It is chiefly used as an expression of admiration or glorifying Allah for anything with which one is pleased. Run-on sentence): "Mashallah/By the grace of allah". There is nothing in the Sunnah to indicate that it is mustahabb for the Muslim, if he burps, to praise Allah or ask His forgiveness or remember Him with any dhikr. Gratitude is the foundation of a life of contentment and happiness. Praise ALLAH TA'ALA in return. Islam... messages of Peace, Love and Unity. we use these two godly words( so obviously come from arabic) in our daily conversations. Even if we spend all day, every day in praise and gratitude, it would still not be enough. Saying Alhamdulillah when someone sneezes: Abu Salih reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “When one of you sneezes, he should say, ‘Praise be to Allah.’ When he says, ‘Praise be to Allah, ‘ his brother or companion should say to … 63 talking about this. Praise be to Allah. what days of the week you are a muslim and what days of the week you are a kafir, just so we would know “Say ‘mashallah’” is a request, or more of a command, that my family gave me habitually when I first moved back from the US. mashallah----you just say when you see something nice because of hasad. also, the usage of these two words are as same as how arabic people use in their sentences. All About Islam :) We Love Islam. Say Alhamdulillah for it is an excellent expression of sincerest praise to the Almighty. edit: nooooooo. Masha'Allah means "whatever Allah wills". alhamdulillah----you are a muslim, you should thank god much. Alhamdulillah means simply "praise be to Allah". "Ma Sha Allah" (Arabic: مَا شَاءَ ٱللَّٰهُ ‎, Mā Shāʾ -Allāh u), also spelt 'Ma Sha Allah, is an Arabic phrase that means "what God has willed" and is used to express appreciation, joy, praise, or thankfulness for an event or person that was just mentioned. And Mashallah means "By the grace of allah" So If you hear a 5 year old hafiz say the entire quran in a song like voice, with Perfect Tajwid You would say (oops! its good to say it much, and you say it not to do hasad @Superman. For example, if someone said to you, “you've got a nice house, Masha ALLAH!” You should respond by saying “Alhamdulillah! It is also usable in conditional sense, meaning "whatever Allah wills, will be realized." Firstly: Burping refers to the emission of air from the stomach with a sound via the mouth when one is full. Alhamdulillah teaches a believer to be grateful in all turns and phases of life, be it good or bad. I am pretty sure that Inshallah means "By the Will of Allah" or "If Allah Wills", I am sure. A prolonged absence from the Emirates had denied me the opportunity to see the newest members of my family until my return, when I got to meet the babies for the first time.