Showing posts with label Allah. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Allah. Show all posts

2016/09/03

Kabah on earth is directly linked to Kabah on Saturn



I have Always been fascinated by out of body experiences and would like to have one. To Dream is a sort of an out-of-body experience, but not exactly.

The prophet Muhammad, salla allaho aleihi wa salem, had an out-of-body experience. It is widely know as the Night travel, in which the five Daily prayers were established.

His wife saw that his body was still on the ground, but what the prophet told about his experiences is something only a person who has had one can understand.

In surat al-Isra' you can read about this out-of-body experience.

But this makes me wonder. Who is Allah? Is he the source to all Creation, which for me is "God" or is he a "God" that is a creature living on Saturn?

Let us learn more about Al bayt al-Ma'mur.

The North pole of Saturn has a cube/hexagon
that is directly linked to Kabah on Earth.


Al-bayt al-Ma'mur is the kabah of paradise.

When I link this information to other piece of information I have had from David Icke (Watch video here) in which he tells us about a cube found on Saturn I am confused. The cube is a transmettor. Please listen to David Icke's videos to know more about this.



I have also Heard that NASA has discovered that there is a beam of light emitting from kabah out in the Universe, straight ahead it. This corresponds with what DAvid Icke is informing us about. The energi, in the form of attention and prayer towards Mecka and Kabah is directly linked to kabah in paradise, i e Saturn.

If we read a hadith about this kabah in Jennah it tells us that 70 000 angels are visiting it every day, when leaving never to return again.

It also informs us that Al-Bayt al-Ma'mur is exactly placed above the holy Kabah in Mecka and is identical with that of the one in the seventh heaven.

We are performing tawaf on Earth and exactly above us the angels are doinf tawaf around kabah in the seventh heaven.

Just to inform you, a cube is a hexagon if it is turned in Another direction.

Here are some more Pictures:





So, what do you Think about this?

Please comment below.


2016/08/05

10 signs your heart is pure

10 signs your heart is pure
It is important to purify your heart. The heart is the key to Everything.

Everything is thoughtforms manifesting into reality - in this dimension at least.

But how do you know that you have a good pure heart?

1. If somebody tells you about anything - you only react with love and curiosity, like a Child is curious. You don't judge anybody. If you are triggered somehow, you purify it by doing conscious work (Read article about Shadow work).

2. You never feel alone.  You enjoy being alone. Because you are never really alone. They don't mind being by themselves for five minutes. They love their own energy. They love being on the beach, in the sun, in nature, by themselves, in total Peace. They feel like they are surrounded by different species around them - spiders, animals and Everything else in Life.

3. You are interested in the occult/the hidden science. You want to know more about jinn, and mathematics. You know that what you are Learning in school isn't the truth, or even part of the whole truth. You feel that you can't speak about anything. You want to talk about aliens, about the akashic records, sumerian texts, the pyramids in Egypt.

4. You eat high frequency food, which generate Health. Foods with Life enzymes. You Wake up eating fruits and berries, kale, spinach, herbs like dandelion. All of this increases the frequency of your body and if it does, so does your Health. Your Health is 62 MHz and above. If you are above 80 you are genius. If you are below 62 you're having disease. The more it drops, the sicker you get. So, you try to eat healthy all the time. If you know that this is the way of living, but you don't actually do it, it is Always because a part of your vibrations are negative.

5. You know that you are free. You also know that you live in a system that entraps you to do things you don't want to do. You need to read and learn all the time, and when you do this, you will start to feel that there is too much you don't know, so you stop Reading. You never can finish. You have started to read the book of Life instead, the book of Qur'an, the book of Kabbalah, the book of ancient history. You have ideas how to change the society. You know that knowledge is Power and wisdom is Everything.

6. You look younger than you are. You know that it is the emotions that ages you and that purifying the emotions make you younger. You don't belittle other for their age. If you are older you don't belittle younger. You listen to them and appreciate their thoughts.

7. You know that Life exists everywhere. Even in the tiniest area. Even chrystals are intelligent and conscious. You are open that mermaids possibly exists. You don't deny it, just because you have met one. You know that there are advanced civilisations. You know that there is so much more to know.

8. You know that you have unresolved issues. You are responsible and you take responsiblity for your actions. You are Always in the process of refining yourself. It could be relationshipwise or not being authentic all the time, fear you have.

9. You know that happiness is the key to more happiness. You follow your hearts desires. You are fulfilled because you follow your heart. You do what you like to do.

10. You know that the best feeling in Life is to be authentic. Authenticity is the key to Life happiness. You don't judge anyone, you only observe and Watch people.

