Scholars on: Taqwa

‘Upon you is to fear Allah, for the one who has taqwa never feels loneliness.’

Prophet Mohammed SAW , Prophet Ibrahim AS, Prophet Musa AS and all other Prophets didn’t feel loneliness in the times of trial. They exercised Taqwa and Allah SWT clothed them with His Friendship.

Hub Al-Shahwaat will get us no where. Best of food, lofty status, a wonderful house, a huge loving family. They all are beautifications of this earth which will end right here. Why worry for them then? Why worry if there’s a loss in them? Why worry if everyone and everything abandons you?


“Whoever finds comfort with Allah finds unwholesome the company of anyone else.”

It is reported that there was once a king who, at a certain moment during his rule, came to the realization that no matter how rich he was, his pleasures were of the fleeting kind and his end was going to be death. These thoughts lingered in his mind, until one day he secretly left his castle and made his way towards the seaside. There, he spent his days earning his keep by working with bricks, and his nights worshipping Allah. Although he had traveled far away from his homeland, he could not remain unrecognized for long, and soon news of his story reached the king of the land that he was in. That king summoned him, but he refused to go; and when he was summoned for a second time, he made it clear that he didn’t want to meet the king.

The king of the land was too curious about the former king’s story to let the matter rest there. And so he went to him in person, but when the former king saw him approaching, he began to run away. The king of the land chased him as he called out, “O slave of Allah, fear not,” but the former king continued to flee from him. This continued until the king of the land was able to convince him that he just wanted to talk to him for a few moments. When the two were face to face, the king of the land asked the former king, “What made you come to this land?”

He said, “I found that my heart desired separation from the children of Adam.”

The king of the land asked, “How can you bear living a life of loneliness?”

He said, “Whoever finds comfort with Allah finds unwholesome the company of anyone else.

The king of the land asked, “And why did you leave your realm?”

He answered, “I thought about my outcome, my final destination on this earth, and I realized that my end here was near at hand. And so I decided to turn away from that which is temporary and to instead turn towards that which will abide forever. Turning to my Lord, I then fled from my sins.”

The king of the land said “You do not have more reason to fear Allah than I do.”

The king of that land then abdicated his throne, after which he followed his new companion on the path of simplicity, repentance, and worship.


SubhanAllah :)

So flee to Allâh (from His Torment to His Mercy — Islâmic Monotheism)…” [Surah Ad-Dhariyat, 51:57] 



And Allâh has set forth an example for those who believe; the wife of Fir’aun (Pharaoh), when she said: “My Lord! Build for me a home with You in Paradise, and save me from Fir’aun (Pharaoh) and his work, and save me from the people who are Zâlimûn (polytheists, wrong-doers and disbelievers in Allâh).

And Maryam (Mary), the daughter of ‘Imrân who guarded her chastity; and We breathed into (the sleeve of her shirt or her garment) through Our Rûh [i.e. Jibril (Gabriel)], and she testified to the truth of the Words of her Lord [i.e. believed in the Words of Allâh: “Be!” and he was; that is ‘Īsā (Jesus) son of Maryam (Mary) as a Messenger of Allâh], and (also believed in) His Scriptures, andshe was of the Qanitun (i.e. obedient to Allâh). [Surah Tahreem, 66:11-12]


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