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Fatima Waliyatullah

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Fatima Waliyatullah last won the day on April 22 2013

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  1. Hmm its qouted in one of his published works which i found online from a website. He propably qouted it from there in one of his now written lectures and people qouted him for it. Thanks anyway
  2. Thanks, but i was wondering how they have anything significant to do with this as a whole out of all other similar groups
  3. People are of four: A man who knows and knows that he knows; he is the knowledgeable so follow him. A man who knows and does not know that he knows; he is the forgetful so remind him. A man who does not know and knows that he does not know; he is the ignorant so teach him. And a man who does not know and does not know that he does not know; he is the fool so stay away from him. - Master Ali son of Abu-Talib
  4. "Oh My Lord! grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, the courage to change the things that I can, and wisdom to know the difference."- Ali Shariati
  5. I personally don't see why it would be disrespecting the words of Allah, as long as your not speaking over it while its playing. As proven by even modern science Quran is always useful to listen to even when your not fully focused on the words and even its just playing in the background (just saying its useful not encouraging the act of not listening to it while its playing) and as you said its better than to listen to music. The Quran itself says: "And when the Quran is recited then listen to it and remain silent, that ye may receive mercy." So you be the judge
  6. Here's more resources you might want to use: http://www.islamicbookstore.com/b3580.html http://www.islamicbookstore.com/b1912.html http://www.al-islam.org/al-mizan/v1/ http://www.shiasource.com/al-mizan/ You should also google "Nouman Ali Khan tafseer", he gives pretty good tafseer lectures
  7. Mashallah... bless their souls. Look at their smiles, pride and content self-esteem, this is what the Quran does. If only we all grow up through such a relationship with the Quran and continue life's journey with it Here is a recitation by Ayatollah Tabatabai r.a. the author of the well known Quran tafsir Almizan :
  8. sick vid... this is what humans look like when they fight each other; animals
  9. bump I doesn't look at whose posting I look at the title of a thread :donno: if i find it sounds interesting then yeh. If not then i get the urge of just wanting to get off and get a life :dry:
  10. See post number 897, may help ما مضى فات، وما يأتي فأين؟ قم واغتنم الفرصة بين العدمين "What's gone is past, and what's coming[the future] then to where? Get up and use the chance between the two (non existences)." - Master Abu Turab a.s. (Sorry i might have misinterpreted some words in this hadith) Thinking about the past is a complete waste of time which at times is a result of worrying for the future (which for you is probably worry about punishment not getting forgiveness etc). You should have trust in and understand Allah's unimaginable mercy and focus on improving your presence in the present. You have repented, from your words, and i guess the emotions your going through is part of repentance itself. He has commanded you to perform prayers so you shouldn't disobey Him even more through this regret and depression by not praying or "not being able to". Believe that your past is forgiven and stop thinking about it as it no longer exists so you can focus on the present- which should go for all of us in everything and not only in situations of sinning.
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