Галагазета | ''I Am What I Am'' Really?
''I Am What I Am'' — Really?
Zisel`, 17 августа 2018 г., 10:40
In The Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful ''I am what I am'', ''Accept me the way I am'', ''No one can judge me'', etc. are some of the often heard claims (with a dash of arrogant stubbornness) that today's youngsters flaunt.

However, a smile escapes my lips whenever I observe people keeping such statements as status updates on facebook, Galaxy or Whatsapp. 

''Why?'' You might ask. ''What's your problem if people choose to assert their freedom of identity?'' True, there'd be nothing wrong in this if it were a matter of identity and not wrong attitude!

For example, you cannot abuse your parents, teachers or other people, or smoke, or get angry at silly things or when someone is just advising you, use bad, foul language and then expect people to ''accept'' you the way you are! No one likes to talk to or befriend an ill-mannered person. Nobody will accept your bad behavior. 

Why not? 
Because, if you have the right to assert your identity they too have every right to safeguard their dignity! 

And this right has been given to all by Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta'ala) Who Has Made it clear that forgiveness should be sought from the person who has been hurt, if you wish to gain His (Allah's) Forgiveness and Favor.

These 'bad' things may seem 'cool' or 'in style' to you now, i.e. in your youth, but trust me, if you continue with the same attitude, your 'cool bad manners' will be the very source of your inner and outer destruction for ''manners make a man''.

Yes, good manners make a good man and bad manners make a bad man. Islam being the perfect religion has laid great importance on manners.

Abu Darda reported that the Prophet (Peace Be Upon him) said, ''Nothing is weightier on the scale of deeds than one's good manners''. (Sahih Bukhari, Hadith No. 271)

The Prophet (Peace Be Upon him) said, ''The most beloved of Allah's servants to Allah are those with the best manners''. (Sahih Bukhari, Vol 8, Book 73, No:6)

And there are many more.
You might be thinking, ''We are young — there's a whole life in front of us to practice good manners'' or ''it's in youth that we enjoy, serious matters are meant for old age''.  But remember, ALLAH IS TESTING US ALWAYS!


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