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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Rasulullah SAW beristighfar 70 kali sehari

"Sesungguhnya jika seorang mukmin melakukan satu dosa, akan timbul satu noda hitam di hatinya. Jika ia bertaubat dan berhenti dari maksiat serta Beristighfar, niscaya mengkilap hatinya." (H.R. Ahmad)

Apakah yang kita pikirkan setelah membaca Hadits di atas? Mungkin ada yang langsung beristighfar. Atau mungkin ada yang langsung membayangkan sudah berapa banyakkah noda-noda hitam didalan hati kita, setelah teringat akan dosa-dosa yang telah kita perbuat selama ini.

Kerana mungkin sebagian dari kita telah lalai untuk sekadar mengucapkan kalimat Istighfar yang pada hakikatnya sebuah bentuk pengakuan diri serta mohon pengampunan diri kepada Allah atas dosa-dosa yang telah kita perbuat.

Lantas siapakah yang boleh menjamin bahawa dalam keseharian boleh terhindar dari perbuatan dosa serta kemaksiatan? Yang kita sengaja melakukannya ataupun tidak?

Rasulullah SAW bersabda : "Demi Allah, sesungguhnya aku beristighfar dan bertaubat kepada Allah lebih dari 70 kali dalam sehari." (H.R. Bukhari)

ASTAGHFIRULLAHAL 'ADHIM

Seorang Nabi yang nyata-nyata sudah dijaga dari perbuatan maksiat. Seorang Nabi yang nyata-nyata sudah diberi pengampunan oleh Allah SWT. Seorang Nabi yang nyata-nyata sudah dijamin masuk Surga. Tapi Beliau masih mau dan ikhlas untuk menyempatkan diri beristighfar kepada Allah SWT sampai 70 kali setiap harinya.

Pertanyaannya, lalu bagaimana dengan kita yang tak ada jaminan dari berbuat maksiat dan dosa? Sudah sempatkah kita untuk beristighfar setiap harinya? Baru berapa kalikah kita menyempatkan diri untuk beristighfar?

"Barangsiapa membiasakan diri untuk beristighfar, maka Allah akan memberikan jalan keluar baginya dari setiap kesulitan, diberikan kebahagiaan dari setiap kesusahan serta diberikan rezeki dari arah yang tidak disangka-sangkanya." (H.R. Ibnu Majah, Abu Daud)


Mulai hari ini marilah kita membiasakan diri untuk lebih banyak lagi beristighfar memohon ampunan kepada Allah. Kita berharap agar tidak semakin bertumpuk noda-noda hitam dalam hati kita. Jadikan ISTIGHFAR kita sebagai penghapus noda dosa agar hati kita sentiasa bersih. InsyaAllah.
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Sunday, December 10, 2017

Tasbih dan doa agung - Subhanallahi wa bihamdihi subhanallahil adzim



Diriwayatkan dalam “Shahih Bukhari” bahawa suatu ketika datang seorang lelaki mengeluhkan keadaannya kepada Rasulullah s.a.w. Ia berkata, “Dunia ini telah berpaling dariku dan yang telah kuperoleh dari tanganku sangatlah sedikit.” Rasulullah s.a.w bertanya kepadanya, “Apakah engkau tidak pernah membaca doanya para Malaikat dan tasbihnya seluruh makhluk yang dengan itu mereka mendapat limpahan rezeki?” Lelaki itu bertanya, “Doa apakah itu wahai Rasulullah?”


Rasulullah saw menjawab, “Subhanallahi wa bihamdihi subhanallahil adzim, dan beristighfarlah kepada Allah sebanyak seratus kali diantara waktu terbitnya fajar hingga menjelang waktu shalatmu, dengan itu dunia akan tunduk dan merangkak mendatangimu, dan Allah menciptakan dari setiap kalimat tersebut Malaikat yang selalu bertasbih kepada Allah hingga hari kiamat dan untukmu pahalanya.”



