Is it fine if we say Allah is enough for me as a best friend and I don't need anyone else when the Prophet Muhammad SAW also had friends?

  • Wallah hu khair un Nasireen
    – user263210
    Jun 28, 2015 at 0:20
  • What does that mean?
    – Babra Ejaz
    Jun 28, 2015 at 4:00
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    I don't know the exact meaning but it is close to 'And Allah is the best of supporters/protectors'
    – user263210
    Jun 28, 2015 at 11:59

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You shouldn't really say He the Almighty is your "best friend", rather to acknowledge that only He will always be there for you literally forever and knows what is best for you. He is your creator, and that is why you worship Him. i understand your intentions and where you are heading, but the wordings are wrong. You do need friends in this world, and you certainly need family, and it is a duty of a muslim to keep good ties with their neighbours, family and friends.

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    @Tashanna, actually the best brief point is like what you said "but the wordings are wrong". In fact, it is true that Allah is the best for everyone for eveything or needs but I reckon it is not comparable with humans to mentionig like that. God Bless You for pointing such rational matter in your nice answer. Oct 12, 2015 at 9:06

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