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    Hereafter : The Recompense Day

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    "Every soul will taste death, and you will only be given your [full] compensation on the Day of Resurrection. So he who is drawn away from the Fire and admitted to Paradise has attained [his desire]. And what is the life of this world except the enjoyment of delusion". (Qur'an 3 :185)

    The above verse is true reality about human life which says every soul will taste death no one is going to survive except given time to them when the time arrives, no soul is abundant. As far as Islamic doctrine is concerned, Islamic belief about the day of judgement is that every soul live once and will be answerable to their deeds and totally rejects all possibilities of reincarnation in any form. On the other hand atheistic view which totally denies the possibility of life after death.

    Life is a test which ends in death, but it does not mark the end of one’s existence. Once death arrives, the opportunity to do good ceases. It will be too late to repent and our fate will be determined solely by our beliefs and deeds that we do in our current life. Man's life is divided into two parts: a brief stay in this world, and an eternal life in the next. Any sane mind will conclude that eternal bliss is far more beneficial than short lived pleasures on Earth.

    Whoever considers the effects of his actions in this earthly life to be of crucial significance, and sees in them the criteria of right and wrong, the criteria of that which leads either to one's ultimate salvation or to one's doom, falls prey to a serious misconception. The fact that a person is outstandingly successful in life does not necessarily prove that he is either not prove that he has either strayed from the right way or is out of favour with God. The earthly results of a man's actions are often quite different from the ones he will see in the Next Life.

    What is of true importance is what will happen in that eternal life rather than in this transient one. We should not compare our worldly life with Hereafter. As Allah will be judge and he will judge with justice. The currency of the Hereafter are good deeds with pure intentions.

    Muslim truly believe that when soul is departed from the physical body, next life begin that start from the grave.

    The Prophet pbuh said: “Verily the grave is the first step in the stages of the Hereafter. If one finds salvation at this stage, the succeeding stages become easy for him. And if he does not find salvation at this stage, what follows this stage is very hard upon him. I have never seen a site more horrible than that of the grave.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

    We shape our heaven and hell with good or bad act. We should serious about Hereafter, time is running out. We are slowly getting closer to our death.

    A soul will [then] know what it has brought [with it]. (Qur'an 81:14)images%20-%202019-09-14T163955.320.jpeg
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    Re: Hereafter : The Recompense Day

    Great post. Unfortunately, we were not created to be perfect, but we are given the knowledge of what's right and wrong and it's up to us to take the opportunity to repent. Sometimes making the decision to stay away from the wrong can be tough. Even something as simple as having a good personality can be difficult sometimes. May Allah forgive us all for our short comings and to keep us from moving away from the path to Jannah.
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