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[Slideshare]tazdzkirah ramadhan-2012- #part 3 - seeking goodending in all affairs - (12-august-2012)

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SERIES OF TALK
For “MABUHAY CLUB”
“Lessons to learn from the Divine program in Ramadhan”

(part # 3)

IMPORTANT TO BE ATTAINED IN RAMADHAN : “SEEKING FOR THE GOOD ENDING IN ALL OUR AFFAIRS"

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[Slideshare]tazdzkirah ramadhan-2012- #part 3 - seeking goodending in all affairs - (12-august-2012)

  1. 1. TADZKIRAH RAMADHAN - 2012 IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, MOST COMPASSIONATE, MOST MERCIFUL. SERIES OF TALK For “MABUHAY CLUB” “Lessons to learn from the Divine program in Ramadhan” PART # 3 12 AUGUST 2012 (SUNDAY) 23 RAMADHAN 1433 H BY: 5 PM @ THE GALAXY USTAZ ZHULKEFLEE HJ ISMAIL DARUL ARQAM SINGAPORE SINGAPURA Muslim Converts Assn. Spore GEYLANG, CHANGI ROADAll Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  2. 2. “O YOU who have attained to faith (IIMAN)! Fasting is ordained for you as it was ordained for those before you, so that you might learn self-restraint (being conscious and fear Allah - TAQWA):” (Qur’an: Baqarah: 2: 185)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  3. 3. “Allah wills that you shall have ease, and does not will you to suffer hardship; but [He desires] that you complete the number [of days required ], and that you extol Allah for His having guided you aright , and that you render your thanks [unto Him] – TASH-KURUN – (SHAKUR).” (Qur’an: Baqarah: 2: 185)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
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  5. 5. “O YOU who have attained to faith! Shall I point out to you a bargain that will save you from grievous suffering [in this world and in the life to come]? You are to believe in Allah and His Messenger, and to strive hard in Allahs cause with your possessions and your lives: this is for your own good - if you but knew it! [If you do so,] He will forgive you your sins, and [in the life to come] will admit you into gardens through which running waters flow, and into goodly mansions in [those] gardens of perpetual bliss: that [will be] the triumph supreme!” (Qur’an: Saff: 61: 10-12)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  6. 6. “But as for those who strive hard (JAAHADU) in Our cause -We shall most certainly guide them onto paths that lead unto Us: for, behold, Allah is indeed with the doers of good.“ (Qur’an: Ankabut: 29: 69)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  7. 7. ALLAA-HUM-MAJ –’AL - KHAI-RA – ‘UM-RI – AA-KHI-RA-HU, WA - KHAI-RA – ‘AMALI - KHA-WAA – TI – MA -HU, WAJ - ’AL- KHAI - RA – AY-YAA - MI – YAU-MA – LI-QAA- IK “O Allah! Make the best of my life to be in the ending stage of living; and make the best of my deeds to be in the closing of my deeds; and make the best of my Days to be the Day (in Hereafter when) I (return to) meet You (with a clean heart)”All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  8. 8. ALLAA-HUM-MA- WA-MAA – QO - DwAI-TA – LANAA – MIN –’AM-REE FAJ - ’AL – ‘AA - QI - BA –TA-HU – RA – SHA - DAA YAA – AR – HAMAR – RAA- HI- MEEN “O Allah! Whatever You have decreed for us (in all our affairs in our life), make its ending to be good (guided aright by Your Guidance). O (Allah) You Who is the Most Merciful of those who show Mercy!”All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  9. 9. ROB-BA-NAA – LAA-TU-ZIGH –QU - LUU-BA-NAA – BA’-DA – IDZ- HA- DAI – TA -NAA – WA – HAB –LA-NAA – MIN -LA-DUN-KA -ROH-MA-TA – IN-NA-KA - AN-TAL – WAH- HAA-B "Our Lord! let not our hearts deviate now after Thou hast guided us, but grant us mercy from Thee: for Thou art the Grantor of bounties without measure.” ( Qur’an: Aali ‘imran: 3: 8)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
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  11. 11. ‘CUSTOMARY’ DEVOTEES This made up mostly of children and perhaps adults too who lack knowledge (‘ILM) and they may practice Islam not so much out of true conviction, but only because all others around him are doing so. More out of the accepted ‘Malay’ custom. Although they know that they are fasting, yet the real lessons,the opportunity to gain great merit and reward throughout Ramadhan escapes them. Not that Allah wants to deprive them of many of His Blessings, but it is they, due to their own neglect and heedlessness, who caused their own loss.All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  12. 12. “This, because Allah would never change the blessings with which He has graced a people unless they change their inner selves: and [know] that Allah is all-Hearing, all-Seeing.” (Qur’an: Al- Anfal : 8:53)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  13. 