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    Happy Ramadan,

    I heard that there will be people who will go to Paradise without Reckoning nor Punishment and these people have perfect tawheed and complete trust in Allah.

    Can someone please tell me in what ways I can perfect my tawheed and how can I show that I do have complete trust in Allah? I want to get to be in that group.

    Are there signs to know if I'm included in that group? If yes, what are they? Is there anything I should recite in order to perfect my tawheed and show complete trust in Allah?
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    Re: I need some help

    Consider two brothers.
    One always worries about how his father would react on his deeds. He avoids bad deeds because afraid to be punished and do good deeds in anticipation of rewards from the father.
    Another don't think like that. He just want to make his father happy and always trying to help.
    When father don't see, first brother may change his behaviour and play silly games. As father is only a human, he may favor the first one.
    But Allah is all knowing and sincerity is always better. There is no way to show that you have complete trust in Allah, you either have it or not. Just be a good servant of Allah.
    It doesn't mean selfishness of course, because Allah created you for some reason and you shouldn't waste resources you was entrusted with. So, you should take care of yourself for the sake of Allah too.
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    Re: I need some help

    The best way of attaining tawakkul is by living, studying, giving, withholding, staying calm, and getting angry - all genuinely for the goodwill of Allah , there comes a stage in certain deeds where they become natural and you don't have to check intentions too deeply because you know they're ok anyway.

    Sacrificing what is (lawful to sacrifice obviously and) beloved to you is also an easy way to gain such trust.
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    Re: I need some help

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    Happy Ramadan,

    I heard that there will be people who will go to Paradise without Reckoning nor Punishment and these people have perfect tawheed and complete trust in Allah.

    Can someone please tell me in what ways I can perfect my tawheed and how can I show that I do have complete trust in Allah? I want to get to be in that group.

    Are there signs to know if I'm included in that group? If yes, what are they? Is there anything I should recite in order to perfect my tawheed and show complete trust in Allah?
    Your general actions and reactions to certain life stimuli are a reflection of the level of trust you have in Allah. For example, let's say person A and person B get laid off. Person A has a high level of trust in Allah, and seems almost unperturbed by the situation. He is calm and is as confident as ever.

    Person B's level of trust is low. He is constantly worried, anxious about his provision. The level of trust you have in Allah will determine how you will percieve a particular life situation, and accordingly how you respond to it.

    If your trust is completely in Allah, then Allah becomes the only Reality, the only Source, and the only Light. How you perceive and respond to the dunya within this context of Truth determines your level of trust in Allah. The higher your tawwaqul, the more the dunya will attempt beguile you with false light, and the more the devil will attempt to cause you anxiety over false fear. But fear only Allah, as He is the only Reality.
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