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Philosophy of Ramadhan | Sayed Jawwad Naqvi

Holy month of Ramadhan is called Rabi-ul-Quloob.

Rabi-ul Quloob means the month of spring for the hearts. The way spring comes to the earth, same way the heart also experiences spring. This means heart, not that heart which is in our chests, not the heart behind the ribs of our chest, but instead that heart which is of our soul, that which is the true sensational heart of human being. Even this heart of soul, it passes through different seasons. Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

You have seen the land during winter, when cold air blows, water get frozen, snow falls; soft things become frozen, becomes hard. The same way the human heart acts as well, there is a particular human state when the human heart also becomes frozen, just like ice, it freezes. Then the remembrance of Allah is not possible for such a heart.

Sometimes the heart becomes dead like the vegetation in the Autumn season, now it cannot accept any guidance. In order to freshen up this heart, make it blossom, make it green and lively, this heart of human being which is the land of Allah. Qalbul Momin Arshul Rahmaan (The Heart of a believer is the Majestic Throne of the Most Merciful One), for this, Allah has established a season with the name of the Holy Month of Ramadhan.

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"When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the Kingdom of Heaven are opened."

One of the companion of Prophet, Abu Umamah reported: "I came to the Messenger of God and said: 'Order me to do a deed that will allow me to enter Paradise.' He said: 'Stick to fasting, as there is no equivalent to it.' Then I came to him again and he said: 'Stick to fasting."

On the Day of Judgment, "Fasting will say: O My Lord I prevented him from food and desires so accept my intercession for him."

"Indeed as to the one who fasts, during the blessed moment of breaking the fast, this supplication will not be turned away by God."

- from the sayings of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him


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Technology of the Heart: Philosophy of Ramadhan | Sayed Jawwad Naqvi
Philosophy of Ramadhan | Sayed Jawwad Naqvi
Technology of the Heart
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