Do You want to Know about a Very Short and Powerful dua that can cure all Sadness, Worries and Depression .

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Assalamu Alaikum,

Are You Sad?Are you Worried?Today I Would like to Share with you One Powerful Dua which has the Power to cure all Depression. It can Overcome all Calamities and is so Influencing that it can change your life forever,(Allah Willing-In Sha Allah).Do You want to know which dua is It? It is a Very Short dua which we all read.It is “Astaghfirullah”.Sincere Repentance and faith in Allah’s Mercy can Overcome all barriers.We simply need to have faith in Our creator.There is a Story associated with this dua which is Very Inspiring.May Allah accept our Istighfar too:

The Story of Forgiveness :Story of Imam Ahmad(رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) and the Baker

This story about “Istighfar” is from the life of Imam Ahmed Bin Hanbal (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ), who is considered as a renowned scholar of Islam and a famous theologian. Imam Ahmed is also considered to be the founder of the Hanbali school of fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) and is one of the most celebrated Sunni theologians, often referred to as the “Sheikh ul-Islam” or the “Imam of Ahl al-Sunnah.”

During his old age, while Imam Ahmed(رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) was travelling he stopped by a town. After the prayers, he wanted to stay for the night in the masjid yard because he didn’t know anyone in the town. Owing to his humility, he hadn’t introduced himself to anyone thinking that if he did, he would be welcomed by many people.

Failing to recognize Ahmed bin Hanbal(رحمتہ اللہ علیہ), the caretaker of the mosque refused to let him stay in the mosque. As Imam Ahmed (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) was quite old, the caretaker had to drag him out of the mosque. On seeing this, a baker from a nearby place felt pity for this man (Imam Ahmed (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ)) and offered to be the host to him for the night. During his stay with the baker, Imam Ahmed (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) observed that the baker would constantly recite Istighfar (seek forgiveness from Allah). Imam Ahmed (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) asked the baker if the constant practice of saying Istighfar had any effect on him. The baker responded by telling Imam Ahmed (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) that Allah had accepted all of his duas (supplications), except one. When he asked him what dua was it that hadn’t been accepted, the baker replied that he had been asking Allah to provide him the privilege to meet the famous scholar Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ).

On this, Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) said that Allah had not only listened to his dua but had dragged him onto his (the baker’s) doorsteps.

This story is a reminder of the power of saying Istighfar (seeking forgiveness) frequently. Let’s remember that the prophet used to say Istighfar frequently during the day. Tafseer Al-Qurtubi states:

  • A man complained to Al-Hasan about a drought, and he said to him: “Pray to Allah for forgiveness.”
  • Another man complained to him of poverty and he said to him: “Pray to Allah to forgive you.”
  • Another man said to him: “Pray to Allah to bless me with a child.” He said: “Pray to Allah for forgiveness.”
  • Another complained to him that his garden was dry. He said to him: “Pray to Allah for forgiveness.”

He was asked about it and he said: “This is not my personal opinion, for Allah says in Surah Nooh (interpretation of the meaning): ‘Ask forgiveness from your Lord, verily, He is Oft Forgiving; He will send rain to you in abundance. And give you increase in wealth and children, and bestow on you gardens and bestow on you rivers.” Tafseer Al-Qurtubi (18/301-302)

One of the narrators of a Hadith was asked about the manner in which forgiveness is to be sought, to which he answered: “The Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) used to say: ‘Astaghfirullah! Astaghfirullah! (I beseech Allah for forgiveness, I beseech Allah for forgiveness)’.” [Sahih Muslim].

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