I learned not to envy people because when you envy somebody you're the one who becomes miserable always trying to be better than that person.
Yeah,i agree envy is a bad thing.One should strive not to go near envy.I mean after all envy is a diseases of the heart.When you are envy to a person it is not there fault.It is yours you should feel the guilt.Also that Allah will cover your faults the first time that it is done.The second time Allah may or may not cover your faults.It is different for every person.Some people will be revealed the 3rd time they made a mistake some may not.That is what i have learned from the story we have listened to.
what i learned in islamics is that when you keep a secrets from your parents or anyone else for a number of times, Allah will conceal until you kept doing it and thought Allah will keep your secret but he will reveal it.
I learned that envy is a disease to the heart. The more envy we have the more hatred is in our heart and we start to build grudges. Also Allah (SWT) will conceal your lie from the first time but the more we lie we will soon be revealed.The more you lie it becomes a habit.
To add on to what Hanaan has said, Not only does lying become a habit, but it also becomes a trait. We all know that we are not perfect and that we all lie at one point in our life. If you lie once, Allah may conceal it the first time, but if you take advantage of that then there is a problem.
DON'T LET LYING BECOME ONE OF YOUR TRAITS!!!
A lesson I learned from this story is that just because you have don't have a heart disease doesn't mean your perfect. If so, then you're soon going to be arrogant. Later on you'll have all the diseases.
One thing I learned through the story of Qabeel and Habeel is that the diseases envy and ignorance can make you do bad things. The way Qabeel envied his brother taught me to never envy anyone because it can do you harm for your fitrah. His ignorance and envy caused him to kill his brother, so he gad just commited the first murder in history, just to mary a girl. Inshallah I will try to never have envy and ignorance, so the sin that Qabeel did will never happen to me, and that I will never think of doing something as horrible as the sin. We should think of this as a lesson to all mankind, especially us muslims.
Some lessons I have learned from the story of Habeel and Qabeel is that jealousy or envy can lead you to doing very harmful actions, like killing your own brother. Qabeel had envy of Habeel, and told him that he was going to kill him. Whenever we feel envious of someone, we should always remember this story of what Qabeel's jealousy led to, and also feel happy for what that person has, instead of wanting to kill them. Another lesson I learned from this is that we should never be miserly in anything. Habeel, when sacrificing for Allah, chose the best, and biggest sheep from his flock, while Qabeel on the other hand, chose to sacrifice the worst wheat he had, and to save the best for himself. In the end, Allah (SWT) chose to accept Habeel's sacrifice, which was the best sheep Habeel had.
I learned a lot from the story of Habeel and Qabeel and one lesson that stood out to me was when the shaytan swore on Allah's name that the tree was actually good. The lesson was that always trust your heart and fitrah because Allah will always guide you. Allah loves you and so if he forbids something nothing should be able to change your mind. InshAllah we all reach this state of Ihaan and Iman
I agree with you about how nothing should change your mind after Allah already told you what to do
The lesson I learned from the story of Qabeel and Habeel is to always give the best to Allah (SWT). I have learned this lesson because when Allah made the competition Habeel got his best animal and Qabeel got his worst crop, in the end Allah accepted the best which was from Habeel. I have also learned to control my anger. I have always been taught this lesson, but the story of Qabeel and Habeel mademe think out about on a much, much deeper level then before. I learned this lesson because when Qabeel got angry guess where that got him. Yup mm hmm he ended up killing his own brother! these are the 2 lessons I got from the story of Qabeel and Habeel.
I agree with you. People these days have major anger issues, which causes them to commit suicide or murder many people who are close to them. Because of how angry Qabeel was with Habeel, he killed his own brother! I am not sure if anyone who is not mad would do this horrible thing. Also, as you said, we should give/sacrifice the best we have in order to please Allah. Unlike Habeel, Qabeel gave the worst of his crops for his own master! After that, HE KILLED HIS OWN BROTHER!!! He had many diseases of the heart, including envy and ignorance.
I learned that we all make mistakes and we should learn from them. But, we should not take those mistakes in and have revenge because your mistake will become even much of a bigger problem.That is how the diseases form in your heart.
I learned that being envious is bad because it can lead to bad things. for example in the story Qabeel is envious so he killed his brother. which is a major sin.
I learned that having even one of the deseis of the heart could croupt your heart. But not only can it croupt your heart it can lead to other deseis
if you are diseased you could spread it to others.
I learned from the story of Habeel and Qabeel that anger can lead you to doing deeds that you will regret later on, such as killing your own brother. This shows us that we have to think before we act. This also reminds of one of my teachers ( forgot whether it was Sr.Heba or Ms.Ahmed ) said that they never send an email if they are angry, they always save it as a draft. As Muslims, one of our goals should be that we control our anger.
I learned that you should not envy people it might sound like a small action but it can really effect you. It is so bad that you could go to hell fire. Now I realized how bad it is once I heard that story
Why is everyone posting about envy? What is this blog about? What is a blog? Just kidding. I learned a lesson about envy. I learned that envy can lead to horrible things such as killing. That is horrible! Can you even imagine killed your brother over something like marriage? I can't.
A lesson I learned from the story of Habeel and Qabeel is not to be stingy. Qabeel had given the worst of his crops, while Habeel had given his best sheep. Habeel gave his best and tried to fulfill Allah(swt) command. I learned that when you have to give up something for anything,(mostly Allah), you shouldn't be stingy and hold onto things. Instead share what you have, and have the intention for Allah(swt).
in Islamics i learned that whatever happens to somebody he/she should be patient in prayer and if their not patient they will feel that they are alone and none will help, but Allah is always with them.
I learned that envy can lead to many bad things or major sins just like how qabil was envious of habeel because he liked the girl habeel was going to marry. Therefore, envy lead qabil to killing his own brother.
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