A Moment of Thought

As Muslims we should consider the extent to which we actually follow the Holy Qur'aan in which we profess to have such faith, and how much concern and regard we sincerely have for its commandments. Could it be that on the Day of Judgement, as according to the following verses of the Holy Qur'aan, our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says to Allah (regarding us):

O Lord' My Ummah forsook this Qur'aan.... (25:30)

We believe in Allah and it is our belief that on the Day of Judgement, we will all have to face Him and to be held accountable for our each and every action. How then do we expect to meet Him? Will He not say to us:I revealed to you clearly all the etiquettes of living your lives and made clear the differences between Halaal and Haraam. How closely then did you follow My commands? How much did your character, thoughts, and actions reflect the fear of accountability before Me?
On the Day of Judgement we will face our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as well. With the sun unbearably close over us, it will be a day of unimaginable difficulty, torment and unendurable thirst. He will lead us all to the well of Kawthar to drink. But have we ever thought of how we shall face him? We, who have spent our whole lives ignoring his teachings and never taking any steps to implement them in our lives; how can we honestly expect him to quench our thirst with his own blessed hands. How can we expect that he will intervene on our behalf when we will meet him bent under the burden of our sins? Have we followed his teachings in our lifestyle, our appearance, our manner of dressing, or in anything else in our lives?
The Commandments Of Hijaab