هُوَ اللَّهُ الَّذِي لَا إِلَٰهَ إِلَّا هُوَ الْمَلِكُ الْقُدُّوسُ السَّلَامُ الْمُؤْمِنُ الْمُهَيْمِنُ الْعَزِيزُ الْجَبَّارُ الْمُتَكَبِّرُ ۚ سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ عَمَّا يُشْرِكُونَ ♥ القرآن الكريم 59:23

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May Allah have mercy on him

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فاصبر لها..

A poet once said

وإذا اعترتك بلية فاصبر لها
صبر الكريم فإنه بك أعلم
وإذا شكوت إلى إبن آدم إنمة
نشكو الرحمن إلى الذي لا يرحم

And if you are stricken with calamity then remain patient upon it
patiently perservering for indeed Allaah knows best your situation
And if you complain to a child of Aadam then certainly
it is as if we are complaining about the Merciful to those who cannot show mercy

Madaarij as-Saalikeen

فكيف أجيب يا ويحي …

Be gentle..

“Be gentle; indeed there is nothing that has gentleness in it except that it beautifies it and it is not taken away from anything except that it defaces/disfigures it.”

[The Messenger of Allaah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Silsilah Ahadeeth As-Saheehah of Shaykh Al-Albaani, no. 524.]

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إن السفينة لا تجري على اليبس

ܤ ترجو النجاة و لم تسلك مسالكها*** إن السفينة لا تجري على اليبس ܤ

‘You hope for salvation, but do not tread its path; Indeed, the ship does not sail upon dry land.’

Related by Ibn Hibbân in Rawdatul-’Uqalâ (p. 284), from the poetry of Abûl-’Atiyyah

والله لو علموا قبيح سريرتي *** لأبى السلام علي من يلقاني

وزرعت لي بين القلوب مودة *** والعطف منك برحمة وحنان
ونشرت لي في العالمين محاسنا *** وسترت عن أبصارهم عصياني

And You have planted love for me between hearts,
And the inclination from You is by way of mercy and affection
And You have spread goodness out for me amongst the people
And You have hid my sin from their eyes

وجعلت ذكري في البرية شائعا *** حتى جعلت جميعهم إخواني
والله لو علموا قبيح سريرتي *** لأبى السلام علي من يلقاني

And You have made my reputation amongst the people widespread
Until You made them all my brothers
By Allaah, had they known the ugliness of my inner self,
Whoever met me would have refused to greet me

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You would think they were crazy..

Yahya ibn Mu’aadh would frequently seclude and isolate himself, when his brother censured him for this by saying
‘If you are a man amongst men, you need the company of men,’ he replied, ‘If you are a man amongst men, you are in need of Allaah.’
It was once asked of him, ‘You have migrated from people, with whom do you live?’ He replied, ‘With the One whose sake I migrated.’
Ghazwan was once censured for his seclusion to which he said, ‘I attain relief in my heart by sitting with the One who meets my needs’.

Because they are regarded to be strange, it is possible that some of them be accused of insanity just as Owais was accused.
Abu Muslim al-Khawlani would frequently perform dhikr, his tongue would always move in the remembrance of Allaah and
so a man asked one of his companions, ‘Is your friend mad?’ Abu Muslim replied, ‘My brother, no, rather this is the cure for madness!’
Al-Hasan said while describing them, ‘When the ignoramus looks at them, he thinks them ill, yet far are they from illness!
 He would say they have lost their minds, indeed they have lost their minds to a greater matter, far loftier than their accusations,
by Allaah they are busied with it from your worldly lot!’ It is in thid regard that the poet said,

 By love’s sanctity! I find none to replace you!,
O Master! I have no objective save you.
Talking about you makes them say, ‘He has a malady!’
I say, ‘May that malady never leave me!”

~Ibn Rajab, Kashf al-Kurbah