If you would like to know more about how to purify your heart - read this article How to purify the heart by doing Shadow work.

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2016/06/18

The Angels are our servants - not the jinn (The Qur'an Al-Hidjr 15:26-40)

Angels aura
Servants of Allah

We humans are the servants of Allah. We submit to His will i.e. to his Universal laws and also volontarily to His free choice of will, where we can accept to be guided to bring forth higher Consciousness, thus closing up to Allah. This is where Qur'an steps in, guiding us towards Higher Consciousness, towards Allah.

Angels

We submit to Allah.
Similarly the angels are created. They all submit to the Universal laws of Allah that is within this reality. They have different perspective than us, and have a higher consciousness than us. Despite this they are later told by Allah, when the humans were created, to submit to us humans. Thus, the Angels are our servants.

The jinns

The jinns have free choice of will and are allowed to mischief. This is for the sake of the expansion of the Creation, and Allah knows better.

Allah and Conscioussness

We get to know Allah better when we know what we don't want in this life. The problem comes when you don't follow your inner guidance, i e your feelings and emotions. You always know that you are on the right track when you listen to yourself.

Children are pure in their hearts and follow their hearts and they know how to purify it easily. The problem comes when you don't let them follow their hearts.

People are only covering their hearts with black dots when they are experiencing trauma. And trauma is not only war and really bad stuff, but also if you as a child are to not to cry, when you want to cry, or if you poop your pants. The more trauma, the worse the heart.

If you don't take action - to purify it.

Purifying your heart is One way to know Allah better

You can purify the heart in many ways. One way is to follow islam and be as a soldier, without reflecting. One way is to become conscious - this is better for you. This is a must if you want to increase your Iman, your faith i e your consciousness.

To know more about the verses 15:26-40 please visit this website: IslamicStudies.info


2016/05/18

The Qur'an is a confirmation that the Secret is true and valid

The book "The Secret".
"All powers is from within and
therefore under our control."
Robert Collier 1885-1950
The Qur'an and The Secret

While dissecting the Qur'an and really reading the words in arabic, questioning the interpretation of the translator into English and Swedish (my mothertongue) and trying to find the real meaning behind the ayah, you'll notice after a while, comparing with the book the Secret, that Allah is what the Secret calls the universe or the Source, and that prayer is nothing without the intention behind it, and the focus you have, just like the Secret is contending.

There is nothing that belie the Secret, from the view of a Muslim. I have been reading the Secret and trying to dissect it meticulously, but the Qur'an actually confirm what the Secret has to say. Nothing it says goes against the Qur'an.

This might be surprising for a lot of people. Could there be more out in the world than the Qur'an, having the same truth?

Of course. The Qur'an is only a reminder of the truth that is out there, open for everybody to see.

The Qur'an is amazing. Having all the details we need. But life is more than the Qur'an, but the Qur'an is true. What it contains is all correct.

I love the Qur'an.

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2015/06/21

How to find your true desires and wants (in depth)



I read an article of Steve Pavlina, you can read about it here , and he gave me an insightful view of where I was standing, who I were and who I wanted to be.

I made three columns. One for values that I hate, but I strive for. One for things that I do, that is okay. One for values that I desire to integrate in myself.

This is what I came up with.

(Please read Steve Pavlinas blog before you continue to read)

WANTS AND DESIRES: THIS IS WHAT I REALLY TRULY DESIRE, BUT DON'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT RIGHT NOW.

I'm afraid of Thranscendance, but I am wanting it so badly. 

I want to be a reliable and a brilliant person who makes people feel relief. I want to be present and professional.

I desire warmheartedness and warmth. I want wit and grace.

My highest desires are to be acknowledged for something that is accessible with something that will make people feel relief. I want them to feel pleasure.

I need structure and support in my life. I love to have sophisitication and at the same time be both sound and to have useful people around med. I love variety and want to live with variety.

My basics need are organisation and rest. I want to feel ease and liberty. I need loyalty and mystery.

I want to be honored and feel honor for others.
I want to be graceful and elegant.
I want enthusistic people like me and I want to have credibility, which is a big desire. I want the freedom, to invent and to feel euphoria and I desire to be fearless.

THIS IS NOT ME, but I THINK THIS SHOULD BE ME:

I am instead trying hard to be something else, that I am actually hating.
I am trying to show courtesy, decisiveness and discipline, because this is what others want me to be. I try to be content and in control, which I am not. I am trying to dominate and be effective and be an expert, but I hate it, no one shows appreciation.
I am flexible and committed to my responsibilities, which I hate.

