Trustworthiness: A Great Responsibility in Islam

Trustworthiness: A Great Responsibility in Islam

Trustworthiness: A Great Responsibility in Islam

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The importance of good morals and virtuous values in achieving tranquility and happiness for individuals and society is emphasized, and it is affirmed that these ethics must be practiced in all situations and circumstances. Among these morals, trustworthiness is one of the most significant, and it is not limited to the preservation of money but includes speech, action, daily transactions, worship, covenants, commitments, health, senses, and more.

Trustworthiness is considered a fundamental part of human nature and religion, and people naturally tend to trust and rely on a trustworthy person. The text encourages Muslims to learn and embody the trait of trustworthiness from Islam in all aspects of life, highlighting that a person who possesses trustworthiness is satisfied with themselves, accepted by others, and covered with God's mercy and kindness.

Trustworthiness has become rare due to neglect of the hereafter, love of the worldly life, and distance from religious teachings. It warns that a society that loses trustworthiness is considered one of the most corrupt societies, and mentions that the disappearance of trustworthiness occurs gradually with poor actions, leading to altered realities and falsified facts. The text refers to a prophetic saying warning of a time when liars will be believed, the truthful will be doubted, the treacherous will be trusted, and the trustworthy will be betrayed.

A lack of trustworthiness leads to a deficiency in faith, and conveys a prophetic narration describing how trustworthiness will be withdrawn from hearts and become a rare quality, praised in those who are neither good nor faithful

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