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Islamic Lifestyle- by Sana Gul

And my Rabb said to me, “And I did not create the Jinn and mankind except to worship Me.(51:56-58)”

My journey towards my Rabb has been slow but steady Alhamdulillah.

I stumbled upon this path as I was walking confused , ooking for a way out of a situation that I didn’t know how I got stuck into. I knew that Allah will take me out of it, for He is the one who has put me in this position in the first place, and nothing that He does is without a purpose. Though I had set out in the search of a single gem, I found the immense treasure of Deen, Alhamdulillah!

During my journey I discovered something. And I understood it so well that for me, it is clearer than a crystal can ever be.

Like every Muslim, I also wanted to be “a good muslim”. Initially when I used to see a person praying five times a day or a sister doing proper niqab, I’d take them as good muslims.

And then my Rabb taught me that Worship is not ‘just’ the most apparent actions but also it includes every thought I think and every action that I do.Hence I set out on a journey called “ Islamic Lifestyle.” It was indeed a discovery for me. A born muslim, but I did not know that worship and daily life could be collaborated as one!

I learnt that I had to live the “lifestyle of a muslim” and not just wear the ‘Islamic Outfit’ when I had to pray or read the Quran, as that is simply one part of the whole picture.

Islamic Lifestyle is the Lifestyle of a person, (or on a larger scale, of communities) which is aligned with the teachings of Quran and Sunnah. Any matter be it big or small when is dealt in this manner becomes an Ibadah and brings in ajar and blessings for the person.

It took me quite some time to  learn and unlearn things; break old habits and make new ones, and most of all struggle with my nafs (inner self). And trust me, it aint easy at all! I am struggling everyday with the hope that the more sincere my effort and intention, the better will be the chances of acceptance of my hard work and of Allah’s help.

For the people good at mathematics (unlike me), it’s the case of directly proportional. As sincerity and effort increases, so does Allah (swt)’s love and help! My level is elementary, but the points that are learnt are basic and fundamental.

May Allah (swt) accept this from us and make easy for us the path to His pleasure. Ameen.

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