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14 January 2017 No Comment

ImamDr. Zijad Delic

The Concept of Taqwa is an important way in the Muslim tradition to help the faithful in refraining from sin such as abuse and violence. It should filter through our thoughts, feelings, behaviors and actions.
The term Taqwa means to be conscious, aware, and mindful of the One who created us and gave us so many blessings. The more we are aware of Him and conscious of Him the less we will become engaged in the activities with which he would not be pleased.
The Prophet Muhammad said: A strong person is not the one who is a good at wrestling, but the strong person is one who controls himself/herself in a fit of rage.
The person who restrains his/her anger has fulfilled one of the characteristics of a person who is conscious of God, a person doing good, and a devoted servant of God. God says in the Qur’an: “And be quick in the race for forgiveness from your Lord, and for the Paradise as wide as the heavens and the earth, prepared for the pious – those who spend (for the sake of Allah) in prosperity and adversity, who repress anger, and who pardon people. Verily, God loves those who do good.” {Ali ‘Imran 133, 134}
A “devoted Muslim” is one who patiently and lovingly helps his or her family to journey safely through times of crisis. It is easy to lead when things go well but real challenge start when things are out of our hands. A devoted Muslim does not arbitrarily take the law into his or her own hands and does not become angry and deliberately defy the laws of God and country.
Devotion in Islam is not judged on the basis of appearance; rather, it is revealed in actions – righteous deeds – that spring from the depths of our faith. Devotion in Islam does not condone anger and harm; rather, it is reflected in a gentle touch, a loving smile, sincere counsel, trustworthy guidance, and unconditional mercy, forgiveness, love, justice … It is all about selflessness and charity in our relationships with other people. It starts with family members and, for fathers in particular, with this special message from the Prophet Muhammad whose advice is: “One who brings up three daughters well and treats them well, they will be his/her door to Paradise (Jannah).” Righteous deeds are the judge of our faith.


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