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  1. تو غنی از ھر دو عالم، من فقیر، روز محشر عذر ھای من پذیر، گر تو می بینی حسابم نہ گزیر،  از  نگاہ مصطفیٰ ﷺ پنھان بگیر

  2. @Wapiti Salam and welcome! A revert myself! I hope you find someone in whom you find comfort, and they find comfort in you too.
  3. This marriage stuff is so complicated man!
  4. Wa alaikum assalamu wa rahmatullahi wa barkatuh, Good riddance. It is impermissible to associate with the fujjar anyway. Thank Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) that He rid you of this evil influence. Not an inch back on the divine laws- have this inscribed in your mind. If that costs 'friends' or even 'family', then so be it. Judgement, reward and recognition are all with Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). For now, focus on your studies peacefully. 'Friends' will happen on their own when the time is right.
  5. In addition to what brother @Zaydism has said, this will depend upon the nature of that particular collection of things, I believe. We cannot say as a rule that the properties of the collection are always different from those of its components. For example a box made of thin tissues may not necessarily be thin, but a candy made of sweet sugar will necessarily be sweet. Two different cases. And then that person will have to establish why one of these scenarios applies to his supposedly eternal universe, and not the other one. Also in many cases, as in law or the social sciences, the composition fallacy doesn't apply. For example a crowd of sentient and intelligent people is treated as a sentient and intelligent entity or what they call a 'legal person' in jurisprudential parlance- an army, a political party, a firm etc even though none of them are actually an ontological human being.
  6. Besides, what even is 'worship'? I mean, if someone is going to declare a huge chunk of Muslims mushrik for allegedly associating with Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) in worship, they'd better have a fool proof, substantiated and undisputed definition of 'worship' itself beforehand. But from experience I know that asking these sort of people to define 'worship' is like asking the wokes to define a 'man/woman'.
  7. A Salafi bookseller I once bought stuff from has been trying to proselytize me. He regularly keeps sending me Salafi content over WhatsApp. I sometimes wonder who's gonna tell him....
  8. Excellent read, mashallah. I've been meaning to finish this book for sometime now but unfortunately haven't managed to do so. Thanks for the recommendations brother.
  9. There's an anecdote related to Shaykh Wahid Khurasani (ha) that comes to the mind. A lady once complained to him that she has been praying to get married for some time, but her prayers are not being answered. She's advancing in age, her brothers tease her, what should she do? The Shaykh contemplated for some time and replied that the wish has been granted, but Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is delaying its fulfilment till the opportune moment appears. It so happens that sometimes that our wish may be granted by Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى), but He may delay its actualization till the time is right for us. For instance, He may well have picked a suitable husband for you, but He's delaying your marriage until the husband is financially stable, or he's finished with his studies, or emotionally mature enough to commit to you for life. The qadar of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is unfathomable. Have patience. Don't be rushed by peer pressure.
  10. Averages are merely (and rather imperfectly) reflections of a trend, and not the basis of some inviolable rule. There's no 'expiry date' as such past which you cannot marry. Don't rush into marriage. People end up regretting it more than regretting not marrying young.
  11. I am one of those people, or maybe even four of them.
  12. I greatly doubt this. The power of propaganda and narrative manufacturing must not be underestimated. When the very paragon (عليه السلام) of worshipping as one ought to was murdered in the mosque of Kufa, people wondered what he was doing in a masjid. Within five decades of the Prophet (S) 's own departure, the beheaded corpse of the grandson (عليه السلام) he'd fondle and pamper in public was trampled upon by horses. Replace AI bots with paid propagandists, and the threads from the two different eras will link perfectly.
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