Wednesday, October 28, 2009

A house full of Barakah,and Rizqi,



A house full of Barakah, Rizq, Angels has 3 simple food in its kitchen,does yours?

Does your house have the following foods?

Vinegar, Dates, Honey


Go and check your kitchen if you're at home.!

A house of Barakah has Vinegar,Dates, Honey, why?

"A household which has vinegar will never suffer from poverty"- hadith

"A house without dates has no food."-hadith

"For there is no house in which honey is kept for which the angels will not ask for mercy.."- hadith

Bismillah

An amazing hadith about Honey .!

"By Him in whose hand is my soul, eat honey. For there is no house in which honey is kept for which the angels will not ask for mercy.

If a person eats honey, a Thousand remedies enter his stomach and a Million diseases will come out. If a man dies and honey is found within him, fire will not touch his body [i.e., he will be immune from the burning of hell]." hadith

The Prophet (s.a.w.s.) himself used to drink a glass of honey and water each morning on an empty stomach.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Saying "Thank You."





From Abu Hurairah : Rasulullah saw said : "He who does not thank people, does not thank Allah". ( Ahmad Tirmidhi )
Saying thank you in other languages.
AFRIKAANSdankie, dahn-kee
ALBANIANfaleminderit
ALSATIANmerci
ARABICshukran, shoe-krahn
TUNISIAN ARABICBarak Allahu fiik
ARMENIANchnorakaloutioun
AUSTRALIAN ENGLISHta (informal)
AZERIçox sag olun / tesekkur edirem
BAMBARAa ni kié
BASQUEeskerrik asko (southern basque) / milesker (northern basque)
BELARUSIANДзякую (dziakuju)
BENGALIdhanyabaad
BOBOa ni kié
BOSNIANhvala
BRETONtrugéré / trugaré / trugarez
BULGARIANmerci / blagodaria
BURMESE(thint ko) kyay tzu tin pa te
CATALANgràcies
CEBUANOsalamat
CHINESE, Cantonese do jeh, daw-dyeh
CHINESE, Mandarin xiè xie, syeh-syeh
CORSICANgrazie
CROATIANhvala
CZECHděkuji, deh-ku-yih
DANISHtak, tahg
DUTCHdank u wel / dank je wel
ESPERANTOdankon
ESTONIANtänan / tänan väga (thank you very much)
EWÉakpé
FAROESEtakk fyri
FIDJIANvinaka
FINNISHkiitos, kee-toas
FRENCHmerci, mehr-see
FRISIANdankewol
FRIULANgracie
GALICIANgracias / graciñas
GERMANdanke, dahn-kah
GREEKευχαριστώ, ef-har-rih-stowe
GUARANÍaguyjé
GUJARATIaabhar
HAITIAN CREOLEmèsi
HAWAIIANmahalo
HEBREWtoda, toh-dah
HINDIdhanyavad OR sukria, shoo-kree-a
HUNGARIANköszönöm
ICELANDICtakk
INDONESIANterima kasih, t'ree-ma kas-seh
IRISH GAELICgo raibh maith agat
ITALIANgrazie, gra-see
JAPANESEarigatô, ahree-gah-tow
KABYLIANtanemirt
KANNADAdhanyavadagalu
KHMERakun
KIRUNDImurakoze
KOREANkamsah hamnida, kahm-sah ham-nee-da
KOTOKOLIsobodi
KRIOtenki
KURDISHspas
LAOkhob chai (deu)
LATINgratias ago (from 1 person)
gratias agimus (from more than 1 person)
LATVIANpaldies
LEBANESEchoukrane
LITHUANIANaciu
LOW SAXONbedankt / dank ju wel
LUXEMBOURGEOISmerci
MACEDONIANblagodaram
MALAGASYmisaotra
MALAYterima kasih
MALAYALAMnanni
MALTESEniżżik ħajr / grazzi / nirringrazzjak
MARATHIaabhari aahe / aabhar / dhanyavaad
MONGOLIAN(Баярлалаа), bayarlalaa
NORWEGIANtakk, tahk
OCCITANmercé / grandmercé
PAPIAMENTOdanki
PERSIANmotashakkeram, mamnun (formal) / mochchakkeram, mamnun, mersi (informal)
POLISHdziękuję, dsyen-koo-yeh
PORTUGUESEobrigado (male speaking) / obrigada (female speaking), oh-bree-gah-doh (or dah )
ROMANInajis tuke
ROMANIANmulţumesc
RUSSIANспасибо, spah-see-boh
SAMOANfaafetai lava
SARDINIANgratzias
SCOTTISH GAELICtapadh leat (singular, familiar)
tapadh leibh (plural, respectful)
SERBIANhvala
SHIMAOREmarahaba
SHONAwaita (plural: maita)
SINDHImeharbani
SINHALAstuutiyi
SLOVAKdakujem
SLOVENIANhvala
SOBOTAhvala
SPANISHgracias or muchas gracias, gra-see-us or moo-chas gra-see-us
SWAHILIasante, ah-sahn-teh
SWEDISHtack, tahkk
TAGALOGsalamat po, sah-lah-maht poh
TAHITIANmauruuru
TAMILnandri; none-dree
TATARrahmat
THAIkop khun kha - woman speaking; kop khun krahp - man speaking
TIGRINYAyekeniele
TURKISHtesekkur ederim, teh-sheh-kur eh-deh-rim
UDMURTtau
UKRAINIANdiakuiu
URDUshukriya
WALOON ("betchfessîs" spelling)gråces / merci
thank you very much : gråces (merci) traze côps, gråces (merci) beacôp
WELSHdiolch
WEST INDIAN CREOLEmèsi
WOLOFdjiere dieuf
XHOSAenkosi
YIDDISHa dank
YORUBAo sheun

