Muslims must care for others because God Almighty tells us, "You are the best nation set up for humanity." Now, I remember imams boasting about this verse from the pulpit, feeding the congregation "feel good" rhetoric and showering praise on our community. Yet, this statement by God is qualified; it has an asterisk.We are not the best nation because we are Muslims, but rather "[because] you enjoin that which is good, you forbid that which is evil, and you believe in God" (3:110).
Muslims must care because that is their mission on earth. Both the Qur'an and hadith literature abound with statements stressing the utmost importance of caring for others, for the sake of caring for others.
Hesham A. Hassaballa
mybe harusny not only for the sake of caring for others, but also for the sake of having God's forgiveness and blessings.
"no reward do [we] ask of you for it: [our] reward is only from the Lord of the Worlds" (26:127)
hv i cared enough to other ppl?
has anybody thought of making an origami yoda to show somebody that u really care?