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Abdul Zahra

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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Zaidism in Post Your Favourite Poems   
    The intellectual is always showing off,
    the lover is always getting lost.
    The intellectual runs away.
    afraid of drowning;
    the whole business of love
    is to drown in the sea.
    Intellectuals plan their repose;
    lovers are ashamed to rest.
    The lover is always alone.
    even surrounded by people;
    like water and oil, he remains apart.
    The man who goes to the trouble
    of giving advice to a lover
    get nothing. He's mocked by passion.
    Love is like musk. It attracts attention.
    Love is a tree, and the lovers are its shade.
    - Rumi
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Mzwakhe in Daily Amal   
    (bismillah)
    (wasalam)
    I will try to keep it going for as long as i can inshallah
    wa iyyaki
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from von Lohengramm in Your Own Captured Photos   
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from 12reasons4truth. in Farsi (Only) Noha / Latmiyya   
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Baseeji- in Are You Thirsty?   
    Salam alaikum
    Bismillah
    I will inshallah continue, my dear family. I am unfortunately not good at the Spanish language.
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Ali.Isa in "I'm Spiritual But Not Religious"   
    Salam Alaikom
    Some main reasons that could have lead to people saying such things are:
    1. Satan has mislead them and used them for his purpose
    2. Their own nafs-self, ego, psyche - is not favorable, they are not complete human being, or if they are human being, they are defective human beings and are sick. Their ego is their enemy and they do not care and bother themselves.
    3. They are ignorant and have not enough knowledge about their religion, and life in earth, they may even think they are here to play games. They need to have a friend named book.
    4. Hub l-Dunya- love of this world - in the heart and all different corruption manifested in their mind by corrupt friends, people like themselves or worse that they may spread by word or act without research and fekr-reflection - to their doing.
    Spirituality and religiosity is part of religion. Maybe if we closely observe it is the same thing with different terming, if we keep out the wrong explanation and misunderstandings about the two terms. if one imagines a religious human being it means: doing a lot of worship and even have clothes that the Imam of our time likes, but you know still there is something wrong with him, maybe the wrong is he is like a marja in outer appearance, or the wrong is i do not see any spirituality, i see wahabi. oh, who cares if the guy/girl prays night prayer still maybe we do not consider the person spiritual! Or if someone is spiritual i see maybe oh he/she likes to go in a cave, not spiritual cave, actual real cave, you seat in a stone, if Imam Ali sleep on dust-or have a simple rug- you sleep on stone. Or we make spirituality a case for materiality-physicality, the opposite of spirituality, that is instead of using akhlaq to do tahzib nafs-training your self - and not simple using 'outer spirituality' to live better from material perspective. Intellectual physicality brings spirituality because it makes one near Allah. And ignorant spirituality brings materiality, and takes you away from Allah. If they deviated sufis, buddists, or other new false mystical paths brings and makes us spiritual than what does our religion do. And we can also say that if Muawiya Curse upon Him is intellectual and not cunning, than what is our Imam Mahdi Peace upon Him.
    Our religion has three parts that is akhlaq-moral -, aqaid-belief - and fiqh-islamic law -, if any of them is missing than you do not perform your religion completely and will not gain the satisfactory result of spending your life for your religion even if it be islam let alone other religion; that some are defective/handicap and other from core and root, rotting and evil respectively.   
    Irfan is the inner akhlaq and akhlaq is the outer irfan. This is the spiritual side of religion that has to do with spirit directly and indirectly with nafs and body. One time we divide human into female and male, it is a kind of division. But another time we divide human into spirit-ruh - soul-nafs - and body-jism/badan -, and this is another kind of division, so a religion has to do with human and human includes spirit, soul and body.
    And something must be noted here extra that the division here is made for the purpose to learn and understand and not that there is no unity between them. Intellectual division brings peace and ignorant division brings fight grudge and war and they are of different kind and so called levels... Everything is connected with everything, all creation is connected to each other, the unity is really strong. If we say religion is not connected to politics or spirituality and religiosity is not connected and if we bring proof than maybe basically we can say no God exists and we are on our own.                         
    These two sources are pretty good to read one is in english and the other in farsi:
    http://alhaydari.org.uk/difference-%CA%BFirfan-practical-gnosis1-akhlaq-ethics/
    http://makarem.ir/main.aspx?lid=0&typeinfo=42&catid=30428&pageindex=0&mid=341523
    Notes: PUT A 'MAYBE' BEFORE EVERY WORD you read.
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Irfani313 in "I'm Spiritual But Not Religious"   
    Spirituality without Islam and its laws is waswasa. Had it had any value, Prophet and Imams would have done it, but they didn't.  
    I see lots of people trying to gain elevation through dancing, wearing dirty clothes, not cleansing, remaining minimally clothed or naked, not taking showers etc., and claim to gain closeness to Allah's swt. I disagree fully and I attribute anything that they have attained is the waswasa or the trick of accursed one. Anybody telling you otherwise is lying to you and have no comprehension of Allah swt. 
    Most of Sunni sages have been guilty of such as well who claim to be elevating by music, or one such Ghaus who claimed to remained in state of wudhu for 15 years, if true, how was he betting his kids? 
    The path to spiritual elevation and closeness to Allah swt is specially crowded by all things Satanic, because after all this is the end goal of all the purpose of the normal humanity (not the Illeyeen, but the normal humans like you and I). 
    So the path is specially mined with so many superficial potholes, so as to distract us from treading the right way. All the while right way is so obvious to see, so easy to follow, and has 12 guides and protectors inviting humanity to grab the right hand and be succeeded, most important of all, the 12th one alive and actively pursuing such guidance. 
     
