Muallaq’s destiny – Humans are creatures created by Allah SWT. In practice as humans, there are many interesting things that Sinaumed’s can learn from human life itself. Among the tens of millions and billions of people on this planet, there are many different personalities. Including their way of life or the flow of their lives on this earth which we then know as destiny.
Some people cannot accept the destiny that God has given them. There are people who go through all the destiny that God has given to make their life more meaningful, exciting and positive. In principle, not all destiny is irreversible. In Islam, destiny is divided into two forms.
Namely destiny that cannot be avoided such as human birth or death (mubram) and destiny that can be changed or mualaq . Muallaq’s destiny is God’s provision contained in the leaves of angels such as old age, food, health, mate quoted from Raul Mahfuz . Believing in destiny is one of the pillars of faith.
Muslims must also believe in destiny. Has Sinaumed’s ever heard of the term Mualaq destiny in Islam? We know that this destiny can change throughout life. Check out the article below for a full understanding and a wider example of the fate or fate of the converts.
Understanding Destiny Muallaq
As previously explained, destiny refers to the provisions or will of Allah SWT. According to Islamic teachings, this includes everything that exists and happens on earth. As stated in Surah Al An’am verse 96 as follows:
فَالِقُ الْاِصْبَاحِۚ وَجَعَلَ الَّيْلَ سient
It means “He wakes up the morning and makes the night for rest, and (makes) the sun and the moon for reckoning. That is the decree of Allah, the Mighty, All-Knowing” ( Al An’am: 96 ).
Destiny itself is actually divided into two, with Muallak and Mubram. Muallaq’s destiny is God’s destiny that can still be changed by humans. The path consists of striving and striving for the path that is pleasing to Allah according to Islamic law. The argument is in the following letter Ar Rad verse 11:
لَهٗ مُعَقِّبٰتٌ مِّنْۢ بَيْنِ يَدَيْهِ وَمِنْ خَلْفِهٖ يَحْفَظُوْنَهٗ مِنْ اَمْرِ اللّٰهِ ۗاِنَّ اللّٰهَ لَا يُغَيِّرُ مَا بِقَوْمٍ حَتّٰى يُغَيِّرُوْا مَا بِاَنْفُسِهِمْۗ وَاِذَآ اَرَادَ اللّٰهُ بِقَوْمٍ سُوْۤءًا فَلَا مَرَدَّ لَهٗ ۚوَمَا لَهُمْ مِّنْ دُوْنِهٖ مِنْ وَّالٍ
It means “For him (man) there are angels who always take care of him in turn, from the front and behind him. They guarded it at the command of Allah. Surely Allah will not change the condition of a people before they change their own condition. And if Allah wills evil against a people, then no one can refuse it and there is no protector for them besides Him” (Ar Rad: 11).
Based on the verses of the Qur’an, one must believe that one can obtain any destiny if one sincerely strives or fights for that destiny, even if it is not absolute.
However, we must understand that we have roles that must be changed, but the end result is still God’s power. Mubram’s Fate is an absolute destiny which can never be changed, encompassing Birth, Death, Marriage and More
1. Understanding According to Language
Muallaq’s destiny can also be interpreted linguistically as an attempt to change destiny through hard work, perseverance and fervent prayer. In other words, humans can still intervene and change the destiny given by God according to their wishes, which can still change according to one’s efforts and efforts.
In this case humans are given the opportunity to determine their own destiny. Including how they need to achieve it. Muallaq’s destiny shows Allah SWT’s love for his people to get what they want. In this case, of course, you must remain blessed and in the way of Allah and not oppose his prohibitions.
2. Understanding According to Terms
The definition of the term Muallaq’s destiny is God’s provision which can still change according to the efforts and endeavors made by that person. This term is the opposite of mubram destiny which means it cannot be changed at all by human effort.
