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Ramadan 2009 (The Holy Month)


Intercession of the Holy Quran

It is reported in “Bazaaz” that when a person who recites the Holy Quran regularly, dies, and his family are busy in arranging the bathing and shrouding of the body, the Holy Quran comes to the deceased in a beautiful form.

It stays by the head of the deceased until he is wrapped in a burial shroud. Once in the burial shroud, the Holy Quran moves to the chest and stays there until the deceased is lowered into the grave.

Once lowered into the grave, soil is put on the grave and the family and friends of the deceased leave. Then the Angels come to question the deceased and wake him up. At that time, the Holy Quran becomes a barrier between the Angels and the deceased.

The Angel’s say, “Move, so that we may question him.”

The Holy Quran replies, “By Allah! That is not possible. Undoubtedly, this is my friend and companion and I cannot forsake him and leave him now; I will protect him fully. If you have been ordered to do something, then go and act upon that and leave from here, for I will not leave his side until I get him entered into Paradise.”

Then the Holy Quran looks at the deceased and says, “I am the Quran that you used to recite audibly and silently.” (Masnad Bazaaz)

Rusted Hearts

When a heart is drowned in fulfilling its desires and committing various kinds of sins, it becomes neglectful of the remembrance of the Lord, and forgets its reason for being alive, the result is that, little by little, it becomes rusted, and this rust is the cause of dissension in the whole body.

Our Beloved Prophet (S.A.W) said, “Undoubtedly, hearts get rusted just as Iron gets rusty when water falls on it.”

How can this rust be cleaned?
How can our hearts be polished?
What is the thing that can remove the rust that is on our hearts?

These kinds of questions were raised in the hearts of the Companions (R.A), and they asked, “Ya Rasoolullah (S.A.W) how is the heart cleaned?”

The Master of The Universe (S.A.W) replied, “Remembering death often and reciting the Holy Quran.” (Mishkat)