: Jun 27, 2016

When you know you’re doing something wrong, you deflect and blame the world around you, including the people who love you. You fully assume the role of victim, …

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When you know you’re doing something wrong, you deflect and blame the world around you, including the people who love you. You fully assume the role of victim, making everyone else that doesn’t acknowledge your victimhood into an oppressor. You abuse religious text turning knowledge into a disease. You find voices that validate your wrongness and eliminate the voices who try to correct you out of love for you. Then you keep digging yourself deeper in your wrong course of action because you’ve found enough people to agree with you that it’s right. But you know what? There are no echo chambers on the day of judgement. There are no allies. There are no cheerleaders. There are no two standards. There is just the standard of Allah, and the reckoning that is perfect justice. Don’t delude yourself. Turn back to Allah, and consider those voices that make you uncomfortable. It’s better to be uncomfortable now and fix yourself, than to be uncomfortable for eternity when it’s too late.

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