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The day before the prophet (PBUH) passed away he said this one key piece of advice he said “ALWAYS HAVE GOOD EXPECTATIONS FROM ALLAH (SWT). That’s something very important. We are struggling, we are dealing with some spiritual bleakness. People lack hope, they don’t see anything on the horizon. We need to renew our Imaan (faith) and try to know who we are believing in his mightiness and his powers and his greatness. He can bring light in the middle of the night. He can deliver us from the most overwhelming of circumstances. He will make a way, you just have to believe. Always know that Allah will make a way for you and Allah (SWT) will help you.
Then another very powerful message concluding massage from the life of the Prophet (SWA) pray your salah give your zakah (charity) and look after and fulfill the rights of the people that you are responsible for. This is the balance that has to learn to strive in our lives. Maintain your relationship with Allah. The primary form of that is keeping up with your prayers. Secondly, take care of the people value the people cherish the people that Allah (SWT) has given you the responsibility for. We will be asked about it we will be accounted for it. There is a reckoning that is coming and Allah (SWT) will really forgive our indiscretions in regards to him but when we violate other peoples rights that are is something that won’t be so easily forgiven. We will be held to account for it. Fix your character, repair your relationship learn to be more responsible in your personal life and towards the people who have rights to you.
Lastly and finally when the prophet (PBUH) he went a week before he passed away he called one of the other people whose another freed slave the Prophet (PBUH) freed him and so he was very close to the Prophet (PBUH). He called him and said to them take me to AL BAQI (the graveyard of the Madina) I want to go pay my respects because his family was there his children were there his friends and companions were there. So he said I want to go pay my respects one last time and they helped him to walk there and he went all the way to the graveyard and paid his respects there. Afterwards, as he was walking back he says to the man who's helping him walk that Allah (SWT) gave slave a choice he gave me a choice to continue to live in this world or to depart from this world and go and be with Allah. The man started to cry and he said please tell me I beg you to tell me that you asked to stay I need you to stay we need you to stay. The Prophet (PBUH) said no it’s time for me to go and be with Allah. So I mention this last and final point here not to create a sense of morbidity not to create a sense of giving up on this particular life but to understand that we do have a final destination we do have a goal and objection and the more we are focused on the goal and objective and the final destination the more meaningfully the more with dignity and honour and focus and respect will we live this particular life.


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