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The enter chambers of Traps and Enchantment



“I feel trapped within me, unable to move forward nor backwards, tied up, with my eyes clover with a sandy gas element, like in a vault which keys, well, really like which the keys seem to be with-in my mind and soul; the keys that would surely free me from this encaged vault that so confines me, at least though it seems, keeping me from my fulfilled dreams and hopes for a successful life on Earth and the hereafter.”

Many of us have been given a “light” by which others may see by as well. The glory, the magnificence and all of the credit surely belongs to Allah (God) any way; either way one chose to look at it. But what about this inter lost in one’s self, this entrapment does not feels good nor looks like an ending is near. So many souls have cried out for help from these chambers, these endless walls of pain, depression, and despair; desperate to depart this resonating echoing of chills deep in empty, hollow yet constricted extremely slim fine narrowed space, differently voided of peace, far out of the reach of others -family and friends alike, or so it seems. It doesn’t matter if you are educated or not in fact the educated are often the easer prey. It doesn’t’ matter if you are religious or not, except true believers, who will by the grace of Allah (God) endue most pains. It doesn’t even matter if you are rich or poor. The soul is the soul. So, who can and who will even try to help one in this great need – without attempting to over power their time of weakness? Just s flicker, a flash of light, pleads the desperate souls, a flicker for only one second to take away this unbearable sickness lying in total disarray. Who will offer the true loving and caring with an understanding so needed to bring a long desired healing from these depressives, hurting hours up on hours or pain deep, very deeply cemented within rusted unattended smiles hiding tears of moaning and grooming. A victim of- self, is no fun.

Prophet Muhammad (may Allah be pleased with him) reportedly said in a short pray “Oh Allah, the One Who inference the heart, make my heart turn toward your Deen (way of life for men and jinn)”. We see here that the heart can look for goodness and do goodness, but only by the mercy of Allah ( God). We should try to do well and ask Allah for His gildings……….Why is the asking a Must?

“Did man upon saying the he believe, think that he would not be tested, surely man will be tested just like those before him”, from The Quran informed.



Surely, the enter part of us seeks out direction and certainty. However, what we seek is peace of mind and well-being that feels great and brings us back to life again: But can we really trust what is in side of us? If so how do we know and more importantly are we SURE? Allah (God) has placed inside of us all a self-correcting spirit; however, how can we recognize it as it communicates with us. We humans also have a jinn and differently two angels (may be more at times, Insha’Allah (God willing]), one angel writes down our bad deeds while the other angel write down our good deeds. This other thing within us is called a jinn, is a little strange, but real. Therefore, with so much going on inside of us 24 hours a day every day, how do we find our way correctly? Our book (scripture) is where we get directions and guides; we refer to the text of our scriptures as an authority then we affirm what we feel inside us. But, why do we reference a higher authority? The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "On the Day of Resurrection, I will intercede and say, 'O my Lord! Admit into Paradise (even) those who have faith equal to a mustard seed in their hearts.'" - Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 9, Hadith 600

"On the Day of Judgment, We shall set up scales of justice so that no one will be dealt with unjustly in any way; even if someone has an act as small as a grain of a mustard seed, We will bring it to account, and sufficient are We to settle the accounts." - The Holy Quran, 21:47

The Christians refer to the Bible, the Hindu may refer to Buda, and the Muslims refer to the Qur’an. When you speak with Christians, they usually say that “according to the Bible” as they make their point; ---we all truth our scriptures as the authority, greatly; we remember what it says and take proud is restating its message, plus some of us even attempt to explain its meanings.*** My deen is Islam and everything is supported in my deen (way of life); this is strongly demanded. From the site “ daily Hadith online” : Anas ibn Malik reported: The Prophet, (peace and blessings be upon him,) said, “None will taste the sweetness of faith until he loves a person only for the sake of Allah , until he would rather be thrown in the fire than to return to unbelief, and until Allah and his messenger are more beloved to him than anything else.”

Source: Ṣaḥīḥ al-Bukhārī 5694, Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim 43

When we refer Prophet Muhammad (may Allah be pleased with him), we state the trail and stream of transmission, who say that he say what he said and how was their character. For example, someone was known have some personal Knowledge about Muhammad (may Allah be pleased with him) , but because the examiner saw this man beating his horse, the examiner decided not to even speak with that man, perchance an error in the man may possible cause his statement to have some error as well. Our enter chambers depends on what we hold as knowledge and truth based upon something that we can really stand on and even die for. We believe our scriptures as the authority, greatly; therefore, we live by what it say. The chamber traps that may be inside of us can also be of an enchantment nature for some. Those who find joy in given to others, helping other, visiting the sick, feeding the hunger; people acting lie the angels.;;;

From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia on line

Main article: Iman (concept)

In Islam, a believer's faith in the metaphysical aspects of 8 ;Islam is called "Iman" (Arabic: الإيمان‎‎), which is complete submission to the will of God, not unquestionable or blind belief.[30][31] A man must build his faith on well-grounded convictions beyond any reasonable doubt and above uncertainty. According to the Quran, Iman must be accompanied by righteous deeds and the two together are necessary for entry into Paradise.[32] In the Hadith of Gabriel, Iman in addition to Islam and Ihsan form the three dimensions of the Islamic religion.


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