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Movies Introductory Materials An Explanation of the Truth of Monotheism Author: Shaikh Salih al-Fawzaan Praise be to Allah, the Almighty, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the Universe, and peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, last of the Prophets, and upon all those who adhere to his example until the Day of Judgement. Faith is the foundation upon which the whole structure of nations is based. Therefore, the progress of each nation is dependent upon the maintenance of its faith and ideology. Thus, all Prophets (peace be upon them) have called for true faith. Every Prophet told his people from the very beginning, "Worship Allah, the Almighty. You have no other god but Him".(1) "We assuredly sent amongst every people an Apostle, (with the command), Serve Allah and eschew evil".(2) This is because Allah the Almighty created all people to worship Him alone and set up no associate to Him. "I have only created jinns and men that they may worship Me".(3) Worship is the exclusive right of Allah owed to Him by His creation mankind. Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) once said to Muath ibn Jabal (may Allah be pleased with him): "Do you know what duties and rights people have towards Allah'? The duty of mankind towards Allah is to worship Him and attribute no partner to Him. The right of mankind is that Allah will not torture those who do not attribute any partner to Him".(4) This right of worship is the foremost right of Allah owed to Him by His people. "Your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him." (5) "Say : Come, I will recite to you what Allah has really forbidden to you : Join not any-thing as equal with Allah".(6) This right has priority over all other rights because it is the foundation upon which all other precepts of the religion (of Islam) are based. Therefore, the Prophet (peace be upon him) during the thirteen years of his preaching in Makkah, constantly called upon people to observe this right of Allah and forbid any partner to Him. The Holy Quran in most of its verses, has confirmed this concept and negated any resemblance to Him. Every Muslim in his five daily prayers pledges to Allah to observe this right by saying, "You alone do we worship and only Your assistance do we seek". (7) This great right is referred to as the singleness of worship, deity or objective and purpose. This monotheism is ingrained in man's nature. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said "Every child is born with a (pure) innate character. His parents may turn him to become a Jew, a Christian or Mazdist" (8). Therefore, believing in the oneness of Allah is innate and original, whereas idolatry is spurious and unnatural. Man will deviate from the right path only because of false upbringing and surroundings. Allah the Almighty stated in the Holy Quran "Mankind was one single nation, and Allah sent messengers with glad tidings and warnings; and with them He sent the Book, in truth, to judge between people in matters wherein they differed".(9) Simarly, He, the Almighty, also stated in they Holy Quran "Mankind was but one nation, but differed later". (10) Moreover, Ibn Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him) said, "Ten centuries lapsed from Adam to Noah (peace be upon them and all people adhered to Islam during that perished". (11) Ibn-ulQaiyim, the learned scholar, commented on this by saying "This interpretation (by Ibn Abbas) of the above verse is correct."(12) He cited examples from the Holy Quran to support this idea an confirmed it in his commentary, "The Meaning of the Quran". The first incident of polytheism took place among the people of Noah when they exceeded the limits of respect for their saints and started worshipping them despite exhortation by their Prophets. As it is stated in the Holy Quran "And they have said (to each other), abandon not your gods : abandon neither Wadd for Suwa, neither Yaguth not Yauq".(13) Bukhari quoted Ibn Abbas as saying that "The above names were those of pious men among the people of Noah. When these pious men died, Satan suggested to the people of Noah that they erect statues of those pious men in their homes and call the statues by these pious men's names. Thus, people did so, but did not worship the statues. The statues, however, in later generations become idols to be worshipped." (14) Ibn-ul-Qaiyim said "Noah's people were led to idolatry because they aggrandized their dead by sculpturing their images. Such is the case with most idolaters." (15) Some were made to worship stars, as they believed that stars are influential elements in the universe. Later, they built shrines, appointed gate keepers and custodians and fixed offerings and rites for the stars. The same method still continues, apparently originating from the Sabians, the people of Abraham. Abraham (peace be upon him) argued with his people pointing out to them the falsehood of idolatry. He silenced them with arguments and shattered their idols. Consequently, his people demanded that he be set on fire. "We noticed that some people made statues of the moon, thinking that the moon controlled the world and, thus, deserved worship. The Magians, adherents of Mazdaism, worship fire; they make many shrines for it and appoint caretakers who do not allow the flame to die out for a single moment. Some groups worship water, believing that it is the origin and source of everything. Other groups worship animals, like horses or cows. Others have worshipped men, alive or dead, while still others have worshipped jinn, trees or angel.