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|QURANIC WORDS: Hasanaa, Hasana(t), Al-husnaaa...|
|11/06/00 at 00:54:44|
|Hasanaa= Good, better, well, splendidly, beautifully|
Hasana(t)= Goodness, virtue, good deed, charity, benefaction
Al-Husnaaa= The goodness, the virtue, the best outcome,(fem)
|Re: QURANIC WORDS: Hasanaa, Hasana(t), Al-husnaaa...|
|11/06/00 at 23:37:10|
|2:201 And there are men who say: "Our Lord! Give us good in this world and good in the Hereafter, and defend us from the torment of the Fire!" |
wa minhum man yaqoolu rabbanaa aatinaa fid dunyaa hasanatan wa fil aakhirati hasanatan wa qinaa 'azaaban naar
4:40 Allah is never unjust in the least degree: If there is any good (done), He doubleth it, and giveth from His own presence a great reward.
innallaaha laa yazhlimu mithqaala zarratin wa in taku hasanatan yudhaa'ifhaa wa yu'ti minladunhu ajran 'azheem
18:2 (He hath made it) Straight (and Clear) in order that He may warn (the godless) of a terrible Punishment from Him, and that He may give Glad Tidings to the Believers who work righteous deeds, that they shall have a goodly Reward,
qayyimanli yunzira ba'san shadeedan min ladunhu wa yubashshiral mu'mineenallazeena ya'maloonas saalihaati anna lahum ajran hasanaa
92:6 And (in all sincerity) testifies to the best,-
wa saddaqa bil husnaa
|Re: QURANIC WORDS: Hasana(t)|
|11/07/00 at 04:52:52|
When I was born my Dad mailed a letter back
to his father with two names to choose from.
Whichever my Grandfather decided from the 2
names, would be what I would be known through
Life. One week...two weeks...three weeks...
Three weeks without a name and finally the
letter arrives in London from Bihar Colony
But the name was not either of the two my mom
and dad had narrowed it down to.
My Grandfather told my dad I would be named:
After his religious tutor. So..That was that.
Less than three months later my grandfather
was dead. He was 73 years old or so.
But he left me with a cool unusual name that
today is your word of the day.
When I was old enough to understand I learned
it meant 'one who does good deeds that get one
your bro' in T.O.
~ HiMY! ~
(My mother's mother didn't like the name
Abul Hasnat. Said it was too complicated.
She came up with Himy, pronounced Him-me.)
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