> NO ONE KNOWS HOW MUCH REWARDS ALLAH GIVE US ON OUR LITTLE
> An old man woke up early in order to pray the Fajr prayer in
>the masjid. He got dressed, made his ablution and was on his way
>to the masjid. On his way to the masjid, the man fell and his
>clothes got dirty. He got up, brushed himself off, and headed
>home. At home, he changed his clothes, made his ablution, and
>was, again, on his way to the masjid.
> On his way to the masjid, he fell again and at the same spot!
>He, again, got up, brushed himslef off and headed home. At home
>he, once again, changed his clothes, made his ablution and was on
>his way to the masjid.
> On his way to the masjid, he met a man holding a lamp. He
>asked the man of his identity and the man replied "I saw you fall
>twice on your way to the masjid, so I brought a lamp so I can
>light your way." The first man thanked him and the two were on
>their way to the masjid.
> Once at the masjid, the first man asked the man with the lamp
>to come in and pray Fajr with him. The second man refused. The
>first man asked him a couple more times and, again, the answer
>was the same. The first man asked him why he did not wish to come
>in and pray. The man replied "I am Satan." The man was shocked at
>this reply. Shaitan went on to explain,
> "I saw you on your way to the masjid and it was I who made
>you fall. When you went home, cleaned yourself and went back on
>your way to the masjid, Allah forgave all of your sins. I made
>you fall a second time, and even that did not encourage you to
>stay home, but rather, you went back on your way to the masjid.
>Because of that, Allah forgave all the sins of the people of your
>household. I was afraid if i made you fall one more time, then
>Allah will forgive the sins of the people of your village, so I
>made sure that you reached the masjid safely."
> So do not let Satan benefit from his actions. Do not put off
>a good that you intended to do as you never know how much reward
>you might receive from the hardships you encounter while trying
>to achieve that good. If forwarding this message will bother you,
>or take too much time from you, then don't do imagine, that when
>you forward this, you receive 240 good deeds (and Allah knows
>best!),and so will I for sending it to you! Wouldn't it be easy
>just to press "Forward" and receive this reward?
> Please try to circulate this message to your friends
>/colleagues & family members for the sake of Allah.