Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Ramazan A Mandatory Practice For Self Desciplining

During the fasting month, the Holy Qur'an [complete code of life] is regularly recited in prayers but especially in traweeh prayers which are sunnah prayers. The irony is  - some people tend to ignore the fardh prayers, yet opt for  listening to the Qur'an in traweeh which needs be looked at. Some only observe fasting and stay away from slaats altogether which is even worse.

Fasting from dawn to dusk is for a purpose which is to please our Creator, however,  the practice includes the package in entirety - including duties, liabilities and rights (Haqooq Allah and haqooq ul ibaad).  

Sadly, many of us remain ignorant throughout our lifetime till our departure from the worldly life without even understanding Allah's message in clarity.
It's compulsory for all Muslims to listen to recitation with sincerity and devotion.

Lucky are those who are conversant with Arabic Language (written and spoken). They are getting Lord's message clearly, whereas other Muslims have to learn the language or understand the message through translated versions, provided they are sincere enough to listen to Allah's commandments with their heart and soul.

Reciting the Holy Qur’an and offering daily mandatory five prayers is not enough - unless we stay away from bad deeds and do only good deeds in the eyes of our Lord SWT.
There is no room for hypocrites in Islam which means [baghal mai churee moonh mai ram ram]. Worshipping and dishonesty can’t go hand in hand.

No double standards are permissible:
The best way to respond to Allah's commands is first to follow practices [Sunnah] of Prophet Muhammad Salllaaho Alaihey Wasallam as Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) practical life is the best guide for us all to follow teachings of the Divine message outlined poetically in the noble Qur’an.
Since, the Qur’an is FINAL Divinely Guidance for the “entire Humankind” and not just for the Muslims; therefore, “Non Practical Muslims” and “Non Muslims” must take advantage of it before the soul leaves the body.


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19 comments:

  1. Ramazan mubarak guys!!!!!tomorrow is the first ramazan for those who follow saudi lunar calender.

    *****I follow local moon sighting.
    BTW: Friday or Saturday is first roza for Canada residents.

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  2. good tht ure so disciplined and knw ure culture,,, very few people these days pay attention for it

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  3. Very interesting to learn about your religion

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    1. Maria, I do appreciate your comment.
      Thanks.

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  4. I am a “Non Muslims" in Pakistan but as soon as I step outside its borders, I become a Muslim, You need to get rid of that stupid legislation which has no grounding in Islam at all.

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    1. Rehan,
      Please elaborate a little for clarity.

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  5. :) i have a close muslim friend i really get awe inspired looking at his sincerity during the fasting

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    1. sincerity has to stay 24/7 all year round to get the pleasure of Allah the Almighty.

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  6. so so so true. may Allah guide us towards sirat e mustaqeem. ameen. and may He open our hearts and souls and fill them with His love and with the prophet's love. may he enable us to spread what is right, and to practice what is right. and may we become perfect muslims, persons who are loved by Allah.

    ameen!

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    1. Allah guides us when we, the Muslims, are sincere in our worship for HIM following the sunnah of our beloved prophet Muhammad SallAllaaho alaihey wasallam.
      "TAQWA" is the word indeed!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. Masha'ALLAH! Very well written. May ALLAH keep us in HIS guidence and blessings!! Aameen!!

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  8. Asalamu alaikum,

    Thanks for sharing.

    Fasts & Suhur..

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  9. wa laikumslaam!
    Hopefully, you are enjoying the blessed month Sir!

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  10. Superb post Tariq Mian Sahib...hmm...

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