Making Forevers. . . . 

Making Forevers. . . . .
Forever. . . . .

How is it measured?

In the smile of a child,

Or the laugh of a dear friend?

Is it the warmth of a loved ones arms

Holding us tight in the

Dark of the night, 

Or the tear

From a loving mothers sadness?

Forever. . . . .

When is “Forever” done?

Is it over when the child

No longer has a reason to smile?

Is it over when the dear friends

Laughs are no longer heard?

When the warmth of love is gone,

Is “Forever” done, 

Or is “Forever”

Done when the mothers sadness

No longer breaks her heart into?

Hearts Journey

To know I’ve helped you learn,

helping you make all the right turns.

What you decide will be right,

even if made in the deep of night.

Always trying to caring way to hear,

Will always save you from fear.

Never make yourself doubt,

Let your heart lead

You down the best route.

Even when you’re sad, too,

Know I’ve been there,

And I will always love

The both of you…….

Weeping Rainbow

Listening to the rain

Falling furiously from above,

He gives it eminent domain

To cleanse the earth.

Like weeping tears

From the eyes of angels

Washing away sorrows fears.

Raindrops, like crying

Washes souls for a time.

Only after the dying

Do we realize the angels

Tears where of joy.

Joy for the rainbow

Of life after the storms.

Mortal Angels 

Mortal AngelsThough my life this far hasn’t seen much grief,

 It has sorrow.

As I look at myself thru others eyes,

In the mirror I see the sighs.

Life wearing on my soul as much as on the fine lines of my face.

It’s been said we all have angels.

If ever a mortal heard an angels voice

It would be in a garden in the cool of sunset.

It’s presence is clear like the mirrors,

 Our lives have visions in them.

 Some have angels watching over their shoulders

While taking a glimpse into the glare.

While others are left to stand alone

Taking in the view. 

Swallowing down the deep sigh of life.

Letting it go as if they are mortal angels.

CHAPTER 4: 1ST PRINCIPLE – TYPES OF WORSHIP (AD’DUA)

Here the author, rahimahullaah,  begins to quote evidences for the types of worship which he mentioned in his saying: “And the types of worship which Allaah commanded, such as Islaam, eemaan  and ihsaan,  and from that is supplication (du’aa)…”  So he began by mentioning the evidences for supplication/invocation (du’aa),  and the proofs for Islaam, eemaan and ihsaan  in detail will […]

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As-salamo-alaikum (peace be on you)

As-salamo-alaikum (peace be on you) The angels from the heavens sing And the same as ordered by Allah His faithful creatures also ring Into the ears of their fellow kind. This peace to which all souls incline, This peace for which the cherubims pine, This peace to grant which the heavens decline To the world […]

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CHAPTER 4: 1ST PRINCIPLE – TYPES OF WORSHIP (Proofs)

Ibn Katheer, rahimahullaah, said: “The creator of these things is the One Who deserves to be worshipped.” All the types of worship which Allah commanded [66] – like Islaam (submission and obedience to Allah), eemaan (true Belief comprising belief of the heart, speech of the tongue and action of the limbs), and ihsaan (perfection of worship), and from that is […]

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CHAPTER 4: 1ST PRINCIPLE – TYPES OF WORSHIP

Having made clear that it is obligatory upon us to worship Allah, alone, giving no share of worship to anyone besides Allah, the author, rahimahullaah  goes on to explain some of the different types of worship. So he said: “And all the types of worship… like Islaam, eemaan  and ihsaan.” These three: Islaam, eemaan  and ihsaan  are the […]

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CHAPTER 4 – THREE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES

When the son of Adam dies and his soul departs and he is placed in his graver. The two angels who are charged with questioning come to him and ask him what he used to believe in in this world, who was his Lord, what was his religion and who was his Prophet.

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