a virtue of that stands out to is that when you know something you could use it in to different ways one is a good way and two is a bad way. this stands out to me because i want to always us that knowledge in a good way.
You mean use that knowledge in a good way not us that knowledge in a good way
I agree with this quote Ibrahim, because as humans, Allah (SWT) gave us the choice to do good or bad actions, and the same goes for knowledge. we can choose to use it in a good way, but we can also use it in harmful ways, such as gossip, backbiting, and so on. That is why we should always be careful on how useful or beneficial our knowledge is, and how we are using it.
Ibby that is a good and thoughtful quote and I agree with you all the way
I agree with you Ibby because knowledge should be acted upon in a good way
P.S.: Yazen I have more Blog Critic medals than you do!!!
I agree with Ibrahim's blog because we can use our knowledge in a bad or good way. Which we choose and our fitra stops us from using it in a bad way but, if we agree
I thinkgenerosity stands out to me because..."Give of the good things which ye have (honorably) earned, and of the fruits of the earth which We have produced for you."
I also agree with Hanan because being a great Muslim keeps your fitra even more stronger.
I actually meant Hanan but it is okay because being generos is a good part of being a muslim
One virtue of seeking knowledge that stands out to me is to be a better muslim (Insh'allah). Why this stands out to me is because when we are better muslims it brings us closer to Allah (SWT) and helps us succeed in life so we can enter Jannah (Insh'allah)
Yes insha'allah we will all become greater muslims in life
I agree with Hanan because being a better muslim is a goal we need to achieve in order to go to jannah, so when we go to school with the intention of becoming a better muslim , it may be considered a ibadah.
A virtue that can be used in a good way but other people use it in a bad way. This stand to me because every one some time want to do good.
I meant to say stands out to me
I can relate this question to a Hadith is ."Whoever pursues a path seeking knowledge therein, Allah facilitates for them through it a path to Paradise.” [Muslim] this mean to me that when I seek knowledge in good way Allah will meliorated me to heaven and inshallah.
I agree with your hadith Ahmed. It does connect to the blog we are doing right now. I also used it for my blog without knowing.
One virtue of seeking knowledge, is that if you seek knowledge, Allah (SWT) will remove any obstacles in the way of you attaining that knowledge. The one virtue of seeking knowledge that really stood out to me was that if you guide someone to Islam (from the knowledge that you know about it), you will receive more reward than 1,000 red camels; which were very valuable in the Prophet (SAW)'s time. This shows me the importance of seeking knowledge and also the importance of spreading our knowledge of Islam to others, and not being stingy with it.
I agree with your hadith about red camels. In the Prophets time, they were treated like Lamborghinis. If you had a red camel, you would be rich.
I also agree about the stingyness ( is that how you spell it) thing. You be stingy with anything even knowledge of deen.
No, that is not how you spell it. The correct spelling is: stinginess
WOW!!! Imani that was a really deep way of saying that.
And thanks for teaching me a new virtue of knowledge!!!
there are many virtues of seeking knowledge. For example, if a person memorizes the Quran, it is a virtue because on the Day Of Judgement, everyone will be ordered to read the Quran out of memory from how much they have memorized.
I agree with Imani. Because when I heard that it shows you how much Allah wants you to seek knowledge that he will remove any obstacle in your way just for you to be able to gain knowledge.
One virtue of seeking knowledge is that if you learn benificial knowledge is that Allah will hekp you enter Jannah (Paradise).
A hadith that proves this is: " ."Whoever pursues a path seeking knowledge therein, Allah facilitates for them through it a path to Paradise.” [Muslim].
This really stood out to me because this shows that knowledge is a big part of our life. The first words of Allah were:"Read in the name of your lord, the one who created".
The part were it says read in the name of your lord basically means learn knowledge in the name of your lord because reading is knowledge.
you spelled help wrong instead you typed:
One virtue of seeking knowledge is to know something and teach it to one that does not know. This is called sadaqah jariyah. When you die, your deed book is closed. The only way that you can get more deeds is sadaqah jariyah. When you teach somebody something they teach it to another. And over and over and over... You get the deeds for that persons good action. Of course they get the deeds too.
A virtue of seeking knowledge is, one may learn something he/she may never have known and apply it to daily life. It stands out to me because daily life is something by default (we have to) experience and knowledge of daily life could help our relationships and our experience/ life in general.
I agree with this comment because we, as Muslims, need to prepare ourselves for the outside world, and have to learn as much as we can
"Allah will exalt those who believe among you, and those who have been granted knowledge to high ranks." One virtue of seeking knowledge is that someone could get good deeds as shown in the hadith above. Not only are you gaining useful information that can help you in this life, but you are also getting good deeds for it. So basically we humans can hit two birds with one stone, meaning that we work for the amount of one, but we receive double.
