Thursday, 20 September 2012

Re: ***keep_mailing*** Story: The king the poor man

Mr junaid aap hadish ko urdu write kare maharbani kogi

On 19/09/2012, Junaid Tahir <> wrote:
> There was a king who decided to take a tour of his country. As he passed by
> different places, everyone rushed to see him. However, while passing by a
> certain place, he noticed a poor old man who did not pay any attention to
> the king's arrival and remained engaged in his own activities. The king
> went up to this poor man and asked why he did not join the people to see
> him.
> The poor man replied, "Before you, there was another king who once passed
> by this place. Everyone gathered to see him as well. But, few days later he
> died and was buried in a place nearby. A poor man also died during that
> time and was buried near the king's grave. After some time, a strong flood
> passed through that area causing those graves to overturn. As a result, the
> bones of the poor man became mixed up with those of the king's. We could
> not differentiate between them any longer. After seeing this, it does not
> matter to me anymore as to who is a king and who is a beggar. In the end,
> our home is the same."
> Narrated by brother Ayyub from Toronto, Canada during one of his lectures.
> we are so much engaged in this world that we are always concerned about
> status, money, respect however we are no more concerned about good deeds,
> hasanat, prayers and honesty. Its time to refresh islamic teachings and
> start wroking on them. We must develop an environment in our homes which
> encourages prayers on time, helping poors on daily basis, discussions on
> Ikhlaqiat etc
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