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Is Religion a Complete Way of Life ?

Asked by domefavour, 07 Apr '09 05:08 pm
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The chief characteristic of Islam is that it makes no distinction between the spiritual and the secular in life. Its aim is to shape both individual lives as well as society as a whole in ways that will ensure that the Kingdom of God may really be established on earth and that peace, contentment and well being may fill the world. The Islamic way of life is thus based on a unique concept of mans place in the universe. The viewpoint of Islam is that the universe is the creation of God who is One. He alone is its Master. Sovereign and Sustainer, and it is functioning under His command. He is All-powerful and Omniscient. He is Subbuh and Quddus (that is, free from all defects, mistakes, weaknesses and faults and is holy in every respect). His godhood is free from partiality and injustice. Man is His creature, subject and servant and is born to serve and obey Him. The correct course of life for man is to live in complete obedience to Him. And it is for God, not man, to determine the mod ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 07 Apr '09 07:48 pm

 
  
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The true religion with Allah is Islam.16 The People of the Book adopted many different ways rather than follow the true way of Islam even after the knowledge of truth had reached them, and this merely to commit excesses against one another. Let him who refuses to follow the ordinances and directives of Allah know that Allah is swift in His reckoning:-\"explation \"*16. In the sight of God there is only one system of life and way of conduct which is both in accord with reality and morally right. This consists of man\'s acknowledging God as his Lord and the sole object of his worship and devotion; of surrendering himself unreservedly to God in obedience and service. In doing so he should follow in toto the guidance communicated by God through His Messengers rather than try to devise ways of serving God according to his own lights. This mode of thought and action is known as Islam, and it is only reasonable that the Lord and Creator of the universe should accept nothing le ...more
Answered by yusuf syed, 07 Apr '09 08:33 pm

 
  
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In, Common terms, NO, But Islam is not a religion in the common, distorted meaning of the word, confining its scope only to the private life of man. By saying that it is a complete way of life, we mean that it caters for all the fields of human existence. In fact, Islam provides guidance for all walks of life individual and social, material and moral, economic and political, legal and cultural, national and international. The Quran enjoins Man to enter the fold of Islam without any reservation and to follow Gods guidance in all fields of life. As a matter of fact, it was an unfortunate day when the scope of religion was confined to the private life of man, while its social and cultural role was reduced to naught. No other factor has, perhaps, been more important in causing the decline of religion in the modern age than its retreat into the realm of the private life. In the words of a modern philosopher: Religion asks us to separate things of God from those of Caesar. Such ...more
Answered by fast tracker, 07 Apr '09 05:25 pm

 
  
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Yes, in the way of life the religion is embeded.
Answered by Dinesh Tiwari, 07 Apr '09 06:24 pm

 
  
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Yes..but what is religion... aaj jarrorat hai sahi maiyne kya hain religion ke aaj religion ke naam per dange ho jaate hain.. mera dharam uncha he tere se,tera cjhotta hai mere dharam se .. lekin dharam ki kitaab mai to khuch aur hi likha he.. charo varno ko ek hi sandesh diya jaa raha he ki he insaan to apne vazood ki pehchaan kar le too kaun he,tere aane ka kya maksad he aur tujhe kahan jaana he.. ek pita eks ke ham baarak... dharam to yeh sandesh de raha he..aur yahi ek sahi raasta he zindgi jeene ka jismai aap bhi phool ki tarah mehka jaa sakta hai aur apni sughand se auron ko bhi mehak di jaa saktio hai lekin wah re insaan aaj wo rabi santo ki baat ko maanta nahi he balki dava to kar raha hota he unklo maanne ka lekinpractical life mai wo defaulter hota he wo in santo ki vaani ka.. so aaj jarrorat he insaan ko tangdilli se oper utth kar ke vishalta ko apna kar ke apne paraye ka bhed khatm kar ke sahi mai dharam ki paribhasha ko samjh ne ki aur is prabhu ki sharan mai jaane ki..jab ...more
Answered by aansoosingh, 07 Apr '09 05:24 pm

 
  
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We we are created by almighty GOD, our manufacture is GOD , He only knows how to control this creature, how make their life easy and good social system, peace in between Then has rewarded us the religion ISLAM, which complete with minor to minor things which come in human lives, for all stages, from birth to death, shows as natural and practical through HIS Messenger Mohammed (PBUH). At last the ISLAM is only complete , peaceful, best socialized but all if you follow ISLAM, all the Muslims of now days are not examples. example is only way of life of MOHAMMED (PBUH).
Answered by SATTAYAM, 08 Apr '09 12:12 pm

 
  
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No. Not in present context. At best, we can pick few good things from religion and apply stuff what is required for present context.
Answered by dinkar shetty, 08 Apr '09 08:27 am

 
  
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Religion that does not make you a slave and does not command to kill a human life if it does not accept it.......is surely a way of life !!
Answered by Suman Singh, 08 Apr '09 12:32 am

 
  
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No. One should know other sciences besides religion and spirituality. One shoiuld understand the world and work to make it better. Don\'t be koop mandook . Learn trades to help humanity. Spread your wings and fly. Broaden your view. Learn about other religions also.
Answered by sunil sharma, 07 Apr '09 05:50 pm

 
  
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No if it gives trouble rather then helping u the better to ignore this
Answered by babu rao, 07 Apr '09 05:49 pm

 
  
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