I try to be friendly and helpful, but I hate it. I try to humiliate myself and show hospitality which I hate. I hate that I have to find motivation everyday to do these things I hate. I try to obey, but hate it. I try to be a good partner, but hate it. I try to be patient and peaceful, but hate it.

I hate being famous and reputated. I hate pleasure and trying to belong. I hate to care and to be charmful. I hate to try to be cheerful and perfect. I hate Punctuality and richness. I hate being sensible and sexy. I hate simplicity and spontaneity. I hate stillness and strenght (stiff). I hate surprises and teaching people. I hate understanding people and wealth. I hate winning and victory. I hate tranquility.

THIS IS WHO I AM TODAY AND WHAT I STRIVE FOR EVERYDAY AS WELL:

Advancement, affluence, approvement, but they are leading nowhere. I try to be assertive and attractive and beauty. I am bold and certain and strive for challenge. I give charity and show chasisty. I am clean and clever. I feel comfort and tidiness. I strive for purify and realism and these things are normal and easy and quite boring for me.

I and thankful and show teamwork. I am sincere and spiritual. I relax and reflect. Which is quite uninteresting and boring - it is normal and boring.
I am compassionate and competent. I am concentrated and strive for consercation.
I am daring and dreaming. I give and grow. I am guided and show other guidance.
I strive for health and influency. I have it all.
I have marriage and family and responsibility.
I express myself and explore life.
I have faith and show fidelity.
I am focused and fun. I have ethics and encourage other people.
I have a good economy and dignity.

I show insightfulness and inspiration.
I show integrity and intellect.
I show intuition and justice.
I have knowledge and am always learning.
I am making a difference I believe.
I show leadership but don't want it when I don't have loyalty and love.
I am open-minded and perceptive. I am playful. I am instense (people hate it).
I show intimacy and introspection. I am alive and logic. I don't conform (which my husband hates).

So, this is me.

Please give me your advice, how to proceed...



2015/06/13

I demand being seen, heard, respected and ultimately understood and loved



For many years I have believed that if I just did what everybody else wanted me to do, I would be loved more. So I did.

I played the piano. So that my mum would love me.
I kept quiet som that my family wouldn't argue with me.
I worked so that the society would love me.
I accepted to shut my self up for many years, so that my husband would be calm.
I didn't respect my boundaries.

I didn't respect it.

I failed.

And I get down.
And then I got up.

I started to show who I was. How I thought. I started to gain knowledge, so that people would respect me. So that they would listen to me.

But people didn't change. They listened, but they didn't change.

But then, something happened.

I found the key to health. I found it. It was all there all the time.

I wrote about it.
I learned more.

And people started to see that my health improved. So they tried what I had tried, and succeeded.

And then I felt better and I knew I was on the right path.

If it was correct once, then perhaps I would be correct a second one.
So I started to build up som self-trust.

Which helped me to find ways to improve my mental and emotional health.

And then I finally found Teal Swan, who is the last one of many, many, many people and the end of a long-time research of 30 years, and she is now one of my favourite mentors in my life.

I now focus on self-love, self-respect, self-honor, self-soothing, relief,

And I am on the right path. inchallah.

Thir Ramadan will be the best ever, inchallah.

The future is bright. The hope and love is there. I was so afraid before. But I ain't no more.

Thank you Allah, Thank you Ahad, One, As-Samad, the Inseparable.

Alhamdolillah.

2015/03/20

Crying is good for your health and helps your mind to be clear and your heart to be pure


Crying (Thawbah) is good for your health and for purifying your body and mind (which will purify your belief i e the way you think, i.e your religion and thus the way you act)

In islam, we are crying a lot. Not only 7 times a year, as a German scientologist has told us (German Society of Ophthalmology) Men cry on average between 6-17 times per year while women cry between 30-64 times a year. In islam it is recommended to cry a lot, every night if possible while doing tawbah, repentance for the bad things you did and could remember and not remember.

Women tend to cry for about six minute and men for between two and four minutes, but this is not a reserach done of Muslim men of course. Until adolescence, no difference between the sexes was found.

Biological response

Crying studies in laboratories have shown several physical effects of crying, such as increased heart rate, sweating, and slowed breathing.

Increased heart rate is good, because it helps the body to flush the blood around and up to the head and brain, thus making us thinking more clearly.

Sweating and moving that lymph is a great purification reaction. Sweating is the main purification action to get rid of toxins and thus purifyting our bodies, which islam recommed us to do. Crying is good.

Slowed breathing is great as it will decrease the stress, which is the main factor for health problems. Stress make your body alert and in a state of fight-and-flight-mood, so to slow down to breathing is essential for your health. It will help you if you have stomach issues like IBS, kidney problems etc. So if you cry a lot, it is good for you. Don't be afraid to go from happy, angry and stressed out to crying because it will help you feel happy again, inchallah.

