Tuesday, October 19, 2010

~the solace~

Al- Insyirah (94:1-8) 

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. 

Have We not expanded for thee thy breast, 
And removed from thee thy burden,
Which weighed down thy back,
And exalted for thee thy mention?
Surely with difficulty is ease.
With difficulty is surely ease. 
So when thou art free (from anxiety), work hard,
 And make thy Lord thy exclusive object.

 The expression, 'Surely, there is ease after hardship,' has been repeated twice. This signifies that Islam will have to pass through very hard times, but on two occasions it will have to face a challenge to its very existence-first in the first few years of its life and then in the Latter Days-and on both these occasions it will emerge from the ordeal with renewed strength. These verses also indicate that the hardships with which the Holy Prophet and Muslims are faced are temporary, but their successes will be permanent and ever-expanding.

Ya Ayuhal nafsu Mutmainnah Irji'e Ila Rabbika Radhiyatun Mardhiyah
Fad khuli fi ibadi Fadkhuli Jannaati

Wahai jiwa yang tenang,
Kembalilah kepada Tuhanmu dengan rasa puas,
dengan segala nikmat yang diberikan, lagi diredhaiNya. 
Masuklah ke dalam jemaah hamba- hambaKu,
Masuklah ke dalam syurgaku.

All the verses in the Quran are like personal love letters from God to us. " If you want to find the solace and balm for the sore, the words will heal it straight away",, Sooth you anytime. Sweet!!

~~~Surely with difficulty is ease, with difficulty is surely ease~~~
~~~sesungguhnya di samping kesukaran datanglah ketenangan~~~


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