In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, Most Merciful

The thing that regulates all creatures:

 Dear brother:
 The snake can catch the mouse in the deep dark, who did guide it? They put a waxen material over its eyes, and put a mouse in a room, and it went directly to it, they discovered that it was able to spot the mouse through two small holes in its head work on the infra-red rays, and when these holes were covered, the snake could not pinpoint the place of the mouse any more!
Some types of hornets dig a hole in the ground, and when it hunts a grasshopper, for example, it stings the pray to inject a poison in a special place in its body not aiming to kill it but to keep it anesthetized in order to keep it as a fresh food for its babies, the female after that lays the eggs beside the anesthetized grasshopper then it dies so as the male, yet the pray is still fresh for the babies till they hatch out and feed on it, Allah says:

“And Who has measured; and then guided.”

(Al-A'la-3)

 After the sperm fertilizes the ovum, it starts to split to thousands of cells in few days, who did guide some of these cells to be the spine? Who did guide other cells to form the heart? Who did guide some of them to be muscles? Who did guide some to be a transparent clear liquid in the eye? Who did guide some to be skin cells, nerves, hair, or intestines? There is one thing that regulates all the creatures, His Saying:

“Glorify the Name of your Lord, the Most High, Who has created(everything),and then proportioned it. And Who has measured; and then guided. And Who brings out the pasturage”

(Al-A'la,1-4)

Everything on earth predicts the end of the world:

 Some interpreters said: the pasture is defined by all plants that grow on the ground; Allah Who created us then He provided us with all what we need, therefore, there is no point in the creation without the provision? Allah says:

“And Who has measured; and then guided. And Who brings out the pasturage,”

(Al-A'la,3-4)

 Hence, the pasturage is everything that is called “plants”.
 Then Allah says:

“And then makes it dark stubble.”

 “Stubble” here means “dried up”, and “dark” here means that the plant turned from green into yellow and finally into black when it dries up, and you can look at the leaves of the trees to know this fact as they turn into the black color after fall is over, Allah says:

“And Who has measured; and then guided. And Who brings out the pasturage, And then makes it dark stubble”

 Another thing is derived from the consecution of these words, that is, the life is heading to annihilation, as the plant moves from fresh greenness to paleness, withering, death, and blackness, so as the life of human; as he/she moves from youth, inrush and dreams, towards elderliness, old age, and death.
In fact, everything in this world predicts the end of the world as if we are talking about the sunset, the autumn arrival, and the leaves' falling, Allah says:

“And Who has measured; and then guided. And Who brings out the pasturage, And then makes it dark stubble”

The first glad tiding: The Prophet PBUH should never forget Quran:

 The first good glad tiding came to the Prophet (PBUH) is that he will not forget Quran.
 Some of the Prophetic biographers narrated that this Surat is the dearest one to the Prophet (PBUH), and when he reauthord:

“Glorify the Name of your Lord, the Most High”

 He said: “Say it in your prostration“, so we say in the prostration: Glory to my Lord, the Most-High. Therefore, the first glad tiding came, Allah says:

“We shall make you to reauthor(the Qur'an)so you (O Muhammad[p.b.u.h])shall not forget (it).”

(Al-A'la-6)

 This means "We will make you to reauthor the Qur'an, and you shall not forget what you read", some said that "shall not" here is prohibition, and some said: it is a negation, i.e. you usually do not forget, and in another interpretation: beware of forgetting, that is, avoid the causes that lead to forgetting:

