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This book contains verses of the Qur 'an. Azzawajall the Exalted. About this Book At a time in which the Muslims are beset with trials from every periphery and within.
It is full of practical advice on how to repel despair and replace it with a pragmatic and ultimately satisfying Islamic outlook on life. The process of sifting through those books and choosing the best ones is a responsibility that a publisher cannot take lightly.
Shaykh 'Aaidh alQarnee delves into problems that both Muslims and non-Muslims suffer from. There are a surfeit of self-help programs cope with problems or calamity and self-help or how to books that try to deal with how to overcome depression or even how to achieve happiness.
I am inundated with a spate of books that people think should be translated and published. Making a choice between those books is never easy. Publisher's Note All praise is for Allah. As a publisher of Islamic books. Choosing Don't be Sad. Those books and programs. The ideas found in this book proceed from the premise that faith in Allah is necessary to solving any problem. Don't be Sad is not a work that is limited to Muslims. May Allah's peace and blessings be on Muhammad.
Saudi Arabia. International Islamic Publishing House Riyadh. I sincerely hope that you. And may Allah's peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad. I advise you not to read this book in one sitting in an attempt to absorb everything in the span of a few hours. Some might say that relying on their sayings is by contrary to what an Islamic author should do. Shaykh 'Aaidh al-Qamee offers a practical the approach not only in dealing with.
Because Shaykh. In Don't be Sad. Aaidh writes from an Islamic perspective. Yet Shaykh 'Aaidh does something in this book that some Muslims might object to: Because change is a gradual and painstaking process. Shaykh 'Aaidh quotes non-Muslims rely on those only when what they say is relevant to the subject matter and is in agreement with the truth.
He manages to of the book. You should take it in doses. Wisdom is the goal of every believer.
This book provides the reader with the Islamic approach to dealing with the trials and tribulations of life.
I and some of them lose the many found in the precise wording of the original. But I. The author's style. I translated those verses of poetry that I clearly understood and that I felt would have a positive impact on the reader. Because this style is not as all for the sake of concision.
Those translated verses do not come close to their full meanings connotations nonetheless. I had to do some pruning. He wrote in a style that is both elegant and graceful in Arabic. At the present time.
Wherever I did this. I did not render author's purpose. Here I give you an outline of how I translated this work: I translated approximately poems found in the original version of the book. Because he mentions the quotes in Arabic. I feel that terms should be transliterated. I deemed it sufficient to translate the quotes back into English. May Allah. The author quotes many non-Arab writers.
I mentioned Verse numbers of the Qur ' anic text. I omitted some of the repetition. For the most part. Islamic terms: I loosely translated some Islamic terms that other translators Transliteration often transliterate words such as 'Eemaan'. If the book were on Islamic of terms are more so as to preserve however. Though the author did not do so.
May He guide us to the Straight Path. The book contains a great deal of repetition. Unlike the case for a scholarly essay that deals with a difficult subject. On some occasions. DOli 'f he Sad 23 3. I have filled the pages of this book with dosages taken from various sources. This book says the following: Rejoice and be happy.
Indeed it says this as well: Live life as it should be lived. Before reading it. It is my sincere hope that readers will benefit from this book. This book forbids you from persisting in ways that are in conflict with the realities of life and with what Allah.
For the cure. I wrote this book for anyone who is living through pain and grief or who has been afflicted with a hardship. It calls you not from without. This book diagnoses those mistakes we make that go against the intrinsic logic that we. So here I present to you a synopsis of this book. I did not add any footnotes to the book.
Imitating those before me i. I gleaned whatever I found to be pertinent to the topic of the book from these sources: Verses of the Qur'an. This book is no mere sermon. You will find sayings of Eastern and Western writers and philosophers. I do not think that I should be held blameworthy because of that. The source of a quote is mentioned within the text of the book. With its ideas and cures. While writing it. Sometimes I directly quoted a passage. I did not mention page or volume numbers of sources.
A reminder of Allah's mercy and forgiveness. Don't be Sad 25 good destination that a positive attitude leads to. There are some important issues regarding this book that I now want to clarify: I wrote it based on the true Religion whether we deviate from it or not that is intrinsic to us all. Islamic writers from centuries ago. This book is not only for Muslims. I took into consideration feelings and emotions that are common to everyone.
I do hope. These are ten po ints to keep in mind while you are reading this book. I either pointed that out or said nothing. I moved quickly from one topic to another. This I have done on purpose. I pointed that out. Whoever reflects on how recurring themes are found in the Quran should appreciate the benefits of following this methodology. I did not mention the numbers of verses. If a hadith is weak. If it is authentic or hasan. I varied the content. The reader will notice that some meanings and topics are repeated though in varying style throughout the book.
