nahida1 uddin


Islam


Five times a day we do Salah,
That's when we bow down to Allah,
In the month of Ramadan we must fast,
From the first day to the last,
Allah is one and like no one,
He has no partner, nor a son,
He is Kind and Just and Wise,
And has no form, shape or size.
Begin in the name of Allah,
By always saying Bismillah,
And one thing you must understand,
It's good to start with your right hand,
So brothers and sisters, to increase your imaan,

Read the miracle, read the Quran,
Read it every day and to read it be proud,
The word Quran means to read it aloud,
Muhammad (SAW) , was the best of creation,
And we are proud to be part of his nation,
He gave us a message and that was Islam,
So read this miracle, and read the Quran,
Compassion is a word so cheap,
but carries loving feelings so deep,
For Allah knows it is good to give,
We may not know how long we live,
Let's do each day a better deed,
And stretch a hand to those in need,
From Satan and his evil mind,
We must remember Allah is merciful and most kind,
This life is just a trial,
So try to make other people smile.
We are going to live for a while....
14/05/2013

Submitted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013
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