Wednesday, June 27, 2012

1 Minute For Allah

'May Allah's Love Stay In Our Hearts'          
1 Minute for Allah  
Step 1:  
Say with your heart and tongue:  
*SUBHANA'LLAH  
*ALHAMDULI'LLAH  
*LA I LAHA ILLA'LLAH  
*ALLAHU AKBAR  
*ASTAGHFIRU'LLAH  
*LA ILAH ILLA'LLAH, MUHAMMADUN RASULU'LLAH  
*ALLAHUMMA SALLY WA SALLEM WABAREK ALA SAYYEDINA MUHAMMAD  


*WA AALIHE WA SAHBIH AJMA'EEN  


Step 2:  
Contemplate in their meaning sentence by sentence and word by word  
Step 3:  
Forward this email onto at least seven other people  
Result 1:  
Within hours you have caused a multitude of people to remember, praise and glorify The Almighty ALLAH  
Result 2:  
Within hours you have caused a multitude of people to Salute, pray for and glorify the Prophet ( P.B.U.H.)  
Result 3:  
Within hours at least seven people would have prayed for you with Angels saying AMEEN, INSHA'A'LLAH  
NOW.......... Sit back and watch the power of ALLAH work in your life for doing the thing that you know HE loves.  
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BENIFITS OF AAYATUL QURSI     1) RECITE AAYATUL QURSI AT THE TIME OF LEAVING HOUSE
BECAUSE 70000 ANGELS PROTECT PERSON FROM LEFT, RIGHT, FRONT
AND BACK AND IF A PERSON DIES BEFORE RETURNING HE WILL
GET 70 MARTYRS REWARD.      2)RECITE AAYATUL QURSI 40 TIMES EVERY DAY AT THE TIME OF
SUNSET, PERSON WILL GET REWARD OF 40 HAJJ.     3)RECITE AAYATUL QURSI EVERY NIGHT AT BED, THIS CREATES ONE
ANGEL WHO WILL GUARD THE PERSON TILL MORNING.     4) RECITE AAYATULQURSI EVERY TIME AFTER DOING ABLUTION (WUZU)
 THIS WILL RAISE PERSON 40 TIMES IN RANK FROM EACH WORD.
  5)RECITE AAYATUL QURSI EVERY TIME AFTER RETURNING HOME
BECAUSE IT KEEPS AWAY POVE! RTY.     PASS THIS INFORMATION TO ALL MUSLIM BROTHERS AND SISTERS
AND EARN VIRTUE.  
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The following message in the next seven days should reach at least FIVE MILLION Muslims all over the world, Insha-Allah. Please forward this

message TODAY to your friends and relative and earn abundant Rewards from Allah Subhanawatala.
SAYINGS (HADITH) OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (Sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam)

The one who disdains the prayers will receive Fifteen punishments from Allah.
Six punishments in this lifetime Three while dying Three in the grave & Three on the Day of Judgment.
THE SIX PUNISHMENTS OF LIFE: 1. Allah takes away blessings from his age (makes his life misfortunate)

2.Allah does not accept his plea (Dua's)

3.Allah erases the features of good people from his face. 4.He will be detested by all creatures on earth.

5.Allah does not award him for his good deeds. (No thawab) 6.He will not be included in th! e Dua's of good people.
THE THREE PUNISHMENTS WHILE DYING: 1. He dies humiliated.

2. He dies hungry.

3. He dies thirsty. Even if he drinks the water of all seas he will still be thirsty.
THE THREE PUNISHMENTS IN THE GRAVE:
1. Allah tightens his grave until his chest ribs come over each other. 2. Allah pours on him fire with embers.
3. Allah sets on him a snake called 'the brave', 'the bold' which hits Him

from morning until afternoon for leaving Fajr prayer, from the afternoon until Asr for leaving Dhuhr prayer and so on. With each strike he sinks 70 yards under the ground.
THE THREE PUNISHMENTS ON THE DAY OF JUDGMENT: 1. Allah sends who would accompany him to hell pulling him on the face.

