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Eid Al Adha/Eid ul Adha poems 2018

 

Why do Muslims celebrate Eid ul-Adha?

 

  Each of Us Must Sacrifice Ourselves By Nicholas Gordon

                                 Each of us must sacrifice our selves
If we would hope to know eternal love.
Deep within the spirit that rebels
Abides a moment time cannot remove.
Leave your self behind in prayer and be
A willing servant in your master’s hands,
Devoted to good deeds and faithfully
Holding to the life Allah commands,
And love will fill your silence like a sea.

 Each Sacrifices What the Heart Loves Most By Nicholas Gordon

Each sacrifices what the heart loves most,
Imitating Abraham when he
Delivered Isaac to the eternal host,
Although with heavy heart, yet faithfully.
Love does not grasp, but gives away all things,
Aware of something holy in its fire,
Destined to retain the gifts it brings,
Having first relinquished the desire,
As Allah gives one all one would require.

Even as You Sacrifice Yourself By Nicholas Gordon

Even as you sacrifice yourself,
In love with love and gratified to give,
Dancing ‘cross the ancient inner gulf
Athwart the plain on which each soul must live,
Long-borne burdens lighten into prayer,
Acts of worship meant as acts of care,
Done freely out of gratitude and grace,
Hard – yes, hard – and far more than your share,
And still a gift no pleasure can replace.

The connection between Eid al Adha and Hajj?

We celebrate Eid-ul-Adha

We celebrate Eid-ul-Adha and the Hajj,
In which the rewards are much.

Eid-ul-Adha is a reminder of Ibrahim’s (PBUH) sacrifice,
Which shows us in how many ways Allah is nice.

We run between the mountains of Safa and Marwa,
Since it was done by Bibi Hajira.

Hajj is about equality,
Forget your own individuality.

Doing the rituals in a few days,
For cleaning your slate, this is one of the ways.

The reason for this Eid leads back to Ibrahim’s (PBUH) story,
But we must remember that only Allah deserves all glory.

Eid-ul-Adha and Hajj

We celebrate Eid-ul-Adha and the Hajj,
In which the rewards are much.

Eid-ul-Adha is a reminder of Ibrahim’s (PBUH) sacrifice,
Which shows us in how many ways Allah is nice.

We run between the mountains of Safa and Marwa,
Since it was done by Bibi Hajira.

Hajj is about equality,
Forget your own individuality.

Doing the rituals in a few days,
For cleaning your slate, this is one of the ways.

The reason for this Eid leads back to Ibrahim’s (PBUH) story,
But we must remember that only Allah deserves all glory.

Why do Muslims celebrate Eid ul-Adha?

 

Updated: August 3, 2018 — 6:38 pm
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