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An Obstacle

An Obstacle

An Obstacle

Have you ever stumbled upon rock as large as a house or a car? I bet you haven’t. And you may be laughing as well to hear this question, because if the rock is as large as a house, it is called bumping, and not stumbling,

True that we’re only stumbled upon small rock. Rock that escapes our sight, that usually stomped beneath our feet. But the impact it has might be fatal, as its that small rock that make us tripped and fall, whereas large rocks are nothing to be cautious with, since it is large enough thus everyone can see it.

This is just an illustration to be compared with the month of Ramadan and other months,

Ramadan is a large rock. Everyone knows about its greatness and virtues, and everyone gathers in flocks to welcome it. Big and small mosques are full during the tarawih prayer; the calling for sahoor are heard everywhere; lessons and Qur’an recitation are heard loudly, breaking the silence of the night. All of the preachers and religious teachers are whipping up the spirit of worship in month Ramadan. They inform people about rewards and virtues of worship in this holy month, such as sins being forgiven, reward get multiplied, prayers are granted, a night that is better than 1000 months, and so on.
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Admonition of Ramadan: Allah will not Waste Your deeds

Admonition of Ramadan: Allah will not Waste Your deeds

“Ugh, my mouth smells bad.”

“I am shy to talk, my mouth smells awful.”

Such are the things your inner self might say when you realized that your mouth started to smell bad during your fast. You might immediately use the mouthwash to vanish it. Just after that, that you felt more confidence to talk and interact with others.

Admonition of Ramadan-Allah will not Waste Your deeds

No need to be shame, Brother! Your bad breath because of fasting, was not to be passed in vain. Although it might be unpleasant to others, but in Allah’s side, it was loved dearly and highly valued.

وَالَّذِى نَفْسِى بِيَدِهِ لَخُلُوفُ فَمِ الصَّائِمِ أَطْيَبُ عِنْدَ اللَّهِ تَعَالَى مِنْ رِيحِ الْمِسْكِ. متفق عليه

“By Him Who has my soul in His hand, indeed, the bad breath of the fasting person is more fragrant to Allah than the smell of musk.” (Muttafaqun ‘alaih)

Brother! Try to think of it, why does Allah love the bad breath of the fasting person, thus in the Hereafter, the person deserves a great reward? Probably you’ve ever thought that Islam looks unclean. Or you might be upset, why does this religion of yours consider a bad breath as a worship…

The pilgrims look also were made in such way, that they were banned from wearing perfumes and cutting their nails; they also looked sloppy and thus their smells were awfully bad.
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