Bilal Jamil might have a lesson in M.A.J.
Referring to one of today's e-mails with Helen.
Dear Daughter Helen,
You know how much I respect Rafi Bhai Saheb. He very frequently sends gold to our forum.
Thanks to all, the PUN ended as FUN :-)
G.Allana wrote the following in his Urdu biography - Quaid-e-Azam Jinnah: Jinnah always stood straight like an arrow. He seemed to be moving ahead even when standing stationary. He believed in moving forward incessantly. Failure was a word unknown to him. He was often heard saying:
"What happened, happened."
"What is done, is done."
"Never waste yourself on semantic nuances. Just the meaning must get across clearly."
Ah, think of Qaul-e-Sadeed (Qawlan Sadeeda).
33:70 O You who have chosen to be graced with belief! Be mindful of God and speak words straight to the point.
33:71 He will adjust your works for you, and protect you from trailing behind in humanity. Surely, one who obeys God and His Messenger has gained a signal victory. [4:31, 42:37, 53:32]
Wow! Great people like Quaid-e-Azam follow the Qur'an even subconsciously.
(Of course, you know that Ghulam Ali Allana was a friend and biographer of the great M.A.J.)
Enjoy your today and tomorrow :-)