Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : February 6th 2015 Contents A60
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, February 6, 2015
You only live once so sit back and enjoy
No time for sorrows so fill it up with joy.
This way of thinking is totally wrong
Our total existence is forever long.
Life is for eternity its stages are four;
The first is in the womb, but hold on there's more
The second is from birth until the moment we die
The third takes place in the place where we lie.
Barzakh is it's name until Judgement day
The fourth is eternity and in heaven we pray!
The soul splits from the body at the time we die
Then with the angel of death, they both will fly.
If the person is pious, the angel looks handsome
And the wicked will wish, that they could ransom
For the pious, the soul is taken on a piece of silk
Eventually, they're in heaven with rivers of milk.
The evil person's soul is dragged out with pain
Then they know, their life was in vain.
When Allah swt gives the order, the soul is returned
Either to a bed of paradise, or else to be burned.
The soul is returned, while the family are grieving
And then he is questioned while his
loved ones are leaving
At that time the person will be in such a state
He is asked three questions which determine his fate.
He will be panicking, his heart full of fear
When he sees the angels, Munkar and Nakeer
He will be asked about his God,
religion and what did he say
About the person who appears in front of him that day.
That will be Muhammed saws,
who can save us from hell
The pious will recognize him, but others won't tell
After answering rightly they are saved from the ordeal
Of the torments of the grave, which to us seem unreal.
Their grave is extended and in peace they stay
They will praise Allah swt and continue to pray
A window of paradise is seen and they steep in bliss.
Whereas the unbelievers grave becomes hell's abyss.
Creatures are let loose on their fronts and back
Their graves close in until their ribs will crack
They are in constant agony until judgement day
Nothing will help, it will be too late to pray.
They will know because of themselves,
their future is wrecked
But they won't have a clue what to further expect
For the believer it passes like a good night's sleep
His good deeds have been done,
the rewards he shall keep.
Judgement day will pass like the time for a prayer
At the speed of light he crosses the bridge,
thin as a hair
And before he knows it, he is in paradise
Whereas the unbeliever, will be paying his price.
This life is a journey, death isn't the end
Real life goes on, so don't just pretend
So prepare now, we're not here to stay
Follow islam, the key is to pray.
Brothers and sisters take this advice
You'll be proud of yourself, when in paradise!
In Loving Memory of
We remember and miss you
each and every day. May Almighty God
give you light and space in your grave and
all that is good in the Hereafter.
Lovingly missed by your wife, children,
grandchildren, family and friends.
May God bless you and Save you
from the Hell Fire.
LIFE AFTER DEATH
coach Jamaal Shabazz believes the
time has come for the emphasis
to shift from the internal bickering
in the Guyana Football Federation,
to the development of the national
He lauded the intervention of
Fifa and the formation of the nor-
malisation committee, and said all
stakeholders in Guyana now needed
to work towards ensuring results
on the field.
"Fifa has decided on the nor-
malisation committee and the
pathway forward so we ve got to
focus on the football on the field,"
the Trinidadian said here following
last Sunday s international friendly
between Barbados and Guyana.
"All the people who have argued
in Guyana for two years about who
should lead, what constitution
[should be adopted], none of them
played [in Sunday s game], none
of them contributed to the result."
He continued: "There is no sport
called administration. I do not
know of a sport called administra-
tion. I know of a sport called foot-
ball and it is a beautiful game."
The game was the first friendly
international for both national
teams in some while. However, for
Guyana it represented a massive
stride forward, especially coming
on the heels of the chaos in local
With infighting ripping apart the
GFF, Fifa last year stepped in to
quell the bickering, setting up a
normalisation committee to run
the affairs of football for the next
Among its objectives, the com-
mittee has been tasked with cre-
ating a new constitution and ensur-
ing transparent elections are held.
Shabazz said Sunday s 2-2 draw
with Barbados had given him hope
that Guyana s football was on a
"Football on the field does not
lie. Players lie, coaches lie, for sure
administrators lie but the football
on the field does not lie and it is
clear that you can see that we are
on the path but we need to play
more football," he pointed out.
"We have to get the boys playing
in more leagues and competitions
and stop arguing.
"For me I can see a clear pathway
forward ... all we need now is to
get together and put a programme
in place and we ll take off from
Time to end bickering, focus
on football says Shabazz
Outspoken Guyana coach Jamaal
Shabazz. PHOTO COURTESY CMC
"All the people who have
argued in Guyana for two
years about who should
lead, what constitution
[should be adopted], none
of them played [in Sunday's
game], none of them
contributed to the result.
There is no sport called
administration. I do not
know of a sport called
administration. I know of a
sport called football and it is
a beautiful game."---Guyana
head coach Jamaal Shabazz
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