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  1. Salaam alaykum, I have come across the following daily dhikr in a number of places but I cannot find a source. Can anybody help me please? Monday یا قاضی الحاجات Tuesday یا ارحم الراحمین Wednesday یا حی یا قیوم Thursday لا اله الا الله الملک الحق المبین Friday اللهم صل علی محمد و ال محمد Saturday یا رب العالمین Sunday یا ذالجلال والاکرام Thank you, Hajj Amir
  2. Salaam Alaikum Brothers And Sisters I'm Just Wondering When We Do Salaah We Do Qunoot In The Second Rak'ah And What I Wanted To Know Is Can You Do More Then 1 Qunoot For Instance In The Last Rak'ah? Thanks For Any And All Assistance, And Thankyou For Taking The Time To Read This Post! Allah Bless You All And Grant Us All Jannah And Shifa!
  3. Salam alaikom everyone, I was just wondering what dhikr/words of remembrance do you say in the mornings and evenings? وَاذْكُر رَّبَّكَ فِي نَفْسِكَ تَضَرُّعًا وَخِيفَةً وَدُونَ الْجَهْرِ مِنَ الْقَوْلِ بِالْغُدُوِّ وَالْآصَالِ وَلَا تَكُن مِّنَ الْغَافِلِي “And remember your Rabb by your tongue and within yourself, humbly and with fear and without loudness in words in the mornings, and in the afternoons and be not of those who are neglectful.” (7:205) Unfortunately I'm new to all of this, and have no access to mosques, scholars or Islamic books in my city. There are many resources online, and I'm just not sure which ones are reliable. Could someone please point me in the right direction? :)
  4. Here is some dhikr of names of Allah certain amount of times to attain for example piouty, rizq, good manners etc. It is writen in the beginning of the link below but I don't understand really if it from imam Ali (as). Are there any other ahadith from Ahlulbayt about saying for example al-Fa'tiru 290 times everyday and a difficult will be easy or some other name of Allah certain times and corresponding benefit? https://www.al-islam.org/qunut-talib-hussain-zaidi/part-3-dhikr-beautiful-names-Allah
  5. Salam When we say for example Ya Hussein ,is that a dhikr? Can we do dhikr like that?
  6. From Qur'an: "O believers! Remember Allah as a frequent remembrance, and glorify Him morning and evening." Al- Quran [al-Ahzaab, 33:41-42] "Therefore, remember Me, and, I will remember you, be grateful to Me and never deny Me." Al- Quran [al-Baqarah, 2:152] "He who turns away from the remembrance of Rahman (Allah, the Compassionate) , We assign a Satan (Shaytan) for him, who becomes his intimate companion - and turns such people away from the Right Path, while they think that they are guided aright." [az-Zukhruf - 43:36-37] "O believers! Let neither your riches nor your children divert you from the remembrance of Allah. Those who will do so, it is they who shall be the real losers." [al-Munafiqoon - 63:9] "Woe to those whose hearts have hardened against the Remembrance of Allah! Those are in clear error". Quran (Surah 39: Verse 22) "Satan has mastered them and caused them to forget the Remembrance of Allah. Those are satan's party; and satan's party shall assuredly be the losers" Quran (Surah 58: Verse 19) "They are the most wise who remember Allah, standing sitting and lying down" Quran (Surah 4: Verse 190) "The remembrance of Allah (swt) is the greatest (deed)" Quran (Surah 29: Verse 45) What is the right definition of Remembrance of Allah? Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (as) said: "One of the most difficult things that Allah (SWT) has made incumbent upon his creation is the frequent remembrance of Allah. By this, I do not mean saying "SubhanaAllah" and "Alhamdulillah" and " La Ilaha Illallah" and "Allahu Akbar", though this is also part of it; what I mean is to remember Allah when faced with that which He has permitted (halal) and that which He has prohibited (haram), such that if it is an act of obedience, he carries it out immediately, and if it is an act of disobedience, he abandons it immediately" al-Kafi, v. 2, p. 65, no 4 Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (as) narrated on the authority of his infallible forefather (as) that Prophet (saws) said: "One who obeys Allah has truly remembered Allah, even though his prayers, fasts and recitation of the Qur'an may be few in number. And he who disobeys Allah has forgotten Allah, thought his prayers, fasts and recitation of Qur'an may be abundant." Ma'ani al-Akhbar, p. 399, no 56. Whoever Says "La Ilaha Illallah" with sincerity enters the paradise, but what is the definition of sincerity? Actually it is part of the Remembrance of Allah (swt): Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (as) said: "Whoever says the phrase, "La Ilaha illallah" with sincerity will enter Paradise, and this sincerity of his should be such that "La Ilaha illallah" prevents him from all that Allah has prohibited" Ma'ani al-Akhbar, p. 370, no 1. al-Tawhid, p. 27, no. 26; Sifat al-Shi'ah, p. 5, no.6; Thawab al-A'mal, p. 19, no.1
  7. Bismillah. Salam. While surfing Isra Publications website I read and article and it is my favorite now. You can read it here: http://www.israpublications.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Dhikr_and_the_Wisdom_behind_it.pdf Thank you. ma salam.
