I'm always telling someone (in a kind way) that something is haraam. Every time I turn around I'm reminding someone to sit down when they eat, not to spray too much perfume on in public, certain candies are haraam, or that skinny jeans are haraam if a long shirt is not worn below the knee (my sheik spoke on this subject, and he will speak again about it more firmly so it's not my "opinion"). I told my mother how I feel, and she said it was my duty as a Muslim to correct others when they are wrong. Well, to be honest I feel like a bossy know-it-all. I'm tired of being the one to always say something, and it doesn't feel very nice. Do any of you ever feel hesitant to correct someone for fear that they will take it the wrong way?

3 comments:

Nailz-In-Aus said...

Salaamz sis
I think its great that you tell people when there doing something haram and u should never feel guilty or bossy,and if they take it in the wrong way thats just childish,if anything they should be thankful.

Sunni Hijabi said...

Asalaam wa alaykum Nailz,

Yeah sis, I do agree with you. They should be thankful that a fellow Muslim is correcting them. Why remain ignorant or in the wrong when they can know? May Allah bless and reward you sis. ~Nisa

Nailz-In-Aus said...

salaamz sis,thanx for the request on my blog ohh and purple and green sounds great i love them colours.yeah im so sick of seeing ppl rave on about so called haram police because you tell them its haram to swear or to go and pray. Ive seen quite a fiew blogs lately with muslim girls who swear so much in there posts,its really unbelievable...Anyway hun tc salaamz

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