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-SeeKeR-

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  1. Salam sis, can you please unregister me, thanks...:)

    1. ~RuQaYaH~

      ~RuQaYaH~

      salam sis, sorry havent been on in a while...u still wanna be unregistered?

  2. War Scenario: Iran Vs. Pakistan

    Iran Its not about power or weapons, rather eeman. Iranian military is stronger.
  3. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Thought: "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it and those who cannot forget it are forced to relive it"
  4. :wacko: For more details: http://spiritual-pak...ource=BP_recent
  5. Eid Ghadeer Mubarak

    Praise be to Allah, who blessed us to be among -those who cling and hold to the "Wilayaat" (love, friendship and authority) of Ameer Al Momineen and all the Imams, peace be on them all. Eid Ghadeer Mubarak to everyone...:)
  6. Recurring Nightmares.

    (wasalam) Not sure about religious reasons, but when i faced something like this i recited tasbeeh zahra(s.a) before sleeping and asking her to let me have a peaceful sleep. It worked for me at that time, maybe you can try that. And also making a conscious effort to sleep with wudhu.
  7. What might be the reason for you feeling like this? Have you encountered some problem or issue that is making you feel this way or is this just a general feeling. For the former, its normal to feel empty when we get trapped in lots of problems. Actually that's one of the purposes of such problems(tests) to see if we can rise above them and become more inclined towards religion OR lose our way. At times like this its better to see some motivating stuff and read up on the lives of holy personalities or their companions to see the level of problems they faced. The important thing is to keep on remembering that Allah(swt) loves us; that's the best hope and remedy to remove that emptiness. Some advice for curing grief: 1.Take a bath with cool water, and especially pour it over the head; Imam Ali (a.s.) says, ‘Whoever has grief that he is unable to identify, let him wash his head. 2. Wash the clothes and remove bad smells, which means cleanliness in general; Imam Ali (a.s.) says, ‘Washing one’s clothes takes away grief and sorrow. 3. Mention Allah a lot, especially by saying “there is no power save in Allah”; the Prophet (S) says, ‘saying “there is no power save in Allah” has a cure for ninety-nine illnesses, the least of which is grief. Imam as-Sadiq (a.s.) says, ‘If grief increases, you should mention “there is no power save in Allah.”’Take a bath with cool water, and especially pour it over the head; Imam Ali (a.s.) says, ‘Whoever has grief that he is unable to identify, let him wash his head. ref:http://www.al-islam.org/better_future/61.htm The Holy Prophet said, 'The believer is like the earth: people obtain benefits from it while they are on it.' Whoever cannot endure people's harsh rudeness will not reach Allah's good pleasure, because His pleasure is closely linked with people's antipathy.-[lantern of the path] For the latter you just have to wait it out, maybe its just the evil whispering of Satan to make you feel bad. Do some positive activities and try to talk to some wise people who would transfer their good energy to you.
  8. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Thought: Once you have learned to enter your inner kingdom, you have a special retreat within that is always available to you
  9. ^This is the reply i got from one of my uncle's when i forwarded your link to him...the bold part really made me laugh... :Hijabi: Although to his credit he did mail PTI people asking them to recall the invitation of ijaz from SSP rally. Am looking forward to what they say in response, if they even bother.
  10. The Secret Documents-Recovered from the US embassy in Tehran Complied by Ali Abid
  11. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    ^ Oh yeah i did mean that...lol didnt know you were one of those "cruelty against animal" people. Well i will be careful to talk about sacrificial animals from now on... :angel:
  12. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Ooooohk.... :blink: bro...is that supposed to carry some connotative meaning in some other language cuz in urdu it simply means that the time has come for the goats to become silent. Apologies if it carried some hidden meaning. Thought: Gulab Jaman disaster... :Hijabi:
  13. Dengue & Drone

    You understand Urdu?!
  14. ^ because we should always seek perfection in deen, and the perfection of hijab lies in the fact that we cover more, as much as the circumstances allow. After all the standard of perfection set by Bibi Fatima(a.s) is that the best woman is one whom no namharam has seen nor has she seen one.
  15. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Thought: Time for all the bakras to be silent...:P
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