Gaius I. Caesar

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  1. I would do: David Robinson-C Tim Duncan-PF Shareef Abdur-Raheem-SF Manu Ginobili-SG John Stockton-PG
  2. Yes, I do, do you? Who the hell beheads his brother in Islam over a difference in fiqh, madhab and and aqidah and takes upon himself to declare them a kufar? An insane person, that's who. I cannot believe what I am reading from you, I am extremely disappointed in you. ISIS members are far, far away from being perfectly normal or near normal human beings.
  3. A legitimate psychiatrist would never hand out medicine like candy, like the way your school psychiatrist did. They usually talk to the patient, ask questions on how they are feeling, consult family history and after a few sessions, decide whether the appropriate treatment is a change of lifestyle or medicine. They have to listen for certain symptoms. http://www.webmd.com/depression/guide/depression-diagnosis#2
  4. People who kill themselves over a bad grade, relationships or a job have a brief moment of insanity that leads to the suicide. When they plan to kill themselves, they cannot see the irrationality of their actions. It takes people like you and me to bring them back to reality, by showing the errors of their actions. Now people with clinical depression can take medicine to balance the serotonin in the brain. They are just like you and me, except that they have legit depression and without the medicine it can be severely debilitating to the point that they simply will not function properly. In fact, it wasn't long ago in American history, that we used take such people, commit them into mental asylums and electrocute them with shock therapy in an attempt to cure them, Mohamed. ^Next time, somebody says that they are depressed and want to kill themselves over being rejected, bad grades or bad job, mention this to them and watch how quickly they shut up. I agree with Bro Reisiger, I don't think we should expect mercy from Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì, if we don't pity the suffering of others.
  5. I didn't say that at all, brother. I said that it is not normal, irrational and a sin. You, on the other hand want to argue with me that doing suicide/self-murder is the act of a normal person for sake of debating and arguing, so I will ask you in terms of fiqh, is suicide the course action of a rational adult with basirah?
  6. No, nothing about these people committing this sin in the first place is normal. It is highly irrational and selfish to kill yourself, it is not the norm in human behavior and forbidden by Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì. Merely thinking about killing yourself is not normal, what makes such a person normal? It is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, does that sound like the thought process of an average human being to you? It goes against the laws of nature that Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì established and not to mention a violation of Allah's right over us; Only He decides when your life ends. Something has gone terribly wrong in their ability to think rationally and disturb them enough that they decide to kill themselves. It is a selfish cry for help and a severe momentary lapse of reason. They need help and a good dose of reality. Nothing is ever normal about suicide, why do you think coroners list suicide as an "unnatural cause of death", hmm? I'm simply astounded by your immature comment.
  7. I don't get it, explain to me what part doesn't represent Islam?
  8. I miss it too but live in the now, not in the past.
  9. Still, there's nothing normal about these reasons and for number four, that's mostly stupid people who think they can survive a bear attack to prove their "manhood", the intention is never to die in the first place.
  10. Allahumma salli ala Muhammadin wa ali Muhammadin wa aj'jil faraja hum.
  11. Yes, but you can avoid social media without an old person's phone, you know?
  12. I agree 110%, I just thought that I would never read burqa and sleep around in the same sentence.
  13. @starlight Really, interesting.
  14. I had a feeling that you worked for a suicide prevention hotline,you have a counselor-like tone to your posts and have lots of common sense. Shame to hear that you got desensitized by threats of suicide, I was considering working for a suicide/abuse prevention hotline.
  15. I agree suicide is a very selfish action and haram but it's often not what they want but a sense of desperation, lack of self-worth, unbearable pressure to succeed or belonging that drives people to kill themselves from what I understand. The problem could be anything, it could be minor or it be something really major and I can assure you that some suicidal people do consider their families when committing suicide and do it so they can remove themselves because they think/feel that they are a burden to their families. It's not that simple to assume that they are selfish because it is like you said, we don't know what they are going through. Please don't take it the wrong way but how dare you make light of people who take pills and are not suicidal or marginalize those are suffering internally in comparison to people who suffer the hardships of this world with a smile. Some people are strong, some are not. That's life for you. Usually what helps is not a mental health facility or pills but someone who can listen to their burdens, they need a sounding board, a lot of patience and firm guidance so they can realize how devastating and selfish their course of action is. Otherwise, I agree with notme, keep your opinions to yourself. I remember one time, I was with my mom at an Avon meeting and the woman was showing a picture of angel in the heavens and she was it was inspired by a friend who committed suicide and she was saying things like "I like to think of the angel as my friend waiting for me in Heaven." And I wanted to say "Well actually, your friend is not in heaven waiting for you but burning in hell because she killed herself." but I didn't because would have been very tactless and extremely hurtful to the woman because I could tell that even though it was a long time ago, she was still grieving and the thought of seeing her friend in heaven made her feel better and possibly helped with the grieving process. I don't, notme, I see it as a selfish cry for help. The person isn't selfish, the act of committing suicide is selfish.