I did not organize this book according to chapters. All of this I have done for the purpose of concision. The tongue chants. Qur 'an When the earth. The heart finds peace. Subhaahnahu wa Ta 'alaa. Every day He has a matter to bring forth [such as giving honor to some.
Hands and eyes are extended to Him in times of hardship and misfortune. He is thought of when kindness. Contemplate and be thankful Remember the favors of Allah upon you and how they surround you from above and below indeed.
Give peaceful slumber to the restless and serenity to disturbed souls. We seek refuge in You from fearing anything except You. It is Allah this Day? He is thought of when absolute richness. Guide the confused ones to your light and those that are astray to your guidance.
Possessor of Majesty. You are the Supreme Patron and an excellent Protector. Remove evil whispers from our hearts and replace them with light. Soothe burning hearts with the coolness of faith. Remove from us misery. You possess all that life has to offer. Islamic Monotheism. Reflect on your powers of reasoning and remember those that suffer from mental ailments. Look at your healthy skin and be grateful that you have been saved from diseases that attack it.
You have been given abundant favors. Consider the faculties of hearing and seeing with which you have been endowed. Notwithstanding warm bread. You think about what you do not have and are ungrateful for what you have been given. Would you sell your ability to hear and see for the weight of Mount Uhud in gold. Should you take it lightly that you slumber soundly while misery hinders the sleep of many?
Should you forget that you fill yourself with both delicious dishes and cool water while the pleasure of good food and drink is impossible for some.
Contemplate and be thankful. You are troubled by a loss in wealth. When Allah mentioned the affairs of the previous nations. Save yourself from the ghostly apparition of the past. Do you think that you can return the sun to its place of rising. Episodes of the past are finished with. Those who have a film purpose have filed away and forgotten occurrences of the past. Do not live in the nightmares of former times or under the shade of what you have missed.
Reading too much into the past is a waste of the present. This is because the past is non-existent. By constantly dwelling on the past and its happenings.
Today is all that you have When you wake up in the morning. Live for today: During this day you should pray with a wakeful heart. If every man and every jinn were to try jointly to bring back the past. With this attitude. Of old. Seek forgiveness from your Lord. Organize the hours of this day. Yesterday has passed with its good and evil. Todav is all that. Be content with your sustenance.
Everything on earth marches forward. Your life's span is but one day. In this day you should be balanced in your affairs. Today is my last day to live. Today I shall organize my house and my office. I will pay respect to the scholar. When you achieve this attitude.
Today I will try to help others.
I will be meticulous in my neatness and balanced in my walk. I will stand side by side with the oppressed and the weak. I will not cry over you. Today is my only day. I will not be preoccupied about what is to. Today I will strive to be obedient to my Lord. If you have eaten warm. I will plant goodness into my heart and extract from it the roots of evil.
You will not see me remembering you. I shall not backbite. They will not be disorderly and chaotic. If you are truthful with yourself and have a firm.
Then you say to yourself: Today I shall be refined in my speech and will utter neither evil speech nor obscenity. Today I will be particular about my bodily cleanliness and appearance. Who knows. Qur 'an 2: For us to be engrossed in expectations about the future is looked down upon in our religion since it leads to our having a long-term attachment to this world.
Leave the [uture alone until it comes 33 come because tomorrow is nothing and has not yet been created. The important thing to know is that tomorrow is from the world of the unseen. Do you think it is wise to pick fruits before they become ripe? Tomorrow is non-existent.. Many people of this world are unduly fearful of future poverty. Why should you have apprehensions about future disasters? Why should you be engrossed by their thoughts.
Leave the future alone until it comes fiiThe Event [the Hour or the punishment will come to pass. Therefore their anger toward you can be attributed to you surpassing them in righteousness. Since you Ire absorbed in the toils of today. How to deal with bitter criticism Those who are ignorant have uttered curses at Allah.
You will always have to face criticism. In their eyes unless you are a transgressor whose wrongs cannot be atoned for so that you become stupid. As long as you shine. This result is exactly what they want for you. Beware of becoming unduly attached to future prospects in this world. For that reason. And here is something you should contemplate: Until you escape from people by finding a tunnel in the ground or a ladder leading to the sky.
Someone who has no clue as to when he wil. If you desire to be accepted by all and loved by all. If you are wounded by their words and let them have an influence over you.
Do not expect gratitude from anyone Allah. Do not expect gratitude from anyone 35 So remain firm and patient when facing their insults and criticism.
Their disapproval of you only increases you in worth and merit. Some people might even despise you and make you an enemy for no other reason than that you have shown them kindness. Tum away from them and do not feel distressed by their schemes. So do not be dismayed when you find that others forget your favors or disregard your kind acts. Qur 'an 9: And when the son became older and stronger. The ungrateful person cannot really harm you: Perform acts of charity seeking Allah's pleasure.
