Questions About Integrity
Posted 22 June 2012 - 04:49 PM
What does the word 'conformity' mean to most Muslims? Does the concept exist even, in the same way that it does in the west?
And how much should one allow one's upbringing to govern one's beliefs?
What 'seems' to feel right is very often what one considers to BE right - is that true? Is it right?
What happens to one's 'thinking mind' if one decides to surrender to the Koran? Would one need a clear concept of Allah in order to do so?
Is life simpler without questions?
Should Muslim children be taught about 'other belief systems'?
Posted 23 June 2012 - 05:34 PM
I will give yu an example, In India women wear the traditional dress called "Sahrii" and the way it is designed is, if a women wants she can expose her belly but to the standards of their society, that's being immodest.
But in the West there are ships where there are nude beaches, and nude cosines and wearing clothes there is immodest, the standards of the society is just made by men, without the light of any revelation, sometimes it is to fulfill their lust, we muslims have our own standard of societies and which have been given to us, neither they are too harsh, neither they are too soft, rather they take the medium path.