The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wasallam) said: “Ask yourself for a decision, ask your heart for a decision (saying it three times.) Righteousness is that with which the soul is tranquil and the heart is tranquil, but sin is that which rouses suspicion in the soul and is perplexing in the breast, even if people give you a decision in its favour.” [ Mishkat ]
Everyone has inside them the sense to separate right from wrong. What’s more, every individual will be considered responsible for using this sense. It is conceivable to curve realities and get individuals to give the choice that you need to hear, however in the event that your heart fails to find a sense of contentment with the choice, at that point realise that it is in all likelihood sinful for you to follow up on it.
Lamentably, on the off chance that an individual sins enough, at that point the heart turns out to be dead and the capacity to feel restlessness bites the dust.
Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wasallam) stated: “Leave what causes you doubt for that which does not cause you doubt.” [Tirmidhi]
This and many more ahadith in the teaching tell us what the entire religion revolves around: it is the establishment of care (wara) around which rotates assurance; and it brings alleviation from the dim abusiveness of questions and theory.