A person once asked Hadrat Sayyiduna Sa’eed bin Musayyib Radi Allahu ‘Anhu, “A person … Is there any inkling of shame and repentance in your heart, while you utter: ﴿إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ.﴾. (Da 'if) ... Hadith 2011 • Sunan an-Nasa'i, Book of Fasting, Hadith 2011. As to myself and others like me, let me tell you, we would have been among the sinners, neglecting our duties towards Him and hankering after our sensual appetites. Every contingent being is absolutely poor in every respect, a dependent shadow not an independent ‘thing’. The aim of earning the good pleasure of God does not play even a partial role in it, but the only motive is gratification of lust and service of the stomach. Posted on January 26, 2011 by Shaykh Gibril Fouad Haddad. He imagines that he is worthy of being rewarded even if God were to reckon his deeds with justice. If he perceives moral goodness and piety in others more than himself, he not only never gives any importance to them, but tries to project them in grim colors as far as possible. The Chapter 22 The Book Of Fasting is about Hadith on Fasting in English and Urdu for all muslims to understand. Allah the Most High said: “Have you not considered those who attribute purity to themselves? Allah’s speech about self-praise and boasting: “ O you who believe! God Almighty will show him that he not only did not perform any worship for His sake, but also that his works of devotion and piety only took him away from God and have removed him away from his goal. And if God Almighty were to deliver us into the flames of His wrath on account of these deeds, which are good and virtuous in our own view, is He justified or not in doing so? ... "Pride, prestige, hope for honor, and haughtiness." Another of the evil effects of ‘ujb is that man becomes inclined towards riya’ (ostentation, hypocrisy). If you regularly visit this site and wish to show your appreciation, or if you wish to see further development of Al-Islam.org, please donate online. In the other stage of ‘ujb the individual considers himself as superior to others, and regards himself as better than other human beings. Another similar hateful trait is self-praise. At this juncture, you should tell your self and the Devil that it is possible that this person who is guilty of committing that sin may possess other good qualities unknown to you or might have performed certain good deeds for which God may bless him with His grace and mercy, and the light of his good deeds and good qualities may guide him and ultimately lead him to deliverance. Any other use of the hosted content, such as for financial gain, requires express approval from the copyright owners. What does this exultation mean? This is all allusion to the verse of the Quran, which says: ﴿أَفَمَنْ زُيِّنَ لَهُ سُوءُ عَمَلِهِ فَرَآهُ حَسَنًا.﴾. We seek refuge in Thee from the mischief of Satan and the guiles of al-nafs al-’ammarah (the carnal self). If you ask why the virtue of silence is so great, it is because the tongue, with hardly any effort, may lead to evil, lies, backbiting, ostentation, hypocrisy, obscenity, dispute, self-praise, indulgence in falsehood, controversy, distortion, harming people and violating their privacy and honor. Is it not your selfish desires, which motivate you to hold majalis, to join congregational prayers, and to perform devotional rituals? Among other vices present in the person who is afflicted with ‘ujb is that of viewing others with contempt. Those who combine these characteristics within themselves … My brother, be cautious regarding the guiles of the self and Satan, who do not want your pieties to be taintless, and if they might be accepted by God by His grace, despite their taint, the Devil and the carnal self do not desire them to reach their final destination. Wretched man, you deserve punishment for this prayer and devotion of yours and for it you deserve to be chained by the seventy cubit chain. But if the exultation and pride is felt on account of the belief that he is the doer of such deeds and that it is he who possesses all such good qualities, and if he glorifies his own deeds with confidence in his goodness, considering himself to be free from all faults and vices, it reaches such a point that one believes that he is conferring some favor upon God in performing these deeds. Before finding out that this hadith was weak, I promised someone that he will be from those ten (as I have memorised the Book of Allaah - and all praise is due to Him). The prayer, which is performed for the attainment of worldly benefits or for acquiring the other-worldly rewards is not for God. It is possible that the divine light of his inner nature may lead him to faith and your rebuke and disdain may lead you towards a wretched life in the Hereafter. And as if this were not enough, you made several accusations, thinking as if you were obliging God, exulting in your ‘ujb, and not feeling any sense of shame or regret while doing all this! Is your salat meant for the sake of acquiring nearness to God, or for the sake of the company of the houris of Paradise and for sensual ends? We should seek refuge in God from the mischief of the self, whose wiles draw men from sinfulness into infidelity and from infidelity into ‘ujb. He considers himself to be more pious than others and considers his own faith to be sounder than that of other believers and immaculate. In the same way as a virtuous person may become conceited and vain about his good deeds, so also the doer of wicked deeds may think highly of his qualities, and feel proud of himself on their account. In Introduction to Hadith by Abd al-Hadi al-Fadli, Kitab Ali is referred to as "the first hadith book of the Ahl al-Bayt (family of Muhammad) to be written on the authority of the Prophet". ... 'I fasted Ramadan' or 'I prayed Qiyam throughout the whole month. ' My friend! After committing this second sin repeatedly, it also casts away its gravity in his view and appears to be an ordinary thing, and he does not hesitate to commit a still bigger sin. Is your prayer and worship, your living and dying really for God? Such people, who are ignorant and negligent but consider themselves to be learned and aware, are the most wretched of human beings, or rather the most wretched of creatures. Do you imagine that my prayer differs from his only in the number of rak’ah’s-a few hundred every night? ... and the credit goes to the frame of mind … In contrast, the self-praise of the scientists is also not entirely true. 1 August 2012. What is self? In religion it has been condemned and prohibited. The Qur'an and Hadith contain cures for anger. As pointed out in the hadith, at one stage bad deeds appear to be good to the evil person and he perceives them as virtues. Unrecognized Email or Password, please try again. There is no doubt that when anyone performs good deeds, like fasting, night vigils, etc., he feels some kind of joy and pleasure within him. Allahu Akbar, ‘God is very great’) of ‘Ali’s, they will not be able to do it. Do not let this screen to be ripped off and the curtain of His remission to be raised from the face of those vices, which we wrongfully call, worship. You have forgotten your duty towards the King of kings! This behavior of yours will not affect your station in the Hereafter. A caller calls out every night: O seeker of good, proceed; O seeker of evil, desist!"' O faqih! Our worship is not aimed at acquiring nearness to the Almighty. Hadith Resurrection. He underrates others’ good deeds, but if he himself performs those deeds he magnifies them. You Yourself protect us from their wiles for the sake of Muhammad (S) and his Progeny (A). Names with meanings of excessive self praise were disapproved by the prophet (SAW): Sumarah bin Jundub (RA) reported that the Prophet (SAW) said, “Do not name your servant Rabah (winner) or Aflah (successful) or Yasar (facilitation) or Najih (successful) because it would be said, ‘Is he there?’. Salat, which is a means of acquiring nearness to Him, we perform in the hope of the company of the houris of Paradise. IMPORTANT : All content hosted on Al-Islam.org is solely for non-commercial purposes and with the permission of original copyright holders. The Holy Prophet (S) has reckoned ‘ujb as one of the greatest of spiritual dangers. in supererogation.”, He (a.s.) was asked: ‘Is it permitted for man to speak of his excellence?’ He (a.s.) answered: “Yes, when it is necessary.
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