  8. In the name of Allah. Salam. We are advised to say more tasbih and duas/supplications before the eid and there are specific supplications for the eve of Eid al-Fitr (Ramadhan Festival) and for the Eid prayers and for the whole Eid. You can see the a'mal for for the eve of eid and the eid here: http://www.duas.org/Ramadhan_mth_pdfs/zBidding%20Farewell%20to%20Ramadhan%20idd/Shawalfirst_Idd_day.pdf
  9. Dealing with Anxiety: Imam Jafar as Sadiq (a) has said in Lantern of the Path/Misbah ash Shariah "Affliction is an adornment for the believer and a mark of honour for the man of intellect, because facing it directly needs steadfastness and firm-footedness, both of which confirm belief. The Holy Prophet said, 'We, the company of the prophets, are the people who have the hardest trials, then after us come the believers, then the others like them.' Whoever tastes the food of affliction while under Allah's protection enjoys it more than he enjoys Allah's blessing. He yearns for it when it is not there, because the lights of blessing lie under the balance of affliction and trial, and the balance of affliction and trial lies under the lights of blessing. Many are delivered from affliction and then destroyed in blessing. Allah praised none of His bondsmen, from Adam up to Muhammad, until He had tested him and seen how he fulfilled the duty of worship while in affliction. Allah's marks of honour come, in fact, at the last stage, but the afflictions themselves come in the beginning." He (a) has also said: "Patience reveals whatever light and purity there is in the innermost being of Allah's servants, while anxiety shows up the darkness and bereftness inside them. Everyone claims to be patient, but only the humble are firm in it. Everyone denies his anxiety, although it is quite obvious in a hypocrite because the onset of trials and afflictions tells you who is truthful and who is a liar. Patience is a sensation that continuously prevails in one's consciousness, but what occurs upon a sudden upset cannot be called patience. Anxiety is what disturbs the heart and brings the person sorrow, changing his complexion and his state. Every event whose beginnings are without humility, repentance, and humble supplication to Allah comes from someone who is anxious, not someone who is patient. The beginning of patience is bitter, but its end is sweet for some people; but for others both its beginning and end are bitter. Whoever enters it at its end has entered it. Whoever enters it from its beginning has left it. A person who knows the value of patience cannot bear to be without it." and lastly: "Sorrow is one of the marks of the gnostics, through the magnitude of what comes to them of the Unseen when they are in seclusion, and the intensity of their glorification of Allah. The outer being of the sorrowful is contraction and his inner being is expansion." Here is a short dua from Imam Taqi Al Jawad (a) on Anxiety, from As-Saheefatul Jawaadiyyah: "aa man yakfee min kulli shay' Walaa yakfee munhu shay' Ikfinee maa ahammanee mimaa anaa feeh." O He who is sufficent from all things But nothing is sufficient from Him. Be sufficient for me in what worries me in the state I am. Related from Imam Jafar Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã, some short dua's from the Quran: ”Wa Ufawwizu Amree ilallaah inallaaha baseerun bil ibad” (40:44) So you shall remember what I say to you, and I entrust my affair to Allah, Surely Allah sees the servants. ”Mashaallahu laa Quwwata illa billah" (18:39) And wherefore did you not say when you entered your garden: It is as Allah has pleased, there is no power save in Allah? If you consider me to be inferior to you in wealth and children "La ila ha illa anta subhanaka inni kuntu minazzalimeen" (21;87) And Yunus, when he went away in wrath, so he thought that We would not straiten him, so he called out among afflictions: There is no god but Thou, glory be to Thee; surely I am of those who make themselves to suffer loss. "Hasbunallah wa ni'mal wakeel" (3:173) Those to whom the people said: Surely men have gathered against you, therefore fear them, but this increased their faith, and they said: Allah is sufficient for us and most excellent is the Protector. Also remember: "ala bithikriAllahi tatma-innu alquloob" (13:28) Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest "Allahu la ilaha illahuwa lahu al-asmao alhusna" (20:8) Allah! there is no god but He! To Him belong the most Beautiful Names. Names of Allah: Al-Waahid (The Unique) One who recites this name alone and in a quiet place will be free from fear and delusion. Al-Quddus (The Holy) One who recites 100 times every day will be free from anxiety. Al-Badi (The Incomparable) One who recites this name 70 times will be free from all troubles. Ar-Rasheed (The Guide to the Right Path) One who recites this name 1000 times between Maghrib and Isha Namaz will be safe from troubles. "Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs. So they returned with Grace and Bounty from Allah. No harm touched them; and they followed the good Pleasure of Allah. And Allah is the owner of Great Bounty." (Qur'an 3:173-174) "And put your trust in Allah if you are believers indeed..." (5:23) "O you who believe! Seek help in patience and the prayer..." (2:153) "Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs. So they returned with Grace and Bounty from Allah. No harm touched them; and they followed the good Pleasure of Allah. And Allah is the owner of Great Bounty." (3:173-174) "And put your trust in Allah if you are believers indeed..." (5:23) "O you who believe! Seek help in patience and the prayer..." (2:153) Imam Ali (a) said: Worthy men are reserved for times of adversity. Ghurar al hikam, p. 581 Also refer to these links http://www.al-islam.org/ethics/6.htm#n26 http://www.al-islam.org/ethics/15.htm#n15
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