I complained to Waki about my poor memory
So he ordered me to abandon disobedience
And informed me that the knowledge is light
And that the light of Allaah is not given to the disobedient
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 Do not disobey Him during the day in order to be granted to be awake at night (He will honor you with the night prayer), one sometimes forgets some of his information because he disobeyed Allah
 You should know that no matter how much sure you were about your Quran memorization, you will forget it the minute you disobey any of it. Therefore, this verse has two indications (and as the Propet PBUH indicates that we can understand Quran in many ways) first of which is that “We shall make you to reauthor, so you shall not forget”, means that this is a good glad tiding for you o Muhammad (PBUH) i.e. its memorization is up to Us, while some considered this as a miracle, namely, how come an illiterate person memorizes the Qur'an after reciting it once only which is considered beyond humans' ability.
 Usually Al Hafez (the one who memorizes Quran by heart) has to reauthor Quran over and over so he won’t forget it, so how did the Prophet (PBUH) memorize the Qur'an in whole after reciting it just for one time?
 They said: it is an glad tiding for the Prophet PBUH, and is a miracle if “shall not” is considered as negation.
 But if it is considered as prohibition then “shall not” is mentioned in the sense of rearing us through the Prophet PBUH, namely, don’t do anything that will lead you to forget Quran like disobeying any of it.

The Prophet is assured by Allah that He never forgets His Words:

 Another thing I will mention in regard of forgetting topic.
 In psychology point of view, human being usually remembers the thing that he/she cares about, this is a rule of thumb.
 Consider these examples: if a man takes the phone number of his fiancée, he, undoubtedly, will memorize it from the first time and never forget it, also the indebted merchant's memory is his note book, and if a person promised to help you in finding a high-rank job, and he gave you his phone number, very probably you will memorize it, without writing it down, so you never forget the thing you care and long for.
 In that same concept, the Prophet PBUH was infatuated by Allah that he never forgot His words, so if "shall not" is a negation, then it is a rule and an glad tiding as the one who forgets something is he who has no interest in it.
 The forgetting and remembering is a very huge and important subject that needs to be discussed in details yet we can brief it by saying that there is a scientific relation between remembering something and concerning about it, therefore, we can say that I know who you are from the things you care for.
 Anas ibn Malek narrated that Allah's Messenger (PBUH) said:

"Whoever concerns himself with the Hereafter, Allah will make the richness in his heart(content and optimist),and will reunite him(with whom he loves), and the world will be compelled to him(will lead a happy life,as he hopes), and whoever concerns himself with the worldly life,Allah will make his poverty in his heart(afraid from the poverty all the time, pessimist) and will make him disunited (with whom he loves),and will not get from this life except what has been ordained for him*

[At-Termidhi]

 Allah says:

“We shall make you to reauthor(the Qur'an)so you (O Muhammad[p.b.u.h])shall not forget (it). Except what Allah maw will.He know what is apparent and what is hidden.”

(Al-A'la,6-7)

 i.e. you might forget.
 The interpreters have many aspects in the interpretation of this Ayah, some said: for a perfect wisdom, Allah might make His Prophet (PBUH) forget something, which happens at times, the Prophet said:

"O Allah, I am a human, and I forget like the rest of mankind"

 In these cases, the forgetting is caused by Allah the Great and Almighty, like when Allah sent down security for the believers, slumber overtook a party of them, this slumber is a mercy to them.
 A person, sometimes, might forget something for his own benefit, as he/she might go blank on a date to which if he/she showed up, could have been in great trouble, so Allah make him/her forget that date and go blank on it for his/her own benefit.

Allah’s will is absolute and nothing can limit, disable, or forbid it:

 Allah says:

“We shall make you to reauthor(the Qur'an)so you (O Muhammad[p.b.u.h])shall not forget (it). Except what Allah maw will.He know what is apparent and what is hidden.”