     
     
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Baseeji- in Are You Thirsty?   
    Salam
    Im definitely interested, its been really helpful so far.
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from LeftCoastMom in Post Your Favourite Poems   
    The intellectual is always showing off,
    the lover is always getting lost.
    The intellectual runs away.
    afraid of drowning;
    the whole business of love
    is to drown in the sea.
    Intellectuals plan their repose;
    lovers are ashamed to rest.
    The lover is always alone.
    even surrounded by people;
    like water and oil, he remains apart.
    The man who goes to the trouble
    of giving advice to a lover
    get nothing. He's mocked by passion.
    Love is like musk. It attracts attention.
    Love is a tree, and the lovers are its shade.
    - Rumi
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Mzwakhe in Rules Of Love   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
    I stumbled across this earlier and thought it was worth sharing:
    “Rule 1
    How we see God is a direct reflection of how we see ourselves. If God brings to mind mostly fear and blame, it means there is too much fear and blame welled inside us. If we see God as full of love and compassion, so are we.
    Rule 2
    The path to the Truth is a labour of the heart, not of the head. Make your heart your primary guide! Not your mind. Meet, challenge and ultimately prevail over your nafs with your heart. Knowing your ego will lead you to the knowledge of God.
    Rule 3
    You can study God through everything and everyone in the universe, because God is not confined in a mosque, synagogue or church. But if you are still in need of knowing where exactly His abode is, there is only one place to look for him: in the heart of a true lover.
    Rule 4
    Intellect and love are made of different materials. Intellect ties people in knots and risks nothing, but love dissolves all tangles and risks everything. Intellect is always cautious and advices, ‘Beware too much ecstasy’, whereas love says, ‘Oh, never mind! Take the plunge!’ Intellect does not easily break down, whereas love can effortlessly reduce itself to rubble. But treasures are hidden among ruins. A broken heart hides treasures.
    Rule 5
    Most of problems of the world stem from linguistic mistakes and simple misunderstanding. Don’t ever take words at face value. When you step into the zone of love, language, as we know it becomes obsolete. That which cannot be put into words can only be grasped through silence.
    Rule 6
    Loneliness and solitude are two different things. When you are lonely, it is easy to delude yourself into believing that you are on the right path. Solitude is better for us, as it means being alone without feeling lonely. But eventually it is the best to find a person who will be your mirror. Remember only in another person’s heart can you truly see yourself and the presence of God within you.
    Rule 7
    Whatever happens in your life, no matter how troubling things might seem, do not enter the neighbourhood of despair. Even when all doors remain closed, God will open up a new path only for you. Be thankful! It is easy to be thankful when all is well. A Sufi is thankful not only for what he has been given but also for all that he has been denied.
    Rule 8
    Patience does not mean to passively endure. It means to look at the end of a process. What does patience mean? It means to look at the thorn and see the rose, to look at the night and see the dawn. Impatience means to be shortsighted as to not be able to see the outcome. The lovers of God never run out of patience, for they know that time is needed for the crescent moon to become full.
    Rule 9
    East, west, south, or north makes little difference. No matter what your destination, just be sure to make every journey a journey within. If you travel within, you’ll travel the whole wide world and beyond.
    Rule 10
    The midwife knows that when there is no pain, the way for the baby cannot be opened and the mother cannot give birth. Likewise, for a new self to be born, hardship is necessary. Just as clay needs to go through intense heat to become strong, Love can only be perfected in pain.
    Rule 11
    The quest for love changes user. There is no seeker among those who search for love who has not matured on the way. The moment you start looking for love, you start to change within and without.
    Rule 12
    There are more fake gurus and false teachers in this world than the number of stars in the visible universe. Don’t confuse power-driven, self-centered people with true mentors. A genuine spiritual master will not direct your attention to himself or herself and will not expect absolute obedience or utter admiration from you, but instead will help you to appreciate and admire your inner self. True mentors are as transparent as glass. They let the light of God pass through them.
