Aku resah
Bagaikan malam tiada bintang
Bagaikan samudera tiada hidupan
Bagaikan bernafas tiada udara
Bagaikan bernyawa tiada diri

Aku hairan
Pelik dengan kenyataan terbentang
Bagaimana harusku cantum
Agar menjadi potret indah
Kelihatan mudah
Termengah-mengah mencari
Kesesakan jelas tergapai
Sampai di satu sudut
Aku rasa bosan

Kealpaan meyelubungi
Persis tidak pasti
Akan siang dan malam
Akan hitam dan putih
Akan noda dan suci

Merayu meminta fitrahnya diri
Airmata bercucuran deras
Masih bingung akan kenyataan
Mohon diberkati acapkali
Tapi masih rasa dipinggir
Terputuskah sudah?

Ya Allah, semua takdir yang menimpaku, baik atau buruk semakin menuntunku ke jalanMu

-UkhT^|LaLL|qa >_^


Kenapa aku yang diuji?? :(

Kenapa Aku Diuji ?
“Apakah manusia itu mengira bahawa mereka dibiarkan saja mengatakan; “Kami telah beriman,” sedangkan mereka tidak diuji? Dan sesungguhnya kami telah menguji org2 yg sebelum mereka, maka sesungguhnya Allah mengetahui org2 yg benar dan sesungguhnya Dia mengetahui org2 yg dusta.”- Surah Al-Ankabut ayat 2-3
Kenapa Aku Tak Dapat Apa Yg Aku Idam-Idamkan ?
“Boleh jadi kamu membenci sesuatu padahal ia amat baik bagimu, dan boleh jadi pula kamu menyukai sesuatu, padahal ia amat buruk bagimu, Allah mengetahui sedang kamu tidak mengetahui.” – Surah Al-Baqarah ayat 216
Kenapa Ujian Seberat Ini ?
“Allah tidak membebani seseorang itu melainkan sesuai dengan kesanggupannya.” – Surah Al-Baqarah ayat 286
Rasa Frust ?
“Jgnlah kamu bersikap lemah, dan jgnlah pula kamu bersedih hati, padahal kamulah org2 yg paling tinggi darjatnya, jika kamu org2 yg beriman.”- Surah Al-Imran ayat 139
Bagaimana Harus Aku Menghadapinya ?
“Wahai orang-orang yang beriman! Bersabarlah kamu (menghadapi segala kesukaran dalam mengerjakan perkara-perkara yang berkebajikan) , dan kuatkanlah kesabaran kamu lebih daripada kesabaran musuh, di medan perjuangan), dan bersedialah (dengan kekuatan pertahanan di daerah- daerah sempadan) serta bertaqwalah kamu kepada Allah supaya, kamu berjaya (mencapai kemenangan).”- Surah Al-Imran ayat 200
“Dan mintalah pertolongan (kepada Allah) dengan jalan sabar dan mengerjakan sembahyang; dan sesungguhnya sembahyang itu amatlah berat kecuali kepada orang-orang yang khusyuk” – Surah Al-Baqarah ayat 45
Apa Yang Aku Dapat Drpd Semua Ini ?
“Sesungguhnya Allah telah membeli dr org2 mu’min, diri, harta mereka dengan memberikan syurga utk mereka… ..- Surah At-Taubah ayat 111
Kepada Siapa Aku Berharap ?
“Cukuplah Allah bagiku, tidak ada Tuhan selain drNya. Hanya kepadaNya aku bertawakkal. “- Surah At-Taubah ayat 129
Aku Tak Tahan !
“… ..dan jgnlah kamu berputus asa dr rahmat Allah. Sesungguhnya tiada berputus asa dr rahmat Allah melainkan kaum yg kafir.”- Surah Yusuf ayat 87
and a good reminder for me tOo, insyaAllah.

Cinta Allah dan Rasulullah s.a.w




SaLaaM readers =)
Feeling good?? Hmmmph.. That’s good! *k k.. pape jek laa eh shikin..*

Anyway! Im BACK!!!!
Away from the sorrow and eeeyah.. feeling fresh *Stretching*

The usrah yesterday was exceptionally enriching. Alhamdulillah, it has helped me to develop or rather improve my spiritual well-being (at the time where I was really really really down- and thanks God for opening my heart and thus I attended the usrah)

To have people like Ishak, Mokhsin and the newly-known bro, siswan, plus others were a blessing for me who is still terkial-kial wanting to be religious and stuff.

