Inna Lillahi Wa Inna ilayhi Rajioon Meaning

Inna Lillahi Wa Inna ilayhi Rajioon Meaning

“Inna Lillahi Wa Inna ilayhi Rajioon Meaning”.

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Inna Lillahi Wa Inna ilayhi Rajioon Meaning :
We say this statement when someone dies. Also some of us may say this sentence when we lose something, suffer a setback or harm.

But, do you know what it means?

Sure, everyone know that it obviously means ‘To Allaah we belong and to Him is our return.’

But, that’s not what I am talking about.

I mean ….do you REALLY, TRULY understand these words and their implications in a Muslim’s life? It means …whatever we have is not really ours.

It belongs to Allaah.

Take a look around you; everything you see, all that you have and all that there is….in you, on you, around you….belongs to Allaah, alone.

It is Allaah Who has given you all the property and goods you possess, and that He is the true Owner of them all.

So the cars that you own, the houses that you live in, the businesses you possess all truly belong to Allaah.

The kids that He blessed you with, the health that He gave you, the time that He has allowed you are all Allaah’s property.

Even the bodies we live in and the life that we have belongs to Allaah alone. “Inna Lillahi Wa Inna ilayhi Rajioon Meaning”.

Allaah says; “….And to Allaah belongs the inheritance of the heavens and the earth….” (Surah Aal-Imraan: 180)

“The kingdom of the heavens and the earth and everything in them belongs to Allaah. He has power over all things.” (Surat al-Ma’ ida: 120).

Now, since everything belongs to Allaah, then we have to include even our souls in that list.

The very souls that we think of as our “self”, our “nafs”, our “being” — whatever you want to call it — that very thing that distinguishes you from the rest of the world, belongs to Allaah It’s not YOURS.

In fact, YOU are not YOURS. You belong to Allaah. “Inna Lillahi Wa Inna ilayhi Rajioon Meaning”

And, this is the essence of the concept of slavery to Allaah in Islam.

And since He is the true Possessor of everything, and everything is His property, He gives what He wills to whomever He wills…And then He takes it away.

After all, it was Allaah’s to begin with.

inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon meaning

So, He may give you some thing and then take it back after a while..

He will bless you with a precious child that you love dearly…and then He may take it away.

He will grant you money, honour and status…..and then He may take it away.

He will give you youth, vitality and health and then surely He will take it away.

In fact everything you have will only be with you for a very short while.

And, then the Owner will claim His Right.

So, when Allaah does reclaim what was rightfully His, WHY MOURN OUR LOSSES?

Just like a friend who lends you his book.

And, then after a few days, he wants it back and you give it back to him…no regrets… sorrow….no questions asked.

Similarly, if Allaah takes back some of His blessings upon you for some reason….so be it.

Say Alhamdulillaah. Don’t grieve to long (follow the Sunnah and ascribed days for grieving) .

Be patient. Submit to the will of Allaah, being pleased with His decision for you. For surely He will only do what is best for you.

Just think…..The Owner came and took it back. Remember….man enters into this world empty handed…and leaves it empty handed.

Anything you have are a trust from Allaah…a loan to you…to see how you respond to these gifts from Allaah and how you use them….in the obedience of the Almighty, thanking Him and worshipping Him……OR………to the disobedience to the One Who gave them to you in the first place.

‘Our eyes are filled with tears, our hearts with grief, but we say nothing with our lips except that which pleases Allaah….

inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon meaning

Verily, to Allaah we belong, and to Him we return.’ (Bukhaari)

And, we all know the famous incidence about the prophet’s companion, Abu Talha (R.A) and His wife, when one of their Sons died and Abu Talha (R.A) was not at home.

She washed and shrouded him and when Abu Talha came home and asked about his son, she said, ‘The child is quiet and I hope he is in peace….’ (Bukhaari).

Subhaan Allaah….such patience! And such emaan in the statement “Inna Lillahi Wa Inna ilayhi Rajioon”!

She truly understood its meaning and the effect it has on her life as a Muslimah, submitting to Him and being pleased with whatever He has decreed for her.

She knew that whatever she has, is not truly hers.

Rather, it is Allaah’s….and He took back whatever He owns at its appointed time.

And, it is because of their emaan that is so strong, their understanding that the Prophet Muhammad (Sal Allaahu Alaiyhi Wa Sallam) made dua for them and Allaah blessed them immensely.

“‘They (i.e. Abu Talha and his Wife) had nine sons and all of them became reciters of the Qur’an (by heart).” (Bukhaari).

inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon meaning

Allahu Akbar!

That’s the reward of their patience over loss of one child.

“Be sure we will test you with something of fear and hunger, some loss in goods or lives, but give glad tidings to those who are steadfast, who say when afflicted with calamity: ‘To Allaah we belong and to Him is our return.’ They are those upon whom are blessings from their Lord and mercy and it is those who are (rightly) guided.”
(Al-Baqarah: 155 -157)

May Allaah forgive us and increase our emaan.

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