The Prophet (ﷺ) said that on the Day of Judgement, the Qur’an will come forward and speak on behalf of the person who strove to maintain a relationship with it in this life. The Qur’an will say to Allah, “Oh Lord, adorn this person!”
This person will be made to wear a crown of nobility. Then the Qur’an will say: “Oh Lord, give this person more!” This person will then be made to wear a garment of nobility. Then the Qur’an will say: “Oh Lord, be pleased with this person!”
So Allah will be pleased with this person and He will say: “Recite and rise—on behalf of every ayah, you will be increased in status.” This beautiful narration is found in the collection of Imam al-Tirmidhi.
May Allah make us among those who are granted honor and nobility through our relationship with the Qur’an. #QalamPodcast Photo is of a Qur'an on a stand in a masjid.

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Alhamdulillah, we are in the blessed month of Muharram. The 10th of Muharram is a very special day known as the Day of Ashura. This year, the Day of Ashura will be on Saturday, August 29th inshaAllah.
The Prophet (ﷺ) taught us in an authentic narration found in Sahih Muslim, that the Day of Ashura is from among the days that are dedicated to Allah (SWT).
He told us that this was the day on which Allah (SWT) displayed His power, protected, and rescued Prophet Musa (A) and his followers from the tyrant Firawn. (Sahih Bukhari).
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How long has it been since you've really asked your Lord for something? Not just the last perfunctory Salah you checked off the list—how long has it been since you’ve *really* talked to your Lord?
Since you’ve asked Him from the bottom of your heart for your health, wealth, happiness, for the safety and security of your family, and friends, and all those you’ve loved?
Since you’ve raised your hands to the heavens to ask for the success of your kids, and the health of your parents?
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After a decade of preaching in Makkah, the Prophet (ﷺ) realized that he would have to look outside of his home for support. He turned to the city of Ta’if which was the second largest city in Arabia, and home to the second most powerful tribe after Quraysh.
The Prophet (ﷺ) traveled to Ta’if with Zayd bin Harithah (R), but found no allies there. The leadership of Ta’if mocked and ridiculed him, and even gathered a crowd to physically attack the Prophet (ﷺ) as he left the city.
The people of Ta’if gathered at the outskirts of the city and lined up on both sides of the road leading to Makkah. They were told to throw rocks at the Prophet (ﷺ)—at his legs and feet specifically, to make his journey home excruciatingly painful.
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16 Aug 19
On that blessed day when the Prophet (ﷺ) received the First Divine Revelation, he immediately went home to his family.

As he related the experience to his wife Khadijah (may Allah be pleased with her), he told her that he was afraid for himself.
Her powerful reply has been preserved in the most authentic books of Hadith - Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim.

She told him that under no circumstances should he be afraid:

(مَا يُخْزِيكَ اللَّهُ أَبَدًا)

“Allah will never ever disgrace or humiliate you.”
(إِنَّكَ لَتَصِلُ الرَّحِمَ)

“You take care of your family relationships.”

(وَتَحْمِلُ الْكَلَّ)

“You look for people who are neglected by society, and you lift them back up.”
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23 May 19
Imam Ghazali shares some reflections about the idea of a “muhaymin.” First, he mentions that a muhaymin must have complete knowledge and insight, and must be aware of what is happening at all times. We wouldn’t trust someone as a guard if he wasn’t aware of our reality.
Second, he mentions that a muhaymin must have authority and power. If someone who is watching over us has complete awareness but no actual power, then why would we care for this individual to watch over us? We wouldn’t feel confident in this individual’s ability to guard us.
Lastly, Imam Ghazali mentions that a muhaymin must have sincere love and concern for the one he’s watching over. A guard could have complete knowledge and total power, but if he doesn’t pay attention or care about what is happening, then he’s not a true muhaymin.
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In Surah Hashr, where we see many of the Names of Allah (SWT) mentioned, Allah (SWT) also mentions His Name, “As Salaam” (السَلام).
This Name comes from the root of (س ل م) which fundamentally means, “peace.” Another meaning from this root is “safety.” The scholars mention that this root also refers to not being weighed down, or burdened by anything.
The reference in Surah Hashr (59:23) is the only mention of this Name in the Qur’an, but the word “salaam” (سَلام) appears many times.
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