At that point is it just a part of the Book that ye have faith in, and do ye dismiss the rest? however, what is the reward for those among you who carry on like this yet disrespect in this life?- and on the Day of Judgment they should be committed to the most terrible punishment. For Allah is not oblivious of what ye do.” 2:85
In all actuality we as Muslims all around are a moral people of confidence and the inheritors of an incredible prophetic legacy of confidence, equity, goodness, and morals, we simply appear to have lost our ethical force incidentally. The time of Ramadan has reinvigorated our profound motors as it is its tendency.
Since Ramadan is over, we should not backpedal to the same old thing; let us push ahead to a pious upset of sorts. Possibly what we require now is an update, or maybe a total profound upgrade. At any rate, something must be done that guides our consideration regarding our requirement for change. Not of the confidence, but rather of our routine of it.
This, women and noble men, is the ethical objective.Affirming ethical quality recovering the ethical basic is not a just a question of embracing the temperances of genuineness, respectability, reasonable play and monotheism.