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    “O you who believe, FEAR ALLAH and speak that which is straight (correct) (s33 : v70)

    Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) is reported to have said: Among the things that will throw people most into Jahannum will be the harvest of their tongue.” A Mu’min with Taqwa does not soil his tongue by uttering foul and putrid vulgar words. He also refrains from lying, backbiting, breaking hearts with sarcastic comments, mocking, etc.
    He keeps his tongue clean… so that he can take the pure name of Allah Ta’ala with a clean tongue.
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    Umar Al Farooqرضي الله عنه. Said :
    " Judge Yourselves before you yourselves are judged;and weigh yourselves before you yourselves are weighed in the balance. When you are brought to account tomorrow, it will be much easier for you if you have already brought your selves to account today-so do so, before you come to the final gathering "

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    If one’s feet slip, it can be extremely dangerous. One could lose one’s balance and fall. This could result in fractured bones, perhaps even a heart attack. Undoubtedly these are serious consequences. However, these effects of the slip of the feet can never compare to the harm that can ensue from the slip of the tongue. It can result in several people suffering a heart attack. When the tongue slips, it pierces hearts, breaks marriages, splits families, estranges bosom friends and results in a host of other social evils. The soft and fleshy tongue can cause a wound far worse than the wound of the hard teeth.

    As a poet says: “The wound of the sword will heal - But the wound of the tongue will not.”

    Once Rasulullah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) was asked: “What is the path of salvation (from the fitna that is engulfing us from all directions)?” He replied: “Guard your tongue, let your house be sufficient for you and cry over your sins” (Mishkaat).

    The tongue often slips when one gives advice to others. However, even when giving advice, kind words and a gentle approach should be adopted. When Allah Ta’ala sent Moosa and Haroon (alaihimas salaam) to Firoun, He gave them the following command: “And say to him (Firoun) soft words (20:44).”

    There really cannot be any person today worse than Firoun, nor is anyone among us better than Moosa and Haroon (alaihimas salaam).

    Harsh words often lead the opposite party to obstinancy. As a result, the faint hope of getting the person to understand the truth is also extinguished. When this pertains to the manner of talking to even the kuffaar under general conditions, how much more important it is that a fellow Muslim should be addressed in kind terms. Indeed at times to discipline a child or subordinate, a visible display of sternness has to be adopted. However, the general rule is to always adopt kind words even when reprimanding a person upon some wrong action.

    Therefore, before uttering something, think about its consequences. Your words could fly like sharp arrows and cause irreparable harm.
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    Re: Self-reformation

    Thanks for the reminder
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    Tafseer Al-Qurtubi states:

    A man complained to Al-Hasan about a drought, and he said to him: "Pray to Allah for forgiveness."

    Another man complained to him of poverty and he said to him: "Pray to Allah to forgive you."

    Another man said to him: "Pray to Allah to bless me with a child." He said: "Pray to Allah for forgiveness."

    Another complained to him that his garden was dry. He said to him: "Pray to Allah for forgiveness."

    He was asked about it and he said:

    "This is not my personal opinion, for Allah says in Surah Nooh (interpretation of the meaning):

    'Ask forgiveness from your Lord, verily, He is Oft Forgiving; He will send rain to you in abundance. And give you increase in wealth and children, and bestow on you gardens and bestow on you rivers."

    Tafseer Al-Qurtubi (18/301-302)

    One of the narrators of a Hadith was asked about the manner in which forgiveness is to be sought, to which he answered:

    "The Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) used to say: 'Astaghfirullah! Astaghfirullah! (I beseech Allah for forgiveness, I beseech Allah for forgiveness)'. [Saheeh Muslim]
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    Maymun ibn Mihran (rahimahullah) said:

    “A man will not attain true taqwa as long as he does not take reckoning of himself, and as long as he does not know the source of his food, drink and clothes.”

    (Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaybah, Hadith: 36419 and Hilyatul Awliya, vol. 4 pg. 89. Also see: Musnadul Firdaws, Hadith: 8377)

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    Iblees complained that “it is because of Aadam (‘alaihis salaam) that I have been removed from paradise and have become accursed. Thus I will not slacken in my efforts to mislead the children of Aadam (‘alaihis salaam). I will try my best to involve them in sin until their very last breath.” Upon this Allah Ta‘ala declared: “I will give them the ability to repent.” Upon this Shaitaan exclaimed that all his efforts will then be destroyed. The servant will repent and his sins will be forgiven.

