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Matric English Essay A True Muslim

Matric English Essay A True Muslim

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Matric English Essay A True Muslim

“A true Muslim is one who does not defame or abuses others; but a truly righteous becomes a refuge for mankind, their lives and their properties”. Muhammad (P.B.U.H)

To be a good Muslim is indeed, a great blessing of Allah. The follower of Islam is called a Muslim. A true Muslim has a firm belief in Allah and His last Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). He believes that Allah is the light of heaven and earth. It is his faith that Allah is the Creator of everything in the universe and is the Lord of the Day of Judgment. He believes that Allah is aware of his doing and actions. He avoids evil actions because he knows that he will be held answerable for his deeds. He fears only from Allah and does not do anything wrong. It is his belief that Allah is Omnipresent and Omnipotent.

A true Muslim leads a simple and pure life. He earns his livelihood through honest means and is contented with it. He controls his desires. He does not beg for things. He does not bring down his self-respect. He spends his life according to the teachings of Islam.                     

“Do not show the face of Islam to others; instead show your face as the followers of true Islam representing character, knowledge, tolerance and piety”. (Syed Ahmad Khan)

 He always bows his head before Allah in all the matters of his life. He reads the Holy Quran and feels a great joy. He gives alms to the poor. He is good at heart, true to his word and Honest in the performance of his duties. He is not afraid of anything except Allah and does what is right. He offers prayers regularly, keeps fast, gives Zakat and performs Hajj. He believes in the Day of Judgment and the life hereafter.

A true Muslim has regard for his neighbor. He never does anything that goes against their interests. He respects their rights. He shares their joys and sorrows. He is interested in their welfare and happiness. He does his best to help them wherever he can. He is always prepared to sacrifice his own interests for the sake of his neighbor. He is well-behaved. He is graceful in everything that he does. He tries to be sweet to others. He is not selfish. As far as possible he helps his neighbor in the time of need. He is not petty-minded. If he does a good turn to one of his neighbor, he never shows it off. He never mentions it. He does his good turn and forgets it altogether.

“I lead no party; I follow no leader. I have given the best part of my life to careful study of Islam, its law and polity, its culture, its history and its literature”. (Muhammad Iqbal)

A true Muslim seeks knowledge and acts upon it. He leads a life of diligence, discipline and deep study. He educates his children well and develops them into good citizens. He tries to create a healthy atmosphere in his family. He is always respectful to the elder and kind to the younger. He solves his problems in a very intelligent manner. He tries his best to understand what is happening in the country. He is clean and pure in thought and deeds. There is no difference between his actions and preaching. He is fearless and courageous. He always speaks the truth. He does his duty honestly.

A true Muslim takes great care of the rights of his fellow beings. He does not deceive others. He always speaks gently and politely. He is sincere, true and kind at heart. He wins to the hearts of others by his good dealings. He always fulfills his promise. He is optimist by nature and never worries himself over trifles. He is a man of rare qualities of head and heart. He is a symbol of integrity and honesty. Even his worst enemies admit that he is not purchasable. He is reliable, lovable and sociable. He guides and directs his fellow beings to do the right. Consideration for others is the main aim of his life. In short, he proves himself to be what a true Muslim should be.

Written by:  Shahid Bashir  &  Shakel

Compiled by: Asad Hussain