Yesterday topic was ‘Cinta Allah dan Rasul’.

Hehe…. U know what?? I’m still feeling guilty coz I din do much research on appointed topic. Sheesh! Kene improve ni… kalau tak smp bile Islam nak maju kan kan kan?

Oh ya! We started off the usrah with overview/summary from the previous 2 usrah. Recalling:
(1st) ‘Introduction to Usrah’ –Mixed usrah
(2nd) ‘Early marriage’ –gender-based

I started off with a sharing: there is this song by Chrisye featuring Ahmad Dhani from Dewa, title: ‘Kalau Syurga dan Neraka tak Ada’ (err… something like this..) The song captured my attention while I was editting some pics. The message that they wanna get across is:

Kite buat ibadah (e.g) mesti tulus.. not because of we want to enter the Paradise and we are afraid of the Hell.. In other words, we must do it just to please Allah and because we love Him.. if so we do something just for the sake of entering the Heaven, What if the Heaven and Hell do not exist. Get me??

On top of that, few brothers actually mentioned that keimanan (err… or izit something else??) is bertingkat-tingkat… at first (when we were small or rather permulaannya) + the nature of human beings who want rewards/ something in return when something else is being given, could assume or somewhat think that we do it for the sake of wanting to enter Paradise. Sape tanak kan masok syurga?? =)..

Yeaah.. but we must aware that actually we are supposed to do any good deeds for the sake of His pleasure. Afterall, the permission to enter the Paradise doesn’t rely on our good deeds done in dunia. Rather, whether Allah is pleased with us when we live our life in this temporary world (and the sincerity in ibadah is one of the countless ways we could actually attain His pleasure because in surah al’Israa’ says that: we, human and jinn, are created is to worship him..

Lotsa input being put across. Woooah! Still digesting them.

Ok, next about the Love of Rasulullah

I read somewhere that actually is always and usual to love someone if we gotta meet them. In the case of love for Rasulullah pbuh (peace be upon him),the love need to be instilled as we never meet him in person before. Yeah… cabaran kan? Hehe~ to love someone whom you never meet and only known through his seerah (history)!! BUT! That’s never impossible..

There’s a hadith shared by a bro (pardon me I cant recall the sanad-who narrated it-) saying that Rasulullah said to his companions that He wanted to meet his beloved ones. Then the companions asked: “Aren’t we your beloved?” and Rasulullah mentioned that they were his companions and his beloved ones are those people who love him but never meet him before.

Woooah! Touching kan?

That time I just woke up from sleep for subuh and it took me awhile to reaaaally WAKE UP and STAND UP when I heard this ceramah played on radio. This speaker was lecturing about the love for Rasulullah and at that point of time, he was quoting a hadith narrating to us about the death of rasulullah.

It was when Rasulullah was experiencing his sakaratul maut (when the angel of Death comes to ‘take’ us away). And as we are told, sakaratul maut tu pon sakit tauu… I read somewhere that the pain is like being slash with a very very very sharp blade/knife for 100 times.. Sedangkan Rasulullah yang dah dijanjikan syurga could really feel the pain.. ape lagi kiter ni yang selaluuuu sgt buat maksiat dan dose2..

*Come! Let’s instighfar*

Ok, back to the hadith… Since the pain is so much, Rasulullah asked the angel whether his ummat would encounter the same thing too.. And the angel of Death replied ‘Yes’.. and you know what…

*prepare to cry kk..*

The minute Rasullullah heard that, he was sO sad and he asked the angel to give him ALL the pain that his ummat will get when experiencing the sakaratul maut! He did that because RASULULLAH LOVES US SO MUCH –the ummat whom he never meet before!!

I was so touched and emotional when I heard that…. If he loves us, why in return we never try to love him??

Apart form reading his seerah, knowing his praised characters and selawat for him, there’s one thing a bro shared that could make us love him. He said that, if Allah’s beloved is Muhammad Rasullulah, who are we not to love him right??

Think think…….

Somebody shared with me a du’a which is good for us to practise tOo..
“Ya Allah, buatlah hatiku ini cinta pada sesiapa yang Kau cintai dan buatlah orang2 yang menyintaimu menyintaiku jua…”( the second part mcm ckp pasal jodoh pulak kkan?)

Sweet kan =)

Alrite! What else ehh… hmmph… I think enough for now.. can get personal update from me if u wanna noe moRe~

Next usrah will be 2 weeks from now. And it’s a gender-based one. So, sisters! We needa think of a topic. Any suggestion???