(16) From the above, we can learn the following 1 - Hanging pictures on walls and setting up statues and sculptured images lead people to idolatry because excessive exaltation of these pictures and statues develops into a belief that they bring good and prevent harm, as evidenced in the example of thepeople of Noah. 2 - Satan is bent on deceiving mankind. He will try every trick to exploit man's sentiments. When Satan observed among the people of Noah their emotional liking forpious people, he tempted them to exceed their love and finally made them placethose people's statues in their dwellings in order to make them stray from the rightpath. 3 - Not only does Satan try to deceive the present generation, he also keeps his eye onthe future generations. When he could not plunge the present generation of thepeople of Noah into idolatry, he anticipated the coming generation to be misled and set a trap for it. 4 - Negligence must not be shown toward evil, but it must be eradicated and all its doorsmust be closed. 5 - The presence of diligent and learned men is a blessing because Satan can deceive the people after the learned men among them had passed away. KINDS OF BELIEF IN THE ONENESS OF ALLAH Belief in the Oneness of Allah is of two kinds 1) belief in the Oneness of Allah in the sense that He, alone, has created the whole universe, and 2) belief that He, alone, manages its affairs. He, alone, causes life and death, and He, alone, brings good and drives away evil. Such belief in the Oneness of Allah is universal and fundamental and there can be no disputes over it. Even' idolaters themselves confessed it as mentioned in the Holy Quran, "Say : who is it that sustains you (in life) from the sky and from earth? Or who is it that has power over hearing and sight? And what is it that brings the living from the dead and the dead from the living? And who is it that rules and regulates all affairs? They will soon say, Allah. Say : Will you not then show piety to Him'' (17) There are similar verses in the Holy Quran which clearly state that idolaters have been admitting to this kind of Oneness of Allah but yet, they have denied the Oneness of Allah in the sense of worship. Idolaters knew that this requires that Allah the Almighty be worshipped alone, and that He, alone, be invoked for any need or assistance. This is clearly reflected in the article of faith, ''There is no god but Allah". This means that all worship is owed only to Allah, alone. Therefore, when the Prophet (peace by upon him) asked the pagans of Makkah to say these words, they refused by saying, "Has he made the gods (all) into one ilaah (god)? Truly this is a strange thing!"(18) The idolaters realized that whoever uttered these words would nullify homage to all except Allah. These words would prove that worship is owed to Allah Alone. A close look at the Arabic word "ilah" means one who is venerated and worshipped. Worship includes all visible or invisible words or deeds for the pleasure of Allah. Therefore, whoever said these words, and continued to invoke other than Allah, would surely contradict himself. Hence, we notice both kinds of belief in this oneness of Allah are correlated. Thus a person who believes in the Oneness of the Creator and Sustainer of the universe has to worship Him alone and refrain from associating any partner with Him of any sort whatsoever. All the prophets asked their people to submit themselves to Allah alone. Allah Almighty said, "That is Allah, your Lord!. There is no god but He, the Creator of all things. Then worship Him, and He has power to dispose of all affairs." (19) He, the Almighty has also stated in the Holy Quran "If indeed, you ask them who is it that created the heavens and the earth, they would be sure to say, 'Allah'. Say : See you then the things that you invoke besides Allah? Can they, if Allah wills some penalty for me, remove His penalty ? Or if He will some grace for me, can they keep back His grace ?" (20) This acknowledgment of Allah's unity as the only Cherisher and Sustainer of the universe is deeply rooted in the nature of mankind No one disputes it. Even idolaters admit this fact. No one is known among the various sects of the world to have negated this fact except the atheists, who believe in the materialistic doctrine. They say that the world proceeds by itself without anyone to rule or regulate its affairs. Allah the Almighty has said, "And they (the atheists) say : What is there but our life in this world ? We shall die and we live, and nothing but time can destory us." So Allah said to them, "But of that they have no knowledge : they merely conjecture" (21) It is evident that their denial of Allah is based on a mere assumption and they have no proof. Hypothetical conclusions do not help in guiding to the right path. Therefore, they had no answer to the word of Allah. Allah said, "Were they created of nothing, or were they themselves the creators ? or did they create the heavens and the earth ? No, they have no firm belief." (22) They also have no answer for the statement of Allah, the Almighty in the Holy Quran "Such is the creation of Allah : Now show Me what is there that others besides Him have created." (23) "Say : Do you see what it is you invoke besides Allah ? Show me what it is they created on earth, or have they a share in the heavens?" (24) Those who pretend to deny this unity of Allah in fact confess it in their hearts as Pharoah did. Allah Almighty said, "Moses said to Pharoah, "You know well that these things have been sent down by none but the Lord of the heavens and the earth." (25) Allah, the Almighty stated also about Pharoah and his people "And they rejected those signs in iniquity and arrogance , though their souls were convinced there of." (26) He, the Almighty said about previous nations : "Remember, also, the Ad and the Thamud (people) Clearly will appear to you from (the traces) of their buildings (their fate) Satan made their deeds alluring to them and kept them back from the path, though they were gifted with the intelligence and skill." (27) Thus we notice that there has never been any group denying the Oneness of Allah in the sense that He alone is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe. Magians (adherents of Mazdaism) believe in two gods, light as creator of virtue and darkness as creator of vice. They believe that the original one is light and darkness is casual resulting of it, and that light is superior to darkness. Similarly, Christians who believe in the trinity agree that the Creator of the world is one. They say that "God, the father" is superior, but they cannot prove the separate gods. We conclude that the Oneness of Allah as Creator and Sustainer of the world is unanimously accepted. Very seldom do we hear of a group making others as separate to Allah in this particular sense. But acknowledgement of Allah as the sole Sustainer of the world is not enough to become a Muslim. It is essential that this belief be substantiated with practice, i.e. to worship Allah, Alone, without invoking others for help. Pagans, particularly Arab infidels, acknowledge Allah as the sole Creator and Sustainer, but they can not be regarded as Muslims unless they substantiate this belief with practice, i.e., to worship Allah alone. If we look into the verses of the Holy Quran, we see that they call for the Oneness of Allah in worship. The various verses of the Quran tell us that unbelievers acknowledge Allah as the Only Sustainer of the universe, but their deeds do not conform to their belief. Therefore, they are admonished to confirm the oneness of Allah in their worship and in their deeds. Allah Almighty said, "O you people ! Adore your Guardian Lord Who Created you and those who came before you that you may have the chance to learn righteousness; Who has made the earth your couch, and the heavens your canopy : and sent down rain from the heavens; and brought forth there-with fruits for your sustenance; then set not up rivals unto Allah when you know (the truth)" (28) which was the first command to people in the Holy Quran by Allah, the Almighty. We often find in the Holy Quran a call to the Oneness of Allah in worship. Simultaneously, the Holy Quran clarifies all doubts cast around this Oneness. In every chapter, virtually in every verse, this call for the Oneness of Allah is repeated. This is because the Holy Quran continuously informs its reader about Allah, His Names, His Attnbutes and His Characteristics, all reflecting his Oneness as the Creator and Sustainer, or when the Holy Quran calls people to worship Him alone and refrain from worshipping anything or anyone besides Him. This is the Oneness in worship. Then the Holy Quran informs people about Allah's grace in this life and His subsequent reward in the Hereafter for those who adhere to this Oneness totally. It also warns people about the punishment for idolaters in this world and the Hereafter. The Holy Quran also outlines the laws and commands of Allah, since Allah, alone, is the sole legislative power. This is the true manifestation of the Oneness of Allah. This Oneness, with all its implications, is contained in the saying, "There is no god but Allah." It negates divine power from all and confirms it with Allah, the One and Only God. This, also, implies a "pledge of allegiance" to Allah and rejection of any partner to Him in any form. The Holy Qur an mentions the statement of Abraham (peace be upon him), "I do indeed clear myself of what you worship. I worship only Him who made me and He will certainly guide me." (29) Such has been the course of all the prophets who were sent by Allah. Allah the Almighty said "We assuredly sent amongst every people an apostle with the command, Serve Allah and eschew evil." (30) He, the Almighty also said "Whoever rejects evil and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy hand-hold that never breaks". (31) Therefore, whoever has said "There is no god but Allah" has disavowed himself from worshipping anything other than Allah, and he has committed himself to worshipping Allah solely. In saying these words, he undertakes a pledge. "Then anyone who violates his oath, does so to the harm of his own soul. And anyone who fulfils what has been covenanted to Allah, Allah will soon grant his a great reward." (32) It is clear now that "There is no god but Allah" is a declaration to worship the one and only God, e.g. Allah because (Allah) means deity, and therefore no one deserves to be worshipped except Allah. And whoever has uttered these words knowing their meaning and acting upon that meaning (negating idolatry and confirming the Oneness of Allah as the sole Creator as well as the only one to be worshipped), in addition to having adopted them in letter and spirit, can be regarded as a true Muslim. One who has uttered these words and practised their meanings in public, but without accepting them in his heart, is a hypocrite. One who uttered these words with his tongue, but acted against their meaning through committing idolatry, is an unbeliever, even if he uttered these words more than once as in the case of those who adorn tombs, for although they utter these words they do so without understanding their meaning.

