Salam Ma'al Hijra to all dedicated followers, all members of the 16th batch of Ma'had Attarbiyah Al-Islamiyah and to all fellow readers. May Allah forgive the wrongs in the pass and open doors of good deeds in the future.
Alhamdulillah, we have arrive at the 1433 hijrah year.
Hijra is a great part of the seerah where the prophet Muhammas PBUH and his followers migrated to Madina. This event was the start of an Islamic Nation where Madina became its' first. At this time, muslims form Mecca have to leave their house, wealth and some leave their relatives to answer Allah's order to move to Madina.
There were two groups whom was established during hijra; the muhajireen and ansor. Muhajireen is the name for the Mecca muslims who migrated. Ansor is the name for Madina muslims who help the immigrants of Mecca; ansor meaning helpers. Both groups have significant sacrifices to spread Islam all across the Arab nation. Both Muhajireen and Ansor undergo changes and became great people.
Hijra by its meaning is also to change. To change from bad to good. From good to better. From better to best. All in all to come to a point that Allah approves. All in all to get his 'redho'. Though it may be impossible to be perfect.
"You never reach perfection because there's always room for improvement.
Yet, along the way to perfection you'll learn to get better."
[Hlovate : Versus]
Changing is life as life is changing. Don't expect to change in a day, in a week, in a fortnight or in a month because changing needs time. It requires patient and determination. Start with small thing and keep on doing it.
Narrated by A'isha RA, Rasulullah saw said: "The deeds most loved by Allah swt (are those) done regularly, even if they are small.
[Riwayat Bukhari & Muslim]
Allah recites in the Quran 3 verses where proved we were given two choices between right and wrong. What we'll choose will give back what we deserve.
" Then He inspired it to understand what is right and wrong for it;
He will indeed be successful who purifies it,
And he will indeed fail who corrupts it."
[AsSyams 91 : 8-10]