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Pumpkin Pudding





"The Holy Prophet (saas), amongst all other foods, liked pumpkin."
So, Let's try this!
Pumpkin Pudding
(Makes six servings.)
4 eggs
1 one-pound can of pumpkin
1/2 cup light molasses
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1 cup milk
Break the eggs into a large bowl, and beat with a fork until light yellow.
Add the pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, molasses, and milk. Stir well.
Pour mixture into a greased casserole dish. Bake at 350º for 1 hour or until the pudding is firm in the middle.
Refrigerate any leftovers.
Have a nice day!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

True Story of a young girl reciting Ayatul-Qursi

The following is a true incident that happened.
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It was reported in a local paper in Rochdale (A town, northeast of Manchester), of a young woman who was raped in a small dark alley (a narrow passage between buildings) one evening.
On a separate evening around the same time, a young Muslim girl was walking home from college. Aware that it was getting dark fast, she wanted to get home as soon as possible, so her mother would not be worrying about her being outside alone at night.

The young Muslim girl faced a dilemma. To take the short-cut down the same alleyway to avoid getting home after dark, or to take the longer route and have her mother worrying herself sick about her daughters safety.

Conscious of the time, she takes the alleyway. While the girl is walking she sees a rather sinister and dark figure of a man walking towards her from the other end. As her pace quickens, she begins to read Ayat-ul-kursi for her safety.
The man, he makes eye contact but carries on walking.

When the young Muslim girl reaches home she tells her family about this sinister looking man, they advise her to contact the police, after having read the newspaper article some time before. When she contacts the police they ask her to give a physical description of the man. It matches the description the rape victim had given.

Some days later the young Muslim girl receives a phone call from the police, asking her if she would come down to the police station to identify the man in a line up. Both the rape victim and the Muslim girl pick out the same man.

The police are confused; they ask the rapist why he attacked one girl and not the other.
In reference to the Muslim girl, he replieswhy would I attack her? when she was walking with two huge men on either side of her?’

Alhamdulillahi Rabbil Aalameen.

Amazing, isn't it?

The Neglected Element of Taqwa in The “1,000 Dinars” Verse


Ayat1000Dinar

“… And for those who fear Allah (Taqwa or high God-consciousness), He [ever] prepares a way out. And He provides for him from [sources] he never could expect. And if anyone puts his trust in Allah, sufficient is [Allah] for him. For Allah will surely accomplish His purpose: Verily, for all things has Allah appointed a due proportion.” (Surah at-Talaq 65:2-3)

Historically, Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) never named the above passage from the Holy Qur’an the “1,000 Dinars” verse, but many unverified stories have appeared over the years including one version where Prophet Khidr (‘alaihissalam) was somehow responsible for helping some poor man out of debt by advising him to recite this verse daily. As a result, you can find the “1,000 Dinars” verse hung on the walls of many Muslim shops, offices and households all over the country today. The tenacity with which these business and home owners hold on to the faith that this verse will help bring opportunity and other forms of bounty from Allah Almighty is so great that it would be considered almost sacrilege not to believe in its miraculous power of attraction. However, when it comes to income-related aspirations, most Muslims will normally visualize it to be in the form of the local or the various international paper currencies in the market, and not the Shari’i gold dinar that the verse was aptly named after.

It would have been inconceivable 1,400 years ago to associate a verse from the Holy Qur’an with something so unholy as usury-based ‘fiat’ money, but that is the sad reality of life as most Muslims today do not remember the Shari’i gold dinar that was once the Sunnah currency of Islam during the era of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) and the Khulafa ar-Rashidin (radiyallahu ‘anhuma). The Holy Prophet (sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) reminded his Ummah to forsake Riba or usury in his Farewell Sermon on Mount Arafah on the 9th of Zulhijjah in the 10th year of Hijrah, but we have instead embraced and institutionalized the very thing that was strongly forbidden by Allah Almighty in His infinite Wisdom.

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