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Here, just like in my website I will keep a place for my Hispanic sisters and brothers, who will like to aquire knowledge. Esta seccion es para los Musulmanes que hablan espano y que les gustaria aprender mas hacerca de Islam. LOS PRINCIPIOS DE LA SALAFIYYAH La Da'wah Salafi con respecto a los otros Jamaa'ahs Autor: Shaikh Naasir ud-Deen al-Albaanee Article ID: SLF020002 Traduccion al español: Issa Al Meksiki Para: Diré una palabra verdadera después de lo cual ningun musulman puede discutir después de que la verdad le aparezca .Primeramente, el da'wah Salafee ¿ a que es una atribucion? ' Salafi ' es un ascripcion a los ' Salaf ' (precursores piadosos), así que tenemos que saber quiénes son los Salaf y luego qué significa esta ascripcion y su importancia en lo que concierne a su significado e implicación. Los Salaf son la gente de las primeras tres generaciones de quienes el Mensajero de Allaah (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) declaró ser buenas en el hadeeth auténtico y mutawaatir registrado al- Bukhaari y Muslim y otros de un grupo de los Compañeros que él dijo: "La mejor de la gente es la de mi generación, después los que vienen después de ellos, despues los que vengan después de ellos", es decir las primeras tres generaciones. Asi los Salafis se unen ellos mismos a los Salaf , y si sabemos el significado de 'Salaf ' y de 'Salafi ' entonces debemos llevar dos cosas en mente. Que esta union no es a una sola persona o a mas personas, tal como es el caso con otros Jamaa'ahs presentes en el mundo musulmán. Esto no es una union a una persona o a docenas de gente, sino a lo que no contiene error, puesto que es imposible que los Salaf se unieran sobre el error, en comparación con la gente de las ultimas epocas, puesto que con respecto a las generaciones más últimas, no hay texto que habla en su favor. Mas bien, en general, se habla mal de ellos al final del hadeeth anterior: "Entonces vendrá una gente que da testimonio y su testimonio no ha sido solicitado...", y en el otro ahaadeeth se encuentra que : "un grupo de mi Ummah no dejará de estar sobre la verdad..." Esto es un elogio para ellos pero una censura del resto puesto que el elogio está para un grupo pequeño particular. Lingüísticamente, 'Taa'ifah ' se utiliza para referir a una sola persona o más. Así pues si entendemos este significado de los 'Salafees' y que ellos mismos se unen a los Salaf - y que si el musulmán se aferra a aquello sobre lo que los Salaf estaban - entonces aquí llegamos al segundo asunto: Que después de que se entienda esto, no es posible para ningun musulman mas que ser Salafi, puesto que hemos entendido que uniendose uno mismo a los Salaf uno se ha unido a lo que no puede errar. Esto esta tomado del hadeeth: "Mi Ummah no se unirá sobre error" , y no es correcto referir esto a la gente de las últimas epocas; los presentes hoy. En adicion a esto está el ahaadeeth referente a lo qué sucedio a la gente anterior - los judíos y los cristianos - y qué acontecerá a los musulmanes, con respecto a dividirse en sectas, que dice: "Los judíos se dividen en setenta y una sectas y los cristianos en setenta y dos, y mi Ummah se dividira en setenta y tres sectas. Todas están en el fuego excepto una." Los Compañeros dijeron, "¿Quiénes son ellos, oh Mensajero de Allaah (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)?" Él (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) contesto "Ellos son el Jamaa'ah." Esto demuestra a quién se refiereen el hadeeth anterior "Mi Ummah no se unirá sobre el error" puesto que ellos son la secta salvada, junto con los que tienen su misma actitud y los siguen. Esos Salafus-Saalihin son de los que Allaah nos ha advertido contra mantener oposición a ellos o contra seguir una manera distinta de la suya , diciendo: " A quien se separe del Enviado después de habérsele manifestado claramente la Dirección y siga un camino diferente del de los creyentes, le abandonaremos en la medida que él abandone y le arrojaremos a la gehena. ¡Mal fin...! " [ Suratun-Nisaa aayah 115] He precisado muchas veces a nuestros hermanos la sabiduría de nuestro Señor uniendo en este aayah ' el seguimiento de una manera (way) distinta de la de los creyentes' a 'la oposición a el Mensajero', cuanta es la sabiduría en esto, ya que aun si el aayah no contuviera la parte sobre el seguimiento de una manera distinta