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Saturday, December 09, 2017

Pelaburan Unit Amanah Islam (Islamic unit trusts) yang Cemerlang di Malaysia


PELABURAN UNIT AMANAH ISLAM (ISLAMIC UNIT TRUSTS) YANG CEMERLANG DI MALAYSIA 
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◆ Pelaburan dalam perniagaan-perniagaan yang diputuskan Halal oleh Majlis Pegawasan Syariah Suruhanjaya Sekuriti Malaysia (SC) dan Penasihat Syariah dana/syarikat.
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Beristighfarlah kepada Allah

Rasulullah ﷺ bersabda:
Allah telah berfirman, “Wahai hamba-hamba-Ku, setiap kalian pasti berdosa kecuali yang Aku jaga. Maka beristighfarlah kalian kepada-Ku, nescaya kalian Aku ampuni. Dan barangsiapa yang meyakini bahawa Aku punya kemampuan untuk mengampuni dosa-dosanya, maka Aku akan mengampuninya dan Aku tidak peduli (beberapa banyak dosanya).”

(Hadis riwayat Ibnu Majah, Tirmizi)

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Banyakkan istighfar (memohon ampun)...Astaghfirullah


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Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Doa Nabi Yunus a.s dalam perut ikan nun (paus) selama 40 hari, 40 malam


Nabi Yunus a.s dikeluarkan dari perut ikan nun (paus) setelah terperangkap selama 40 hari, 40 malam.
Doa Nabi Yunus a.s : "Laillahailla anta subhanaka inni kuntu minnadzolimin" (Sesungguhnya tiada Tuhan (yang dapat menolong) melainkan Engkau (ya Allah)! Maha Suci Engkau (daripada melakukan aniaya, tolongkanlah daku)! Sesungguhnya aku adalah dari orang-orang yang menganiaya diri sendiri.)

(Quran, Surah Al-Anbiya: 87)
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Top 10 Tips for Public Speaking


Using these tips, you’ll start to see public speaking as an opportunity rather than an ordeal. It’s a wonderful thing to engage and move an audience with something you’re passionate about. They really want you to do well, and if you’re authentic and have something to say that brings them some value, you’ll be a winner.
1. Attention getting device
Use question, statement, action or device to get attention from audience so that they will be ready and interested to listen to you. For example, ask audience, how are you doing? Did your team win the game last night? Alternatively, use positive body language or a warm smile. If the audience is not giving attention there is no point of speaking.
2. What’s the message?
Have a very clear message, something you firmly believe in, perhaps something that challenges conventional thinking or provides some insight and value to the audience. In terms of marketing yourself, it’s great to have a niche and be known for it. It’s fine if it’s narrow. You want to be known as “the guy/woman who wrote that…believes that…claims that…did that”. It’s important to have some credibility and something very definite you wish to share. If it’s clear in your own mind, you’ll be more confident and persuasive with an audience.
3. Be prepared
Success in public speaking is largely about good preparation. This includes practical matters – the size of the audience, the environment you’re speaking in, voice amplification and projection facilities, the time allocated. Speakers often fear being ‘found out’ and knowing your topic will reduce anxiety about being asked awkward questions. It’s absolutely crucial that you know your audience – their level of expertise in your field, their expectations, the issues they’re facing, their age, experience, culture and beliefs. Remember Stephen Covey’s maxim: “First seek to understand, then seek to be understood.” It’s essential your message has relevance.
4. Have a structure
There’s a saying that you should a) tell ‘em what you’re going to say, b) tell ‘em and c) tell ‘em what you’ve said. This approach brings focus to your message and helps the audience take it on board. Some speakers talk about creating ‘dissonance’, in other words building up the problem and then giving the audience the tools and hope to resolve it. Remember the Law of Three – that’s the way stories are structured (a beginning, middle and an end) and humans respond well to this. These first 3 Tips are all about preparation, but ALWAYS be guided by your desired outcome. What do you want the audience to go away with?
5. Nerves – coping strategies
Fear of public speaking is a well known phenomenon, but nerves can be managed. Good preparation certainly helps, and of course breathing exercises assist your delivery. But to a large extent it’s a case of looking at things differently. Professional speakers, actors and athletes ALL feel nerves before going ‘on stage’, but they convert that nervous feeling into a positive thing. They embrace their nerves so it feeds their performance, rather than inhibiting it. And of course the more public speaking you do, the more confident and skilled you become.
6. Use physicality
The way you move on stage is important to your success as a speaker. Too static and you’ll come across as stiff and stilted. Too ‘busy’ and you’ll irritate and distract the audience. Parking yourself behind a lectern is restrictive. Try to have a lapel or hand held microphone and stay mobile. Body language experts talk about being ‘congruent’, in other words your body movements match what you’re saying. Eye contact is important. Rather than look over the audience, speak to different people out there, catching their eye so it feels like a personal conversation. Video yourself and learn.
7. Using your voice
Listen to someone with a flat, monotone voice and you’ll soon get bored. Put some dynamics into your delivery – ups and downs – and don’t rush. Listen to great performers and see how they use pauses, place emphasis on certain words and have a clear rhythm to their speaking. Audiences like speakers with good diction. After all, if you have a great message it’s a shame if people can’t hear it. Look after your voice – if you have aspirations as a speaker it’s your principal tool.
8. Adding colour
Make your speech engaging and entertaining. Beware of making jokes, but do use situational humour and perhaps some self-deprecation. Anecdotes, metaphors and analogies aid understanding of your message and make the speech more enjoyable to listen to. If you’re going to use statistics, add colour to them by saying what that figure might represent (“placed end to end that would stretch to the Moon and back”). Be sparing in your use of slides, and favour images rather than bullet points/text. Keep things fresh by referring to something in the news that day.
9. Connect with your audience
It’s essential you make a connection with your audience, on a practical and an emotional level. Try to have some conversations with audience members before you start, then strike up that dialogue when you’re on stage. Involve them by asking questions, have someone come up on stage, move amongst them yourself or have them do an exercise. The emotional connection starts with knowing what you want the audience to feel – enlightened, inspired, shocked, amused. Build empathy. And remember that reading from notes or slides breaks that connection and weakens the performance. Transfer your emotion to others.
10. Be adaptable
The flip side to being prepared is to be able to think on your feet. Talks that appear over-prepared seem rather sterile. How would you cope if the projector failed and you couldn’t show your slides? What would you do if the published speaker fell ill and you were asked to fill in? The likelihood is you’d do fine, especially if you involved the audience and essentially started a conversation. After all, we all have conversations in everyday life and this is just a chat on a larger scale!

