Real Celebration...

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Doctor Sam

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This year, In feb... i put my views againt the Valentines day celebrations in Pakistan..
for me... wt is important is Origin.. so for the valentines day, i say muslim people who celebrate it. they are blind followers of the culture which does not belong to them..

Now... at the ocassion of Eid Milad-un-Nabi (peace and blessings be upon him)... i must say.. This is the time for our real celebration...
This is the time to b v happy.. and celebrate...with zeal and zest... this is the time to recall many things..
If u think.. among infinite blessings if Allah Ta'ala , agar hum shukar ada karna chahain to shayad is baat ka e shukar adaa nahi kar saktay k Allah Ta'ala ne humain Rasool-e-Paak. (peace and blessings be upon him) ki ummat main peda kiya hey...


wat i want to say is k celebrate this day if u really want to have real joys.. express ur happiness by wearing new/ ur favourite dress...
one thing imp... Zyada se zyada darood shareef parhain...
Posted 10 Apr 2006

cutefriend says
thx brother
inshallah
Posted 11 Apr 2006

sahee kaha jee
Posted 12 Apr 2006

Everybody is entitiled to believe and pracise their religion in anyway they like. I will only mention of why I believe and act the way I do. I'm very sorry but I would disagree with you doc, on this subject.

Neither V. Day nor the clebrations of prophet's birthday have origins in christianity or Islam. V.day was invented by christians and maulidin Nabi celebrations were invented by Muslims centuries after the demise of the prophet, his companions, and their followers. BTW, 12 of R.Awwal is not an authentic date of His blessed birth.

Sahaba understood the value and blessings of the prophet more than we can even imagine. They saw the virtue of Prophet's presence among them - Allah swt reminds them of that presence in suratul Hujurat - specific for the time when prophet was alive.
They saw Quran revealing. They saw the miracles of the prophet, they shared blessed meals with him and touched him and felt him. They ate and drank from shared vessels. They prayed with him and fasted with him. They married their daughters to him and married his daughters. They saw the rise of Islam from single believer. They sustained all harms and hardships with the prophet and laid their lives in his blessed defence. They did not disobey him or disregard any of his teachings and loved him more they loved anyone else. They buried him after his demise. They carried on his mission afterwards. Yet! they never celebrated prophet's birthday as Eid. Prophet SAW himself mentioned only two Eids for Muslims and that did not include his birthday.

Islamic calendar begins from the year of hijra and not from the birth year of the prophet. Christian calendar begins with birth year of Jesus.

There are no mentions of any virtues or multiplication of good deeds on the 12th day of R.awwal in any of prophetic traditions. If it was meant in such a way, either Allah swt would have revealed that in Quran or the Prophet SAW would have said something about it.

Remembering the prophet and reciting salawat upon him is mendatory upon every believer. Virtues of reciting salwat are very well known from the traditions of the prophet AS. Certainly do that as much as you can on any day. That will certainly please Allah and His messenger.
Posted 12 Apr 2006

Doctor Sam says
Main ne hamesha ki tarah aap ki post ko bohat ghor se parha hey sd bhai... i always learn something or get knowledge by ur posts...

well. i think i could not express myself well.. Infact the main issue was a Difference i wanted to highlight.
This year, on Valentine's day i observed many things and i decided to put them infront of people...
I saw the youth seriously involved in the celebrations of the day..(i think this word CELEBRATIONS creates some misunderstanding)...
as u say...
V.day was invented by christians and maulidin Nabi celebrations were invented by Muslims
so there is a difference between both the events.. difference of religion.. so i wanted to raise this difference... the same difference.. that The valentine's day which is now being celebrated at large scale in Pakistan belongs to christianity after the name of a christian person... so celebrating V day is a sort of following his footsteps...
So if we are so desperate to spread happiness ( as some people say in the favour of v' day..y do we have to look outside our religion..

The other things as u say... origin and invention... dont u think invention is the origin of the thing.. i mean origin bhi to aik na aik din hota hey... when we talk of origin.. we mean a thing which has not been present since Azal... so when we talk about the history o v' day, we also use the word of Origin...


And the other thing is .... Basically it is our high respect and love and attachment to Hazrat Muhammad ( peace and blessings upon him) which makes us to b happy on his birthday... as v are happy on our beloved's birthdays...due to a feeling that the person u loves , came to this world at that day... We are ordinary human beings... so if we are happy on Hazrat Muhammad ( peace and blessings upon him) birthday, with a feeling... That this is the day... he came into the world.. i think there is no harm or Gunaah in it.. Hazrat Muhammad ( peace and blessings upon him) Allah Ta'ala k mehboob hain.. and i think... Allah will b happy from us . if we are happy by celebrating the birthday of Hazrat Muhammad ( peace and blessings upon him)..

BTW, 12 of R.Awwal is not an authentic date of His blessed birth.

i will only says.. Actions depend on intentions... And Allah will reward us if we do something with good and nice intention...

Prophet SAW himself mentioned only two Eids for Muslims and that did not include his birthday.

i have heard from some authentic people... if this ocassion is called EID-milad-un-nabi.. there must be some reason behind it.. so EID is a happy event..

i can summerize all...
Its only a Feeling.. A feeling of Love, Affection, Respect And attachment... which is the cause of celebrations...
Posted 12 Apr 2006

Doctor Sam says
Sd bhai... i usually avoid discussing on religion issues.. coz as u know there are many groups of thought ..

so as i think... i have not been harsh ... if u feel i m.. really i m not...

No hard feelings.. u r respected to me...
Posted 12 Apr 2006

My dear doc, no hard feelings.

The simple point here is, we have invented our own ways to love the Prophet of Allah. We love our desires more than the desires of Allah's beloved. We should love him in a way he told us to show our love and respects to him. That would please him and his and our Lord, Allah.

For sayings of authentic scholars, if it doesn't coincide with the sayings of Allah and His messenger, its significance is that its only their opinion.

I tell you what, we should celebrate every day and present our thanks to Allah for raising us in the ummah of His beloved prophet.
Posted 17 Apr 2006

Doctor Sam says
i totally agree to u sd bhai...


we should celebrate every day and present our thanks to Allah for raising us in the ummah of His beloved prophet

is baat k liye jitna shukr adaa kiya jaye kamm hey...its one of His blessings...
Posted 17 Apr 2006

Rapunzel says
yup
u r rite
Posted 20 Apr 2006

as always sd bhai is right
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