i have fear how to stop it..can i stop it using dua??
Yes you can do it by dua http://alrazaak.com/threads/185-Dua-STEADFASTNESS-OF-THE-HEART
This dua is for steadfastness of the heart recite this dua 11 times after every salah
Asalaam o alaikum, Samir, having a strong heart is to have complete faith, trust and reliance in Allah. It is a matter of making Allah your close friend and guide. Make dua and ask for strength in iman, and banish what fears you have.
The prophet Muhammad,saw, and those prior to him, were sent as examples of the strength that they possessed. We have Muhammad,saw, as our role model today, and the Hadiths and Quran to guide us. We must therefore take heed and carry ourselves as righteously as we can, to emulate the Prophets.
By following the simple tasks set down for us to abide by make us strong and resilient. We become un-beguiled by the lure of the world around us, and make every effort to fulfill our duties.
Perform your 5 daily prayers, read the Quran daily, do zikr often, and hold your tongue firm, and make all actions of account for good. There are 6 duties that the Prophet Muhammad,saw, stated that we should always do, say salaam on greeting people, if we are invited to someones house, then take up the invitation, if someone seeks advice, then offer your advice, if some one sneezes, then return with Yarhamukallah, if someone is sick, then visit them, and if someone dies, then go to there Janazah/ funeral.
The basics of strength and iman are to make simple actions, keep remembrance of Allah, and have true faith and trust in Allah. Say: ‘Allah is enough for me. All those who truly trust put their trust in Him.’ (Surat az-Zumar, 38)
A believer who has submitted to Allah is sure that Allah will never leave him without help, will never impose a heavier burden than he can bear and will eventually reward him with paradise. The result is the strongest person in the world, who fears nothing and nobody apart from our Almighty Allah. The strength possessed, by Allah’s leave, by believers who live by the maturity of faith bestowed by love of and submission to Allah, is described thus in the Qur’an:
They say, ‘If we return to Madina, the mightier will drive out the inferior.’ But all might belongs to Allah and to His Messenger and the believers. But the hypocrites do not know this. (Surat al-Munafiqun, 8)
Almighty Allah reveals in verses that Muslims must never fall prey to despair and defeatism in the face of threats from unbelievers and the other difficulties they encounter:
Those to whom people said, ‘The people have gathered against you, so fear them.’ But that merely increased their belief and they said, ‘Allah is enough for us and the Best of Guardians.’ (Surat Al-Imran, 173)