    Rule 13
    Try not to resist the changes, which come your way. Instead let life live through you. And do not worry that your life is turning upside down. How do you know that the side you are used to is better than the one to come?
    Rule 14
    God is busy with the completion of your work, both outwardly and inwardly. He is fully occupied with you. Every human being is a work in progress that is slowly but inexorably moving toward perfection. We are each an unfinished work of art both waiting and striving to be completed. God deals with each of us separately because humanity is fine art of skilled penmanship where every single dot is equally important for the entire picture.
    Rule 15
    It’s easy to love a perfect God, unblemished and infallible that He is. What is far more difficult is to love fellow human being with all their imperfections and defects. Remember, one can only know what one is capable of loving. There is no wisdom without love. Unless we learn to love God’s creation, we can neither truly love nor truly know God.
    Rule 16
    Real faith is the one inside. The rest simply washes off. There is only one type of dirt that cannot be cleansed with pure water, and that is the stain of hatred and bigotry contaminating the soul. You can purify your body through abstinence and fasting, but only love will purify your heart.
    Rule 17
    The whole universe is contained within a single human being-you. Everything that you see around, including the things that you might not be fond of and even the people you despise or abhor, is present within you in varying degrees. Therefore, do not look for Sheitan outside yourself either. The devil is not an extraordinary force that attacks from without. It is an ordinary voice within. If you set to know yourself fully, facing with honesty and hardness.
    Rule 18
    If you want to change the ways others treat you, you should first change the way you treat yourself, fully and sincerely, there is no way you can be loved. Once you achieve that stage, however, be thankful for every thorn that others might throw at you. It is a sign that you will soon be showered in roses.
    Rule 19
    Fret not where the road will take you. Instead concentrate on the first step. That is the hardest part and that is what you are responsible for. Once you take that step let everything do what it naturally does and the rest will follow. Don’t go with the flow. Be the flow.
    Rule 20
    We were all created in His image, and yet we were each created different and unique. No two people are alike. No hearts beat to the same rhythm. If God had wanted everyone to be the same, He would have made it so. Therefore, disrespecting differences and imposing your thoughts on others is an amount to disrespecting God’s holy scheme.
    Rule 21
    When a true lover of God goes into a tavern, the tavern becomes his chamber of prayer, but when a wine bibber goes into the same chamber, it becomes his tavern. In everything we do, it is our hearts that make the difference, not our outer appearance. Sufis do not judge other people on how they look or who they are. When a Sufi stares at someone, he keeps both eyes closed instead opens a third eye – the eye that sees the inner realm.
    Rule 22
    Life is a temporary loan and this world is nothing but a sketchy imitation of Reality. Only children would mistake a toy for the real thing. And yet human beings either become infatuated with the toy or disrespectfully break it and throw it aside. In this life stay away from all kinds of extremities, for they will destroy your inner balance. Sufis do not go to extremes. A Sufi always remains mild and moderate.
    Rule 23
    The human being has a unique place among God’s creation. “I breathed into him of My Spirit,” God says. Each and every one of us without exception is designed to be God’s delegate on earth. Ask yourself, just how often do you behave like a delegate, if you ever do so? Remember, it fells upon each of us to discover the divine spirit inside and live by it.
    Rule 24
    Hell is in the here and now. So is heaven. Quit worrying about hell or dreaming about heaven, as they are both present inside this very moment. Every time we fall in love, we ascend to heaven. Every time we hate, envy or fight someone we tumble straight into the fires of hell.
    Rule 25
    Each and every reader comprehends the Holy Qur’an on a different level of tandem with the depth of his understanding. There are four levels of insight. The first level is the outer meaning and it is the one that the majority of the people are content with. Next is the Batin – the inner level. Third, there is the inner of the inner. And the fourth level is so deep it cannot be put into words and is therefore bound to remain indescribable.