Beep me if you have any yO!


Last but not least…..

“And whosoever fears Allah and keeps his duty to Him, He will make a way for him to get out [from every diffficulty]. And He will provide him from [sources] he never could imagine. And whosoever puts his trust in Allah, the He will suffice him”
Qur’an 65:2-3

My Fav quote: Allah can comfort you in ways nobody else can! Yakin kayy??

Take care dearest~

Uncertainties Of Death

Everybody tries to avoid thinking about this.
Because…. the fact that most people are afraid to die.
However, death will certainly come, one fine day…
Only He knows when, how, and where…
Narrated Abdullah r.s: Allah’s Mesenger peace be upon him said,
“The keys of unseen are 5: Verily Allah! With Him (Alone) is the knowledge oh The Hour,
He sends down the rain and knows that which is in the wombs.
No person knows what he will earn tomorrow,
and no person knows in what land he will die.
Verily Allah is Al-Knower, Al-Aware
(Sahih al_Bukhari, vol 6 Hadith no 151)
Read The Lessons from Death by Harun Yahya 🙂
(watch it only it dark place and when u are alone. hehe~
InsyaAllah kiter semua insaf.
Orang yang pandai itu apabila dia tahu yang dia akan mati
dan akan bersedia untuk mati…



Ya Allah..fitrahkanlah diri ini tika aku menghadapMu kelak seperti mana fitrahnya aku ketika kau menghantar aku ke dunia.

Zuhud:Least Attachment to the World.


Cinta dunia adalah ‘kepala’ (punca) segala kerosakan! (hmm…)

I found this interesting article while surfing the net. woah~ it says abt ZUHUD i.e least attachement to the World..

Ade satu hadith ni (tapi tak sure pulak sape yang meriwayatkannya..) yang mengatakan. Nabi saw bersabda (terjemahannya) kebijaksanaan itu adalah bile seseorang tu mengingati mati dan bersedia untuk menghadapinya.

suke atau pon tidak, takot ataupun tidak, nak ataupon tidak, kiter semua AKAN meninggalkan dunia satu hari nanti.. cume mase dan bagaimana je berbeza di antare kiter.. doa2lah selalu supayer kiter mendapat husnul khaatimah (pengakhiran hidup yang baik) ameen 🙂

 Ooh btw article de bukan yang di atas.. this article is taken from:

have some time to read aaand share it with ur frenssss…! alrite? ingat, ilmu itu amanah 🙂 sebaik2nyer, kiter sebarkan ilmu yang telah pon kiter pelajari. di situlaah datang keberkatan 🙂

Doing Without the Pleasures of this World Abu’ l-Abbas as-Sa’idi said : “A man came to the Prophet (saws) and said, ‘Oh Messenger of Allah! Guide me to such an action, that when I do it, Allah will love me and the people will love me.  He said, be detached from this world and then Allah will love you and do not be attracted to what people have and then the people will love you”. related by  Hasan, ibn Majah kitab az-Zuhud  2/1373 This hadith shows that Allah loves those who live simply in this life.  It has been said that if having love for Allah is the best state to be in, then living simply is the best condition to be in. Living simply means that you should restrain your desire for worldly things in the hope of receiving something better instead.  In order to achieve this more easily you should first realise that the things which people yearn for in this world are infact worthless when compared with what we hope for in the next world. If we know that what Allah has will remain and that the life to come is better and more lasting, then we realise that this world is really like a piece of ice left out in the sun – it soon melts and vanishes . The akhirah  (after life),  however, essentially never vanishes. The desire one has to exchange this life for the one to come is strengthened by the certainty  that there is no comparison between this life and the next.   In the Qur’an we find this world and the next world described in the following terms:

“Yes you prefer the life of this world, but the next world is better and  more lasting.”               