    Thus it is a lifelong battle against Shaitaan. The person who becomes complacent over his nafs (base desire) is in a very big deception (and is heading for destruction), since being complacent and to drop one’s guard with regard to one’s enemy results in such disaster. As long as the help of Allah Ta‘ala is with us, everything will go well. I will make du‘aa for you and you make du‘aa for me as well. May Allah Ta‘ala safeguard us from all those actions that displease Him. (Maktoobaat faqihulummah vol. 1, pg. 97)

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    So long as a person regards himself unworthy of the favours he enjoys and recognizes the favours to be a sheer grace and bounty from the side of Allah Ta‘ala upon him, he will continue to receive from the favours of Allah Ta‘ala and he will not be deprived of the Divine Grace. However, as soon as he regards himself to be deserving of the favours of Allah Ta‘ala, then this will be regarded as ingratitude and ungratefulness. When one falls into ingratitude, the favours that he is enjoying will be snatched away from him. The outcome of ingratitude is extremely serious. (Malfoozaat Hakeemul Ummat 5/332)
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    “There are two aspects of the human — hiszaahir(outer-self) and baatin (inner-self). The islaah (reformation) of the zaahir as well as the baatin is necessary. There are many laws of the Shariah which pertain to the zaahir while many aspects pertain to the baatin.Salaah, Zakaah, Haj, etc. pertain to the zaahir. Likewise, to adopt humility and regard oneself as inferior to others, not to become jealous over the bounties that Allah Ta’ala has granted others, etc. pertain to the baatin. Just as it is compulsory to fulfil the laws pertaining to the zaahir,

    similarly it is incumbent to fulfil the laws that relate to thebaatin. As for the aspects which pertain to the zaahir, every Muslim knows them and easily understands them. For example, every Muslim knows that he must perform his five daily salaah, fast in the month of Ramadaan, etc. However, as for those aspects that pertain to the baatin, neither are they visible nor can every person understand them. Furthermore, often one is in need of anAalimso that one may enquire from him the laws pertaining to the zaahir aspects. In this regard if one constantly refers to a specific Aalim for all one’s queries, it is much better. ...


    Likewise, in order to reform one’s inner-self and to fully comply with and to practice upon all the laws that pertain to the baatin, it is necessary that one chooses a guide who is well-versed with these aspects. Thus one constantly refers to him and seeks his guidance. According to one’s temperament, etc. he will prescribe remedies for the problems one experiences in those aspects.

    In the time of Rasulullah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) theSahaaba (radhiallahu anhum) would refer all their matters (pertaining to the zaahir and baatin) directly to him. The same procedure continued in the time of the Khulafa-e-Raashideen (the four righteous khalifas), the Sahaaba (radhiallahu anhum) would refer all their matters to them. After the Sahaaba (radhiallahu anhum) the attention of the people began shifting more towards the worldly aspects. Hence in the time of theTaabieen andTab’ut-Taabieen (those who came after the Taabieen) many great sheikhs existed who codified all the aspects pertaining to the baatin. Many other books were thereafter compiled of the same nature such asIhya Ulumud Din,Risala Tasawwuf, etc. (Khulasa-e-Tasawwuf, pg.60)
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    SELF IMPROVEMENT(TASAWWUF) AND CONNECTING WITH ALLAH TAALA


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    for sharing the link......

    Perhaps you are adhered to any shaykh in tasawwuf..?

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    jazakallah ,i do have a shaykh .

    i just do private zikr at home,not collective in mosque.
    aim is to remove all negative human traits and connect with allah.
    its a simple formula for a very hard training on the nafs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AHMED PATEL View Post
    jazakallah ,i do have a shaykh .

    i just do private zikr at home,not collective in mosque.
    aim is to remove all negative human traits and connect with allah.
    its a simple formula for a very hard training on the nafs.
    I'm not adhered to any shaykh though but I like to read malfuzat of different shaykhs.

    Malfuzat hakimul ummah impressed me a lot.

    As of now I'm reading 2 books fathur rabbani, a collection of malfuzat of sh abdul qadir jilani ra and sab'a sanabil of sh bilgirami ra.

    One common thing I found is that a salik should keep his wudhu intact and pray tahajjud.

    But literally, I'm weak in good deeds.

    Anyways, whether or not I comply with what's written in such books though but hope is alive.

    Wassalam
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    1.1 Distinct Muslim Personality

    Islam advocates this etiquette and stresses it so as to perfect the Muslim personality and to bring about harmony among people. There is no doubt that embodying such manners and virtues enhances personal style and qualities, refines personality and brings us closer to the hearts and minds of others. The forthcoming manners and etiquette are central to Islam, its purposes and its aims. Calling it ‘etiquette’ by no means implies that it is marginal to life and social behaviour. It does not mean Muslims have the option of ignoring this code of behaviour, or that it is merely preferable to adhere to it.

    In pointing out that manners rank higher than deeds, Imam Al-Qar�fi in his book Al-Furw’q said, ‘Learn that a little etiquette is better than a lot of good actions.’

    Rw’aim, the righteous scholar, told his son, ‘Oh my son, make your deeds salt, and your manners flour.’ Many good manners with few good deeds are better than many good deeds with few good manners. Even if some of these rules appear to be simple common courtesy, it is important to highlight their significance. Many Muslims commit errors which blemish the Islamic personality, whose purpose is meant to be unique in its beauty, perfection and traits. Our master, the Messenger of Allah () directed the blessed companions by saying: ‘You are on your way to meet your brothers, put on a nice dress and fix your riding so you appear distinct among people as a fleck [on a beautiful face]. Allah does not like roughness nor rough manners.’

    When the Prophet, peace be upon him, said: ‘No one will enter Paradise if they have at heart a grain of arrogance.’ A man asked: ‘A man may like his dress to be nice and his shoes nice.’ The Prophet answered ‘Allah is beautiful and likes beauty. Arrogance is to deny rights and look down at people.’

    Shaikh Ibn Taimia said that the beauty that Allah likes include nice clothes. Hence it could be said that Allah likes all nice things. Therefore, a Muslim ought to be recognized by neat dress, cleanliness and graceful appearance.......

    Continue...
    http://haqislam.org/importance-of-appearance/
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    It is a fact, an inescapable reality is death. No matter what corner of the world one comes from, he or she knows the only thing as unavoidable as living is dying. One may delay preparing for it, or even be apathetic toward it, but one cannot deny it.

    An Urdu poet once said, “The earth devoured even the most magnificent of skies.” Here, skies symbolically represent people whose reach was to the sky and beyond, or whose personality and influence was as encompassing as the sky, or whose wealth and power was vast like the sky.

    Today these “skies” are six feet beneath the earth even though the sky is greater. Many have left nothing besides their names carved on their crumbling gravestones, or printed on decaying parchments covered with dust.

    Unfortunately, we are so preoccupied with our work and ourselves that most often we forget Allah. But there is no good excuse for heedlessness and neglect. We should make it a habit to go regularly to the masjid and stay in the company of scholars and righteous Muslims. By doing so, our inner courage and determination to avoid sin will grow, and when death comes knocking on our doors, we will be prepared to accompany the Angel of Death. Then on the Day of Judgment, when Allah may say to us, “Enter among my (honored) slaves. And enter into My Garden” (Qur’an 89: 29–30), admitting us into His mercy and the spacious abode of Paradise.

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    Ibn al-Qayyim wrote a priceless book on patience called Uddatus-Saabirin wa Dhakhiratush-Shakirin, out of his humility, he said the following about it and himself:
    “Despite that, this book is the effort of someone who lacks the means [i.e., lacks knowledge], the output of someone bankrupt, in which he warns others against the disease even though he is among the ranks of those who suffer from it, in which he has outlined the remedy even though, due to his injustice and ignorance, he didn’t have the forbearance to use it himself, but he hopes that, through this advice which he is imparting to His believing slaves, the Most Kind and the Most Merciful will forgive the way he has cheated himself.
    And so whatever in this book is correct is from Allaah, Alone, for it is He who is the Commendable, the One who helps, and whatever mistakes are found in it are from its author and the devil …”

    Uddatus-Saabirin, p. 11

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    It is necessary for man to be pleased and grateful to Allah Ta‘ala for whatever condition He has kept him in. This is called “radha bil qadha’ (being pleased with the decisions of Allah Ta‘ala). This is really the dictates of humility. It is necessary for a lover of Allah Ta‘ala to be pleased with whatever His beloved decides for him. Therefore, for one to be uncomfortable and troubled in any way is incorrect, especially when we believe that Allah Ta‘ala is our Rabb and the Rabb of the entire world. Whatever a Murabbi (Nurturer) does, he does it for our tarbiyah (nurturing) and for our goodness even though one undergoes some difficulty.

    For this reason, you should not feel any difficulty or hardship especially when the hadeeth says “The Ambiyaa (‘alaihimus salaam) were the ones afflicted with the most amount of calamities, thereafter those who are closest to the Ambiyaa (‘alaihimus salaam).”

