Monday, November 10, 2014

Bertasbihlah .....


It's 1.50pm. I am certain that many of us had delivered our duty to the Creator of the mankind, and the Most Merciful of all, A─║lah SWT. Its performing the dzuhur solah.

Being at home on medical leave gives many advantages. I get to do half of the things that I wanted to do. Those are the non-straneous task, no physical is required --- reading and updating my deserted blog. Another half requires some physical activity.. ie. Gardening which is forbidden for the time being.

I came across this one ayat from Surah Qaf... the ayat clearly and specifically call us to say our tasbih, at morning, at dawn, at night and after each solat. The reminder is there... why dont we grab this. Just do it whenever you got the time.

This is truly a special reminder for myself whom is always in the state of 'lagha', that is in the state of not remembering Allah at heart. Astaghfirullahal 'adzim. May Allah forgive me. Ameen.

As I go on, I found another reminder in surah At-Thur (48-49). 

It also tells us to say tasbih whenever you are awake, during the night and when the stars are about to reside (the emergent of fajr).

Both aayah begin with  'as-sabr' --patience. Both aayah tell us whenever we are in trouble, be patient and say the tasbih at the specified times. O Allah... the Most Merciful and Kind. Allah had showed the way out from any misery, but why are we always at lost.

So, lets be istiqamah. Lets all say Subhanallah, Alhamdulillah, Allahu Akbar at all times. Tasbih is not only confined to these ... so pick your choice. The rememberance to Allah is the most important.

Wallahu a'lam.

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