YasSarNal QuR'aN

An Effort in Facilitation

Take care of your LIFELINE before you meet your DEADLINE!

Sharing an incredibly meaningful picture! Subhanallaah. 

entering masjid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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October 30, 2014 - Posted by | Muqeet's (assorted) | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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    Comment by MuQeet | October 30, 2014 | Reply

  2. Everyone is busy. Yet, do we live to work or do we work to live??? Marrying and then Having a family (lending to the next generation), taking care of parents (limited paying back to the generation we borrowed from), involving in the well-being of Muslim communities (sharing); taking care of oneself (performing the obligatory actions & refraining from illegitimate actions); all of these are the ways we live having supported by our working (Livelihood).

    Knowing that everyone is busy, sharing some thought on “taking care of my lifeline before meeting my deadline.”- For me, I see the lifeline (accumulating for Hereafter) starts earning halal income from livelihood and then branching into all aspects of our lives (spouse, family, direct family, communities and one’s religious responsibilities, etc). The deadline can be any time, I don’t even know how long I will live. Then, taking care of the lifeline for Hereafter attained by obeying Allah’s laws in all aspects of our lives is our goal at any moments….

    If we don’t obey the commandments of Allah (figuratively speaking, we are not going to the Masjid vertically by our own will), then we will at least go to the Masjid at our deadline (going to the Masjid horizontally as a dead person carried by others)… Then, if we contemplate upon having lifeline (accumulating lifeline for Hereafter) before meeting deadline (deadline could be any time); then, we may reflect upon the consciousness and awareness of Hereafter that we all will certainly face….

    May Allah forgive our sins; make us true believers; bless us to increase our Eemaan (belief) in our minds, hearts, and souls by using us for causes of Allah; and let us die having highest Eemaan. Ar meen.

    Comment by Yaseen Waiyan | October 31, 2014 | Reply


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