    Rule 26
    The universe is one being. Everything and everyone is interconnected through an invisible web of stories. Whether we are aware of it or not, we are all in a silent conversation. Do no harm. Practice compassion. And do not gossip behind anyone’s back – not even a seemingly innocent remark! The words that come out of our mouths do not vanish but are perpetually stored in infinite space and they will come back to us in due time. One man’s pain will hurt us all. One man’s joy will make everyone smile.
    Rule 27
    Whatever you speak, good or evil, will somehow come back to you. Therefore, if there is someone who harbours ill thoughts about you, saying similarly bad things about him will only make matters worse. You will be locked in a vicious circle of malevolent energy. Instead for forty days and nights say and think nice things about that person. Everything will be different at the end of 40 days, because you will be different inside.
    Rule 28
    The past is an interpretation. The future is on illusion. The world does not more through time as if it were a straight line, proceeding from the past to the future. Instead time moves through and within us, in endless spirals. Eternity does not mean infinite time, but simply timelessness. If you want to experience eternal illumination, put the past and the future out of your mind and remain within the present moment.
    Rule 29
    Destiny doesn’t mean that your life has been strictly predetermined. Therefore, to live everything to the fate and to not actively contribute to the music of the universe is a sign of sheer ignorance. The music of the universe is all pervading and it is composed on 40 different levels. Your destiny is the level where you play your tune. You might not change your instrument but how well to play is entirely in your hands.
    Rule 30
    The true Sufi is such that even when he is unjustly accused, attacked and condemned from all sides, he patiently endures, uttering not a sing bad word about any of his critics. A Sufi never apportions blame. How can there be opponents or rivals or even “others” when there is no “self” in the first place? How can there be anyone to blame when there is only One?
    Rule 31
    If you want to strengthen your faith, you will need to soften inside. For your faith to be rock solid, your heart needs to be as soft as a feather. Through an illness, accident, loss or fright, one way or another, we are all faced with incidents that teach us how to become less selfish and judgmental and more compassionate and generous. Yet some of us learn the lesson and manage to become milder, while some others end up becoming even harsher than before…
    Rule 32
    Nothing should stand between you and God. No imams, priests, rabbits or any other custodians of moral or religious leadership. Not spiritual masters and not even your faith. Believe in your values and your rules, but never lord them over others. If you keep breaking other people’s hearts, whatever religious duty you perform is no good. Stay away from all sorts of idolatry, for they will blur your vision. Let God and only God be your guide. Learn the Truth, my friend, but be careful not to make a fetish out of your truths.
    Rule 33
    While everyone in this world strives to get somewhere and become someone, only to leave it all behind after death, you aim for the supreme stage of nothingness. Live this life as light and empty as the number zero. We are no different from a pot. It is not the decorations outside but the emptiness inside that holds us straight. Just like that, it is not what we aspire to achieve but the consciousness of nothingness that keeps us going.
    Rule 34
    Submission does not mean being weak or passive. It leads to neither fatalism nor capitulation. Just the opposite. True power resides in submission a power that comes within. Those who submit to the divine essence of life will live in unperturbed tranquillity and peace even the whole wide world goes through turbulence after turbulence.
    Rule 35
    In this world, it is not similarities or regularities that take us a step forward, but blunt opposites. And all the opposites in the universe are present within each and every one of us. Therefore the believer needs to meet the unbeliever residing within. And the nonbeliever should get to know the silent faithful in him. Until the day one reaches the stage of Insane-I Kamil, the perfect human being, faith is a gradual process and one that necessitates its seeming opposite: disbelief.
    Rule 36
