Sunday, October 30, 2011

Charge your batteries for these first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi t3ala wa barakatuhu,

Verily these 10 days are very blessed and full of virtues, so one should take the full advantage of these days and make them bloom with loads of ibaadat! Even if you are not doing hajj, do not waste this sacred time, and use it as a chance to reflect yourself, increase your iman, ask for forgiveness and build a strong relationship with ALLAH t3ala, and become very near to him. Here are some virtues: 

ALLAH subhanahu wa t3ala takes an oath by the nights of the first 10 days of Dhul Hajjah: 
(وَٱلۡفَجۡرِ (١) وَلَيَالٍ عَشۡرٍ۬ (٢
"By the dawn; by the ten nights" [al-Fajr 89:1-2]. 
Swearing an oath by something indicates its importance and sacredness.

‏حدثنا ‏ ‏هناد ‏ ‏حدثنا ‏ ‏أبو معاوية ‏ ‏عن ‏ ‏الأعمش ‏ ‏عن ‏ ‏مسلم هو البطين وهو ابن أبي عمران ‏ ‏عن ‏ ‏سعيد بن جبير ‏ ‏عن ‏ ‏ابن عباس ‏ ‏قال ‏ ‏قال رسول الله ‏ ‏صلى الله عليه وسلم ‏ ‏ما من أيام العمل الصالح فيهن أحب إلى الله من هذه الأيام العشر فقالوا يا رسول الله ولا الجهاد في سبيل الله فقال رسول الله ‏ ‏صلى الله عليه وسلم ‏ ‏ولا الجهاد في سبيل الله إلا رجل خرج بنفسه وماله فلم يرجع من ذلك بشيء ‏

‏وفي ‏ ‏الباب ‏ ‏عن ‏ ‏ابن عمر ‏ ‏وأبي هريرة ‏ ‏وعبد الله بن عمرو ‏ ‏وجابر ‏ ‏قال ‏ ‏أبو عيسى ‏ ‏حديث ‏ ‏ابن عباس ‏ ‏حديث حسن صحيح غريب

Narrated Ibn Abbas (RA): The Prophet said, "No good deeds done on other days are superior to those done on these (first ten days of Dhul Hijja)." Then some companions of the Prophet said, "Not even Jihad?" He replied, "Not even Jihad, except that of a man who does it by putting himself and his property in danger (for Allah's sake) and does not return with any of those things." (Reported by Tirmidhi)

Abu Hurayrah radiyallahu anhu related that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "On no days is the worship of Allah desired more than in the (first) ten days of Zul Hijjah. The fast of each of these days is equal to the fast of a whole year, and the worship of each of these nights is equal to the worship of Laylatul Qadr." (Tirmizi, Ibne Mãjah)

The mother of the believers, Hafsah radiyallahu anhaa reports that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam used to fast the (first) nine days of Zul Hijjah. (Nasã'ee, Ahmad, Aboo Dãwood) 

Abdullah Ibne 'Umar radiyallahu anhu related that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "No days are as weighty with Allah and so liked by Him for good deeds than the first ten days of Zul Hijjah. So on these days increasingly read Subhãnallah, Lã ilãha illallãh, Alhamdulillah and Allahu Akbar." (Musnad Ahmad)

Virtues of the Day of Arafah (9th Zul Hijjah)

1. 'Ã'ishah radiyallahu anhaa reports that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, " There is no day in which Allah sets free more souls from the fire of hell than on the day of Arafah. And on that day Allah draws near to the earth and by way of exhibiting His Pride remarks to the angels, 'What is the desire of these (servants of mine)?" (Muslim)

2. Talhah radiyallahu anhu reports that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "Apart from the day of the Battle of Badr there is no day on which the Shaytãn is seen to be more humiliated, more rejected, more depressed and more infuriated, than on the day of Arafah, and indeed all this is only because of beholding the abundance of descending mercy (on the day) and Allah's forgiveness of the great sins of the servants." (Mishkãt)

3. Aboo Qatãdah Al-Ansãri radiyallahu anhu narrated that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam was asked about the fast on the day of Arafah. He said, "It compensates for the (minor) sins of the past and the coming year." (Muslim, Tirmizi, Ibne Mãjah) 

Night of 'Eedul Adh'hã 

The nights of both 'Eed are described in the Hadeeth as amongst the great and sacred nights in the Muslim calendar. To remain awake on the nights of 'Eed and perform 'ibãdah is a source of great virtue and reward.

1. Aboo Umarah radiyallahu anhu related that 'Ã'ishah radiyallahu anhaa reports that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "Whosoever stays awake and performs 'ibãdah (worship) on the nights of the two 'Eed, with hope for abundant reward (from Allah), his heart will not die on the day (i.e. Qiyãmah) when all hearts will be dead." (Targheeb)

2. Mu'ãz Ibne Jabal radiyallahu anhu relates that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "Jannat is wãjib (incumbent) for those who stay awake with the intention of making 'ibãdah on the following nights: 8th, 9th and 10th of Zul Hijjah, the night of 'Eedul Fitr and the night of the 15th of Sha'bãn." (Targheeb)

Virtues of Qurbãni 

Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "There is nothing dearer to Allah during the days of Qurbãni than the sacrificing of animals. The sacrificed animal shall come on the Day of Judgement with its horns, hair, and hooves (to be weighed). The sacrifice is accepted by Allah before the blood reaches the ground. Therefore sacrifice with an open and happy heart." (Tirmizi, Ibne Mãjah) 
Takbirãt of Tashreeq

The Takbirãt of Tashreeq are:

Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar,

Lã ilãha illallãhu wallahu Akbar,

Allahu Akbar, Walil lahil hamd.

"Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest. There is no deity besides Allah and Allah is the Greatest. Allah is the Greatest and all praises are for Allah only."

It is wãjib for every adult Muslim to recite these Takbirãt of Tashreeq audibly once after every fardh salaah which is performed with jamã'at (congregation) from the Fajr of 9th Zul Hijjah to the 'Asr of 13th Zul Hijjah (i.e. total of 23 salãh).

Mas'alah: It is not wãjib for women and shar'ee travellers. But, if they are performing salãh behind an imãm upon whom it is wãjib, then it will become wãjib upon them too. However it is mustahab for them to recite in any case.

Mas'alah: Women should not say it loudly but softly.

Mas'alah: Takbeer should be recited immediately after concluding the fardh prayer.

As you can see these days are very special in Islam, and there are abundant blessings for any religious act and worship that is done in these days. 
Different types of worship that can be done: 
- Fasting these 10 days or as much as possible or atleast the day of arafah
- Verbal Zikr such as ALLAHU akbar, la ilaha illallah, 
- Recitation of The Quran Karim
- Nawafil salah
- Qadha of missed prayers
- Qayamul layl (praying in the night)
- Asking for forgiveness, making dua, asking for needs

Come on, charge your batteries, and liven these days and nights with loads of worship for the sake of ALLAH t3ala only!
and keep me in your prayers please!

(half written by myself and half from internet sources)

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Muslims only by name!

Asalamu Alaikum warahmatullahi t3ala wabarakatuhu,

 It really is sad but true, that we are muslims but only by name...Just a few days ago when I was travelling, There was this very old man we passed by who started laughing really hard once he saw us (as we cover and he knew we were muslims), and then said: "Now, THATS what i call dangerous!", It was just an everyday incident but It got me to think...that he would not have said that if we were true muslims, and acted upon ALLAH ta'alas teachings and the prophets PBUH teachings properly, These days you cant even tell the difference between a muslim, and a nonmuslim, People start of with the islamic greeting "Asalamu Alaikum", and then start arguing and fighting...HELLO! Werent you just sending peace upon your opponent, what happened now??? Its really sad, what has become of us today?

Islam itself means giving peace, safety, and a muslim is one who gives peace, and safety, as the prophet pbuh said (maa ma'3anaahu): a muslim is who people do not get offended/hurt from, may it be from his hands or mouth....Thats what a true muslim is, but today, we try our very best to make others sad, and to hurt them, bringing peace is out of question! All the things people say about muslims is our own fault, because we are the ones that set the wrong example. We were taught to treat others the best, and even animals, to care for them, and feed them, and not to hurt them, and every race, and religon with respect...but we have not implemented all these teachings, thats why we are facign this day! Its time we change ourselves and become true rolemodels, and show what a muslim actually is! May ALLAH ta'ala help us! ameen!

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Some forgotten sunnahs!

Assalamu Alaikum warahmatullahi t3ala wabarakatuhu,

This is a reminder of some sunnahs that have been forgotten today:

-  Tehband (Lungi) [for men ofcourse]
- Sunnats at the time of nikah:
distributing dates after nikah
sending the daughter to the husband's house without clamour or hue
The father going to their house (if living locally) and from a basin of water, sprinkling it on the bride and groom and making du'a for them.
Giving the daughter certain items which our beloved Prophet sallallaahu 'alayhi wasallam gave his daughter (a silver bracelet, one blanket, one pillow, two yemeni sheets ect)
- Reading "Azhakallahu Sinnak" whenever someone is laughs
- Reading "Auzhubillaahi Min sharri haazal ghaasiq"{whenever our sight falls on moon}
- Standing and kissing the daughter whenever she enters into our house
 - Eating little is becoming a forgotten sunnah.
“No human ever filled a vessel worse than the stomach. Sufficient for any son of Adam are some morsels to keep his back straight. But if it must be, then one third for his food, one third for his drink and one third for his breath.” (Ahmad, At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasaa’i).
- 'Husband helping his wife with the household tasks.
- 1. Performing wudhu with water from a pot or container.
2. To drink the remaining water of the pot after completing Wudhu.
3. Using water sparingly and not being wasteful. The Prophet used to make wudu with a mudd (of water) and make ghusl with a saa' or up to five mudds." [Muslim]
Note : 1 mudd = 750ml (roughly)
- 1)To give a suitable name to the child on the seventh day
2)Dry dates should be given to a pious person to chew and then it should be applied in the mouth of the baby, or the baby should be made to suck it. The pious person should also be requested to make dua.
3)The head of the baby should be shaved and silver equal to the weight of the hair should be given in charity.
- To never point out someone or something by using a finger
Huzoor Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam always used his whole hand.
-Sunnahs related to eating:
1. Spread out a cloth on the floor (to lay the food on).
2. If a morsel falls, pick it up, clean it and eat it.
3. Do not lean and eat
4. When eating, sit either with both knees raised and the posterior on the ground or by raising one knee and keeping the other on the ground. A third posture is to sit with both knees on the ground ( as in the position of Qa’dah) and lean forward to eat.
5. Clean the plate and other eating utensils thoroughly after eating. The utensils will then make dua for one’s forgiveness.
6. To lick the fingers after eating according to way of Sunnah.
7. First remove the cloth, then get up & recite the dua while picking up the cloth.
8. If a person uses only wheat (to make his bread), he should also add a little barley so as to get the Thawaab (reward) of acting on a Sunnat.
- Saying salaam to those who you know OR DONT KNOW both, and also smiling.
- At the time of facing difficulty, Making proper Wudu and praying two Rakats and making dua to Allah.
- Using a leather pillow filled with palm leaves.
- Using bedding made from leather and hide.
-  Running races with one's wife.
- Forgiving even if its not your fault.
- Make dua for those who hurt you.
- When the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), intended to recite the Qur’an or sleep, he would use a Miswak. He did the same when entering the house. ‘Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her) said that,
“The first thing that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) did on entering the house, was Miswak.”
- Sleeping right after Isha prayer.
- When wearing clothes,shoes etc, starting from the right side and removing it from the left first.
- Nawafil prayers such as Awwabin, Tahajjud, Tahiyyatul Masjid..
- Holding Mashwara
(To be continued InshaALLAH t3ala, bi tawfeeqillah t3ala)
May ALLAH t3ala give us the tawfeeq to act upon every single sunnah of the prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam, aameen thumma aameen!

Ponder in the creations of The Almighty ALLAH subhanahu wa t3ala!

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi t3ala Wabarakatuhu,

ALLAH subhanahu wa t3ala says: Verily! In the creation of the heavens and the earth, and in the alternation of night and day, and the ships which sail through the sea with that which is of use to mankind, and the water (rain) which Allâh sends down from the sky and makes the earth alive therewith after its death, and the moving (living) creatures of all kinds that He has scattered therein, and in the veering of winds and clouds which are held between the sky and the earth, are indeed Ayât (proofs, evidences, signs, etc.) for people of understanding.

Here are some examples of the beauty of ALLAH t3alas creations:
(just a few by me:)
(These are just a few examples, and they dont even do justice to the beauty of the creation of ALLAH t3ala, there are many many more example in front of which these pictures are nothing)

(from online sources):

Now just imagine if the creation is so beautiful, how beautiful must the creator himself be???
How can someone reject the presence of a creator after looking at such beauty, was all this created on its own? When looking at such beauty If we spend more time pondering over the power of ALLAH t3ala, instead of posing for pictures, we without a doubt shall benefit, thats why ALLAH t3ala says,
“Verily! In the creation of the Heavens and the Earth... There are indeed signs for the men of understanding”.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Why avoiding novels is encouraged in Islam

Asalamu Alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

There was a time when I was crazy after novels, I'd go to the library every Saturday, and borrow 21 books, which was the limit, and then finish all those novels throughout the week, and then borrow other books the other Saturday. Thats how much I LOVED reading! Thats Until I joined my Madrassah. We were having a class one day, When our teacher asked us if We read novels, After finding out how much money, time I spend after novels, she explained to me why I should not read them, and asked me to stop, Alhamdulillah ta'ala I have stopped since then. MashaALLAh ta'ala, but why did I stop? No, Its not haram, but because of the amount of harm they cause. For example If you had a friend who was not so good, and had many bad habits, you without even realizing would be affected by his bad habits, and would implement them too. For those who say "I dont get affected, I know whats bad, and I stay away from it", The only answer I can give is the example of a dirty, muddy road, If you had to pass through it, and you pulled up the bottom of your shalwaar, Without doubt you would get some dirt/mud on your legs, so Even though you try not be affected, and you know its bad, BUT even after being careful that friend WILL have an impact on you. Now where did I come with friends and roads full of mud from when I was talking about books?? well...Thats the example of a book, may it be a novel, fiction, non fiction, whatever. The author is just like a friend, You spend so much time with the book which basically means with that author, because whatever is in that book is the words of the author. However the author will be, he will have a huge effect on you, you will start to think and act the way he does. Especially these days its really difficult to find a clean book, MOSTLY every book you see is full of romance, and junk, disrespect, all you learn is bad manners, and disrespect, so its better to just stay away. Plus, No one said You cant read at all, there are soooo many awesome Islamic books, theres great stories about the sahaba and sahabiaat, who needs novels, when we have such amazing personalities to read about??? soo if Anyone plans on leavign novels let me know..Baarakallahu Fikum wa waffaqakum wa iyyaaya..ameen thumma ameen! To add I found a fatwa saying that all books that include majic, love, etc are haram to read..inshaALLAH ta'ala, I'll search for it once again, and post it up soon, inshaALLAH ta'ala.
 مع السلامة

Thursday, October 6, 2011

What can one do to concentrate in Salah/Prayer?

Assalamu Alaikum warahmatullahi t3ala wa barakatuhu,

Some advice for myself first, then you. May ALLAH t3ala give us all the tawfeeq to act upon this advice, aameen thumma aameen

To concentrate in salah you have to remind yourself who your standing in front of. Is he just some random person? Is he a friend? How would you approach a person of big status like a king? Remember the one who you are approaching is your creator; The king of ALL kings! When you think about his status, and that hes capable of anything and everything.

Also, Ulema always advice not to rush right to salah.
Make ablution about 10-5 minutes before salah time, sit down on the prayer mat, and do zikr from your heart, ponder over who you are about to talk to. You have to take your heart and mind out of your daily activites, and bring them towards your salah. Salah is the only ibaadah in islam in which you do takbeer (raising your hands to your shoulders/earlobes, and saying ALLAHU akbar), and you know why?Raising your hand to your shoulders is a sign that you are leaving everything, the world, anything that concerns it, all thoughts behind you (behind your hands),and now you are approaching ALLAH t3ala. InshaALLAH t3ala when you do this, your brain will get the time to take itself out of the worldy activities, and concentrate in salah.

Also, Ulema always advice not to rush right to salah.
Make ablution about 10-5 minutes before salah time, sit down on the prayer mat, and do zikr from your heart, ponder over who you are about to talk to. You have to take your heart and mind out of your daily activites, and bring them towards your salah. Salah is the only ibaadah in islam in which you do takbeer (raising your hands to your shoulders/earlobes, and saying ALLAHU akbar), and you know why?Raising your hand to your shoulders is a sign that you are leaving everything, the world, anything that concerns it, all thoughts behind you (behind your hands),and now you are approaching ALLAH t3ala. InshaALLAH t3ala when you do this, your brain will get the time to take itself out of the worldy activities, and concentrate in salah.

