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Deeds, death and destination

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Deeds, death and destination. It's universally acknowledged that all beings eventually die, or as some may prefer to say, leave this materialistic world for a spiritual one (Heaven/Jannat). In today's contemporary society, religion plays a minor part and some may even utter that it is the principal cause for the majority of conflicts. The human mind is an abstract object to define; people approach situations in very diverse ways. But many scholars on the issue of religion are prone to a single conclusion; that the human mind and consciousness can be parted into 3 main ideologies. The first one seeks a destination or more commonly known as the goal in life. ...read more.

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If this answer is not satisfactory, then ask yourself; if we were to say hypothetically that the world beyond this one contacted you and told you the facts straightforward and you were to believe them. Would that be a sign of faith or just reconfirmation of fact? The purpose of religion is to bare faith in it, and without that elementary factor religion would play no significant part in people's lives. Everybody can recognize the path and the destination by the holy Koran. It's yet only the true believers who have faith and practice that differentiate themselves amongst the ones who bare the title of a Muslim but yet do not practice the religion at all. ...read more.

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That is only achievable by the all knowing allah - subhan atallah. Upon the judgment day; "Every man's actions have we hung around his neck, and on the last day shall be laid before him a wide-open book" (17.13). Live your life in accordance to the holy Koran, commit deeds which are positive, keep faith in the life after death, and fight your personal jihad for a destination and place in Jannat. I have presented to you my views on religion, practice and death. I wrote this article just to make you perhaps question the purpose of religion and perhaps gain understanding for the importance of the fundamentality of it to bring out faith; all I wish to you is to... ...be informed. Peace! Ali Chaudry ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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