"Ars Longa Vita Brevis"

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Jungin| 18 | Malaysia

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29/05/14, 10:03 PTG
People's View

Assalamualaikum!~ 안녕!

a situation:

an unmarried couple:
A: wow! they're so sweet! I hope i can be like them.. ^^
an early married couple
A: they must be hiding something (starting to think unneccessary things)
a free-haired woman:
B: Wow! her hair is gorgeous! i want that kind of hair :3
a covered woman:
B:  HUMPH! a covered women is not always a good person

these are what people nowadays think and how we actually didn't noticed that these are what that comes from our own mouth. 
Imitating non-Muslims in general -whether they are idol-worshippers or People of the Book – is Haraam (prohibited), whether that imitation is of their worship – which is the most serious form – or of their customs and behavior. This is indicated by the Quran, Sunnah:

(i) From the Quran: Allaah Says (what means): “And be not as those who divided and differed among themselves after the clear proofs had come to them. It is they for whom there is an awful torment.” [Quran 3:105]
(ii) From the Sunnah: the Prophet  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) said: “Whoever imitates a people is one of them.” [Abu Daawood]

we might be helding our nose up when we imitate and agree to the ones which are haraam but we have the limits and our trustworthy in islam.
In Islam, a husband loves his wife throughout the year, and he expresses that love towards her with gifts, in verse and in prose, in letters and in other ways, throughout the years – not just on one day of the year. (Valentines Day)

We should erased these kinds of thoughts and lead the good thing so that each time there's a pure heart of islam in us ^^

-a view of mine,no bash. wassalam