I don’t know about you, but life can be a real roller coaster. View Profile View Forum Posts View User's Threads; Anonymous. There is an established principle within Sunni Islam that Allah Most High is completely dissimilar to created things. I even had a thought of ending myself due to these extremely evil thoughts about Allah Almighty. Whenever I get these thought, I cry and beg Allah for mercy, hope and cure. I pray you are well. And still other times, we cry and don’t know quite why; the grief evades description and analysis. “Allahu Akbar” is an Arabic phrase meaning “God is greater”. Sometimes, we cry because life’s sorrows have become chronic, filling our life like unwelcome houseguests who just won’t leave. Allah states in the Quran that, Indeed, they who conceal what Allah has sent down of the Book and exchange it for a small price – those consume not into their bellies except the Fire. The Imam (as) said, "It is legitimate! The Imam (as) said at another occasion, "If you are unable to cry… Some days, I wake up and think, “This is going to be a good day, insha’Allah.” The kids are listening without talking back, food tastes particularly good, people seem unusually positive and supportive, time for worship is plentiful and beneficial, life is […] Question: Can Allah Feel Emotions Like Happiness and Sadness? What does “Allahu Akbar” mean? Catholic then Pentecostal for the last 8 years before i turned atheist . I had this great feeling of gratitude and love towards god. And Allah will not speak to them on the Day of Resurrection, nor will He purify them. God knows what His children think and feel when they say “Allah.” He also knows how risky it would be for one of these children to cry out “Jesus” or “Yaweh” in a country so hostile to Christianity. Other times, we cry because some unexpected misery lands like a meteor and carves a crater in our soul. Muslim and Christian understanding of right and … It is commonly used by Muslims as a peaceful reminder of their commitment to their religion. Is it legitimate to do this? Can Muslims Call on the Lord? Introduction. Answer: assalamu `alaykum. 06-11-2009 #7. Yep i've also heard that you SHOULD cry in dua. Many a time I try to remember the dead of my kith and kin thinking that it might give vent to my tears. AnonymousPoster. And the most telling example of a man who few would think would cry because of Allah is Umar, may Allah be pleased with him. I used to be a Christian. Abdullah ibn Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, said he would rather shed two tears from the fear of Allah than give a thousand dinars in charity. But when you start crying get busy remembering Allah!" The Prophet Muhammad informed us in a very famous tradition, commonly quoted with reference to halal and haram, about the importance of the heart.He said: "There is in the body a clump of flesh - if it becomes good, the whole body becomes good and if … I had the same experience as you most of the time. This is affirmed clearly within the Qur’an itself when it says, “there is nothing whatsoever like Him.” [42:11] And they will have a painful punishment – Surah Baqra, verse 174. I think it would be ridiculous to assume you can't cry to Allah, as there is noone else worthy of crying to and asking for help at your lowest. Crying for Allah “And they fall down on their faces weeping” [17:109] It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (ra) said: The Messenger of Allah said: “A man who weeps for fear of Allah will not enter Hell until the milk goes back into the udder, and dust produced (when fighting) for the sake of Allah and the smoke of Hell will never coexist.” 2.