|(1) Islaamic History||Hadhrat Mu’eenud Deen Chisti (RA)|
|Hadhrat Mu’eenud Deen Chisti (RA) was born in the Anghan town of Sajistan in the year 537 A.H. It is for this reason that he is sometimes referred to as Sajzi. He is the founder of the Chistiyyah school and had spent 20 years in the service of his mentor Hadhrat Uthmaan Haarooni (RA). He then proceeded to India after being appointed as a successor. India was then steeped in Kufr and Shirk and people were worshipping stones, trees, cows, and even dung. He travelled extensively throughout India to raise the call to the Oneness of Allaah and he took the message of Islaam throughout the land in his mission of Da’wah. As a result, thousand of people accepted Islaam and the cry of Allaahu Akbar could be heard throughout the country. The people themselves then carried the message forward to others. After continuously pursuing this effort of Da’wah for almost half a century, Hadhrat Mu’eenud Deen F eventually passed away at the age of 90 in the year 627 A.H. and he is buried in Ajmer.|
|(2) Allaah’s Power||The kangaroo|
|The kangaroo is an animal resembling the rabbit, but larger in size, close to the height of a human being. Its forelegs are small, but the hindlegs are large and powerful. It has a long and powerful tail upon which it is able to sit. The unique feature if this animal is that it has a pouch on its abdomen in which it places its newborn children, which measure only an inch at birth and cannot even open its eyes. Despite this, they are able to grab at the hairs of the mother’s body and hop into the pouch, where they drink milk and grow. The babies spend most of their time in the pouch, being carried about by the mother, who feeds them and keeps them safe. It is only by the immense power of Allaah that these creatures are able to find their way to the pouch and grow up here.|
|(3) A Fardh||The husband is obliged to see to his wife’s expenses|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said, “It is Waajib (compulsory) for you to provide food and clothing for your wives according to your means.”
[Muslim 2950, from Hadhrat Jaabir (RA) ]
|(4) A Sunnah||Words of Du’aa are to be repeated thrice|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) preferred to repeat the words of Du’aa and Istighfaar thrice.
[Abu Dawood 1524, from Hadhrat Baraa (RA)]
|(5) An Important Act and its Virtue||Reciting Surah Dukhaan on Friday nights|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said that when a person recites Surah Dukhaan on a Friday, seventy thousand angels are deputed to seek forgiveness for him and all his sins are forgiven.
[Tirmidhi 2888-9, from Hadhrat Abu Hurayrah (RA)]
|(6) A Sin||Taking a loan with the intention of not repaying it|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said, “When a person takes a loan from another with the intention of not repaying it, he will meet Allaah (on the Day of Qiyaamah) as a thief.”
[Ibn Maajah 2410, from Hadhrat Suhayb (RA)]
|(7) This World||This world will come to an end|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said, “A person keeps saying, ‘My wealth! My wealth!’ whereas the only three things that really belong to him are:
Everything else will come to an end and will be left behind for others.”
[Muslim 7422, from Hadhrat Abu Hurayrah (RA)]
|(8) The Aakhirah||The Day of Qiyaamah|
|Allaah says in the Qur’aan, “Verily, the (time for the) Day of Judgement has been fixed (already determined). (It will be) The day when the trumpet will be blown and you will come (to the Plain of Reckoning) in large groups (grouped according to beliefs and actions). The sky will be opened and will become (like) many doors (for the angels to make their entry). The mountains will be made to fly (about like flakes of wool) and will be (finally) reduced to dust”.
[Surah Naba, verses 17-20]
|(9) Cures from the Qur’aan and Rasulullaah (SAW)||Treating joint pains with figs|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) advised the use of figs to treat piles and joint pains.
[Kanzul Ummaal 28276, from Hadhrat Abu Dharr (RA)]
|(10) Qur’aanic Advice|
|Allaah says in the Qur’aan, “Why is it that you do not spend in Allaah’s way (to please Allaah) when the inheritance of the heavens and the earth belongs to Him?”
[Surah Hadeed, verse 10]