Abu Habiba

When The Soul Resides In Beauty.

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As-Salaam alaikum,

                  "And remember your Lord by your tongue and within yourself, humbly

                  and in tearful submission, without loud voice, in the mornings and evenings;

                and be not among the neglectful." (7:205)

As we sit to remember our Creator, the Lord of the Cosmos, sometimes we silently chant His Name, Allah, Allah, Allah.. sometimes 'Subhanallah' (Praised be Allah)..sometimes 'Alhamdulillah (All thanks be to Allah)... other times..'Astaghfirullah.... La-ilaha illallah...

This Zikr... this remembrance entombs the body to rest, but creates enough sonic subtleties to move the resting body to gesture back and forth. There appears to be some kind of music, which provides enough balance to prod an uncanny space for the soul to reside in beauty... at a point when we are intimate with Allah-- a kind of intimacy which abolishes all loneliness.

Indeed, to mouth the Praise for Allah Ta'ala quitely, is to preserve the forgetfulness of everything in the bright remembrance of Allahu..Jalla-Jalalahu.

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