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Nothing extends or reduces one's lifespan, regardless. This is the opinion that scholars mostly agree upon that when one's time is up, it will not be delayed, as Prophet Nūh ﷺ told his people: يَغْفِرْ لَكُم مِّن ذُنُوبِكُمْ وَيُؤَخِّرْكُمْ إِلَىٰ أَجَلٍ مُّسَمًّى إِنَّ أَجَلَ اللَّهِ إِذَا جَاءَ لَا يُؤَخَّرُ لَوْ كُنتُمْ تَعْلَمُونَ Allah will ...


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Only Allah knows the destiny, as only he knows the ultimate future of us, we should try our best in good way to do better in everything. As Allah gave us free will, so chances can be changed. So, it’s our freewill to change everything. And only Allah knows what is in your heart, you can deceive us but not him. So if someone get any prize, definitely he did ...


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Asalaamu alaikum, sister. I am so sorry that you feel lost, disappointed, and unhappy. You and your family seem to be in a tough situation. You have asked two questions, and I will do my best to answer them. Why wouldn't Allah listen? Another way to ask this would be, does Allah listen? And if Allah listens, does Allah respond? And if Allah listens, ...


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This is a problem of defining "fate". Rather than considering it as a "fixed destiny", it should be defined as a meaning of God's knowledge. Like everything else God has, that kind of "knowledge" is also infinite. When you compare finite abilities of us with infinite powers of him in any meaning, you should be careful that this can only be an "extent" to ...


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This answer is more on the term luck and not chance. The definition I would say that we first need to define the word luck. When we have defined it, then I think we can give a response to if it's a term that would exist in Islam, or is theologically accepted in Islam. What if a person that is lucky, actually is blessed by God? If a person plays a game and ...


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We have free will. Thus, we are responsible for our actions. Utterances like whether Allah has written our destiny are potentially misleading. Just because He has written it does not mean that He has decided them. If that would be the case, why should you be accountable for anything at all? Allah is All-Knower and He knows what you and everybody else will do....


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If you feel attracted to men, only option for you in Islam is to not act upon it. If you act upon it and have relationship with men, then that is forbidden act in Islam. You can remain celibate either for full life or until you feel attracted towards women. Remaining celibate is not difficult, everyone nowadays do this in some part of their life. Like for ...


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Have you considered the possibility that you are a transgender woman? Gay men don't ordinarily go around saying things like "my heart and mind is a woman"; transgender women certainly do. Transgenderism should not be confused with homosexuality. Islam has an interesting, and relatively positive relationship with transgender women: There's the ...


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There is no chance in Islam however destiny does exist. Everything happens by the will of Allah. Allah has written the fate of everything. This is their destiny. Your fate can change but only by the power of Du'a because it is only Allah who can change what is written for you. By believing in 'chance' you are not believing that what happened was with the ...


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