Oh please do not distort that perfect Amama. you can put the letters in straight line at bottom like dhobi. I love dhobies. Although this time in Pakistan they charged a lot. But I am telling you, they have some khuloos. They make sure all the stains are out. and now under the new name of "dry cleaner" they even iron them. Btw, this time in pak I asked one dhobi, i mean dry cleaner to simply wash my jubba and iron it, and he gave me a price of Rs 500! Thats more than what the jubba costed!
Its written in a book "nifaq kya hai"
it must have been the 2nd one which was concerning hadhrat hanzala & hadhrat abu bakrNifaq is of 2 types
1. the famous nifaq i;e of the munafiqs of arabia. (islam in zahir ,kufr in heart )
2. the literal nifaq i;e hypocrisy ( being something & pretending something)
Now shall we call them "ungratefull to Allah", "losers", "crying babies", "buddha", "psycho" (nauzubillahi min zalik) for calling themselves munafiq??
like we called a poor person recently.
The Curtain of Sattari has been lifted up
^ That's inciting.
Brother Dhobi, if you like listening to audios, listen to this.
Lost in an ocean of doubt and confusion am I
Seeking Your burning beacon light~ Heart Song, Talib al Habib
Brother Dhobi may Allah Ta'ala grant you sakinah in your Dunya and Aakhirah. However, you must remember that Hadhrat Hanzalah and Hadhrat Abu Bakr did not let these thoughts affect their daily and spiritual life neither did they lose hope in the mercy of Allah. They took their innermost thoughts to Rasulullah who answered their query. They then continued with their life and did not let these thoughts distract their focus and attention.
I have been reading your posts for some time now and in my mind I feel that the most important thing for you to do is to immerse yourself in Deeni and wordly activities. Join a group of comitted brothers who remind you of the aakhirah and grow in your connection to Allah
Too much thinking can also be counter-productive and lead you to being despondent.
Please also remember me in your duas.
13:28 "Those who believe, and whose hearts find satisfaction in the remembrance of Allah. for without doubt in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find satisfaction.
2:214 Or do ye think that ye shall enter the Garden (of bliss) without such (trials) as came to those who passed away before you? they encountered suffering and adversity, and were so shaken in spirit that even the Messenger and those of faith who were with him cried: "When (will come) the help of Allah." Ah! Verily, the help of Allah is (always) near!
by all means, let us all look inwards and you would not find a single muslim on the forum! Everyone will proclaim they are munafiqs. You may attribute the 2nd one to yourself, I fear the 1st one for myself! Some forms of shirk and kufr are hidden. I ask Allah's refuge from them.
Can you find in the lives of Abu Bakr a single time, just a single time perhaps where he shows gratitude for the Iman Allah had bestowed him? If you can, then while you relive his agony of fear of Nifaq, also relive those moments of joy and gratitude over the Imaan. And please share those moments with us as well.
We cry a little, We whine a little
But with joy of imaan we smile a little
Had being an "emo" all along been a sunnah, then no one would have smiled. But our Rasulullah smiled at many occasions. Lets aliven all of Islam, not just the one part.