Saturday, October 29, 2011



If someone doesn't want to follow his/her desires, he/she is a STRANGER.
If someone doesn't want to disobey Allah and His Messenger, he/she is a STRANGER.
If someone gives up his/her previous sinful life, he/she is a STRANGER.
If someone tries to follow the Qu'ran and Sunnah, he/she is a STRANGER.
If someone cares more for what their Lord sees than what other people will think, he/she is a STRANGER.
If someone prefers to be a STRANGER in this world and struggles to enter JANNAH, he/she is a STRANGER in this life and WELCOMED BY ALLAH.

Don't try to get in the group of sin to be "cool", don't try to make yourself look like what non-Muslim people think of "normal", don't try to prove yourself to ANYONE but Allah, don't try to do anything not to be a STRANGER!

Because, Ummah, the Messenger of Allah (salAllahu 'alayhi wa salam) and all of the other messengers were all STRANGERS. They were part of their nations when they hadn't received the call from Allah.
After the call, they became STRANGERS. People would struggle and fight against them, they would do anything for the messengers to deny the call of OUR LORD, even the worst of actions they would do just to have their earthly "heaven" back to them, just to live as they wanted and deny God's rules. Just to follow their DESIRES.
The most beloved to Allah are STRANGERS, they don't act by other people's will, they act by Allah's rules.
So, don't be sad to be a STRANGER, don't be afraid of being a STRANGER, be PROUD. Because you're in a high position...

Remember Ummah, the Messenger of Allah (salAllahu 'alayhi wa salam) was considered trustworthy, an honest man. He was praised by everyone for his attributes... And people saw him as a STRANGER when he claimed to be the Messenger of Allah, subhanAllah...

Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (salAllahu 'alayhi wa salam) as saying:

"The world is a prison−house for a believer and Paradise for a non−believer". (Muslim)

May Allah make us strangers in this world. Ameen.



Asma Khan said...

Wear your Deen as a crown on your head and hold the Dunya in your hands. Whenever your crown of Deen moves outta place, you have to empty your hands of the Dunya to fix it... :)

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Black Pearl said...

assalamu alaykum waRahmatullahi waBarakatuh,
MashaAllah, lovely post. Yes, we must follow Allah's rules, and being a stranger <3 is a good thing. Just be yourself as a stranger =P

Take care

Anonymous said...

We, the TRUE Muslims, are "strangers" in a sense that we are the only ones on the right,
the only ones with the only key to Jannah/Heaven,
the only ones who are the true friends of God (Allah),
the only ones insha-Allah on our way to Jannah/Heaven.

We're not like the others with false beliefs who are all 'alike' in being astray,
We're different and proud to be different in that we're not the ones committing that big mistake,
mistake in disbelieving in the One True God,
We're strangers in that we're the ones with the religion that is no lie and no fraud,

We're Muslims, we're the best,
The best of us will insha-Allah be the ones to pass Allah's Tests,
On Judgment Day.

Allah knows best :)

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