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You are on the right path if you are not a stranger to yourself

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You are on the right path if you are not a stranger to yourself

2020. április 02. - 18:28


I do not post my articles for requesting anyone to follow me. I don’t consider my way as the only way. Nor do I preach about Islamic supremacy! Moreover, please do not follow me or listen to me! Because my way is mine and it doesn’t belong to anyone else! My cloth fits only for me.

I'm just sharing with you the method so you can find your own clothes too. If you want good cloths what fits you please tailor it for yourself. It is the best if you do not listen to anyone else except what your soul suggests.

The key phrase is this: you are on the right path if you are not a stranger to yourself! Because most of the worldly temptations try to alienate you from yourself in order to go astray to a path where you are vulnerable. Then you become an object, a tool that others can use. Well, don't be that.

I'm just giving you a recipe on how Islam gave me senses what makes me feel to be at home. This is something that concerns me exclusively. May be something else will lead you to the same result. After comprehending Islam some senses have opened what make me see the world differently than I did before Islam. In fact, there are other senses as well, what make me perceive different issues than other Muslims do. I share these perceptions with my readers. But I’d never say that I am on the path of perfection what is good for everybody. No! This path is perfect only for me. You have to find your path as well.  
I publish those answers what Islam has given to my questions about life what was previously covered by obscurity. Don’t you like these answers? Or do you have better answers? If yes, then that's your way and choose it! But whatever way we go, any answer we give to ourselves, harmony is the point in ourselves where we have to reach. Don't be a sheep in a herd that is being shepherded, but be you the one who is shepherding yourself. But if you need a shepherd it is your right to choose one. Just don't be shepherded to the way where you must go against yourself.

There is an important issue: if you’ve found your harmony, do not let any earthly man investigate it. The era of the Inquisitions is over. Your innermost private matter belongs only to you. Even you don't ask your closest friend about his wedding night.

If there is harmony within you and it fits with the outside world where you live in, I welcome you on board.

Once upon a time there was a town called Yathrib what was called later Medina, where the harmony between people of different perceptions and ethnicities was created by Islam. It was a long time ago, but it worked then. Deeply inside me it still works:

And hold fast, all together, by the rope which Allah (stretches out for you), and be not divided among yourselves; and remember with gratitude Allah's favour on you; for ye were enemies and He joined your hearts in love, so that by His Grace, ye became brethren; and ye were on the brink of the pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus doth Allah make His Signs clear to you: That ye may be guided. (Quran 3:103)

Yathrib was torn with civil war and tribal feuds and dissensions before Prophet set his sacred feet on its soil. After that, it became the City of the Prophet, Medina and unmatched Brotherhood and pivot of Islam. This poor quarrelsome world is a larger Yathrib. Can we establish the sacred feet on its soil and make it a new and larger Medina? This aya calls for Unity of Muslims and calls for Brotherhood of all who make good deeds, want peace and prosperity.

And (moreover) He hath put affection between their hearts: not if thou hadst spent all that is in the earth, couldst thou have produced that affection, but Allah hath done it: for He is Exalted in might, Wise. (Quran 8:63)

At all times we must pray to Allah for this gift above all, -union, understanding, and pure and sincere affection among those who take Allah's name. With it there is strength and success. Without it there is humiliation, slavery, and moral degradation.



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