Tuesday, August 14, 2012

#25 diari ramadan amirul

Just because I'm a wild one, doesn't mean I can't speak of Islam, right?

" بَلِّغُوا عَنِّي وَلَوْ آيَةً : أَنَّ النَّبِيَّ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ قَالَ "
THE Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "Convey from me even if one ayah (verse) for it may be that the one being informed will comprehend better that the one listening (at present)."

So, for last two days, I attended some tazkirah and I happened to jot down some important roots of the lecture randomly. I'm not in the mode to connect all the dot because the talk wasn't just now, so everything is quite vague, so I'll just restate the points from my notes unchronologically.

1. What does it take to be an Imam is the person who have a good grip on Quran.

Regardless of your age, your skin color, what you wear, who you're with, as long as Quran is your root of life and able to recite the surah fluently, then you're capable to lead the prayer.
If you surpass the condition, then you're entitle to be an imam.

Amr ibn Salamah said,
“One day the Prophet SAW told,’If it is time for solat, one of you should say the azan. Those who knew Quran the most should be the Imam,’ If they do not know the Quran as much as I do, then I should be the Imam even if I am only six or seven years old.”
(HR Bukhari).

2. Ramadan vs. Immunization.

what does the above statement mean? 
Ramadan works as the antigen, that evokes the production of antibodies of iman and taqwa. According to the graph, the rate of iman should have rapidly increase throughout the month.

this is just an analogy, don't literally calculate this graph 

There're 3 injection in immunization, which is same goes as the parts of Ramadan; Rahmat, Maghfirat, and Nijat. Each injection are of course to boost the secretion of the antibodies; iman and taqwa. 

Q:Why must we take the vaccines? 
A:To prepare ourselves from the immorally lustful viruses.
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3. Conclusion
In conclusion, Ramadan can be a good shield for us. I reckon, the way how to measure our Ramadan score  is not by how happy/grateful we are during the eid al fitr, but it's indicated by our behavior after we leaved the month. 

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