“The day whereon neither wealth nor sons will avail, except him who brings to Allah (swt) a clean heart.” (Ash-Shuara 26:88-89)
Take a step toward change, and Allah (swt) will change your heart. This is the rule of reform. There is no hope if we don’t take our hearts seriously.
If we are already practicing Muslims, we must not disassociate with the believers who are struggling in the way of Deen. Peer support and companionship with the travellers on the road to purity heals the heart faster.
Do you possess Qalb-e-Saleem?
The litmus test to determine whether or not one has Qalb-e-Saleem is to observe one’s prayers performed alone. If we are able to perform Salah beautifully and consistently in solitude, we can say that we have a sound heart and a strong relationship with the Lord (swt). However, if our Salah in congregation differs from the one performed in solitude, we need to check ourselves.
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