Book Name:Pait ka Qufl e Madina
bounty.’ After this, the Muslim who faced the most difficulties and trying circumstances in the world will be brought. It will be ordered to submerge him into Paradise. Therefore, he will be submerged into Paradise and will then be asked, ‘Did you ever face any trouble and hardship?’ He will reply, ‘No, I never faced any trouble and hardship.’ (Sunan Ibn Mājaĥ, vol. 4, pp. 530, Ḥadīš 4321)
The foregoing narration makes it clear that Hell is so terrifying that a mere dip in Hell will make the person forget all the attraction, luxuries and the comforts of the world and he would think that he spent his worldly life in difficulties and troubles. On the other hand, a mere immersion in Paradise is so pleasant and delightful that the person will forget all his troubles and grief of the world and he would think that he never faced any predicament.
صَلُّوۡا عَلَى الۡحَبِيۡب صَلَّى اللّٰهُ تَعَالٰى عَلٰى مُحَمَّد
How to develop habit of eating less?
If the person who is accustomed to excessive eating suddenly starts eating less and applies the Madanī guard to his stomach, he may well become weak and, resultantly, give up hope. What one should do is to reduce the amount of food gradually. For example, if a person who eats 12 breads a day wants to reduce his intake by half, he should break 12 breads into 60 pieces and reduce one piece every day. He will be eating 59 pieces the first day, 58 the next and so on. If he persistently continuous to do so, he will succeed in reducing his intake from 12 breads to six within a month without experiencing any weakness, اِنْ شَــآءَالـلّٰـه عَزَّوَجَلَّ. If someone eats only rice, he can also reduce his food in the same way by diminishing one spoon daily.