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    • Interesting. I agree, some of the finest Shi'a I've met are Reverts. Personally, I don't like using the term Revert. Its a label that makes someone out to be something other than what they are. I simply see a Shi'a (regardless of when they became one) as simply my Brother or Sister in Faith.  "A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing" Valid point. I agree with you on this. The same logic applies to any discipline. It reminds me of how random people claim they know everything about the Law. They feel that just because they have heard something from someone or Googled it that they are now Attorneys who can practice Law. Like I said "A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing". If you were to go speak to anyone in Daesh you would get the same response. I remember reading an article by an American Journalist who was a prisoner in a Daesh camp. He clearly stated that none of them could recite a single verse of the Qur'an, leave alone offer the meaning behind it. Its precisely that sort of people that Evilminded people target because they can be easily manipluated. For people with that malicious intent, Ignorance is bliss. The ignorance of others, that is. Knowledge is Power.
    • Why do you think so about NLP? I have already mentioned Samaritans as well. Speaking to Samaritans is a form of phone therapy and I agree depending on how a therapy is executed Samaritans, NLP or any other type of therepeutical approach may suit the brother. We are all different but trust between therapist and client is very important for the therapy to work well that's why I suggested doing the therapy with a friend or family member.  However NLP is very popular, it works for many people and used in many sectors of many industries. It is very applicable in all areas of life from personal to business. I think this particular NLP technique called Reframing is perfect for this brother. 
    • Please elaborate what do you mean by "things" here? Are you talking about religious rulings here? For newly evolved things they do ijtihaad.
    • I don't think it's possible to provide the entire reasoning for every rule. People generally aren't interested in how a ruling is derived. Neither do they have the knowledge needed to understand the derivation. For example, many people do not have an understanding of the system of grading of hadith or ilm al rijal, specially somewhat less relegious people. So it's going to be very complicated and beyond the understanding of a common man to understand how a ruling is derived.   
    • That's your opinion But that of vast majority of scholars say they are najis  I agree most people are filthy too but thsts a different issue 
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