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The Explanation of the Six Principles

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This is the first principle; doing actions sincerely for Allah the Blessed and Exalted, and ‎warning and distancing oneself from Shirk. This is the principle which the Shaykh of Islam ‎began with, may Allah have mercy upon him. This is the core of the foundation, the greatest of ‎them, and the most beneficial of them without exception; making the actions sincerely for ‎Allah, and warning against Shirk. ‎Read more below.

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This is the first principle; doing actions sincerely for Allah the Blessed and Exalted, and ‎warning and distancing oneself from Shirk. This is the principle which the Shaykh of Islam ‎began with, may Allah have mercy upon him. This is the core of the foundation, the greatest of ‎them, and the most beneficial of them without exception; making the actions sincerely for ‎Allah, and warning against Shirk. ‎

Making all actions sincere for Allah means: the worship of the person, and their obedience, to ‎include prayer, Zakat, sacrificing, hope, fear, vowing, reliance, seeking help and other than ‎that, must be sincerely for Allah the Blessed and Exalted. ‎

The (action which is) sincere (‎ِِAl-Khaalis) is that which is pure and untainted; not containing ‎impurity. It does not contain the impurity of Shirk, or the impurity of showing off or trying to ‎be heard of, rather the person only seeks by his actions the Face of Allah the Blessed and ‎Exalted. When he supplicates, he makes his Dua’a sincerely for Allah. When he relies, purifies ‎his reliance only relying upon Allah, when he fears he purifies his fear, only fearing Allah. He ‎performs all of his worship for Allah the Blessed and Exalted. He does not ask from other than ‎Allah, he only seeks aid from Allah, he only puts his trust in Allah, and he entrust all of his ‎affairs to Allah the Blessed and Exalted.‎

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