I never thought of it this way, well until one fine day.
I am not judging anyone of you people out there, but I always see it as an aib or a flaw if I was caught continuously watching something. Like how messed up am I that I continuously watch shows or videos. How low can my standard of living be. No, you were not made for this. How could you stoop so low watching things that could never benefit you and worst, harm your afterlife.
But interestingly enough, I am simply numbing myself aren’t I?
‘No, don’t think of that office job. No, no more bursting your lips. Nah, no more Macs during lunch. Nope, no more nasty toilets. Nope.’
And for some reason, unless you mix around with the right people, nobody is going to highlight that to you. Nobody is going to ‘Hey, you are kind of getting too deep in this mess.’
Except for some, or I mean, well….one.
‘You are watching Finding Dory?’……and ‘Your motive? (of sending me your funny pictures)’
Not many people will remind you your purpose in life. What is your intention in doing that? Will this benefit you or anyone? You are not created to waste time, please wake up, you are getting good at that (wasting time).
I do not know why people are usually confused when they found out what I want to become.
I’ll tell you loud and clear kids: Honestly, I want to become a housewife.
It is usually the “Huh why?”
Do you see the difference between
1) I think that is permissible because if you think about it, there is nothing wrong with it.
2) Based on the the arguments put forth by the scholars, I am of the opinion that it is permissible.
For example, listening to music. There are differences of opinions, sure. But I think sometimes the people in the first group did not study the whole argument and therefore assumed, based on ‘what I think’ and ‘what I heard’ until all music becomes permissible, which is not true.
Scary ey? Most of us (including me) sometimes don’t know what we don’t know and assumed that we know when we actually don’t know.