Sabr Doesn’t Mean To Be A Patient Victim Or A Passive Victim | Shaykh Shahnewaz

the topic of sabr which the well-known thing but I think there are sometimes there are some misunderstandings in our community about the concept, the nature of sabr what it actually means and what it doesn’t mean as well.

What constitutes bear righteousness that the patience, those who are patient in Misfortune and hardship and a times of peril or danger.

To stay away from things which are prohibited, forbidden and to avoid temptations that also requires sabr. So much more widespread meaning also one thing sabr isn’t but in English the word patience implies it is the sort of passive acceptance. That’s not sabr, not passively accepting something.

We can’t use sabr as an excuse for bad behavior. It’s not a virtue to be a patient victim or a passive victim.

In Islam, We don’t have a victim mentality. We’re not victims, whatever the situation is…

We should be people who actually speak out … against oppression or Injustice or wrongdoing. It’s not a virtue to be patient about it in a passively accepting way.

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