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2.Sabar dalam mengejarnya
3.Konsisten dalam menelaah
5.Membuang terus sindrom 'puas hati' dan 'cukup la tue'
6.Memutuskan hubungan dengan layanan nafsu serakah
7.Mengurangkan aktiviti blogging kepada paling maksimum satu minggu dua posts dan minimum tiada langsung.
Shakwah (complaining) is contradictory to Sabr (patience). Allah alone can protect you from harm and ease your difficulties. Sabr is obligatory!
If the affliction befalls due to sinful actions, such as illnesses caused by drinking alcohol and using drugs etc, then the affliction is a punishment from Allah. Hasten to avoid all sinful acts and turn towards Allah in repentance and ask his forgiveness. Otherwise, know that the punishments of the Hereafter are far more severe and unbearable.
If the affliction is neither connected to neither a good deed nor a sin, such as other kinds of disease and sickness, losing a child, or failing in business, then you should evaluate your actions. If you are involved in some kind of disobedience to Allah then the affliction is a punishment for you and a reminder to leave your evil deeds. Otherwise, Allah has caused this affliction to test your patience.
(Saheeh Muslim, No. 6738)
THE 4 LEVELS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE AFFLICTED:
The First Level:
Being angry, and this is in various ways: and anger is of two types.
The first type of anger is that which is directed toward his Lord. So he becomes angry at what Allah has decreed for him, and this is Haraam (forbidden).And it is possible that this could lead to kufr.
The second type of anger is expressed by the tongue like making du’aa for destruction or ruin and what is similar to that, and this is Haraam.
The third type of anger is expressed by the limbs like slapping the cheeks, ripping clothing, pulling out hair, and similar to that, and all of this is Haraam and in contradiction to patience which is Waajib.
The Second Level:
Being patient, just as in the saying: Patience is like its name - bitter in taste, yet its outcomes are sweeter than honey. The person at this level feels the affliction to weighs very heavy upon him, yet he bears it although he dislikes that it happened. Rather, his Eemaan bears it and restrains him from being angry. So the time of affliction and the time of no affliction is not the same to him, and this (level) is Waajib, because Allah commanded the people to be patient, saying:
Being pleased with the affliction in that the person is pleased with the affliction and whether it happened or not, it is the same to him so he it is not difficult upon him. He does not bear it as if it is something weighing heavy on him, and this (level) is Mustahabb (preferred) and it is not Waajib according to the most correct opinion.
The difference between this level and the one before it is apparent because the affliction happening or not happening is the same due to the pleasure of the one on this level.As for the level before it, the affliction is hard upon him, yet he remains patient over it.
The Fourth Level:
Thankfulness and being grateful and this is the highest level. This is that the person thanks Allah for the affliction which has struck him in that he knows that this affliction is expiation for his sins and perhaps a cause for an increase in his good deeds.
Supplication (Dua): O Allah, make us from those who have patience upon hardships and those who are thankful upon Your blessings.
Notes from me: (from the blogger)
Allah Subhanawataala says in the Quran:
O Allah! Controller of the hearts, direct our hearts to Your obedience…ameen
Mohon redhaMu ya Allah swt! Dan dipermudah!
Doakan aku rakan-rakan ! =)