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#3 - Kids Today Have it...

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  1. 1. Kids Today Have It...

    • Easier
      20
    • Tougher
      32


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They grow up with an inexhaustible amount of browsing content which leads away from Islam. Music, films, celebrity gossip, irreligious rhetoric, pornography, online gambling, etc. So many parents have knowingly given their children the poison that is unrestricted, unmonitored internet use, I can't fathom how much they will have to answer for on the day of judgement.

Edited by IbnMariam

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3 hours ago, IbnMariam said:

They grow up with an inexhaustible amount of browsing content which leads away from Islam. Music, films, celebrity gossip, irreligious rhetoric, pornography, online gambling, etc. So many parents have knowingly given their children the poison that is unrestricted, unmonitored internet use, I can't fathom how much they will have to answer for on the day of judgement.

"browsing content" couldn't we also say that about a bazzar ?  Same with the others within cities.

So the only difference is volume.

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easier.

If you have the ability to cast a vote then I doubt you have to wake up, use the latrine outside, in the dark, or walk a few miles to get dirty water. Or work in sweat shops.

https://ourworldindata.org/extreme-poverty/

Look up child prodigies, then you will notice a pattern in their households. Their parents had a method of direction, that allowed proper growth and those who had terrible homes, somewhere along the lines, they directed themselves using YT.

it is all about the correct form of inspiration no matter the age.

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Easier: to find answers or to gain knowledge:

Tougher: to stay away from sins because haram stuff is everywhere. And Dj-Dajjal is making everything hard for us. As Prophet said, "There will come a time when holding on to your Eemaan (belief) will be like holding on to hot coals."

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Easier in relation to academia (homework, research etc), but harder in the social sense, like keeping up with the pressure of social media and appreances and the latest trends and whatnot. It was much more conservative in our days and I don't think anxiety and mental health issues  was rife amongst teens as it is it now.

 

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