2. Allah gives him an angry look that makes the flesh of his face fall down.

3. Allah judges him strictly and orders him to be thrown in hell.
Note: If you get this copy, please make copies of it and distribute them among all Muslims. Y! ou will be earning a Reward as well as helping to show your brother the Right Path. May Allah give guidance to all of us.
AAMEEN!!!!!!! ---------------------------------------------- THOSE WHO DO NOT SAY THEIR PRAYERS OF:

FAJAR: the glow of their face is taken away. ZOHAR: the blessing of their income is taken away.
ASAR: the strength of their body is taken away. MAGHRIB: they are not benefacted by their children.
ISHA: the peace of their sleep is taken away. -----------------------------------------------------------------
THE HOLY QUR'AN:
Say Your Prayers Before Prayers For You Are Said'.
---------------------------------------------------------- BROTHERS AND SISTERS, NOW YOU HAVE TWO OPTIONS HERE:
1. Let this e-mail sitting in your mailbox. No curse or whatever may happen to you (Insha-Allah)
2. Forward this e-mail to a number of people you know and by the grace ! of Allah you will be blessed for each person you forward this e-mail to. Insha-Allah.  

Jazak ALLAH

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Top 10 Richest People on Earth

Top 10 Richest People on Earth


DO YOU KNOW THE TOP 10 RICHEST PEOPLE ON EARTH???

10.    Mukesh Ambani- Net Worth: $27.0 Billion.
09.    Eike Batista- Net Worth: $30.0 Billion.
08.    Amancio Ortega- Net Worth: $31.0 Billion.
07.    Lakhsmi Mittal- Net Worth: $31.1 Billion.
06.    Lawrence Ellison- Net Worth: $39.5 Billion.
05.    Bernard Arnault- Net Worth: $41.0 Billion.
04.    Warren Buffett- Net Worth: $50.0 Billion.
03.    Bill Gates- Net Worth: $56.0 Billion.
02.    Carlos Slim Helu- Net Worth: $74.0 Billion.
01.    The ONE who PRAYS two Rak'ah before Fajr.

"Aishah Raliallahu Anha reported that the Prophet Sallallaahu Alayhi wa sallam said; "The two Rak`ah before the Dawn (Fajr) Prayer is better than this world and All it Contains.'' [Muslim].

Rasulullah Sallallaahu Alayhi wa sallam never abandoned this Sunnah prayer (even while traveling)!
If this is the reward for the Sunnah prayer, just imagine the rewards for the one who walks to the Masjid for the fajr salaath and prays in congregation! Oh brothers, wake up and be number 1 everyday!

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Monday, June 4, 2012

6 reasons why you don’t wake up for fajr




You wake up only to realise with great horror you have 30 mins left for school/uni/work, and you haven’t even prayed fajr yet! What happened though? It felt like you literally just closed your eyes two minutes ago and now you’re brushing your teeth with Clearasil face wash, walking around in the house in just underwear rushing here and there, that’s how stressed you are!
But let’s break it down, why is it that we tend to miss fajr more and more these days? I mean if we think back a few months ago when we started practising, we used to wake up an hour before fajr and get our Qiyaam al-layl in, yet today here we are washing our mouth with face wash, late for work, and still haven’t prayed fajr, what went wrong?
#6 Late nights
I am sorry but going to sleep at midnight is not considered “an early night”

This is a major problem in today’s world, full of all sorts of on-demand entertainment, where as before in the good old days we would wake up with the sun and go to sleep as soon as the sun went down (there was not much to do other than stare out into the dark and be scared) but today we have the Internet, TV, mobile phones, so many distractions we should be glad we actually DO go to sleep.
The sad truth is that most of us stay up way past midnight, going to sleep at 2am something, and if we manage to sleep at midnight we are proud of ourselves and call it an ‘early’ night. But if you study the life of pious people you will notice that they have a habit of sleeping very early, some go to sleep straight after isha in order to pray Qiyaam later on during the night, and even the hadiths of the Prophet teaches us that he sallallaahu alyhi wasallam would dislike speech after isha. In short if you want to wake up fresh for Fajr, put the iPhone away and have a warm glass of milk.
#5 Forgetting to set the Alarm
Just five more minutes, pleaseeee! zzz