Once you start your prayer, you need to keep on reminding yourself, You are in salah, ALLAH t3ala has moved all the
curtains out of the way, Its just you and him, without ANYTHING in the middle, you are talking to him, Your tongue is reciting the beautiful words of ALLAH t3ala. Think about what you are reading (read the translation of the surahs you are going to read if you dont understand arabic), It will help you concentrate in your salah, and enjoy even more. Dont rush in your salah, take a second to recall whatyour doing before every rukn (before ruku, think that you are bowing in front of ALLAH t3ala, out of humility, make yourself feel humble), and everytime you see subhana rabbiyal azeem, subhana rabbiyal a'ala think what your saying,
make yourself say it from your heart.Believe what you say, He is
very almighty, he is very exalted.

When you go to sajdah, imagine your putting your palms and head on the the feet of ALLAH t3ala the almighty (ofcourse, ALLAH t3ala doesnt have features like us,
and we dont know the reality of them) (I heard this in a bayan, and have been doing it since then, and it is very beneficial), you will feel like crying when you imagine it, and you will start to mean what you say.

The whole time while you pray, fight with yourself! Keep your mind out of wordly thoughts! Remember a prayer in which a person fights his nafs, and reminds himself what hes doing, and tries to keep his mind in salah, is better, and gets more ajar, then someone who prays easily without and difficulty. There is an example given by the ulema, that there is a guy who sells fruits, he has a cart,which he walks around with selling the fruits, and when the Muazzin gives the azan, he immedietly stops, and goes towards the masjid, and covers his cart, and enters the masjid to pray. While hes praying, hes so worried, that someone will steal something from the cart, and the whole time while hes praying, hes constantly tries to fight his nafs, and tries to concentrate in his prayer. There is another man who is old, and has retired, he doesnt have any duties, so he easily prays with concentration, without any difficulty. Whos prayer do you think is more virtious? who gets more good deeds? If you said the person who sells fruits, your correct! That is because he prays with difficulty, and whenever someone has difficulty in ibaadah, he gets double good deeds.

Finally, Ask ALLAH t3ala for khushoo3, and khudhoo3, and to give you the halawah of ibaadah (abstain from sins, you will be blessed with the halawah of imaan), cry and make lots of duas for me, yourself, and the rest of the ummah!

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Is that vase more valuable or your childs heart?

Assalamu Alaikum warahmatullahi t3ala wabarakatuhu,
 ~*~بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم~*~

This is a really different type of post compared to my usual posts, but I'm really annoyed about this. I really hate it when women start to yell at their young cute innocent children for dropping something or breaking something, I mean seriously you can find a million of those in the world, but how many "your child" will you find? The poor kid is already crying and asking for forgiveness, so why scream at him like crazy and hurt him? Kids are kids, they are going to play, and run around, and may break things, but that's part of being a child! Now, if you told him/her to stay away from something because its dangerous, or they might get hurt, than okay I understand, but I've seen ladies start to scream at children for breaking an expensive vase or some type of show piece. May it be from Italy, Egypt, United Kingdom, the Caribbeans, Where ever its from, your child is still and will always be waaaaayyy more valuable!

    Also, I seriously don't get whats wrong with women these days, they totally have lost the meaning of motherhood and it's responsibilities! Like there's this girl playing until she got hurt or something, and so she came up to her mother, who was busy doing something on her ipod, and chatting on the phone at the same time. This girls like practically begging her mother to listen, but the woman is way too busy talking about what that lady wore, and what she said, and totally gossip! The woman asks the person on the cell for second, screams at her daughter "Can't you see I'm on the phone, go away!", just looking at the kids face could break your heart!  Its like women today are too busy with their facebook, ipods, chit chatting on the phone, than spending time with their children, doing good tarbiyah (raising their children properly), and looking up to the needs of their family. Like, the other day theres this girl who was extremely disrespectful, naughty, and totally rude to everyone. She was like picking on older girls, giving rude comments, and she was onlyyy 12 years old! Her mother was too busy chatting to notice, and when someone did complain she puts the cell down and is like: " ---- stop it.", Seriously, that was her reaction, now tell me, how in the world is that going to make a difference? Her child basically looks at her, ignores her, and goes right back to her attitude!
     I'm the type of person who can't really yell back at disrespectful children or like get them off my back, so I usually have to go through this kinda rudeness from disrespectful children (from distant family), alhamdulillah t3ala other than family, I never have problem with children, i actually get along really well with kids, but these kids, I don't know, maybe because they know I wont say anything back, or I'll just ignore, they start to get out of hand....but I really don't know how to shake them off....soo I just stopped going to this place I used to go to, because of one of the children who was extremely rude and had to pick on everyone! Its kinda funny because my other cousin shes kind of straight forward, so she'll tell you off, or scream at you, or even hit you, so the kids keep their distance from her, but when it comes to me, they start to get on my last nerve, then I get really annoyed at their mothers, why don't they teach them respect, when they see them being rude to an elder, right in front of their eyes, why in the world don't they stop them!
 it just hurts to see mothers so distracted from giving their children the proper tarbiyah, so they become rude, and disrespectful, then when it gets out of hand, and they can't stop it anymore, they cry about it. It is really important for women to realize their responsibility and appeal to it, because their children are who they are, since they are the first madrassah for them, and however they're children will be, that's how the next generation is going to be.
  I pray to ALLAH t3ala to guide women to the straight path and follow the footsteps of the ummahaat-us-salihaat of our aslaaf, and become great role models for their children, and a source of hidayah for them, and may their children be the coolness of their eyes, aameen thumma aameen.

Monday, October 3, 2011

I a (born muslim) learned how to pray from a convert.

Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmatullahi t3ala wa barakatuhu,
My aunt was telling me that a friend of hers went out in the path of ALLAH t3ala (in jamaat), she said one day, it was time for Salah, so all of us made our ablution and stood up to pray. While we all made our intentions and started to pray right away, there was this convert woman, who just stood there. We kept on praying, and she still didnt start, until a long time after. After salah, we asked her: "Is everything alright? How come you didnt start your prayer right away?" She answered that: "Alhamdulillah t3ala all is well, and I delayed in starting because you all are old muslimahs, so the k3bah (baitullah t3ala) comes in front of you right away, but since im a new muslim, it takes a very long time, so I stood there and waited for it to come in front of my eyes clearly, and then I started. MashaALLAH t3ala.
Subhanallah t3ala! What has become of us muslims? Why do we take our imaan for granted? ALLAH subhanahu wa t3ala has given us the most greatest blessing that he made us muslims from the moment we were born, and take it for granted. May ALLAH t3ala teach us the proper way to pray, and may he give us the love of his ibadah! aameen thumma aameen.
How embarassing it is, to say new muslims advance in their imaans to such a high level, and leave us way behind, what kind of examples are we to the world, one day we shall be asked. One day we shall be asked!

Don't let people control your feelings!

Assalamu Alaikum warahmatullahi t3ala wabarakatuhu,

كن يا عبد حاذرا اليوم                     فان الدنيا و أناسه ظالمون
لا تلتفت عن شر هاؤلا                 ولا تترك عطائفك في أيديهم
فان شرهم عظيم                   إن شاءوا لالتهموك عضوا عضوا
كما يلتهم الكلب اللحم                       فكن لحساسك مالكاً واعلم
أن الناس لن يتركوك                    كيف ما كنت لابد أن يعيبوك
مهما فعلت أو قلت                            انهم سيطعنون فيك دوماً
فافعل كل شيء لله                       مخلصا وابتغ رضوانه أبداً  
 إن اساؤوا اليك فتوكل                  على الله واحتسب منه الأجر
وتذكر ذلك اليوم الذي      أوذي فيه رسول الله (صلى عليه وسلم)
يرمى بالاحجار ويدعو                لاعدائه دون الشكوى واللعنة
فاجعله لك اسوة و تعلم                من حياته واقتد به في أمورك
واعد الزاد لآخرتك واتق             ربك واعبده حتى يأتيك اليقين

(Translation: Oh insaan(people)! Beware this world and its people as they are cruel. Dont keep your back on their cruelty, and dont leave your emotions in their hands, verily their
viciousness is great. If they want they shall gobble you bit by bit, the way dogs gobble up meat, so keep control over your feelings. Without doubt people will never leave you alone, whatever you do, they will always criticize you. No matter what you say or do, they will find something, so whatever you do, do it only for ALLAH t3ala, and always seek his satisfaction. If people hurt you, be patient, keep your trust in ALLAH t3ala, and ask him for ajr, and remember the day wen the prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam was traumatized, he was thrown at by rocks, and his lips were praying for his enemies without complaining or cursing them.
make him your role model, and learn from his teachings, and follow his foot steps in everything you do. Prepare for the hereafter, fear ALLAH t3ala, and worship him until death takes you away.)