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Role Play

Shakespeare was absolutely right - all the world's a stage and you are on it! It means we all have many roles to play. That means never identify with your role, or you will get very stuck and very stressed. You are not what you do. Your job, position, vocation are just roles. Play the role, never think you are the role - this is the art of making life creative and fun. All great actors dislike being typecast and seen to be good for one particular type of character or role. There is no role you cannot play, if you really want to play it. Which is the same as saying there is nothing you cannot do, if you really want to do it, nothing you cannot be, if you really want to be it. You can even be a Queen or King. You may not have a throne or a court of advisors, but you can create and express all the qualities and behaviours of a 'royal' character- dignity, respect, humility, caring...and many more. Be a 'royal', sit on your inner throne with dignity and self respect, and you will see many other royal qualities emerge through your character. And then...you will feel royal.


Regard for others brings trust.

When something negative happens, my trust in people breaks. I then
find it difficult to keep my mind free from the influence of my past
experience. Even if the others try to correct the situation, I am not
able to change my attitude towards them. When I see others, I have to
see them with a vision of regard. I need to pay attention only to look
at their specialities and keep myself free from the influence of the
past experiences. When I do this, I will be able to trust others even
while being cautious.


Meditating With Open Eyes

It is advised to practice meditation with eyes open. When we sit to meditate, if we close our eyes, what we do is that we send a signal to our mind, intellect and our physical body that sleep is close and that signal, in turn, induces sleep. That is the last thing we want to induce inside ourselves, while meditating. Meditation is a way to wake up and stay awake, not only physically, but in terms of being conscious and alert about what is happening internally and externallyIt is therefore good to practice with eyes open, so that during your meditation, you can become used to going beyond the physical inputs of what you see, hear, feel and smell and at the same time, remain exposed to these inputs. 

By practicing with open or semi-open eyes, it becomes easier to create the accurate state of consciousness while still being faintly aware of our surroundings. This will be essential in day to day activities when we want to stay connected to our inner peace while others around us may not necessarily be very peaceful. It will also help us to move deeply into our peaceful consciousness during conversations which at the same time, require alertness to go into the depth of ideas and concepts. When we are established in our peaceful, spiritual state (as a result of meditating), it is as if we are keeping our third eye, the eye of our intellect, open, which gives us the ability to see, in actions and interactions, what is true and false, and to make the right decisions without being influenced by others or our own emotions. All the above abilities are required many times during the day. We obviously can't keep closing our eyes to meditate each time any of these abilities are required.



Soul Sustenance 

Becoming Aware Of What Is Ego

All of us are familiar, to different extents, with the emotion of ego. All of us don't even define it in the same way. We are also aware to different extents, about the negative repercussions (effects) of the emotion of ego on us and on others. Depending on how aware we are about the effects, we work to eradicate the emotion from our daily lives, so that it neither disturbs us nor others. Some of us even consider it a positive emotion and feel it contributes positively to our personal and professional progress. To be aware completely of the negative effects of ego and to realize clearly whether it is a positive emotion or not in the first place, it is important to first become aware of what it is exactly. So, how can we define 'ego'? 

Ego is attachment, inside my consciousness, to an incorrect image of my 'self' which I then mistake for myself. When the attachment takes place, you lose your sense of 'identity' in the 'image' of the object of attachment which you create on the screen of your mind. That object can be something physical like your body, your physical personality, a relationship, a material possession, your status, money, a particular skill, respect from others, etc. or something non-physical like a belief; an opinion; a mindset, a memory, a particular virtue, specialty, power or a sanskara (positive or negative), etc. Therefore ego is the self attaching to and identifying with an image that is not the self. This process takes place entirely within our consciousness many times in the day, on the screen of the mind. E.g. When we say this is 'my' salary package (something physical) or 'my' opinion (something non-physical), we are (without being aware about it) creating an image of the salary package or the opinion inside our consciousness and becoming attached to it, so that we lose our self identity in the salary package or the opinion, believing that 'I' am the 'salary package' or the 'opinion'. So at that time, the salary package or the opinion becomes an incorrect image of the self to which I am attached. This is ego. If while thinking, feeling or speaking about 'my' salary package or 'my' opinion, we do not become attached to or do not lose our self identity in either of the two, then that is not ego. 

Message for the day 

True help is to help people discover their own specialities.

Expression: When others' negativities or weaknesses are perceived, it is essential to look at their positivity or specialities too. This will naturally bring love and positivity in the relationship and there will be an encouragement of that positivity. So even if that person has no recognition or has not been using his speciality, an encouragement of it by others will naturally enable him to begin to use it. 

Experience: Making others aware of their specialities and subtly encouraging them to use these specialities is a great help that I can do for others. When I am able to give this unique help and cooperation, I not only find benefit for others, but I am also able to get the good wishes of others. Even others naturally become positive with my positive atti

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Assalam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu
Allah chooses to bless some couples with children, while others are not as blessed. Those that Allah gives children to need to realize that there is a responsibility attached to this gift, and that it is necessary to bring them up with right values, decency and correct understanding and appreciation of why the human race has been put on this earth. This cannot be taught as a course of education, but parents need to point them in the right direction with basic inputs. That necessitates that they themselves have the correct foundation. It is a self-sustaining process, and with dedication, the process only gets strengthened.
Children, if guided well, can be a source of great benefit after we die, and can eventually be a means of our attaining success on the Day of Judgment. The attached booklet will provide more matter on this, and you will find it, Insha Allah, of benefit.

