An Amazing Reminder......

Some have the ability to wake up in the middle of the night for Tahajjud Salaat daily, but others can not wake up despite much effort.

However, they fast on Mondays and Thursdays throughout the year.

Others cannot do both of the above, but wherever they walk, they give generously to beggars.

Some don't have the strength to carry out extra ibaadah, but keep a clean heart and a smiling face towards people all the time.

Others do nothing but just make kids laugh whenever they meet them.

The point?

Don't ever think that those who don't do what you do are inferior in any way or have nothing to offer.

Never think that your acts of Ibaadah are better than others.

Never let your piety develop subtle pride in you.

Never let your piety isolate yourself from family and friends, never let it make you *above the law and "holier than thou. "

Your ancestry, wealth, scholarly abilities, colour of your skin, strength on the battlefield are *not criteria for your piety.*

*There are many in Africa, Europe, Asia, China and the rest of the world who might be closer to Allah than you due to the simple fact that they can bear hardship and overcome trials better than you*.

Your appearance and dressing is not a criteria for piety.

There are many in the world who are close to Allah despite them seeming ordinary.

Your affiliation to a Jamaat, any scholarly institute, should be a means of annihilating your ego and pride, not looking down on others.

There are many who's hearts are pure despite not being affiliated to any of the above.

*These are not automatic passports into Jannat.*

A person earned the favor of Jannah just by quenching the thirst of a dog, another earned it by just forgiving everyone daily before going to bed.

*They had nothing much to show, but what they did, mattered to Allah.*

Someone may walk through the gates of Jannah with very little, regardless of how unimportant people considered him to be on earth, while others with far greater deeds perish because of their arrogance and pride.

*Don't be surprised if that person leads you in walking through the gates of Jannat.*

ALWAYS LOOK AT THE GOOD IN OTHERS.Be Happy & Cheerful always.

*BE GOOD, THINK GOOD, & DO GOOD.*

(Author : Anonymous) .. 🍁

8 Comments

  1. Sesungguhnya perasaan riak dan ujub ni ialah petandan syirik2 kecil yang perlu kita jauhkan sbb boleh menghapuskan pahala amal ibadah kita.

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  2. Indeed do not feel superior than others.

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  3. beribadah semata kerana Allah

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  4. yes, just do good things although sometimes we get protest by people who always blame us when we do good things

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  5. Betul. Siapa kita nak menilai orang. Kita sendiri pun tak berapa betul.

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  6. salam hari jumaat cikgu .,.

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  7. Itulah kenapa saya tak suka kalo baca postingan2 yang seolah terlalu paham agama, dan suka menjudge orang lain. Malah pernah ada, mengaku ustad tapi dia malah mendoakan orang yang dia benci dengan kata2 buruk . Padahal ustad yg benar, tak mungkin seperti itu. Saya hindari untuk baca yang begitu. Biarlah ibadah kita, Allah saja yg menilai

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