Our belief in Allah's help seems to have stopped us from doing our utmost effort and may be one of the reasons in not having high achievers among Muslims in almost all fields of life since long.
Why believe in a God? It is an old question, has been debated for thousands of years with no particularly satisfactory answers. However it does bug me.
My question is that in philosophy there is a doctrine "pragmatism" which define that "truth that we know today might be changed tomorrow as future is clearly uncertain. We try to discover things in every branch of knowledge just to solve the problems of today but we can be wrong in future". As we know that this is the principle on science, philosophy and in fact all knowledge is based. Now we come to Islam.…
I believe in God, al-hamdulillah. I believe that He is one and our creator and supreme of all. After truly believing this, can we think or research about following:
How do I become closer to Allah? What is the nicest deed in the eyes of Allah? How do I show my love to Allah? What does Allah want us to do? What I mean to ask is; what is our true calling as per Allah? It is said we should always thank Allah, can you tell me how? Thank you for answering my queries.
Why believe in a God? It is an old question and has been debated for thousands of years with no particularly satisfactory answers. However it does bug me. Please let me know your arguments.
Why does evil strike good people on a continuous basis? Is being dumb that big a fault? Why doesn't God intervene and help out people who He made dumb? It does not seem fair to me. Why does God allow an unfair world? I understand that this is a test in this world but how long a test should be? I've seen someone suffer all her life and I see no way in the future…
My friend is a Hindu believer but he says that God is not capable of being worshiped because He do does not look after the poor. All the sufferings in the world are because of God. Why does He not care about the world?