Assalamu’alaikum Wr. Wb.
Dear student of the Noble Quran,
It gives me great pleasure to share with you High Frequency Words from the Quran and its wisdom everyday.
Previously you’ve learned 47 High Frequency Words from the Quran, yesterday’s HFW being (خَيْر) . The HFW you will learn today is repeated for 153 times in the Quran. As of today you’ve learned 48 words from the Quran. Collectively these words are being used for 5166 times in the Quran! MasyaAllah! Let’s continue reading!
*HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS IS WHEN WE FOCUS OUR ATTENTION WHERE ALLAH WANT IT TO BE*
Today’s HFW is something that needs time to practice.
We need time to practice focus, and we need knowledge to know what to focus on, and we need wisdom to know how to deal with distraction. A wise man once said: “A successful person is an ordinary human with laser-sharp focus”.
Today’s HFW is (أَيُّهَا) which means “O / O you!”. When this word is used in the verses of the Quran most of the time, if not all, it is in the begining of a sentence. And the reason it is used is to attract the listeners attention that what comes next in the sentence is very important and essential.
When a believer put his attention on these verses and apply it in his life he will experience a huge positive change in his life and his surrounding. Observe the following verse as an example.
Your 48th High Frequency Word of the Quran:
Aspire list of HFW Number: #53
Transliteration: yaa ayyuha
Meaning: O / O YOU
Meaning in Malay: wahai
Frequency in the Quran: 153 times
First Mention in Quran: Surah Al-Baqarah, Verse 21 (2:21)
Last Mention in Quran: Surah Al-Kaafiruun, Verse 8 (109:1)
In Surah Al-Baqarah, Verse 153 (2:153) Allah says:
” O YOU who have believed, seek help through patience and prayer. Indeed, Allah is with the patient. “
When a verse begins with Allah commanding us to focus our attention to it, it means that whatever is in it is something that we have neglected or something that we are really not aware of. Therefore once we put our attention to it huge positive transformation will happen in our life.
If we observe ourselves closely, we realize that every time we are face with trials and tribulations, or when we are in discomfort we lose our patience. And the reason we lose our patience is because we lose sight of Allah’s magnificent presence. Thus Allah is reminding us that we should be steadfast in our solah and exercise sabr (patience) because Allah Azza Wa Jalla is always with those who are patient and his help and assistance is close by.
And we put our focus and attention with Allah we will not expereince fear nor grieve, insyaAllah. And insyaAllah true success and real happiness will come soon.
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