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Lateef Jan Afridi Ab.latif jan

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The Lost Treasure


Start anything you do with name of only God (Allah)
Our sustenance comes from God alone
Forget all the worries that encumber you
Trust in God and no one can hurt you
When you need help
Turn only to God
Always rely on God, the Merciful
Only God can turn a desert into a benign torrent
Even if your heart is burning with grief
Only God can grant you relief
You may suffer life's misfortune
But with a heart filled with faith
A dream of the prophet Muhammad(saw) with grant you peace
And if you are patient you earn God's pleasure
And he will wash away your sadness
Caught in the darkness of grief,
Turn to God and repent for your relief
If God wills you to visit his house(Mosque)
And you attain the honor of
praying next to the prophet Muhammad's(saw) grave.
Whom would you praise and give thanks to,
For all blessings, but God

Wed,17, March,2010

Submitted: Wednesday, March 17, 2010
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