The perseverance of Asiyah
Asalamu alaykum brothers and sisters, hope you are well and enjoying the moments of the blessed month of Ramadan. This is my first video recording and I appreciate your time and support this year my annual project called ‘Magnetic Love with Ramadan’ is on its fifth year running. This year, I thought of doing a more creative project by doing a three-part video series with the theme of ‘Belief’. So what has belief got to do with Ramadan? Well, Ramadan is not only about giving charity, praying, improving our inner selves but also showing your belief via your everyday actions which we globally fail to do.
The first lecture is the perseverance of Asiya (may Allah be pleased with her). She was the wife of the Pharaoh Firoun and was known for her beauty and kindness. Her husband on the other hand, was known for his tyranny. Killing children and claiming himself to be God, if they disbelieved, he would imprison and murder them.
She was infertile and when she discovered baby Musa (may Allah be pleased with him) in a box drifting in the river Nile, she became attached and wanted to raise him as her own. His birth mother was able to see him as his wetness. Since Musa entered Asiya’s life, he brought her happiness. When he tried to call people to believe in Allah (The Most High), Asiyah did not hesitate and accepted Islam in secret until she stood up for her beliefs.
One of Asiyah’s stepdaughters overheard Asiyah’s hairdresser say ‘Bismillah’ when picking up the comb after it fell on the floor. She then reported it to Pharaoh and he ordered the whole family of the hairdresser to be burnt publically. When it was the time for the newborn to be burnt, he spoke ‘This world’s torture is less than the torture of the afterlife’. Visualising this cruelty of her husband, she revealed her true faith to him. She was steadfast and would give up all her luxury life for her belief.
With anger, Firoun chained her in the desert with no access to food, shade and water. Instead, her stepdaughters bullied her on a daily basis and faced continuous physical and emotional abuse. Her response to this was a supplication and said
‘Oh Allah, please build me a palace in Jannah’.
As she was tortured, her faith in Allah (The Most High) grew as she was protected by the angels. Her imaan grew. As she visualised her palace in Jannah, she continued to laugh as they tortured her. This frustrated the Pharaoh who ordered her to be tied to the cliff and a rock
He ordered his guards to drop the largest boulder they could onto her body, and they did – but not before Allah (The Most High) took her soul before the boulder even hit her body.
So what can we learn from the essence of her character?
She was brave. She left her husband, her status as a queen, her luxury life to remain devoted to her belief in Allah. Our spouses, children, parents, siblings, friends, colleagues, our communities cannot help us on the Day of Judgement. Our faiths meaning our Imaans, is an individual struggle. No matter how painful she was tortured, she remained consistent in her faith. The most amazing thing was that she was smiling as she was being tortured. To me it means that she had a view that the tests and the struggles will become light.
In this month of Ramadan, me and you need to intend of improving ourselves as no one on this Earth is perfect. There is always room for improvement. We need to understand that our self-worth and the most important relationship is with Allah (The Most High). We are not responsible for what others think of us and how they interpret our words and actions. Pray. Help. Support. Read. Give charity. Every penny makes a difference. Speak good or be silent.
I hope you benefitted from this video and the next vlog will be about the faith of Abraham (May Allah be pleased him)
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