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Is it appropriate to send blessings to the Prophet?

It is a common practice to recite durood (greetings, blessings and salutations) on the Prophet.

 

The Qur'an is a guide that regulates all practices and the ethics and ideas we carry must all be based from there. If a believer feels a practice violates an ethic or a principle of the Qur'an, he or she should find the courage to adjust that practice, but not necessarily annihilate the entire practice. How does a believer have the Quranic criterion of the judgement of his practices if he does not study the Qur'an directly? One first has to understand the Qur'an in order to judge everything he sees and does: