Saturday, 26 May 2018


🍀بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم🍀 

ﷺ ♥̸̨͡🍃ﷺ♥̸̨͡🍃ﷺ 

Those who will avoid these will enjoy success in this life & in Akhirah, otherwise, problems & 

failure are the lot of those in whom these evil attributes prevail.



In simple terms, it's a don't care attitude. 

A person is unconcerned about how & when he does things or if he even does it! He's unconcious of the outcome of his actions. These pertain, both, to Huqooqullah ( rights of اللَّهُ Subhana wa Ta'ala) & Huqooqul Ibaad ( rights of creation). It's a spiritual coma...unconcerned about one's Islah (reformation) & the purpose of life. 



One moment of anger can be a life altering moment... what about Akhirah? We don't have control over becoming angry, but we do have the power to refrain. Anger, by itself, is not harmful, but if misdirected, it contaminates & 

removes the sweetness of Iman. 



This destructive malady is a sign of the fall of a person. There is no basis for arrogance & claim over any Dunyawi or Deeni achievement! A person never had it at one stage & the reality is that it can be lost in a moment. 



This is such a sick state of Zulmat (darkness) of the heart, that a person is always in negative thoughts & suspicions about others, wishing ill for them, gloating over their misfortunes, disheartened on people's success & happiness. This leads to breaking ties & adopting measures to inflict harm.



This is the result of pride/looking down on others. The definition of Gheebat must be understood. اللَّهُ Subhana wa Ta'ala says regarding Gheebat, 

"Would you like to eat the flesh of your dead brother? So, (in the same way) abhor it!" 



It's dangerous for one's Iman, to become extreme in Dunya or Deen. Obsession of permissible things ends in neglect of rights & duties. There should be a balance. Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has warned us against Ghuluw in Deen as it can cause destruction in both worlds. 



There are 2 types of Gham. One is from Allah's side as a form of Tarbiyyah (spiritual training).

The other is self-inflicted... perpetually thinking negatively, which is extremely detrimental to one's Deen & Dunya & Akhirah.

If Gham is from Allah, He will arrange the means to remove it. 

If it's self-inflicted, we must make the effort to remove the cause of it, if possible.

May اللَّهُ Subhana wa Ta'ala cure & protect us from these 7 destructive maladies. 

(Mufti Zubair Bhayat)



Duaa to be recited between

Asr until Iftaar 

Yaa Waa Si'al Fadhly Ighfirlee

يا واسع الفضل اغفر لي

O the One who is spacious in bounty(great in bounty),forgive me


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