Plz Help Me Find This (hasanain Rajabali Crying)
Posted 10 March 2012 - 05:55 PM
A few years back i saw a video of Hasanain Rajabali about I think it was about either Mother or parent or something similiar.
It wasnt that long. maybe 10 min. and he began crying when talking about mothers. and about how people join criminal envoirments because there's no love at home etc.
Beautiful video. But I can't find it..
Has anyone seen it or can help me find it? please!!
Posted 21 July 2012 - 11:20 AM
He is Khoja. He resides in Michigan now.
M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
We call ourselves shias. But is there anything we learn from the modesty of the ladies of kerbala ?....Dr Aale Syed
assalam 3la fatimah wa abeha wa b3leha wa baneeha wa sir al moustoud3ee feeha, rouhe elakum al feda2.
الهي كفى بي عزّا أن أكون لك عبدا ، وكفى بي فخرا أن تكون لي ربّا... أنت كما أُحبُّ ، فاجعلني كما تحبُّ اللهم عجل لوليك الفرج يا الله
"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him.. for then it costs nothing to be a patriot".Mark Twain
Posted 22 July 2012 - 11:29 AM
It's the nature of the dunya to be a trial and testing zone so expect challenges and of course what is more basic than the family? So much is set for the individual by the genetics and behavior of their families... and at an age before they are able to deal with it effectively.
The marriage is the architect of the family... a bad marrige or even a mediocre one with parents who don't know how to have a good relationship between themselves let alone children. It's trite to say, but they pass their malfunctions on to eachother and the childeren and the chain never breaks.
o.k. so the family is the architect of the community.... got the picture?
We're always so eager to learn about the shariah, hadith etc and this is sooo important. But everyone even if they think their family was perfect should find a good counselor (good luck finding one) and go over their lives from early on to current times. Get it strait, understnad it and then purge it from our systems in a good way... instead of passing it on to a marriage or children who keep passing it on and on.
If we don't do this, we are like broken, dirty chipped glasses... then pouring the pure water of Shiism into them, it comes out distorted and gives Islam a bad name.
I mean, really, think about it! Let's make ourselves clear, clean vessels for the incredible gift that Allah has given us!
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