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    • It depends, as you know the book has a number of Du'as and Ziyarat some of which are unanimously accepted within the Shia circle such as Du'a Kumayl and the supplications of Imam Sajjad ((عليه السلام)), however, you see Ziyarat, such as Ziyarat Ashura which are contested within the twelver circle itself. Therefore, it depends on what Du'a, Ziyarat, etc you are looking to verify. Absolutely not.
    • I experienced something very similar. In that I saw the logic in every groups arguments. The steps I took was to know my limits eg it wasnt possible for me to go an verify every hadith. Once I knew my limits I used the strength I had to go through each groups fundamentals. What is it that they say I must believe in. Then I looked at the proofs presented for those "essential" beleifs. I settled on the group that I felt could proove all the beleifs they claimed essential with minimal effort. I was avoiding mental gymnastics and obscure hadith.
    • Yes. The responsibility that married life brings with it is immense. It is not easy to fulfill all the duties of married life so easily. Marriage is considered half of religion. Can we expect that this half of religion will be completed without going through any hardships? Presicely because the burden of marriage is so great that one who agrees to bear this burden is considered as having completed half his religion and is also rewarded by Allah with the comforts that married life brings with it. Otherwise, if marriage had not provided any comfort, then completing this half of religion would have been an even more difficult target to achieve. 
    • According to @jmblanquer , "students [Muslims, inevitably] refuse to have lessons in classes with red furniture because red would be the color of the devil"
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