How you Live…..is how you Die.

How you Live…..is how you Die.   ‘To tell the truth, he looked like he was staring into the eyes of death’   A police officer in a Muslim country wrote the following letter to a Shaykh describing the events that led to his return to Allah. He recalls:   Seeing accidents and crash victims was a normal part of my day, but one incident was different.   My partner and I had parked on the shoulder of the highway and began to chat. In a random second, the scene shattered to the hideous sound of metal bodies becoming one. We threw our heads back to see what had happened:

Verily, After Hardship Comes Ease

Verily, After Hardship Comes Ease At a time in which the Muslims are beset with trials from every periphery, it is a time when Muslims should continue being Muslims, only better Muslims. I would say to my dear brothers and sisters in Islam “don’t be Sad”; if you are on the true religion – believing in One God and all the Messengers sent to mankind, then don’t be sad. “…Bear with patience whatever befalls you….” (Qur’an 31:17) and “Be not sad, surely Allah is with us.” (Qur’an 9:40) Our Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) said: “Verily, if Allah loves a people, He makes them go through trials. Whoever is satisfied,

“Where are the brothers you once knew?…..”

“Where are the brothers you once knew?…..” “Where are the brothers you once knew? Where are the companions you once knew? They have reached where they were meant to go, having been met by the deeds they performed in their days gone by. They reside there (in the Hereafter) either in misery or happiness. Where are the arrogant tyrants who built the townships and encircled them with walls? They are now underneath stones and wells. Where are those whose faces were beautiful full of light, those who were impressed by their youth? Where are the kings? Where are those who were granted victory on the fields of war? Time has

Operation Death

Operation Death This is the Tale of the Average Man, Who acts contrary to Allah’s Plan, If you are reflected herein, Then repent, and commit no sin.   ‘Twas early in the morning at four, When death knocked upon a bedroom door “Who is there”? the sleeping one cried, “I’m Izrael, let me inside.”   At once, the man began to shiver, As one sweating in deadly fever, He shouted to his sleeping wife, “Don’t let him take away my life.”   “Please go away, O Angel of Death! Leave me alone, I’m not ready yet, My family on me depend, Give me a chance, O please perpend!”   The

Living to Die or Dying to Live

Living to Die or Dying to Live   Death is a harsh and fearful reality faced by everyone who lives. No one has the power to avoid it, nor does anyone around a dying person have the ability to prevent it. It is something that happens every moment and is something encountered by the young and the old, the rich and the poor, the strong and the weak. They are all the same in that they have no plan, nor any means of escaping it, no means of intercession, no way to prevent it, nor to delay it.   Allâh – the Most High – says:“Say: Indeed, the death from