SAKISABRE Saki

Silver Star - 4,154 Points (03 02 1967 / Tangail)

*spiritual Way Of Thinking* - Poem by SAKISABRE Saki

'uraaful mooz-rimoona bisimaahum'
sinners will be caught by the appearance..
saalaamoon kaulaam mir rabbir rwahim...
live in peace here..
how peace come to our mind?
unless i Acquire...
aala bi zikrillahi twat-mainool qulub...
it will be peaceful in my qobr haashor mizaan or poolsiraat by zikr no exception else... sons, wife, education, wealth, power, pelf - all will be useless only zikr..
laa iaanfao maalao walaa baanoona illamaan atallabi qalbin SAAlim.. saalim qalb wil be made by zikr...how to wipe the signs of sins...we take bath after work..a briber come in fresh condition after the office hour, , none want to show his stains...how can i wipe the stains of sins as sinners will be caught by the appearance?
............who wipes?
zikr.... 'Rabbana Maa khalakta haza batilaan subhaanaka faqina azaabannar'
you have created everything for a cause...
whats behind the motive...so Allah you have created me for a cause! ...
Allah plz. don't burn me by the fire! ...
pure and impure are not the same...
are you pure to go to jannat...
a bit of sin a sign of being impure..
go and clean your sins...how to clean
...zikr! ...zikr takes you to the door of that stage you get the knowledge door open for you
...Ali rta was the door n hujur sal lal laahoo alaihi wah sallam was the town of KNOWLEDGE education is not a factor..
factor is qalb- a clean qalb..if u become that type of wise you can submit yourself to Allah
..you can say um not created unnecessarily so oh, Allah dont burn me by the fire..
gold you get by burning
..i we u he she they cant enter the jannah unless burn the dirt of sin that has entered the qalb...

(mohammad jahoorul islam MJI)

Topic(s) of this poem: spiritual


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 29, 2015



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