3. Definition According to Experts
The definition of the destiny of muallaq has also been put forward by experts, especially religious experts and in accordance with the Al-Quran and hadith as follows:
a. Based on QS. According to Ar-Ra`d 11
لَهُۥ مُعَقِّبَٰتٌ مِّنۢ بَيْنِ يَدَيْهِ وَمِنْ خَلْفِهِۦ يَحْفَظُونَهُۥ مِنْ أَمْرِ ٱللَّهِ ۗ إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ لَا يُغَيِّرُ مَا بِقَوْمٍ حَتَّىٰ يُغَيِّرُوا۟ مَا بِأَنفُسِهِمْ ۗ وَإِذَآ أَرَادَ ٱللَّهُ بِقَوْمٍ سُوٓءًا فَلَا مَرَدَّ لَهُۥ ۚ وَمَا لَهُم مِّن دُونِهِۦ مِن وَالٍ
For humans there are angels who always follow him in turn, in front of him and behind him, they guard him at the behest of Allah. Indeed, Allah does not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves. And if Allah wills bad for a people, then no one can refuse it; and there is no protector for them besides Him.
b. Books on Islamic Religious Education and Character Education
Muallaq’s destiny means an order. A place where people still have roles and opportunities to change their destiny. Believing in destiny is one of the pillars of faith. Muslims must also believe in destiny. There are two types of destiny in Islam: Mubram’s destiny and Muallaq’s destiny .
Muallaq’s destiny can be changed through human endeavors such as by praying. In the Qur’an, Allah SWT says:
لاَ يَرُدُّ القَضَاءَ شَىءٌ إلاّ الدُّعَاءُ (رواه الترمذي)
“There is nothing that can reject Qadha except prayer” ( HR. at-Tirmidhi ).
In the Qur’an, Allah SWT says:
وَإِذَا سَأَلَكَ عِبَادِي عَنِّي فَإِنِّي قَرِيبٌ أُجِيبُ دَعْوَةَ الدَّاعِ إِذَا دَعَانِ فَلْيَسْتَجِيبُوا لِي وَلْيُؤْمِنُوا بِي لَعَلَّهُمْ يَرْشُدُونَ (البقرة: ) 186)
“And if My servants ask you (O Muhammad) about Me, then indeed I am near (not in the sense of distance), I grant the request of the one who prays if he asks Me. So let them ask for prayer to Me and have faith in Me, so that they may receive guidance” ( Surah al-Baqarah: 186 ).
That is, the one who prays is not in vain. He will surely obtain one of the three virtues. His sins were forgiven, his requests were granted, and he was saved for the future. These three virtues were very precious to him. Whereas Mubram’s destiny is God’s provision, it must happen and cannot be changed.
This destiny is only in the knowledge of God and no one knows it except Allah SWT. Examples of Mubram’s destiny are Death in Kafir (asy-Syaqawah) and Death in Faith (as-Saadah), and the provisions for both cases remain unchanged. A man who has been ordained by Allah to die in a state of faith, that’s what happened to him, never changes.
Examples of Destiny Muallaq
If some destinies cannot be changed at will, some destinies can be changed by one’s inner motives. The following is an example of the fate of a convert that Sinaumed’s can understand so that he can motivate himself even more to improve a destiny that you find very difficult and problematic:
1. Poor People Become Rich
First, because poor people have an inner urge to be rich. The person then adapts himself to the right lifestyle. For example, work hard, work smart, work hard day and night, run a business, and save money.
2. From Stupid to Smart
In another example, some stupid people fail academically. So they are always operating and are in the lower ranks. However, with an inner motivation to get good grades, he actually studies and takes classes here and there. So it is quite possible to get the best value from the start.
3. Inability to Become Skilled
Including people who are completely unable because they realize their limitations. Then the person wants to be a person who has special abilities. For example, you want to be a writer. Of course, there are many other examples of the fate of a person with a disability besides those mentioned above.
In short, Muallaq’s destiny is a destiny that can be changed by the will, desire, and effort of each individual. So, even if we don’t have the skills, if we are aware of it and understand how to handle it, we can master certain things by practicing and learning.
4. Own Health
Death is an absolute necessity, but the path to death is generally within our control. If the body is healthy, by the will of Allah SWT, we will suffer at the time of death. Health initiatives including managing diet, exercising, and maintaining cleanliness are some of the things we can do for our own health.
5. Financial Regulations
Allah has arranged for Muslims to provide the best part for everyone. It’s just that you can’t get it without maximum effort. For example, God wants you to be a millionaire, but you give up without trying to make it happen.
6. Wise Human Nature
Wisdom is a quality that can be acquired with time and effort. This is not simply giving up to accept destiny or surrendering to the flow of life. You have to try to learn from mistakes and have a good mindset. In addition, the ability to be honest with oneself and others also plays an important role.
The difference between Muallaq’s destiny and Mubram’s destiny
Regarding destiny, did Sinaumed’s know the difference between the terms mubram destiny and mualaq destiny ? A place where destiny can be changed by prayer, while there are also other fates that cannot be challenged by us. However, in discussing the differences in the fate of Mubram and Muallaq, there are those who argue that God’s inviolable destiny can be minimized.
God bless you. والدعاء ينفع في القضاء المبرم والقضاء المعلق. God bless you
“Prayer is useful for what has come and what has not come (from the sky). Bala will come and meet with prayer. Both (bala and prayer) always ‘fight’ until the Day of Resurrection. Prayer is useful for qadha mubram and qadha mualaq. Regarding the second (qadha mualaq), it is not impossible to eliminate what (decision) whose omission is dependent on prayer and it is possible to bring forth what (decision) whose livelihood is dependent on prayer,” (Seeing Syekh M Ibrahim Al-Bajuri, Tuhfatul Murid ala Jauharatut Tauhid , [Indonesian, Daru Ihyail Kutubil Arabiyyah: without year note] page 91).
Daru Ihyail Kutubil Arabiyyah, Syekh M Ibrahim Al-Fatih a convert to Baijuri, Tuhfatul Siswa ala Jauharatut Tauhid revealed that every prayer or request we make can ‘change’ the power that Allah SWT has ordained for us. In fact, unlike Muallaq’s fate , Mubram’s destiny cannot be changed by prayer.
However, it is believed that by continuing to pray, we can minimize the impact of the disaster caused by the fate of Mubram, we must believe that it is the best episode that Allah has given us.
وأما الأول فالدعاء وإن لم يرفعه لكن الله تعالى ينزل لطفه بالداعى كما إذا قضى عليه قضاء مبرما بأن ينزل عليه صخرة فإذا دعا الله تعالى حصل له اللطف بأن تصير الصخرة متفتتة كالرمل وتنزل عليه
“As for the first matter (qadha mubram), even though (the role of) prayer cannot eliminate disaster, Allah brings His tenderness to those who pray. For example, when Allah determines someone’s mubram qadha, that is an accident in the form of being crushed by a large rock, when someone prays to Allah, Allah’s gentleness comes to him, that is, a large stone that falls on him becomes crushed into pieces so that he feels it as just a grain of sand that falls on him. ,” (See Syekh M Ibrahim Al-Bajuri, Tuhfatul Murid ala Jauharatut Tauhid, [Indonesian, Daru Ihyail Kutubil Arabiyyah: without year note] page 91).
Don’t speculate about “ this or not ” which ultimately leads to suudzon to Allah. On the other hand, the fate of the converts comes in the form of joy and success, thanks to our prayers and efforts. Faith must always be strengthened. Don’t let pride grow in your heart, even if it’s just a seed.
Many people despair when their prayers and efforts do not meet expectations. Keep up your prayers and efforts because that’s all we have as servants of God. Allah never asks us to be successful, because He loves people who are never tired of the process. If Allah SWT has ordained A, then A will still happen.
However, if the person prays and performs good deeds, the level of destiny drops a little. For example, a person who is destined by Allah to be hit by a large rock for the good deeds and prayers he has done, he is still hit by a rock. The difference is that they only hit small rocks, not boulders.
Muallaq’s destiny is a destiny that can change its nature with the effort and sincerity of that person. With discipline and persistence, one can become a better person. So what is done is the result.
Meanwhile, mubram destiny is a decree from Allah SWT which is absolute and definitely applies and humans are not given a role to realize this destiny.
In short, mubram destiny is certain to happen or humans cannot avoid it anymore.
Hopefully this small overview of the fate of Mubram and Muallaq will give you the treasure of faith and faith in Allah SWT.
The Obligation of Faith Against Qadha and Qadar
Sinaumed’s needs to know that the obligation of faith to Qada and Qadar has been mentioned in an authentic hadith.
Rasulullah SAW said:
الإيْمَانُ أنْ تُؤْمِنَ با above
“Faith is that you believe in Allah, His Angels, His books, His Messengers, the Last Day, and you believe in Allah’s Qadr, both good and bad. ” ( Narrated by Muslim).
Qada means creation and Qadar means destiny or at-Tadbir . In relation to the term Qadah, this means that Allah’s provision for all is subject to Allah’s knowledge (al-‘Ilm) and Allah’s will (al-Mashi’ah). The time determined and desired by him for an event.
Qadar , on the other hand, means whatever happens to living beings, or whatever is called al-Makmur. Qadar includes everything that happens to all these creatures. Evil and good, piety and evil, faith and disbelief, obedience and disobedience, and so on.
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