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    Aayt e Karima is part of Quraan right. so why not recite the whole quraan and one verse CANT be classed as more powerful over the other .. The entire Quran is powerful equally.

    secondly, if a person prays 5 times .. and recites durood upon the Prophet SAW and recites the Quraan and understands it 'not from google point of view' but learn/understand it from an Aalim and then acts upon what is learnt ... then that person does not need to do any wazeefay *not saying that they aint allowed but just saying this is the way to go about it* i.e. Prayer is Farz and wazaaif etc are nafl..


    leme give you an example .. if a person eats badaam - almonds lets say after hes eaten .. hes gona feel the deliciousness and mazza of eating the badaam .. but if that person is hungry and his stomach is vibrating to be fed and then you try to eat badaam .. it aint gona affect you .. your gona wana eat a full meal .. exactly the same way .. anything to get its effect you need to prepare for it .. i..e. pray salah then only will your other wazaif ..nafli ibaadaat will effect a persons life.

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    [50] Surah Qaf [Qaf]
    Ayat 34. “Enter you therein in (Jannah) peace and security; this is a Day of eternal life!"
    Ayat 35. There they will have all that they desire, and We have more (for them, i.e. a glance at the All-Mighty, All-Majestic SWT
    Tafseer of Surah Qaf Ayat 34 and 35. "Enter ye therein in Peace and Security; this is a Day of Eternal Life!" The true meaning of Islam: peace, security, salutation, and accord with Allah's Plan in all Eternity. 35. There will be for them therein all that they wish, - and more besides in Our Presence. To get all that our purified wishes and desires comprehend may seem to sum up final Bliss; but there is something still wanting, which is supplied by the Presence of Allah, the Light of His Countenance.

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    [54] Surah Al-Qamar [The Moon]

    Ayat 40. And indeed, We have made the Qur’an easy to understand and remember, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?

    Tafseer of Surah Al-Qamar (The Moon) Ayat 40. And We have indeed made the Qur´an easy to understand and remember: then is there any that will receive admonition?




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    [54] Surah Al-Qamar [The Moon]

    Ayat 49. Verily, We have created all things with Qadar (Divine Preordainments of all things before their creation, as written in the Book of Decrees Al-Lauh Al-Mahfouz).

    Ayat 50. And Our Commandment is but one, as the twinkling of an eye.

    Tafseer of Surah Al-Qamar (The Moon) Ayat 49 & 50. Verily, all things have We created in proportion and measure. Allah's Creation is not haphazard. Everything goes by law, proportion, and measure. Everything has its appointed time, place, and occasion, as also its definite limitation. Nothing happens but according to His Plan, and every deed, word, and thought of man has its fullest consequences, except insofar as the Grace and Mercy of Allah intervenes, and that is according to law and plan. (Cf. 2:117). 50. And Our Command is but a single (Act), like the twinkling of an eye. While in the life of created things there is "proportion and measure", and a lag of time or distance or circumstance, in Allah's Command, the Design, the Word, the Execution, and the Consequences are but a single Act. The simile given is that of the twinkling of an eye, which is the shortest time that a simple man can think of: the cause which occasions the twinkling, the movement of the muscles connected with it, the closing of the eyelids, and their reopening, are all almost like a simultaneous act. By way of contrast take an illustration like that of a man writing a book. He must form the design in his mind; he must prepare himself by research, collection of knowledge, or of personal experience: he must use or acquire the art of writing; he must collect the material for writing, viz., paper, ink, pen, etc., and this will connect with a chain of manufacturing processes in which he is dependent upon other people's work and experience; then his book may have to be printed or lithographed or bound, and sold, or taken to a library, or presented to a friend, which will bring into play numerous other chains of processes, and dependence upon other people's work or skill; arid the lag of Time, Space, and Circumstance will occur at numerous stages. In Allah's Command, the word "Be" (kun) includes everything, without the intervention, of or dependence upon any other being or thing whatever. And this is also another phase of the philosophy of Unity.


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    [54] Surah Al-Qamar [The Moon]

    Ayat 51. And indeed, We have destroyed your likes, then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?

    Ayat 52. And each and everything they have done is noted in (their) Records (of deeds).

    Tafseer of Surah Al-Qamar (The Moon) Ayat 51 & 52. And (oft) in the past, have We destroyed gangs like unto you: then is there any that will receive admonition? Ashya 'akum: 'gangs or parties or collection of men like you'—addressed to wicked men who arrogantly rely upon their own strength or combination, neither of which can stand for a moment against the Will of Allah. 5166 The cases of Pharaoh's men of old and the Pagan Quraysh are considered as parallel, and an appeal is addressed to the latter from the experience of the former: 'will ye not learn and repent?' 52. All that they do is noted in (their) Books (of Deeds) The point is that nothing which men do is lost—good or evil. Everything gives rise to an inevitable chain of consequences, from which a release is only obtained by the intervention of Allah's Grace acting on an act, a striving of the human will to repent and turn to Allah.


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    [54] Surah Al-Qamar [The Moon]

    Ayat 53. And everything, small and big is written (in Al-Lauh Al-Mahfouz already beforehand i.e. before it befalls, or is done by its doer) (See the Qur’an V.57:22).

    Ayat 54. Verily, The Muttaqun (pious), will be in the midst of Gardens and Rivers (Paradise).

    Ayat 55. In a seat of truth (i.e. Paradise), near the Omnipotent King (Allah, the All-Blessed, the Most High, the Owner of Majesty and Honour).

    Tafseer of Surah Al-Qamar (The Moon) Ayat 53 to 55. Every matter, small and great, is on record. 54. As to the Righteous, they will be in the midst of Gardens and Rivers, The record, in the case of those who dishonored and violated Truth, will lead to their undoing; but in the case of those who honored the Truth and adopted it so as to shine in their righteous lives, the result is expressed by four metaphors, in an ascending degree of sublimity: (1) they will be in the midst of Gardens where rivers flow; (2) they will be in an Assembly of Truth; (3) in the Presence of Allah; (4) Whose sovereignty is omnipotent. "Gardens " with Rivers (flowing beneath): this has been explained more than once already: Cf. 43:70. The Garden suggests all the Bliss we can imagine through our senses. 55. In an Assembly of Truth, in the Presence of a Sovereign Omnipotent. While we possess our bodily senses, the best conceptions we can form are through our sense-perceptions, and the Garden is a good symbol from that point of view. The next higher understanding of spiritual truth is through our intellect and social satisfaction. This is best symbolized by the Assembly of Truth—the gathering in which we sit with our fellows and enjoy the realization of Truth and the dissipation of falsehoods and half-truths. But there is a higher conception still, something so intensely spiritual that it can only be expressed by reference to the Presence of Allah. Muqtadir, which is translated Omnipotent, implies something more: the eighth-declension form denotes not only complete mastery, but the further idea that the mastery arises form Allah's own nature, and depends on nothing else whatever. (R).


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