de la de los creyentes, entonces la primera parte sobre la 'oposición al Mensajero' (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) habría sido bastante para que la persona mereciera el mal final mencionado. Sin embargo, no es posible que la segunda parte no tenga ninguna relevancia, y buscamos refugio en Allaah de tal cosa. Su sabiduría es demostrada por Imaam Ash-Shaafí'i usándola como prueba de Ijmaa' - significando: 'El que toma una manera distinta de la de los Compañeros ' - quiénes no estan sobre el error - y ellos y los que los sigan a ellos son el Jamaa'ah que el Mensajero de Allaah (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) declaró que eran la secta salvada. Son aquellos a los cuales no esta permitido oponerse - para quién desee ser salvado del castigo de Allaah en el Día de la Resurreccion. Por lo tanto los musulmanes tienen que estar hoy enterados, ¿ quienes son los musulmanes mencionados en este aayah? Y entonces, ¿ cuál es la sabiduría en lo que quiere decir Allaah de los Salafus-Saalih y los que los sigan ? La respuesta ha precedido y es, en resumen , que fueron los Compañeros quienes estaban presentes cuando descendio la Revelación, y que la tomaron directamente de la boca del Mensajero (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam). Vieron al Mensajero (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) viviendo entre ellos siguiendo los preceptos revelados del Qur'aan, muchos de los cuales fueron explicados por sus (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) dichos. Sin embargo, las ultimas gentes no tiene esta excelencia -que oyeran el Qur'aan y la Sunnah directo de su boca - ni vieron cómo él (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) siguió los textos del Qur'aan y la Sunnah en su práctica, y de la sabiduría es su (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) dicho: "Ser informado no es como verlo por uno mismo." Asi los que no le vieron no son como sus Compañeros que lo vieron y oyeron sus palabras directamente y vieron cómo actuaba. Hay hoy un dicho muy agradable por el que alguna gente son distinguidos - pero sería más agradable si fuera puesto en práctica. Dicen en sus discursos y conferencias, "esta sobre nosotros hacer que el Islaam tome forma práctica sobre la tierra." Sin embargo, si no entendemos el Islaam, y lo entendemos según la comprensión de los Salafus-Saalih, no podemos poner este dicho en práctica. Pero los que podían hacer eso eran los Compañeros del Mensajero (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) debido a los dos motivos que hemos mencionado: a) Que oyeron sus palabras directamente y por lo tanto su retención de ellas es mejor que la nuestra; b) Hay asuntos que necesitan explicación por medio de su (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) accion, y ellos vieron esto. Les daré un ejemplo muy claro. Hay algunos aayaahs en el Qur'aan que un musulmán no puede entender a menos que él conozca la Sunnah, que explica el Noble Qur'aan, como Allaah ta'aalaa dice: WA ANZALNAA ILAIKADH-DHIKRA LITUBAYYINA LINNAASI MAA NUILA ILAYHIM (Te hemos revelado el Recuerdo para que puedas explicar a la gente lo qué les ha sido revelado). y el dicho de Allaah ta'aala: AS-SAARIQU WAS SAARIQATU FAAQTA'OO AIDEEHIMAA. (El ladrón y la ladrona: Cortad sus manos). Mostremos a Seebawaih (gran erudito de la lengua árabe de épocas tempranas) de esta edad y dejemoslo explicar este aayah. Sabio del lenguaje que no podrá definir el 'saariq' (ladrón) ni el 'yad' (la mano). ¿Quién es el ladrón cuya 'yad' debe ser cortada? ¿Cuál es la 'yad' que debe ser cortada? ¡Él no puede contestar! Según el lenguaje cualquier persona que roba incluso un huevo es un ladrón, y la 'yad' alcanza hasta el hombro. La respuesta esta en el aayah previamente mencionada : WA ANZALNAA ILAIKADH-DHIKRA . La respuesta se encuentra en la explicación del Mensajero (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) para el Qur'aan. Esa explicación se encuentra en la práctica - para esto y para muchos otros aayaahs. Él que lee la 'ciencia del Usool' encuentra que hay ' General y Particular ', 'Sin Restricción y Restricto' y textos 'de Abrogación' y textos 'Abrogados '- palabras comprensivas bajo las cuales vienen decenas sino cientos de textos, textos generales restringidos por la Sunnah - y no puedo prolongar esto más para contestar al resto de las preguntas. Photobucket

