Tuesday, August 30, 2011
yes, its hard to tell if its eid or not when you are in a dorm and surround with non muslims.. Even thought I didnt had the opportunity to pray and celebrate eid .with the family and friends. It did feel like eid when I prayed by my self and yeah ate hawlo lol.....worst on the list ..but allahdulilaah ..may our fast and salah &l; duas be among the once that were accepted amiin ya Allah
Friday, August 19, 2011
When Ramadan comes I am so eager to spend time in Masjid. However, when I get in the Masjid, all the sudden this feeling changes. What disturbs me ? You may ask . An outrages actions in the house of Allah. And what makes me MORE upset is when others don't correct "the mistake" of their brother/sister yet, they talk behind them. Talking while the khutbah is in process. .. And the other day, A sister brought her son's teddy bear. She placed the teddy bear in front of her and started to pray. A lady who happened to be praying next to her, was very upset about this action. She angrily uttered in her mother tongue and simply, moved to the other row. She didn't tell her that is was wrong. Whether the sister knew or not. Another sister brought her son who , ( when I guessed was about 9 or 10 years old) in the ladies room to pray. Subhana'allah. Many people changed their rows. And didn't say a word about it. Muslims has certainly forgotten their obligations. Another girl was taking wudu, and did a mistake ( perhaps she was a new Muslim or Not). However, No one said anything. They looked at her and simply walked away. They sell clothes in the Masjid .. and argue that is not a problem at all. Because it's downstairs.
Mostly, I am confused whether they do this on purpose or they don't have the knowledge that , this is our job to correct each other and show each other the right path. We are the only ummah that are send without a prophet to guide us on every way , but the Quran was send to us, so that we could act upon it and learn from it. Unfortunately, this is heart breaking.