But you, You are the storm on a calm sunny day The scarcely traversed bend in the way All the constellations at the end of a starless day The wave that touches every sand grain as it crashes at the bay The bright ring of light around a full moon that pushes the rest of... Continue Reading →
Questioner: Someone who loves a person for the sake of Allaah, must he say, “I love you for the sake of Allaah,” to him?
Al-Albaani: Yes, but loving [someone] for the sake of Allaah has a huge price, only very few people pay it. Do you know what the price [to be paid] for loving someone for Allaah’s sake is? Do any of you know the price?
Let whoever knows give us the answer.
Someone present: Allaah’s Messenger ﷺ said, “There are seven whom Allaah will shade with His shade on the day when there will be no shade except His …” one of the categories mentioned are two men who love each other for Allaah’s sake, who get together for that reason and part for it too.
Al-Albaani: This is correct in and of itself but it is not the answer to the question, it’s an approximate definition of loving…
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I want to buy some happiness Wrap it in paper and tape Put it at your doorstep And then ring your door bell. And then I want to run away With clumsy footsteps on the stairs Some muddy boot marks here and there So you can follow along and yell. But I'll be gone before... Continue Reading →
It's very easy to lose eagerness and enthusiasm in making du'a. It's probably one of the most common spiritual problems for us. Once we lose the connection, we forget how it feels, and how much it helps, to pour out all of our problems to Allah. I may spend all morning whining to everyone about... Continue Reading →