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Q1 Can you response to the view that the hardest struggle in life is the struggle against own selfishness Give reasons for your answer showing that you have considered different points of view Amongst the most difficult of all the good deeds is said to be the fight against ones self This might be a surprise for the reader but the fact is very much true and thus that is maybe why Allah mentioned it to be the greater Jihad while the holy War jihad was termed the lesser Jihad despite its agony brutality and life threat We dont need a lot of speculation to test whether this is true and small examples from our practical life give us clear views of it all As we know that life is full of temptations and things which attract the mortal soul And as time passes these temptations increase And also as we know the human soul is not perfect and it is liable to fall to such temptations a simple example of this is how the first man and the father of humanity Adam fell to the persuasion of the devil and disobeyed his lord and as a result we humans are now living in this world Also the Satan utilizes this fact about this human weakness and his main role in this worldly life is to misguide humanity from the right path until the end of time Thus it becomes a difficulty for humans to do everything the right way in our present time without being influenced by the modern time evils that are more spread than ever before Human soul is know to be amara bil sooe and now there is a more varied and fast pace of live with lots of bounties cars houses education entertainment facilities food etc which have not been present at earlier times Therefore humans nowadays spend their money and their effort in following these
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