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  1. Salam! how are you and where are you?? I miss you!

  2. Bismillah This man, who once roamed Arabian lands Who toiled through the harsh desert sands This man, who delivered the message of monothesim To a people who followed corrupt polythesim To worship only One Lord, with no partner and not any other To believe in the Day of Judgement and live in peace with one another To fear God and not create hatred with your sister or brother To love humanity and to revere your father and mother Some would listen and obey while others would desecrate This beautiful message sent from above Heaven's gate He suffered much and lost his beloved mother At the tender age of 6--and before birth, his father He had no siblings, for he was an only child Despite his hardships, he often sweetly smiled Orphaned at a young age, he adopted the world In return for his love, at him, hate was hurled He tended all creatures with love and care He treated all people kindly and fair He advised the ummah And taught it the sunnah Who is this man? This man I speak of Who else can be so full of such genorousity and love? Who was stoned and abused for us? Yet never uttered a word of fuss? It is none but the mercy sent to all of the worlds, Human and Jinn The one who lead us into the light and took us out of the darkness we were in Mohammed, the son of Abdellaah, the best of all creations The Trustworthy, the Truthful, the master of all nations Salla Allahu Alayhi wa Ala Aalehi Wa Sahbihi Wa Sallam
  3. A poet is an unhappy being whose heart is torn by secret sufferings, but whose lips are so strangely formed that when the sighs and the cries escape them, they sound like beautiful music... and then people crowd about the poet and say to him: "Sing for us soon again;" that is as much as to say, "May new sufferings torment your soul." ~Soren Kierkegaard
  4. Shes like a bird With broken wings Shes the scorpion That stings She cries the notes As she sings She took off the Green And Golden rings From her hand and into the river, Expecting better things
  5. ^Very interesting Youth is a department of insanity
  6. This is a bit old, but I found it in my folder and wished to share it. Its similar to whats going on today-hence the title I gave it. I was lamenting on the Poetry of Alfred Owen (a war poet from WWI).. Enjoy History's Repetition Wounded, bleeding Crying and pleading Woes of the battle pains Waiting for the peaceful rains To wash away the remnants of lost fights And clear up the miserable sites Stained by the blood of men, unknowing Of why this war was still ongoing No use would it bring And no anthem would they sing But the "Anthem for Doomed Youth" Written by Owen, the soldier poet who realised the truth
  7. Everything you said is JazakaAllahu khairan
  8. Eid Mubarak to you too Angel_17

  9. Eid Mubarak Kecharitomene :o

  10. May Allah rid you of your laziness, Ameen!

  11. lol well keep em commin..! what inspires you to write..?

  12. Hey JazakiAllah khair for your sweet comment on my thread.. But rather its me whos a fan, writing poems for you to enjoy ;)

  13. Einstein, If you truly believe that there is an Omnipotent being, you believe that he is capable of doing all things. Therefore, is he not capable of giving that human free will? Can he then hold them accountable for their actions based on the free-will he has given them? Absolutely. In regards to punishment and rewards, think about this example.. When a parent raises his child, he teaches that child how to behave correctly and what not to do. When the child misbehaves, out of his own disobedience (while the parent is not treating the child unjustly. and not just that, but providing everything that child needs and more) then the parent warns. After many warnings the child earns his punishment and if he did not get punishment then that would certainly be unfair and totally unjust. If the child is good and behaves well, the parent sees this and rewards the child with something he did not even imagine he would be awarded with and the parent will strive his hardest to please this child. This is merely an example for you to see the concept but God is far more merciful than any soft-hearted parent and does not deal with justice but something greater; he deals with mercy. However, it is not Merciful to let a person delve deeper into whats wrong and thus those who commit and injustice against themselves earn their punishment. Punishment is not contradictory to mercy--in fact, punishment could be mercy itself! And if there was no punishment, there really would be no mercy! Don't you know that there is must be a darkness for there to be light? Blindspot.. You forget to mention that there is a force of evil; Satan. Satan drives people to do wrong deeds and the soul is sometimes lured into accepting and doing this ill deed (which has been given free will. Now out of God's Mercy, people are then able to repent to Him, not just that, but they are promised that if they do seek His forgiveness then He replaces the bad deeds of the sinner with those that are good! In a nutshell, all good comes from God - all evil comes from Satan and the souls that have been given free-will...
  14. In the words of the Almighty I see grace, Love, hope, compassion, and mercy The thought of seeing His Majestic Face Makes the mind wonder as you read Ayatul Kursi..
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