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©Abu Imrān

8th February 2023 (17th Rajab 1444AH)

There are people who genuinely want to quit Zina. They know it is a sin. They know they are harming themselves both physically and spiritually. The guilt afterwards is overwhelming (if you don't feel any guilt after committing Zina, your heart is spiritually comatose). They really want to quit but just can't.

The situation of some persons as a consequence of letting their soul get hooked to the illegal satisfaction of their urges is pitiable! It's like a hollow abyss of murky water you fall into with no end in sight. You just keep drowning and drowning. May Allāh assist you. Never stop fighting to quit and be intentional about cutting all ties with whatever and whoever is connected to it. That boyfriend you find irresistible, cut all ties with him, and under no circumstance should you be in seclusion with him. Living alone is also a contributory factor. Instead, consider keeping the company of righteous and morally upright persons. Again, may Allāh assist you in this battle as it is a tough one.

If you have never committed Zina but contemplating it, you have no idea the filth you are about to walk into. There are people who cry and hate themselves after the first episode, realising the pleasure gained pales in comparison to what they lost. But of course, it seldom ever happens just once. The next push having tasted it will likely be stronger, so you do it again, and again, and again... and each time a black dot is placed over your heart so you feel less and less guilt as you engage more in it, till your heart is completely covered in this dot. You no longer feel shame or remorse. You don't even mind admitting in public that you engage in Zina. Then you become like those Allāh describes thus

"When Our Verses (of the Quran) are recited to him, he says: "Tales of the ancients!" Nay! But on their hearts is the Ran (covering of sins and evil deeds) which they used to earn."

That is exactly what you are contemplating, dear brother/sister. Urge can be killing, the desire to satisfy it can be unbearable, but the consequence of satisfying it in the wrong way is a million times worse than those two, at least for those who still have some spiritual consciousness left in their heart.

May Allāh ease our affairs.


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