Archive for March 2nd, 2011
RSVP: Online Event: Evening of Qur’an Celebration & Thankfulness
Posted by almuqarraboon in Qur'an on March 2, 2011
Post from UmmS. :
*Mesmerized*: Evening of Qur’an Celebration & Thankfulness
Posted in Scrutinizing Soliloquies with tags al maghrib institute, Liwaa’ Cup 2011 on March 2, 2011 by Umm Sulaym
Each year, we bring something new to the table for the benefit of the global community. From online Qur’an competitions to inspirational lectures addressing current events.
This year we’ve invited the ENTIRE AlMaghrib Institute Faculty to mesmerize us with an evening of Qur’an – they’ll each recite verses of their choice; then explain how they were specifically inspired by them.
That’s 17 recitations of the beautiful Qur’aan! [Sh. Muhammad al Shareef]
Where: Online! RSVP here. It’ll be something like a routine webinar.
When: Sunday-March 6 at:
1pm Los Angeles
2pm Mountain Standard Time (MST)
4pm New York City time (EST)
9pm London, UK time
I won’t be able to make it :( but I will inshaa’Allah be able to listen to it LIVE at university during lunch break alhamdolilah,alhamdolilah,alhamdolilah. I hope that you all benefit from it and enjoy the barakah of such an event inshaa’Allah. And if you want, share with me thru email and/or by commenting here how enjoyable it was for you. (Or maybe record it for me.) Usually recordings are available though but not sure they’d be this time. Anyway, inshaa’Allah khayr.
Don’t forget to RSVP for it and spread the word!
Stinginess of the soul
Posted by almuqarraboon in Heart and Soul, Self-Development on March 2, 2011
So fear Allāh as much as you are able and listen and obey and spend [in the way of Allāh]; it is better for your selves. And whoever is protected from the stinginess of his soul – it is those who will be the successful.
Righteous Examples for Muslim Women
Posted by almuqarraboon in Especially for the Sisters, Self-Development on March 2, 2011
Righteous Examples for Muslim Women – Part 2
‘Ajradah al-’Amiyah rahimahaAllah : Rajaa’ ibn Muslim said, “we used to be with ‘Ajradah in her house, and she would pray at night, sometimes from the beginning of the night until the time before sunrise. She would then say in a loud voice filled with sadness, “to You the worshippers have spent the darkness of the nights until the dusk, racing to Your Mercy and to the bounty of Your Forgiveness. Only You, my Lord – none other than You – I ask to make me in the first group of as-saabiqeen (the forerunners) to You, and that You raise me among the ranks of the Muqarrabeen (those who are close to Allah), and that You enter me with Your righteous slaves for You alone are the Most Generous of those who are generous, and Most Merciful of those who show mercy, and the Greatest of those who are great, Ya Kareem!” Then she would go into sajdah, and she would continue to cry and make duaa in her prostration until the sun rose. This was her habit for 30 years.”
When it was said to her, “did you sleep at all last night?” she would cry and respond, “The remembrance of death kept me from sleeping.”