God forbid somebody going through that doesn’t mean God doesn’t exist. Doesn’t mean that the Quran is somehow false.
It just means that the mechanics of how everything works, we don’t understand.
Allah says, on the Day of Judgment, We will bring the person who has suffered the most in this world. In other words, throughout all of human history, this individual suffered more than anyone else, And We shall dip him for but a split second in paradise and question him did you suffer anything in this world?
And he will answer, I swear by you, my Lord, I have seen no suffering.
So Allah says that on that day, this world and what happened in this world will become inconsequential. It will not matter.
Try to learn about Islam. Understand Islam. Make yourself better, representative of Islam. Practice Islam so that the people by through your actions and your etiquettes and your attitudes and your manners and your behaviors, they will be more interested in Islam.
Our lives may be limited. Do we know when you’re going to die? We don’t.
But we want to continue the legacy through you, In sha Allah, continue and help the people who haven’t seen the light.
Try your best to learn and to impart this knowledge to people so people can at least accept Islam and not go into hellfire.
It is possible that a person can go to paradise because of a sin and go to the hellfire because of good deeds.
It is possible that a person, he commits a sin and he feels so bad about he feels so guilty about it that he decides to take a U turn in his life.
He repents to Allah and makes a solid determination to change his lifestyle such that he starts to do good deeds. And he continues that pursuit until he breathed his last breath and entered paradise.
And it’s also true that person that the good deeds ends up in hellfire because when they do great deeds, they start to think highly of the souls. Because when they do great deeds, they start to think highly of the souls. They become conceited. And then that leads to pride in the heart. And Allah does not like pride.
And eventually they start to turn away from Allah, both inwardly and outwardly, until they breathe their last breath and let end up in Jahannam.
Never let your happiness disconnect you from Allah. And never let your sadness disconnect you from Allah.
Whenever you’re happy, thank Allah; Two units of prayer.
Whenever you’re sad, praise Allah; Two units of prayer. Seek help from Him.
I promise, if anything has ever brought you close to your Maker, even by a millimeter, it was a blessing from Allah, not a punishment. A punishment is when you’re driven so far away from Allah that you’ve just forgotten it.
So sometimes when you’re getting a lot of things, it could be something negative. When if you’ve been driven away from Allah by what you received.
Allah said, Allah instructs you that you are to return the trust to the rightful owners of those trusts. And that when you judge between people, you judge with justice, how excellent is that which Allah instructs you to do. Allah Almighty is ever hearing and ever seeing.
Our Prophet’s (pbuh) life was defined by the upholding of Amana, the restoring of trust to their owners. And they knew him as “Al-Amin”, a trustworthy individual. He advocated it, he called towards it, applied it.
And he told us that towards the end of time, one of the signs of the Day of Judgment will be people will lose trust.
Alrazi, he said, in his tafseer, when you interact, he says, you are dealing with one of three categories; either you are dealing with your Lord, or either you are dealing with people, or either you are dealing with yourself.
He said, and a Muslim has to uphold the trust in every one of those three categories.
It affects us every second of our life. And there will be heavy questions to expect on the Day of Judgment.
If I tell you why something exists rather than nothing is something that we can understand by looking at what something is. Because if something exists now, if something exists today, there cannot be a time in the distant past where there was absolute nothingness.