ALLAH will never ask you about something you never do.
عن أبي عبد الله الصادق(ع): "إنّ المؤمن ليهمّ بالحسنة ولا يعمل بها
فتكتب له حسنة، وإنْ هو عملها كتبت له عشر حسنات، وإن المؤمن ليهمّ
بالسيئة أن يعملها فلا يعملها فلا تكتب عليه" (الكافي ج2 ص429)
Abu Abdullah al-Sadiq (AS): "The believer does not matter with good
works is recorded him well, ...
In fact your question is a multi-question post which is of a kind that you should avoid:
Your first question mainly is covered in:
How to purify a carpet if I don't remember were the impurity is?:
you must be in a tahir state not your bedding: This means in order to pray your body and all clothes you wear and the surface you pray on must be free from any ...
Purifying our soul (Ruh in Arabic) is the most important thing for a Muslim. Without a pure heart, no one can enter paradise.
Allah says in Quran 26: 88-89
The Day [Judgement Day] when neither wealth nor children will benefit [anyone].
But only one who comes to Allah with a sound [pure] heart.
Quran and Hadiths command us to clean our hearts from ill-...
The subject or theme of the Quran is "Man". God has described all the prerequisites to become successful in both the worlds. That's the reason, God has given man the consciousness and the understanding of right and wrong or good and bad, that has been built in our emotion or psyche that distinguishes human beings from animals. But we need to enhance this ...
It was narrated that al-Mugheerah ibn Shu’bah (may Allah be pleased with him) said: "My moustache grew too long and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) trimmed it for me on a siwaak.” Narrated by Abu Dawood (188)
This narration suggests that the Prophet PBUH used a miswak as a clipper-measurer and cut off whatever hairs edged out. This is ...
In hanafi school of thought, this kind of ghusal is valid. Also, I heard from a big hanafi scholar that if someone pushed you or you slip into clean water, you ghusal is valid too...
But in salafi/ahlul-hadith school of thought, what they say is that you need to have the intention (niyat) for ghusal, as it is also an amal and every amal is dependent on ...
These are all common problems almost everyone goes through.
A wise person is one who understands them and tries to stay away and when he/she is afflicted with one of these, he/she knows and tries to cure himself/herself of it.
The highest level is to work on increasing your taqwa and tawakkul. One way to do it is by fasting. You control your gaze while ...
Indeed, those who fear Allah - when an impulse touches them from
Satan, they remember [Him] and at once they have insight.
Whoever comes [on the Day of Judgement] with a good deed will have ten
times the like thereof [to his credit], and whoever comes with an evil
deed will not be recompensed except the like thereof; ...