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Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah) was an illustrious Taabi‘ee who was the son-in-law and student of Sayyiduna Abu Hurairah (radhiyallahu ‘anhu).
Abu Wadaa‘ah (rahimahullah) narrates the following:
I would regularly sit in the gathering of Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah). However, there was once a period during which I remained absent for a few days. On my return, Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah) asked me, “Where were you?” I replied, “My wife passed away and I was thus preoccupied (with the funeral).” Hearing that my wife had passed away, Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah) exclaimed, “Why did you not inform me of her demise so that I could have attended the funeral!”
After a few moments had passed, Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah) asked me, “Have you looked for another wife?” I replied, “May Allah Ta‘ala have mercy on you! Who would get me married whereas I possess no more than two or three dirhams?” Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah) answered, “I will get you married (to my daughter).” In astonishment, I asked, “Will you really get me married?” He replied, “Yes,” and thereafter recited the khutbah by praising Allah Ta‘ala and sending salutations on Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam). He then performed my nikaah.
After my nikaah was performed, I stood, and I was possessed by such joy and happiness that I did not know what to do! I returned to my home and began to ponder over which people I could approach for a loan. When it was the time of Maghrib Salaah, I performed my salaah and again returned home. I was alone and had been fasting, so I prepared to break my fast with a simple supper of bread and olive oil. At that moment, I heard a knock on my door.
I called out, “Who is it?” The person knocking replied, “Sa‘eed.” I thought of every person named Sa‘eed besides Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah), as for the past forty years, he had only been seen on his way from his home to the musjid, or going from the musjid to his home. When I went to the door, I was surprised to see that it was Sa‘eed bin Musayyab (rahimahullah). Seeing him, I began to think that he had changed his mind (and regretted marrying me to his daughter). 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
3 48 minutes ago
I was born into a Buddhist family. it’s been a philosophy that, without me even knowing, has been instilled in me from young. after resisting it for a long time, whilst recovering from vocal surgery & during this time of change, with my new voice, I’m now practising & as a result have found the deeper connection to my why & my faith that I have been looking for
there are many types of Buddhism but I practise Nichiren Buddhism which, in a nutshell, the viewpoint is - ‘the world should be seen from the perspective of the individual, & the human life contains the entire universe. Thats why changing & having faith in our own lives will bring change & faith in our family, our community, & in society. It will change the age we live in, our history, & indeed all aspects of our world.’ in conclusion meaning, 👆🏽’being the change you wish to see’
finding Buddhism during a time of change & unknown has, on a profound level, allowed me to deepen my connection to my purpose, to my faith & to my self belief. ❗️NOTE ❗️I am not writing this trying to encourage anyone to practise Buddhism or anything for that matter, but what I am saying is that in this extraordinary journey of life, its important to get back to remembering your why - in YOUR way - & to make a commitment to practising self belief. we are not here by chance, we are here for a reason & we all have a light that the world needs ✨
this is your sunday evening reminder that YOU HAVE everything you already need. your life is here, right now in this moment, lets stop feeding our doubting & fearful stories & make a concious effort to believe in ourselves every. single. day. as I embark on this journey & purpose as a life & mindset coach, the change I wish to see in the world is a more deeper, grounded self belief in our powers & abilities - what’s yours? 🙏🏽
D E D I C A T I O N 💛
HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT TO SUCCEED? 💛
I find this to be one of the biggest problems with models nowadays. To many people want to be models but dont want or know how to work for it. 💛
As a model, you sometimes you will have to get outside of your comfort zone and really push for a spot. This industry is not a easy one and you have to constantly be hussling to get somewhere. 💛
I know to many models who wait for gigs to come to them but that limits you to only those gigs. You HAVE to be consistantly looking for work and getting your name out there because without any work to back you up. You have no way to show people that you have experience. 💛
I always think of it from a marketing standpoint.
Who is my target audience?
Who am i selling myself( the product ) to?
How do i make a connection with both the photographer and my audience? 💛
I was sitting with a model with so much more experience in the industry than i have. We were talking about possible gigs and the industry and what it takes it. Then we landed on the subject or the hustling model or the lucky model.
Lucky models ( girls who get gugs because by fate they found work) hardly make it in this industry because unless the are INSANELY gorgeous or have already existing connections it doesnt happen. 💛
The Hustling model is the one constantly looking for gigs, builds relationships with people she works with, and is constantly moving.
Photographers will choose a hustling model over a lucky one any day because the hustling model is reliable. 💛
I hope this advise will help you guys a little. I get questions alot about modeling. I am STILL working on most of these things i am NOT anywhere near where i want to be yet. 💛
Oh!!! And cheese 😆!!!!
1 711 minutes ago
Heard ☝🏼 Favourite quote of wisdom by Caryn Franklin in @oteghauwagba’s fabulous Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women. The obligation to create and be productive can be so taxing, we often beat ourselves up about not being good enough so often, that it can take away the elements that you used to love the most about that thing, that made you start doing it in the first place. Cut yourself some slack every once in a while 🏖
Hafsah bintu Seereen (rahimahallah) was a Taabi‘iyyah (one who had seen the Sahaabah [radhiyallahu ‘anhum]). Her siblings were Muhammad bin Seereen (the renowned hadeeth scholar and interpreter of dreams), Yahya, Kareemah and Ummu Sulaim (rahimahumullah).
