Zarla

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About Zarla

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  1. Just because you offer salah doesn't mean it will get accepted. You are kept away from sins as long as your prayers are being accepted.
  2. Salam. Congrats on being a Mod! :) 

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      Zarla

      Wa Alaikum Assalam, brother. Thank you! :) 

  3. ^That's crazy. I can't imagine swallowing even one!
  4. Like @notme said, stop using Snapchat. Stop sending unnecessary messages to guys. Also, try to better understand the purpose of the Hijab - why do you wear the Hijab? Once you have understood this, you will subsequently be able to act or behave in ways that will reflect the true purpose of the Hijab. This will hopefully also prevent you from getting into undesirable situations (e.g., a non-mahram seeing your hair).
  5. Very rarely. What do you spend most of your money on?
  6. Most people in Australia will be starting their fast on Sunday.
  7. Congrats sis.
  8. اللهم صل على محمد وآل محمد وعجل فرجهم
  9. Thank you for this eloquently written poem. May Allah enable us all to practice kindness, peace and faithfulness in our lives.
  10. Salam sis, Don't change the way you dress in order to change other people's perception of you. I guarantee you that even if you do that, people will still find something negative to talk about. Do what you think is right not what you think people will like. Wear the Hijab to please the Creator not the creation. I know it can be hard not to care about what others think of you, but always keep in mind that with struggles there are rewards, especially if you are doing it for the sake of Allah.
  11. I have watched this! He makes some great points. I don't know why some females here felt the need to get defensive while none of the things you mentioned were wrong. Anyway.
  12. Yes, you are allowed to do that as long as it is one complete Surah after Surah Al-Hamd in each of the first two Rak'ats of obligatory prayers and it is not a Surah that contains verses of wajib Sajdah.
  13. So, in other words, there is no "female brain" or "male brain" as some like to say. We have the same brain, however, some brain structures vary slightly between males and females. Does that make sense?
  14. This falls within the "Nature vs. Nurture" debate. Do females behave differently because their brains are wired differently? Or is it because of environmental factors and the fact that they are raised differently? It is most likely that both play a role in shaping a person. Hence, we can't attribute their behavioural tendencies solely to the way their brains function. It is a product of both. However, the question is, which one has a bigger influence? Nature might initiate the process, but is it the main factor at play? It might be so, and this is because you see a similar pattern when observing different females. However, men and women do not have different brains. It is just that there are 'gender differences' in the human brain. Problems arise when men and women do not understand each other's biological or psychological/behavioural differences.