(Al-A'la,6-7)

 This means that except for what Allah wills to make you forget, then you forget it out of your human nature.
 The second meaning is very precise, that is: the Will of Allah the Great and Almighty cannot be limited, and this fact leads us to other topics, such as:
 If someone overheard that paying charity money before traveling brings Allah’s protection to him/her during this travel, so according to what he/she heard he/she paid 100 Syrian pounds as charity before traveling, the question in this case, does that 100 bill protect this person regardless Allah’s will? Does it insure that nothing wrong will happen to this person during his/her travel? In other words does this money limit Allah’s will? Of course not, as Allah’s will is absolute and no one and nothing can limit, disable or forbid it.
 The worst of all is that someone might think that paying that money before traveling will surly protect him/her even though he/she might sin during the travel.
 Or someone might think that paying money’s Zakat is a warrantee to protect his/her money (so in his/her mind he/she thinks by Zakat he/she is altering Allah’s will), even though he/she might spend part of it on sinful things.
 Therefore, you get Allah’s protection when you abide by Allah and avoid wrongdoings, and Allah’s will can’t be limited, disabled or forbidden, Allah says:

“We shall make you to reauthor(the Qur'an)so you (O Muhammad[p.b.u.h])shall not forget (it). Except what Allah maw will.He know what is apparent and what is hidden.”

(Al-A'la,6-7)

 Allah's Will is the Supreme and the Dominant, nothing delays, restrains or prevents it.
 Therefore, to summarize the meaning of the Ayah: It is considered as a good glad tiding, namely, We will make you to reauthor but be careful not to forget it, and you shall not forget it because you are very interested in it, this is a rule and reserving Quran is up to Allah not to you.
 Or it is considered as a miracle, namely, Allah decided that the forgetting is for man’s best interest, therefore:

 the Prophet (PBUH) said":

"I am not but a human who forgets like any other human so when I do, remind me".

[Muslim narrate by Yehya Bin Yehya]

 If the Prophet PBUH forgets, so how about us? But when the Prophet forgets, this happens for a perfect wisdom.
 Also when the believer is upright according to Allah's Order, and Allah makes him forget something or makes his enemies forget as well, that might be for his own benefit.
 Hence, forgetting is one of Allah’s Graces.
 Each one of us at some point was at fault for another person, the kind of faults that if it is remembered, one will melt in shame, and if this feeling and remembrance kept coming without the ability to forget, life will turn into a living hell, therefore, forgetting is a blessing from Allah to mankind.

Allah knows the hidden and the apparent:

 Then Allah says:

“Except what Allah maw will.He know what is apparent and what is hidden.”

 As I previously said, Allah the Exalted and Glorious knows the secret and what is more hidden, so if he knows the hidden then He is likely to know what is apparent.
 Exactly like the Archway Metal Detector in airports that is able to detect hidden weapons which if was exposed by someone is likely to be spotted and its holder would be taken into custody.  Allah says:

“Except what Allah maw will.He know what is apparent and what is hidden.”

 Allah says:

“And if you (O Muhammad)speak (the invocation) aloud, then verily, He knows the secret and that which is yet more hidden.”

(Taha-7)

 Allah knows what is hidden from your companion and even from yourself as you don’t know how things are going to turn out.
 Imam Ali, May Allah is pleased with him said in regard of this Ayah and the word “more hidden”: “Allah knows the past and the future and what isn’t took place yet, what it would be if were to happen” and that is the meaning of “more hidden” as Allah’s will is absolute.

We should be righteous for the sake of Allah:

 Consider this example, someone heard in a lesson that if the man was righteous, Allah will help him in his earthy life, so he straightened up to be successful in his trade, not out of love for Allah, and for that he didn’t commit any sin that he used to commit for the sake of his success in business, Allah the Great and Almighty said:

“Verily, those who say:" Our Lord is Allah(Alone)",and then they stand firm, on them the angels will descend (at the time of their death):"Fear not, nor grieve! But receive the glad tidings of Paradise which you have been promised!”

(Fussilat-30)

 So this man applied what he heard, but he is taken by surprise in spite of his straightness! What is the reason? The following Ayah clarifies the point:

“Except what Allah may will”

 Allah knows the intention of this man, he straightened up as a mean to profit, not because he loves Allah and His Revelations, nor to escape from His Torment, and because Allah knows the secret and what is more hidden, Allah delays the help to rear him, as if Allah is saying: O My slave, straighten up for My Sake, not for the sake of profit, straighten up sincerely for My Sake, Allah says:

“Say(O Muhammad) "Verily I am commanded to worship Allah (Alone) by obeying Him and doing religious deeds sincerely for His Ske only.”

(Az-zumar-11)

 Sincerely for Allah’s sake
 If someone insincerely applied an Ayah from Quran that is considered as a law, such like the following Ayah, but did that for his safety and out of his love to earthy life:

“Whoever works righteousness—whether male or female—while he (or she) is a true believer (of Islamic Monotheism)verily, to him We will give a good life, and We shall pay them certainly a reward in proportion to the best of what they used to do(i.e. Paradise in the Hereafter).”

(An-Nahl-97)

 He/she will not get the benefit of such Ayah because as we mentioned before Allah’s will is absolute and no one has the ability to limit or alter it.

The second good glad tiding is facilitation:

 People representative in the Parliament has a political immunity that might be removed from him by the same authority that gave it to him if he misused this immunity, hence, there is a will over his will, and then Allah says:

“And We shall make easy for you(O Muhammad[p.b.u.h]) the easy way.”

(Al-A'la-8)

 And this is the second good glad tiding, making easy, the easy way is absolute, because basically when Allah the Exalted and Glorious, created life and mankind on earth, He set up purposes for that creation among which is to know him by reflecting on the universe by the mere mind. when they are acquaintance with Allah they will be righteous by following his orders which will lead them straight to Him and as a result they will rejoice closeness to Allah by performing rightdoings that will grant them a seat of truth, near the Omnipotent King(Allah), and this is the Divine Plan for the creation of man, Allah says:

“And I created not the jinn and mankind except that they should worship Me (Alone).”

(Adh-Dhariyat-56)

Facilitation is related to human’s purposes:

 When man's aims match the aim that he was created for, his businesses will go easy, Allah says:

“Why should Allah punish you if you have thanked(Him) and have believed in Him. And Allah is Ever All-Appreciative(of good),All-Knowing.”

(An-Nisa'-147)

 This punishment is meaningless, Allah says too:

“If they (non-Muslims) had believed in Allah, and went on the Right Way(i.e. Islam) We would surely have bestowed on them water (rain) in abundance.”

(Al-Jinn-16)

 And He said:

“And if the people of the town had believed and had the Taqwa(piety),certainly,We should have opened for them blessings from the heaven and the earth, but they belied (the Messengers). So We took them (with punishment) for what they used to earn(polytheism and crimes)”

(Al-A'raf-96)

 And He said also:

“Verily, those who say:" Our Lord is Allah(Alone)",and then they stand firm, on them the angels will descend (at the time of their death):"Fear not, nor grieve! But receive the glad tidings of Paradise which you have been promised!”

(Fussilat-30)

 And He said:

“No doubt! Verily, the Auliya' of Allah (i.e. the pious believers), no fear shall come upon them nor shall they grieve.”

(Yunus-62)

The facilitation is meant for Islamic call:

 When man in this life, basically, acts according to the fundamentals that Allah willed and when he/she heads towards the aim that Allah assigned him/her to, his/her life, certainly, will be easy, but if he/she deviates from this aim, and gets out of the road, and slow in speed, Allah treats him/her with distress or hardship.
 Most deviated people in this world are treated by Allah through hardship in their money, kids, wglad tiding, and selves which could be understood by the naïve as a hardship of life and no one can be at ease apart from it.
 Some would say in regard of that: “Glorified Allah, he created us for hardship and torment”, this saying is like the saying when someone visit a class of retarded student and says: “What kind of teaching is this? And he forgets that this is a class of students with special needs, but in other classes students usually are granted respect, comfort and good teaching.
 Hence it is out of naivety to think that the hardship from Allah is something we unfairly have to face in this life not as a divine treatment for mankind.
 On the contrary life should be easy for those who know Allah, so the first thing in this Ayah is that it is a good glad tiding for our Prophet PBUH.
 Didn’t the Prophet PBUH carry the message of Allah alone? It was less than 25 years before the world came to big change, this was facilitation, and this is the endless giving, this is the meaning of His Saying:

“And Ever Great is the Grace of Allah unto you (O Muhammad).”