Now some people might argue and say, I don’t need an alarm, I naturally wake up for Fajr by myself, but they fail to realise that sleep is a very seductive mistress and she wont let go of you that easily, she’ll even try to trick you and make it seem like you’re waking up and going to the masjid to pray whilst you’re still clearly in bed, all this to make you stay with her.
This is where the alarm clock comes in, and you have to teach yourself to move on, yes sleep is nice and full of enjoyment, but its just not working out anymore. You have grown apart and don’t see things eye to eye anymore. The alarm clock will help wake you up whether you like it or not (usually you don’t) and the trick here is to set the alarm about ten minutes before the desired time, don’t set it 40 mins before because then you’ll wake up only to convince yourself you have a bit more time left, and thus falling back into the seductive grip of your beloved mistress.
#4 Over eating the night before
I don’t love food, food loves me!

Many people don’t know that this might actually effect your sleep and make it more deep. Studies have shown that people with a full stomach usually tend to sleep much better (and also deeper) than those with empty stomachs due to hunger or the lack of it. OK so it’s not really a study, people just told me, OK fine no one told me I just eat a lot at night, leave me alone.
Now I am not saying starve yourselves (please don’t sue me) but I do advise you to be careful not to eat heavily before going to bed, this will help you wake up for Fajr in time and hey, who’s stopping you from eating then?
#3 Waking up for Qiyaam al-Layl early just to go back to sleep and miss Fajr
This is actually a sunnah, but don’t go to sleep again if you cant wake up afterwards

If this is not a plot from Shaytaan I don’t know what is! How clever of him to make sure he makes you busy with an act that is sunnah in order for you to leave off another act that is waajib. And this often happens with the youth who sometimes are over ambitious, those who want to become Aboo Bakr as-Siddeeq over night, but the only thing they end up becoming is a person whom the Shaytaan urinated in his ear and took his nose as a six star hotel (check the hadith yourself).
My advice is, if you do want to pray tahajjud at night, make sure you don’t go back to sleep afterwards, perhaps wake up half an hour before Fajr and stay up, the important thing is STAY UP.
#2 Not truly understanding how big of a sin it is
Funny how we wait at the flight gate 2 hrs in advance yet catch the end of the Salah
We often take matters of salah very easy, ‘I’ll pray later’ or ‘I don’t have time now!’ are some of the common excuses we hear, but the strange thing is that if we have a flight at the airport at 3am in the morning we stay up the whole night just to make sure we don’t miss that flight, you won’t hear anyone saying ‘I’ll catch the flight later!’ or any silliness like that.
So why are we so hypocritical? When it comes to Islaam we make excuses yet when it is about this dunyaa we come up with reasons? This is because, and correct me if I am wrong, we do not truly realise how severe the sin is. Or the reality of it has not sunk in yet. What we need to do is to fix up, and fast. Make sure you boost your Eemaan, by attending lectures, or listening to beneficial talks etc, it is only then you will start working hard for the hereafter.
#1 Committing sins during the day
No wonder the toothpaste tasted funny

Hands down this is the number one reason why we don’t wake up for Fajr. How can we expect to be given tawfeeq (ability) to perform good deeds when all we do is keep sinning? The salah is the second pillar of Islaam and without it a persons Islaam is in question. I do not need to quote all the verses and hadiths for you to understand how serious the matter is, and like any other thing in Islaam we know that a good deed begets another good deed, and similarly a bad deed begets other bad deeds.
If we truly want to get closer to Allaah we need try our very best to stop sinning during the day. Don’t get me wrong, no one is an angel, but if Allaah is telling us that Salah keeps you away from sins, and you are struggling with praying these salahs themselves, what does it say about you? In short let us break up with sleep and embrace salah, that way Allaah will rectify all our affairs and we will not have to brush our teeth with the wrong product.


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