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Hi! I am wondering if I would possibly be able to play the Chello during Ramadan to keep me occupied. I would only play it for my own amusement and nobody else's. I am also wondering if listening to classical music is haram too. I am hoping that I could simply get a simple answer Thanks!
Hello! I was wondering if somebody could please help me and guide me in the right direction with a few things. 1)Okay, so my GCSE exams are about to start soon and I have been coming into a bit of axeity latley causing me to loose sleep at nights, but I have been doing namaz as normal and I have been making prayers asking Allah for help, but sometimes after I finish my namaz I can sometimes feel that nobody is listening to my prayers, but I eventually calm myself down saying to myself that Allah will allways be listening to my prayers and my wishes will be granted if I work hard and be a good Muslim, both of which I have been doing. Does anyone know how to help? I don't like doing this as I deeply love Allah with all my might, I just hate the doubt that sometimes comes to mind. 2) As you will know Ramadan will be starting soon and as always, I am going to be really bored as at this time my exams would have finished, so I plan to buy a Chello to stop my boredom and give me something to do. Does anyone know if playing a musical instrument is Halal? Because sometimes higher education can sometimes ask if you do and I don't want to be at a disadvantage. And is listening to classical music harram too? Just wondering. 3) Okay so this was a question that I was really confused about, I was wondering if I could grow my hair to a really long length even though I am male. Would if effect my namaz or wuddu in anyway? Thank you!