13. ‘CUSTOMARY’ DEVOTEES If they persist without being guided, or advised, or shown through the better example by their family and peers whom they are with, then they may be subjected to further negative traits. This may affect their ‘mood’ and ‘attitude’ which colour their perception (or rather misperception) of what Ramadhan is all about. The media, the trend-setter, the sales pitch, the commercialisation of Ramadhan etc. may replaced what should be ( IIMAN) Faith as their motivation and (IHTISAABAN) expecting Allah’s acceptance, as their attitude.All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  14. 14. ‘CUSTOMARY’ DEVOTEES Rather than to regard ‘Ramadhan’ as something seasonal, we must correct this wrong attitude. Ramadhan in fact can be liken to a “Madrasah (school)”. Surely every year we should progress to higher levels of attainment. Unfortunately many seem contented to remain stagnated at ‘kindergarten’ level each time, without any real assessment of achievement, but merely based upon attendance. Thus, year in year out, no progress nor incremental level is attained. When in our school-system, would we allow our children to be like that? would not this be a very wrong thing to do?All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  15. 15. ‘CUSTOMARY’ DEVOTEES This can lead some Muslims to be resentful of the ‘fasting’ and other devotions (‘IBADAH ) in Ramadhan itself, being obsessed only to chase after the ‘festivities’ and ‘light-up’ and ‘bazaar’ and the gatherings with celebrities and other ‘worldly’ attraction, etc. Hypocrisy (NIFAQ) may afflict this group whose criteria for liking RAMADHAN is the connection to the festival (Hari Raya). Their observance of fasting may be like as ‘prisoners’ undergoing temporary incarceration; or one fasting with ‘vengeance’ bottling up desires to be ‘unleashed’ rather than to be effectively ‘tamed’.All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  16. 16. THE ‘DISTRACTED’ Some of us may start our Ramadhan well since we may possess knowledge. Yet, our theoretical Islamic knowledge may be inadequate to prepare us to know that there are ‘practices’ commonly done in our society (trends, customs etc.) which in fact are contrary to the spirit of Ramadhan itself. Do not assume that what is done by Muslims, even by the majority, are automatically what Islam teaches. Such careless assumption may cause us to be distracted from achieving the true purpose of Ramadhan, into following agendas set by others in Ramadhan.All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  17. 17. THE ‘DISTRACTED’ “And do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge. Indeed, the hearing, the sight and the heart - about all those [one] will be questioned.” (Qur’an: Isra’: 17: 36)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  18. 18. THE ‘DISTRACTED’All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  19. 19. THE ‘DISTRACTED’ “And keep yourself patient [by being] with those who call upon their Lord in the morning and the evening, seeking His countenance. And let not your eyes pass beyond them, desiring adornments of the worldly life, and do not obey one whose heart We have made heedless of Our remembrance and who follows his desire and whose affair is ever [in] neglect.” (Qur’an: Kahfi: 18: 28)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  20. 20. THE ‘DISTRACTED’ As Ramadhan is a “month of being put to test”, within it there are countless challenges, temptations, distractions, diversion, deviations etc. Therefore, we need to always be on guard, vigilant and remain focus on what we are suppose to attain to in this month. So be in the company of the learned and righteous Muslims. In this last week of Ramadhan, we can still amend ourselves or be corrected again to re-focus and guided back upon the right path. Allah’s intends for His mercy and forgiveness to reach all Muslims to be freed from the Hell-fire. Just come back to Him!All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  21. 21. Say, "O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful.“ (Qur’an: Zumar: 39: 53)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  22. 22. “And return [in repentance] to your Lord and submit to Him before the punishment comes upon you; then you will not be helped.” (Qur’an: Zumar: 39: 54)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  23. 23. “And follow the best of what was revealed to you from your Lord before the punishment comes upon you suddenly while you do not perceive,” (Qur’an: Zumar: 39: 55)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  24. 24. THE ‘IMPATIENT’ – OR THE ‘LACKING IN STAMINA’ Many of us perhaps belong to this category. It is in the last lap that many may “drop our guard”, or give in complacency and are impatient thinking only of the Eid (Hari Raya celebration). Actually we forget that the test is not over yet. This last lap (week) in fact is very crucial – it can “ make or break”. Thus our Prophet , his Household and companion exemplified this in the Sunnah of I’TIKAF (“retreat”) and intensifying the personal devotions.All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  25. 25. THE ‘IMPATIENT’ – OR THE ‘LACKING IN STAMINA’ When we analyse all acts of devotions taught in Islam, its general teachings about life - it is in the ending part of many forms of ‘ibadah - that it teaches us to increase the intensity of our devotion to Allah. It does not really matter much that we may have made many mistakes, being careless, lazy and weak at the beginning – for it is in the ending part that really counts. After all, it is not through our effort that ultimately saves us, but through our sincere intention and true resolve seeking Allah’s Mercy and Acceptance towards us; our belief and trust of Allah’s Beneficence.All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  26. 26. THOSE WHO SEEK AND GRANTED GUIDANCEAll Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  27. 27. THOSE WHO SEEK AND GRANTED GUIDANCE “Whoever fast in Ramadhan, with IIMAN (Faith, conviction) and with IHTISAABAN (full accountability; reflection; content with expecting recompense from Allah in Hereafter) – then all his previous sins are Forgiven” (Hadith reported by Bukhary)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  28. 28. “My Sustainer (Lord)! ! Inspire me so that I may forever be grateful for those blessings of Thine with which Thou hast graced me and my parents, and that I may do what is right [in a manner] that will please Thee; and include me, by Thy grace, among Thy righteous servants (SwOLIHEEN)!” (Qur’an: Naml: 27: 19)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
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  30. 30. “O my Sustainer (Lord)! Inspire me so that I may forever be grateful for those blessings of Thine with which Thou hast graced me and my parents, and that I may doAll Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012) what is right
  31. 31. IMPORTANT TO BE ENGAGED IN NOW REMEMBER, ONE OF THE CRITERIA OF BEING GRATEFUL IS IN KNOWING THE VALUE OF BESTOWALS ALREADY GIVEN.All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  32. 32. This list is not exhaustive, but only my personal reflection as to what Ramadhan teaches me as a MuslimAll Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  33. 33.  TA-’AH (Obedience) and ADAB (Decorum) Reminder of our covenant (SHAHADAHTAIN); and that we have to “walk the talk.” A Muslim is one who obeys Allah and His Messenger – not privately but if need be openly, to dare to show who we are without being apologetic. A Muslim is one who has ADAB, most importantly to place Allah and the Prophet’s command above all else. In Ramadhan, many aspects of our life has to be re-orientated and put in its proper order.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  34. 34.  NIYYAT WAL IKHLASW (Intention and Sincerity) Ramadhan teaches us that any act (‘AMAL), to be regarded as acts of merit acceptable to Allah, it must be with a resolve and sincere intention for Allah’s sake. Verbalizing to oneself, with knowledge and clear purpose of what we are about to do, is indeed important towards forming strong resolve and determination towards success of any endeavor. Despite the obvious uncertainty, yet by relying upon our faith (IIMAN) in Allah, Whom we seek to please and Who alone can grant us the TAUFIQ (success) we strive and face the ordeal of fasting. It is after all, done as a test of our Faith and faithfulness.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  35. 35.  SAHUR (Preparation – physical & spiritual) This teaches us the necessity for preparation before embarking upon whatever cause. Preparations are both physical and spiritual. The time for such is best made especially during occasions whence other people may be resting. Especially we are taught of the blessed time for spiritual preparation seeking Divine help is through making DU’A (supplication) and MUNAJAT (intimate whispering) just before Dawn. Knowledge of this is not merely taught theoretically, but in Ramadhan we are made to learn and experience it practically. And the sheer ease which many of us have experienced, boost our confidence that we can indeed do it even after Ramadhan.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  36. 36.  