“Listening to Muslims speaking to one another you’ll hear phrases like, insha’Allah, (if God wills it so), when speaking of something in the future; when the discussion surrounds a beautiful thing such as an autumn tree in all it’s flaming glory, a Muslim will say, “subhan’Allah” to remind himself that God created the miracle of the changing seasons. If I ask a Muslim, “how are you?” he will likely say, “alhamdoulillah”. This answer doesn’t tell me if his roof was fixed, or if he got the hoped-for job promotion, but I will know this person is living in a state of God-consciousness with the ultimate belief that we have no control over the universe, or a leaking roof.”—Kari Ansari (via majeedah)
There are several messages in our inbox debating this issue, some asking why it is haraam, some stating that it isn’t and that it even fits into islam. I’m just going to make one last statement about the whole thing, that is, the playing of musical instruments and songs.
Sometimes Allah SWT takes everything from you so that you may turn to Him, and sometimes Allah SWT places certain people who let you down in your life to teach you that you should never depend on anyone but Him. Allah SWT will never let you down.
You MUST listen this. LOVE this song VERY MUCH :D For The Rest Of My Life [Mix English Malay] : A sweet lullaby, just for Maher’s FANTASTIC FAN out there like me ;) Adiossss amigosss… Salam & good night!