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itsme
07-20-2007, 04:17 PM
Sabr: refrain, stop

Sabr means to stop ourselves from despairing and panicking, to stop our tongues from complaining to people and to stop our hands from striking our faces and tearing our clothes at times of grief and stress.
Scholars say:

“The one who has patience is the one who has trained himself to handle difficulties.”
- Abu Uthman

” Patience means to keep close to Allah and to accept calmly the trials He sends, without complaining or feeling sad.”
- Amr ibn Ithman al-Makki

“Patience means to adhere to the rules of the Quran and Sunnah.”
- Al-Khawwas

“Patience means to seek Allah’s help.”
- Ali ibn Abi Talib

“Patience means not seeing any difference between times of ease and times of hardship, being content at all times.”
- Abu Muhammad al-Hariri

Source:
"Patience and Gratitude" - Ibn Qayyim al -Jawziyyah
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meriam
07-20-2007, 05:01 PM
şükran sis for ur sharing
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meriam
07-20-2007, 05:03 PM
ı want to share this one

Mu'min (believer) and Sabr (Patience)


Patience is a virtue I'll try to explain
A blessing in disguise always to remain

From very deep inside the well of my heart
Peace of body and mind and the will to start

I'm summoned by a call at the dawn of the day
Just giving thanks to Him as I kneel to pray

Endurance is my counsel and faith my guide
The door is open to the struggle inside

With knowledge of certainty, I now can see
The reality of truth, plain as can be

It is charity that gives meaning to life
From the love of my caring in times of strife

Piety and wisdom help me through the day
But always I will return to kneel and pray

For it is patience, the essence of my goal
That enlightens and gives meaning to my soul.
:w:
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highway_trekker
07-21-2007, 12:39 AM
Jazaakillaahu khayran ukhtee

Patience is one of the most difficult characteristics to develop, especially when you need it the most. I ask Allaah to find us patient during the most difficult trials in life-ameen.
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itsme
07-21-2007, 10:59 AM
Ameen to the above.
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