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By: Faizan Sheikh - [ILoveAllaah.com Exclusive Writer]
The thought bubble is the universal symbol for thinking in cartoons. It consists of a large, cloud-like bubble containing the text of the THOUGHT, which is connected to the area next to a character by a chain of increasingly smaller circular bubbles.
If we just relate 'thought bubbles' with our lives, even we get thought bubbles almost every minute as we think something or the other every minute. Being humans, we get good and bad thoughts; however, a Muslim will not be punished for Satanic psychological notions and insinuations as the Prophet (peace be upon him) said,
ALLAH HAS FORGIVEN FOR MY UMMAH (COMMUNITY) THE EVIL THOUGHTS THAT OCCUR TO THEIR MINDS.
(Al-Bukhari, Book on divorce, no. 5269, Muslim, Book on faith, no. 127)
This doesn't mean that we are permitted to think of anything on our own and make a Biryani of thoughts in our mind. We must activate ourselves in such a way that the moment we see any haraam stuff, we must get an instant 'haraam alert' in the 'thought bubble'.
When seeing a girl in a fluttery summer dress (haraam! the sign in the thought bubble must simper).
That time when you realize that everyone else was passing with flying marks by cheating (haraam! the sign must taunt in your thought bubble) even if you are failing miserably due to your honesty.
When you hurry past a music classroom where the choir are practicing (haraam! the sign in your thought bubble must jeer).
The day when you would have given anything to go to a concert (haraam! the sign-in-your-thought bubble must yawn).
The moment when your fist clench tightly because someone mentions how much fun the party had been the day before (haraam! the sign in your thought bubble must mock)
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