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The loss of a loved one is a time when a person may be overwhelmed with grief, and many customs surrounding bereavement reflect the depth of the feeling of loss. Wailing, eulogizing (i.e. praising the deceased excessively) and tearing ones garments are all customs which were well known at the time of Jâhiliyyah, and are still common among some Muslims.
Taken from the Book: Dua: The Weapon of the Believer: - To summarise, then, Divine Decree (qadr) cannot be used as an excuse not to make dua. For, just as one strives to ensure that one attains worldly needs, of food, drink and family, so too must one strive in ones religious deeds to attain the desired goal. Dua is intrinsically related to qadr; in fact, it is a part of ones qadr.