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                                                           A Woman

 

                                                           أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم

                                   I Seek Refuge With (الله)God From The Stoned Shaitan (Satan)

 

                                                         بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

                                In The Name Of (الله)God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

 

 

 

 

 

Thus It Is That When A Baby-Girl Was Born It Was As Though A New 

Moon Had Appeared In The Sky And That A New World Had Come Into

Being. Everyone Adored Her. Everyone Took Her In Their Loving Arms.

She Crawled - She Walked - She Played - She Laughed - She Sang - She

Danced. She Had Narry A Care In The World As She Playfully Traversed

The Springtime Of Her Childhood And Youth. She Was A Miracle To

Behold.

 

Then She Blushed With Shyness As She Welcomed Her Summertime

When She Bloomed And Blossomed Into A Woman More Beautiful Than A

Raindrop On A Rainbow That Falls Gently Upon A Rose Petal. The World

Gazed In Wonder At Her Beauty And From Their Lips Came The Words:

Subhan ALLAH! The Singers Sang Of Her, The Poets Composed Verses

About Her. And This, Also, Was A Miracle To Behold.

 

And Then Autumn Overtook Her As The Green Leaves Of Her Life

Began To Turn To Brown. Wrinkles Appeared Around Her Eyes And Here

And There A Strand Of Her Hair Turned To Grey.

 

Finally Her Winter Arrived When The Moon Returned Like An Old Dry 

Withered Branch Of A Date Palm

 

وَالْقَمَرَ قَدَّرْنَاهُ مَنَازِلَ حَتَّىٰ عَادَ كَالْعُرْجُونِ الْقَدِيمِ

 

Surat Yā-Sīn (Ya Sin) - سورة يس

(Chapter No:36:Verse No:39)

 

And She Made

Ready To Gracefully Fold Her Tent, To Say Goodbye, And To Disappear Into

The Darkness Of The Night.

 

 

But She Was So Full Of Gratitude To ALLAH Most High All Through

The Journey Of Life Through Time. When She Had Her Season Of Spring

She Thanked Him For It, And So Too Her Summer And Then Her Autumn

And Finally Her Winter. She Had No Sorrow Over The Arrival Of Autumn

Or Winter. She Was Proud Of Her Grey Hairs When They Began To Mingle

With The Natural Color Of Her Hair. Not For Anything That The World

Could Offer Did She Ever Wish To Return To Her Spring Or Summer For She

Loved Her Autumn And Her Winter Just As Much. And So She Aged

Gracefully.

 

 

The Older She Grew The More Beauty She Radiated – An External

Expression Of Inner Beauty. And When The Time Came For The Angel Of

Death To Take Her Away, When It Was Time For The Moon To Disappear

Into The Darkness Of The Sky And For The Dark Night To Envelop The

World, There Were No Regrets In Parting From The Only World She Had

Ever Known.

She Wanted To Leave This World With Gratitude To ALLAH In

Her Heart Because He Had Promised Those Who So Thanked Him That He

Would Bestow On Them An Increase Of Bounty And Favors

 

وَإِذْ تَأَذَّنَ رَبُّكُمْ لَئِن شَكَرْتُمْ لَأَزِيدَنَّكُمْ ۖ وَلَئِن كَفَرْتُمْ إِنَّ عَذَابِي لَشَدِيدٌ

 

Surat 'Ibrāhīm (Abrahim) - سورة ابراهيم

(Chapter: 14 Verse :07).

 

She Did Not Sigh! She Did Not Share Indian Emperor

Bahadur Shah Zafar’s Lament:

 

 

‘Umr Daraz Maang Layay Thay Char Din,

Do Arzoo Main Kat Gayay Thay, Do Intizar Main!

[From The ‘Chest Of Drawers’ Of Lifespans,

I Sought And Obtained (A Lifespan Of) Four Days,

Two (Of The Four) Have Gone In Wishing And

The Other Two In Waiting!]

 

 

Rather, Such A Believing Woman Was Ever Ready To Travel On In

Time To New Worlds Of Time. She Never Defied The Passage Of Time, And So She Never Disrespected ALLAH Most High – Because He Is Time.

Whoever Lives In Harmony With Time Lives In Harmony With His Lord

And Creator! Whoever Can Penetrate Time Beyond The ‘Here And Now’

Can Read And Understand The Signs Of ALLAH And The Signs Of The Last

Day As They Unfold In The Movement Of History.

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Comment by Ghufran Asif on February 12, 2012 at 9:22pm

Those kinda women are hard to find these dayz

Comment by sadia ali on February 12, 2012 at 9:20pm

thanks dear 

Comment by + ♥ SAD EYES♥ + on February 12, 2012 at 10:02am

good point sadia keep it up

Comment by + ♥ SAD EYES♥ + on February 12, 2012 at 10:01am

Woman's status in Islam is one of the most controversial and serious issues of our time, not only among Muslim women and those who represent them in the area of women's rights in the Islamic world, but also among fundamentalist Muslims. The reader may find himself confused owing to the large number of books that treat this subject, for the most part, superficially and partially. Some cover Islam's achievements for the woman,(1) maintaining that it was Islam that gave the woman her rights and honour,(2) while others blame all the disadvantages in the position of Muslim women on Islam.(3)

Comment by + ♥ SAD EYES♥ + on February 12, 2012 at 9:58am

How can anyone justify Islam's treatment of women, when it imprisons Afghans under blue shuttlecock burqas and makes Pakistani girls marry strangers against their will?  How can you respect a religion that forces women into polygamous marriages, mutilates their genitals, forbids them to drive cars and subjects them to the humiliation of "instant" divorce? In fact, none of these practices are Islamic at all

Comment by __SONO__(*_*) on February 12, 2012 at 1:56am

Wow... Very nice and amazing article...  Thanks! for sharing...

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