Life According To Islam

Life According To Islam

We all know that one day we all have to leave this world. In our daily routines we usually say that “I am busy”. our worldly routines have affected our lives so much that we have forgotten the real meanings.Ayat 1

We have mentioned some tips which can help in staying on the track without wasting time:

Bismillah:

A Muslim should start everything with Bismillah. This means that you remember Allah all the time in all your doings, no matter what you are doing like: if you are playing with your kids or if you are taking the garbage out or doing any other stuff, you should always start every thing with the name of Allah (SWT).Ayat 2

By remembering God before doing anything kind of makes that task a prayer. So when ever you feel like your task is not for the sake of God then there are two solution to this either adjust your intentions or drop the task.

Prayers:

Muslims pray five times a day and for each prayer there is a specific time so the day is the life of a Muslim starts with fajr , which gives a Muslim head start over others and getting out to the mosque five times a day kind of refreshes the mind and makes us more productive so by the time noon comes around a Muslim already has accomplished all of his tasks.Ayat 3

Sleep:

Sleep is really important it basically freshens our mind and body both. So a short nap between dhur and asr can freshen you, it is also called Qailulah. This little nap clears the stress and prepares the body for the remaining day.

Deleting Distractions:

 In our daily life routines we face a lot of distractions which push us away from our lives. So one should try his best to not only staying away from them but also focus on eliminating them entirely from their lives. Lets suppose you have a game on your phone and you play it a lot , an you also have a this thought in your mind this game is wasting to much of your time so how about completely eliminating it , by doing that you will get a lot of spare time to focus on what really is important.

 

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Ka’ba The sacred House of ALLAH

Holy Kaabah

The Ka’ba Holy place in the Grand Mosque of Mecca is, for Islam, the most mausoleum place on earth, and making the pilgrimage there at least once in one’s life is one of the main obligations of faithful Moslems. In the center of this city there is a small square building made of stones, about 60 feet long, 60 feet wide and 60 feet high. Since time age-old this town and this stone built house has been known to world travelers. This is Baitullah, the House of Allah. Its purity and relic is older than history itself.

The Kaaba that we see today is not exactly the same Kaaba that was designed and constructed by Prophets Ibrahim and Ismail From time to time; it has needed to build up after natural and man-made catastrophe. Qur’an brought this story into the full light of history. In Surah 3:90 Qur’an says

“Allah has spoken the Truth; therefore follow the creed of Ibrahim, a man of pure faith and no idolater”.

The first man was Muhammad, at that time known as al Amin (the trustworthy one).  He advised that they carry the black stone to its place in a mantle, each tribe holding an edge so that the cachet was distributed equally. When Muhammad received his epiphany from God, the Kaaba was under the control of one of the most important tribes of Mecca, the Quraysh.

The central event of the hajj is a visit to the Kaaba. Muslims walks counterclockwise around the Kaaba seven times (tawaf). This liturgy is supposed to represent the angels walking around the sovereignty of God and allows Muslims to symbolically enter the presence of God. For something so holy and model of Islam, the hajj is often blight by great suffering as large numbers of people are encroach under the feet of ardent congregation.

Over the traditions of Prophet Muhammad we learn that his beloved and admired wife AYESHA asked about the wall and the door. She says, “I asked the Messenger of God about the wall and whether it was part of the House [the Ka’ba]. He said, ‘Yes.’ I asked, ‘So why it is not integrated into the House?’ He said, ‘Your people ran out of money.’  I asked, ‘What about the door? Why is it high up?’ He said, ‘Your people did that so they could let in whomever they wanted and keep out whomever they wanted. If it were not for the fact that your people are still new [in Islam] and too close to their time of ignorance, I would incorporate the wall into the House and bring the door down to ground level.

The Kaaba is one of the most esteemed places for Muslims. That is why they always give it a special care especially as far as cleaning it. The Kaaba, covered in the best of silk apparel and embellished with a door of gold, is a piece of art.

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