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Allah is the One Who puts make up on women, Allah is the One Who creates make up. Allah is the One Who puts kohl on their eyes. Consequently ladies should be beautiful. Then they would feel a greater confidence and happiness. They present a greater beauty to their surroundings. They would serve in the Path of Allah even better. Their power of compiling would be much better. Otherwise they would be disheartened.
Our brothers should wake up happily for their prayers. How nice it is that when we wake up we see a bright and clear world. One might wake up paralyzed in the morning. One might wake up and see that he is physically disabled with his face disfigured. Or he might wake up and see that he is in Hell. How nice it is that Allah wakes us up nicely, feeling delighted.
The minds of unhappy people become damaged. Faithlessness leads to unhappiness, unhappiness leads to faithlessness. This is an interlocked system. Unhappiness attracts faithlessness. Actually Allah wants Muslims to be happy. Allah approves happiness. Bigots on the other hand constantly encourage crying
People with almond shaped moustaches who do not understand anything from art or aesthetics, people who wouldn’t say boo to a goose, people with glassy eyes… such a youth is not acceptable. Youth should be alive and well, they should bring joy to everywhere. With their laughter, with their smiles, with their talks, with their joy; there should be harmony in their eyes, they should present such a wealth and beauty of soul.
Religion is a system that gathers all the beauties of the world inside. There is joy in religion, there is merriness, there is fun, there is music in religion. Ladies can wander around comfortably, they can wear revealing clothes if they like and cover their heads if they like; no one interferes them. They can laugh as they like, they can have tattoos if they like. Religion would not interfere with such things. Religion commands us to have a good conscience and be conscientious, to be honest, to be reasonable, to be meticulous about what is lawful and what is not. Religion is the other name of joy.
It is alright to listen to music, it is alright to have fun and to laugh. Anything to the contrary would disrupt human nature; it would destabilize one's balance. May God forbid, you would make yourself fall ill if you disrupt your nature. Be joyous, be happy, have fun, laugh and be playful. That is how God created you. Otherwise, you turn in on yourself, you become ill, your health would then be disrupted, you would then lose your strength to think. It also makes it impossible for you to live by Islam.
A believer should always be in good spirits, full of life. If they feel down, sad or distressed about something, or they're bothered by something, the body will want to sleep to get rid of that feeling. But if one is happy, the body wouldn't want sleep, it would want to get up and live life instead.
On account of their trust in God, Muslims are joyful in their lives. They are joyous when they are struggling for the sake of God or when they are martyred. They never lose their inner sense of happiness, joyfulness. However, those who are faint of faith becomes paralyzed; they feel at a loss, they panic, they cry and lead their lives in a state of unhappiness and fear.
Muslims are in such a deadlock that their minds are frozen by rules non-existing in religion, i.e., music, arts, being joyful. Since being exuberant is shown as a potential sin and they regard themselves as guilty, they have a defeated character. Muslims who abide by the Qu'ran are enlightened, high-quality, self-assured and wise. No Muslims should agree to having a defeated style.
Some circles mispresented Islam as a system that turns life into a hell on earth for women while displaying it as comfortable for men. We have proven with the verses of the Qur’an that there is high-quality, art, beauty and joy in Islam and thus fundamentally brought down the system that the British Deep State created to oppress Muslims.
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