Lessons From The Quran
April 25, 2017
There are no discrepancies in the Qur’ān.
Make a point of saying In-shā’Allāh when speaking of doing something in the future.
Don’t let the wealth and blessings given to you by Allāh lead you to neglecting Him.
Allāh is oft forgiving and the possessor of mercy.
When planning on travelling with people, let them know of the nature of the journey so they can be well prepared.
If you realise you will not get on with a person due to differences in personality/nature, it is best to keep your distance.
If you have to do something in the presence of others who may not understand your actions, explain your reasons to them.
The worst losers are those who think they are doing good in the world, whereas in reality they aren’t.
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