// Ikhlas (Sincerity) And Its Nature
    Peace be upon you,
    Welcome to Madinat Al-Muslimeen, the City of the Muslims. Please feel free to visit the different hot spots around the Madina and post any discussion, articles, suggestions, comments, art, poetry, events, recipes, etc etc. Basically anything you would like to share with your sisters and brothers!! Non-muslims are also of course quite welcome to share their comments. If this is your first time here, you need to register with the city council. Once you register you have 15 days to post your mandatory introduction and then you will be upgraded to a Madina Citizen, God Willing. Please note that our city does have regulations which are listed in the city constitution. Read them carefully before moving in. P.S. - You can also post anonymously if you wish. P.S.S. - Also be sure to check out our ARCHIVES from 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007. :)

Random Quote: Do not sell the Hereafter for the world. - Ali ibn Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him)
Pages: [1]   Go Down
Author Topic: Ikhlas (Sincerity) And Its Nature  (Read 982 times)
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Jr. Member

Reputation Power: 0
Abu-Fauzi has no influence :(
Gender: Male
Posts: 57

« on: Apr 10, 2010 03:27 PM »

   Ikhlas or sincerity is defined as conditioning the heart to solely worship Allah Taala. It also relates to the negation of Riyaa (hypocrisy) and Ash-sheirk-ul-khafiey (subtle polytheism). Allah says, ''They have not been ordered except to worship Allah, sincerely executing to Him, the entire Deen( religion) and being Hunafaa(true believers).
    2. Ikhlas helps us, pushes us to discard/ extract incorrect intentions when executing Allah's order or any deed prescribed by the shari'a. Such intentions could pertain to the acquisition of favours from people or their approval so that ulterior motives and objectives be fulfilled. The highest level of sincerity is obtained when Allah's Orders are executed solely because of SERVITUDE to Allah and not to desire of rewards. It is in this regard, that Ibn Faaried said:   
         I do not ask, from the gardens(of paradise) any blessing or gift. However, I love it                                              to see You (Allah) therein. 

  Another poet said: All of them are worshipping due to fear of the Fire

 they consider escaping (therfrom) a great bounty or worship to live in paradise
    to be in gardens and drink of its spring named Salsabeel
   I dont have any say regarding Paradise and the Fire
   I do not essk, for my love ( of Allah ) any subtityte.
Pages: [1]   Go Up
Jump to: