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Hope everything's been fine with you.

You started these two excellent topics [this and the Janabab-e-Ameer one] and afforded all of us loads of free thawab.

THank you.

(salam)

(wasalam)

Alhamdolillah everything is fine with me. Thanks for your caring about me. If I can do more than this for all of my brothers and sisters It will be my pleasure.

My Great Holy Prophet (pbuh) said,

"Allah forgives my followers whatever (evil deeds) they may whisper to themselves as long as they do not act upon it or speak of it. Allah forgives my followers whatever their souls suggest to them as long as they do not act upon it or speak of it."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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(bismillah) (salam)

Whoever pinned these threads has done a great job JazakAllah :)

The Holy Prophet (pbuh) said:

" ...And he who deceives his Muslim brother, Allah takes away the abundancy of his sustenance and spoils his livelihood and leaves him to his ownself."

Wasa'il-ush Shi'ah, vol. 17, p. 283

Wassalam.

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(salam) Reading all these Ahadith of the Prophet (pbuh) has inspired me as well. May Allah bless all those who have kept this thread alive by posting/reading it.

ÞóÇáó ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåö )Õ) Ýöí ßóáÇóãò áóåõ: ÅöíøóÇßõãú æó ÚõÞõæÞó ÇáúæóÇáöÏóíúäö ÝóÅöäøó ÑöíÍó ÇáúÌóäøóÉö ÊõæÌóÏõ ãöäú ãóÓöíÑóÉö ÃóáúÝö ÚóÇãò æó áÇó íóÌöÏõåóÇ ÚóÇÞøñ æó áÇó ÞóÇØöÚõ ÑóÍöãòþ.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) has said: “Beware of become disowned by your parents, for verily the fragrance of paradise which can be smelt from a distance of a thousand years, shall never reach the nostrils of one who has been disowned by his parents and one who has severed the bonds of kinship (with his relatives).”

Biharul Anwar, Volume 74, Page 62

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ÞóÇáó ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåö )Õ): ÃóÑúÈóÚóÉñ áÇó íóäúÙõÑõ Çááøñåõ Åöáóíúåöãú íóæúãó ÇáúÞöíóÇãóÉö ÚóÇÞøñ æó ãóäøóÇäñ æó ãõßóÐöøÈñ ÈöÇáúÞóÏóÑö æó ãõÏúãöäõ ÎóãúÑò.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) has stated: “On the Day of Judgment there shall be four groups of people upon whom Allah shall not cast His look of mercy: those who have been disowned by their parents, those who place obligations upon others after doing good to them, those who reject the concept of fate and destiny and the one who consumes intoxicants.”

Biharul Anwar, Volume 74, Page 71

ÞóÇáó ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåö )Õ): ËóáÇóËóÉñ ãöäó ÇáÐøõäõæÈö ÊõÚóÌøóáõ ÚõÞõæÈóÊõåóÇ æó áÇó ÊõÄóÎøóÑõ Åöáóì ÇáÃóÎöÑóÉö ÚõÞõæÞõ ÇáúæóÇáöÏóíúäö æó ÇáúÈóÛúíõ Úóáóì ÇáäøóÇÓö æó ßõÝúÑõ ÇáÅööÍúÓóÇäö.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) has stated: “There are three sins, the punishments of which are hastened and not deferred for the hereafter: disownment by one’s parents, committing oppression upon the people, and ingratitude with respect to kindness.”

