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Don’t Be Sad – Introduction (Part 1)

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Rabbi Zidnee Ilman
“My Lord! Increase me in knowledge.”

Don’t be Sad Series – Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7|

One of the most toughest feelings to escape in the life of this world is sadness. We know nothing lasts forever here… and along with every happiness comes trials and tests of this life.
A memory from the past, a lost loved one, a broken relationship, a deteriorating health, life’s crossroads or just mere emptiness could fill the heart with sadness!
At such times how do we escape this feeling, how do we overcome it? How do we accept the qadr of Allah?

With that thought, I’ll be starting a series where I’ll be posting articles, videos, and tips that will help us in easing the pain and overcoming the sadness that’s filling us, inshaAllah!
Let’s start with taking advice from this hadith where our Prophet Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wa sallam) teaches us some words to be said at time of affliction:

Asmaa’ bint Omays, radi Allahu ‘anha, said: Allah’s Messenger, sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, told me, “Shall I not teach you words to say whenever you are afflicted with something? Say: ‘Allahu Rabbi (Allah is my Lord), Laa Shareeka lah (He has no partner).’”
[bu Dawood]

[Lessons from this hadith by Muhammad Alshareef] The entire universe is the creation of Allah. When you find yourself afflicted by something, follow this advice of what to say and notice what happens. Allahu rabbi, laa shareeka lah!
Until the next post, Smile and keep reminding yourself

“Don’t be sad…Allah is with us”
{Surah At – Tawbah 9:40} 

Authored by : Aasiya Maryam
Edited by : Shamsiya Noorul Quloob

Prophet Muhammad - "Convey (knowledge) from me even if it is just one ayah" [Bukhari 3461]

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