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lalanglaut

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28 April, 2010, 10:14:15 AM
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  • apakah makna sebenar benarnya ,sedalam dalamnya,"LA HAWLA WALA............"dan juga "INNA LILLAH.........."dalam bahasa kamus(awam) tak kesampaian maknanya.

    arinaqistina

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    Reply #1 28 April, 2010, 04:44:49 PM
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  • makna ayat tu adalah...tiada daya kuasa or kekuatan melainkan dengan izin ALLAH...MANAKALA maksud bagi innalilah tu,daripada ALLAH kita datang,kepada ALLAH jualah kita akan di kembalikan....wallahualam...ana pun x mahir sangat...so,sapa yang lebih arif tu,bolehlah beri pendapat or tunjuk ajar kepada kami yang lemah ni...walllahualam...sama2lah kita belajar untk mendalami maksud sebenar benarnya...amin...

    dol_bendol

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    Reply #2 28 April, 2010, 06:45:59 PM
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  • makna inna lillah ialah untuk diri sendiri, dari Allah aku datang kepada Allah aku kembali, silalah amati ya
    jadi adalah lebih baik, menghadapi kematian seseorang, kita di khabarkan, kita pun ucap, subhanallah - maksudnya, maha suci Allah, tak mati, tak tidur, tak lena, tak lalai, beza makhluk dgn Khalik

    tiada daya dan upaya melainkan dengan Allah bersama.
    amati ya; apa yang kita punya, kita punya hanyalah 'kehendak dari dalam diri kita' akibat daripada amal dan perbuatan diri sendiri, melalui panca indera dan dua jalan dubur serta farj. apa yang masuk melaluinya akan menjadi - proses - yg melahirkan kehendak

    Allah yang menciptakan segalanya, memberikan kita hidup, meberikan kita Ilmu, hidayah, cahaya, dan segalanya, itulah, mana ada upaya diri , hanyalah Allah bersama, mampulah lakukan segalanya,

    kita di tuntut, sedar dan Ingat Allah.

    jika kita lalai, syaitan dan jin yang mengheret kitalah, kita kata mereka ada kuasa, Allah kata, mana ada, jadi jangan lah ambil jin jadi dampingan yang kamu menaruh kepercayaan kepadanya

    boleh nak di perpanjangkan, tapi sekadar itulah dulu
    lihatlah ke dalam dirimu, pasti akan bertemu, kebenarannya

    dol_bendol

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    Reply #3 01 May, 2010, 10:53:49 AM
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  • The magnificent phrase lâ hawla wa lâ quwwata illâ bi Allâh is mentioned numerous times in the hadith (sayings of Muhammad) as being highly regarded and highly recommended by the Prophet Muhammad. The phrase is a part of daily prayers for many Muslims, and is a common phrase in ceremony and dhikr.

    It is not uncommon to find the phrase lâ hawla wa lâ quwwata illâ bi Allâh translated simply as there is no power or strength except through Allâh. However that translation fails to capture the grandeur and deeper significance of this magnificent phrase.

    Translating the word hawla simply as power is an over-simplification. The Arabic root h-w-l depicts all manner of change and transformation. The root h-w-l has led to a wide variety of words, but they all share this common thread of change and transformation. Certainly it is true that transformation and change require power, but power alone is not an adequate translation.... change and transformation are the keys to this magnificent phrase.

    The phrase may be translated word-by-word as:

        lâ = no, not, none, neither
        hawla = change, alteration, transformation, movement, motion
        wa = and
        lâ = no, not, none, neither
        quwwata = strength, power, potency, force, might, vigor
        illâ = but, except, if not
        bi = with, to, for, in, through, by means of
        Allâh = Arabic name for the Supreme Being

     

    Progress is only achieved through change and transformation... and spiritual progress requires the highest degree of change and transformation. We may wish to change, but we alone do not have the power to make such changes.

    Such change and transformation can only occur through the tahwîl (transformation) of Allâh. That is to say, true change and transformation can arise only through the awesome and glorious powers of Allâh.

    Here are some literal translations of the phrase lâ hawla wa lâ quwwata illâ billâh that incorporate the idea of change and transformation:
     

        There is neither change nor power except by means of Allâh.

        There is no transformation or strength except through Allâh.

        There is neither progress nor might except through Allâh.



    La Hawla wa la Quwatta illa Billah (There is no Might or Power except with Allah)

    [the above is] a treasure from the treasures of Paradise.[7] hadis sahih

    Matahari90

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    Reply #4 29 May, 2010, 05:01:37 PM
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  • Benarlah apa yang dikatakan Dol Bendol, pada pandangan saya
    Tapi tak boleh diterangkan disini kerana umum, dan terlalu mendalam
    Sebaiknya anda cari seorang guru yang berdasarkan Al-Quran dan Hadis
    Ringkasnya kalimah ni kalimah tauhid, kalimah rohani, kalimah yang patut ditanam di dalam hati
    " Sentiasa lah kita kembali kepada Allah", bukan setakat apabila datangnya mati yang pasti sahaja..
    Tiap2 waktu, kembalilah kepada Allah, InsyaAllah
    Wallahu A'lam

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