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  • ummahfan
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    This is a great thread. I think all members of Ummah should read this and pass it to family and friends. It is a very serious warninig before it is too late. Jazak Allah Kheir Akhi. BTW, I have just read that Alshaytan(A'aoth Bi Allah Minh) tries to the utmost to make humans die at Kuffr at the latest moments of the humans life(the time when the soul leaves the body).
    Last edited by ummahfan; 30-12-10, 10:15 AM.

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  • Submit To Peace
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    ^ JazakAllah khair for the kind words of encouragement. I don't mind brother.

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  • ~ Jumana ~
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    JazakAllah kahyr
    subhanAllah , i was thinking about this few days ago , and indeed tings that are presented to as repeatedly in a beautiful manner , would become acceptable and normal after a while even if they are wrong.

    JazakAllah khayr again for the reminder , i needed it.

    if you don`t mind i will post this for my friends .......

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  • Submit To Peace
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    Why does a 1-2 year old baby starts shouting “Pepi” “Pepi” when he passes by the sign board of Pepsi?

    Because the Jewish companies owner are not wasting their money by spending billion of dollars every year only on Advertisements. They know that when something is presented to you in a beautiful and attractive way again and again, on your TV, on the sign boards, in the hands of famous people, on the shops, in the play grounds, on the shirts of players, …etc it plays a magical effect on your mind due to which one experiences the taste many times better than what he would have felt without watching any advertisement.

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  • The magical impact of repetition on our life

    Some of us might think that in our daily life whatever we don’t really mean, but casually and “repeatedly” say, think, hear or watch only for fun, might not have any effect on our life, but few incidents I heard tell a different story.


    1. A colleague of mine who used to claim that he doesn’t really mean it when he uses those commonly used abusive words in almost every discussion he joins, came to me crying that by mistake the same word came out of his mouth while he was having a discussion with his parents.


    2. A Saudi Prince’s son went out with his friends on a long drive. The music was on in a loud voice and they were singing and laughing while driving, when suddenly they got an accident. All of them died except the Saudi Prince’s son, who was in “ Nazaa” ( a state between life and death)


    When people started reciting“Kalima ” in front of him so that he may also recite, they heard him repeating the wordings of his favourite song. He died without saying Kalima. When asked from a scholar, the reply was “When you see the angel of death you get so afraid that unintentionally you would repeat the wordings which you hear, read, think or say the most in your life.(as a habbit) So this man didn’t hear or recite "Kalima" most of the times in his life.


    Similarly when people tried to convince a “tangey wala” in Peshawar to recite Kalima after a severe accident, he was repeating “Kisa khwani bazaar ke itney paisey…..etc” because this is what he had been repeatedly listening to, thinking or saying most of the times in his life.

    There are numerous other examples of people counting money even on their last breath.


    p.s. A man who dies while reciting Kalima would go directly go to heaven (Hadith)


    ^ Devil knows this that is why he takes away all the time which was meant for Zikr and thus, in our spare time, instead of doing zikr we are unintentionally murmuring our favourite song.
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