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Evils of the tongue

Sadaqallah hul azeem.

 Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu saysn in Surah Noor, verse 15:

“When you were propagating it with your tongues, and uttering with your mouths that whereof you had no knowledge, you counted it a little thing, while with Allah it was very great.”

I have been talking about different spiritual diseases one by one. I have told you about backbiting, jealousy, anger and arrogance. Today, my topic is ‘Evils of the tongue’; misfortunes, disasters and hardship associated with the uncontrolled use of the tongue.

Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu says in Sura Noor, verse 24:

On the Day when their tongues, their hands, and their legs (or feet) will bear witness against them as to what they used to do. (24)

So what are the problems / miseries associated with the tongue?

Hazrat Imam Ghazali (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi) said that, “these are all misfortunes of the tongue:

  • Lying/falsehood
  • Backbiting
  • Tale bearing (‘Chugli’/ causing havoc/slander)
  • hypocrisy/deceitfulness
  • two facedness / Double dealing/Fallacy
  • Dirty talk
  • Arguing
  • To reveal the secrets of others
  • To reveal ones own superiority
  • Fabrication
  • Exaggerating
  • Hurting other people’s hearts     
  • Changing someone’s words
  • Spreading news (without investigation)
  • Speaking too much
  • Speaking to someone

People do not think while speaking, nor do they feel any difficulty or hesitation because Shaytaan encourages them and makes their heart feel happiness. Many people who talk excessively are unable to limit their speech to, what is necessary and often engage in unnecessary talk. It is for this reason that it is said that, “one who is silent is a hundred times at peace”. Unnecessary talk places one in danger, while safety and well-being is remainig silent.

Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said, “Good news/Glad tidings be to the one who prevents his tongue from extra/useless/excessive talk and spends extra wealth. Something that can be expressed in one

sentence, if expressed in two sentences, also constitutes excessive talk, and one will be accountable for it.”

Hazrat Ibn-e-Masood (R.A.) said, “I warn you from excessive talk. A person should talk as much as is needed to fulfil his desire/task.”

Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said that, “the one who remains silent has achieved freedom.” (It has been mentioned in Tabarani)

Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said that, “There is wisdom in remaining silent and there are very few people who act upon this (It has been mentioned in Abu Mansoor Dar-e-Firdous)

Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said, “The person who guarantees me his two things, meaning tongue and that which is between the two legs, I guarantee him paradise. (Abu Mansoor)

The person who remains safe from the evils of the tongue, private parts and that which is unlawful, is safe from all wrongdoings, but nowadays people are very badly engaged in these evils, it is not possible to be safe from these without fighting with ones self/ego/nafs. There is no deed (practice) that can be done once, to protect oneself and remain safe for the entire life. This is a struggle that continues throughout the life.

Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) was asked, “What is the thing which will lead the majority of people to Paradise.
Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) replied, ‘fear of God and good manners towards others.’

Then it was asked, “What is the thing that will lead the majority of people to hell? 
Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) replied, “Two empty things” meaning/referring to the stomach and private parts (genitals).

It is mentioned in a Hadith-e-Nabawi of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam),  “When man wakes up in the morning each day….all parts of the body…warn the tongue, by saying, ‘fear God as regards for us, we are at your mercy……If you’re upright, we will be upright ….and if you are crooked, we will become crooked.”

It is a Hadith-e-Nabawi (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) that, “ Allah Ta’ala hides the faults of the person who controls his tongue; and frees the one from punishment who restrains his anger, and accepts the apology of the one who apologises in front of Allah Ta’ala”.

Bar’a bin Aazab (R.A.) narrates that once a villager (Arabi) came to Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) and said, “tell me of such a deed (practice) by which I will be granted entrance into Paradise?

Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) replied:

  • Feed the hungry
  • Give water to the thirsty
  • Command good things
  • And forbid bad things

If this is not possible, then do not say anything from your tongue except that which is good.

It is mentioned in a Hadith-e-Nabawi (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) that, “A time will come when people will chew words like cows chew grass”.

Meaning they will exaggerate what they say, including long and irrelevant speech, being talkative and will consider expressing oneself in less words as inferiority.

The one who strives hard to stay away from the problems associated with the tongue, has been guaranteed a house in Paradise, as is mentioned in the following Hadith of Sunan Abu Dawud.

Hazrat Abu Amama (R.A.) narrates that Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said:

‘I guarantee that the one, who does not argue even though he is right / truthful, will receive a house at the boundaries of paradise.
I guarantee that the one who refrains from lying, even in the form of a joke, will get a house in the middle of paradise.
I guarantee that the one, who improves his good behaviour towards others / his etiquettes, will get a house in the highest level of paradise’.

May Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu grant us the power and divine guidance to keep our tongues under our control and keep our tongues engaged in dhikr-e-Illahi and recitation of

Durood-e-paak (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam), Ameen.

May Allah Subhana Wa Ta’ala grant us knowledge of Islam and help us to act upon the Islamic knowledge we already have.

  • May Allah Paak  enlighten our hearts with His Noor and grant us the ability to perform good deeds
  • May Allah Paak forgive our major and minor sins and protect us from the spiritual diseases like anger, jealousy, backbiting, pride, greed and arrogance.
  • May Allah Paak protect us from the punishment of the grave & hellfire, and  enlighten our graves with His Noor
  • May Allah Paak have mercy upon the entire Ummah.

“Wa ma alayna illal balagul mobeen.”

By:Peerzada Dr. Haroon-ur-Rashid Kashmiri

 

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