Does Islam Say Thinking For Ourselves Is Wrong
In the above video, Neitzche informs to harness our inner potentials, insticts and become authentic.
Is it wrong in islamic philosophy or quran to think for self and to follow passions and dreams.
Excerpt from the above article : Saying Allāhu Akbar should safeguard us from pride as we will no longer think of ourselves or what we possess as great.
Does Allahu Akbar and self-esteem, self-respect, hobbies, passions etc clash with each other. I am asking this because some people use allahu akbar philosophy to disregard or humiliate others and inform that thinking for self-respect and esteem is against allahu akbar philosophy.
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