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Let's start our Ramadhan Karim guilt free..!!!

Assalamualaiku..Ramadhan Karim..
Tengahari semalam ke Melaka hantar anakanda Mahfudzah balik UeTM kemudian terus ke KL hajat nak ambil Motor di Bangi untuk Mahfudzah guna, terus ke Batu Muda bersama Babah , Maya dan Mujahid..Babah pula di serang maigraine..Alhamdulillah Allah Atur yang terbaik..mcm2 planned yang terjadi berbuka di Greenwood bersama Musab dan Dayah..tersentuh dengan keletah Mujahid berbuka..almaklum masih berlatih puasa..
Selepas berbuka tumpang solat di rumah Lina..selepas tu terus ke Bangi hantar pesanan mak di rumah abang Mat..kemudian terus balik ke Muar tanpa Motor Mahfudzah sebab x larat..sampai Muar jam 12.30 malam..masing2 terus tido jam 3.30 baru bangun untuk Terawih dan tahajjud..Alhamdulillah..Sebelum tidur sempat gak masak nasi dan masak sardin lemak cili api...
Alhamdulillah sahur jam 5.15 pagi..tergelak masing2 tengok Mujahid yang begitu bersemangat bersahur..
Alhamdulillah syukur pagi ni dapat email yang sangat2 menarik untuk di kongsi bersama..
baru nak mula posting Muadz call beritahu dia accident  sebelum sahur pagi tadi..Alhamdulillah x de cedera cuma sakit2 tengkok..kawannya bersimen tangan..motor yang teruk..elak kereta langgar divider..pasti ada hikmah dan pengajaran besar disebalik kemalangan ini...Ya rabb kami terima semua ini dgn iklas dan pasrahkan ketentuan dan penyelesaiannya pada MU ....
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From: Mercy Mission World <>
Date: Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 1:24 AM
Subject: Start your Ramadan guilt free! [Message from Dr Tawfique Chowdhury]


As-salâmu 'alaikum wa rahmatullâhi wa barakâtuhu

My dear friends, students, patrons, supporters, brothers and sisters in

My deepest love and respects to you and your beloved ones on the advent of
Ramadan. Like the other 1.5 billion Muslims on this earth, I am sure we
cannot wait to start fasting daily and enjoying the blessings of prayer and
the Quran in this month. Many positive feelings overtake us this month:
excitement, happiness, anticipation of blessings and reward, joy upon
meeting family and friends regularly and the delight of amazing delicacies
on the iftar table!

However for many of us, it is the negative emotions that predominate at the
start of this month: fear of yet another unsuccessful Ramadan, apprehension
and guilt. We start this month of Ramadan feeling guilty for being away from
Allah for so long; for not having read the Quran this year until now; of not
having prayed any tahajjud prayer until now; of not having fasting
throughout the year - except for now. This guilty feeling leads to a lot of
negativity in our approach to this month and perhaps to the lack of optimism
in retrying those special attempts we had made before to read the whole
Quran or to pray taraweeh and tahajjud every night or some other good deed
in Ramadan. In fact for so many of us, guilt takes us away from Allah and
makes us feel inferior and sometimes cripples us to lesser levels of
aspiration and success. "What can this poor slave of Allah achieve anyway,
when he is so engrossed in sins having done so many evil deeds?" For many -
the thought of what we have done in the past - cripples us to what we can do
in the future.

However, I would like to ask you all to approach this Ramadan guilt free!
Free of guilt of the past. Why worry about something you can't change? It is
not the past that should worry us or bother us, rather what could happen in
the future. The past is the past - we can't change the sins we have done in
the past - so to constantly focus on that for the vast majority of us - is
far more crippling for the future than anything else. The prophetic guidance
is to regret the past sins and missed opportunities, whilst fearing the
future possible sins and being weary of missing future opportunities.

It is as Ibnul-Qayyium said in AnNooniyyah: "By Allah, I don't fear my past
sins, since I have sincerely repented to Allah and Allah loves to
forgive.However, what I truly fear is that in the future this heart of mine
will cease to rule by this Quran and this revelation."

Remember that Allah is AlWadud - the loving God - He is the one who loves
you more than your own parents! Have you not heard how Sufyan atThawri said:
"I would rather that Allah judges me on the Day of Judgement rather than my
own parents, for indeed I know that Allah loves me more than my own
parents!" [Reported in Hilyatul-Awliyaa] So overpowering is Allah's mercy
that it has transcended His anger. So wide is His Mercy that the Prophet
sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said: "If the disbeliever knew of the extent of
the Mercy of Allah, then none would have despaired of entering His
Paradise!" [Reported by Muslim] And plus, what past sins, when your sincere
repentance with Allah's Mercy would have wiped it away and replaced it with
equivalent good deeds: "Except those who repent, believe and do righteous
deeds - they are the ones who Allah will turn their bad deeds into good
deeds. And indeed Allah is most Forgiving most Merciful." [AlFurqan 25:70]

My friends, how do you dare to think that Allah does not love you when He
says so clearly in the Quran: "Allah has not forgotten you, nor does he hate
you!" [AdDuha 93:3] If He hated you, why did He keep you alive till another
Ramadan? If He hated you, why does he provide for you even when you disobey
Him? If He did not love you, why is He allowing you to taste the sweetness
of loving Him this month by fasting and praying? If He didn't love you, why
did He keep you upon Islam?

So come back to AlWadud - your loving Lord - the one who loves you more than
anything else. He is waiting for you and is more happy with you remembering
Him than you can imagine. If you come to Him today, He will rush to you. If
you remember Him, He will remember you. If you talk about Him, He will talk
about you to those with Him. If you say sorry O Allah, He will forgive you
and turn them into good.

So start your Ramadan guilt free and enjoy a month of renewed emaan and
focus on the good that you can do this month. Learn from the past, but focus
on the future! It is truly as the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said:
"Verily actions are judged by their endings."
With all my love and prayer for your success in this month

PS Please forward to your friends and family

Your brother,

*Dr. Tawfique Chowdhury
Director General
Mercy Mission World*<>

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