Posts Tagged ‘good’

“What is Religion?”


I am just thinking a person on the correct deen (religion) with true faith will feel beautiful inside. Not just feelings of love but true beauty. His words will be eloquent, inspiring, beautiful, his conduct would be the same beautiful, his smile would be beautiful. people would  infact feel beautiful and inspired in his presence, which is probably why he saintly ones don’t rely so much  on their words but the beauty of faith  inside their hearts to take people towards goodness.  Anyways i just wanted topost the following but felt like saying somewords first.  BE Beuttiful!

Aman came to the Last Messenger and asked, “O messenger of Allah, what is religion?”

The holy one summed it up by replying: “Good Conduct.”
Then the man came to his front and asked: “O Messenger of Allah, what is religion?” He again replied: “Good Conduct.”
Then he came to his left side and asked: “what is religion?”Again reply was given: “Good Conduct.”
Then he came to his back side and asked the same question: “what is religion?” The Holy Prophet Muhammad replied once again with his sincere tongue: “Good Conduct.”
The Last Messenger, Muhammad Mustafa, for humanity is the example par excellence, specially when it comes to human character. Since very young age he was known as al-amin (faithful, sincere) to his town-folks, ages before he was mantled with the mantle of Prophethood. About whom God bear witness that, “And most certainly you (O Muhammad, my Messenger of Love, Beauty and Harmony) are on sublime morality (exalted standard of character).” (68:4)

“Forgive The One Who Oppresses You.”


if we and everyone  remembered these short advises the world and life we live in would be a better more peaceful place

It is related that the Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi wasalam said “Associate with one who shuns you. Forgive the one who oppresses you. Give to the person who gives you nothing. I was commanded  to invite people to the divine path by menus of wisdom, sound advice, talking, and listening, always urging them toward what was better… Anas Bin Malik used to relate: “I served the Prophet for ten years. In no work at all did he ever say, ‘You have done wrong” or, ‘Why did you do that?’ When I did something well, he used to bless me. Whenever I did something that displeased him, he would say; ‘The command of God is an absolute decree’ (33:35). He himself used to arrange the fodder of his own mount. He used to come home and light the lamp himself. When the strap of his sandels broke he himself replaced it. He used to mend his torn garments with his very own hands and he would help the servants in the house.”