Allaho Akbar!

Bissmillahi Rahmani Raheem.

I think I must have said this before, but I just wanted to say it again. How many times is that when we see something beautiful in nature do we praise Allah instead of what He has created? I wonder…

SubhanAllah, saying this one small word can change the scale on the day of judgement dramatically.

SubhanAllah for the wonderful world, Allah.

SubhanAllah for the fields of sun flowers and Rapeseed  flowers.

SubhanAllah for the lush green mountains here and in Chamonix, Allah.

SubhanAllah for the clean air to breathe, Allah

SubhanAllah for giving me the senses to communicate with the world, Allah

Alhamdolillah, SubhanAllah, Allaho Akbar!

I often caught myself and other people saying ..” Wow what a beautiful mountain, or flower or bird..” Allah created things so that we can reflect and see Him, His mastery in it, what a shame we are caught at the surface…


One thought on “Allaho Akbar!

  1. JazakAllah for the caution. You are absolutely right. I, being the sinful, the ungrateful person, have often been doing it. In fact, I seldom connect the wisdom, the success, the faith and countless blessings to appreciate Him. May Allah help all of us to follow the right path. Aameen!

    A few additions: What important is feeling ‘SubhanAllah’ from heart. It’s best to feel & say ‘SubhanAllah’. It’s not very bad, if you feel ‘SubhanAllah’ but don’t say it. Lastly, not feeling but just sayi<>ng ‘SubhanAllah’ isn’t of any use; it’s worst since its hypocrisy. May be, I have been feeling ‘SubhanAllah’ most of the time. InshaAllah, I will try to appreciate Him in words too.

    Moreover, if we study, two theories exist about God.

    WAHDAT-UL-SAHOOD – they say, GOD is one, he created every one, he rules, he dictates and everyone should worship him. Besides Everything (the beautiful sceneries, the kids, et cetera) is merely a delusion.
    WAHDAT-UL-WAJOOD – OK everything of the first thought but they say, GOD created humans & all creatures with HIS soul in them. If we respect a human being in other ways it is respecting and praying GOD. We appreciate the beauty of His creatures, it means we are appreciating him. All of our Sufi poets were of the this (second) thought. They loved the human beings, lived with them and talked about them spreading the message of peace and love; eventually spreading Islam all over the India.

    We shouldn’t let the beauty distract us from the path of Allah. But should appreciate the beauty of Allah’s creatures, remembering Him. As Prophet (PBUH) said,

    “That person will not enter Paradise who hath one atom of pride in his heart.” And a man present said, “Verily, a man is fond of having good clothes, and good shoes.” Muhammad said, “God is Beauty and delighted in the beautiful; but pride is holding man in contempt.”

    Thank you again, for the beautiful blog.

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