Crying is helpful and beneficial.

Allah has however told us not to be sad, i.e. be in a state of sadness, without crying, so this is important to remembder. Sadness and depression is not of islam, but crying is.

Stress

When you think about all things you have to do, or implications that are going to happen, eventually, or perhaps not at all, your body will in both cases start to pump out adrenalin, as if it already is happening right now.

A response to stress is that the sympathetic nervous system triggers several processes to allow us to fight or flee. Even if we are sitting at a spa, thinking about all things you have to do later, you will be in a state of stress. This includes shutting down unnecessary body functions, such as digestion, and increasing blood flow and oxygen to necessary muscles.

Is this good?

When you feel a lump in the throat, known as a globus sensation, is because the body is experiencing two things at the same time. Is feels stress, but at the same time it also opening the throat in order to increase air flow. This is done by expanding the glottis, which allows more air to pass through.

As you are undergoing this sympathetic response, eventually the parasympathetic nervous systym attempts to undo the response by decreasing high stress activites and increasing recuperative processes, which includes running digestion.

This involves swallowing, a process which requires closing the fully expanded glottis to prevent food from entering the larynx. The glotting, however, attempts to remain open as you cries. This fight to close the glottis creates a sensation that feels like a lump in your throat.

Not eating is good, fasting is good

If you don't eat, and then you cry your body will increase your blood flow, which will have a great effect on your mind, muscles and body. It will move your lymph and get rid of the toxins in your body. It will increase your air flow and it will calm your whole body down, thus helping your stomach to degenerate.

Sunnah to be thin and sunnah to say as-salam aleikum,

It is sunnah to be thin. And when you think calm thoughts, your body will be calm. When you think that you are safe, your body will start to degenerate, and stress will go away and you start to restore everything you have damaged in your body.

I use to say As-salam (one of the names of Allah), while thinking that my cells are in this state. It calms me down. I sign that my body is calm is that I breath deeper. When I say As-salam aleikum, both you and me will be in a state of calm and this is good.

Your mind is so much important, much more than you think. And allah has told us exactly what you can do to be in the best of states.

Thawbah (repentance)

When you cry  of tawbah which is an outcome of the thoughts you have been thinking and thus the act that you have been made.

Our prophet, who said the truth to us and wanted us to experience the best way of living, cried due to the fondness and love for a deceased person, or for fear of, on behalf of the ummah, or because of the fear or longing for Allah Ta'aala. Only these types of crying are good, really good, they are even praiseworthy.

One type of crying is called a lie, i.e. the crying of a person that thinks in a certain way that is far away of the truth, and didn't understand that he is far away from the truth, so he keeps doing the same thing, believing and thinking that what he does is his right and it is good for him or for other people (which is also called hypocrisy).

David, the prophet David, over him peace, also cried. His cry was due to sorrow. Ibrahim, the prophet Ibrahim, who also told the truth, over him peace, was due to a desire, and the crying of Muhammad, the prophet Muhammad, the truth-teller, was because of love.

When he cried at night, it was due to love. Otherwise he cried due to different reasons as has been mentioned.

Read more about the hadiths where this has been mentioned, here.

(306) Hadith Number 2.

'Abdullah bin Mas'ud Radiyallahu 'Anhu says: ''Rasulullah Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wasallam once asked me to recite the Qur-aan to him. (The hearing of the recital of the Qur-aan is regarded as a sunnah, as a result of this deed of Sayyidina Rasulullah Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wasallam) 

I said: ''O Messenger of Allah, should I recite it to you when it has been revealed to you?' 

Rasulullah Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wasallam said: 'I love to hear it from another person'' 

Thereupon I began reciting Surah Nisaa. When I reached the aayah ''But how (will it be with them) when We bring of every people a witness, and We bring thee (O Muhammed) a witness against these?'' (Surah Nisaa,41) I saw tears flowing from both eyes of Rasulullah Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wasallam"

So, if something makes you cry, cry. If it is out of fear, cry, love, cry, thawbah, cry. This will help you purify yourself, and give you health, strength and a clear mind back. Inchallah. 

The Muslim Ummah needs to be purified, and war is one way. Don't be afraid of war. Don't be afraid of loss. We will all be lost to somebody and when it is going to happen, remember that Allah has made our graveyard a peace of rest for everyone that has cried a lot at night, while praying. So cry, cry, cry. The more you cry, the better. 


2013/04/25

A smile gave the same level of stimulation that 2000 bars of chocolate would...

