Ramadan Karim to Fellow Muslims


July 31, 2011

To Fellow Muslims in Malaysia and around the World,

RAMADAN KARIM

5 thoughts on “Ramadan Karim to Fellow Muslims

  1. Fajar ramadhan segera menghampiri dunia, se lembar sutra menghapus noda, sebening embun penyejuk kalbu, sucikan hati bersihkan jiwa di bulan yang suci. selamat menunaikan ibadah puasa tahun ini semoga amal kita diterima disisi Alllah SWT..Amiiin…

    Sumber: 62 UCAPAN RAMADHAN – Peluang Usaha

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  3. Ramadhan Karim to you, Dato’ and family!
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    didi, thanks. Dr Kamsiah and I too wish Ramadan Karim. Fast in the Name of Allah The Most Merciful and The Most Compassionate.–Din Merican

  4. The Bliss in True Fasting-Hadrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Al Jilani
    “The fasting prescribed by the religion is to abstain from eating and drinking and sexual intercourse from dawn to sunset while spiritual fasting is, in addition, to protect all the senses and thoughts from all that is unlawful. It is to abandon all that is disharmonious, inwardly as well as outwardly. The slightest breach of that intention breaks the fast. Religious fasting is limited by time, while spiritual fasting is forever and lasts throughout one’s temporal and eternal life. This is true fasting.

    Our Master the prophet says,” There are many of those who fast get get only hunger and thirst for their efforts and no other benefit”. There are also those who break their fast when they eat, and those whose fast continues even after they have eaten. These are the ones who keep their senses and their thoughts free of evil and hteir hands and their tongues from hurting others. It is for these that Allah Most High pro mises, ” Fasting is a deed done for My sake, and I am the one who give its reward.”

    About the two kinds of fasting our Master the Prophet says, ” The one who fast has two satisfactions. One is when he breaks his fast at the end of the day. The other is when he sees.”

    Those who know the outer form of the religion say that the first satisfaction of the one who fast is the pleasure of eating after a day of fasting, and the meaning of the satisfaction ‘when he sees’ is when someone who fasted the whole month of Ramadan sees the new moon marking the end of the fast and beginning of festivities of the holiday. The ones who know the inner meaning of fasting say that the joy of breaking the fast is the day when the believer will enter paradise and partake of the delights therein, and the meaning of the greater joy of seeing is when the faithful sees the truth of Allah with the secret eye of the heart.

    Worthier than these two kinds of fasting is the fast of truth, which is in preventing the heart from worshipping any other than the Essence of Allah. It is performed by rendering the eye of the heart blind to all that exist, even in the secret realms outside of this world, except the love of Allah. For even though Allah has created all and everything for man, He has created man only for Himself., and He says, ” Man is My secret and I am his secret”. That secret is a light from the divine light of Allah. It is the centre of the heart, made out of the finest of matter. It is the soul which know all the secret truths; it is the secret connection between the created one and his Creator. That secret does not love nor lean towards anything other than Allah.

    There is nothing worthy to wish for, there is no other goal, no other beloved in this world and in the hereafter, except Allah. If an atom of anything other than the love of Allah enters the heart, the fast of truth, the true fast, is broken. Then one has to make it up, revive that wish and intention, to return back to His love, here and in the hereafter. For Allah says: ” Fasting is only for Me, and only I give its reward”.”

    ……………….

    Huwallahualam!

    May your Ramadan and mine be a blessed

    Hadrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Al Jilani

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