I thought that a break from all these educational posting would be a great change for both me and the readers.
Then I realised, that I life of a believer is always about learning, about worshiping and reaping the rewards that Allah Ta’ala has placed upon this earth for us.
Islam is not like any other religion, it may be classed as a religion, but no doubt it is far more than that. It is a complete way of life. Every action of a believer can be a form of worship, a method of reaping rewards.
Let each and every one of us look into our own lifestyles, let us ponder over every act we do. Can we not honestly make each act a part of our religion, can we not reap rewards from every act that we do which is not against the Shari’ah.
Our daily chores are the things Islam has taken the most consideration of. Throughout the year, in eleven months we continue our normal lifestyles whilst only performing one form of direct-worship to Allah Ta’ala, that worship being Salaah. It is only for this reason that Allah Ta’ala has gave us the month of Ramadhan, so that we may concentrate on direct-worship in this month as opposed to indirect-worship which we do day after day.
From the time we wake up to the time we sleep, there is no action in our lives that cannot be a part of our religion; so much so that even our sleep can be regarded as worship.
This is one of many reasons why people turn to Islam, for there is no problem for which Islam has no solution.
May Allah Ta’ala give us the inclination to make our lives in accordance to the Shari’ah so that we may reap rewards from the chores that we do day after day.