ALLAH the Almighty proclaimed demonstrations of love and submission for extraordinary knowledge and superb goals. No big surprise, as they reinforce the confidence, filter the spirit, rectify the mentality and refine the ethics. On the off chance that demonstrations of love did not accomplish these destinations, then the Muslim would not profit by them legitimately. In such a case, demonstrations of love may transform into inert ceremonies that one performs with no real impact on his world and mentality.
This guideline applies to Haj. At the point when the devotee performs Haj legitimately understanding its targets and feeling its implications, it will be of incredible impact upon him in this life and in the Hereafter.
Therefore, Allah the Almighty respected the travelers with the gift of going to His House and empowered them to play out His commitment. In this manner, they need to stop and mull over their conditions, survey the condition of their heart and right the course of their life.
The main thing they need to acknowledge is the significance of the favors that Allah the Almighty presented to Hajis when He encouraged their issues and empowered them to play out this awesome obligation. Absolutely, this requires them to acclaim Allah the Exalted for this gift, of which numerous individuals are denied, in spite of their yearning for it. Adulating Allah the Almighty for this gift involves safeguarding it, adherence to submission to Allah the Almighty and consistence with His religion and Shariah.
The most critical thing that a pioneer ought to keep up after Haj is the issue of relentlessness and guarding this extraordinary deed (execution of Haj) against things that could invalidate it. One ought to ask Allah the Almighty unendingly to help him/her hold fast immovably to His religion and aide them to obey Him, and make them evade His defiance so that they “will be with the ones upon whom Allah Has Bestowed support of the prophets, the relentless affirmers of truth, the saints and the noble. Furthermore, astounding are those as mates.” (Qur’an, 4:69)
Allah the Almighty gave individuals cases delineating this issue to caution His slaves of discrediting their deeds and losing them when they require them earnestly. Allah says: “Might one of you want to have a patio nursery of palm trees and grapevines underneath which streams stream in which he has from each natural product? Be that as it may, he is harrowed with seniority and has feeble posterity, and it is hit by a tornado containing fire and is scorched. In this way Does Allah clarify to you (His) verses that you may give thought.” (Qur’an, 2:266)
This illustration talks about the individuals who did great deeds and after that relapsed supplanting great deeds with insidiousness ones. We look for asylum with Allah the Exalted from this. In his critique on this verse, Ibn Abbas (may Allah be satisfied with him) said: “This is a case of a rich man who does great carries on of acquiescence of Allah and after that Allah sends him the fiend whereupon he confers sins till all his great deeds are lost.” (Al-Bukhari)
Travelers ought to recollect that the acknowledged Haj has signs. The most noticeable of these signs is the coherence of uprightness and acquiescence to Allah the Exalted. Moreover, your association with Allah the Almighty ought to be better than anyone might have expected. Al-Hasan Al-Basri (may Allah show benevolence upon him) was informed that the acknowledged Haj is remunerated by Paradise. He said, “The indication of this is to return (from Haj) revoking this world and trying to the Hereafter.”
I wish that the pioneers would complete their Haj while they understand that its most essential goal is to prepare the Muslim in revering Allah the Almighty alone, to agree to His rules, stay away from His forbiddances and take after the Sunnah of His Prophet (peace be upon him). These goals are not restricted to a specific time; rather, the Muslim ought to hold fast to them the length of he is alive. Allah the Almighty says: “And love your Lord until there comes to you the conviction (passing).” (Qur’an, 15:99)
Your condition in the wake of doing great deeds ought to resemble those about whom Allah the Almighty says: “And they who give what they give while their hearts are frightful in light of the fact that they will come back to their Lord.” (Qur’an, 23:60)
In spite of the fact that they attempt to get nearer to Allah the Almighty through different demonstrations of love, they expect that their deeds might be rejected. That is the reason Ali (may Allah be satisfied with him) used to say, “Be more worried about the acknowledgment of your deeds than about the deeds themselves. Have you not read the Qur’anic verse in which Allah the Almighty says: “For sure, Allah just acknowledges from the equitable (who dread Him).” (Qur’an, 5:27)?”
Thus, Allah the Almighty directed the explorers to look for His absolution in the wake of leaving from Arafah and Al-Muzdalifah saying, “Then withdraw from the spot from where (every one of) the general population withdraw and solicit pardoning from Allah. In reality, Allah is pardoning and forgiving.” (Qur’an, 2:199)
A pioneer remained at Arafah, he shed tears and demonstrated regret over his past offenses. Allah the Almighty liberated him from Hell, so be careful with relapsing to sins subsequent to being excused by Allah or gravitating toward Hell in the wake of being spared from it.
Be resolved to make your Haj a defining moment in your life, figure yourself and figure out what impact your Haj had upon your heart, demeanor, words and deeds.
Continue doing great deeds regardless of the possibility that they are pretty much nothing, since consistent little deeds are superior to anything interfered with more prominent ones. The deeds, which Allah the Almighty cherishes most, are the most normal and consistent ones despite the fact that they were nearly nothing.
We ask Allah the Almighty by His names and most delightful credits to acknowledge Haj, pardon your transgressions and prize you for your endeavors. We likewise request that he acknowledge our great deeds and furnish us with endurance and uprightness until death.