Accordingly, here are sliders with the 5 pillars and we only have to move the sliders to draw the bar and line graphs as to how good or competent we are in these five pillars.
Though we said we do not know how Allah The Most Wise, and The Best of Judges will judge us on the Last Day, we can hope and do our own Self Assessments for each of the pillars of Islam separately. Accordingly, here is a table defining the different levels of assessment for the Creed or Shahada: the first pillar of Islam:
|Description of Self Assessment Level for Shahada||Level No. & Name|
|I know everything about Shahada but I have never invited anyone to Islam in my life!||1. Aware|
|I tell about the Shahada & invite people to Islam only if someone demands it from me!||2. React|
|I talk about the Shahada & invite people to Islam only when there is a ceremony, or a function.||3. Act Ocassionally|
|I invite people to & Islam every time, but forget whenever I am busy, or have friends visiting||4. Act Continously|
|Inviting people to & Islam is my life! I am as good as the best in the world!||5. Lifestyle|
So, the highest practice level possible in any Pillar of Islam is: Level 5
No graph drawn if total > 25 or = 0.
Remember: It is more about constantly improving your practices in the five pillars of Islam than just doing the Self Assessments
Also, everyone of us can do our own Self-Assessment (SA) of their competency level on this scale of one to five levels in each of the practices of the pillars of Islam, in striving to get closer to Allah, our Creator.
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