Hadeeth means the words, actions, approval or attributes that have been narrated from the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). A hadeeth may either confirm things that are mentioned in the Qur’aan, such as prayer, zakaah, etc., or it may give details of things that are mentioned in the Qur’aan in general terms, such as the numbers of rak’ahs in each prayer, the thresholds for paying zakaah, the details of Hajj, etc. It may also explain rulings which are not mentioned in the Qur’aan, such as the prohibition on being married to a woman and her (paternal or maternal) aunt at the same time.
The moment a person follows his desires, the path of sins open up. A person, who sins but then sincerely repents, is forgiven by Allah. But, in the present day world, the truth is disbelieved, and the falsehood is openly supported. If this is not misguidance then what is? Humiliation is the end of those who follow their desires in
disobedience to Allah:
“Have you seen him who takes his own lust (vain desires) as his ilaah (god)? And Allah knowing (him as such), left him astray, and sealed his hearing and his heart, and put a cover on his sight. Who then will guide him after Allah? Will you not then remember?” [Qur’an Surah Al-Jaathiyah (45): 23]
Did you know that Prophet Muhmmad (peace be upon him) used to make a dua for each and every single one of us after every salah he performed?
عن عائشة أنها قالت: لما رأيت من النبي – صلى الله عليه وسلم – طيب نفس قلت: يا رسول الله، ادع الله لي، فقال: ((اللهم اغفر لعائشة ما تقدَّم من ذنبها وما تأخر، ما أسرَّتْ وما أعلنتْ))، فضحكت عائشة حتى سقط رأسها في حجرها من الضحك، فقال لها رسول الله – صلى الله عليه وسلم -: ((أيسرُّك دعائي؟)) فقالت: وما لي لا يسرُّني دعاؤك؟ فقال – صلى الله عليه وسلم -: ((والله إنها لدعائي لأمَّتي في كل صلاة
Evil whispers during prayer and at other times come from the Shaytaan, who is keen to misguide the Muslim and deprive him of good and keep it far away from him. One of the Sahaabah complained to the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) about waswaas during prayer, and he said: “The Shaytaan comes between me and my prayers and my recitation, confusing me therein.” The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “That is a devil called Khanzab. If he affects you seek refuge in Allah from him and spit drily to your left three times.” He [the Sahaabi] said, I did that and Allaah took him away from me.
(Narrated by Muslim, 2203)
Proper focus (khushoo’) is the essence of prayer. Prayer without proper focus is like a body without a soul. The following are two of the things that help one to develop the proper focus:
1 – Striving to think about what you are saying and doing, pondering the meanings of the Qur’aan, dhikr (words of remembrance) and du’aa’s (supplications) that you are reciting; bearing in mind that you are conversing with Allaah as if you can see Him. For when the worshipper stands to pray, he is speaking to his Lord, and ihsaan means worshipping Allaah as if you are seeing Him, and knowing that even though you cannot see Him, He sees you. Every time a person experiences the sweetness of prayer, he will be more inclined to do it. This depends of the strength of one’s faith – and there are many means of strengthening one’s faith. Hence the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “Of the things of your world, women and perfume have been made dear to me, and my joy is in prayer.” According to another hadeeth he said, “Let us relax, O Bilal, with prayer,” and he did not say, Give us a break from it.
2 – Striving to ward off the things that may distract you during prayer, namely thinking about things that are irrelevant or distracting. Waswaas affects each person differently, because waswaas has to do with a person’s level of doubts and desires and the degree to which a person is attached to other things or is fearing other things.
(From Majmoo’ Fataawa Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah, 22/605)
With regard to what you say about the waswaas reaching such a great level that you have begun to experience waswaas that makes you think about Allaah in ways that are not appropriate, these are evil whispers from the Shaytaan. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“And if an evil whisper from Shaytaan (Satan) tries to turn you away (O Muhammad) (from doing good), then seek refuge in Allaah. Verily, He is the All‑Hearer, the All‑Knower”
“True Love of Allah (Swt) and His Messenger Muhammad (pbuh) is love for all of Humanity” : Let this love enable Muslims to pray for all Human Beings to come out of this world hatred and strife into a world connected to a Hereafter of Peace. The Light of Allah is capable of reaching anyone, even the rich and famous. Look at the light in the faces of these men (on a recent trip to the Emirates: May Allah guide them to Islam). Maxwell (Musician, Will Smith (actor) and Tyrese Gibson (“Fast and Furious”) Allah is the Greatest!!!