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View Full Version : Is it sinful if i don't try my best?

05-06-2017, 04:28 PM
I could maybe become a doctor or something which requires tons of studying, but it is just so hard for me to focus, work hard, and just do it.....

Like, I just don't like studying school stuff and don't care to do it...

Would it be fine if maybe I didn't push myself as far as I can, but settled for something less, as long as it is enough to provide for my family?

Just to add to that too, I just want a simple life, not overexert myself, but stay focused on my deen, and have a job with which I can provide for myself and family what is required....
But then I have this thought in my head, that doing that would be wrong, because if I have financial difficulties in the future and cannot provide for my family, Allah will blame me because I didn't work harder to be able to make more.... the line of thinking seems ridiculous and I'm pretty sure it has nothing to do with Islam, but how do I get rid of that, like Islamically what evidence can get rid of that thought?

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