The first trial in the hereafter

The Prophet (PBUH) said:

On the Day of Resurrection the first judgment among men will be on blood (killings) (spilled in the world).Narrated by: Abdullah Ibn Masood (RA)
Text: Bukhari-6533

The Prophet (ﷺ) said that if you fast for three days in a month, fast on the 13th, 14th and 15th days.

Narrated by: Abu Dharr (RA) Tirmidhi 692The Prophet (ﷺ) said that fasting for three days in every month and fasting in Ramadan is fasting for the whole time.

Benefits of charity

Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said:
Allah will not speak to each of you (separately) on the Day of Resurrection. Then there will be no interpreter between Allah and one of you. Then he looks to his right. He will not find there anything other than what he has already committed.

Then he looks to his side. He will not find anything there except what he has already committed. And, he will see before him. He will see the fire of hell in his face. So save yourself from hell by donating a piece of date fruit if possible.

Atee Bin Ha(d)Thim (R.A.)
Text: Muslim-1846

Glory belongs to Allah

Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said:
Allah, the Mighty and the Glorious, will roll up the heavens on the Day of Resurrection. Then he takes them in his right hand. Then “I am the king. Where are the oppressors? Where are the arrogant?” He will ask. Then he will roll up the earth in his left hand. Then “I am the king. Where are the oppressors? Where are the arrogant?” He will ask.

Ibn Umar (RA)

Text : Muslim-5376

Suvana Happiness is life

The Prophet (PBUH) said:
“One of the inhabitants of Paradise who lived in severe suffering in this world will be brought on the Day of Resurrection and allowed to enter Paradise for a while. Then he said to him, “O son of Adam! Have you ever found difficulty (in the world)? Have you ever suffered anything?” will be asked. He said, “By Allah! No my god! I never had any trouble. “I have never seen any difficulty,” he said.

Anas bin Malik (RA),
Text : Muslim-5407

Protect yourself with good deeds

The Prophet (peace be upon him) says:
Compete in good deeds (ahead) of (coming) confusion like a region full of darkness. (If that confusion comes) a man reaches the morning as a believer and becomes a disbeliever in the evening. Or he who is a believer in the evening becomes a disbeliever in the morning. He will sell his religion for worldly riches.

Narrated by: Abu Hurairah (RA)

Text: Muslim-186

May Allah protect you

When the Prophet (PBUH) went to bed, he would join his palms every night and blow on them, reciting the chapters “Kulhu Allahu Ahad, Kul Awudu Prabil Falak, Kul Awudu Prabinnas” (112, 113, 114). Then they will rub as much as they can on their body with their two hands (as far as they can reach). They apply it first on the head, then on the face, and then on the front part of their body. This will be done three times.

Narrated by: Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her)

Text: Bukhari 5017

Actions that add up to heaven

I said to the Prophet (PBUH), “O Prophet of Allah! Which of the good deeds is closest to heaven?” I asked that. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “Performing the prayer at the right time.” “What’s next?” Prophet of Allah! I asked that. They said, “It benefits the parents.” “What’s next?” O Prophet of Allah!” When asked, they said, “The pious in the way of Allah.”

Ibn Masood (RA)

Text: Muslim-138

Islamic morals

Eating habits
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21)))Food is priority when hungry

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “If the night meal is served and the Iqamah is recited for the prayer, then eat the meal first.”

Narrated by: Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her),

Text: Bukhari 671

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “One should not pray while waiting for the food to arrive, even while holding back urine and faeces.”

Narrated by: Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her),
Text: Muslim 969

22)) Food should not be criticized

Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) reports: “The Prophet never criticized any food. If they want a food they will eat it. Otherwise they will leave.

Text: Bukhari 3563

23))Respondent should eat only at the end

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “He who can distribute (drink) to a group is the last of them to drink.”

Narrated by: Abu Qatada (RA)
*Texts: Muslim 1213, Tirmidhi 1816

Don’t pray for death

None of you should wish to die because of his suffering. God if forced to do so! Let me live till I live the best for me! The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: If it is good for me to die, let him say, ‘Make me die.’

Anas bin Malik (RA).
Text: Bukhari-5671, 6351

Acceptance of Duas

I prayed; The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said that your duas will be accepted as long as you do not rush to say that it is not accepted.

Narrated by: Abu Hurairah (RA), Book: Bukhari-6340

Let’s pray to Allah like this

If any of you make dua, insist! If you want it! Don’t ask anyone. Because the Prophet (PBUH) has said that there is no one who can compel him.

Anas (RA).

Text: Bukhari-6338, 6339, 7464, 7477

We are here to give

This world is Darul Asfab.- the field of action.
Everyone should have an ideal in life.

We must be committed to that ideal journey. Never
Don’t get tired.

It is said in the Quran.
We will have various tests. It is in those tests that our faith should increase. The Sahaba are the example.

The Holy Quran says that there is good for us in all difficulties.

Whoever works hard in this world deserves it
Good salary will be given.

We have a lot of work ahead of us and if we don’t have the skills we need to develop the skills.

We must do whatever we can.
Helping orphans, educating them, providing food, protecting the environment, doing social services…
If we can’t do all this, we can engage in Arts, Painting, Poetry, Writing.

For example the poems left by Allama Iqbal had a great impact on the Muslim community. Even today, reading his poems gives a sense of rejuvenation. If you read those poems, those who have lost in life will rise again and win.
Whenever I read that much, I feel like I want to fly higher.

What are we going to give?
What do we have to give to this world?

We should try our best. Then seek Allah’s help.
What if we just make dua without any effort?

The Prophet (peace be upon him) in the Battle of Badr
They tried their best.
What did they have?

Two or three camels, horses, broken swords.
.The manpower they had was one-third but they made every effort without backing down.

Only then did he appeal to God in the final stage. Then the Lord sent 5000 angels to help. God will help us too. When if after doing all our best efforts..

You may belong to some Jamaat.
That jamaat may have a purpose. That’s a different matter. But what is the purpose of our personal life???

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