Many youths want to practice the Deen but their parents are of the 'liberal' trend. Their parents find their avoiding gender mixed gathering, beard or jilbaab 'backward'. How can they cope in such situations?

DWQA QuestionsCategory: MiscellaneousMany youths want to practice the Deen but their parents are of the ‘liberal’ trend. Their parents find their avoiding gender mixed gathering, beard or jilbaab ‘backward’. How can they cope in such situations?
JonSnow Staff asked 3 years ago
1 Answers
JonSnow Staff answered 3 years ago

It is easier to practice deen in a good environment. To create deeni environment, home ta’leem and reading Qur-aan is important. Read salaah at home (nafl for men) and keep steadfast on sunnah. Be polite and respectful and also create your own pious friends environment. Else go masjid and girls may create a special place for their salaah and ta’leem. Fazail a’maal and Muntakhab ahadeeth are worldly accepted book. Wake up tahajud and make du’as for parents and oneself deeni conscious.