Smile and be Encouraging



Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Make things easy! And do not make them complicated! Be cheerful! And do not be repulsive.” [Sahih Bukhari]

Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Teach and give good tidings! Make things easy, and do not make them hard!” [Ahmad ibn Hanbal]

These ahadith highlight the importance of being cheerful ourselves, encouraging others and making them optimistic. Imam Ibn al-Qayyim said that a believer should have two wings; one of fear and one of good hope in Allah. If a person were unrealistically optimistic, they would stop working to achieve their goals, thinking that things will come to them anyway. On the other hand, pessimism also prevents a person from acting, since they have no hope and see no good in doing anything. Therefore, as teachers we should encourage optimism at the same time that we discourage overconfidence.

The first hadith also points out that when a person is not cheerful, they do not possess the ability to draw other people to them, instead, they repel them. One of the ways to be cheerful is to smile. The Sahabah told us that nobody smiled more than the Prophet of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam). This is proof enough for us to smile.

Current research tells us that the physical act of smiling releases certain chemicals in our bodies that help us fight disease, produce happiness, and properly modulate sleep and appetite. In addition, when
the brain and heart activity of volunteers was measured, it was seen that a smile gave the same level
of stimulation that 2000 bars of chocolate would. Smiling encourages others to remember happy
events, feel optimistic and be motivated. So, smile to make others more receptive to your message.

Read more...


2013/04/18

You can interpret the Qur'ân in many ways

You can interpret the Qur'an in many ways.

Yes, you can. It is just exactly the same as reading a book. Some parts of it you will understand, other parts are more difficult. Everything you understand is based on your pre-understanding. The more knowledge you have about history, psychology, the brain, sense, languages (arabic and translation), kognitiv science etc, the better you will understand the book. 

However, it is not only intellect that will help you understand the Qur'an, but also your motivation, and if you want to understand more than one perspective, i.e. that of your own. 

Those who are not Muslims aren't because Allah haven't guided them. Why? Only God knows. But most of the time people reject Qur'an as the truth. They are not happy with the truth (and also confused about the message billions of people are spreading about Muslims and Islam all over the world, through un-islamic behavior and distorted information from Media). 

So the answer to the question hos do I interpret the Qur'an is that you shall never give up on it, even though you don't understand it right now, because with experience, new science and advanced studies, you will, inchallah come to clarify every thing that you doubt about in Qur'an. Just have patience and pray to Allah that he will give you light and guidance. He hears every prayer and responds to it, even though you don't feel it right away. 

For example if you ask Allah to have love, perhaps you will lose somebody so that you will know what IS love. Or if you want to understand something better, maybe he will give you an experience so that you will understand the thing your want deeply. 

Never give up on Allah, He is listening right now and he watches everything you do and He wants you to have light, but you have to pray to have light. At least reflect or meditate. Light will come when you reflect on the Creation, inchallah. 

Peace be with you! 
Salam aleikum

2013/04/17

What is islam, a Muslim and who is Allah?

Islam - Islam is derived from the Arabic root "Salema": peace, purity, submission and obedience. In the religious sense, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to His law. I.e. when you obey and start telling the truth to yourself you will gain inner peace.

Muslim - The words Islam and Muslim come from the same 3 letter root word (s,l and m) in arabic. Islam by definition means surrender and submission only to the one true creator. A muslim by definition means one who surrenders and submits to the laws of God.

Allah - "Allah" is the same word that Arabic-speaking Christians and Jews use for God. If you pick up an Arabic Bible, you will see the word "Allah" being used where "God" is used in English. This is because "Allah" is the only word in the Arabic language equivalent to the English word "God" with a capital "G". Additionally, the word "Allah" cannot be made plural or given gender (i.e. masculine or feminine), which goes hand-in-hand with the Islamic concept of God. Because of this, and also because the Qur'an, which is the holy scripture of Muslims, was revealed in the Arabic language, some Muslims use the word "Allah" for "God", even when they are speaking other languages.

Do you want the truth?

If you want Haqq, i.e. want allah, you need to practice Haqq. What is haqq? it is the truth.

Happy Muslim Mama: Moroccan Henna Party



Happy Muslim Mama: Moroccan Henna Party

Muslims are not rich, but when it comes to marriages, they spend quite a deal...They are treated like princes and princesses and they look like and treat the guests like princes and princesses too.

2012/11/08

Step 4 - The state of a mind, heart and soul that is close to al-Qoddos

Step 4 - To know the One who is pure from any imperfection and clear from children and adversaries, Al-Qoddos

In our time together today, we will explore the concept of pure consciousness, and get to know al-Qoddos, Allah. Pure consciousness, i.e. a state of a mind, heart and soul that is close to Allah, is that which reappears as we release the world of the physical, the world of thoughts, perceptions, beliefs, and feelings. We reach pure consciousness through the practice of meditation, dhikr and prayer.

