Muslims wonder what to do — with their lives: as individuals; as groups and organizations; and as communities, nations and societies.
Part of it is what you may call their personal lives. And the other part has to do with what people call Da’wah.
And they ask themselves: Da’wah? What is it? How do we do it? Where? When?
And using what means, methods and instrumentations?
And with what frequency and duration?
That is your Muslims for you! One and only — in all of Allah’s creation.
And, as per the prophesy of the Prophet, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, Jannat-bound. Headed to Paradise, that is.
These Muslims, I mean. Such as they are. In all their tribal wear and mixed up heads, with their twisted personalities, shoddy characters and hearts overflowing with the love of the fleeting pleasures and possessions of this world.
Hubbud Dunya, as the Prophet, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, once put it.
A friend recently put it the best I have heard. He simply said:
“You never miss a “Dawah” moment,” he said.
“And every moment is a “Dawah” moment,” he said.
And he concluded: “Allahu Akbar!“
Muslims, what or how can anyone say anything better than that?