I am in a jolly mood today and thought that I would try jollying you people also. Now, the last post was all about being serious and stern, this one will be about frolic and fun, with some Naseeha (advice) on the run, but don’t get mad for this is just a brotherly advice and no one is standing next to you holding a gun. Here we go.
Remember: a man without a Beard is like a woman with one. — Ian Hex
What’s so weird about beards?
Men who go for the default (bearded) option aren’t making some kind of statement; it’s those who choose to mow their faces who seem to have something to prove. What’s your problem? Afraid to grow up, boys? Ashamed of your masculinity? In Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice had it right: “He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man.”
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A Criminal Waste Of Time.
Ouch! This one smacked it out of the park.
Are You A Real Man?
Had enough, Eh? What do I hear? No! Here you go.
Enough frolic and fun, now comes the Naseeha. Many times it happens that people aren’t able to understand that why do Muslims keep the beard?
Also there is a case where Muslims themselves don’t understand whether keeping the beard is obligatory, recommended or optional.
If you are a person who notices subtle things, you would see that I used the term ‘keep’ the beard instead of ‘grow’ the beard because technically you can’t grow it. It’s not like you put manure and fertilizers on your face then go lay under the sun and Voila! you have the full beard. So whatever Allah gives to you, you keep it. If you need inspiration, download this and set it as your wallpaper.