Once in a while, out of the fog of thoughts, a clear patch will emerge. If we are quiet, still and invocing Allah, we can get gloser to The One who is pure from any imperfection and clear from children and adversaries we encounter moments of pure silence. Through these gaps of stillness, we can glimpse the deepest level of the soul. Each glimpse increases our understanding, and eventually our consciousness becomes expanded. In this way, we transcend the three-dimensional world so to speak and slip into pure consciousness, Allah willing.

The process of the purification of the soul should start with the purification of the body: It is essential to take shower, cleaning yourself with water before you enter the state of prayer. You must clean yourself with water also after relieving yourself, trimming your hair, brushing your teeth, cleaning your clothes, washing your face, hands and feet and so on.

There are several hadiths about the purification of the body. It is essential as it is half of the religion. There is a whole book of Purification (Kitab al-Tahara) about this. The book of Tahara also tells you when and how often you should purify your body and clothes.

It is also good to use some musk after taking a shower or washing your self, as the odour is essential for the well-being.

Then we should start praying.

According to the Sunnah, one should say, Allâhu Akbar" when commencing lifting from prostration and prolongs the same words till he has sat straight. One should say what the Prophet (PBUH) was reported to have said.

Abu Hudhaifa, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that when the Prophet (PBUH) performed late-night optional prayer he recited the chapters of Al-Baqarah, al-Imran and an-Nisaa' and he would say between the two prostrations, "rabby eghfir li rabby eghfir li" (O my Lord! Forgive me, O my Lord! Forgive me.) He sat for a while that equaled the duration of his prostration.

Our centering thought for today is:

"From this moment forward, I repent and I accept and invite al-Bâsit, al-Qoddos, Allah and His unlimited abundance into my life"

Today's invocation and its English essence are:

Allaho Akbar, Allaho al-Akbar and Rabby eghfir li, Rabby eghfir li

God is Greater or God is the Greatest O my Lord! Forgive me. O my Lord! Forgive me.

I look forward to our time in the stillness.

2012/08/04

Highly paid Project leader for a translation company OR Emigration for the sake of Allah?

It was really hard for me today to know that I have turned down a job as a projectleader for a translation company in Sweden. But the cause for doing that is that I have to go / emigrate to Tunisia with my children in Autumn and I can't do both. 


And the reason for feeling down is also that I am a Muslim and it is hard for Muslims to have a job, especially a job where you need higher qualifications. So I felt down. But then I remembered that Muslim women are not any women. They are diamonds, gold and queens. Would Queen Elizabeth of UK become a project leader? I don't think so. That is how we must think. Housewives, emigrated women and Muslims ARE Queens. THEY have the best and most important job. They are paid the most in the eyes of Allah. They are better than a project leader. 


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2012/08/02

It is good to emigrate for the sake of Allah


It is so good to emigrate for the sake of Allah. 

My son who is now eight has in just one year learnt eight surahs from the Qur'an. 


  1. Surat al-Fatiha
  2. Surath al-Ikhlas
  3. Surat an-Nas
  4. Surah al-Falaq
  5. Surah al-Quraysh
  6. Surah al-Kawthar
  7. Surat al-Maoun
  8. Surat al-Masad
  9. Surah an-Nasr

Before he emigrated he knew absolutely nothing and he was not interested in islam at all. But after the emigration, he has learnt sooo much about islam. My daughter is only five and she will be six in august. She only knows a little, but she will learn more inchallah, Allah willing. 

She knows these surahs: 


  1. Surat al-fatiha
  2. Surat al-Ikhlas

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2012/07/30

Do the souls of the dead meet and exchange visits and confer?

The question about the souls has always interested me!

I want to know everything about the soul as the science haven't given so much of that subject to us yet. Most people believe that we have a soul. Christians and Jews too. But most of us don't know so much about the soul. We make up stories. 

That is why islam is so fascinating. It does not talk only about life, rules and heart. Islam talks about life after death, the soul, the Ressurection day, The Paradise. 

The souls cannot be ghosts

Ghosts are not souls that are dead. Ghosts or more precisely "djinn" and they are made of fire. We cannot see the djinn with our own eyes, but the donkeys can, as the rooster is able to see the angels. That is why everytime you hear a donkey do his noisy loud you can be sure he has seen a djinn and every time a rooster makes his sound, he has seen an angel coming or leaving. 

But for the souls, I will tell you the truth. 