IMSAK (Abstention) Essentially, fasting is “IMSAK ” – abstaining from everything which Allah has forbidden us to do. Therefore in requires us to take charge and be in control over our desires. Thus, to be truly MUSLIM, we have to have the power to rein in and discipline our base desires – submitting our will to the will of Allah. Many people do not know how to say “No!” to evil and wrongdoing. Fasting in Ramadhan, effectively teaches us that in fact WE CAN DO IT! Even to curtail our basic needs which, normally outside fasting, are ‘Halal’. Ramadhan is the proof. And the fact is, for us Muslims what Allah has forbidden ( HARAM) are very few as compared to what He made lawful ( HALAL).All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  37. 37.  SWOLAH WA QIYYAM (Worship – personal night devotion) This being the Pillar ofour religion (IMAD-DU ADDEEN), is very much enhanced during Ramadhan, more than any other month. Congregational prayer in mosques, should become the norm in the community and ought to be reasserted. Night worship and spiritual retreat are revived and be inculcated throughout the month such that it can become ingrained as a community activity, that Muslims are to be the most worshipful people on earth – “they bow and prostrate and their faces glow with traces of (wudhu’ and) prostration”All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  38. 38.  TILAWAH - TADABBUR (Companionship with Al-Qur’an) In Ramadhan without fail, the Qur’an take centre stage. Muslims would inevitably be made to listen and experience the recitations of it in SWOLAH TARAWIH, TILAWAH and TADBBUR, from accomplished Qur’an reciters (MUQRI’ / QARI) and even by HUFFAZ (Those who memorize the Qur’an in its entirety). With satellite technology, the prayer in Masjidil Haram (Makkah) is beamed worldwide. This inspires many to focus upon embarking upon reciting and reading of portions of the Qur’an as a daily routine. Lectures, tadzkirah, commentaries by scholars would instill realization that the Qur’an is indeed the book of Guidance.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  39. 39.  MUJAAHADAH (Striving with utmost - exertion) Contrary to what some may think as though life ought to become relaxed, Ramadhan is the month in which Muslims learn the meaning of JIHAAD (striving with utmost in the way of Allah) which focus upon intense exertion (exhaustion)towards conquering our ego and desires. Its day spent in Fasting does not excuse the Muslims from their daily occupation, while their nights’ rest are shortened to increase their devotions and prayers. Indeed, this was the kind of life which the companions of the Prophet lived daily – a diligent “worker-warrior (MUJAHID)” by day and an “ascetic-devotee (ZAHID- ‘AABID)” by night.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  40. 40.  TAQWA (Reverential fear of transgression) The reason given by Allah as to why we fast is to teach us TAQWA – the highest virtue which every Muslim must strive for. The essential meaning of TAQWA is to safeguard ourselves from the wrath of Allah through our being ever consciousness of Allah’s Who sees and ever aware of our state; with sense of awe, reverential fear of Allah’s presence in our life and being ashame of our shortcomings. Indeed, TAQWA is the unmatched motivation for a truly ethical and good person. Although, to really become a MUTTAQEEN as our accomplished disposition (MAQOM –station) is not easy, yet in Ramadhan, we get to taste and experience this spiritual state.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  41. 41.  USRAH WAL JAMA’AH (Importance of Family and Congregation) Ramadhan brings back family living, where many activities like partaking of meals and praying in Jama’ah at home is revived. Many may have disregarded this important family way of life that gives real value and quality to our life. When we realize and experience how truly priceless it is, hopefully we will wish to sustain this life-style which many, in todays fast-pace and almost maddening existence, have lost. Indeed, “we may be in a ‘rat race’, but we must never become rats .” Human dignity through family and community living, must be cherished and upheld.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  42. 42.  RAHMAH WAL IHSAN (Mercy and Compassion) One of the important lessons of Ramadhan is its teaching us mercy and compassion. We who experience what it is like to be thirsty and hungry, should become more caring for those lacking in means to sustain themselves and their family. Thus it is in this month, the increase in deeds of charity, the sharing of meal and the giving of ZAKATUL-FITRA, are meant to acclimatize us into becoming a community who cares for others, mobilized to spread mercy and compassion towards all. This is also accompanied with realization of our own need for Allah’s forgiveness for our sins, which in Islam we are taught, is also by being merciful and forgiving towards others, ourselves.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  43. 43.  