Islam is as beautiful, magnificent and robust as the sun and the full moon in all its glory. The majesty and exuberance of the Deen of Islam encompasses every aspect of life. From the most minute, and the most insignificant aspect (as we sometimes erroneously consider certain things), to the most awe-inspiring and majestic heaven and earth, the “unmistakable colour” of Islam is clearly evident.
Even the “deaf can see its glory” and the “blind can hear its allure”!
Across every nano-square meter (109 sq. m) of our Universes --- in fact across every atto-square meter (1018 sq. m) --- of the Universes, Alhamdulillah, our Deen-ul-Islam is firmly entrenched. The unmistakable manifestations of the Noble Qurãn-e-Kareem and the beautiful Ahadeeth of our beloved Nabi (Salallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) has been panoptically covered up until eternity.
The advices and admonishments that our Nabi (Salallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) “gifted” us with, are without a shadow of doubt, the most admirable, grand and exquisite.
In one of the hadeeth, Hadhrat Abu Huraira (RA) reports that Nabi (Salallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said:-
“I have seen a man enjoying himself in Jannah, due to him felling down a tree along the road, which used to harm the people (passers-by).”
According to man’s limited understanding, this hadeeth might appear to be a “small act of kindness and goodness” --- but --- it’s worth noting the magnanimous reward that he was “gifted” with, i.e. Jannah. Hence the golden lesson learnt from this hadeeth is: -
One cannot look down upon any act of goodness. In the sight of Allah Ta’ala, it might be an act of colossal weight. Additionally, our loving Allah Ta’ala might love the “action” so much that it can become a means of our forgiveness and entry into Jannah.