    This world is erected upon the principle of reciprocity. Neither a drop of kindness nor a speck of evil will remain unreciprocated. For not the plots, deceptions, or tricks of other people. If somebody is setting a trap, remember, so is God. He is the biggest plotter. Not even a leaf stirs outside God’s knowledge. Simply and fully believe in that. Whatever God does, He does it beautifully.
    Rule 37
    God is a meticulous dock maker. So precise is His order that everything on earth happens in its own time. Neither a minute late nor a minute early. And for everyone without exception, the clock works accurately. For each there is a time to love and a time to die.
    Rule 38
    It is never too late to ask yourself, “Am I ready to change the life I am living? Am I ready to change within?” Even if a single day in your life is the same as the day before, it surely is a pity. At every moment and with each new breath, one should be renewed and renewed again. There is only one-way to be born into a new life: to die before death.
    Rule 39
    While the part change, the whole always remains the same. For every thief who departs this world, a new one is born. And every descent person who passes away is replaced by a new one. In this way not only does nothing remain the same but also nothing ever really changes. For every Sufi who dies, another is born somewhere.
    Rule 40
    A life without love is of no account. Don’t ask yourself what kind of love you should seek, spiritual or material, divine or mundane, Eastern or Western. Divisions only lead to more divisions. Love has no labels, no definitions. It is what it is, pure and simple. Love is the water of life. And a lover is a soul of fire! The universe turns differently when fire loves water.”
    The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak
    (wasalam)
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to baradar_jackson in Building Hindu Temple In Abu Dhabi   
    Gaiz whatever the UAE is, however exploitative it is (btw I am pretty sure most of the south Asian workers in UAE are Muslims rather than Hindus anyhow, although I don't really know so I won't say with certainty). Whether it follows Islamic law or not. (it doesnt). Some of yall be like: this is inherently intolerant (to not allow the temple to be built). Thats means our fiqh is intolerant. I understand that there is more to Islam than this one fiqhi ruling, but it exists nonetheless. If you are opposed to this then you are saying Islam is intolerant. Again, this is separate from the discussion on the UAE. The UAE is a nonsensical "country" and we all know it. Another point: just because certain impure forces do or say a certain thing, does not mean we should disassociate from that. I am sure even the most evil men in history have done SOME things right. So comparing someone to Daesh for believing in this Islamic ruling on Hindu temples is absurd. This is our fiqh, not manufactured takfiri "fiqh."
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Ethics in The Scale Of Wisdom: A Compendium Of Shi'a Hadith   
    Oh man! It has thousands of hadiths with their indexes of where it came from !!! Both in arabic and in english translations. IT has everything you can almost think of. HIGHLYYYYY RECOMMEND to buy!
    http://www.amazon.com/Scale-Wisdom-Compendium-English-Edition/dp/1904063349
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Reza in Building Hindu Temple In Abu Dhabi   
    What the heck...?
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Chaotic Muslem in Core Of Taqwa   
    The issue of avoidance of sin, or halting out actions and postponing our decisions and taming our desires , is a secret that many spiritual schools are trying to teach their students. An ancient wisdom and treasure of goodness to us.
    it is super hard as well..
    Prophet in his long sermon regarding ramadan said:
    O people! The gates of Paradise remain open in this month. Do pray to your Lord that they may not be closed for you; while the gates of hell are closed, do pray to your Lord they may never be opened for you. Satans have been handcuffed, so invoke your Lord not to let them dominate you."
    Imam Ali (AS) says: I asked: "O Messenger of Allah, what are the best deeds in this month?" He replied: "O Abu’l-Hasan, the best of deeds in this month is to be far from what Allah has forbidden."
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from StarryNight in What Have You Watched Recently? [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    Its about the iran-iraq war and it follows the story of shaheed morteza javadi. Its probably one of the best movies ive ever seen. If anyone knows any movies similiar to it please share them!
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Yasmeena in What Have You Watched Recently? [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    Where is the Friend's House?    (9/10)
    (Farsi with English Sub)
     
