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Post by Abu Fauzi on Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:53 pm

Assalam alaikum,

''Do not talk much without remembering Allah, for too much
talk without mentioning Allah hardens the heart, and the person
furthest from Allah is the one with a hard heart'' (at-Tirmidhi).

This is supported by verse 28 in Surat Ra'ad of the Holy Qur'an (13:28), where it is stated that, ''Unquestionably, by the remembrance of Allah, hearts are assured (find peace)''. So, engage in Zikr to polish the heart.

In another Hadith, the Messenger of Allah was reported to have said,

''Try to pass your mornings and evenings in a state where your
heart is free from all ill-feelings, jealousy and hatred for anyone,
and remember that this is my Sunnah, and he who loves my Sunnah
will be with me in paradise'' (Tirmidhi).

This too is supported by an Ayat of the Holy Qur'an..Surat al-Furqan..(25:63), where it is stated, ''The true servants of the Most Merciful are those who behave gently and with humility on earth, and whenever the foolish quarrel with them, they reply with {words of } peace''.

We should, therefore, NOTE the foregoing and act/work with what is contained therein accordingly.


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