Superstitions

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Superstitions

  1. 1. “A wrong concept misleads the understanding; a wrong deed degrades the whole man ,and may eventually demolish the human structure.” (ILAMA IQBAL)
  2. 2.  “Fear of what is unknown and mysterious.”  Belief that some events bring good or bad luck.  "beliefs, or half-beliefs that lead to ignorance, fear, or belief in magic."
  3. 3. 1. Good superstitions:  Eyelash Horseshoe Itching in hand  
  4. 4.  Make a wish.
  5. 5. Horseshoe over the door bring good luck and happiness.
  6. 6.  Putting money in new clothes and itching in hand bring money.
  7. 7.  Black cat  Mirror  No.13
  8. 8.  Black cats crossing your path brings worst things to you.
  9. 9.  Breaking luck. of mirrors cause 7 years of bad
  10. 10.  Stay on that day to avoid any misfortune and bad luck.
  11. 11. A rabbit's foot brings good luck  If you walk under a ladder, you will have bad luck  You can break a bad luck spell by turning seven times in a clockwise circle  Garlic protects from evil spirits and vampires  Our fate is written in the stars  Heads for good luck tails for bad.  Crow crows then guests came.ETC……
  12. 12.  Major cause is lack of faith in ALLAH.  Belief in superstitions is considered to be a grave act of shirk, or ascribing partners to Allah, which is the one and only sin that Allah Almighty will not forgive.  All things that happen to us, good and bad, come at a time appointed by Allah as a means to test who is the best in faith.  black magic is forbidden, the antidote of it is allowed even though the latter carries the possibility of misuse
  13. 13.  There is no such thing as…superstition.  Superstitions have no applications in today's life. So we, should not follow the superstitions that were passed on to us by our ancestors.
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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