Posted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:44 am Post subject: Patience is a virtue
Hazrat Yusuf (AS), the famous Prophet, was a son of Hazrat Yaqub (AS). He was the eleventh of twelve brothers and was incomparably beautiful, modest and possessed the highest quality of good character.
Of his sons, the father Hazrat Yaqub (AS) had deepest love for Hazrat Yousuf. For this reason the brothers became envious. At last they hatched a conspiracy and saying that they were taking Yusuf for playing, took Him out of the house. They brought Him to a deserted ground and after beating Him, threw Him into a deep well. After coming back home, they informed their father as, when we were engaged in play; a wolf grabbed Yusuf and ate Him. Since the blood stained shirt they showed was not torn, Hazrat Yaqub (AS) could not believe his sons. He was aggrieved by the lies of his sons but He did not express his anger, rather determined to be patient and said, Patience is most fitting; I am seeking help from Allah in that what you assert.
In today’s world, the general definition of the word is to tolerate delay. This implies self control and forbearance as opposed to wanting what we want when we want it. How many times have we jumped the gun and found out it would have been better to tolerate delay or had self control? What did we miss out on? Did we hurt someone we love because of lack of patience? I think having patience heals the wounds and things, after all, work out just fine. Patience is not only a virtue but a necessity for a happy existence.
Posted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 12:59 pm Post subject: Re: Patience is a virtue
If anyone is interested in watching the drama or serial of Hazrat Prophet Yousuf (AS), it is here blew, just click the link.... It is one of the beautiful Serial ever and long story about life of Prophet Yousuf (AS) and Zoleykha.....
Thanks Biryani for posting this wonderful movie, I have send it long time ago, but I will watch it again.
Movie: Irani ba bazigarane afghanistani
Young Lateef works on a construction site in Tehran with some Kurds and a few illegal Afghan workers. When Lateef is given heavier tasks to compensate for new Afghan worker Rahmat, he resents his displacement and treats Rahmat cruelly. After one of his pranks, however, Lateef discovers Rahmat's secret--he is a girl named Baran. Latif's heart softens towards Baran and he shows his new affection for her by doing what he can to ease the hardships she suffers at work. When government inspectors force all Afghans to be fired from the site, Lateef discovers he cannot bear to be without her. Jeopardizing social standing and endangering his own well being, Lateef stops at nothing to save his love.
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