Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Broken hearts

"When ur heart has broken, remember: the Qur'an is for the broken hearted.

When the tears of Nuh (alayhis salaam)'s heart must have matched the rain pouring from the sky..........................
when the heart of Musa (alayhis salaam)'s mother almost broke as she parted with her infant son................. when Adam & Hawa (alayhimus salaam)'s shame engulfed them at their mistake,............................................. when Ayyub (alayhis salaam)'s physical pain must have matched the emotional turmoil of losing his family-
   they found solace in the One Who never disappoints, in The All Wise, The Ever-Knowing.

U may be in pain. But remember: So were they. The Qur'an is filled with narratives of experiences that could break a heart into a million pieces. But through every test, the Prophets & righteous (alayhim asalam) were not shattered- they found strength, solace & the glue to keep their hearts together with Allah.

The Qur'an is for the broken hearted. The Qur'an is for *u*. Allah will never leave u, nor will He ever disappoint u- even if it takes time to understand His wisdom."

   "Your Lord has neither forsaken you
    nor hated you.
    Aиϑ indeed the Hereafter is better
    for you than the present.
    Aиϑ verily, your Lord will give you
    so that you shall be well-pleased" (Qur'an, 93:3-5).
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اللهم إني أسألك خير هذا اليوم وخير ما بعده

Allahumma inni asalooka khayra hadhal yawma wa khayra maa ba'da

My Lord, I ask You for the good of this day & the good of what follows it.
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-̶̯͡♈̷̴♥̸̸̸̨̨̨͡✽-̶̯͡♈̷̴. Cure for
            Depression.                                                                           --̶̯͡♈̷̴♥̸̸̸̨̨̨͡✽-̶̯͡♈̷̴

Sayyiduna Anas bin Maalik (radiyallahu’anhu) reports that it was the noble practice of our beloved Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘Alaihi wasallam) after every Fardh Salah to place his right hand on his forehead (& in some narrations: on his head) & recite the following supplication:

بِسْمِ اللهِ الذِيْ لا إلٰهَ إِلا هُوَ الرحْمٰنُ الرحِيم ، اللهُم أَذْهِبْ عَني الْهَم وَالحُزْن

   Bismillahillazhy laa ilaaha illa
    huwa-Rahmaanu-Raheem.
    Allahumma Azh-hib ‘annil-hamma
    wal-huzn.

Translation:  In the name of Allah, besides whom there is none worthy of worship, The most Gracious, The most Merciful.
O Allah ! remove from me worry &  depression.
(Al-Tabarani)


Another beneficial du’a for depression is: abundant recital of:

لَا حَوْلَ وَلَا قُوَّةَ إِلَّا بِالله

    La hawla wala quwwata
    illa billah

“It is a cure for ninety nine illnesses, the lightest being: depression/anxiety”

(Hakim; Targheeb 2/444)


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