Qur’an  87:16-17

“You desire the attractions of this world, but Allah desires the next world for you”        

Qur’an 8: 67 And they are happy with the life of this world, but the life of this world is small comfort compared to the next world. Qur’an 13:26 The hadiths which scorn worldly goods and describe how worthless they are in the sight  of Allah are many: Jabir ibn Abdullah reported that the Messenger of Allah (saws) happened to walk through the market place.  Some people were gathered on either side of him.  There he came across a dead goat with very short ears, of which he took hold saying,  “Who among you would like to have this for a dirham?” They said, “By Allah, not even if it were alive, because its ears are too short; and now it is also dead.”  Thereupon the messenger of Allah (saws) said, ” By Allah, this world is more insignificant in the sight of Allah than this in your eyes.” Related by Sahih Muslim, Kitab az-Zuhud 18/93 It has been related by Ibn Shaddad al-Fahri that the Prophet (saws) said, “This world, in comparison with the world to come, is the same as if one of you were to put his finger in the ocean.  Consider how much you would have when you pulled it out. related by Sahih Muslim Kitab al-jannatu wa Na’imuha,17/191.

It has been related by Ibn Sahl ibn Sa’ad that the Prophet (saws) said,

“Had the world been worth even the wing of a gnat to Allah, He would not have even given a drink of water from it to a kaffir (non-believer).” Related by Sahih gharib, at-Tirmidhi, Kitab az-Zuhud,  6/611. Living simply means turning away from the things of this world because they are so worthless.  You  do not bother with them and remain detached from them

Yunus ibn Maisarah said, ” Being detached from this world does not mean that you should forbid what Allah has permitted, nor that you should squander money.  Rather, it is a state in which you are more certain of what is in the hand of Allah than you are of what is in your own hands: your state in misfortune is the same as your state at other times; your attitude towards those who quite rightly criticise you and those who quite rightly praise you is the same.”

He has explained this in three stages, or stations, all of which are concerned with the heart rather than with physical action.  This is why Abu Sulayman used to say that you should not call anyone a zahid (the one who practices zuhud, someone whose heart is not attached to the pleasures and distractions of this world).

The first stage  is that of a servant who is more certain  of what is in the hand of Allah than he is of what is in his own hands. This stage  arises from a healthy and strong conviction. 

Abu  Hazim az Zahid was asked, “What is your wealth?” he said, “Two kinds of wealth dispel all fear of poverty trust in Allah and not being attached to what people have.” He was asked, “Don’t you fear poverty?” He said, “How can I fear poverty when my lord owns all that is in the heavens and on the earth and all that is between them and all that is beneath the ground?” Al-Fudayl said. “The essence of living simply is being content with Allah Mighty and Exalted is he.”

He also said, “The one who is content is the one who lives simply, and it is he who is rich.”

The one who has attained real faith, who trusts in Allah in all his affairs, and is content with what he provides for him, and remains unattached to the creation, out of fear and hope-and by so doing finds that pursuing worldly gains is not worth while-he attained the benefits of simplicity.  He is the richest of people, even though he may not possess a single thing in the world. As Omar said, “Death is teacher enough, true faith is wealth enough, and worship is action enough.” Ibn Masud said, “True belief is not trying to please people by doing things which would bring Allah’s displeasure on you, and not envying anyone for what Allah has given him. For Allah’s provision is not attracted simply by a mans being careful, nor is it deflected by another mans malice. Allah, with his justice, omniscience and wisdom, has made delight and joy the companions of faith and contentment, and  despair and sorrow the companions of distrust and dissatisfaction.” The second stage  is that of a servant who, if he is afflicted by some misfortune-like the death of a child, or the loss of wealth or goods-desires the reward for his accepting the loss more than his recovering what has been lost.  This is also a consequence of having complete trust.  Ali, may Allah be pleased with him, said, “Whoever lives simply in this world finds misfortune easy to endure.” Some of our predecessors used to say, “If it were not for the misfortunes of this world, we would arrive in the next world completely destitute.” The Third stage is that of a servant who regards praise and criticism equally. If the world occupies a place of importance in his heart then he would prefer praise to blame which in turn might make him abandon much good for fear of being censured, and do many bad things in his quest for praise.  This means that in his heart no other people’s opinions about him  are important .  What is important to him-is his love of the truth and his earning Allah’s good pleasure. Ibn Musad  said, “True faith is not trying to please other people by doing things which are displeasing to Allah. “Allah has praised those who fight in his way, without worrying about the opinions of others. Al Hasan Said,  “The person who lives simply is the one who finds it in his heart to say that someone else has surpassed him in it.”  Imam Ahmed, I believe, was once asked whether a wealthy man could live simply. He said, “Yes, if he is not pleased when his wealth increases nor sad when it decreases, then he can.” Ibrahim ibn Adham said, “There are 3 types of zuhud, or doing without, the first is as a result of having to do so, the second of praiseworthy action, and the third of being careful. avoiding haram (forbidden) things is obligatory, avoiding things which are halal (allowed)  may be praiseworthy, and avoiding things which are doubtful is prudent.” Any person who exchanges the things of this world is doing for the next world without something in this life and so we can call him a zahid, but doing without can also involve enjoying something in this world at the expense  of the next world, in this case it is something in the akhirah with which one is doing without. A righteous man was once told, “You do without much more than I do.” the man replied. “It is you who are more extreme in this, for I deny myself things in a life which will not last and whose rewards are uncertain, while you have denied yourself the akhirah.  No one could be more extreme in their doing without than this.” Normally, however, when we speak of zuhud we mean that we deny ourselves some of the pleasures of this world rather than those of the next world.  However, it is only possible to abstain from things to which you have access. This is why Bin al Mubarak , when someone said to him ,”Oh Zahid “, ” The real zahid is Umar ibn Abdul- Aziz, for he rejected the tremendous pleasures and riches of this world that were placed at his feet, where as I have very little to give up.”

