An hour of tafakkur or purposeful thinking is better than year of worship (Ibn Abbas & Abu Darda).
What does Habibs and Sheiks and Saints and the Pious and the Believers have in common?
Surely it is the innermost sensibility of both the good and the bad. Let us focus on a few subjects:
On the premise that organ transplant is allowed in Islam, it can be interpreted as a donation whose living recipient continues to gain benefit. Disagreeing proponents need to gain confidence by Rasulullah’s testimony that on Day of Resurrection, Allah the Responsive will return our life via the coccyx/tulang sulbi (At-Tariq:5-7).
Setting yearly resolution and supplications. And for our wishes to be actualised, we must be very clear about the demands of our situation despite wishing it to be in our best favour. Recall the event of Treaty of Hudaibiyah. Far from being a humiliating defeat, it was a momentous victory when Rasulullah the last Prophet of Allah, in glory entered Makkah one year later without any bloodshed.
3. Jihad/struggle for truth…
Surah Baqarah reveals the test regarding safeguarding the female cow. In the trial underwent by Prophet Abraham, neither did Prophet Ismail became slaughtered except that Allah put in place a ram. Truth as such is manifest only with sincere intentions for His sake.
Spiritual healing is abundant in Islamic culture through the various Tariqah practices as well as dzikr groups. True Islam exists as rain that brings greenery and fruits to a barren Bakkah.
Our Challenge is especially hard with Scientific Darwinism that does not acknowledge our creation by Allah, the Khaliq. Humans have a need to worship. The evidence is our need to have a God. The spiritual urge is more urgent than the physical needs.
We are all on a journey and the best return is when we know our loved ones will still be with us in Jannah.