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    Assalamu Alaikum,

    “If you go there, I’ll. . . “
    “If you do that, I’ll. . . ”
    “I will find out when/if you. . . ”

    Today’s parents use phrases like these to show their high position in their children’s lives. They use phrases like these to keep us in line, prevent continuous sinning, and wrong doings.

    What happens when they leave? Do we continue they obey? Young children, yes perhaps, maybe because their lack of knowledge and great ignorance in early-life society; but as we get older we realize that our parents are just as weak in their physical abilities as we are. We only have a limit of our five senses. I believe that our parents have tried to over- watch us, and indeed they have given us a wrong perspective to undertake protection and fear, therefore they are partially responsible for our wrong upbringing.

    Growing up, some of us have been taught to fear our parents. They often forget that there is a higher power we must learn to fear. There is a limit to this teaching because we will fear them at home, but once we are out of the sight, their protection over us, and our fear over them has been negated. The strongest protection is the belief and fact that Allah is with us everywhere in every nanosecond of our life. Through this approach we can confide that when the children’s parents are not around, they know they must fear Allah and it is only Allah that can protect and watch over them.

    We can take the example of the Luqman al Hakeem alayhi asalaam who gave his son three advices:


    1. Do not associate any gods with Allah-Behold, Luqman said to his son admonishing him “O my son! Join not in worship (others) with Allah: for false worship is indeed the highest of wrong-doing.”–31:13

    2. Show kindness and gratitude towards your parents-
    And We have enjoined on man (to be good) to his parents: in travail upon travail did his mother bear him. And in years twain was his weaning (hear the command), “Show gratitude to Me and to thy parents to Me is (thy final) Goal.” - 31:14

    3. Allah will bring whatever belongs to you:
    “But if they strive to make thee join in worship with Me things of which thou hast no knowledge, obey them not; yet bear them company in this life with justice (and consideration), and follow the way of those who turn to Me: in the end the return of you all is to Me, and I will tell you that ye did. 31:15
    “O my son!” (said Luqman), “If there be (but) the weight of a mustard-seed and it were hidden in a rock, or (anywhere) in the heavens or on earth, Allah will bring it forth: for Allah is subtle and Aware. 31:16


    These great words of wisdom were offered to his son to grow a fear of Allah as a youth and feel protection when was not present.

    The legist (Faqih) Abu-ul-Laith (Rahmatullah alaihe) relates that, when the last hour came for Luqman (alaihissalam), he said to his son, "My dear son, I have given you lot of advice during my life-time; now that I am leaving the world, I would like to advise you about the six points:-

    1. Busy yourself in the affairs of this world to the extent of the remaining period of your life (which is nothing when measured up against the eternity of the Aakhirat).

    2. Worship Allah Ta'ala according to the measure of your dependence on Him (and, obviously, one needs His help in everything).

    3. Make preparations for the Hereafter (Aakhirat) according to the extent of your stay in that world (and, obviously, one shall have to stay there eternally, for there is no other place to go to after death).

    4. Continue to struggle for redemption from Hell-fire till you are sure you have attained it. (It is common knowledge that, if someone is under trail for a grievous offence, he continues to make effort for his acquittal till he is sure that the case is going to be decided in his favour).

    5. If you have the audacity to indulge in sins, do so to the extent that you can endure Hell-fire (for, punishment of sins is dictated by law and you are never sure whether the sovereign, however infinite His mercy may be, will grant you mercy petition).

    6. When you want to commit a sin, look for a hiding place that is not being watched by Allah Ta'ala and His angels (for, everybody knows the consequences of engaging in a revolt before the eyes of the sovereign Himself or in the presence of His secret agents). (Tanbeeh-ul-Ghafileen).

    I would like to conclude this with a reminder Inshallah, that when we have children of our own or are already raising children of our own, to keep in mind that we must raise our children to fear the All-Mighty Allah, Knower of All things more than we raise them to fear us, The Limited In Power.

    Please feel free to share any comments in which you think will, Inshallah, lesson tomorrow’s sins with increment of today’s knowledge.

    Fi Aman Allah
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    Re: The teachings of Luqman

    jazakallah...we just had about 2 weeks of assemblys based on this...inshallah all the parents and future parents take time to read this....
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    Re: The teachings of Luqman

    Assalamu Alaikum

    yea inshallah..
    AND I NEED COMMENTS SO I CAN KNOW HOW GUD I WROTE THIS CUZ I HOPE I DIDNT WRITE THIS FOR NO REASON! :mad:

    jazakum Allah khair :sister:

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    Re: The teachings of Luqman



    Did you write this? mashAllah its very good, really Allah has certainly blessed you with a gift!
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    Re: The teachings of Luqman

    Assalamu Alaikum

    yes i wrote it :'(
    instead of doing homework i educated myself about Luqman, and i really got into it so i was hoping to educate others...

    Jazak Allah khair ekhi for responding

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    Re: The teachings of Luqman

    wow sister Mashallah that was a good one, keep it up write more

    by the way who is Luqman? I keep hearing his name but I dont have no idea if he is christian or muslim
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    “If you punish, then punish with the like of that wherewith you were afflicted. But if you endure patiently, indeed it is better for the patient. Endure you patiently. Your patience is not except through the help of Allah." (al-Nahl 16:126-127)

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    Re: The teachings of Luqman

    Assalamu Alaikum

    lol bro Luqman (RA) was a wise, knowledgable man revered for his wisdom.
    surah 31 is named after him and its a surah filled with great wisdom of his words and advice that he gave to his son subhanallah and im pretty sure he was a muslim, but i dont think he was a prophet.

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    JazakAllah khair sis MashaAllah that was great

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    Re: The teachings of Luqman



    Mashah'Allah, that was an excellent post dear Sister of Islam. Jazak Allah Kher Fe Dunya Wal Akhira Dear Sister of Islam.

    Never feel worried if people don't comment on your post At the end of the day when one does something for Allah alone, it is Him who will reward us and even though others may not show gratitude, Allah will surely show His gratitude, and there is no one on this Earth who can ever show a gratitude better than the gratitude Allah shows towards His beloved Slaves.

    Keep up the excellent work.


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    Re: The teachings of Luqman

    salam
    mashallah that was a super post
    jazakallah for sharing
    wasalam

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    MashaAllah. Excellent post dear sis.

    Jazakallah khair.
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    "...You are my Walî in this world and in the Hereafter. Cause me to die as a Muslim, and join me with the righteous." [Surah Yusuf 101]

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    Re: The teachings of Luqman


    Mashaa'Allah sister charisma, well-done!

    Please feel free to share any comments in which you think will, Inshallah, lesson tomorrow’s sins with increment of today’s knowledge.
    You mentioned three advices of Luqman (as) in the Qur'an, and there are three more in the following three verses that are also crucial to a Muslim's character. Namely, verses 31:17, 31:18, and 31:19.

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    "Surely I was sent to perfect the qualities of righteous character" [Musnad Ahmad, Muwatta Mâlik]


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    Assalamu Alaikum

    You mentioned three advices of Luqman (as) in the Qur'an, and there are three more in the following three verses that are also crucial to a Muslim's character. Namely, verses 31:17, 31:18, and 31:19.
    yes, i was going to add those, but i thought maybe if people thought the post was too long they wont read it *which is usually the case*.

    Jazak Allah khair ekhi
    and thank you sooooooooooooo everyone for ur comments! Barak Allah feekum!

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    MashaAllah sister it was very well written, and a gud read.:sister:
    Jazaak ALLAH khair..:rose:

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    Masha Allâh, that is very well written ukhti.. Very nice..
    Barak Allâhu fîki..
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    Mashallah sis keep up writing

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    Re: The teachings of Luqman

    charisma, some constructive feedback?

    #6 Is wrong by me because there is no place to hide a sin. None at all. Every action, every word, every thought, every heartbeat of history is perfectly recorded. We may be forgiven for sins but it is an illusion that they can ever be hidden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberpi View Post
    charisma, some constructive feedback?

    #6 Is wrong by me because there is no place to hide a sin. None at all. Every action, every word, every thought, every heartbeat of history is perfectly recorded. We may be forgiven for sins but it is an illusion that they can ever be hidden.
    Brother, that part was what Sayyidina Luqman alayhisalaam said to his son. He is demonstrating to him, that he can't hide from Allah! So by saying look for that place, it is obvious that he'll not find that place.

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    Brother, that part was what Sayyidina Luqman alayhisalaam said to his son. He is demonstrating to him, that he can't hide from Allah! So by saying look for that place, it is obvious that he'll not find that place.
    By Abu-ul-Laith... number 6 is just wrong by me. If you understand, that is what matters. Here is more to draw from:

    LUQMAN THE WISE (HAKEEM)

    Luqman (the wise) alaihissalam is a well-known sage, whose advice to his son has been mentioned in the Holy Quran. It is said that he was a dark-complexioned slave from Abyssinia. Allah Ta'ala bestowed His favors upon him and he came to be known as Luqman the wise. According to some traditions, Allah Ta'ala gave him a choice between kingship and wisdom. He said that he preferred wisdom. Another Hadith says; " Allah Ta'ala asked Luqman whether he liked to be a king and justly rule over the people. " He submitted " O my Lord, If it is a command from you, I must obey; for , in that case I shall be assisted by You. but if I am granted the choice to accept or to decline, I would rather be excused; I do not like to undertake this onerous responsibility". The angels questioned him about it; he said to them, "A ruler is always in difficult situation. Tyranny and other evils surround him on all sides, and everything depends upon whether he is Divinely aided or not. If he rules justly, ha can attain to salvation, if not, he is led astray from the path leading to Jannah. And, it is far better to lead a humble life rather than to lead an easy life in this world and do harm to one's life in the Hereafter. He who prefers this world to the Hereafter (Aakhirat) suffers double loss: this world forsakes him, sooner or later, and he has no values in the Hereafter (Aakhirat)." The angels were greatly surprised at his remarks. after this , Luqman went to sleep and Allah Ta'ala bestowed wisdom upon him (Durre Manthur).

    Luqman's sayings and word of advice, he gave to his son, contain rare wisdom, and quite a number of tradition's refer to 'Luqman's advice to his son'. One of these run like this: "O my dear son, sit in the company of Ulama frequently and listen carefully to what the wise men say, for Allah Ta'ala gives life to the dead hearts by the 'Nur' of wisdom, just as He revives the dead earth by heavy life-giving rains."

    They relates that once a stranger passed by Luqman alaihissalam while he was sitting among his followers. The man said, addressing Luqman, "Aren't you the bondman of such and such tribe"? He replied , "Yes, I was a slave boy of that tribe". The stranger asked again, "Aren't you the one who used to graze the goats near such and such hill?" Luqman replied, "Yes, I am the same person". The man said, 'Then what has brought you to this noble position?" Luqman alaihissalam replied, "I was very particular about a few things and I observed them on all occasions, viz. fear of Allah Ta'ala, truthfulness in speech, fulfilling a trust and avoiding useless talk."

    He says: "My son entertain good expectations from Allah without losing fear of His punishment. A fear of His punishment should not make you despair of his mercy". His son said, "The heart is one; how can it contain hope and fear at one and the same time"? Luqman alaihissalam replied, "A Mo'min is such as if he possessed two hearts: one teeming with hope and other equally full of fear." He advices his son to recite " O my Lord forgive my sins" frequently. For, there are certain hours during which Allah's special favours descend upon His men and everybody is granted whatever he asks from Allah Ta'ala". He says : My dear son , no one can perform good deeds unless he possesses a firm belief in Allah Ta'ala. If a person's belief is unsound , he is very weak in performing good actions. My dear son , if shaitan (the Devil) were to create doubts in your mind, let your firm belief overpowers him and silence his whispers; and if he tempts you to be negligent in virtues, defeat him by the remembrance of grave and the Day of Resurrection; if he (the Devil) tempts you towards joy of this world or make you afraid of the hardship of this life, say to him, 'One must inevitably leave this world' (neither the luxuries nor the hardship of this life are enduring). He says: My dear son , he who tells a lie loses the freshness of the face, he who cultivate bad habits will ever remain sad; it is far easier to move huge mountains from one place to another than to reform the ignorant stupid." He says: "My dear son, abstain from telling lies; for lies soon arouse enmity and hatred for the liar. My dear son, be very particular about attending funeral prayers and avoid attending festivities. For, funerals remind one of the Hereafter and festivities divert one's attention toward this world. My dear son do not eat anything when your stomach is full; it is better to put food before a dog than to over-eat. My dear son, don't be so sweet that people swallow you up, nor so bitter that they spit you out. My dear son, do not be less capable (in devotion) than a cock which starts crowing at early dawn and you be lying asleep in bed. My dear son, do not delay Taubah (Repentance), for death may take you unawares. My dear son, do not make friends with stupid people, lest you should develop a liking for their foolish talk. And do not incur the enmity of a wise man, lest he should turn away from you in disgust (and you should be deprived of getting benefit from his wisdom. My dear son, let no one but the pious partake of your food and always consult Ulama in your affairs."

