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hadith Heaven and the Mothers' Feet
Muntazir e Mahdi posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionI hope the person reading this is well, Insha'Allah. After getting into bad company and facing subsequent losses, I thought about one thing. Many people often quote the Hadith where the Mercy for All Worlds (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) says that Heaven is at the feet of mothers. Surely, this also means that if person A harms person B, such that person B's mother is hurt, even so far that person B's mother cries, especially if Person B is a victim of your Zulm, then despite Person A being good with their mother, Person A has done Zulm on Person B's mother. Due to obvious motherly love, Person B's mother will complain to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) about Person A's actions. As such, is it logical to think that Person A is set for an appropriate retribution through the 'Adalat of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)? The Hadith seems to imply that treatment to one's mother is a big determinant towards one's position in the Hereafter, and judging by thge wording, I find that it not only talks about one's own mother, but other mothers as well. Surely, Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) delivers 'Adl for the Mazloom, so with this logic, is it justified to think that Person A's Hereafter is not a Heavenly one? I found this to be an interesting topic, but since I am so unlearned, I thought I would ask the much more learned people at ShiaChat. JazakAllah
When all is set and done and we make it to our final destination, will we remember anything from this life that we had lived? The people in it, family, friends, spouses, children, the relations, the emotions, the pain, the pleasure, the negative, the positive. Or will Allah make us forget everything? Will Allah let us keep the memories? Will we forget the people we couldn't have in this world due to the circumstances and sacrifices we made? Can we have all types of Non-Shia people in our lives that were here over up there, be it friends, a person we loved and wished to marry but couldn't?
What can you do in Heaven? (Jannah/Paradise)
Guest posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionAsalam Alaykum everyone, It may be a childish question but please answer I'm very curious. In heaven, what do you do exactly? I know there is gardens and beautiful luxurious houses etc., but can you do things like fly, teleport, super speed, etc.? What age do you enter in? I heard we all enter in as adults, so babies like Imam Hussain's (a) son will enter heaven as an adult, and so will Mohsen ibn Ali (a) I heard we will all enter in the form of Nabi Adam (a), and the females in the form of Hawaa (eve). Is this true? If so how will we recognize prophet from prophet or imam from imam, or loved one from loved one? Also, when you go to heaven; do you still have relations with your family members? (mom,dad, children, etc.) And when you are in heaven, I know there are 7 levels/stages of heaven, does this mean if you are in any level other than 7, you cannot meet or see a prophet or imam, or holy personality? I hope this isn't the case, I really hope it isn't. That would be so terrible for me. Can you meet or request to see someone on a higher or lower level than you? SubhanAllah...
AhmedAbdallah posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionAl Salamu Alakum Can someone please enlighten me as to which "jannah" Adam (AS) was in? Please provide proof and scholarly opinions. Thank you
Habib Rangzeb posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionSalam alaikum, could you please explain how jannah will be like for people that will go jannat and how will jahanam be for people that will go jahanam.... with quranic references or hadiths. Jazakallah
How come houris get free Paradise?
Three-One-Three posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionHow come the hoor al ayn, or houris, get to be born and live in eternal pleasure in Paradise? How come we have to go through life and all, and then we finally get Paradise as a reward for our actions, but the houris are all just sitting there from the beginning, waiting to have infinite sexual pleasure with their upcoming husbands? They literally feel no pain at all, ever, and if anything they only feel pleasure.
Women's Reward In Paradise?
~ThePond~ posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionSalaam Alaikum brothers and sisters. I had a quick question regarding women's reward in paradise. I have heard some hadiths relating to men; however, I was interested in the realm of women. I am familiar with a few hadiths, but I was just hoping you could provide me with some more insight. Thank you.
