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 English Lectures, Zikr Majlis, and  Du’a by Moulana Dawood Seedat Saheb, from Musjid-ut-Taqwa, Pietermaritzburg. KZN. South Africa.

 ©  Musjid-ut-Taqwa, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa . E&OE. 

DATE

TOPIC

DURATION

 

Tue 19 Jul 2011

 

LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

49 Minutes

MP3

SIZE

 

14 MB

AMR SIZE

 

5 MB

 

Sat 16 Jul 2011

 

LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A (Shabe Barat)

 

76 Minutes

 

22 MB

 

7 MB

 

Sat 17 May 2011

 

LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

41 Minutes

 

17 MB

 

4 MB

 

Tue 12 Apr 2011

 

LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

40 Minutes

 

16 MB

 

4 MB

 

Tue 04 Jan 2011

 

LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

50 Minutes

 

21 MB

 

5 MB

DOWNLOAD

 

Sat 06 Aug 2011

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

52 Minutes

 

15 MB

 

5 MB

 

Sat 13 Aug 2011

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

 51 Minutes

 

 15 MB

 

5 MB

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

43 Minutes

 

Sun 21 Aug 2011

 

8 MB

 

4 MB

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

56 Minutes

 

Sat 20 Aug 2011

 

8 MB

 

5 MB

 

42 Minutes

 

7 MB

 

4 MB

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

 58 Minutes

 

Mon 22 Aug 2011

 

 20 MB

 

 5 MB

 

Tue 23 Aug 2011

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

69 Minutes

 

29 MB

 

7 MB

 

Wed 24 Aug 2011

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

Sat 27 Aug 2011

 

ZIKR EXTRACTED FROM ABOVE PROGRAMME

 

5 MB

 

1 MB

 

12 Minutes

 

Mon 29 Aug 2011

 

51 Minutes

 

ZIKR MAJLIS - LECTURE, ZIKR, DU'A

 

21 MB

 

5 MB

 

SPECIAL ZIKR  PROGRAMME

 

41 Minutes

Mon 22 Aug 2011

2nd odd nite 3am

 

17 MB

 

4 MB

WEALTH

Halaal wealth is certainly a great blessing. However unbridled desire for wealth will lead to much transgression of the laws of Allah Ta’ala. Salaah, or performing salaah with jamaat, will be missed due to business. Honesty and fair dealings will become casualties in the quest for more profit. Akhlaaq (good character) will be discarded. Hence people who work around him will be subjected to abuse. Vulgar language will become acceptable “business talk and industrial language”. Relationships will be severed purely on the basis of wealth.

 

Hence, the damage that unrestrained desire of wealth, power, status, etc. can cause is endless. Rasulullah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) has encapsulated this in a very concise Hadith wherein he said: “The love (uncurbed desire) for the world is the root to every sin.” Another Hadith describes it in a parable wherein Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: “Two hungry wolves cannot cause as much damage to a flock of sheep as the damage that the greed for wealth and position can do to a person’s Deen” (Mishkaat).


The desire for worldly position and status will destroy a person’s hard earned wealth and his Aakhirat (Hereafter). From paying exorbitant amounts for brand labels to squandering vast sums on lavish weddings and functions — everything will be done to enhance one’s “status” in society.

 

If the people that one is trying to impress are shameless, one will be driven by the desire to fit in with them to also adopt their shamelessness in one’s ways, attire, etc. For example, clothes will be selected on the basis of how much they expose rather than how much they cover!!!

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