    Someone asked Luqman Alaihissalam, "Who is the worst of men?" He replied, "The one who does not mind being watched while doing an evil deed".

    He says: My dear son, associate frequently with the pious for, in this way alone, you can attain the virtues that they possess. Besides, when Allah's special favors descend upon these beings you will also be able to receive your share of blessing; for when it rains it showers fall on all sides of the house. My dear son, avoid the company of the wicked people, for no good can be expected to come out of associating with them. Moreover, if at any time, Allah's punishment befalls them, you will also be affected by it". He says : "A father's punishment is as beneficial for a child as is the water for the fields". He says: "My dear son, since the day you were born, everyday, you are getting closer to the Hereafter (Aakhirat) with your towards this world. So, your abode in the Hereafter is far nearer to you (because you are advancing toward it everyday, at all times) than your house in this world (because you are moving farther and farther away form it day by day)".

    He says, "My dear son, avoid incurring debts; for a debt is a humiliation by the day and grief by night, (One is disgraced when the creditors make demands by day, and one spends the night in the grief, worrying about his debts). My dear son, entertain hopes of mercy from Allah Ta'ala, but let not your hopes make you bold in committing sins; be fearful of Allah but not your fear makes you despair of His mercy. My dear son, if someone comes to you with complaint that so and so has taken out both his eyes and you actually see both his eyes missing, do not form any judgment about the person until you have heard the other side. For, this man might have hit other person first and taken out four eyes earlier". (Durre Manthur).

    The legist (Faqih) Abu-ul-Laith (Rahmatullah alaihe) relates that, when the last hour came for Luqman (alaihissalam), he said to his son, "My dear son, I have given you lot of advice during my life-time; now that I am leaving the world, I would like to advise you about the six points:-

    1. Busy yourself in the affairs of this world to the extent of the remaining period of your life (which is nothing when measured up against the eternity of the Aakhirat).
    2. Worship Allah Ta'ala according to the measure of your dependence on Him (and, obviously, one needs His help in everything).
    3. Make preparations for the Hereafter (Aakhirat) according to the extent of your stay in that world (and, obviously, one shall have to stay there eternally, for there is no other place to go to after death).
    4. Continue to struggle for redemption from Hell-fire till you are sure you have attained it. (It is common knowledge that, if someone is under trail for a grievous offence, he continues to make effort for his acquittal till he is sure that the case is going to be decided in his favour).
    5. If you have the audacity to indulge in sins, do so to the extent that you can endure Hell-fire (for, punishment of sins is dictated by law and you are never sure whether the sovereign, however infinite His mercy may be, will grant you mercy petition).
    6. When you want to commit a sin, look for a hiding place that is not being watched by Allah Ta'ala and His angels (for, everybody knows the consequences of engaging in a revolt before the eyes of the sovereign Himself or in the presence of His secret agents). (Tanbeeh-ul-Ghafileen).

    Book: Fazail-e-Sadaqaat
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    You posted the same thing lol, this is what you posted.

    6. When you want to commit a sin, look for a hiding place that is not being watched by Allah Ta'ala and His angels (for, everybody knows the consequences of engaging in a revolt before the eyes of the sovereign Himself or in the presence of His secret agents).
    Read the end.

    By Abu-ul-Laith
    No, it says..

    The legist (Faqih) Abu-ul-Laith (Rahmatullah alaihe) relates that, when the last hour came for Luqman (alaihissalam), he said to his son


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