Value each precious moment of your life…

Value Each Precious Moment………

Morning Brings up Hope, Afternoon

Brings Faith,

Evening Brings Love & Night Brings


Wish U Find them All Today…





What about love

Love is like playing the piano.

First you must learn to play by the rules,

then you must forget the rules

and play from your heart

To each his own

Today I would like to share with you, the gift of a Thought or two. . .

To Each His Own

I cannot change the way I am, I never really try,

God made me different and unique, I never ask him why.

If I appear peculiar, There’s nothing I can do, You must accept me as I am, As I’ve accepted you.

God made a casting of each life, Then threw the old away, Each child is different from the rest, Unlike as night from day. So often we will criticize, The things that others do, But, do you know, they do not think, The same as me and you.

So God in all his wisdom, Who knows us all by name, He didn’t want us to be bored, That’s why we’re not the same

Try smiling

Try Smiling

When the weather suits you not,

Try smiling.

When the coffee isn’t hot,

Try smiling.

When your neighbors don’t do right,

Or your relatives all fight,

Sure ’tis hard, but then you might

Try smiling.

Just smiling.

But it cannot make them worse –

– Just smiling.

And it seems to help your case,

Brightens up a gloomy place,

Then, it sort o’ rests your face —

Just smiling.

Our emotions – how to overcome them and train them

Our Emotions [Shaykh Aaid Al-Qarni]

Pain is not always a negative force and it is not something that you should always hate.

At times a person benefits when he feels pain. You might remember, that at times when you felt a lot of pain, you sincerely supplicated and remembered Allah.

When he is studying, the student often feels the pangs of heavy burden, sometimes perhaps the burden of monotony, yet he eventually leaves this stage of life as a scholar.

He felt burdened with pain at the beginning but he shined at the end.

The aches and pangs of passion, the poverty and the scorn of others, the frustration and anger at injustices – these all cause the poet to write flowing and captivating verses. This is because he himself feels pain in his heart, his nerves, and in his blood, and as a result, he is able to infuse the same emotions into the hearts of others. How many painful experiences does the writer undergo, experiences that inspire brilliant works, works that posterity continues to enjoy and learn from.

The student who lives the life of comfort and repose and who is not stung by hardships, or who has never been befallen by calamity will be an unproductive, lazy, and lethargic person. Indeed, the poet who knows no pain and who has never tasted bitter disappointment will invariably produce heaps upon heaps of cheap words – absolute humdrum.

This is because his words pour forth from his tongue and not from his feelings or emotion, and though he may comprehend what he has written, his heart and body have not lived the experience. More worthy and relevant to the aforementioned examples are the lives of the early believers, who lived during the period of revelation and who took part in the most important religious revolution that mankind has seen.

Indeed, they had greater faith, nobler hearts, more truthful tongues, and deeper knowledge: they had all of these because they lived through the pain and suffering that are necessarily concomitant to great revolutions.

They felt the pains of hunger, of poverty, of rejection, of abuse, of banishment from home and country; of abandonment of all pleasures, of the pains of wounds and of death and torture. They were in truth chosen ones, the elite of mankind.

They were models of purity, nobleness, and sacrifice. “That is because they suffer neither thirst nor fatigue, nor hunger in the Cause of Allah, nor they take any step to raise the anger of disbelievers nor inflict any injury upon an enemy, but is written to their credit as a deed of righteousness.

Surely, Allah wastes not the reward of the doers of good.” [Surah At-Taubah; 120].

In the history of the world there are those that have produced their greatest works because of the pain or the suffering they experienced. Al-Mutanabi, when afflicted with a severe fever, wrote some of his best poetry. An-Nabighah was threatened with death by An-Nu’man ibn Mundhir, contributed the classic poem with the opening couplet:

‘Verily, you are the sun, while other kings are the stars: when the sun rises, no star in the sky is visible.’ There are many such examples who prospered and became legends because of the sufferings they experienced. Therefore, do not become excessively anxious when you think of pain, and do not fear suffering.

It might well be that through pain and suffering you become stronger. And furthermore, for you to live with a burning and passionate heart that has been stung is purer and nobler than to live the dispassionate existence of a cold heart and a short-sighted outlook.

“But Allah was averse to their being sent forth, so He made them lag behind, and it was said (to them), ‘Sit you among those who sit (at home).’” [Surah At-Taubah; 46].

The words of a passionate sermon can reach the innermost depths of the heart and penetrate the deepest regions of the soul, usually because the one who gives such sermons has himself experienced pain and suffering.

“He knew what was in their hearts, and He sent down calmness (and tranquillity) upon them, and He rewarded them with a near victory.” Surah Al-Fath; 18].

I have read many books of poetry, yet most are passionless, without life or soul.

This is because their authors never endured hardship, and because they were composed among surroundings of comfort.

Thus the works of such authors were cold, like blocks of ice. I have read books filled with sermons that do not shake a hair on the body of the listener and that lack an atom’s weight of impact. The orator is not speaking with feeling and sentiment, or in other words, pain and suffering.

“They say with their mouths, that which is not in their hearts.” Surah Al-Imran; 167].

If you wish to affect and influence others, whether it be with your speech or with your poetry, or even with your actions, you must first feel the passion inside of you. You must be moved yourself by the meanings of what you are trying to convey.

Then, you will come to realize that you have an influence upon others.

“But when We send down water (rain) on it, it is stirred (to life), it swells and puts forth every lovely kind (of growth).” Surah Al-Hajj; 5]

Only great minds can read this

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The mosque that cried

  • The Mosque That Cried A few years ago there was a mosque in the middle of a jungle. it never used to be a jungle, but people soon left that place and trees grew more and more. until it is nothing more than a jungle.
  • but the mosque still stayed standing. empty. no one went there to pray. One day a few people were walking through the jungle. they saw the mosque and thought no mosque should be standing for no reason.
  • they decided to go in and start praying there. a few people even decided to stay there for a few days.. It was their first night sleeping there and none of them could go to sleep. because they kept hearing a cry. they were confused. This happened every night. so everyone got out of bed and started talking randomly anywhere saying. ‘who is crying?’
  • They soon got a response after many days.and the response was from the mosque! the mosque said ‘ for years no one has prayed here and you lot have come praying reading sleeping. I’m so happy and may Allah bless you.’ The mosque was crying because it was so happy. Something Allah did. One of his Miracles.
  • The mosque isn’t the only unbelievable thing that cried… did you know that after you die, every single place you prayed on will cry because you died?
  • so if you prayed in your bedroom on the floor, the floor of your bedroom would cry when you die! Amazing really what Allah can do.
  • So Pass This Message To Everyone you know  And Let Them Know Of Allah’s Miracles.


The end of the world is coming soon

Think about it ….

Ø Camels will no longer be used as a means of transport;

Ø People will ride on saddles(المركبات الفاخرة) that aren’t saddles (cars?)

Ø The distance on earth will become short; تم طي المسافات

Ø Horses will not be used in wars;

Ø Muslims will defeat the Byzantines which will end with the conquest of Constantinople( Istanbul )

Ø The Jews will gather again to live in Bilad Canaan; (بلاد كنعان)

Ø Very tall buildings will be built; (أبراج منتشرة في جميع أنحاء العالم)

Ø The disappearance of knowledge(زوال العلم) and the appearance of ignorance, (ظهور الجهل)with much killing;

Ø Adultery(الزنا) will become widespread, and the drinking of wine will become common;

Ø The number of men will decrease and the number of women will increase until there are 40 women to be looked after by one man.

Ø Islam will become worn out (بالية و رثة)like clothes are, until no one will know what fasting, prayer, charity and rituals (شعائر)are;

Ø Allah will send a disease to fornicators (الزانى)that will have no cure (Aids?);

Ø People will begin to believe in the stars and reject AL QADAR (THE DIVINE DECREE OF DESTINYالقضاء و القدر);

Ø Men will pass by people’s graves and say: ‘Would that I was in his place’; (large amount of suicidal deathsوفيات انتحارية?)

Ø The Euphrates will uncover a mountain of gold for which people will fight over (the river of Alfurat that lies near Syria );

Ø Two large groups of people will fight one another, and there will be many casualties; they will both be following the same religion (World War III?);

Ø Approximately 30 DAJJALSدجّالون will appear, each one claiming to be the messenger of ALLAH;

Ø Earthquakes زلازل will increase;

Ø Time will pass quickly;

Ø Afflictions أمراض و بلاويwill appear;

Ø Killing will increase;

Ø Wealth will increase;

Ø Women will be wearing clothes but not wearing clothes التعري كما نراه [indecency where we will see their underclothes while they walk around]


Ø When any gain is shared out only among the rich, with no benefit to the poor;

Ø When a trust (أمانة)becomes a means of making profit ;

Ø When paying ZAKKAT becomes a burden;

Ø When voices (رفع أصوات كما نشاهده الآن)are raised in the mosque;

Ø When the leader of a people is the worst of them;

Ø When people treat a man with respect because what he may do;

Ø When much wine is drunk; red wind or the earth swallow them, or to be transformed into animals.’


Ø THE GREATER SIGNS علامات كبرىOF THE HOUR The Quran will disappear in one night, even from the people’s hearts, and no Ayyah will be left on earth. (Some groups of old people will be left who will say: ‘We heard our fathers’ saying ‘LA ILLAHA ILLA ALLAH’ so we repeat it)

Ø The appearance of the MAHDI;

Ø The appearance of the DAJJAL (Anti Christ);

Ø The appearance of Ya’juj and Ma’juj (biblical Gog and Magog);

Ø Isa (Jesus) will come during the time of Dajjal;

Ø The rising of the Sun from the west;

Ø The destruction of the Ka’ba and the recovery of its treasures;

Ø The smoke.

Now you have two options here:

1. Leave this message to sit here. 2. Forward this message to a number of people you know and by the grace of Allah

جزاكم الله خير الجزاء و أدام بيننا المحبة و الوفاء

As you might have noticed, time is running. This is the approach of Qiyaamah and many among you are not feeling guilty for not doing swalaat, fasting, paying zakaat….

We thank Rabban for this message