1. There are two sort of souls

Its answer is that the souls are two parts: /Those who are /tortured souls and /those who are/ benefactor souls. The tortured is in occupation with what it is in, of the torture from the exchange of visits and the colliding. The benefactor souls, are those related, not imprisoned meeting, exchanging visits and confering what was of it in the world, and what is of the people of the world. 

2. The spirits meet at the death and talks to each other

"Saleh Al-Mari said: 'It reached me that the spirits meet at the death, and the souls of the dead say to the soul going out of earth: How was your dwelling, and in which of the two bodies were you? A Pleasant on or evil? Then he cried until the weeping had overcome him.'"

3. The people of the graves are waiting and asking about us

"The son of Abu ad-Dunia had mentioned from a hadith by Sufyan, from Amr ben Dinar, from Ubaida ben Umair. He said: 'The people of the graves are waiting and asking about the news. If the dead comes to them they would say: What did Such do? Thereupon he would say: He is righteous, what did Such do? He would say: He is righteous. What did Such do? Thereupon he would say: Did not he come to you? Did noo he come forward to you place? Thereupon they would say: We are to Allah, and we are to Him returning. He proceeded trough a way other than our way.'"

4. Not everybody meet each other

"Ubaid ben Umair said: 'If the dead dies the souls meet him asking him as the convoy ask what did Such do? If he says: He died, and they did not come to him, they would say: He went with it to Hell" (Fire). 

This means that if a person dies and he is righteous he will meet other righteous people. 

When the souls start to talk they ask each other about others they knew and what happened with them, and sometimes the answer is that the person they knew and had died never came to them at all. 

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2012/07/23

17 Tiny wisdoms

Tiny wisdoms

  1. THINK MORE, FEEL MORE
  2. REMEMBER THE GOOD THINGS AND THANK ALLAH FOR THOSE THINGS AND ALSO FOR EVERYTHING YOU CAN'T REMEMBER TOO
  3. CARE OF WHAT ALLAH THINKS OF YOU - AND ONLY ALLAH
  4. LOVE YOUR CREATOR, THE ONE WHO YOU WILL MEET AGAIN
  5. HELP PEOPLE HELP THEMSELVES
  6. KNOW THAT THE ONLY ONE WHO IS STRONG IS ALLAH, AND IT IS HE WHO CAN GIVE YOU STRENGTH
  7. START FIGHTING WITH YOUR OWN SELF AND CHARACTER AND LIVE LIFE AS SIMPLE AS YOU CAN
  8. YOUR INTENTION SPEAK LOUDER THAN YOUR ACTIONS AND WORDS
  9. TREAT THE PEOPLE HOW ALLAH WANTS YOU TO TREAT THEM AND HOW MUHAMMAD PEACE BE UPON HIM TREATED PEOPLE
  10. THE ONLY ONE YOU CAN TRUST IS ALLAH
  11. WHAT YOU PAY ATTENTION TO IS WHAT YOUR HEART IS FULL OF
  12. YOU ARE TRULY RICH WHEN YOU HAVE A GOOD RELATIONSHIP TO ALLAH
  13. TRUE AND GOOD RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FRIENDS AND FAMILY IS BASED ON THE TWO FRIENDS RELATIONSHIP TO ALLAH
  14. STOP TRYING TO CHANGE OTHERS, THEY WILL CHANGE WHEN YOU CHANGE WITHIN
  15. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? TOMORROW IF COULD BE TO LATE
  16. THE JOURNEY IS NOT THE REWARD. THE JOURNEY IS A TEST AND THEN YOU GET THE REWARD.
  17. WHATEVER YOU FIGHT FOR THE SAKE OF ALLAH YOU WILL CONQUER, AND WHATEVER YOU RESIST WILL GIVE YOU PATIENCE
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2012/07/21

Ramadan! Why do I fast? What is the purpose of it?

As-Siyam generally means "to abstain from something." For example, a verse in the Qur'an says: "I have vowed to the Merciful to abstain" - that is, from speaking. What is meant here is abstaining from food, drink, and sexual intercourse from dawn until sunset with the explicit intention of doing so (for the sake of Allah). 

The Virtues of Fasting: Abu Hurairah reported the Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, saying: "Allah said: 'Every action of the son of Adam is for him except fasting, for that is solely for Me. I give the reward for it.'

The fast is a shield. If one is fasting, he should not use foul language, raise his voice, or behave foolishly. If someone reviles him or fights with him he should say, 'I am fasting, ' twice. By the One in whose hand is the soul of Muhammad, the breath of the one who is fasting is better in the sight of Allah on the Day of Resurrection than the smell of musk. The one who is fasting is happy at two times: when he breaks his fast he is happy with it, and when he meets his Lord he will be happy that he has fasted." This is related by Ahmad, Muslim, and an-Nasa'i. A similar version was recorded by al-Bukhari and Abu Dawud, but with the following addition: "He leaves his food, drink, and desires for My sake. His fasting is for Me, ... I will give the reward for it, and for every good deed, he will receive ten similar to it."