Where Is Paradise And Hell
anzurna posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionSalam fellows: As it is now known that paradise or hell is not above the sky, as previously believed. Please consider following points: 1) Paradise and Hell is created before the creation of this universe (as it was first residence of father Adam (sa) and mother Eve (sa)), so they exists right now. 2) People will be raised from their graves, graves are on this earth, and there would be a bridge, which each would have to cross, below that bridge there would be hell and on the other side of that bridge there would be Paradise, it seems that either earth would be connected to hell and paradise or vice versa. 3) If, hypothetically, a space explorer ship just go into space, and keep travel in single direction, it is not like that it will hit a wall, or it might find hell or paradise somewhere in this universe (filled with angles, living there), and they somehow conquer it and take control of the paradise. So, hell or paradise is not in this universe. Is there any Islamic reference, which would put some light in above points that where is the Paradise and Hell, and how would it all connect ?
Predestination Or Freewill?
Akim posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionASA everyone. Now, most muslims will generally say that humans have free will but that Allah(swt) knows what will happen before it will happen and that he can alter things as he so pleases. However, when reading the Quran it is not that simple. It seems to me that two points are made simultaneously, the first being that humans control whether or not they will accept faith and guidance and the other being that it is not up to an individual but all up to Allah(swt). If it is up to Allah(swt), then doesn't it seem unfair that he will misguide some people and guide others? This is really bothering me. Feedback and thoughts are appreciated. Verses: Decisions The Qur'an is a warning to all men: to those who have the will to walk straight or upright, yet no one can decide to do so except the ones who are given that ability by Allah (81:27-29, 76:29-30). The Test Man was created from a drop of semen for the purpose of being tested. He is given sight, hearing and instructions to see whether he will be grateful and go to paradise. In paradise there will be drinking of wine flowing from a constant fountain while in Hell there will be chains, harnesses and blazing fire (76:2-6). Guidance Allah guides whom he pleases to the straight way (10:25). Allah decides who will be left to stray and who will be guided (35:8). Allah opens or hardens hearts to Islam (39:18-22). He gives some little and others much (39:52). Faith No one can have faith unless Allah gives him permission. Allah will severely punish those who do not have the sense to believe (10:100). Ordained Misfortune Allah decrees ahead of time every bad thing that happens to the earth or individuals (57:22). Control over All Creatures There is not a living creature whose hair is not in the grasp of Allah (11:56). Created for Hell Whomever Allah guides follows the right way and whoever he causes to be led astray will be the losers. Many men and genies are already created for Hell (7:178,179). Allah Causes Error It is impossible for a person to correct those who Allah has caused to be in error (4:88). Personal Responsibility Those who reject Allah’s communications are deaf and dumb. They are in utter darkness. Allah misleads some and puts others on the right way (6:39). Apostles give good news and warnings to mankind. Those who believe and mend their ways will have nothing to fear and not regret. But those who deny Allah’s revelations will be punished for their sins (6:48,49). Evil Leaders Placed and Punished Allah has placed evil leaders in every town who plot evil. Soon they will be punished for their evil plans (6:123, 124). Fill Hell If Allah had willed he could have given everyone true guidance, but the word of Allah is that he will fill Hell with men and jinn (32:13, 11:119, 7:18). This is really bothering
Humanity Created For Paradise?
neotherios posted a topic in General Islamic Discussion(bismillah) (salam) -I recently viewed Hassanain Rajabali's lecture regarding the "Justice of Allah" 3 questions: -Is there any earlier discussion regarding this topic? -Are there any ahadith's supporting this perspective or is it solely grounded upon the Qur'an? -If we will all ultimately attain paradise, including unbelievers, why is hell considered as eternal after all? If so please also explain this verse; ÎóÇáöÏöíäó ÝöíåóÇ áóÇ íõÎóÝóøÝõ Úóäúåõãõ ÇáúÚóÐóÇÈõ æóáóÇ åõãú íõäÙóÑõæäó162-2 If the approach to Allah's mercy is as such, many paradoxical questions will be answer without great difficulty. For those of you who have not seen the lecture;
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