Please save this booklet and read it at leisure. Please also share this with all your people so they too may benefit from the wisdom contained in it. 
The following are the books/booklets sent you previously. You can download any or all of them by clicking on the links provided below.

The Fundamentals of Tawheed
Are we Forced or do we have Free Will
Eeman and its Components
Exposing Shaytan
Faith in the Angels
Four Foundations of Shirk
How do we Believe in the LAST DAY
Islamic Principles for the Muslim's Attitude during Fitan
The Day of Resurrection in light of soorah an-naba
The Modernists and the Hadeeth Rejectors
The Ruling Concerning Mawlid
What you must believe about your Creator
Worldly Difficulties- Reality, Causes and Benefits
Q & A on Islamic Matters- Vol. 1
Q & A on Islamic Matters- Vol. 2
Q & A on Islamic Matters- Vol. 3
Q & A on Islamic Matters- Vol. 4
Ibn Kathir's Stories of the Prophets
Salvation through Repentance
Death and Resurrection
A Code for Everyday Living by Imam Bukhari
Warning against Usury Transactions by Shaikh Ibn Baz
The Evil of Craving for Wealth and Status
Forbidden Business Transactions in Islam
Dealing with Worries and Stress
The Bible The Quran and Science
The Ideal Muslim
The Ideal Muslimah
Common Questions about Islam
Islam is your Birthright
The Sealed Nectar
Major Sins
In Pursuit of Allah's Pleasure
Guarding the Tongue
The End of Times and the Mahdi
Developing Khushoo in prayer
40 Recommendations for the Muslim Home
Fortress of the Muslim
Life and Death
Imam Nawawi's 40 Hadith
Nullifiers of Islam
Ibn Kathir's Stories of the Quran
Know our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)
On Knowledge by Shaikh Ibn Baz
Seventy ways to earn reward from Allah
In the Early Hours
The Evils of the Tongue
Why do we pray
Prophet Muhammad- His Life, Manners and Characteristics
Islam and Women 
Quran in Excel
30 Examples from the Life of the Prophet
The Lawful and the Prohibited in Islam
The Prophet's Methods for correcting peoples' mistakes
Adhering to the Sunnah
Celebrating the Birthday of the Prophet
How to become Muslim
How to taste the true beauty of Salah
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam
Common Questions asked by non-Muslims
Is Allah One or Three?
Is the Trinity Doctrine Divinely Inspired?
Advice to participants of the Tableeghi Jamaat
Dawah without Knowledge
Things to do when a person is dying
Ways to show off that we need to avoid
On Signs of the Last Day and on Gog and Magog
Knowing Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
Belief in the Angels and its effect on the life of the Ummah
Patience and gratitude
The Authentic Creed by Shaikh Ibn Baz
Duas for the Morning, Evening, and After Prayers
Enjoining Right and Forbidding Wrong
The Criterion between the friends of Allah and the friends of Shaytan
The Bride's Boon
Forty Rabbana Duas from the Quran
The True Message of Jesus Christ
Did God become Man?
The Promised Prophet of the Bible
The Secret World
The Nuts and Bolts of Inheritance
Conditions of the Shahadah
Sufficiency in Creed
A book of duas
Contemporary Issues
Death is Enough as an Admonition
Only two words to solve all problems
On Taraweeh Prayers by Sheikh Abdul-Azeez bin Baaz
Fasting and its Rulings
Learning Arabic- Volumes 1
Learning Arabic- Volumes 2
Learning Arabic- Volumes 3 
Learning Arabic- Volumes 4
Basic Arabic Grammar- a preview
The State of Pious in Ramadhan
The State of Salaf in Ramadan
The Scientific Miracles of the Quran
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 1
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 2
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 3
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 4
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 5
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 6
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 7
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 8
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 9
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 10
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 11
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 12
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 13
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 14
In the Shade of the Quran- Volumes 18
Appendix to In the Shade of the Quran 
Al-Quran, the Miracle of Miracles
Is the Bible God's Word?
Christ in Islam
Crucifixion or Crucifiction
What the Bible says about Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)
Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) the natural successor to Christ
Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) the Greatest
What is His Name?
Basic principles in Tawheed, Fiqh and Aqeedah
The Correct Belief and the Nullifiers of Islam
The Divine Predecree and Ordainment
Conditions, Pillars and Requirements of Prayer
The Status of the Sunnah in Islam
Aspects of the Days of Ignorance
The Status of Jesus in Islam
10 Guidelines for obtaining knowledge
Advice to the Muslim Woman
Laying the Foundations for seeking knowledge

How are we obligated to interpret the Noble Quraan (Sh. Al Albanee)


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