Hafsah (rahimahallah) had memorized the Quraan Majeed at the age of twelve. She would enter the musjid of her home (the portion of her home dedicated to salaah and ‘ibaadah) before the Zuhr Salaah. There she would remain, engaged in ‘ibaadah, until she had performed the ‘Asr Salaah, the Maghrib Salaah and even the ‘Esha Salaah. After performing the ‘Esha Salaah, she would further remain in her musjid, engaged in ‘ibaadah, until the Fajr Salaah. Even after she had performed the Fajr Salaah, she would not leave her musjid, but would remain engaged in ‘ibaadah until the time of the Dhuha Salaah (chaasht). It was only after she had performed the Dhuha Salaah that she would leave her musjid, in order to sleep, see to her needs and perform wudhu. At the time of Zuhr, she would once again enter her musjid for ‘ibaadah. This was her habit for approximately thirty years.
Hafsah (rahimahallah) would recite half the Quraan Majeed every night, and would fast every day, besides the five days of the year in which it is prohibited for one to fast (the two ‘Eids and the days of tashreeq).
When standing to perform her Tahajjud Salaah, Hafsah bintu Seereen (rahimahallah) would light her lamp. Occasionally, while in salaah, the lamp would be extinguished. However, in the absence of the light of the lamp, her room would miraculously remain illuminated and bright until the morning.
Hafsah (rahimahallah) once purchased an Indian slave girl. When the slave girl was asked to describe her mistress, she said, “She is a pious woman. However, it seems that she has committed some grave sin, for she spends the entire night crying and performing salaah!”
Hafsah bintu Seereen (rahimahallah) passed away in the year 101 A.H. at the age of ninety.
(Reference: Sifatus Safwah vol. 2, pg. 241-243, Tabaqaat Ibni Sa’d vol. 8, pg. 484 and Tahzeebut Tahzeeb vol. 12, pg. 409)
If I was a rapper I'd do it for the fame and fortune but I'm a poet so I do it out of love and passion. No need for a studio and producer just a pen and pad will do fine for me. To all you rappers out there lost in the game chasing the money and popularity just remember it comes with a price. Remember where you started and who was there when you didn't have shit because all that jewelry looks nice and those ladies look nice but who's really around for you and not for what they can get from you. Be unique and creative and stop trying to blend in and be like the hottest artists out there because you're one of a kind. Shine right or lose your soul in the process because the devil loves making deals with the desperate. 💯💯 #poet#songwriter#publicfigure#poetnotarapper#chicago#broadcaster#beunique#chicagopoet#unsignedtalent#advice#writer#fromtheheart#realtalk#rapper#rapisdead#truth#chicagorapper
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On the night that ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) was stabbed, Miswar bin Makhramah (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) came to see him. On entering, he found ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) covered with a sheet (and unconscious). Miswar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) asked those present, “How is he?” They replied, “He is as you can see (unconscious).”
Miswar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) thus advised them, “Wake him up by calling him for salaah, as there is nothing that you can awaken him for that is more urgent and important to him than salaah.” Accepting this suggestion, they called out, “Salaah, O Ameerul Mu-mineen!” As soon as they did this, ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) awoke and exclaimed, “Yes! By Allah! There is no share in Islam for the one who neglects salaah!” ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) thereafter performed his salaah while blood flowed from his wound. (Tabraani – Majma‘uz Zawaaid #1659)
1. ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) truly understood the value and importance of salaah in Islam and the life of a Muslim. Hence, even in his final moments, when his wound was flowing with blood, he ensured that he performed salaah. In fact, he even mentioned that a person who neglects salaah has no share in Islam.
2. The fear of missing salaah was so strong in ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) that they used the call for salaah to revive him from unconsciousness. Today, there are people who will wake up in the early hours of the morning to frequent the gym, travel to work or catch a flight. Come what may, they ensure that they wake up on time. However, when it comes to the Fajr Salaah, let alone leaving the home and going to the musjid, they fail to even wake up and perform it at all! This is the stark contrast between the values of ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) and the values that we have today. We should try to read the kitaab ‘Virtues of Salaah’ regularly in order to understand and value the position of salaah in our lives.
Imaam Shaafi‘ee (rahimahullah) in the Eyes of Imaam Ahmed (rahimahullah) – Part Two
Hazrat Yahya bin Ma‘een (rahimahullah) was once seated with Imaam Ahmed bin Hambal (rahimahullah) when Imaam Shaafi‘ee (rahimahullah) passed by, riding his mule. On seeing Imaam Shaafi‘ee (rahimahullah), Imaam Ahmed (rahimahullah) immediately stood up and went behind him in order to greet him with salaam. Imaam Ahmed (rahimahullah) thereafter spoke to Imaam Shaafi‘ee (rahimahullah) for some time. After speaking to Imaam Shaafi‘ee (rahimahullah), Imaam Ahmed (rahimahullah) returned to Hazrat Yahya bin Ma‘een (rahimahullah) who had remained seated and did not wake up to go and greet Imaam Shaafi‘ee (rahimahullah). Hazrat Yahya bin Ma‘een (rahimahullah) asked Imaam Ahmed (rahimahullah), “O Abu ‘Abdillah! What is his position (that you rushed to greet him with salaam and showed him such importance)?” Imaam Ahmed (rahimahullah) responded, “Leave alone asking his position, if you wish to acquire the knowledge of fiqh, you should hold onto the tail of his mule (i.e. you should rush towards his mule when seeing him and humble yourself before him in order to benefit from him and acquire the knowledge of fiqh).”
(Siyar A’laam min Nubalaa 10/86-87)
1 91 hours ago
don’t forget to keep your core (abs) tight
1 01:58 AM Jul 12, 2018
2 weeks to go until holiday. Will be giving it absolutely everything in these final weeks 👊