A virtue of seeking knowledge is that when you learn it you can always apply it in some way or another, like if you learn a new word that you have never heard of before, you always look for times to use that word, whether you use it in a essay or when speaking. It makes you look smarter than you really are. Also when seeking knowledge when you learn it you can teach it to others and it becomes a Sadaqah Jariyah. Whoever you teach it to can teach it to others.
This stands out to me because when going to school every morning I always complain. But when I think about learning something new, it makes me excited to be able to learn it and also come home and teach it to my family at home. This way I am excited about seeking knowledge and also excited about spreading it and getting good deeds.
One virtue of seeking knowledge is, whoever seeks knowledge is considered struggling for Allah's sake. One virtue that really stood out to me is, seeking knowledge leads to the path of Jennah. This shows me that something just as simple as seeking knowledge can lead you to Jennah so we shouldn't take advantage of seeking knowledge because if you look at it deeply, it is a blessing.
I completely agree Yasmine. For one knowledge that is deep or not is a blessing either way. And struggling for knowledge for the sake of Allah (SWT) is the sign of a true believer.
I agree yasmeen it does feel good to seek knowledge and that you did it to for the sake of Allah (swt).
One thing that really stands out to me is the quran because once i learn a surah and its deep meaning then just saying and understanding it. it causes my heart to open follow the quran more so that it softens my heart and i can do more.
I agree with you maria because when i learn a new surah and its tafseer, or something new about my deen, i get this feeling, like you said cause the heart to open and long for more!!
One virtue that stands out to me is that when you learn something new and it interests you then you remember it. And when you absolutely need it then you know what to do. To remember something useful is a blessing.
I agree, because whenever I learn something it sticks into my brain and I always want to use and share to others about what I learned ,and that is sadaqa Jaria.
a virtue that stands out to me is that when you learn something new and beneficial then you should share it with others and as they pass it on you keep getting hasanat for sharing it and for it to be spreading. and that is the one virtue that I feel stands out to me the most is to share with others what you have learned and to get rewarded by it from Allah (swt).
The virtue of knowledge can be a result to good and bad ways upon people, and can also have rewards to it. "Allah (swt)'s rewards for teaching someone Islam is greater than all the red Camels (Ferrari's) in the world."
*This stands up me because the reward of teaching someone Islam is greater than all the red camals in the world.
One virtue that stands out to me is that you should always pass on that knowledge to other people. Once you do that you will get Sadaqah Jariah everytime that person you taught acts on it or teaches it and so on and so forth.
I agree, because it is true after you die you can still get good deeds by Sadaqa Jaria. Even by picking up a little thing like a pencil from the hallway, so no one can trip on it.
I agree with Najeeb. Like in that video when it said a wise person teaches and spreads knowledge, when we die and that person applies that knowledge or teaches to someone else we will get hasanat for it.
For example: If someone doesn't know what to say when you do ruku3 in salah and you teach them, when you die and they pray,every time they say it you will get the hasanat. Also if someone else asks her/him and he teaches him you will get double the hasanat.
One virtue of seeking knowledge is when you learn something new. However, the best part is when you teach it to others and even after you die you would still get good deeds which is called" Sadaqa Jaria" and I hope to get good deeds still after I pass away.
One thing that stood out to me was the importance of seeking knowledge. When you really understand the value of knowledge and know how important it is it lets you want to gain knowledge.
Like Imani mentioned before Allah will remove any obstacles it shows how important knowledge is, but not only gaining knowledge but using it wisely like teaching it to others.
Gaining knowledge is very important for this life and the Akhira because we not only gain knowledge but gain other things like hasanat (if we teach it to other) and being succeful in both lifes.
One vitrtue of seeking knowledge is gaining knowledge in order to become a better person and make a difference in this world in order to give ourselves a better position in the akhira. If you think positively in this way, seeking knowledge will have a whole new outlook. Imagine it: you get good deeds for going to school! Even if you dont think its that big of a reward, think of when you began learning, since you were born. What a great way to earn good deeds!!!
I agree with Tahani because, the effort or struggles to earn knowledge do pay off. Also, the will Inshallah lead us all onto the straight path.
A virtue that stands out to me:
Mu’awiyah (RA) reported that the Messenger of Allah SWT said:
“When Allah SWT wishes good for someone, He bestows upon them the understanding of the Deen,”
This Hadith stands out to me because when I do a good deed, or when Allah SWT wishes good for me, then I will earn some knowledge of Islam! All knowledge is valuable, but most beneficial and valuable knowledge (to me) is the knowledge of the Deen!
A virtue of knowledge that sticks out to me is a when you help others. It's a mutualism, because you teach others and the knowledge given will help you get Sadaqah Jariah. Also when you seek knowledge your putting the effort and strive to do good. Also, when you make D'ua to help others seek knowledge, angels will be saying the same D'ua for you.
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