(An-Nisa'-113)

 One man (the Prophet PBUH) changed the world during twenty five years, he could change misery to happiness, worry to serenity, and poverty to richness.
 The Prophet PBUH said:

“O U'dai, perhaps what makes you unwilling to embrace this religion is what you see of their need and poverty! By Allah, the money is on the verge of abundance in their hands till no one wants to take it, and, perhaps what makes you unwilling to embrace this religion is what you see of the hosts of their enemies! By Allah, you are about to hear about the Babylonian woman goes on a pilgrimage riding her camel, does not fear, and perhaps what makes you unwilling to embrace this religion is that you see the dominion and suzerainty (rule) in the other's hands, By Whom whose Muhammad's soul in His Hand you are about to hear that the Babylonian palaces are opened to the Arabs“

 All that took place! Of course the easiness in this verse meant the facilitation in calling to Islam, as Islam has spread in spite of all the difficulties and obstacles, and the heads of Quraish stayed in Prophet PBUH’s way, and they conspired and fought him but they couldn't do anything, Allah says:

”They were plotting and Allah too was plotting; and Allah is the Best of those who plot.”

(Al-Anfal-30)

Simplification and easiness were characters of the Prophet PBUH:

 Allah says:

“Verily, they are but plotting a plot(against you O Muhammad{p.b.u.h}). and I (too) am planning a plan. So give a respite to the disbelievers ;deal gently with them for a while.”

(At-Tariq,15-17)

 This is the first thing, the good glad tiding for the Prophet (PBUH), and as long as he carries Allah’s message, Allah makes things easy for him in his calling.
 Facilitating is one of the characters of the holy Prophet (PBUH), some Hadiths prove this, one of which is:

Mrs A'isha said: Whenever Allah's Apostle was given the choice of one of two matters, he would choose the easier of the two, as long as it was not sinful to do so, but if it was sinful to do so, he would not approach it. Allah's Apostle never took revenge (over anybody) for his own sake but (he did) only when Allah's Legal Bindings were outraged in which case he would take revenge for Allah's Sake.*

(Al-Bukhari)

 And when he (the Prophet PBUH) is in his house, he used to be the kindest smiling man and even a little girl can hold his hand and he would follow her wherever she wanted to go, and when he enters his house, he used to wrap up his clothes lest he wakes anyone, and when he prostrates, Al-Hassan and Al- Husain used to be above his back, and he prolonged his prostration lest he annoys them, and he used to say to them: how excellent is your camel, and how excellent is your load.
 In his clothing, he wore the turban, the cap, the wool, the cotton, the linen, the Yamani gown, the green gown, the jubbah, the shirt, the sandal, the shoes, the robe and the pants, and he wore what is available, therefore, Imam Ali, may Allah is pleased with him, said: "man cannot be the protector of his family except after he does not care about which/any of his (two) garments he wears". If you are easy in dealing with people, you will earn dignity and respect in that, and if you are rigid in regard of insignificant things, you will degrade your prestige, yet if you were angry because a sin was committed in your house, it is then o.k. because this anger is for Allah the Great and Almighty.

The Prophet’s manners in eating:

 In regards of His eating manners, a man said: I had a friend who is the greatest in my eyes because he cares less about earthy life! He has full control over his appetite as he never long to a food that is not available nor does he overeat from an existing food.
 The Prophet (PBUH) never rejected what is available of food nor did he long for food that is not available, and he did not criticize a food ever.
He also ate confections, dates, honey, and the infusion of dates, and speaking of which, some fasiqeen (dissolute people) drink the wine claiming that the Prophet drank the infusion of dates, they lied!
 He used to put some dates in water in the evening and in the morning He drinks it as a sweet drink, and he ate the cucumber, the bread of barley and sh3er, and the bread with vinegar only, and once he was invited to a bread-vinegar banquette!