    "An 8 year old boy must return his friend's notebook he took by mistake, lest his friend be punished by expulsion from school."
     
    Its been a long time since I've watched a movie that I liked and didn't have a lot to complain about. A very simple plot with acting that is very natural and genuine very unlike some of the blockbuster movies I've been seeing lately. I also really enjoyed watching the character of Ahmed. I highly recommend it. 
     

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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Ethics in Why Do I Have To Be Something?!   
    Are you being serious? How can you (or God) love both the one who was brutally murdered (as) and the murderer?
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Hamzah313 in Why Do I Have To Be Something?!   
    Are you being serious? How can you (or God) love both the one who was brutally murdered (as) and the murderer?
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Noorelhussain in Why Do I Have To Be Something?!   
    Are you being serious? How can you (or God) love both the one who was brutally murdered (as) and the murderer?
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Ali88 in How Do You Deal With The Pain Of Separation?   
    Salam. Spend time trying to know our Imam (as) . Read as much as you can about him. Read Surah Yasin everyday and present it as a gift to the Imam (as). 
     
    There is a hadith from Imam Hussein (as), which says that when you know your Imam (as) it will not matter for you if the reappearance will happen today or after your death. 
     
    Also meditation and exercise will help you. 
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to tendersoul in How Do You Deal With The Pain Of Separation?   
    Salam,
    I understand the sadness and frustration , however , Depression is lossing and wasting precious time .
    Solution:
    ---------
    Surah Asr:
    Time.
    Verily man is in loss.
    Except those who have -faith and -do righteous deeds, -and the mutual enjoining of truth and -patience and -constancy.
    -----------
    Aligning yourself and building your charachter is making use of time.
    The master appears when the student is ready.
    Wasalam
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to AnaAmmar1 in Let's Share Best Book(S)   
    Forty Hadiths by Imam Rohullah khomeini. 
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    Abdul Zahra reacted to Baseeji- in Are You Thirsty?   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
     
    Why here? I have been around for many years to see that people want it, need it and I sure can help my dearest brothers and sisters who are in search for spirituality. This is specially for the thirsty seekers who have had difficulty finding a spiritual teacher in their area. And I must say, im not a spiritual teacher and am but just a student, not even a student, just a person who sometimes gets to sleep close by the spiritual teachers lessons and hear something now and then.
    Firstly some points are needed to be known.

    1- This is for those who are thirsty, and not for those who dont feel thirsty, yet.
    2- This is for those who want to come closer to God. Not for those who want to become spiritual (as the goal is God and not spirituality or walking on water or being able to teleport and etc.).
    3- These things here are definitely not from my own pocket, but from the verified teachers and according to the holy Quran and the prophetic and Ahlul Bayts sunnah.
    4- The real meaning of spirituality is to reach a status where you simply do whatever God wants you to do. To be on the straight path, to get closer to God and not a "feeling" which can be achieved through drugs, sins, and etc. 
    5- This is not something which makes you feel temporary closer to God through a certain great feeling one might get now and then. But it will help you by creating you into what you need to be in order to achieve succes and get closer to God. 
    6- Different persons have different potentials, hence some might get stuck on something while others can get past certain things and get further in front in this program.

    Before we go any further, I just wanted to know how many are interested. So sign up in here :).



     
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from StarryNight in Do You Think That Niqab Is A "choice"?   
    There is absolutely nothing wrong with niqab. Many women may not want to wear it in a western society but the issue is with society and not the niqab.
    Obviously some women will be forced or pressured into wearing a niqab just like many women are pressured into not wearing one.
    There is nothing wrong with wearing niqab if the women want to and of course it doesnt affect her health. I have spoken to many women with niqabs on and them wearing it doesnt affect their personality or social interaction. It just means less guys are likely to approach or look at them.
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    Abdul Zahra got a reaction from Noorelhussain in Do You Think That Niqab Is A "choice"?   
    There is absolutely nothing wrong with niqab. Many women may not want to wear it in a western society but the issue is with society and not the niqab.
    Obviously some women will be forced or pressured into wearing a niqab just like many women are pressured into not wearing one.
    There is nothing wrong with wearing niqab if the women want to and of course it doesnt affect her health. I have spoken to many women with niqabs on and them wearing it doesnt affect their personality or social interaction. It just means less guys are likely to approach or look at them.
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