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importance of sabr

Post by MuhammadSanjalvi786 on Sat Oct 10, 2009 11:29 am

Bismillah hirrahma nirrahim
alhamdulillah hirabbil aalimiyn wa salaatu wa salaam wa ala sayiddina wa nabiyyina wa moulana muhammad wa ala alihi wa ashabi yajma'ien.

My fellow believers in this day and age when imaan has sunk to such depths that the practices of our beloved Nabi (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) are openly ignored, discouraged and abandoned we should find or make it incumbent upon ourselves to follow Rasulullah's (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) mubarak example and seek to improve our heavily faulted character. The virtue of sabr (patience) is one such area for improvement as it is a quality which few of us truly practise. A great builder of good character, Nabi (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) is reported to have said about sabr in a hadith narrated by Hazrat Abu Yahya Suhay ibn Sinaan (radiallahu anho) that Allah has made it such in the case of a Muslim that all occurences and situations are always good for a mu'min. he (sallahu alayhi wa sallam) went on to say : "in aswabat'hu sar'ra'u shakr'a fa kaana khayran lah, wa in aswabat'hu dhwar'ra'u sabr'a fa kaana khayran lah. That is if a mu'mins affairs are good he makes shukr and it is good for him, and if a mu'mins affairs are bad he makes sabr and bears it patiently then that too is good for him. In another very well known hadith related by Anas (radiallahu anho), when passing by an old woman crying at a graveside, Nabi (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) offered some advice which continues to service all those Muslims willing to take it. The simplest of consolences , Rasullullah's (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) advice was : "itaqullaha wasbiriy" literally "fear Allah and have patience". This is such advice which if taken correctly may serve to save one from the divine wrath of Allah azza wa jal in both this world and the hereafter. One who practises patience will surely acquire tolerance, and one who is tolerant will learn gratitude and humility. Insha'Allah Allah grant us this blessed quality of sabr and the rewards it holds. Ameen
Bismillahi wa salaam wa ala Rasullillah.

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Post by MaJor.A on Sat Oct 10, 2009 2:57 pm

Jazaakallah for the inspiring post.

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because the people who mind, don't matter
and the people that matter, don't mind°¤»·´¯`·._)(*)°¨¨°º"°¨¨°

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