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Hollow Supplications Monday, October 22, 2012

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“It is incorrect to say that our du‘ā is not accepted. In reality we do not supplicate the way we are supposed to. We only think of du‘ā as a ritual that we need to carry out after our Ṣalāh. Du‘ā is the essence of ‘Ibādah (worship), so when we supplicate we should supplicate with total humbleness, full faith and firm conviction that Allāh ta’ala will most definitely accept our du‘ā.

When a problem arises which is beyond our capability, we seek help from someone else. If he is also unable to solve our problem, we refer to someone with more influence, experience and power.

We continue searching for someone to help us until we find a solution to our problem and when we cannot find someone who seems able to solve our problem we become despondent.

Yet we forget that we have a Rabb, who is Kind, Mighty and Powerful, able to solve all our problems. We need to learn to turn to Him in all our matters, no matter how insignificant they may seem, with this belief that it is only He who will help and solve this matter.”

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1. aslam mulla - Saturday, July 16, 2011

This is one type of worship/devotion which is not utilised the way it is supposed to be; Shaykh has imparted many advises regarding this, and this post is an extract from these precious advises, jazakallah


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