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Islam and the determination of life
Category: General

Individuals answer these inquiries in diverse ways. A few individuals trust the motivation behind life is getting rich. In any case, what will be the motivation behind their life in the wake of gathering a huge number of dollars? In the event that the motivation behind life is to wind up well off, there will be no reason in the wake of getting to be affluent.

Truth be told, here lies the issue of a few individuals in the last phases of their lives. After they have gathered the cash which they longed for, their life loses its motivation and they live in pressure, anxiety and experience the ill effects of the frenzy of nothingness.

Can achieving riches be a point?

We frequently know about well off individuals conferring suicide; now and then, it is not the richest individual himself, but rather individuals from his family – his wife or kids. The inquiry is: Can going for riches convey joy to the person? As a rule, the answer is 'No'. Is the reason for gathering riches a long-standing reason?

As we probably are aware, a five-year-old youngster does not search for riches: he lean towards a toy to a million dollars. A 18-year-old pre-adult does not long for riches in light of the fact that he is occupied with things that are more imperative. A 90-year-old does not like cash; he is more agonized over his well being. This demonstrates that riches can't be a long-standing reason in every one of the phases of a singular life.

Riches can do a little to convey satisfaction to a doubter, in light of the fact that he is not certain about his end or his destiny. A doubter does not know the reason forever, and in the event that he has a reason, this intention is bound to be interim or self-dangerous.

What is the utilization of riches to a doubter in the event that he feels terrified of the end and incredulous of everything? A skeptic may pick up a great deal of cash, yet most likely loses himself.

Adoring Allaah as a point:

Then again, fath in Allaah gives the devotee the motivation behind the life he needs. In Islam, the reason forever is to love Allaah. The expression "love" covers all demonstrations of dutifulness to Allaah. The Islamic motivation behind life can withstand the test of time. The genuine Muslim sticks to this reason through every one of the phases of his life, whether he is a kid, immature, grown-up or an old man. And always Make Dua to Allah for his forgiveness.

Venerating Allaah makes life intentional and important, particularly inside of the system of Islam. As per Islam, this common life is only a short phase of our lives. After this, there is the other life - the Hereafter. The position of the individual in the Hereafter relies on upon his deeds in this first life. Toward the end of the passage, stage comes the Day of Judgment. On this day, Allaah will compensate or rebuff individuals as indicated by their deeds.

The main life as an examination:

Subsequently, Islam takes a gander at the first life as an examination or a test of man. The Day of Judgment is like the day of declaring the aftereffects of the examinees. The second life (the Hereafter) is the time when every examinee appreciates or experiences the result of his conduct amid the test period.

In Islam, the line of life is clear, straightforward and legitimate: the first life, passing then the Day of Judgment, and after that the second life. With this reasonable line of life, a Muslim has an unmistakable reason in life.

A Muslim realizes that he has been made by Allaah. He additionally realizes that he is going to spend a few years in this first life, amid which he needs to obey Allaah, in light of the fact that Allaah will address him and consider him in charge of his open and private deeds, on the grounds that Allaah knows all deeds out of every other person on earth. A Muslim realizes that his deeds in this life will focus his second life. He realizes that his life is a short one - a hundred years, pretty much, while the second life is endless.

The unending length of time of the second life:

This idea of everlasting nature of the second life has a gigantic impact on the Muslim amid his first life, on the grounds that the Muslim trusts that his first life decides the state of his second life. Likewise, this will be chosen through the Judgment of Allaah, the Just and Almighty.

With this faith in the Hereafter and the Day of Judgment, a Muslim's life gets to be as deliberate and significant as could reasonably be expected. A Muslim's long-standing reason for pleasing, so as to exist is to go to Paradise his Creator.

At the end of the day, a Muslim's nonstop reason for existing is to obey Allaah, to submit to Him, to complete His requests, and to keep in consistent touch with Him through petition to God (five times each day), through fasting (one month a year), through philanthropy (either mandatory or intentional as frequently as could be allowed), and through journey (once in one's life in the event that he is capable

Quran Revelation and compilation
Category: General

The book of Allah, Furqan e Hameed is the divine revelation upon Muhammad (PBUH) in the month of Ramadan. This book is the ultimate source of supervision to distinguish between truth and falsehood to guide Muslims on the righteous path. This book of Allah holds commandments of Allah that invigorated the relation of a creator with His creation. It is a word of God, which contains a solution to all problems and is self-explanatory. About the divinity of this book Allah says

“Indeed, upon Us is its collection [in your heart] and [to make possible] its recitation.” [75:17]

The Quran was sent down in the blessed month of Ramadan and was compiled after the death of prophet Muhammad (PBUH) however, the revelation took place in the life span of Muhammad (PBUH).

Revelation of Quran

Allah revealed His Holy Scripture on Muhammad (PBUH) via different means, either in from of dreams, signs, angels or direct into the heart of His messenger.

  • In form of dreams

Prophet Muhammad would sometimes receive the revelation of Kalam e Ilahi in the form of dreams as narrated by Hazrat Aisha (RA) the context of which is

“Beginning of Wahi began in the form of true dreams. Whenever the Holy Prophet (saw) would see a dream its true meaning and significance it would become clear by the morning” [Bukhari]

  • Through Angel

Most of this book revelation took place through the angel Gabriel who brought Allah’s words for Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who later on used to memorize it.

“Whoever is an enemy to Gibraeel – for he brings down the (revelation)to thy heart by Allah’s will, a confirmation of what went before , and guidance and glad tidings for those who believe.” [2:97]

  • Directly From Allah

One means of revelation of Holy book from Allah Almighty was directly in the heart of His messenger. Allah has blessed some of His messengers with the glorious opportunity of direct communication that is why this book of Hikmat is termed as Kitab e Ilahi (book of God).

Quran Compilation

When Gabriel (AS) brought the verses for Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), he used to ask the highest caliber scribes to write it down on paper. Muhammad (PBUH) was unable to read and write hence, he had appointed intellectuals to write each verse that Angel Gabriel revealed upon him in order to preserve the sacred scripture. The people whom he appointed for the compilation of this book included first five caliphs and were chosen for their high faith and integrity.

The whole revelation process was completed in the life of Prophet but after his death, the compilation becomes apparent. Hazrat Umar (RA) made proposal to the first Caliph Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) to compile this book and for this task, the youngest person who had memorized Quran in time of Muhammad (PBUH) was assigned. Abu Bakar appointed Zaid Bin Thabit who later on was appointed by Hazrat Uthman (RA) as head in charge of a commission to write six copies of Furqan e Hameed.

The compilation of this book is as per best guidance to the humankind. The compilation of Surahs is not in chronological order but in the order in which the Muslims can understand it well. Gabriel (AS) had guided Prophet (PBUH) and told him which verse should come after which in order to avoid ambiguity.

This book of Hikmat is the ultimate Holy Scripture in which all Muslims find their solace. The responsibility of this book has taken by Allah Almighty himself to preserve it from all errors and corruption. Allah says in His book

“Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur'an and indeed, We will be its guardian.” [15:9]

 

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