I feel like all of us have become really judgemental! Why is it that when we walk past sisters with Hijaab or brothers with beards, that we won’t hesitate a second to give them the Salaam, but as soon as someone who isn’t covered or doesn’t have a beard walk past us they are not worthy of a salaam?
Is it because we think we’re better than them? What if the sister that’s not covered up spends her entire night in Tahhajud while you spend yours judging ppl like her?
Or what if the brother without a beard is hoping and praying for someone to give him a smile or Salam so that he finally can take that step towards the path of Islam that he’s so scared of taking?
What if your Salam or your smile was that Da'wah that they needed? Don’t judge them, rather you should help them
Don’t forget - You were just like them, until someone helped you get where you are now.
We’re all sinners, and we all need second chances. Smile at your sister. Smile at your brother. Spread the Salaam and humble yourself