April 19, 2008 at 9:38 pm Leave a comment

 What I got out of these two verses is that it does not matter who you are or who you know, it is your deeds that matter. Whether you are the relative of a pious person or not it does not matter when it comes down to being accounted for. Nuh (as) son was the son of a prophet and it did not avail him when Allah (swt) decision came. Are we forgetting that our deeds will be taken to account and we will not be judged based on what those who are our relatives did. Many of us have a view that if our forefathers were pious we have somehow benefited. It is good that they were pious but that is what they will take forth and then what will we have to show? We can not take the deeds of others so we need to accumulate our own. It is not enough to come from a pious family you must act upon the knowledge you have. (Medihah Hussain, Al Huda Student)


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