Story of Abu-Bin-Adham and Angel for SSC:

Abu-Bin-Adham and the Angel is an important story with a great moral lesson for the students of schools and colleges.

The story portrays the best work of a human being through an incident. If we show our heartfelt love to the creature the creator gives us the best award.

Abu-Bin-Adham and the Angel:

Once there was a man named Abu Bin Adham. He was very honest and pious…………………….. One night he was in deep sleep. All of a sudden there was a sound in his room. Because of the noise, he woke up from sleep. Waking up he saw an angel writing something on a paper.

He asked the angel what he was writing. The angel replied that he was writing the name of the people who love god. Abu inquired the angel whether his name was there or not. The angel replied in the negative and said that his name was not there.

Abu became shocked and asked why his name was not there. The angel said, “You are pious but you do not love and respect enough other people. The list includes the people who love mankind.” Abu could realize his fault. Abu could realize that he should not discriminate among people and should love all people equally.

He also could realize that it was a warning for him from the Almighty. He took an oath not to discriminate among people. The next night the angel again came to Abu’s home. This time Abu’s name was at the top of the list.

Now, it’s clear to Abu that “He prayeth best, who loveth best.” It means Allah loves him who loves Allah’s creature.

He prayeth best, who loveth best:

This is a quote/excerpt from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s famous poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, that’s an excellent summary to answering the question of why we have so many problems in the world today.

“He prayeth best, who loveth best
All things both great and small;
For the dear God who loveth us,
He made and loveth all.”

The story of this poem is about a mariner who shot and killed an albatross in the sea.

Just after killing the bird the wind of the sea stopped blowing and the ship could not move. The sun became hotter. The was stagnant over the sea.

The food and the water in the ship were finished. There was nothing for the sailors to eat. Sea water is salty. So, although there was seawater around them, not a drop of water to drink.

Some of the sailors died as they could not eat food or drink water. The sailors blamed the mariner for their miserable condition. They decided to punish the mariner. They hanged the dead albatross around his neck.

The mariner could realize his fault. Because by seeing some small creature in the sea he felt pity for them. He was really sorry for his misdeed. As a result, he begged pardon from God and prayed for all living beings.

Being happy with the mariner’s prayer, God excused him. A strong wind came and pushed the ship toward the shore. Thus the mariner could save his and other sailors’ lives. The mariner understood that he prayeth best, who loveth best.

Moral of the story: a. Allah loves the person who loves Allah’s creature.

b. He prayeth best, who loveth best.

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