Some advice that Luqman gave his son was to not do shirkh an example of shirkh is you like a celebrity and all you talk about is them and if they do something weird then you do the same that is shirkh
Nice Comment Billy!!! I really like how you incorporated the celebrity part because right now this world is full of celebrities.
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A practical lesson I can learn from the notes is not to commit shirk. Luqmans father told him not to commit shirk and he was wise and he followed the advice.
Some advice that Luqman had given to his son was to be humble. You shouldn't walk around thinking of yourself better than others. Allah looks at us equal except for our Taqwa in Him. We shouldn't be arrogant and be humble. Be humble in the way we speak, dress, the way we look at people (disapprovingly), or even just the way we walk. We should be uplifting people, not making them feel terrible about themselves. This is something we should think of before acting.
Great comment Sanaa!!!! And I completely agree we should never think of others lower than us and we should never think of ourselves higher than others. Allah (SWT) says we are all equal and we should say the same thing.
I AGREE WITH YOU SANAA BECAUSE THE PROPHET SAW WAS ONE OF THE MOST HUMBLE AND MODEST PEOPLE, BUT HE IS STILL KNOWN TODAY, EVEN THOUGH HE DIDN'T ATTRACT ATTENTION TO HIMSELF.
I can take the advice luqman said to his son not to higher your voice. I yell sometimes at my brother so I should be nicer. The part of the ayah is "surely the worst of sounds is the sound of a donkey"
when he told his son to have patience. which is really good advice because patience is what helps lead you to Allah and to jannah. Also it tells people about you that your patient and that you waut even when you need it as fast as possible.
Adding on to Jena patients is such a beautiful aspect of a human because patients has a barrier to protect us patients helps you get what you want i want to share a story about patients i wanted to get good grades so every day i made dua to get good grades but after a few days i realized that have been waiting a long for this dua to be answered then i had figured out that we had our surathul kawthur test i quickly studied last minute and i think i got a good grade.
i agree with Jena that patience is something very important to add on to what she said ,advice told to luqman was that you need to be patient WHEN people mistake you wrong and that you need to be patient even when somethings may not go your way also that one should keep a reasonable voice level.Ones voice should not be to low or to high.For when your voice is loud it CAN harm others hearing which hearing is a gift from Allah. :)
One of the advises given to Luqman by his father is to not talk very loudly and stubbornly. I
really want to tell this to my brother because he always starts yelling at me and my mom for ridiculous matters, like when my mom asks him if he did something bad. I could also benefit from this, and so can everyone who has the gift of very loud voice.
One practical lesson that Luqman gave his son is if you see Calvin Johnson and you ware the same thing and you do the same thing that is shirkh.
Some advice that Luqman told his son was to always keep your voice low and not too loud, but it cannot be too quiet so people cant hear you either. If the prophet Muhammed told us not to raise our voice to our parents, then we shouldn't do it to others either. There is also a difference between raising your voice to others and projecting your voice and we shouldn't get them mixed up.
I agree Yasmeen. Allah (SWT) dislikes loud noises and that if we are loud or even yelling, Allah (SWT) says that we are like braying donkeys. We should try and aim to be soft-spoken but, be able to project.
A practical lesson I learned from this Surah is to make sure we don't look down on others. We should be humble and always make sure not to grab attention to our selves. To Allah we are all equal except in good deeds and taqwa. We should be humble in our everyday actions like when dressing, talking, walking etc. We should not talk loudly or laugh loudly since that brings attention to our selves and we don't want to be like that.
I agree with you Saarah, because in Islam, being humble is a very important characteristic for a Muslim to have. The Prophet (SAW) was even humble after the conquest of Makkah, when he was riding into the city. He did not show off or act like he was better than anyone else there. His head was so low that his beard was brushing the saddle of his horse. The Prophet (SAW) set us an example to follow of being humble, because as Saarah said, we are all equal in the eyes of Allah except in our deeds.
A practical lesson that I learned is that your tongue can be the BEST thing and can be the WORST thing. Learning that only good things should come out of your mouth can really help me and others.
One example that I learned from the advice of luqman that he gave to his son was that when luqman (al) told his son about the mustered seed that allah can bring it forth then we should be scared that even if we do a small sin because if allah can find a mustered seed then he can know every single detail we of our life that we do.
A lesson luqman taught me is to always obey and respect your parents no matter how cruetal they might be to you, another lesson I learned from luqman is that you may haved to disobey your parents if they tell you to do something haram.
ACTUALLY AHMED, LUQMAN DIDN'T TELL HIS SON THIS. ALLAH SWT IS TELLING US THIS. THE AYAH STARTS WITH: "AND WE COMMAND....."
One practical lesson I learned is to walk with moderation meaning not walking with pride in yourself. Another thing it can mean is to think of others lower than you and you better than them. It can also mean to look at others with a look of disgust because of what they're wearing, how they look, etc... or just for no reason. I can apply this in my life by not thinking of others lower than me and me better than them by remembering that Allah (SWT) said that we are all equal. Also, I can not look at others with a look of disgust even if I don't like what they are wearing or how they look which I shouldn't think but if I did I should keep it in my heart.These are some ways I can apply this practical lesson in my life.
I meant to NOT think of others lower than you and you better than them. I also meant it can also mean to not look at others with disgust....
WALK WITH MODERATION!!!
A piece of advice which really stuck out to me which Luqman gave to his son, was that even if we have the tiniest sin which is the weight of a mustard seed, Allah (SWT) can bring it forth and will hold us accountable for it. The same goes for if we have the tiniest good deed like a smile; Allah will bring it forth and recognize it. This should make us both scared as well as relieved. We should be scared of Allah (SWT) recognizing even our smallest sins, but on the other hand, we should be relieved that Allah will recognize even our smallest good deeds, so we know that He is really aware of what we do. Knowing this, from now on I will pay more attention to my actions because I know that I will be held accountable for them in my Book of Deeds. That is why Luqman's lesson was not only beneficial to his son, but to all Muslims as well.
An example of this advice is that if you commit a sin which you think is very small, such as talking back to your parents, Allah (SWT) will recognize it and see it. Even if we think something is very small, it could be the thing that decides our fate.
*If I commit a sin which I may think is very small....
One lesson I can learn from Luqman giving advice to his son is that not to do Shirk with Allah. Shirk is not only polytheism, Shirk can also be doing everything for the sake of someone other than ALLAH. For example idolizing a celebrity. We may not realize it, there are many people who idolize a celebrity, and all they do is talk about them. Or it could be the Dunya itself. Only working to have the money for worldly things. As a Muslim I need to stay away from these things, because Shirk is one sin that will never be forgiven.
One lesson I learned from Surah al luqman is that your tongue can help you go to Jenna by saying subhanallah alhamdulilah allahuakbar also they give you good deeds. however your tongue can also take you to nar
By saying lies or backbiting etc... So you have to use your tounge wisely follow the rule the prophet said if you have something good to say then speak but if you don't have something good to say then don't say it at all
One practical lesson I learned from Surah Luqman, is that we should obey and respect out parents. Our parents sacrifice so much for us, that once a man came to Rasulullah (saw) and asked: " I have carried my mother all the way to Makkah for Hajj, have I fulfilled my duty to her? Rasulullah (saw) replied No. We should always be kind to our parents, because one day, they might leave this world. I'm always hearing stories about some guy, who has an argument with his mom or dad, and then they die. We should not even let these kind of things happen, and Islam is a preventive religion. We should always be good to our parents, and be a good parent too.
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