Al-Hassan al-Basri said, ” I have known people and kept company with groups who neither rejoiced when the things of this world came to them, nor grieved when they lost anything in this world. The  life of this world was more insignificant to them than dust. One of them might live for  a year or for sixty years without ever having  a garment that would cover him , and without ever having anything that would come between him and ground , and without ever having any food that he could ask to be prepared for him in his own home.”

When night came, they would be on their feet, with their foreheads against the earth , tears rolling down their cheeks , secretly calling on Allah to save them on the Day of Judgement.  If they did something good, they never stopped being grateful for it, and were always asking Allah to accept it.  If they did something bad they would be saddened by it, and would keep asking Allah to forgive them for it.  By Allah, they were not safe from wrong actions, and were saved only by their constant turning in repentance.  May Allah be pleased with them and grant them mercy. There are three stages of zuhud. The first stage is to withdraw from the life of this world, even though you  may still have a great desire for it and your heart is still drawn towards it . The self  is still pre-occupied with the world, even though you struggle with it and restrain it. The second stage is to acquire detachment from this world and to do without it in order to obtain your reward for doing without.  Here, it is your doing without which pre-occupies you.  This is the state of the person who gives away a dollar in order to obtain 2 dollars. The Third stage is that of the one who willingly puts the world to one side without even a thought for what he has abandoned. This is the one who has exchanged a fragment of broken pottery for a jewel. Or is it like someone who, seeking to gain entrance to see the king, maybe prevented by a dog at the gate by throwing  the dog a scrap it is distracted, and this makes it possible for him to gain entrance to the kings audience chamber.  Shaytan is like that dog, standing at the gates of Allah.  He tries to prevent people entering them even though the gates are wide open and the world is just a scrap that you can toss aside without a second thought. Reference: The Purification of the Soul, compiled from the works of: Ibn Rajab al-hanbali, Ibn al-Quayyin al-Jawziyya, and Abu Hamid al- Gazali. Allahu a’laam 🙂


Tangisan menurut perspektif Islam, boleh dibahagikan kepada dua jenis iaitu tangisan yang berbentuk negatif dan tangisan yang berbentuk positif. Tangisan yang dilarang ialah seperti meraung dan melolong dengan sekuat hati apabila menerima atau meratapi kematian.Tangisan seperti ini bukan sahaja dipandang negatif kepada orang yang melakukannya tetapi juga mayat yang diratapinya itu turut terseksa kerana perbuatannya. Ini berbeza dengan tangisan positif iaitu tangisan yang terjadi kerana cinta dan takut kepada Allah.

Malah Nabi Muhammad pun menangis bila mengenangkan kesengsaraan dan penderitaan yang dihadapi oleh umatnya serta tatkala baginda memohon ampun dari Allah. Antara jenis-jenis tangisan yang dibenarkan malah digalakkan dalam Islam ialah:Antara jenis-jenis tangisan yang dibenarkan malah digalakkan dalam Islam ialah:

1. Ketika melahirkan rasa kesyukuran kepada AllahOrang-orang yang beriman dan bertaqwa akan sentiasa bersyukur dengan apa yang dikurniakan oleh Allah kepadanya. Golongan ini sama sekali tidak pernah mengeluh malah sentiasa reda dengan apa yang mereka terima. Maka dengan sebab itu, orang-orang sebegini adakalanya menitiskan air mata apabila menerima rahmat dan nikmat-nikmat tersebut.