But when We have removed his harm from him. So be at peace if you are requited with ungratefulness for the good you have done. Rejoice in your knowledge that you will be rewarded from the One Who has unlimited treasures at His disposal.
We wish for no Qur 'an This is not to say that you should refrain from performing acts of kindness towards others: As I pointed out earlier. An act of charity is like perfume and the buyer. Give to the needy. If you suffer from depression. This is Rich. If you find yourself to be in difficulty or distress.
The Prophet bpuh informed us that the prostitute who once gave a handful of water to a dog was rewarded because the Giver of rewards is Forgiving. Help others in different ways for that deed with Paradise. Doing good to others gives comfort to the heart 37 Doing good to others gives comfort to the heart The first person who benefits from an act of charity is the benefactor himself. The Prophet Blessings and Peace be upon him said: Even when you smile upon meeting others.
I say this only because I sincerely wish for your betterment. During the period of waiting between drops. Being inactive means being negligent of one's duties. Idleness is an expert thief and your mind is its victim. And in doing so. Therefore get up now and say a prayer or read a book.
Idleness is like the slow torture that is inflicted upon prisoners in China: He surely will be pleased [when he enters Paradisej. You are unique none had been like you in the past and none shall be like you in the future. You are totally different from X or Y. Do nor be a mimicker 39 Destroy boredom by working. Cultivate your personality by following what is found in revelation.
Look at farmers. Many are those that feign to forget their own voices. Among the consequences of such behavior are artificiality. Go forth according to your own nature and disposition.
Do not be a mimicker Do not transform yourself into someone who you are not: When you apply this simple precept alone. Your beauty and value is in preserving your natural state. The Prophet bpuh said: Your tastes and preferences are specific to you and we want you to stay as you are. Allah has decreed these matters to occur and the decisions are His. Our varied colors. If this belief were to be firmly ingrained in your heart.
He inflicts him with hardship. When we truly have this faith. If you have done all that was in your power. Do not think that you could have prevented the fence from falling. He does. The lost will find their way. The pen has dried and with it has been written everything that will happen to you. All that has been preordained disbelieve. Therefore do not feel remorse over that which is not in your hands. You could not have prevented these things. Do not say. If you see that the desert extends for miles and miles.
The days and years rotate.
If you see the rope tighten and tighten. Give to the afflicted tidings of a sudden relief that will reach them with the speed of light or with the blinking of an eye.
Those that are slaves of the moment see only misery and wretchedness. This is because they look only at the wall and door of the room. He will guide me. With me is my Lord. Be you coolness and safety for Qur 'an Prophet Ibraheem Abraham may peace be upon him did not feel its heat because of the help he received from his Lord.
Tears are followed by a smile. And verily. When the fire was set for him. Therefore do not be in despair: You know it not. Imam Ibn al-Jawzi seven recitations of the Qur'an. The Prophet bpuh was compelled to leave Makkah. When Abi Dhu'aib al-Hadhali's children died before him. Convert a lemon into a sweet drink 43 Convert a lemon into a suieet drink An intelligent and skillful person transforms losses into profits. Imam Ibn Taymiyah was put into prison.
If someone were to hand you a glass full of squeezed lemons. Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal was severely tortured and flogged.. They both squeezed.. Imam As-Sarakhsi was held as a prisoner. And if someone gives you a snake as a gift. France imprisoned two brilliant poets: If you have found Him. By supplicating to Him you are performing one of Qur 'an The optimist then stared at the stars and laughed.
None has the right to be except Him. And if you lose your faith in Him. Is not He [better than your gods] Who responds to the distressed rjds not He [better than your gods] Who responds to the distressed one.
He saves the one who is drowning. I refer you to the books of the Sunnah.. He [better than. In them. Who He is Allah. Raise your hands in supplication. When you isolate yourself from things that divert you from Allah's obedience. J will respond to your [invocationjs Qur 'an He hears all and answers those who supplicate to Him.
Place your forehead on the ground and mention His praises. The results are increases in faith. Take flight from such gatherings. Enough for Y01l is your home 45 the highest forms of worship.
If you are persistent and sincere in your supplication. Enough for you is your home The words 'isolation' and 'seclusion' have a special meaning in our religion: All ropes are cut loose save His. When you seclude yourself from evil in this manner. He is near. When you seclude yourself from evil and idleness. Cling to His door. Minn Alia sebagai pembantu rumah, Syakirul pula tuan rumahnya. Pelbagai kejadian yang berlaku sehingga menimbulkan getaran tidak terduga di hati lelaki Syakirul Hafiz.
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