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Beware of Anger

Du'a is always the weapon of the believer, whereby he asks Allah (SWT) to protect him from evil, trouble and bad behaviour

Post by on Monday, September 20, 2021

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If an angry person could see himself in the mirror when he is angry, he would hate himself and the way he looks. If he could see the way he changes, and the way his body and limbs shake, how his eyes glare and how out of control and crazy his behaviour is, he would despise himself and be revolted by his own appearance. It is well-known that inner ugliness is even worse than outer ugliness; how happy the Shaitan must be when a person is in this state! We seek refuge with Allah (SWT) from the Shaitan and from failure.
Du'a is always the weapon of the believer, whereby he asks Allah (SWT) to protect him from evil, trouble and bad behaviour and seeks refuge with Him from falling into the pit of kufr or wrongdoing because of anger. One of the three things that can help save him is: being fair at times of contentment and of anger (Saheeh al-Jaami‘, 3039). 
One of the du‘aas of the Prophet (SAW) was: “O Allah, by Your knowledge of the Unseen and Your power over Your creation,  keep me alive for as long as You know life is good for me, and cause me to  die when You know death is good for me. 
O Allah, I ask You to make me fear You in secret and in public, and I ask You to make me speak the truth in times of contentment and of anger. I ask You not to let me be extravagant in poverty or in prosperity. I ask You for continuous blessings, and for contentment that does not end. I ask You to let me accept Your decree, and for a good life after death. I ask You for the joy of seeing Your face and for the longing to meet You, without going through diseases and misguiding fitnah.
 O Allah, adorn us with the adornment of faith and make us among those who are guided. Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.” 
 
(Author is Engineering Graduate)

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