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Thursday, September 3, 2009

True Promise of a Powerful King

Shaddad Ibn `Amr said: “The Hereafter is a true promisewhere a powerful king will judge between the people. The life of this world is full of vanities that are available for both the pious and the sinner. There is no plea for him who hears and disobeys, and no plea against him who hears and obeys. Don’t take the life of this world as a valuable thing because it spares none, and don’t reject it because the Hereafter can be obtained only through the life of this world.”

The Life of This World is a Transient Shade by Abdul Malik Al-Qasim

Taken from Benefit of the Day- Ramadan 1429

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