Biharul Anwar, Volume 74, Page 74

Úóäú ÃóÈöí ÚóÈúÏö Çááøñåö )Ú(Ãóäøó ÑóÓõæáó Çááøñåö )Õ( ÍóÖóÑó ÔóÇÈøÇð ÚöäúÏó æóÝóÇÊöåö ÝóÞóÇáó: áóåõ Þõáú áÇó Åöáóåó ÅöáÇøó Çááøñåõ. ÞóÇáó: ÝóÇÚúÊõÞöáó áöÓóÇäõåõ ãöÑóÇÑÇð. ÝóÞóÇáó áöÅöãúÑóÃóÉò ÚöäúÏó ÑóÃúÓöåö: åóáú áöåñÐóÇ Ãõãøñ¿ ÞóÇáóÊú: äóÚóãú ÃóäóÇ Ãõãøõåõ. ÞóÇáó: ÃóÝóÓóÇÎöØóÉñ [ÃóäúÊöþ] Úóáóíúåö¿ ÞóÇáóÊú: äóÚóãú ãóÇ ßóáøóãúÊõåõ ãõäúÐõ ÓöÊöø ÍöÌóÌò. ÞóÇáó áóåóÇ: ÇÑúÖóíú Úóäúåõ. ÞóÇáóÊú: ÑóÖöíó Çááøñåõ Úóäúåõ ÈöÑöÖóÇßó Úóäúåõ íóÇ ÑóÓõæáó Çááøñåö. ÝóÞóÇáó áóåõ ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåö )Õ(: Þõáú áÇó Åöáóåó ÅöáÇøó Çááøñåõ. ÞóÇáó ÝóÞóÇáóåóÇ. Ëõãøó ØóÝóÇ.

Imam as-Sadiq (peace be upon him) relates: “Once, the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) approached a youth who was on the verge of dying, and said to him: “Say ‘There is no God except Allah.’ But the youth’s tongue appeared to be tied and he was unable utter the words. When this took place several times, the Prophet said to a lady standing near the youth’s head: “Does this youth have a mother?” The lady replied: “Yes, I am his mother.” The Prophet asked her: “Are you angry with him?” She confessed: “Yes. I have not spoken to him for the last six years.” Hearing this, he said to her: “Be pleased with him.” She agreed and said: “O’ Prophet of Allah! For the sake of your pleasure, may Allah be pleased with him.” (Then, turning to the youth) he said: “Say ‘There is no God, except Allah’). (This time) the youth was able to recite the words and shortly afterwards, his soul departed his body.”

Biharul Anwar, Volume 74, Page 75

ÞóÇáó ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåõ)Õ): íõÞóÇáõ áöáúÚóÇÞöø ÅöÚúãóáú ãóÇ ÔöÆúÊó ÝóÅöäöøí áÇó ÃóÛúÝöÑõ áóßó æó íõÞóÇáõ áöáúÈóÇÑöø ÅöÚúãóáú ãóÇ ÔöÆúÊó ÝóÅöäöøí ÓóÃóÛúÝöÑõ áóßó.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) has said: “One who has been disowned by his parents is told: ‘Act as you please, for I shall not forgive you.’ Whereas one who is good towards his parents is told, ‘Act as you please. I will be forgiving towards you.’”

Biharul Anwar, Volume 74, Page 80

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Úóäú Úóáöíöø Èúäö ÇáúÍõÓóíäö )Ú) ÞóÇáó: ÌóÇÁó ÑõÌõáñ ÅöáÜì ÇáäøóÈöíöø )Õ) ÝóÞóÇáó íóÇ ÑóÓõæáó Çááøñåö ãóÇ ãöäú Úóãóáò ÞóÈöíÍò ÅöáÇøó ÞóÏú ÚóãöáúÊõåõ Ýóåóáú áöí ãöäú ÊóæúÈóÉö¿ ÝóÞóÇáó áóåõ ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåõ )Õ) Ýóåóáú ãöäú æóÇáöÏóíßú ÃóÍóÏñ Íóíøñ¿ ÞóÇáó ÃóÈöí. ÞóÇáó ÝóÇÐúåóÈú ÝóÈöÑúåõ. ÞóÇáó ÝóáóãøóÇ æóáøóì ÞóÇáó ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåõ )Õ): áóæú ßóÇäóÊú Ãõãøõåõ.þ

Imam Zainul `Abidin (peace be upon him) relates: “Once a person approached the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) and said: ‘O’ Prophet of Allah! I have committed every known evil act. Is there a chance that I may be forgiven?’ The Messenger of Allah asked him: ‘Are any of your parents still alive?’ The man replied: ‘My father.’ He said to him: ‘Go and be good and kind to him.’ When he left, the Messenger of Allah muttered: ‘If only his mother had been alive.’”

