Short Story: Hijab
Reference: my wife & GEOS institute .
*In Australia, asked the lecturer the Saudi lady ,while presenting a project ,why is she wearing Hijab?
-the girl replied: I wanted to decided who looks at my body parts.
*Again,on the same presentation,she asked her about her opinion of women driving in Saudi Arabia?
-the saudi student said: I had a driver who used to save alot of my time & efforts,why should I ask to drive?
*then, the teacher added'I want to have a driver too''
1)-was that a good girl?explain..
(only if answered Y for 1)
2-do all others should be bad in case your last answer was yes?
1) the term "good" has no objective meaning; it is contextual and ultimately individual and subjective in nature
2) The terms "bad" is of the same nature as the term "good"
Knowledge of good and evil - aka making judgements - was the fruit which Adam and Eve ate, the original sin.
Release judgement, or you will continue to exist in a state of living death.
I think you are right. I am trying.
you also must be certain about specific things in your life. that makes life easier for you and for others.
may be it will make it harder for others.
Certainty, while seductive, is the enemy of spirituality.
not necessarily I guess.
the two of them don't go completely along but not enemies.
faith has given many people a reliefe from thier exhausting materilaism life.
you shouldn't have a blind faith but you can't have an absolute faith as well.
one buddism teacher says:
If there is no God,Then there is no Faith
Then there is no soul
by sandra rinck 10 years ago
I love God so much, enough to say I should be worth God to You. So, does that make me worth anything to You?
by Lex 4 years ago
How should a Muslim woman in Western society begin dressing in hijab?Specifically, in terms of career in an office/corporate environment... Should she just show up to work one day with her headscarf? Or should she tell someone / ask a superior before hand?
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