Yearn to Meet Allah

Yearn to Meet Allah

        Yearn to Meet Allah. As moslem, we realize that our life is not as free as non-moslem do. We cannot do as freely as we want. There are rules of Allah that they should be done.

Our Prophet Muhammad (Shallallahu`alaihi Wa Sallam) said: “The world is a prison for a believer and Paradise for a non-believer.” [HR. Muslim]

        A believer is ever mindful of Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta’ala). Therefore, he/she is not free to do what they please. They cannot wait to get to Jannah where they will have no restrictions of any kind, no suffering, no sacrifice, and no separation from their loved ones. That is why this world feels like a prison to them. Those believers who are even more cognizant of Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) are in even more pain because of their separation from Him.

        A lover always yearns to join his Beloved (Subhanahu wa Ta’ala). This is the sole thought occupying his or her mind.

        Below is a poem of me as a lover of Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta’ala). read more

Poem about Paradise as the Best Place

Paradise as the Best Place

       Poem about Paradise as the Best Place. People will never be able to understand about the reality of Paradise until they actually enter it, but Allah has shown us glimpses of it in the Qur’an.  He has described it as a place essentially different to the life of this world, both in the very nature and purpose of life, as well as the types of delights which people will enjoy therein. 

       The Qur’an tells people about Paradise, which Allah offers to them, describes its great blessings, and proclaims its beauties to everyone.  It informs people that Paradise is one of two ways of life prepared for them in the afterworld, and that every good thing will be theirs in Paradise to a degree that surpasses our present ability to imagine.  It also shows that Paradise is a place where all blessings have been created perfectly and where people will be offered everything their souls and hearts will desire, and that people will be far removed from want and need, anxiety or sadness, sorrow and regret.  read more