Pearl of Wisdom

'The most sagacious of the sagacious is he who takes account of himself and works for the Hereafter, and the stupidest of the stupid is he who allows himself to follow his desires and entertains false expectations from Allah.'

Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa [sawa]
Ibid. p. 92, no. 250

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Question : #629 Category: Miscellaneous
Subject: painting pictures
Question: what are the teachings in Quran about drawing human beings as long as it doesnt promote any indecency?
Answer: Drawing a non-sculptured figure is allowed.

Based on obligatory precaution, it is necessary to refrain from drawing a sculptured picture of a living being. And to say that it is a compulsory part of the school work does not justify violating the obligatory precaution. This prohibition is relaxed, only in the event of necessity; for example, if not carrying out such an assignment would lead to the student expulsion from the school and that would put him in difficulty of the kind that is normally intolerable.

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