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The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) used to remind his companions of the norms of Allah. As well he used to tell them about the major and minor signs of the last day, and warns them of the seditions: be them small and large, hidden or appearant. Accordingly they gathered a great deal of knowledge, they lived between fear and hope, so they won the benefits of the world and the Hereafter, because they learned how to fear Allah, and how to hope in his mercy.
The reverence is achieved through the perfect attention and vigilance, it decreases if the worshiper is distracted during performing the prayer or is preoccupied with any of the world's concerns or is sleepy for any reason. Then what should he do? Should he continue the prayer or that he should sleep and then return to the prayer afterwards.
This hadeeth is one of the origins of Islam. The jurists have extracted from it jurisprudential rules that collaborate with each other. The scholars said: The certainty is not waived by doubt. They said: The certainty is not waived except with certainty. And said: It is essential to keep the original ruling and to ignore the doubt. Another rule states: things are to remain on their original status unless there is a certain fact that changes the original status. Another rule rstates : Doubt does not count. All the wordings are close in meaning.
The migration for the sake of Allah is the focus of the Muslims and their ultimate aspiration in every time and place. They do not neglect it to collect the debris of this world and seeking it diligently, as done by many of those whose money and children make them forget about the remembrance of Allah. They continue to be immigrants in the way of Allah with their own money, with their souls and with their intentions.
This valuable commandment invites us to behave politely with Allah Almighty and with people.
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) used to desicpline them with the etiquette of the Holy Quran, such as to respects the Muslim brothers, to avoid the matters that he dislikes, or the words that he considers to be a sort of abuse, indifference or hurting his feelings.
Islam is the religion of love, brotherhood and cooperation on righteousness and piety. No one may be oppressed under the Islamic legislation. It is a religion which defends the human principles that call upon man to respect his fellow man and to appreciate his feelings, talents and abilities, and to take into consideration his general and special circumstances.
The meaning of this definition is that it is the will that distinguishes man from the animals. If one is robbed of will, he will turn to be a person with no identity. Then he moves as the animal moves, whereas he does not know what to do? Why did he do so? How did he do so?.
The ethics of the Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) were like an uninterrupted sequence that formed his personal genius. Every aspect of his character was a key to his personality; since all of them have reached the level of human perfection.
Allah permitted for his servants the lawful things, and prohibited them from consuming the unlawful things, and relieved them of their burden and the shackles which were upon them.
The companions of the Prophet (may Allah be pleased with them), were the most keen to attend the congregational prayer in the mosque and to perform it with reverence behind the Prophet, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him. Yet, if the Iqamah is pronounced some of them may hurry up to catch the congregational prayer. Therefore, the Prophet, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, forbade them from doing so because the prayer is based on the reverence. It requires prior preparation which is the state of tranquility in which the Muslim should be in all the acts of worship, especially the prayer.
Allah sent his Prophet Muhammad ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to teach people the fundamentals of religion, which he accepted for his slaves and made them naturally inclining to it, to complete the ethics, to purify the evil souls from whatever may disturb the faith and affects negatively the soundness of the hearts. So that people follow the path of Allah to whom belong whatever in the Heavens and the earth.
The vision that is from Allah the Almighty gives the glad tidings or warns or interprets obsecure things or guide to what shall be done or what shall be abandoned.
The Islamic legislation is an integrated approach to the virtuous life, it did not leave a small or large thing which people need but it included it in a manifest way.
Glorifying the mosques is a type of glorifying the rituals, which is a sign of piety, and a proof that the heart is free from what disturbs the faith and what contradicts the light of certainty.
The Messenger of Allah (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) likened the mosques and the gatherings of remembering Allah to the gardens of the Paradise because its joy is far better than any other bliss.
This Prophetic commandment indicates the obligation is contingent on the ability to do so, it addresses those are capable of preventing the oppression, the same applies for enjoining good and forbidding evil, it is an obligation for those who are able to do so with their hands or tongues, as we previously mentioned in one of the Prophetic commandments.
The Messenger of Allah (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to put the right man in the right place. Since, Abu Tharr, may Allah be pleased with him, has many concerns, and enough burdens. The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) saw that he will not be able to endure the hardship of the leadership or to be charged with the properties of the orphans.
Islam is the religion of brotherhood, love, cooperation on righteousness and piety, and devotion to Allah the Almighty.
If we know that the provisions is preordained, we will simply realize that what is meant by the expansion of the provision is to have your provisions blessed so that one tastes its sweetness, finds clearly its benefit, and is guided to thank Allah Almighty for that. Hence, he attains the expansion of the provision in this world and the good reward of the Hereafter.