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Dua is said to be the acceptance of the variation between God and the human being existence. It is an ultimate connection between the Creator and HIS believer through which human can pour out all their concerns and ask anything they want with a firm faith. It is the link which satisfies the nature of human beings of being taken care of and dependency that require a constant favor and bestowal from his Lord who is the prime source of everything.


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As-Salaam alaykum,

 I say yes, to the topic above on Du'a... and would add and/or advise that we always should Pray to Allah, Azzah Wa-Jallah, ceaselessly, and not speak of anything else, and preserve our hearts from the longing to see people at our feet. The Love of Allah is the only pole around which good deeds turn.

 

 Let our tongue(s) speak of nothing but Allah and His Messenger, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, instead of occupying ourselves with mundane things of this world.

 

 Best Wishes.

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Every dua and recitation has its own significance and they make you feel neared to Allah. However, there are some that appeal you the most and you love saying them again and again. 

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