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Allah, His Almighty, is totally aware that His creatures will not be able to worship Him as He should be worshipped, or to fear Him as He should be feared, therefore He obligated them to perform what they can. His Almighty says So anyoneneglects, or forgets the possible obligatory remembrance of Allah is a sinner. The Prophet, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him, said: "Any group of people gather at a place, and they end their gathering without remembering Allah, then such a meeting will be a great sorrow and grief on the Day of Judgement." Could there be a grief for anything else, but for neglecting a duty
Anyone falls short of thanking a gift that he realized is a sinner, even if that gift were a sip of water that he has not thanked Allah for. His Almighty says Prophet Muhammad, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him, said to "Abu Baker," and to "O'mar," when they were all driven out of their houses due to hunger, and were invited by an Ansari, who offered them some dates, and cold water: "This is one of those gifts, and you will be asked about on the Day of Judgement." Moreover, whoever disobeys Allah, no matter how small or great his disobedience is, will have to answer to it, unless Allah, His Almighty forgives him. Therefore, if the sin that is attributed to prophets and messengers is related to the latter -namely disobedience, yet not so intentional in disobeying Allah, but as different from the former-or a lapse for a moment of the perpetual remembering, or thanking, then it is not great at all. Prophet Muhammad, Allah' peace and blessings be upon him, said: "My heart is subjected to a Ghan, and I repent to Allah more than a hundred times, a day" 
Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, used to pray in the middle of the night standing till his feet suffer of blisters. When he was asked about it, he, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him said: "Shouldn't I be a thankful slave." Therefore, whoever is aware of Allah's rights upon His creatures, and Allah's right to be glorified, the more His gifts upon His creatures are realized. He becomes certain that Allah, His Almighty's, rights upon His creatures are; to be remembered not forgotten, to be appreciated and thanked not be neglected and blasphemed against, to be obeyed not revolted against, and to be feared as His Almighty should be, then a slave realizes the meaning of disobedience and sin
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