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SALAAH IS A GIFT
Why does Allah offer us this gift? What benefit does prayer confer on a Muslim? Why is it that when one becomes a Believer, prescribed prayer is something that is never intentionally missed?
We gain some insight by examining the situation that prevails in its absence. To pray means seeking an audience with The Almighty. As with all formal appearances, whether in a Court of Law, a Parliament, or before a King the person making the request must qualify to appear before the request is considered.
What level of purity, love and piety would we need to qualify for an appearance before The Almighty? Most of us will not be eligible even if we spent our entire lives preparing.
By granting this gift, or special invitation, the rules change. It is no longer we who are making the request, but Allah who is issuing the call. We are now His guests, and a host does not turn away anyone that is specifically invited.
We now find that despite us being in the worst possible state, either physically, emotionally or spiritually, an audience with The Almighty is not only possible, but virtually guaranteed. This gift is extended to everyone, with only one condition – that we worship Allah exclusively. The Almighty does not favour anyone. Those who meet the criterion qualify. The choice is ours.
~ Taken from the book 'Reflections of Prayer' ~
Visiting A Grave
Question: What is the Islamic status of visiting the graveyard?
Answer: It is Mustahab for men to visit graves/the grave yard. It is preferable to visit at least once a week. It is also preferable that this day be on a Friday. It is also permissible to undertake journeys to visit the graves of the pious. This is permissible as long as no belief or action contrary to the Shar’iah takes place. [Bahisti Zeenat Page 268]
ويكره عند القبر ما لم يعهد من السنة والمعهود منها ليس الا زيارته والدعاء عنده قاءما كذا فى البحر الراءق (الفتاوى الهندية ج١ص١٦٧)
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14 Gupta linked companies and individuals to have their assets frozen - Johannesburg - At least 14 people and entities linked to the alleged corruption by Gupta-linked company Trillian and international consultancy firm McKinsey have been identified in a preservation order obtained by the Asset Forfeiture Unit.
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SA Ready to fund free University Education - Gigaba told reporters at a televised briefing in Pretoria that costs estimates had been finalised and the plan would be implemented over eight years.
Palestinian leaders reconsider recognition of Israel - The Palestine Liberation Organisation's (PLO) Central Council, the second-highest Palestinian decision-making body, has recommended revoking recognition of Israel until the latter recognises the State of Palestine in its 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital.
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Butter Seekh Kebaabs
- ½ KG Mince - steak or mutton
- 1 tsps ginger galic
- 1 slice brown bread (grated)
- 1 tsp red chillies
- 1 tsp dhania
- 1 tsp jeeeroo
- 1 tblsp lemon juice
- ½ tsp tumeric powder
- 1 onion grated
- ½ tsp nutmeg
- salt to taste
- handful of Dhania
- handful of spring onions (optional)
- Mix all ingredients together.
- Make into balls.
- Pat each in palm.
- Add a blob of butter in the middle of the mince and then roll into a kebab.
- Place in oven tray.
- Drizzle 4 tblsps of ghee and 4 tblsps of lemon juice in tray.
- Bake in oven for 30 minutes or until cooked.
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When It Rains, It Pours
The unusually rainy winter we have had this year reminded me of a joke some of our
relatives related a few years ago. It seems a lady moved from Phoenix to Seattle and when she arrived it was raining.
While she moved in, it rained. The next day it rained... and
After several rainy days, while standing on her porch, she
noticed a young boy on the porch of her neighbor's house.
Trying not to sound too depressed, in a cheerful voice she
called over to the lad, "Hi son, I'm your new neighbour."
"Hi," the boy called back and waved.
"Say, son, does it ever stop raining here?" she asked.
With a look of consternation, the youngster replied, "Lady, how would I know? I'm only six years old!"
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