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Wafiyyah A~Rah

03-02-2009 12:12:09

Salaams Sister Khadijah! jus wanted to leave ya another comment,masha`Allah!Take care & Love you for the Sake of Allah{SWT} ma salaama
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02-16-2009 10:51:24

wa Alaikum Salaam waRahmat`Allah waBarakatuhu.Alhamdulillah! all is well sis,i cant complain,masha`Allah.It`s always good to hear from you,masha`Allah! I pray all is well with you and your family too,& I pray Allah{SWT}bless you with many Barakats,insha`Allah for your kind acts! Take care sis and stay kind in heart mind & soul!...Love you for the sake of Allah{SWT}. ma salaama

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01-13-2008 3:35:32 salam sis & tnx for ur comment! may Allah bless u & ur family! wishing u the best:)

01-13-2008 10:38:05

AS SALAAMU ALAYKUM NUBIAN QUEEN. THANK YOU FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PHOTO OF ONE OF OUR NUBIAN QUEENS. THIS SIGNPhotobucket MEANS CIRCLE OF LIFE. EMBRACE OUR RICH RACE AND HAVE A BLESS CIRCLE OF LIFE MEETING OUR BEAUTIFUL NABIAN KINGS AND QUEENS. HERE'S A POEM CALLED "circle of love" We have moved in circles. We have danced from the east to the west. We have crawled from the south to the north. We learned to dance the dance of lust to echo the songs of love. We were taught the values and need of good fruit, But, we couldn't hold on in midst of the turbulent, evil winds. We were fortified by the walls of our own will. Freely given the powers of choice, as keys to golden gate of promises. Like the giant eagles surrounds her chicks with love and care, we are guided by a sea of love. Like the moon is guarded by the standing stars, so we are shielded in the circle of love. We are held and nurtured from the womb to the present. We experience the songs of love differently from the sides of the circle. We feel the touch of love, like the sea's wind, caressing us. Despite the past and the scary moments we embraced to get to where we are, we have been blessed. The mountains would not have towered so high, were it not for the valleys. So, we wouldn't have come this far without the winds of love. Despite the killer jaws and crushing claws of evil, the nature's love has never eluded us. Close your eyes, look around, feel the sun, the moon, the wind and count your blessings of love. No matter what you feel, no matter what you see in your mirror, stay in the circle and love with all your might... like tomorrow without end. Circle of love. CONTINUE TO LEARN ABOUT THYSELF AND THY ROOTS.

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Salam Sister Khadijah. Hope you are doing well. Thank you for the add. have a great weekend! :-)

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Just stopping by to give Salaams and to keep in touch, Al-Hamdu Lillah. Have a nice day, Masha Allah.

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