The Islamic view of morality

Morality is a natural instinct in man, on the basis of which man likes and dislikes certain attributes and dislikes others. The field may be more or less the same in humans, but we have observed. That the consciousness of humanity as a whole has always imposed the same order of good on some attributes of morality and evil on others. Truth, justice, covenant and fidelity have always been considered worthy of praise in human ethics and there has never been a time when lies, cruelty, dishonesty and betrayal have been favored. Compassion, generosity and generosity have always been valued and selfishness, bigotry, bullying and narrow-mindedness have not been honored. Mabrugal, Istiqlal wa Bardbari, Olwal Azmi Shujaat have always been the attributes which were considered worthy of Daad and even impatience, laziness, temperament, low morale and cowardice were not showered with flowers of praise and admiration.

From this it became clear that human ethics are in fact the realities of the world which all human beings have come to know. Good and evil are hidden in something that needs to be found somewhere. He calls me “good” and “evil” in the language. Money is something that all human beings are well aware of and they are known things which have been implanted in human nature. This is the reason why no one knows the Qur’an as good. This fact is stated in the Qur’an in other words, the knowledge of goodness is given by inspiration (that is, فَلَهَمَا فَجُورَهَا وَتَقُويَانَ) And goodness is something to be known and recognized and giving has always been a special gift of Islam when it comes to certain attributes which can be called its distinguishing feature. And why are there theories? And to understand this problem of morality, when we look at the different moral systems of the world, the difference that comes to our mind at first glance is that different moral attributes are patterned in the overall system of life, and their limits. Proposing their position and their consumption and establishing the ratio between them, they are all different from each other. They differ in determining the source of knowledge and they also differ as to what is the force of law. What is the force behind it and what are the motives that motivate man to abide by this law? But when we explore this difference, we finally discover the fact that the real thing that separates all these moral systems is the concept of the universe between them, the status of man within the universe, and the human condition. There is a difference in the purpose of life. This difference has made their soul, their temperament and their form different from each other from the roots to the branches.

The concept of Islam regarding the Almighty universe is that there is a Creator and Ruler of this world. He is the lord of all of us human beings in which there is no crookedness. Man is his servant and vicegerent. Adhere to the principles established in such a way. Man is accountable to God for all the deeds of his life and he is going to be accountable to his God in the Hereafter. The present life of the world is, in fact, a test. Man participates in this test with his whole being. It is a test of all his strengths and abilities. Every aspect of life is tested in the whole universe, whatever happens to it before it, it is a test of how man has dealt with it, and the test is the entity who created the universe. Everything has been subjugated to the service of man, and he who knows not only the movements and postures of man himself, but also his thoughts and intentions, and every detail of them is safe with this entity.

The Aim

That is the pleasure of God. This is the standard by which a behavior in the moral system of Islam goes to the portal around which the unimaginable universe and man determine the real good which should be the goal of human endeavor and the whole moral life revolves around it. The condition of the unmanned ship does not remain the same as the gusts of wind and the gusts of the waves run it in all directions. Due to this, a central goal comes before man. In the light of which life values ​​come into play which can remain in place in all changing circumstances. Then the most important thing is that by being the object of divine pleasure, morality gets a higher goal, due to which the possibility of moral evolution may become infinite.

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