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Ali-F last won the day on July 18 2014

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About Ali-F

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    Twelver, but call me a muslim.

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  1. What is your goal today?

    Goals: - I will complete my to-do-list for today. This includes deciding if I want to accept this job interview or not. - Continue pray 6 qadha' prayers (I made a decision to pray my about 200 fajr qadha' prayers). I pray 2 after each salah. 6 a day. I am down to 90 prayers - yah!
  2. I can't imagine. May Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى safeguard us from fasad.
  3. Back then (when I was a kid) I loved New Years eve. Fireworks, loud noises and good food. Now I realize that people in the West (young generation) usually celebrate with alcohol and so on. The worst part is that even Muslims participate in this (+ Shia-muslims). They gather around alcohol, loud music and perhaps women. God forbid they may also drink alcohol. Personally a Muslim (who I know) admitted on Snapchat that he drank wine. As a Muslim, who strive to do good and follow the path of God, I find these gatherings sad. Where are we left? Some (including me) don't have other likeminded people in the city. We may find it difficult actually to find someone who follows the path of God. This makes me wonder what we have of solutions? And no, I'm not lonely. I have non-Muslim friends and also Muslims (however not 'good Muslims). I also have a happy life but New Years Eve makes me quite hopeless: Is the Muslim youth in a crisis? Why the alcohol and party? Why not doing other halal things? Arghhhh.
  4. What is your goal today?

    Begin running and starting a healthy lifestyle.
  5. Masturbaition in mind

    It is very good that you feel remorse. Repent and Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى will forgive those who repent.
  6. This is not the place where you state your opinion. This is law, which our scholars derive from our books.
  7. What do you do when you're home alone?

    Are you serious? The brother is clearly talking about being alone in the sense of physical human interaction. Everyone knows that Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى is watching us.
  8. What do you do when you're home alone?

    If I don't have work that day, this is what I usually could do: - Reading Islamic Books (Tafsir al-Mizan). - Reading non-Islamic Books. For example, reading something about philosophy, law etc - Listening to Islamic Lectures - Going outside to run - Thinking about my future, what I want to study e.t.c. - Be with friends (or Snapchat/Messenger to keep contact).
  9. Yeah, correct. I was laid off. Hobbies, well, it is basically football lol. What I didn't have time to was to take a driving license. I need to begin on that.
  10. Thank you. I will most definitely go to ziyarah one day. -.- Difficult in my situation, dear brother. Very good. Thank you. I need to start getting fit. Bro I already have a part-time job. I lost my full-time job. Still too young. My CV is not that great. Ahsanti. I will most definitely learn more Quran. Thanks for the laugh bro
  11. Yeah, socializing with friends is no problem. You can't, however, do this every day. They also have a job etc.
  12. Haha, maybe I wrote that. I don't remember. This time it is different. I finished school etc. Training is quite important. I need to start exercising again.
  13. I have a part-time job left. This still means that I have too much free time
  14. I took a gap year (cool yeah?), and thought I would earn some money to help me in the future. Basically, I was fired after some months (with some others), because it was too expensive for the company to keep us. So, some of my plans broke down, which quite frankly sucks. However, I do now have too much free time (unexpected free time). I'm a bit confused. What should I use my time on? I want to be productive and not watch Youtube all the day. Thank you very much brothers and sisters - I need your advices!
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