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 32 High Frequency Words from the Quran, yesterday’s HFW being (كَافِرُوْن) . The HFW you will learn today is repeated for 120 times in the Quran. As of today you’ve learned 33 words from the Quran. Collectively these words are being used for 3122 times in the Quran! MasyaAllah! Let’s continue reading!
*MY ACTION INFRONT OF ME IS MY STRENGTH, I USE IT TO SHAPE MY FUTURE*
To understand today’s HFW, you need to understand the following neuro-linguistic programming or NLP concept: “all that which is real CAN be metaphor, all that is metaphor CAN be real” if you can understand this let’s proceed.
Today’s HFW is (يَد), which literally means “HAND”. It is also in some situations means “ACTIONS”, “STRENGTH” or “THAT WHICH IS INFRONT OF”.
From the Quranic Worldview, Hand is metaphor for our actions, our deeds and actions are mostly done with our hads, or parts that belong to it, like our fingers, i’m using them now as I write this message for you.
Our strength is in the things that we do continuously, again and again. Generally it is called training and practice. Trainings and practices are actions. The more we do them do more we will grow our strentgh.
What we do today, in our present moment will shape our future. The more good deed we do in our present, the goodness we will enjoy in the future.
As believers and servants of Allah s.w.t. we believe that Allah will always be MORE than fair to us, the good that we do, Allah s.w.t. will always reward with more than what we deserve. This alone is enough to motivate us to do more good deed.
Your 33rd High Frequency Word of the Quran:
Aspire list of HFW Number: #68
Meaning: hand (literally) actions, strength, that which is infront of (metaphorically)
Meaning in Malay: tangan, perbuatan, kekuatan, hadapan
Frequency in the Quran: 120 times
First Mention in Quran: Surah Al-Baqarah, Verse 66 (2:66)
Last Mention in Quran: Surah Al-Masadd Verse 1 (111:1)
Surah An-Naba’, Verse 40 (78:40), Allah says:
“Indeed, We have warned you of a near punishment on the Day when a man will observe what his HANDs have put forth and the disbeliever will say, “Oh, I wish that I were dust!”
But those who refuse to believe in Allah shall deny and ignore. And when the time comes, they will regret, and it will not be beneficial for them.
Continue your week by doing lots of good deeds!
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