The wind was blowing gently that day, as if it had a message to deliver. The leaves of the trees rustled in the breeze and the flowers nodded as if in agreement. It was a day of new beginnings, a day of hope.
The sun was shining and the sky was blue. Everything felt right. I walked to the mosque with a spring in my step, looking forward to the prayer and the peace it would bring.
I had been struggling lately, feeling lost and confused. But I was hopeful that today would be the day that I found my way again. As I entered the mosque, I felt a sense of calm wash over me.
It was as if I had come home. I bowed my head in respect and began to pray.
Surah Dhariyat is the fiftieth chapter of the Qur’an. It contains 30 verses. The word “Dhariyat” means “scatterers” and refers to the wind.
This surah was revealed in Medina, and it is one of the earlier surahs to be revealed. It is thought to have been revealed around 2 years after the Hijrah. The main themes of this surah are tawheed (the Oneness of Allah), and trust in Allah.
In this surah, we are reminded that everything in the universe belongs to Allah, and that we should put our trust in Him. We are also reminded that the Day of Judgment is coming, and that we should be prepared for it. This surah is a reminder to us that we should not take the things of this world for granted, and that we should always remember that Allah is in control.