I don’t know what it means:
But. I nurture something akin to it For you. or may be even more.
Dust wit go into dust but the soul Remains:
and my soul will lead you ashore.
Holding and purifying your soul in turn.
For if all call it love or whatsoever.
I Am not traversed:
as I will still look at you
As you wilt grow old.
Your body worn out and the glowing face
If fades away: your bright eyes with
No more the charm in them
Appear like a scare-crow: I will still look at you
And Love you even more.
I may look alive.
But I am dead inside.
My Heart has holes.
From which black blood flows.
I lament the demise.
Of the Heart that dies.
It was the harsh hits.
That tore it into bits.
Dead cold piece of flesh.
That was once so fresh.
Now buried deep in big black hole.
Left scares of bitter blows.
So many tears in my eyes.
On the death of Heart of mine.
It left a hollow shaft in my chest.
I pray may my Heart rest’
Thanks (Aleena Rasheed)
When death is touching the soul.
When wings are going to break.
When sky is pouring water.
When birds are forgetting to chirp.
When water stops flowing into the streams.
When trees are not enjoying the dance with air.
When pages resist to be filled with words,
When heart is sinking only for the lovely one’s.
At that moment God comes and gives me existence again’
O my Allah. I ask you to give me strength.
Strength to conquer all the odds of Life.
To becalm and relaxed even in the midst of troubles.
To comfort myself and others.
To expect return from You.only from You.
I know You are the only. only source of strength.
And if You let me go astray. none can guide me aright.
And if You guide me to the right path. none can dare to misguide.
O my dear Allah! Give me strength.
Strength to resist the temptation of sin.
Even while sitting amidst the sinners and disbelievers.
Even after seeing them getting benefits. the worldly benefits.
O Allah I implore again. please guide me to the right path.
Just guide me to Your path.
As i know Your path is the best path.
Your Path is the only right path.
Islam displays a complete code of life and it covers all circles of life. It teaches lessons of generosity to all creatures. Islam is the principal religion that addresses the respectability and nobility of humanity and calls human beings the best of Allah’s creations. All religions talk about the human rights but the Islamic model of human rights in particular is the best in its vision according to the modern times. When we speak of human rights in Islam, we really mean that these rights have been granted by Allah: they have not been granted by any king or by any legislative assembly. Since these Islamic rights have been granted by Allah, there is nobody on earth who can make any changes or amendments in these rights. Holy Prophet (PBUH), in his address delivered on the occasion of the Farewell Hai], said:
“Your lives and properties are forbidden to one another till you meet your Lord on the Day of Resurrection.” The Prophet (PBUH) has also said about the dhimmis (the on-Muslim citizens of the Muslim state): “One who kills a man under covenant (Le., dhimmi) will not even smell the fragrance of Paradise.” m’s contribution to human rights is the best appreciated when we look from respective of world’s history. There were social, racial and gender injustices. m gave the equal rights to the whole humanity on the basis of piety. It is stated in the Hadith: “All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black any superiority over white except by piety and good action:: Islam does not restrict human rights to Muslims or to Islamic state only. Islam has laid down some universal fundamental rights for humanity as a whole, which are to be observed and respected by the believers under all circumstances whether a person is a resident within the territory of the Islamic state or outside of it, at Peace or at war. The Holy Quran every clearly states: “0 believers. stand up firmly by the Commandments of Allah. bearing witness with justice and let not the enmity of any people incite you that you should not do justice Do justice that is nearer to piety and fear Allah undoubtedly. Allah is aware of your doings (Sura Al Maidah) Human blood is sacred in any case and spilled without justification And if any one violates this sacredness of human blood by a soul without
Justification. The Holy Quran associates it to the killing of entire mankind.
“…Whosoever killed a soul not to retaliate for a soul? Nor for creating disorder in the land. Then it is as if he had killed all mankind. And whoso gave life to one soul. Then it is as if he
Had given life to all mankind…”(Surah Almaidah)
The basic universal human rights given by the Our’an and the Sunnah include right to life. Equality of all humans. Religious freedom. Fulfillment of basic needs. Justice. Respect for the chastity of women. Right to property. Right to know, freedom of choice and action. Equality and equal protection of law. Honor and dignity and so on. Hence. It can be said that Islamic teachings and values about human rights arc universal without any discrimination and biases.