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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well if you wore skinny jeans and tight clothig with it you probably weren't
    cause how you dress = deen does it?!
    It actually amazes me how people believe this.
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    In all honesty, I wore hijab cause my parents wanted to/made me at first, but I grew to like it and understand why but I also preferred wearing normal or even tight clothes. Doesn't mean I'm a slut, doesn't mean I'm not "religious".

    My connection and belief with allah was ALOT stronger then than it is currently as I do abaya.

    back then when I wore the "hoejabi" things: I was the one waking all my family up for fujr every morning, praying full 5 times a day not missing any prayers even at school or if I did making them all up.

    Praying nearly full sets of prayer every prayer I did, eg. isha: 4 furdh 3 vitr 2 sunat etc, compared to now I barely do the furdh and I'm ashmed to say even skip prayers sometimes or just don't make them up.

    used to Read quran every single day without my parents asking me to, now my mom makes me come down and barely read 1 rukh.

    During ramadan, reading full taraweeh in 2's every night alongside extra nufl, now: 8 taraweeh in 2 sets of 4 LOL at that fam worst thing is I don't even care that I do this :/ or am not bothered or scared by allah like I used to be.

    etc etc

    In no way is this boasting about what I used to do, because when I used to do it I still thought I was barely doing anything but when I compare it to the state am I in now it seems like a lot.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    cause how you dress = deen does it?!
    It actually amazes me how people believe this.
    Spoiler:
    Show

    In all honesty, I wore hijab cause my parents wanted to/made me at first, but I grew to like it and understand why but I also preferred wearing normal or even tight clothes. Doesn't mean I'm a slut, doesn't mean I'm not "religious".
    My connection and belief with allah was ALOT stronger then than it is currently as I do abaya.

    back then when I wore the "hoejabi" things: I was the one waking all my family up for fujr every morning, praying full 5 times a day not missing any prayers even at school or if I did making them all up.

    Praying nearly full sets of prayer every prayer I did, eg. isha: 4 furdh 3 vitr 2 sunat etc, compared to now I barely do the furdh and I'm ashmed to say even skip prayers sometimes or just don't make them up.

    used to Read quran every single day without my parents asking me to, now my mom makes me come down and barely read 1 rukh.

    During ramadan, reading full taraweeh in 2's every night alongside extra nufl, now: 8 taraweeh in 2 sets of 4 LOL at that fam worst thing is I don't even care that I do this :/ or am not bothered or scared by allah like I used to be.

    etc etc

    In no way is this boasting about what I used to do, because when I used to do it I still thought I was barely doing anything but when I compare it to the state am I in now it seems like a lot.



    OMG i am the same. before i used to pray 5 times a day and if i missed a prayer i would make up for it. now i do not make up for the prayers i miss, i pray like 3/5 times a day.
 
 
 
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