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What is the importance of self- sacrifice in our religion? What is the place of self- sacrificing for someone else?

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Asked by truth exposed, 15 Feb '13 04:11 pm
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Self- sacrifice is sacrificing willingly the things one owns and gives importance to and preserving for the sake of his cause by withstanding every kind of difficulties. It is abnegating from his benefits for the merits he believes in and for humanity in order to achieve the pleasure of Allah.

Human soul is selfish. He cares his own desires and benefits first. Making sacrifices in order to achieve Allahs pleasure by quitting the egoism of the soul is one of the greatest characters among the values of the humanity.

In Islamic history, the hijrah (migration) of the Muslims in Makkah by leaving their possessions and properties for the sake of their beliefs after the unbearable torments and oppressions they faced in Makkah; and on the other side Ansar in Madinah (the people of Madinah who responded to the Prophets call to Islam and offered Islam a city-state power) helping the Muhajirs (Muslims who emigrated from Makkah to Madinah during the time of the great repression) are good exa ...more
Answered by Psycho, 15 Feb '13 04:12 pm

 
  
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Self- sacrifice is sacrificing willingly the things one owns and gives importance to and preserving for the sake of his cause by withstanding every kind of difficulties. It is abnegating from his benefits for the merits he believes in and for humanity in order to achieve the pleasure of Allah.

Human soul is selfish. He cares his own desires and benefits first. Making sacrifices in order to achieve Allahs pleasure by quitting the egoism of the soul is one of the greatest characters among the values of the humanity.

In Islamic history, the hijrah (migration) of the Muslims in Makkah by leaving their possessions and properties for the sake of their beliefs after the unbearable torments and oppressions they faced in Makkah; and on the other side Ansar in Madinah (the people of Madinah who responded to the Prophets call to Islam and offered Islam a city-state power) helping the Muhajirs (Muslims who emigrated from Makkah to Madinah during the time of the great repression) are good exa ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 01 May '13 01:03 am

 
  
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