I Allahs Ophøjede og Strålende Navn, Den Nådefulde, Mest Barmhjertige,
Det er med Allahs nåde og velsignelse IslamAkademiet byder jer alle velkommen til det nye semesterstart.
Torsdag d. 23. april 2009 åbner tilmeldingen til det nye semester. Denne gang tilbyder vi igen to (gratis) kurser:
– KS02: Regler for Koranlæsning (tajwid), som undervises af Ustadh Tariq M. Amin,
– HS01: Imam al-Nawawis fyrre hadith – del 1, som undervises af Ustadh Imran bin Munir.
Undervisningen begynder i uge 19.
Sidste frist for tilmelding er torsdag d. 14. maj, men bemærk at der er begrænsede pladser! Dem der tilmelder sig først, får først plads.
Besøg lektionskataloget på http://www.islamakademiet.dk/ for detaljeret information om kurserne.
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Vi glæder os til at se dig dette semester.
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The man continued to watch the Butterfly because he expected that, at any moment, the wings would enlarge and expand to be able to support the body, which would contract in time.
Neither happened! In fact, the Butterfly spent the rest of its life crawling around with a swollen body and shriveled wings. It never was able to fly.
What this man in his kindness and haste did not understand was that the restricting Cocoon and the struggle required for the Butterfly to get through the tiny opening were nature’s way of forcing fluid from the body of the Butterfly into its wings so that it would be ready for flight once it achieved its freedom from the Cocoon.
Moral: Sometimes struggles are exactly what we need in our life. If nature allowed us to go through our life without any obstacles, it would cripple us. We would not be as strong as what we could have been. And we could never fly. Freedom and flight would only come after the struggle…
I was there, sitting in a corner of your life, observing your comings and goings, your painful falls, your leaps of joy and hope. I was there, sitting in a corner of your life, observing you live as a small child, cry like an adult, suffer like a human being…
I saw your solitude, I would have liked to be your brother. I would have liked to know everything about you, to understand you, to accompany you, to listen to you, to speak to you… I would have wanted to feel you, to feel you deeply, to forefeel you. I was sitting in a corner of your life, sad for your sadness, powerless… strong out of my love. I would have liked to be your brother. I saw your solitude.
I was sitting and I saw your prayers, I heard them without always having understood them. You did not talk about yourself expect through others: you prayed the poor, the oppressed, the abandoned. You prayed them as much as you prayed for them. I was sitting in a corner of your life, I saw your solitude… I would have liked to be your brother.
A stranger… that does not like what the people like and that the people end up liking. It was this teaching, of course, and we loved you so, so much… and your solitude. I prayed to understand, cried of not grasping. I observed your comings and goings sitting in a corner of your life
A passer-by. You were a passer-by, a brother, a friend. I knew nothing of your pains, nothing of your joys, nothing of your wounds. Nothing of you. I was sitting in a corner of your life, I would have liked to be your brother and I met your solitude… I remembered the hermit’s story who knew and said nothing. That companion of Moses who refused the questions. He taught him patience and humility, the question without the response, togetherness and solitude, doubt and certainty, love and detachment…
I was sitting in a corner of your life, I observed you. I had a thousand question, you had but one answer. I wanted to speak, you were speaking the silence. You were so near and yet so far. I looked for your being and you taught me the meaning. Saint Augustine distinguished between two sufferings; you taught me two loves. I liked not knowing how to love you for I learned to love beyond this love. No one is enough for anyone, isn’t it?… In a corner of your life, I observed this love.
You loved. I loved you. I observed your prayers, I leaned closely to the whispers: We ask You for Your Love, the love of those whom You love, deeds which will allows us to attain Your Love… and you cried and you smiled. I was sitting in a corner of your life, I would have liked to be your brother, I saw your solitude, I liked your freedom.
I liked your strength and I pray that He welcomes your fragility. No one, ever, is enough for anyone. I remained there, sitting, in a corner of your life.
– Tuesday 21 June 2005, by Tariq Ramadan –
Imorgen lørdag den 13. oktober 2007 (1. Shawwâl 1428) fejres ‘Id al-Fitr. ‘Id skal fejres imorgen istedet for idag (fredag den 12. oktober 2007) – hvorfor – dette forklares meget sageligt i et indlæg skrevet på bloggen Den velbetrådte vej
Linket til indlægget er: ‘Id al-fitr d. 13. oktober 2007
Alle muslimer ønskes en glædelig ‘Id al-Fitr. Må Allah (subhanahu wa t’ala) acceptere alle muslimers ‘ibadah og hasanah. Må Allah (subhanahu wa t’ala) give os alle sammen styrken til at følge den rette kurs. Ameen
I Allâhs Navn, Den Barmhjertige og Nådige
Må Allâhs fred og velsignelser være med Hans elskede sendebud Muhammad, samt hans familie og ledsagere.
As-salamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatu
Et forsøg på at dele mine interesser, ideér, bemærkninger m.m. med jer.
‘Walaykum As-salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatu