What did sudden death teach me?

Sudden death has taught me: To devote myself and my deeds to Allah Ta’ala and not to care about people’s satisfaction. Sudden death has taught me: That I should pray my Prayers at its time, because I do not know if that Prayer would be the last one. Sudden death has taught me : That death is not only a path which we will all pass, but it is has an appointed time, even if you are righteous person. Sudden death has taught me: That what I need to buy today I may not need it tomorrow, but what I read from the Qur’an today, I will be in need

What Happens When A Person Dies…

It is mentioned in the Quran -‘ When death comes to one of you, our messengers (angels of death) take him (his soul) into their custody and they do not neglect is doing so (they perform their job promptly)’. (Al-An-Aam – 61) It is mentioned in the Hadith – Upon the authority of al-Bara’ ibn `Aazib who said: We went out with the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) to a burial of a man from the Ansaar (original inhabitants of Madina) until we arrived at the grave and he still had not been placed in the slot of the grave. Then the Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه

Avoid Bankruptcy

Abu Hurairah, radhiallahu anhu, reported: Messenger of Allah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, said, “ Do you know who is the bankrupt?” The bankrupt among us is one who has neither money with him nor any property.” He said, “The real bankrupt of my Ummah would be he who would come on the Day of Resurrection with Salat, Saum, and Sadaqah (charity), but he will find himself bankrupt on that day as he will have exhausted the good deeds) because he reviled others, brought calumny against others, unlawfully devoured the wealth of others, shed the blood of others and beat others; so his good deeds would be credited to the account

Jannah (Part 10)

The Delights of the People of Paradise: The Gatherings and Conversations of the People of Paradise The people of Paradise will visit one another, in delightful gatherings where they will remember their lives in this world and how Allah (Subhaanahu Wa Ta’ala) has blessed them by admitting them to Paradise. Allah (Subhaanahu Wa Ta’ala) described the gatherings of the people of Paradise: ” And We shall remove from their breasts any lurking sense of injury, [they will be like] brothers, [joyfully] facing each other on thrones [of dignity]. ” [15:47] Allah (Subhaanahu Wa Ta’ala) has also described some of the kinds of conversation that will take place in their gatherings: ”

Jannah (Part 9)

The Delights of the People of Paradise: The Couches of the People of Paradise The palaces of Paradise have been prepared, and in their gardens are places to sit and recline, beautiful couches of delightful colours and high beds whose interiors are lined with silk brocade, let alone how magnificent their outward appearance must be. There are cushions and splendid carpets laid out in the most delightful fashion. Allah (Subhaanahu Wa Ta’ala) says: ” Therein will be thrones raised high, And cups set at hand, and cushions set in rows, and rich carpets [all spread out]” [88:13-16] ” They will recline [with ease] on thrones arranged in ranks. And We shall