Eemaan: speach and actions

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EEMAAN: SPEECH AND ACTIONS


 


The greatest blessing that Allah can bestow upon someone is emaan.The magnitude of this blessing can be understood from the examples Allah gives of the one who has eemaan over kufr (disbelief) as mentioned in Qur'an:


 


"Not alike are blind (disbelievers) and the seeing (believers). Nor (alike) are darkness (disbelief) and the light (belief). Nor are (alike) the shade and the sun's heat. Nor ale (alike) the living (believers) and the dead (disbelievers)." [EMQ 35:19-22]


 


The difference between the believers and disbelievers is immense. Once this fact has been comprehended then the believers should understand how important is to protect and nurture eemaan. In order to preserve our eemaan we believers need to understand what eemaan is in order to be able to protect and build upon it.


 



One of the greatest mistakes in its understanding is to limit Eemaan to faith or belief, which does not encompass the full meaning. This will lead to people being neglectful by disregarding their sayings and actions in relation to eemaan. The correct understanding of eemaan comes directly from the Prophet [saw]:


 


 


Ibn Maaja,narrated by Imaam'Ali (ra),tat te messenger Muammad (saw) said:


 


 


Eemaan is conviction in the hearth, testifying by the tongue and acting upon the pillars of the actions.”


 


 


The greatest scholars of Ahl us-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'h understood Eemaan to be three elements which can never be separated – belief, sayings and actions – making eemaan a more comprehensive term including all affairs of the deen from the foundations to the supplementary issues. The vastness of eemaan was emphasised by the Messenger (saw) as he said:


 


 


Imaan is seventy-some branches or sixty-some branches. The most virtuous of them is the statement: Laa ilaaha ill Allah. The lowes of them is to remove a harmful thing from the walkway. And shyness is a branch of Imaan.”


 


 


The hadith gives an example of all three elements of eemaan-testification of the tongue, deeds of the limbs and actions of the hearth and because of this, eemaan will increase by good deeds and decrease by the bad deeds. Knowing there no separation between the inner (heart) and outer (saying and actions) will cause people to be more cautious in ow they conduct themselves as it will have impact on their eemaan. This is evident in the following hadith:


 


 


When the servants perform a sin a black spot appears on his hearth, and if he seeks forgiveness this black spot is removed, and if he returns to sin the black spot grows until his hearth becomes black, and this is the 'Raan' about which Allah spoke:


 


Nay! But on their hearths is the Rân (covering sins and evil deeds) which they used to earn.”” [EMQ 83:14]


 


Seperating Eemaan from actions (Irjaa') will open the doors to one of the greatest diseases in Muslim Ummah. Believing in the separation of Eemaan from actions will allow people to do whatever they want thinking that it will not affect their Eemaan. Therefore, a believer, not only needs to ensure that their belief is free from any shirk, kufr or hypocrisy, but also their saying and actions as they are all related to Eemaan.


 


 


 




 


Dictionary:


 


Bestow



  1. Bestow a quality on

  2. Give as a gift

  3. Present  ... "bestow an honour on someone"


 


Immense



  1. Unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope ... "the Los Angeles aqueduct winds like an immense snake along the base of the mountains"; "immense numbers of birds"; "at vast (or immense) expense"


 


Nurture



  1. Help develop, help grow... "nurture his talents"

  2. Provide for and care for during childhood

  3. Provide with nourishment


 


Neglectfun



  1. Not showing due care or attention ... "neglectful parents"

  2. Failing in what duty requires ... "neglectful in his duty"; "neglectful of his duties"


 


Narrated



  1. Provide commentary for a film, for example

  2. Narrate or give a detailed account of


 


 



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