In Islam, hope (Raja) is the belief and expectation in the mercy, forgiveness, and rewards of Allah. It is the feeling of optimism and trust in Allah's guidance and assistance. Hope motivates believers to seek righteousness, do good deeds, and remain steadfast in difficult times. Islam teaches that hope should not be based solely on wishful thinking, but on faith in Allah's infinite mercy and compassion. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, "None of you should die except while having good expectations from Allah" (Bukhari). Islamic hope is not passive; it encourages believers to take action and strive for success in this life and the Hereafter. With hope, a believer remains optimistic and steadfast, relying on Allah's support and guidance.


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