Notes From Thai #9
Assalamu’alaikum, how are you today? Are you Ok? I hope so. Alhamdulillah. Now, i feel better than yesterday. Every Friday feel different, Especialy in Chiang Mai. Every Friday, i had taken free time for praying. I must see my friend for going to Masjid. It’s not easy, but i get easier. Alhamdulillah.
Abu Hurairah reported: The Prophet Muhammad said, “ The Best day on which the sun has risen is Friday. On that day Adam was created, he was admitted to Jannah, and he was expelled therefrom.” (Muslim)
There are no Masjid near Maejo University. I totally need more than 30 minutes a day for praying in Masjid. It’s challange. It’s same with my first home in Bali. Sometimes this event make me lazy but we must wake up. Keep spirit and keep moving on. Arrive at Masjid, Sholat, Worship. It’s make me feel almost like have been better and reborn.
Abu Hurairah reported: The Prophet Muhammad said, “If anyone performs Wudu’ properly, then comes to the Friday prayer, listens to the Khutbah attentively and keeps silent, his (minor) sins between that Friday and the following Friday will be forgiven, with the addition of three more days, but he who touches pebbles has caused an interruption.” (Muslim).
So, In today’s, we’re going to talk about Masjid At-Taqwa. That is one of Masjid in Chiang Mai city. Masjid At-Taqwa not so far from Nakhonping Bridge and Warorot Market. If you came from Maejo, just stop at Payap University Kaewnawarat Road and walking to turn left (Burmrungraj Road Amphur Muang) and go a head. The first fork street and turn right, after British Council. Go a head and turn right at first fork street. You’ll find up and taraa, it’s so many Muslim here for praying on Friday (Sholat Jum’at). I was here, it’s my second time. But still made me special. Before Ramadhan, at Masjid Taqwa there are some special food like fruit or rice. But, Now is Ramadhan. Hehehe..
Abu Hurairah also reported: The Prophet Muhammad said, “The Five daily for Shalat, and Friday to the next Friday, and the fasting of Ramadhan to the next Ramadhan, is expiation of the sins commited in between them, so long as major sins are avoided.” (Muslim). yogi sidik.