discomfort and hardship is no more. Now the eye of the Lover drowns in its streams, It sees through its tears the goal of its dreams; Now for Allah, how many tears are issued, Each one being followed by a multitude? When the eye perceives the House, its darkness clears, And from the sorrowful heart, pain disappears; Vision cannot encompass this beautiful sight: Each glance returns with greater delight! No wonder at this, for when the Merciful preferred The House for Himself, it became most honoured. He clothed it in Majesty, a magnificent garment; Embroidered it with Beauty, a wonderful ornament! The hearts all love the House therefore, Awed and humbled, in respect and honour.

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Pearls of a Muslim

At the Ka’bah


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ولمَّا رأتْ أبصارُهُم بيتَهُ الذي = قلوبُ الوَرَى شوقًا إليهِ تَضَرَّمُ
كأنهمُ لمْ يَنْصَبُوا قطُّ قبْلهُ = لأنَّ شَقاهُمْ قد ترحَّلَ عنْهُمُو
فلِلَّهِ كمْ مِن عَبْرةٍ مُهْرَاقةٍ = وأخرى على آثارِها لا تَقَدَّمُ
وَقدْ شَرِقتْ عينُ المُحِبِّ بدَمْعِها = فينظرُ مِن بينِ الدُّموعِ ويُسْجِمُ
إذا عَايَنَتْهُ العَيْنُ زالَ ظلامُها = وزالَ عن القلبِ الكئيبِ التألُّمُ
ولا يَعْرِفُ الطرْفُ المُعايِنُ حسْنَهُ = إلى أن يعودَ الطرْفُ والشوقُ أعْظمُ
ولا عجبٌ مِن ذا فحِينَ أضافهُ = إلى نفسِهِ الرحمنُ ؛ فهو المعظَّمُ
كسَاهُ منَ الإجْلالِ أعظمَ حُلةٍ = عليها طِرازٌ بالمَلاحَةِ مُعْلَمُ
فمِنْ أجلِ ذا كلُّ القلوبِ تُحِبُّهُ = وتَخْضَعُ إجْلالا لهُ وتُعَظِّمُ

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When they see His House – that magnificent sight For which the hearts of all creatures are set alight – It seems they’ve never felt tired before, For their discomfort and hardship is no more. Now the eye of the Lover drowns in…

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Ibnul Qayyim: ”If the Night of Qadr was some night during the entire year, I’d stand in night prayer the entire year to get it. So what do you suppose should be done for merely ten nights?

[Badaa’i Al-Fawaaid 1/55]

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°• The Wisdoms Behind The Legislation of Fasting  °•

 Shaikh Saalih Al-Fawzaan

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Shaikh Saalih Al-Fawzaan (hafidhahullaah) said regarding the wisdom in the legislation of fasting:

 

The wisdom in legislating fasting is clear, this being due to His saying The Most High:

{لَعَلَّكُمْ تَتَّقُونَ}

((that you may attain taqwa [fearfulness and dutifulness])) 

(Al-Baqarah: 183)

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°• The Wisdoms Behind The Legislation of Fasting  °•

Shaikh Ahmad An-Najmee

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With regard to some of the wisdoms in fasting, Shaikh Ahmad bin Yahyaa An-Najmee (rahimahullaah) said:

 

Firstly: It is a spiritual exercise of the soul due to the withholding itself from its desires and that which is beloved to it.

Secondly: That the abandonment of food and drink as well as carnal desires during this time, being done out of worship of Allaah; The Mighty and Majestic accedes to a person an increase in his Eemaan along with strength in his being wary of the forbidden affairs and abstaining from non permissible desires. (more…)

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°• The Wisdom Behind Fasting  °•

  Imaam Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaanee

الحكمة من الصيام للعلامة الألباني

(Below is the Arabic original text)

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”O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may become people having Taqwaa.”

[Soorah al-Baqarah (2): 183]

So in this aayah, as will not be hidden to all those who are present, Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, informs the Ummah of Muhammad (saws), through this aayah, that He has made Fasting obligatory upon them just as He had made its like obligatory upon the nations before us. This is a matter that is well-known to all of the Muslims who read this aayah, and clearly understand its meaning. But what I wish to speak about is something else, a matter which very few of the general people notice – and this is the saying of Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, at the end of this Aayah:

”…So that you may become people having Taqwaa.”

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