TASHAKKUR (Gratefulness) To become grateful, one must be taught to appreciate the favours NI’MAT , given. Unfortunate we have dulled our senses through excesses and habits, making us oblivious to even the great pleasure which we are given so abundantly. Thus amongst the lesson of Ramadhan, through temporary deprivation, we can restore and enhanced our senses and sensibility thereby to re-experience those favours. Through this month too, it ought to make us realize how excessive our previous life-style has been. To be grateful is not to over-indulge but to share those bounties and favours from Allah, with others in our life. For being prudent must also not lead us to miserly.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  44. 44.  TAUBAH WA ISTIGHFAR (Repentance and seeking forgiveness) The most important message of Islam is the Message of Mercy and Forgiveness of Allah. This is through mankind’s returning in repentance (TAUBAH) and seeking forgiveness of Allah (ISTIGHFAR) The door is never close for anyone, until the end of the world (QIYYAMAH) or till when he experience the moment of death (SAKARAT-AL-MAUT). In Ramadhan especially, this message is greatly enhanced and opportunity to do so permeates throughout its period and occasion. And in this month, one can even get to taste the indescribable feeling of Allah’s forgiveness and acceptance of our repentance (TAUBAH).All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  45. 45.  ‘AMR AL-MA’RUF NAH-YUL MUNKAR (Enjoining good and forbid evil) Al-ISLAM is not meant to be a ‘personal-individual’ religion to be only practiced privately. It is more a community living (welfare type society) which places duty and responsibility collectively upon every of its member. They enjoy personal privileges by virtue of discharging their social obligation too, which are meant to safeguard the survival of the whole community. Thus ‘enjoining good and forbidding evil’ is an essential pillar which Muslims uphold and practice – through practical prevention, advise, exhortations, encouragement, etc. to one another, which keep every members in check from deviation and waywardness.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  46. 46.  ‘AMR AL-MA’RUF NAH-YUL MUNKAR (Enjoining good and forbid evil) In Ramadhan, the vibrancy of this spirit of collective preservation is even more pronounced. The most effective way to correcting others is by showing by our own example. And this would only be effective if demonstrated by the collective majority. One of the most effective approach to reform society is : “It is when good people are actively seen and conspicuously projected, in their goodness and their doing good as a norm that bad people will shy away.” – ( zhulkeflee ) And this is possible because to every Muslim, what is permissible (HALAL) is already clear, and what is forbidden (HARAM) is also clear.All Rights Reserved © Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  47. 47. “And they will say: "All praise is due to Allah, who has guided us unto this; for we would certainly not have found the right path unless Allah had guided us! Indeed, our Sustainers messengers have told us the truth!" (Qur’an: A’-raf: 7: 43)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  48. 48. “And thus have We willed you to be a community of the middle way (UMMATAN WASOTAN) [i.e. justly balanced], so that [with your lives] you might bear witness to the truth before all mankind (SHUHADAA-A - ‘ALAN-NAAS) , and the Messenger as a witness over you.“ (Qur’an: al- Baqarah: 2:143) EXCERPTS FROM FARDHU-’AIN COURSEAll Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  49. 49. “Among the believers are men who have [always] been true to what they have vowed before Allah: Of them some have fulfilled their obligations (with their lives), and some of them are still waiting (for its fulfillment) without having changed [their resolve] in the least.” (Qur’an: al-Ahzab: 33: 23) EXCERPTS FROM FARDHU-’AIN COURSEAll Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
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  51. 51. “O my Sustainer (Lord)! Inspire me so that I may forever be grateful for those blessings of Thine with which Thou hast graced me and my parents, and that I may do what is right [in a manner] that will meet with Thy goodly acceptance; and grant me righteousness in my offspring [as well]. Verily, unto Thee have I turned in repentance: for, verily, I am of those (MUSLIMEEN) who have surrendered themselves unto Thee!” (Qur’an: Ahqaf: 46: 15)All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
  52. 52. “(May) Allah grant His Reward upon Muhammad, salutations of Allah and Peace be upon him and his family, in accordance with what he deserves (in Allah’s knowledge & estimation).”All Rights Reserved© Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail (2012)
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