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Spirtuality salih maghamsi

Published on March 22nd, 2013 | by Admin | Views: 41022



Who is the miserable person?

Verily everyone without exception,  definitely is going to meet Allah (for judgment), so who is the miserable?

The miserable is the person who does not rejoice upon meeting Allah. You may complete or accomplish something which you are pleased with and so you show it, for example, to your father. It may be that by the Decree of Allah your father won’t rejoice with it.

Or maybe you complete or accomplish something at work, when you show it to your boss he isn’t pleased with it. Or you take it to someone in charge of your affairs, but he didn’t react the way that you hoped.

You take it to your mother, but she is preoccupied with your brother.

You take it to anyone that you love or respect, but you don’t find with him the happiness that you hoped for.

So by not obtaining the pleasure from him that doesn’t harm you religiously, nor does it decrease your status at all.

But who is the miserable?

The one who meets the Most Merciful (Allah) of those that are merciful, but he doesn’t find His (swt) pleasure. How can the Muslim obtain this Pleasure (Happiness) when he meets Allah?

You should invest in secrets acts of worship that you expect reap when you meet Allah. By Allah, you will not meet anyone more merciful to you than Allah and if Allah doesn’t show mercy to you, then no one will show mercy to you.

One of the predecessors said:

“By Allah if I was given the choice between being judged by Allah or being judged by my own parents, I would choose to be judged by Allah, for verily Allah is more merciful to me than my parents”

O Allah we ask Your Mercy in the dunya and hereafter

{Say, “O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful”} The Glorious Quran /39/53

And peace and blessings be upon Muhammad, and praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds.

Narrated by Shaykh Saleh Al-Maghamsi


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