Mrs A'isha narrated that, the Prophet(PBUH) said: How excellent condiment is vinegar*

(Muslim)

 And he said too: How excellent condiment hunger is, because you eat anything when you are hungry, and he said: if I am invited to a trotter (stewed sheep’s foot), I will accept the invitation, and he ate the salted stored meat.

Ibn Mas'aud narrated that a man came to the Prophet (PBUH) and he trembled (with fear) when he was talking to him, He said to him: take it easy! I am not a king, but I am a son of a woman who used to eat the salted stored meat*

(Ibn Maja )

 He ate the pumpkin, and if he did not find food in his home he asked: have you got anything? If the answer was: No, he would say then: I am fasting (today)!, he slept on the bed and sometimes on a mat and a wooden board.
 Once Omar came to him and saw him sleeping on a mat and the mat left marks on his cheek, so Omar cried so the Prophet PBUH asked: why do you weep, Omar?! To which Omar answered: the Messenger of Allah sleeps on a mat, and Kisra (the title of the king of Persia) sleeps on the silk (silky bed)! He said: O Omar, it is a Prophethood not a Dominion, aren't you pleased that the worldly life is their share, and the Hereafter is ours?.

The Prophet was easy in dealing with sh3er:

Abu Huraira narrated that the Prophet (PBUH) said: "The religion (of Islam) is easy, and whoever makes the religion a rigour, it will overpower him. So, follow a middle course (in worship); if you can't do this, do something near to it and give glad tidings and seek help (of Allah) at morn and at dusk and some part of night".

(Al-Bukhari)

 The basis of the religion is easiness, don't restrict on yourselves lest you will be restricted, it was said to the Children of Israel: Slaughter a cow! They said: what color is it? Bright yellow cow, what is it? From question to another till the cow that they were ordered to slaughter became a specific one owned by a wglad tiding, and she asked as its weight of gold, Allah says:

“ O you who believe! Ask not about things which, if made plain to you,may cause you trouble. But if you ask about them while the Qur'an is being revealed, they will be made plain to you. Allah has forgiven that, and Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Forbearing.”

(Al-Ma'idah-101)

Abu Huraira narrated that the Prophet(PBUH) said: "Do not ask me so long as I do not impose anything upon you, because those who were before you were destroyed on account of their frequent questioning and their disagreement with their Prophets. So when I order you to do something, do it as far as you can; and when I forbid you from doing anything, eschew it.''

(Al-Bukhari)

 It is like some people, nowadays, who ask many questions in regard of everything around them like: Shall I wear the exported shirt? Shall I? Shall I? the Prophet (PBUH) said:" Al-Munbatt (who wearies his camel beyond its ability) no land he passed over, nor back he kept, it kneeled down out of fatigue, so he also stopped! Nowadays, we have vehicles, if we overrun them, they will breakdown.
 The easiness was existed in all actions of the Prophet (PBUH), he used to say:

Jabir ibn Abdullah narrated that Allah's Apostle said: " Make things easy and do not make them difficult, cheer the people up by conveying glad tidings to them and do not repulse (them).”

(Al-Bukhari)

 He used to say:

Ibn Mas'ud narrated that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH)said: it is forbidden to the Hell everyone who is easy, soft, lenient close to the people*

[Ahmad]

 Someone read Hadith, and he was bad-spoken, he said: the believer is a bag of cotton (homograph: one of two or more words spelled alike but different in meaning or derivation or pronunciation), he was asked: what is the meaning of a bag of cotton? He said: easy and soft! The hadith itself, is: the believer is shrewd, smart, prudent! And he said:

Abu Huraira narrated that the Prophet (PBUH) said: the believer is friendly (person), and there is no good in a person who doesn't get along with people and is not easy to be got along with”

[Ahmad]

 There is also a sort of men who are rude and rough, and the most odious man to Allah is the vehement disputer, who bears grudge.
 Once the Prophet PBUH met a man and asked him: What is your name? He said: Hazan (it means sadness), He said: No, you are Sahl (easy), and once He asked a little girl: what is your name? She said: A's'ia (sinner), He said: No you are Jamila (beautiful).
 He used to prefer the easiness in everything. It is considered out of kindness to meet your brother with a smiling face.
 Several meanings for the following Ayah:
 Allah says:

“And We shall make easy for you (O Muhammad) the easy way.”

(Al-A'la-8)

 This is a good glad tiding that this religion will spread, its flag will be high, it will reach the east and west, and you will conquer the countries, this is the first meaning.
 The second meaning is that the Prophet (PBUH) preferred the facilitation in all things.
 The third meaning is that if you love Him (Allah), and if you love the Prophet and send your Salat on (ask Allah to bless) him, this will cause (inspire) revolutions,i.e. changes in yourself that you hadn't known before, Allah says:

“Those who follow the Messenger, the Prophet who can neither read nor write(Muhammad) whom they find written with them in the Taurat(Torah) and the Injeel(Gospel)—he commands them for Al-Ma'ruf (i.e. Islamic Monotheism and all that Islam has ordained); and forbids them form Al-Munkar(i.e. disbelief, polytheism of all kinds, and all that Islam has forbidden); he allows them as lawful At-Tayyibat(i.e. all good and lawful as regards things, deeds, beliefs, persons, foods) and prohibits them as unlawful Al-Khaba'ith (i.e. all evil and unlawful as regards things, deeds, beliefs, persons, foods), he releases them from their heavy burdens (of Allah's Covenant with children of Israel) and from the fetters (bindings) that were upon them. So those who believe in him(Muhammad), honour him, help him, and follow the light(the Qur'an) which has been sent down with him, it is they who will be successful.”

(Al-A'raf-157)

What is needed is true faith not superficial one:

 Human’s inner self is all about desires before he/she gets to know Allah and be pleased by His Prophet’s company.
 His insistence on fulfilling desires will be perished away, and the restraining lust will go away as well the minute he/she repent to Allah the Al-Mighty and get to know him, and when you do so, the urging desire for smoking (for example) will disappear.
 Same with everything else that you once found it very difficult to quit will become easy for you to let go of it such like lowering your gaze or being angry. But to be able to abandon such acts easily you have to hold on to a true faith not superficial one, so when you truly lower your gaze, earn your money lawfully, be kind to your parents, perform prayers and remember Allah, then you will have a fundamental alteration in your manners, and that exactly the meaning of the following Ayah:

“He releases them from their heavy burdens (of Allah's Covenant with children of Israel) and from the fetters (bindings) that were upon them. So those who believe in him(Muhammad[p.b.u.h]), honour him, help him, and follow the light(the Qur'an) which has been sent down with him, it is they who will be successful.”

(Al-A'raf-157)

 The truthful is he who knows this meaning, you feel as if a burden like a mountain has been removed off your shoulders.
 The believer should be witty, he passes all his worries to Allah the Great and Almighty, He (the Prophet PBUH) said:

“Whoever makes all the concerns as one concern (pleasing Allah), Allah will take care of all his concerns”

Prophibitions are more serious than orders:

 Listen to this story, a Bedouin came to the Prophet (PBUH) asking for his need. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) gave him something. Bedouin was not content, and moreover he used harsh and inappropriate language against Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The companions became very angry, and were ready to hurt him. But Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) prevented them from haste.

 Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) took the Bedouin to his home, and gave him some more. The Bedouin saw that the residence of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) wasn't like those of the heads of governments, and there is no luxury in his home.

