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THE MONTHLY WORD

Welcoming the Month of Rabi’ al-Awwal 1430 Spoken by: Habib Umar bin Hafiz (http://www.alhabibomar.com/MonthlyLetter.aspx?SectionID=4&RefID=74) Translated and Arranged by: Khalil Abu Asmaa (www.reflectonthis.com/about.html) In the Name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful TO OUR BRETHREN and beloved friends in God Almighty, those whom this word will reach via the means of this website, those who are from amongst the believing men and believing women: May peace, the mercy of God, and His blessings be upon you all! Here we are, renewing the conveyance of a monthly word. It coincides with the renewal of the outward raiment of this website and it arrives at the beginning of the month of Rabi’ al-Awwal, that blessed month which carries to us the commemoration of the birth of our Prophet, the Chosen One, Muhammad (may God bless and grant him and his family and companions peace); a birth that God has decreed to be for this world—the world of appearance and sensation—as a foundation and a principle for all the good that has reached the ummah (global community) and all that has been attained by it. It is this same reality that the uncle of the Messenger of God, al-‘Abbas, referred to when he addressed him by saying:

http://www.reflectonthis.com/files/montly_word_rabi_al-awwal-1430.pdf

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The people of knowledge are the heirs of the Prophets and and they inherit knowledge. The one who takes knowledge is taking an ample share. And if someone travels a path in quest of knowledge, Allah will make his path to the Garden

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