Bohlool on Inscribing a plaque


 Fazl bin Rabi’ had a mosque constructed in Baghdad. It was decided to place a plaque on its door. The people asked Fazl what should be written on it. Bohlool also happened to be present. He asked Fazl, “Who did you make the mosque for?” Fazl replied, “For Allah.”Bohlool said, “If you made it for Allah, then don’t inscribe your name on the plaque.”Fazl angrily said, “Why shouldn’t I have my name inscribed on the tablet? People have to know who the maker of the mosque is!”“Then have it inscribed that the maker of this mosque is Bohlool.”“I certainly will not have that written!”“If you made this mosque for fame and self-show then you have lost your reward.”Fazl became speechless at Bohlool’s words. He said, “Whatever Bohlool says, have that inscribed.”

This time Bohlool said, “Have a verse from the Sacred Qur’an inscribed on the door of the mosque.”

Moral:  You should always do all the good deeds for the sake of Allah & be away form inscriibng your names in which you had done some good deeds. As if any thig whcih is done for show-off looses the rewards. Check out more details on  SHOWINESS  (Explaination & its disadvantges)

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