'Abdullah ibn 'Amr reported that the Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, said: "The fast and the Qur'an are two intercessors for the servant of Allah on the Day of Resurrection. The fast will say: 'O Lord, I prevented him from his food and desires during the day. Let me intercede for him.' The Qur'an will say: 'I prevented him from sleeping at night. Let me intercede for him-' And their intercession will be accepted." Ahmad related this hadith with a sahih chain. 

Abu Umamah reported: "I came to the Messenger of Allah and said: 'Order med to do a deed that will allow me to enter Paradise.' He said: 'Stick to fasting, as there is no equivalent to it.' Then I came to him again and he said: 'Stick to fasting.'" This hadith is related by Ahmad, an-Nasa'i, and al-Hakim who classified it as sahih. 

Abu Sa'id al-Khudri reported that the Messenger of Allah said: "No servant fasts on a day in the parth of Allah except that Allah removes the hellfire seventy years further away from his face." This is related by "the group," except for Abu Dawud. 

Sahl ibn Sa'd reported that the Prophet said: "There is a gate to Paradise that is called ar-Rayyan. On the Day of Resurrection it will say: 'Where are those who fasted?' When the last has passed through the gate, it will be locked." This is related by al-Bukhari and Muslim. 


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2012/06/24

10 things that happens when you open al-Qur'an!

The Qur'an is not a book like anyone else. The Qur'an is not holy. Holy is a word that the Christians use about their book, the Bible. We say Qur'an al-nabil, the noble Qur'an. 

  1. Everyday muslims are talking about islam. Why?People convert to islam more and more. One reason to convert is that you have read al-Qur'an. Everyday I know boys like you that are converting, because of what is said in the noble book. Every day girls put on hidjab and make shahada, witness that there is no God but Allah, and that Muhammad is his messenger, salatu wa salem because of what is told in the noble Qur'an. You have read books before, but none will be as this book. This book makes people cry, laugh and repent. This book teaches old gentlemen how to live their last years in life. This book teaches young boys how to behave towards their parents. Are not you curious about reading it?
  2. You will protect yourself from harm. For example there is a verse, ayat al-kursi, that will protect you, Allah willing, from shaytan and djinn. 
  3. You will heal and cure yourself. 
  4. You will start remember. 
  5. You will know the purpose of life
  6. You will know what you were before you were born and what will happen after you die. 
  7. You will understand life, 
  8. You will know that there is invisible things in life that we should take into consideration while we live. 
  9. You will start change your routines in foods, drinks, clothes, habits, relations with friends, collegues, family and with yourself. 
  10. You will get to learn Allah, the One who has created you.  
I first read the Qur'an in french. It was a little red book with golden frames. I was very eager to know what it said about Jesus, Maria, Moses and also who God was. I did not want to know about women, but when I read I saw that women were greatly respected, more than I had ever imagined. So what are you fear of reading the Qur'an? That you will be brain-washed? Well, it is a fact. You WILL be brain-washed, but in a positive way. You will understand everything and how the puzzle's image looks like. You will understand life. Because Allah is the God of everybody on earth. He has sent prophets since Adam. If you do not believe in Adam? Then, look for all scientific verses in the Qur'an. Then you will understand, accept and believe that Adam was you ancestor. 

The Qur'an talks not only about the believers, but also about the none-believers and the ones who says they are believers but are not, the hypocrites. You can read more here

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2012/06/23

Advice about marriage and patience

Many people ask me for advice on how to do to find someone they can care about or the rest o their lives. They ask to gain some hope about finding love, their true love. This is an answer I gave one of my brothers.

"Salam Aleikum. I am glad that I could help you in some way and I hope that Allah will help you further. I will pray for you inchallah, but you have to be righteous before Allah can accept my prayer. Biidnillah. You will get married inchallah. Strive to purify yourself as much as you can and know that Allah loves those you are pure in soul, mind and heart. When your intentions are sincere, Allah will accept your prayer inchallah, but to have a sincere heart you have to purify it. You know how to purify yourself, but I really recommend you to stop watching and listening to any kind of inappropriate things, because the heart dies when doing this, and the heart is the key to Allah and to marriage and joy. Be patient, knowing that Allah will reward you (and most of the time it is the sins that makes us depressed, so stay away from sins) You know how to find more information I am sure so I leave you for now! And May Allah be with you and bless you."

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