Biharul Anwar, Volume 74, Page 82

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ÞóÇáó ÑóÓõæáõ Çááøñåö )Õ): äóÙóÑõ ÇáúæóáóÏö Åöáóì æóÇáöÏóíúåö ÍõÈøÇð áóåõãóÇ ÚöÈóÇÏóÉñ.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) has said: “The look of a child towards his parents out of love for them is an act of worship.”

Biharul Anwar, Volume 74, Page 80

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salam brother's and sister's

wa bismelah

"R<FONT size=2>emember death repeatedly. This will save you from longing for the worldly pleasures. Show gratitude frequently and this will increase the graces upon you. Pray to Allah so recurrently, because you do not know in which time Allah will respond for your prayer. Beware of tyranny, for Allah has ordained that HE will support those whom are oppressed."

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My Great Holy Prophet (pbuh) said,

"The practice of religion is easy and whoever overburdens himself in his religion will be overpowered by it. Therefore, be moderate, try to be near perfection but within your capacity and receive the good tidings that you will be rewarded. And seek Allah's help by worshipping in the mornings, afternoons and during the last hour of the nights."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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The holy prophet (pbuh) has said:

"Avoid overeating ,for it will make you harsh,will make your

body members weak in obeying God,and will make you deaf in

listening to advice.Avoid looks that sow the seeds of carnal

desires and produce neglect.Avoid avarice,for it pollutes your

heart with greed and seals your heart with love of this world,a

key to every sin,the cause of any wrongdoing and remover of

any vitues."

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(bismillah)

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How are you brother?

THank you for posting such lovely gems of immortal wisdom. I visit your twi threads almost daily, but post only once in a while, to say thanks.

Be well and blessed

(wasalam)

I am fine by the grace of Allah Almighty and sorry for replying you late. I greatly admire your appreciation and respect you. Thanks for what you have said.

My Great Prophet (pbuh) said,

"A man may be denied sustenance because of a sin he had committed. Only supplication can ward off predestination, and only righteousness prolongs a life span."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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My Great Prophet (pbuh) said,

"For every prophet there was one (special) invocation by which he appealed to Allah while he was among his followers, and that invocation was granted. As for me, I have kept my invocation until the Day of Resurrection to intercede with it on behalf of my followers."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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My Great Holy Prophet (pbuh) said,

"The best word is the "Book of Allah" and the best guidance is the "Guidance of Muhammad", may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him. And the worst things are heresies (those new elements introduced into the religion) and whatever you have been promised will surely come to pass, and you cannot frustrate it."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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My Great Holy Prophet (pbuh) said,

"One of the greatest sins that a man may commit is cursing his parent. The people asked: O Allah's Messenger, how may a man curse his parents? The Prophet replied: the man abuses the father of another man and the latter answers by abusing the father and the mother of the former."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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My Great Holy Prophet (pbuh) said,

"The one who occupies the worst place before Allah on the Day of Resurrection, is the one whom people avoid for fear of his indecent language."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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(salam)

Thanks for sharing, brother. Allah will reward your efforts

(wasalam)

Thanks alot sister for your appreciation.

I started this thread on 17th Rabbi-ul-awal last year and today is also 17th Rabbi-ul-awal. So exactly one year has passed. I say mubarik to all my brothers and sisters at this great moment which has come once again in our life by the Grace of Allah almighty.

My Great Holy Prophet (pbuh) said,

"Truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise. A man keeps on telling the truth `till, in the sight of Allah, he is named truthful. Lying leads to depravity and depravity leads to the Fire (of Hell), and man keeps on telling lies `till, in the sight of Allah, he is named a liar."

(salam) to all brothers and sisters

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