Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim.
Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu.
Dear friends, today I will share with you some discussion about our life, inshallah. Welcome and congratulations to all of you on this post.
One of our four Companions was Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique Radiyallahu Anhu. His status is much higher than the status of all other companions. For whose dignity all the angels on the throne wore jute chaats one day. About the status of which the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said that as many people as will come to the Day of Judgment, if all the deeds of all people are done in one place, then the deeds of Abu Bakr Siddique Radiyallahu will not be equal to the deeds of Abu Bakr Siddique RA. Who was appointed by Hazrat Muhammad sallahu alaihi wa sallam as his next caliph. He led the Imam during the illness of Hazrat Muhammad Sallam. This is the best dignified Sahaba Abu Bakr Siddique Radiyallahu Anhu. who was very rich. After accepting Islam, he gradually gave away all his wealth and became destitute at once. After that he had no more clothes, so he wore a jute chaat, so Allah Ta'ala ordered all the angels in Arsh Mawla to wear jute chaat in honor of Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique, may Allah bless him and grant him peace.
This great companion, Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddiq Radiyallahu Anhu, held a tree one day and said, "If I were a tree, how good it would be." How good it would be if I were clay.
If we say the reason why he said such things, then we can say that all the creatures that Allah has created above and below the seven heavens and the earth except for humans and jinn, He created everything for this human only. And He created man only for His worship.
All the creatures except humans and jinn have been guided by Allah Ta'ala that you should only serve humans and benefit humans.
And obeying that order, all creatures are giving light to the sun. The moon lights up the night sky. Picking mangoes on mango trees, never picking mangoes on mango trees. The mulberry tree catches the mulberry tree, never the millet tree. Similarly, He created the angels, they only know how to do good deeds, but they do not have the ability to do evil deeds. Allah has forced them and guided them.
And the jinn and the human being are sent to this world by Allah with conscience. People can do both good and bad. He can do good and evil according to his knowledge. May pray and may not pray. May or may not help people. Humans may or may not commit injustice. Interest may or may not be charged. May give bribe and may not give bribe. May earn haram and may not earn haram
All these can be guided by his conscience, can do good or can do evil. The essence is Abu Bakr Siddiq Razi Allah said if I were a tree I would be soil The reason for saying tree is soil i.e. all creatures except jinn and humans will merge with the soil after death and he will never be asked about his deeds again. He will not be resurrected. There is no heaven or hell for him.
But we are human. After we die we go to another world. The world that has a beginning will never end. In that world, Almighty Allah will ask us thoroughly about our life in this world. I will be judged, then either hell or paradise. I will start living in either of these two places.
The reason why Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique Radiyallahu Anhu said this is that if we can give a correct account to Allah, then we will not be freed and if we cannot give a correct account then eternal hell!!! How can we endure the torment of hell, which is a terrible torment that only increases.
Let's take this advice of Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique Radiyallahu Anhu and correct our lives now. Please the Almighty Allah, by obeying His commandments and following the footsteps of Hazrat Muhammad SAW, please the Almighty Allah and strive hard to enter the eternal Paradise by avoiding eternal hell, Ameen.