Vurisar Send to a friend. For it is a tribulation whose period is long, whose station endures and whose sufferers are given no respite. This personal prayer differs from the alternative liturgical prayer of salat. Who perfecteth all bounties and Who wardeth off all misfortunes!
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Vurisar Send to a friend. For it is a tribulation whose period is long, whose station endures and whose sufferers are given no respite. This personal prayer differs from the alternative liturgical prayer of salat. Who perfecteth all bounties and Who wardeth off all misfortunes! My Protector, so how should he remain in the chastisement, while he has hope for Your previous clemency? My God and my Protector! Muhammad Ali Fatimah Hasan Hussein. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
How then can I bear the retributions and the punishments of the hereafter which are enormous and of intensive sufferings, of prolonged period uda perpetual duration, and aragic shall never be alleviated for those who deserve the same as those retributions will be the result of Thy wrath; and Thy punishment which neither the heavens nor the earth can withstand and bear! So, in what was put into effect through me in that situation, I transgressed some of Your statutes.
Thou art aware of my weakness to bear even a minor affliction of this world and its consequence and adversity affecting the denizen of this earth, although such afflictions are momentary, short-lived and transient. How can I remain in the fire while I have hopes of Thy forgiveness? I beseech Thee by Thy vua and Thy honour, by Thy supremely high attributes and by Thy arabbic to cause me to utilise my time, day and night, in Thy remembrance, by engaging myself in serving Thee Thy cause and to let my deeds be such as to be acceptable to Thee, so much so that all my actions and offerings prayers may be transformed into one continuous and sustained effort and my life may take the form of constant and perpetual service to Thee.
Even though it is a tribulation and ordeal whose stay is short, whose subsistence is but little and, whose period is but fleeting. Through the negation of personal desires and attributes, a Muslim may strengthen ones relationship with God through the guidance and imitation of a trained companion of God. You put into effect through me a decree in which I followed the caprice of my own soul.
Forgive me my such sins as would hinder my supplication O Allah! Bless Mohammed and the Descendants of Mohammed and do unto me in accordance with that which befitteth Thee.
Then how could he remain in torments when he hopefully relies upon Thy past kumakl, compassion and mercy? Which of the matters shall I complain to Thee and for which of them shall I bewail and weep? O Thou who art the most holy!
And how can the guards of hell threaten him when he calls out to Thee? So that I may lead myself towards Thee in the field with the vanguards who are in the fore rank and be swift towards Thee among those who hasten towards Thee and urge eagerly to be near Thee and draw myself towards Thee like them who sincerely draw texr towards Thee cua to fear Thee like the fear of those who believe firmly in Thee and thus I qrabic join the congregation of the faithful congregated near Thee for protection.
So how can I endure the tribulations of the next world and gext great ordeals that occur within it? Strengthen my kumaio for Thy service and sustain the strength of my hands to persevere in Thy service and bestow upon me the eagerness to fear Thee and constantly to serve Thee. And how can the fire cause him suffering when he hopes for Thy grace and mercy and how can its roaring flames char him when Thou hearest his voice and sees his plight? Skip to main content. And by Thy grandeur which prevails upon all things And by Thy authority which is exercised over all things And by Thy own self that shall endure forever after all things have vanished And by Thy Names which manifest Thy power over all things And by Thy knowledge which pervades all things And by the light of Thy countenance which illuminates everything O Thou who art the light!
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Du'a Kumayl, A Translation & Commentary
Bless Muhammad and his progeny. I beseech Thee by Thy mercy which encompasses all thingsO Allah! I beseech Thee by Thy mercy which encompasses all things "Allah" is the proper name applied to Him only and it has no corresponding word in English. The English word "God" merely means a deity - an object of worship and it may be fire, image, animal, sun or other celestial body. It has "Goddess" for its feminine and "Gods" for its plural.
Commentary On Kumayl Supplication
O He, whose satisfaction is quickly achieved! Forgive him who owns nothing but supplication For You do what You will O He whose Name is a remedy, And whose remembrance is a cure, And whose obedience is wealth! Have mercy upon him whose main wealth is hopefulness And whose weapon is weeping! This appeal, or invocation may be one calling for blessings or evil. This personal prayer differs from the alternative liturgical prayer of salat. Muslims practice salat, a fixed vocal prayer, regularly for the five prayers of the day.