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Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Mankind will not perish till they make excuses for their conduct to themselves.” [Mishkat]

The worst kind of deception is self deception. There is very little hope for a person’s success in any sphere of his or her life, in relationships, in religion or in their careers, till they view themselves and their shortcomings realistically. Only then can they improve themselves. So stop blaming, complaining and procrastination. Successful people take full responsibility for their lives.
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On the authority of ‘Abdullaah ibn Mas’ood (radhiyallaahu ‘anhu), the Messenger of Allah (sal-allahu alayhi wa sallam) said:

“Verily the most beloved speech to Allah is the servant’s saying, ‘Subhaanak Allaahumma wa bihamdika wa tabaarakasmuka wa ta’aalaa jad-duka wa laa ilaaha ghayruk.’ (Glorified are you, O Allah, and to you is the praise, Blessed is Your Name and Lofty is your Majesty, there is none worthy of worship other than you.) The most hated speech to Allah is when a man says to another man, ‘Fear Allah!’ and he replies, ‘Worry about your own self!’ “
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The Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The most perfect of the believers in faith is he who is the best of them in conduct, and the best of you in conduct are those who are best to their wives.” [Tirmidhi]

The state of marriage is part of one's adherence to the Sunnah and an exalted state of life indeed. In the words of the Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam), it permits one to meet Allah “pure and cleansed” (tahiran mutahharan).

A person's behaviour towards his wife is the measure of the perfection of his belief. He also warned that among the greatest of responsibilities that had been placed upon men is that pertaining to the treatment of their wives.

Marriage must be approached with utmost seriousness, entered with the purest intent, and cultivated religiously as it does not come cheaply while it carries immense reward. The Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam) called marriage “his way” (al-nikahu sunnati) and “half of religion” and he also said: “Two rakaat of the married person are better than seventy rakaat of the unmarried.”
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Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “It is the excellence of a man’s faith that he gives up meaningless work.” [Tirmidhi, Ahmad]

List all your activities and label them to see which belong to the category of meaningless. If the activity is not taking you towards a meaningful goal for any of the roles that arise from your ideology (e.g. Muslim, parent, son/daughter, self, breadwinner, daee, etc), then it would be to your advantage to replace it with more meaningful activity. Anything that does not bring you closer to Jannat and distance you from the Fire is meaningless in the long run, and will cause you to regret when it is too late why you bothered to waste your time with it.
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Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Ward off hudood as much as you can. If you find any way out for a Muslim then set him free. If the Imam makes a mistake in granting forgiveness it is better for him than that he should make a mistake in imposing punishment.” [Tirmidhi, Ahmed]

The purpose of exemplary punishment is that it should be an effective deterrent. Having millions of people in jails is not the sign of a good judicial system or a healthy, moral society. In the 1300 years of the Khilafah only a couple of hundred hands were cut off for theft! The low number of thefts this signifies is the sign of a healthy society. Regarding the implementation of hudood, however, many conditions must be met, e.g. theft does not count in a famine. In addition, where evidence is not compelling the Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) laid down the following principle: To free someone criminal mistakenly is better than to punish someone innocent mistakenly.
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Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Ward off hudood as much as you can. If you find any way out for a Muslim then set him free. If the Imam makes a mistake in granting forgiveness it is better for him than that he should make a mistake in imposing punishment.” [Tirmidhi, Ahmed]

The purpose of exemplary punishment is that it should be an effective deterrent. Having millions of people in jails is not the sign of a good judicial system or a healthy, moral society. In the 1300 years of the Khilafah only a couple of hundred hands were cut off for theft! The low number of thefts this signifies is the sign of a healthy society. Regarding the implementation of hudood, however, many conditions must be met, e.g. theft does not count in a famine. In addition, where evidence is not compelling the Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) laid down the following principle: To free someone criminal mistakenly is better than to punish someone innocent mistakenly.

What a Post! It is so necessary to know these things.
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The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “When you pass by the meadows of Paradise indulge freely in them!" The Sahabah asked: "O Messenger of Allah! What are the meadows of Paradise?" He replied: "The circles of Ilm.” [Tabarani, Al-Mu’jam Al-Kabir]

Ilm that is mentioned here is 'beneficial knowledge'. This is the knowledge that brings us closer to our Creator and Sustainer. Many are the rewards for the seekers and teachers of ilm. This is because it is through beneficial knowledge, knowledge of the reality of this world and knowledge of the Hereafter, that we draw nearer to Allah (subhana wa ta'ala), which in turn brings us closer to Jannat.

It is a great blessing from Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) when a person is able to see and value the things of this world as they really are. That is when he or she will be able to utilize their learning to benefit their Akhirah. As Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) used to, we should also ask Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) to show us the reality of things as they really are.
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Abdullah Ibn Abbas (radi Allahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said, "Whoever recites Surah Zalzalah (99) will get the reward of reciting half the Qur'an." [Tirmidhi]

An old man, saying that his heart had difficulty in remembering, and his tongue was sluggish asked the Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam); "Teach me the reading of a comprehensive surah." So Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) taught him to recite "Idha dul dilatil ardhu dhildalaha" (Surah Zalzalah) up to the end.

Why is this surah so important? If its recitation carries so much reward, it means that Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) wants us to repeatedly be reminded of its content. The theme of this surah is the life after death and presentation in it before man of the full record of the deeds done by him in this world. We are told briefly how the second life will take place and how confounding it will be for man. This very earth on which man has lived and performed all kinds of deeds thoughtlessly, and about which he never could fancy that this lifeless thing would at some time in the future bear witness to his deeds, will speak out on that Day by Allah's command and will state in respect of each individual person what act he had committed at a particular time and place. Men on that Day, rising from their graves, will come out in their varied groups from all corners of the earth, to be shown their deeds and works, and the presentation of their deeds will be so detailed that not an atom's weight of any good or evil act will be left hidden from anybody's eyes.

It might have been difficult for a man of ancient times to understand how the earth will speak and narrate the annals and events happening on it on the Day of Resurrection, but in the present age of the inventions of the cinema, loudspeaker, radio, television, tape-recorder, electronic equipment, etc., it is no longer difficult to understand how the earth will narrate its annals. The impression of whatever man speaks is preserved in the air, in the radio waves, on the particles of the walls and floors and ceilings of the houses, and on the environments of the road, plain or field if he spoke outside the house. If Allah so wills He can make these things repeat all these voices precisely in the way these were uttered in the first instance by man. Man at that time will hear with his ears and know that it was his own voice, and all his acquaintances also will testify that whatever they were hearing was the person's own voice and his own accent. Whatever man has done anywhere on the earth, and in whatever state, has had its impression on everything of the environment and its image inscribed on it. Even if he did something in pitch darkness, there are such rays in the Kingdom of God for which darkness and light make no difference; they can preserve his image in any case. All these images will pass before man on the Day of Resurrection like a motion picture, and will show him when and where he had done something during his life on earth.(Tafhim al-Quran, Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi)
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Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Be in this world as if you were a stranger or a traveler.” [Bukhari]

The above narration clearly indicates that we are in this world for a purpose and not for entertainment. We are like travelers during this life on earth. A traveler has a final destination that he/she is eager to reach. They need to use the time of their stop-over wisely, so as not to miss their connecting flight.

We should remember that earth is not our final destination. We have been encouraged to utilize the blessings Allah has put here for our use, yet we are told not to lose sight of the temporary nature of this life, and to use it to make preparations for the next life. Our souls are on a journey. Remembering death defeats joy. It kills our tastebuds for the pleasures of this life. But it is the only wise thing to do, in our own interest.

Concerning the life of this world Hazrat Esa (alaihis salaam) said, "This world is like a bridge, cross it and do not build on it."* This life is a bridge from our previous existence as soul to our next existence in the grave, then on the Day of Judgement, then either in The Garden or (Allah Forbid) The Fire. Houses are built on land, connected by bridges where the need arises. The most appropriate place to build, the focus of our attention, should be the land that we will set foot on once we cross the bridge that is our earthly existence. Where are you focused on building? On land, or on a delicate bridge that can collapse anytime with your death?
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