01-13-2011, 01:34 PM
^really good. make sure you listen/watch it a few times so that it can sink in well becuase it is abit confusing at first.
Question: do those tears that the shiekh mention mean nothing (i.e they arent rewarded, etc) then if there is no khasyah as he mentioned? so if you are crying but then commit sin, do those tears count for nothing since you go ahead and sin?
01-13-2011, 03:00 PM
Assalaam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh,Reply
Jazakallahu Khair for sharing!
A person with knowledge of Allah SWT takes pleasure from impotence, from fear of Allah. Yes, there is pleasure in fear. If a twelve-month baby was sufficiently intelligent and it was asked him: “What is most pleasurable and sweetest for you?”, he might well say: “To realize my powerlessness and helplessness, and fearing my mother’s gentle smack to at the same time take refuge in her tender breast.” But the compassion of all mothers is but a flash of the manifestation of Divine mercy. It is for this reason that the wise have found such pleasure in impotence and fear of Allah, vehemently declaring themselves to be free of any strength and power, and have taken refuge in Allah through their powerlessness. They have made powerlessness and fear an intercessor for themselves.
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