Sebagai contoh, dalam satu riwayat oleh Anas bahawa Rasulullah berkata kepada Ubay bin Ka’ab: “Allah menyuruh membacakan kepadamu Surah al-Bayyinah ayat 1, “Orang-orang kafir iaitu ahli kitab dan orang-orang musyrik (mengatakan bahawa mereka) tidak akan meninggalkan (agamanya) sebelum datang kepada mereka bukti yang nyata,” Ubay bertanya : “Apakah Allah menyebut namaku?” “Nabi menjawab ya, lalu menangislah Ubay (kerana mendengar berita gembira itu).

Ayat tersebut menyatakan tentang pendirian kaum Yahudi dan Nasrani terhadap seruan Nabi Muhammad sebagai Rasul yang telah menerangkan kepada mereka agama yang telah dibawa olehnya iaitu agama Islam. Mereka (Yahudi dan Nasrani) kenal Nabi Muhammad yang diutus sebagai rasul kepada umat akhir zaman, tetapi setelah baginda dibangkitkan mereka tidak percaya malah tidak mahu beriman kepada apa yang dibawa oleh baginda.

2. Kerana menyesali perbuatan dan dosa yang dilakukanTangisan penyesalan biasanya terjadi apabila seseorang yang telah melakukan dosa, menyedari dan menyesali perbuatannya dengan bersungguh-sungguh. Ekoran daripada penyesalan itu maka timbul rasa sedih yang mendalam yang akhirnya akan menitiskan air mata. Tangisan yang sedemikian itu timbul akibat wujudnya rasa kesedaran yang mendalam dan rasa takut yang amat sangat kepada Allah. Keadaan sebegini akhirnya akan mendorong seseorang itu bertaubat dan seterusnya kembali ke jalan yang benar. Hal ini dijelaskan oleh Allah dalam ayat 82 Surah al-Taubah, “Maka hendaklah mereka sedikit tertawa dan banyak menangis sebagai pembalasan dari apa yang mereka telah kerjakan.”

3. Apabila bertambah keimanan kepada Allah

Iman yang tertanam dalam hati akan terus subur dan mekar apabila disirami dengan ayat-ayat suci al-Quran yang dibaca dengan penuh penghayatan sehingga boleh menyebabkan seseorang itu menitiskan air mata.
Tangisan sebegini merupakan tangisan yang tinggi nilainya kerana ia merupakan campuran antara rasa kesedaran dan keimanan yang tidak berbelah bagi. Justeru tanpa disedari akan bercucuran tangisan akibat rasa keimanan yang begitu mendalam sebagaimana firman Allah dalam ayat 58, Surah Maryam; “Dan apabila dibacakan kepada mereka ayat-ayat Tuhan Yang Pemurah, mereka segera sujud serta dan menangis.”

4. Timbul dari rasa khusyuk dan tawadukTangisan seperti ini boleh terjadi apabila seseorang itu khusyuk dalam beribadat. Air mata yang menitis itu bukan kerana perasaan sedih tetapi kerana menyedari betapa diri yang begitu kerdil ketika berhadapan dengan pencipta-Nya. Bahkan, orang yang mencapai tahap kekhusyukan itu termasuk salah satu dari tujuh golongan yang memperoleh keistimewaan pada hari kiamat seperti sabda Rasulullah: “Tujuh golongan manusia yang akan dinaungi oleh Allah pada hari di mana tidak ada naungan kecuali naunganNya (iaitu) : Imam (pemimpin) yang adil, pemuda yang dibesarkan dalam beribadat kepada Allah, orang yang hatinya selalu rindu pada masjid, dua orang yang berkasih sayang semata-mata kerana Allah iaitu bertemu kerana Allah dan berpisah kerana Allah, seorang lelaki yang diajak berzina oleh wanita bangsawan dan rupawan lalu ditolaknya dengan berkata, “Aku takut kepada Allah”, seorang yang bersedekah dalam keadaan rahsia sehingga tangan kirinya tidak mengetahui apa yang dilakukan oleh tangan kanannya dan seseorang yang berzikir kepada Allah dalam keadaan menyendiri lalu menitis air matanya.” (Riwayat Bukhari dan Muslim)

5. Bimbang terputusnya rahmat Allah

Suatu hal yang menyedihkan hati dan amat dibimbangi oleh orang-orang yang beriman ialah terputusnya kebajikan dan rahmat Allah. Apabila keadaan ini berlaku, ia boleh mengubah suasana hati dan perasaan sehingga menjadi sedih dan terharu. Sebagai contoh, pada suatu hari sesudah Rasulullah wafat, Saidina Abu Bakar mengajak Saidina Umar ke rumah Ummu Aiman seperti mana Rasulullah semasa hayatnya sering menziarahinya.
Sebaik sampai di rumah Ummu Aiman, tiba-tiba Ummu Aiman menangis. Kedua-dua tetamunya itu lantas bertanya, “Apakah yang menyebabkan kamu menangis? Tidakkah engkau tahu bahawa yang tersedia di sisi Allah untuk Rasulullah jauh lebih baik?” Ummu Aiman menjawab, “Aku tidak menangis kerana itu melainkan kerana wahyu dari langit telah terputus (terhenti).” Kata-kata Ummu Aiman itu ternyata mengharukan Abu Bakar dan Umar, lalu kedua-duanya turut menangis.

6. Apabila terselamat dari kesesatan dan menemui kebenaranAdakalanya air mata seseorang itu akan menitis apabila ditunjukkan oleh Allah jalan yang benar setelah sekian lama hanyut dalam kelalaian atau kesesatan. Bagi yang berada dalam situasi sedemikian, akan terus menangis dan tangisannya bukan kerana merasa sedih tetapi kerana terlalu gembira dengan hidayah yang diterima itu.

Hal ini pernah terjadi kepada segolongan pendeta apabila mengetahui al-Quran yang diturunkan kepada Rasulullah merupakan kebenaran dari Allah seperti firman-Nya: “Dan apabila mereka itu (segolongan pendeta) mendengar apa-apa yang diturunkan kepada Rasul, engkau akan melihat mereka akan menitiskan air matanya, lantaran mengetahui kebenaran (seraya) mereka berkata; “Hai Tuhan kami! Kami telah beriman. Oleh kerana itu, catatlah kami dalam golongan orang-orang yang menyaksikan.

Dan tidak patut kami tidak beriman kepada Allah dan kepada kebenaran yang datang kepada kami, pada hal kami ingin supaya Tuhan memasukkan kami bersama kaum yang soleh.” (Surah al-Maidah:83-84) Daripada maksud firman Allah tersebut, jelaslah bahawa tangisan yang positif mempunyai keutamaan di sisi Islam sehingga tangisan seumpama itu boleh mendatangkan manfaat yang besar.

Ini kerana, orang yang menitiskan air mata kerana Allah sebenarnya merupakan orang yang cukup tinggi rasa keimanan dan taqwanya seperti yang ditunjukkan oleh Rasulullah dalam satu riwayat dari Abu Daud dan Tirmizi bermaksud: “Kami datang kepada Rasulullah sedang baginda menunaikan solat. Maka terdengar nafas tangisnya bagaikan suara air mendidih dalam bejana.”




Imaan does fluctuate.

Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported:
One day Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) appeared before the public. Then a man came to him and asked: Prophet of Allah, what is Iman? Upon this he (the Holy Prophet) replied: That you affirm your faith in Allah, His angels, His Books, His meeting, His Messengers and that you affirm your faith in the Resurrection hereafter. He (again) asked: Messenger of Allah, what does Islam signify? He (the Holy Prophet) replied: Islam signifies that you worship Allah and do not associate anything with Him and you perform the prescribed Prayer and you pay the obligatory poor-due (Zakah) and you observe the Fast of Ramadan. He (the inquirer) again asked: Messenger of Allah, what does Al-Ihsan (Faithfulness) imply? He (the Holy Prophet) replied: That you worship Allah as if you are seeing Him, and in case you fail to see Him, then observe that He is seeing you. He (the inquirer) again asked: Messenger of Allah, when would there be the Hour of (Doom)? He (the Holy Prophet) replied: The one who is asked about it is no better informed than the inquirer. Then he (the Messenger of Allah) (may peace be upon him) recited (the verse): Verily, Allâh! With Him (Alone) is the knowledge of the Hour, He sends down the rain, and knows that which is in the wombs No person knows what he will earn tomorrow, and no person knows in what land he will die Verily, Allâh is All­Knower, All­Aware (of things) He (the narrator, Abu Hurairah) said: Then the person turned back and went away. Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: Bring that man back to me. They (the Companions of the Holy Prophet present there) went to bring him back, but they did not find him. Upon this Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) remarked: He was Gabriel. He came to teach people their religion.