When a person strives to do the right thing and it turns out to be a loss, should he blame the person or take it as Allah's Qadr?
If a person strives to do his utmost best, and it doesn’t happen, then we can’t blame him. But if the person hasn’t taken sound decisions, then of course this is the person's fault. If it isn’t their fault then Allah won’t keep them accountable. If blaming has a value, i.e., it identifies where error has taken place, and somebody can correct it in the future, then blaming is permissible, but if it is just blaming for the sake of blaming and putting people down, then it becomes evil and impermissible.< Back to Questions