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There are moments when a person reaches a point where there is something good to happen but avoids it and thinks it's evil or bad, this is a sign of weawkness; such as not in control of the mind. It's important to pursue that action what ever it may be and later in the process figure what it is that's "wrong" with it.

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are you talking about something specific? Or are you talking in general about every opportunity you see you should seize regardless of consequence or of the nature of the potential act.

The world has so many things to offer one during their life, how can you say choosing not to take a specific opportunity a weakness?

You really got me curious as to what you are really trying to say,,,

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Relatively simple:

If you are aware or may have a slight feeling that the consquences are postive, perhaps you should seek the opportunity. Always maintain a sense of mental and physical courage to overshadow all odds and obstacles.

However, if you believe the consquences are discomforting and this general idea will cause a negative outlook, perhaps you should change your mind. Never take the risk, no matter how small it may appear to be.

Remember, that your introductory post was in general. If you wish to share with us your specific situation, you would recieve better advice. However, always keep in mind that anything you do that contradicts Islam beliefs is wrong, and you should cease the act without a second thought.

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who do u think u are lol

u use your imagination. Try to imagine what you indeed meant by your post, instead of leaving you undirected useless full of nothing post lonely of sense.

ALLAHSFALCON please if you don't have anything useful to say just ignore this thread because you are the one who isn't putting anything good thank you my muslim brother

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There are moments when a person reaches a point where there is something good to happen but avoids it and thinks it's evil or bad, this is a sign of weawkness; such as not in control of the mind. It's important to pursue that action what ever it may be and later in the process figure what it is that's "wrong" with it.

Salam...I think it depends on the situation and how important the decision is.

I have been in a situation where I had all the reasons to believe that doing something was good (not that not doing it was bad), but my heart wasn't into it. and I didn't pursue it. I don't regret not doing that thing because as someone mentioned, i didn't want to take the risk of being mistaken.

So..I disagree with you. Don't pursue an action if you don't want to, because if "later in the process [you] figure what is wrong with it" you can't undo the past.

ps. this is a matter of opinion and it all depends on the person. :)

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Relatively simple:

If you are aware or may have a slight feeling that the consquences are postive, perhaps you should seek the opportunity. Always maintain a sense of mental and physical courage to overshadow all odds and obstacles.

However, if you believe the consquences are discomforting and this general idea will cause a negative outlook, perhaps you should change your mind. Never take the risk, no matter how small it may appear to be.

Remember, that your introductory post was in general. If you wish to share with us your specific situation, you would recieve better advice. However, always keep in mind that anything you do that contradicts Islam beliefs is wrong, and you should cease the act without a second thought.

indeed to pursue actions it must be good, not contradicting islam and of course being capable of doing it

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Salam...I think it depends on the situation and how important the decision is.

I have been in a situation where I had all the reasons to believe that doing something was good (not that not doing it was bad), but my heart wasn't into it. and I didn't pursue it. I don't regret not doing that thing because as someone mentioned, i didn't want to take the risk of being mistaken.

So..I disagree with you. Don't pursue an action if you don't want to, because if "later in the process [you] figure what is wrong with it" you can't undo the past.

ps. this is a matter of opinion and it all depends on the person. :)

sorry but your post is irrelevant you probably misunderstood my statements, it's really simple if you feel that it's wrong than you don't do it, if good you go with it

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It seems nobody will understand what you mean. You have either placed your question incorrectly for the answers you seek, or like i imagined prior to the extra confusion, you have no idea what you want to know.

You ask such a broad question which indeed sounds like a statement and expect others to understand your encrypted lingo.

Why don't you enlighten all of the people who have not a clue into what your meaning by taking your role here seriously and explaining what in fact you intend others to comprehend in this jumbled split ended post.

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It seems nobody will understand what you mean. You have either placed your question incorrectly for the answers you seek, or like i imagined prior to the extra confusion, you have no idea what you want to know.

You ask such a broad question which indeed sounds like a statement and expect others to understand your encrypted lingo.

Why don't you enlighten all of the people who have not a clue into what your meaning by taking your role here seriously and explaining what in fact you intend others to comprehend in this jumbled split ended post.

hahaha cute

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