Socially shot out 😐 so I figured I'd take a shot at this sewing thing again... btw.. Good Evening my Instagram, FB & Twitter Fam 😩 😍
Ibn 'Abbâs رَّضِيَ اللَّهُ عَنْهُمْ relates: ____ "Indeed these five names of righteous men from the people of Nooh. When they died Shataan whispered to their people to make statues of them and to place these statues in their places of gathering as a reminder of them, so they did this.However, none from amongst them worshipped these statues, until when they died and the purpose of the statues was forgotten. Then (the next generation) began to worship them." ____ [Related by Al-Bukhaaree (11/418) and Muslim (18/52)] ____
Muhammad (saw) was the best to his wives and the Muslims are the best to their wives, in today's day and age it is the complete opposite.. bukhari sunnah wal ja'amat
'Everyone shall taste death. And only on the Day of Resurrection shall you be paid your wages in full. And whoever is removed away from the Fire and admitted to paradise, he indeed is successful. The life of this world is only the enjoyment of deception(a deceiving thing).' (S.3, v.185)
What does unity mean to me? I found myself pondering over this question a lot today. I get depressed whenever I come across the negativity we exhibit to one another on social media. The amount of slandering going on is preposterous and toxic. When a brother or sister errs, we make sure that we splatter it all across the net. We do not give one another the benefit of the doubt. We do not spare one another. We do not conceal one another’s flaws. It as if we are waiting for one another to err so that we can pounce on one another. Is this unity? We tend to focus a lot on the flaws of one another yet we are blind to the goodness in one another. We should be doing the opposite. We cry that we are divided yet we are the very ones causing these divisions. We need to begin by showing compassion to one another. We need to treat one another the way we would want to be treated. Unity is loving for our brothers and sisters what we love for ourselves. Unity is giving one another the benefit of the doubt. Unity is making a million excuses for our brothers and sisters. Unity is concealing their flaws from the public and correcting them privately. Unity is consoling one another with words of kindness, not bashing one another whenever opportunity presents itself. Unity is loving one another, recognizing that we are imperfect and working together as a large family. If we want unity, we have to work towards it and it has to begin with our personal relationships. We can do a lot better. May Allah rectify our condition and unite our hearts. Ameen.