The Journey of our Daily Lives – The Circle of Righteousness – Section 2 – Part 1

Nazneena introduces herself

Here are a few stories, parables and examples that Nazneena wrote herself, in which she followed the pattern of her beloved Shaykh His Eminence Pir-e-Tariqat. Hazrat Maulana Muhammed Abdul Wahab Siddiqi r.a. with his ability to settle disputes and conflicts in a most humble and peaceful manner. She prayed that Allah (swt) grant the readers and the helpers as well, with the patience and understanding to grasp the full meaning and to see clearly the importance in her messages through the examples and parables of the short stories. She also pray that Allah (swt) bless, guide and protect all the readers who made the humble efforts to guard themselves from the corruptions of the Shaitan. Ameen. This humble declaration goes to her respectful Shaykh His Eminence Pir-e-Tariqat. Hazrat Maulana Muhammed Abdul Wahab Siddiqi r.a. who sadly departed from this world a few years ago. Inaa Lil-lahi Wah Inaa Ilaihi Raa Ji-oon, May Allah (swt) bless him (and all of us) and keep him in peace and tranquility. Ameen.

Allah is He, than Whom there is no other god;- Who knows (all things) both secret and open; He, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. 059:022

Allah is He, than Whom there is no other god;- the Sovereign, the Holy One, the Source of Peace (and Perfection), the Guardian of Faith, the Preserver of Safety, the Exalted in Might, the Irresistible, the Supreme: Glory to Allah! (High is He) above the partners they attribute to Him. 059:023

He is Allah, the Creator, the Evolver, the Bestower of Forms (or Colours). To Him belong the Most Beautiful Names: whatever is in the heavens and on earth, doth declare His Praises and Glory: and He is the Exalted in Might, the Wise. 059:024

Allah and His angels send blessings on the Prophet: O ye that believe! Send ye blessings on him, and salute him with all respect. 033:056

Assalaamu-Alaikum, Wa-Rahmatullahay Wa barakatahu,
I am Nazneena, a humble servant of Allah (swt).

Say: “Truly, my prayer and my service of sacrifice, my life and my death, are (all) for Allah, the Cherisher of the Worlds: 006:162

It is a great honor and privilege for me to share the following stories and parables with you. Many of these stories especially in “The Circle of evil” are true. Some of the stories in the second section of “The Circle of righteousness” pertain to the facts of life’s conduct, and a couple of them pertain to the conflict in the Muslim Umma with regards to standing or sitting in respect for our beloved Holy Prophet Muhammad (owbp), this is the story about “Aqwab the Muslim convert” and the “King Masjoor” story. Other stories will reveal the virtues that one can receive through the Zikr of Allah (swt). The story entitled “Stoop to Conquer” will reveal how rewarding it is to throw away pride from our hearts through the fear of Allah (swt) punishment, and help benefit others who may be on the wrong path, in order to bring them onto the right path.

These stories and parables should not be taken lightly, they should be considered a guidance to help us steer our lives to the right direction (if needed). They will also describe how important it is to make humble supplication to Allah (swt).

It is important to note that these stories and parables were not written from my imagination. They were done under the supervision of Allah (swt) through my hard task of studying and researching the Holy Qur’an. Through my prayers and humble supplications I was blessed with three important tools which are: wisdom, patience and understanding, these tools helped me gather together material for my stories and parables. I was glued to the Holy Qur’an, which was very challenging for me in the most splendid and noblest ways. I said this was challenging because I used to be illiterate. My noble task of studying Al-Qur’an being an illiterate person is also a miracle from Allah (swt) which I will always be grateful to him for. I am very grateful for the help from my faithful husband, my two loving children.

May Allah (swt) reward them with all the good things in this world and in the hereafter. Ameen.

We are travelers in this fleeting world, and our journey will not always be smooth and peaceful because we have to face the test of Allah (swt) and the calamities of the devil.

Allah (swt) says in the Holy Qur’an:

Every soul shall have a taste of death: And We test you by evil and by good, by way of trial (in life), to Us must ye return.021:035

There is no doubt about it; our faith will be tested (by Allah swt) in the conflicts of our practical life. Just to say we believe in Allah (swt) is not enough, He would put us through His tests like He did with all His Apostles and Prophets (owbp). Our tests will be applied to all kinds of circumstances in our daily life and in relation to the environment around us.

Pain, grief and sorrow can be overcome if we take it the right way; we must not turn to evil, hate, envy and jealousy. If we constantly put all of our trust and faith in Allah (swt), for sure we would get true guidance, strength and courage to make any self-sacrifice (if necessary) or give justice and kindness which will help us to learn how to hold on to the rope of patience, it would also help to purify ourselves.

Just like when we use fire to get raid of all snakes or rats etc. in a cane field that is about to be harvest.

Allah (swt) is one, the source and center of all affairs; we must work in discipline, harmony and unity, to put down evil. The Hereafter is sure, when personal responsibilities will be enforced. For the true and sincere servants of Allah (swt), their will be the highest bliss, unmixed and everlasting. For those who defy Allah’s (swt) law, there will be the deepest enduring misery.

Through our Beloved Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (owbp), May Allah (swt) grant you the wisdom and the understanding of my parables, and short stories that will help to bring some peace and satisfaction to your hearts, as it did with mine.

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