A true Muslim is satisfied with himself and his place in the universe due to the knowledge that he is not merely a worthless particle within an accidental existence or an insignificant creature with no purpose or role to play in life. He knows that lie is a chosen servant of God, holding a position of honor, trust, favor and responsibility. He is certain of his Lord›s perfection, all-encompassing knowledge and absolute wisdom, justice and mercy. He knows that nothing is created without purpose and that God›s favors and blessings are infinite and beyond human perception.Islam emphasizes the value of human life. It also teaches that one should not despair of God›s mercy and recognize that this decree is always beneficial in some way, even when it might seem otherwise. The endurance of pain, discomfort or hardship while accepting God›s decree is something that benefits a Muslim in the Hereafter and increases his reward. Prophet Muhammad said, “No tiredness, exhaustion, worry, grief, distress or harm befalls a believer in this world, not even a thorn that pricks him, but that God expiates some of his sins thereby.”
What do muslims believe about abortion?
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