    (Hadhrat Moulana Husain Ahmad Madani [rahmatullahi ‘alaih] pg. 296)

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    Imam Ahmad narrated that Umar Ibnul-Khattab (RadiyAllahu Anhu) said,

    “Hold yourself accountable before you are held accountable and weigh your deeds before they are weighed for you on Judgment Day.”

    Al-Hassan Al-Basri (Ra) says,

    “A believer is fine as long as he keeps preaching himself and as long as he exerts an effort in holding himself accountable.”

    Ibnul-Qayyim (Ra) said:

    “Purifying the soul and cleansing it hinges on holding it accountable and this is the only way to do it… By holding it accountable we can realize its shortcomings and we can hence seek to fix them.”
    https://archive.siasat.com/news/isla...ation-1145614/

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    Sh Ibn Taimiyyah ra said:

    *Every Punishment from Him is pure justice and every blessing from Him is pure grace. [1]

    *.Whoever desires everlasting bliss, let him adhere firmly to the threshold of servitude. [2]

    *.The Lord is to be loved. [3]

    *.Guidance is not attained except with knowledge and correct direction is not attained except with patience. [4]

    *.In this world there is a paradise, whoever does not enter it will not enter the Paradise of the Hereafter. [5]

    *.The one who is (truly) imprisoned is the one whose heart is imprisoned from Allah and the captivated one is the one whose desires have enslaved him. [6]

    *.The whole religion revolves around knowing the truth and acting by it, and actions must be accompanied by patience. [7]

    *.Worship is founded upon the Legal Law and following it, not upon ones basic desires and innovation. [8]

    *.If you do not taste the sweetness of an action in your heart, suspect it, for the Lord, Exalted is He, is the Appreciative. [9]

    *.The more the servant loves his Master, the less will he love other objects and they will decrease in number. The less the servant loves his Master, the more will he love other objects and they will increase in number. [10]

    *.perpetually is the servant either the recipient of a blessing from Allah, in which case he is need of gratitude; or he is the perpetrator of a sin, in which case he is in need of repentance; he is always moving from one blessing to another and is always in need of repentance. [11]

    *.Sins cause harm and repentance removes the cause. [12]

    *.Bearing witness toTauhid opens the door of good and repentance from from sins closes the door of evil. [13]

    *.The Jihad against the soul is the foundation for the jihad against the disbelievers and hypocrites. [14]

    *.A man will never fear something besides Allah unless it be due to a disease in his heart. [15]

    *.Trials and tribulation are like feeling the heat and cold, when one knows that they cannot be avoided, he will not feel anger at their onset, nor will he be distressed or disheartened. [16]

    *.The perfection ofTauhid is found when there remains nothing in the heart except Allah, the servant is left loving those He loves and what He loves, hating those He hates and What He hates, showing allegiance to those He had allegiance to, showing enmity to those He shows enmity towards, ordering what He orders and prohibiting what He prohibits. [17]

    *.In this world, man finds in the remembrance of Allah, praising Him and worshipping Him, a delight that is in comparable to anything else.[18]

    *.The objective of asceticism is to leave all that harms the servants Hereafter and the objective of worship is to do all that will benefit his Hereafter. [19]

    *.Sins are like chains and locks preventing their perpetrator from roaming the vast garden ofTauhidand reaping the fruits of righteous actions. [20]

    *.What can my enemies do to me? I have in my breast both my heaven and my garden. If I travel they travel with me, never leaving leaving me. Imprisonment for me is a chance to be alone with my Lord. To be killed is martyrdom and to be exiled from my land is a spiritual journey. [21]
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    footnotes

    1. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [10/85]
    2. Ibn al-Qayyim, Madarij [1/153]
    3. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [1/54]
    4. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [10/40]
    5. Ibn al-Qayyim, al-Wabil [page 69]
    6. Ibn al-Qayyim, al-Wabil [page 69]
    7. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [10/38]
    8. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [1/80]
    9. Ibn al-Qayyim, Madarij [2/68]
    10. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [1/94]
    11. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [10/88]
    12. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [10/255]
    13. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [10/256]
    14. Ibn al-Qayyim, ar-rawdah [page 478]
    15. al-Bazzar [page 74]
    16. Ibn al-Qayyim, al-Madarij [3/289]
    17. Ibn al-Qayyim, al-Madarij [3/485]
    18. Minhaj as-Sunnah [5/389]
    19. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [14/458]
    20. Majmoo’ al-Fatawa [14/49]
    21. Ibn al-Qayyim, Wabil [page 69]

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