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Benefits of belief

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Non-Muslims ask:

What does man miss if he doesn't believe in God or worship Him?

If man doesn’t believe in God or seek His support, then only this life is his greatest hope and nothing beyond, so he only seeks his desires by all means. He gets happy if this life comes to him and he gets sad and sorry if he misses his desires or his hopes. If he wishes to get something and he misses it, he might get despaired or hopeless or get a shock or a crisis or get physical illness. If he hasn’t got the least amount of belief he might commit suicide or do anything of disbelief and ingratitude.

Then he misses satisfaction and gets away from contentment with God. He doesn't feel the taste of happiness because he thinks happiness is a means to get his desires in this life. As nothing in this life is permanent or perfect, so one day he will surely miss the feeling of being happy.

The biggest evil of a disbeliever is that he is selfish and egocentric; he cuts and breaks social relationships and ties of kinship with relatives and he lives alone. He only knows those who are useful to him or utilize him, as a result we see human principles melt and vanish like being dutiful, loyalty, magnanimity, and others.

The U.A.E Manaar Al-Islam magazine mentioned this strange story, during a celebration at the Islamic center in Paris, suddenly a French woman came in with her young son. She told them that she wanted her son to be a Muslim and asked them to teach him the orders of Islam. They asked her if she was a Muslim, she said: ”No.” They asked her why she wanted her son to be a Muslim; she told them that she wanted him to deal with her beneficently when she is old as the North African Muslims do to their parents not as the French do.

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