Junaid Jamshed: It’s been a roller-coaster journey; it’s not been easy. I commanded lots of recognize, love and affection from all elements of society and i believed this reputation and glamour changed into given for a purpose as I had continually maintained that i was an average singer and others were better than me. So, I used to experience that there is a capture to all of this.
After a time frame, when I noticed Muslims all around the international suffering in one form or any other, it started out to play on my thoughts. I began sitting with religious scholars who were ever so engrossed in how the Ummah ought to come out of this decline. The very notion that they were considering me, my circle of relatives and the entire Ummah turned into very noble. right here, i was residing in a very egocentric international; all we did changed into think about ourselves and now not care about everybody else. All that affected me.
music turned into in my blood. after I were given married, I informed my spouse, “i like you a lot however by no means, never try and come among me and my track!” thankfully, she never did; so we’re nonetheless married!
every human has a navigator that tells you what’s right or wrong; in case you don’t pay attention to this navigator, after some time, its stops announcing some thing. someone asked the Messenger of Allah (pbuh), “what is proper and what is incorrect?” The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) stated, “Your coronary heart will let you know what is proper and wrong”. So, something inner me used to inform me that what i’m doing isn’t always proper.
there has been confusion. sooner or later, i might go to a live performance and say this is right; singing songs is the satisfactory manner of recovery a wounded coronary heart. Then, i’d come again and realize that the track i used to be doing was admonished not just through the Prophet (pbuh) and his companions however by means of the primary students and sheikhs.