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Last edited on 2011-08-12 11:24:22 by BlogSufi
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When a baby is born, the first day he may take from his mother's breast a little bit, the second day he may take more, the third day is coming more and more and more, coming for our physical beings. But there is a heavenly grant, a`taa, for a baby that comes more and more and more, as Allah Almighty likes. A mom is going to be happy when her child is growing and eating and drinking. However, the Lord of Heavens is going to be much more happy when His servant asks for heavenly grants. For our physical being that is nothing, but Allah Almighty is asking that we ask for more and more heavenly grants, which will never be similar to earthly grants; they are nothing (in comparison)!
Falamma ra'aynaahu akbarnaahu wa qata`na aydiyahunna. When they saw him, they glorified him (for his beauty) and (in their astonishment) they cut their hands. (Yusuf, 12:31)
wa qulna haasha lillaahi maa haadhaa basharaan in haadhaa illa malakun kareem. They said, "How perfect is Allah (or, 'Allah forbid')! No man is this! This is none other than a noble angel!" (Yusuf, 12:31)
They said, "He is not like common people!" Common peoples' interests are only for their physical being, but the Lord of Heavens opened a heavenly grant for those ladies, a kind of understanding that no one understood before them. They looked at Sayyidina Yusuf (a), saying, 'in haadhaa 'illaa malakun kareem. They were not looking at something physical to make them happy. They lost that grant; they changed and said, "He is not like other men, but he is malakun kareem, sent from Heavens. He is not from this world; he is something else! We lost our physical `ataa, grants, and now we are on a level looking. All of us left everything from this world and every pleasure that we have been granted for our physical being, and we are throwing them away and looking, in haadhaa illa malakun kareem!"
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When a baby is born, the first day he may take from his mother's breast a little bit, the second day he may take more, the third day is coming more and more and more,coming for our physical beings. But there is a heavenly grant, a`taa, for a baby that comes more and more and more, as Allah Almighty likes. A mom is going to be happy when her child is growing and eating and drinking. However, the Lord of Heavens is going to be much more happy when His servant asks for heavenly grants. For our physical being that is nothing, but Allah Almighty is asking that we ask for more and more heavenly grants, which will never be similar to earthly grants; they are nothing (in comparison)!
Falamma ra'aynaahu akbarnaahu wa qata`na aydiyahunna.
When they saw him, they glorified him (for his beauty) and (in their astonishment) they cut their hands. (Yusuf, 12:31)
wa qulna haasha lillaahi maa haadhaa basharaan in haadhaa illa malakun kareem.
They said, "How perfect is Allah (or, 'Allah forbid')! No man is this! This is none other than a noble angel!" (Yusuf, 12:31)
They said, "He is not like common people!" Common peoples' interests are only for their physical being, but the Lord of Heavens opened a heavenly grant for those ladies, a kind of understanding that no one understood before them.They looked at Sayyidina Yusuf (a), saying, 'in haadhaa 'illaa malakun kareem. They were not looking at something physical to make them happy. They lost that grant; they changed and said, "He is not like other men, but he is malakun kareem, sent from Heavens. He is not from this world; he is something else! We lost our physical `ataa, grants, and now we are on a level looking. All of us left everything from this world and every pleasure that we have been granted for our physical being, and we are throwing them away and looking, in haadhaa illa malakun kareem!"
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