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Irfani313

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    1. Laayla

      Laayla

      Thank you brother.  Did you write this?

  2. ^^ none of these two are my most favorite, but shows the Urdu language variation across a century of almost equivalent stature poets of same genre’ of poetry, the classic Ghazal.
  3. جھمکے دکھا کے طور کو جن نے جلا دیا آئی قیامت ان نے جو پردہ اٹھا دیا اس فتنے کو جگا کے پشیماں ہوئی نسیم کیا کیا عزیز لوگوں کو ان نے سلا دیا اب بھی دماغ رفتہ ہمارا ہے عرش پر گو آسماں نے خاک میں ہم کو ملا دیا جانی نہ قدر اس گہر شب چراغ کی دل ریزئہ خزف کی طرح میں اٹھا دیا تقصیر جان دینے میں ہم نے کبھو نہ کی جب تیغ وہ بلند ہوئی سر جھکا دیا گرمی چراغ کی سی نہیں وہ مزاج میں اب دل فسردگی سے ہوں جیسے بجھا دیا وہ آگ ہورہا ہے خدا جانے غیر نے میری طرف سے اس کے تئیں کیا لگا دیا اتنا کہا تھا فرش تری رہ کے ہم ہوں کاش سو تونے مار مار کے آکر بچھا دیا
  4. Dear OP: you have very low opinion of men around you. It’s not true at all of what you said above, there are plenty of people, both men and women who are chaste, moral, and adhere to certain ethical codes. Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) knows inherent weakness of us, hence all He wants from us is to strive in His path, He doesn’t want us to see angels. Don’t expect anyone around you to be an immaculate Imam, because none of us are or can be that. As long as a person is not Fasiq, doesn’t insist on haram and unlawful, is honorable and is working towards improving his Deen, h
  5. سنا ہے لوگ اُسے آنكھ بھر كے دیكھتے ہیں تو اس کے شہر میں‌کچھ دن ٹھہر کے دیکھتے ہیں سنا ہے ربط ہے اس کو خراب حالوں سے سو اپنے آپ کو برباد کرکے دیکھتے ہیں سنا ہے درد کی گاہک ہے چشمِ ناز اس کی سو ہم بھی اس کی گلی سے گزر کے دیکھتے ہیں سنا ہے اس کو بھی ہے شعر و شاعری سے شغف تو ہم بھی معجزے اپنے ہنر کے دیکھتے ہیں سنا ہے رات اسے چاند تکتا رہتا ہے ستارے بام فلک سے اتر کے دیکھتے ہیں سنا ہے دن کو اسے تتلیاں ستاتی ہیں سنا ہے رات کو جگنو ٹھہر کے دیکھتےہیں سنا ہے حشر ہیں‌اس کی غزال سی آنکھیں سنا ہے اس کو ہرن دشت بھر کے دیکھتے ہیں سنا ہے رات سے بڑھ کر ہیں‌کاکلیں اس کی سنا ہ
  6. Maybe vaccine version 2 or 3. This version, even Pfizer CEO didn’t take it yet.
  7. OP: we all have been there (post teens, college, freedom, wandering minds, and uncontrollable desires). First know that you are not the only one in this, and neither the first, nor the last. Am sure every person you look around in the library, classroom, or the cafeteria is more or less on the same wavelength as you are. Hopefully this would take half of the air out of the victimhood that most Muslim observing young men and women have. Yes you are suffering because you are opting for halal, and trust me, others are suffering too, even if they have opted for haram, but it’s different sort o
  8. Dear sister OP: after reading a whole bunch of responses, I’m wondering if he ever correctly explained to you the nature of timed marriage (it is called timed marriage for a reason)? One of the literal translations of timed marriage (aqd muta) is ‘marriage for entertainment’ (lose translation but you get the idea). Muslim men and women engage in lawful timed marriages for various reasons, but mostly the reasons revolve around getting halal / sanctioned male-female companionship and all the beautiful things that come with it, and there is noting wrong with it because it is halal in th
  9. Alams are a bold statement of Shias of minority regions (Ind, Pak, Afg etc.) of exercising our God given choice of disassociating ourselves from the King’s versions of Islam and having our Sunni brothers learn that there always is another path in Islam that doesn’t go through over the dead bodies of millions of mazloomeen over the ages. All they need to do is knock at the door of the house hoisting alam, and ask.
  10. Sorry brother — my apologies.. Brother it is. I counted the number of years I didn’t take my religion serious and multiplied those with 365 days. The ruling of Ay. Sistani is that you should pray Qadha for the least amount that you calculated but I didn’t give myself benefit of doubt, although I did pray in those days, I want to lean on the side of extra, hence my simple math of non-serious years times 365 days = few thousand. I’m trying to do 85 raka daily (5 days worth). My totals are trickling down like Chiense torture, not fast at all but they are coming down for
  11. You are welcome sisters. In my teens, I know I didn’t take the salat as seriously as my parents wanted to. Typical pseudo serious attitude of religion, so I don’t exactly remember how many I prayed, and how many I missed in those days of willful defaults. So lately I started praying five days of Qadha salat a day, to make up for all those teens years. The total I’m trying to makeup is in four digits. Physically it’s exhilarating & tiring mixed with determination. Spiritually I can tell you this, anybody who wants to view the day of Hashr, start praying your Qadha salat like ther
  12. Salam everybody- I’m sure many of you are already doing it. I’m just throwing the idea out here, since once the planet is back on its feet & wheels, these remote days and the extra time many of us have would be over. Might as well put it to good use. During the COVID-19 days when many of us are either in virtual schools or logging in remote, away from the office, we are saving lots of commute times. I found these days to be perfect to makeup all of the qadha days of salat that we might have missed. Here’s a link that mentions only the wajib portions of the daily salat
  13. I think what you are talking about comes under the topic of safeguarding your honor, property, family, or self, from fatal harm. Islam being the logical religion, allows us to safeguard ourselves and take retaliatory measures if necessary. Logic also dictates that those who attempt to harm others in anyway, on whatever pretext, right or wrong, should be ready to receive the same treatment from their would be victims. So a husband attempting what you wrote above, could also become the victim of her or her acquaintance(s), before he could attempt something. Are you ready for that? Bac
  14. This sounds more like a Catholicism than Islam. In Islam, nobody is inherently sinner, it’s opposite in fact. Qur’an tells us that each one of us is born on the nature of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى), meaning we are already connected to the divinity. It’s what we do during the duration of our lives that makes us sinners, by our own “hard work.” Answering your A and B, only a slight minority really watches or thinks before they speak. The rest of us just talk, write, or yell whatever first comes to our consciousness. Fix: follow the instructions of Sura al Mu’minun, https://
  15. After reading the sad ordeal of a couple who ended up in domestic violence situation .. Here are a couple of advices from a married brother of yours (me). I would rather have young men start orienting themselves now in order to mitigate such situations in future (you). First of all just know that, in Marriage, many things would likely make you mad, BUT that no situation, absolutely no situation, requires you to hit her. Even if God forbid someone is involved in major sins. Here’s why and how you won’t want to hurt her physically: 1. Women bodies are truly very fragile. Tho
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