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shia farm girl

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  1. Salaam brother, im back to Sheikh Sekaleshfar again.
  2. I am SOOO sorry to have caused you any stress brother!!! Im thinking im going to switch it back to the other one just for the reason you mentioned. Dotard, lol
  3. Thanks sister,I have to find out from Becca whether this is a possibility.
  4. Not to the best of my knowledge. Out of curiosity, why do you ask?
  5. I agree..when i heard of these unrequested istikharas, i was like????? That shouldnt even be being done:/ It didnt make sense to me cuz as far as im aware, thats not how it works.
  6. As salaamun aleikum brothers and sisters, Im asking a question for an acquaintance of mine who hasnt been able to get a clear picture of what she should do in this case. For ease and clarity of writing, i will call her Becca. Here is the gist of her situation: Becca has been married for 5 years. Husband and wife are both good, observant muslims. They are older and have no kids. The marriage has its usuall ups and downs, but nothing out of the ordinary. Recently, its improved in a few ways. Becca has a close friend who from the very beginning of Beccas marriage, questioned wheth
  7. As salaamun aleikum, I once attended a few pagan get togethers back when i was younger, and even attended a marriage ceremony that took place way out in the middle of nowhere under oak trees and next to a creek. The couple were bound at the wrist for the remainder of the day after the ceremony was finished. They were really laid back people,kinda like leftover remnants of the 60s. W/s
  8. As salaamun aleikum, I appreciate a FEW of your points, but i have to say, it clearly sounds like you have no clue what its like to be old or any consideration for those who are.. It seems you have no clue about the way people physically and mentally feel when they are old and the manner in which they decline in, the extreme decrease in energy, multiple illnesses and meds with side effects, insomnia, not being able to move around safely without risking a fall and breaking a hip etc...How many elderly people are left alone to die in some senior living center where their peers being taken
  9. As salaamun aleikum, WELCOME BACK:)
  10. @313_Waiter Lecture 1, is azahb Type A, Lecture 2 is azahb Type B. W/s
  11. I heard in a lecture recently that the death of these innocent people, such as children and babies, happened because it was their appointed time of death, their ajal, i believe the speaker said..and if i remember correctly, he traced this back to the 6th Imam(عليه السلام). W/S
  12. As salaamun aleikum, I just listened to 2 lectures recently where the speaker said that there are 2 types of azab/punishment. He said most of the time azab is mentioned in the Quran (around 90%), it is in reference to divine punishment that happens in the hereafter. The remaining amount of times it is mentioned in the Quran is in relation to a punishment that is inflicted upon a person by another person, such as the suffering Firaun caused, and that this type of azab is not punishment from Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). The speaker said this world is one of cause and effect, not one of d
  13. As salaamun aleikum, This is an interesting question, at least from the physical aspect. It makes me think of how human reproduction starts with a najis substance meeting the egg. Im guessing that somehow, the process of fertilization nullifies the najisness? Theres a quote from one of the Imams(عليه السلام) that says (paraphrasing): "Your beginning is from najis, while you are alive, you are a carrier of najis, then when you die you are najis, so try as much as you can to not be najis in between birth and death" ( try to always have wudhu)... Also, blood in general is naj
  14. Salaam everyone, i want to thank everyone who has made suggestions , offered prayers and participated in this thread. I really appreciate it! May Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) reward you all! W/s
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