(Top 10 Tips)
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Beautiful advice by the great scholar Imam Ibn al-Qayyim (rahimahullah)

This is one of the most beautiful advice by the great scholar Imam Ibn al-Qayyim (rahimahullah):
"A friend will not (literally) share your struggles, and a loved one cannot physically take away your pain, and a close one will not stay up the night on your behalf. So look after yourself, protect yourself, nurture yourself and don't give life's events more than what they are really worth. Know for certain that when you break no one will heal you except you, and whenyou are defeated no one will give you victory except your determination. Your ability to stand up again and carry on is your responsibility. Do not look for your self worth in the eyes of people; look for your worth from within your conscious. If your conscious is at peace then you will ascend high and if you truly know yourself then what is said about you won't harm you.
Do not carry the worries of this life because this is for Allah. And do not carry the worries of sustenance because it is from Allah. And do not carry the anxiety for the future because it is in the Hands of Allah.
Carry one thing: How to Please Allah. Because if you please Him, He Pleases you, fulfils you and enriches you.
Do not weep from a life that made your heart weep. Just say, "Oh Allah compensate me with good in this life and the hereafter."
Sadness departs with a Sajdah (prostration). Happiness comes with a sincere Du'a. Allah Does Not forget the good you do. nor Does He Forget the good you did to others and the pain you relieved them from. Nor Will He Forget the eye which was about to cry but you made it laugh.

Soar Like An Eagle


Did you know that an eagle knows when a storm is approaching long before it breaks?
The eagle will fly to some high spot and wait for the winds to come.
When the storm hits, it sets its wings so that the wind will pick it up and lift it above the storm. While the storm rages below, the eagle is soaring above it.
The eagle does not escape the storm. It simply uses the storm to lift it higher. It rises on the winds that bring the storm.
When the storms of life come upon us, like the eagle, we can rise above them and ride the winds of the storm that bring sickness, tragedy, failure, and disappointment into our lives.
What is your greatest challenge right now? Jot it down. And then let it lift you higher.
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