Learning from the Seerah #2 Personal Tragedy
Channel: Hussain Kamani
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When you face a tragedy,
you learn to make sense out of it.
You learn to hunker down and become tough. But dealing with a tragedy individually as a person is easier than being tested with those that are around you and those that are beloved and dear to you.
When a father sees his child pass, it's much heavier than the heart. When our brother loses his sister, it's very heavy on the heart.
Just this week, due to the bombing in the plaza.
Some students of ours, loss 20 family members in one day 20 family members, over 20 family members were lost in one day, shocked heartbroken.
Because when you're tested with your beloved ones, the pain is a little bit deeper for the profits that Allahu alayhi wa sallam.
He was tested by Allah subhanho wa taala.
And may Allah reward him in the full capacity
for his test. Not only were they a means of elevation for him, but they became a lesson for us.
But today when I sit with those students and tell them that may Allah give you a job and give you sober for the family members that you've lost in this tragedy, we have a reference with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that remember that you're a prophet in my prophet. He was also tested with his family, maybe some Allahu Allah was sort of returns back from other Muslims had just experienced one of the mightiest and greatest victories.
And when he arrives in Medina, from the battlefield,
he sees that his daughter's being buried, seeing the death of your own child and witnessing the barrier liberal and child is never easy.
Maybe sort of long it was said on his own son, Ibrahim. As he passed away, he was in the lap of a sort of Lhasa low on Abelson
and lovely sort of LA and he was sort of, he rocked with a child and he held his child and tears rolled down his face. I was watching a video of a father who was who had just finished the burial of his children and huzzle.
And those tears that came out.
He was saying that these tears are
the pain of separation. Just as little sort of loss that Allahu Allah or some cried when his son Ibrahim passed away.
But this man who's bearing his own child in Lhasa, he then says with tears coming up, but I will never utter a word that displeases My lord, because this pain will disappear, these tears will disappear. My child will be resurrected and I will be resurrected and oppressor will be resurrected.
But the words that I say will remain,
how will I face my Allah when I turned my tongue against Allah, in the moments that I should have been patient, so when I was sort of lost Allamani was sedums. We love it. Dear son, Ibrahim passed away. The Prophet was crying. And someone said our messenger of ALLAH, why are you crying? And he said, that Elaine will tell them when to call her yes, and that the eye cries the heart grieves. Were in fear Artica Ibrahim the Mazoon that oh Abraham, we are so sad that you left but however I do not say but what pleases Allah subhana wa Tada and Ali Ibrahim, we are truly saddened by your departure. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his example is just so phenomenal. It's so
interesting. You won't find the scenario where you are struggling with something. But there will be a source of inspiration
within the lines of Revelation, when Allah subhanaw taala allow us to connect with a beautiful example of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he blessed us with strength as he blessed his prophets and his beloved ones, with strength in the moments of difficulty. Salam o Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh