- Fri Aug 05, 2011 2:40 pm
I am not sure, but i think the conditions would be:
-Have pure intentions and purposes when it comes to use/listen music, besides dancing and having fun.
-If a song suddenly starts without one even decide it or choose it, and this song has a message that we can't deny that make us reflect i believe it would be halal, may Allah forgive me if i am wrong. But an example would be the Psalms of King David (a.s) or the words of Bob Marley that are always praising and exalting Allah Almighty, or a song that reaches our hearts not because we like it or we choose to listen to it but one that has a deep message for us.
I believe this changes according to our intentions and the mere purporse on which we are, as Imam Ali said:
Divide your day into three portions. One in which you worship Allah. One in which you work for your livelihood. The third in which you entertain yourself by Halal means for the sake of obeying Allah in a better way
Could be consider listening praises to God by playing soft guitars or melodies
that make you feel serene enought to worship and praising Allah?
I hope i am not wrong and if i am may Allah be my helper, greetings.
"La conciencia es la voz del alma; las pasiones, la del cuerpo."
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