 The Bedouin became content with the share, and thanked Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). At this time, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) asked him: "You said a harsh word yesterday, which caused anger in my companions. I fear that they will hurt you. Would you be willing to show your appreciation in front of them, so that their anger be resolved, and they don't hurt you?" The Bedouin said: "Sure."

 The next day, the Bedouin came to the Masjid. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) addressed his companions: "This man says, he is content with his share, is it true?" The Bedouin said: "That is true." Then he repeated the appreciation that he had shared with Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the companions smiled., the story ended here, the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) addressed the group to teach them:

"The parable of me and these types of individuals is like that of the man whose camel was running away from him. With the [thought] they could help the owner, people were running after the camel. The camel was frightened and ran faster. The owner called on the people, please leave my camel alone, I know better how to calm it. When the people stopped chasing the camel, the owner followed it calmly, with a fistful of grass. Then without the need for running, yelling, he showed the grass to it, (the prophet continued) and if I left you to your anger, you would have been killed that Bedouin and will enter hellfire because of this act."

 Hence, this is the way that the Prophet PBUH used to follow in dealing with his enemies, as easiness was a character of His.

Abu Huraira narrated that the Prophet (PBUH) said: "Do not ask me so long as I do not impose anything upon you, because those who were before you were destroyed on account of their frequent questioning and their disagreement with their Prophets. So when I order you to do something, do it as far as you can; and when I forbid you from doing anything, eschew it”

(Al-Bukhari)

 Because the are bans more serious than the orders, Allah says:

“And We have indeed made the Qur'an easy to understand and remember; then is there any one who will remember(or receive admonition)?”

(Al-Qamar-17)

 And He also said:

“Allah burdens not a person beyond his scope. He gets reward for that (good) which he has earned, and he is punished for that (evil) which has earned.”

(Al-Baqarah-286)

 And He said:

”And has not laid upon you in religion any hardship: it is the religion of your father Ibrahim(Abraham) (Islamic Monotheism). It is He (Allah) Who has named you Muslims both before and in this (the Qur'an), that the Messenger(Muhammad[p.b.u.h]) may be a witness over you and you be witnesses over mankind!”

(Al-Haj-78)

The following Ayah is the centre of Islamic law:

 At-Tayammum (to use clean sand or dirt as a substitute for ablution) was legislated instead of the ablution, in the case of the water absence, and the Prophet performed At-Tayammum once by wiping the hands to the elbows, and once with the hands only, and it is allowable to pray seated and recumbent and by gesture also, is there any easiness more than this?!
 The important thing is you should not leave performing prayers, and in the travel, the shortening in the prayer (Kaser and Jame’e) was legislated, and there is another shortening because of fear, the Kibla (Qibla=the direction towards which Muslims turn when they pray) of the frightened person is the direction of his security or safe, the traveler's Qibla is the direction of his animal that he rides (or car direction nowadays), the sick woman does not pray, the traveler and the ill person do not fast.
 The pilgrimage is for he who can afford the expenses, and Az-zakat (the obligatory alms giving) can be given in cash or other forms.
 Scholars said: if a man got married to a young woman, he can pray at home for the first week after marriage if he feared to leave her alone in the house.
 The divorce is a sort of facilitation, if the marital life becomes unbearable, and Al-Khul' ( the conditional divorce) in cases of hatefulness from the wife’s side.
 Hence, if we track down the matters of the Shari'a (Islamic Law) we will find that all of them are centered on His Saying:

”We shall make easy for you(O Muhammad) the easy way.”

(Al-A'la-8)

 Next meeting we will begin with His Saying:

“Therefore remind (men) in case the reminder profits(them). The reminder will be received by him who fears (Allah), But it will be avoided by the wretched, Who will enter the great Fire. There he will neither die(to be in rest) nor live.”

(Al-A'la,9-13)

 

Praise be to Allah, the Lord of Creations