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What is Jannah

What is Jannah ?

Jannah Meaning

Because Jannah is a place that is hidden from view and covered in trees and plants, the word “Jannah” comes from an Arabic word that means hidden, cover, or concealed. A common translation of Jannah is “Green Garden.” It is believed that Jannah, also known as Paradise, is situated in the area of the Seventh Heaven. The domain of the seven Heavens/Skies that float above the Earth is referred to as “Heaven” in English.

To fully embrace Islam, Muslims must accept the concept of Jannah, or paradise, just like they must accept the other principles of the religion. Only faithful and righteous people who believed in the One and Only God—the Ultimate Creator, His Message, and His Prophets and Messengers—and lived righteously, obeying God commands and defending themselves against evil, will be admitted to Jannah, the eternal home of radiant joy, peace, and bliss in the afterlife. For those who enter Paradise, it will be their last stop. There, they will live eternally and never experience evil or death.

The virtuous will be a person’s companions in Paradise, where many families will reunite. Emptiness, grief, hate, boredom, jealousy, infirmity, unease, exhaustion, illness, hurt, discomfort, and anxiety will all be absent from paradise. No dread or sorrow will befall those who live under the shadow of Jannah; it will be a haven of safety and peace.

“And whoever does righteous deeds, whether male or female, while being a believer — those will enter Paradise and will not be wronged, [even as much as] the speck on a date seed”

(Quran 4:124)

No heart or mind can ever fully appreciate the abundance, beauty, and joys of Paradise because they are too immense, too vast, too pure, and too astounding for human comprehension. A human cannot possibly conceive the joys of Paradise; joys so great that they have no analogue in this world, just as a blind person cannot possibly see or adequately describe colors in this world. Until one steps inside the boundaries of Paradise, no one can ever fully comprehend or grasp the true realm of Paradise.

What is Sharia

The Hadith and the Holy Koran descriptions of Heaven are supposed to motivate and inspire people to strive harder, improve themselves, and serve God. The inability to use one’s intellect, procrastination, carelessness, or laziness can keep one from reaching the realm of unending happiness and pleasure.

“…Say, the enjoyment of this world is little, and the Hereafter is better for he who fears Allah…”

(Quran 4:77)

It should be noted that neither the greatest nor the best things in this life will come easily, nor will the prize of Paradise. To merit the delights of Paradise, a person must work to the best of their abilities.

“Race toward forgiveness from your Lord and a Garden whose width is like the width of the Heavens and Earth, prepared for those who believed in Allah and His messengers. That is the bounty of Allah which He gives to whom He wills, and Allah is the possessor of great bounty”

(Quran 57:21)

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