‘rizqtu hubbaha’, ‘zamilooni, dathirooni’

Many years after she passed away – Rasulullah, sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam, spoke of his love for his wife Khadija, radiallahu anha, with the following:

“She believed in me when the people disbelieved in me,

she trusted me when people said I was not trustworthy,

and she gave me her money when people prevented me –

and I was given the rizq of her love” (rizqtu hubbaha… )


– Shaykh Ninowy, Love Takes Time (Pt 7/10 @ 0:27 mark)

When combined with the Prophetic criteria for/of love, in the 2nd verse of his du’aa of hubb – it’s beautiful:

و حُبَّ مَنْ يَنفَعُنِي حُبُّهُ عِنْدَكَ

“… And the love of the one: whose love benefits me with You …”

https://kuhlsnotes.wordpress.com/2007/07/18/du’a-of-hubb-du’a-of-habibullaah/

——–

“But she sacrificed all her wealth and everything she had
And he honored her, and gave her faith,
when the times were bad, when times were bad…

Now years have passed, times had changed, since Khadijah breathed her last.
And the Message of the one true God, was spreading far and vast
But then he came across a jewellery, that Khajidah
once had worn
His eyes began to swell with tears, his heart again began to mourn

Cause she was there for him, when times were rough, and his enemies were cruel
Was the first believer, so keen and eager, to comfort ar-Rasool”

– Zain Bhikha, ‘Zamilooni, Dathirooni’ (Envelop me, Embrace me)

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But she sacrificed all her wealth and everything she had
And he honored her, and gave her faith,
when the times were bad, when times were bad…
Now years have passed, times had changed, since khadijah breathed her last.
And the Message of the one true God, was spreading far and vast
But then he came across a jewellery, that khajidah once had worn
His eyes began to swell with tears, his heart again began to mourn
Cause she was there for him, when times were rough, and his enemies were cruel
Was the first believer, so keen and eager, to comfort ar-Rasool
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2 Responses

  1. That was lovely ma’shallah. I believe the song is a collaboration between Native Deen & Zain Bhikha on Native Deen’s CD “Not Afraid to Stand Alone”. Jazaks for reminding us of an example of true love.

    • JazakiAllahu Khayraa for your comments – a first for the blog.

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