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Acidius

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  1. Mashallah Mashallah Mashallah. So beautiful. So much power. Agha just cut straight to the chase. "When you're devout and see something which may lead to corruption, just get yourself into it and activate your religion and take it like a man"!!!!!!!!! Passive devoutness vs active devoutness -> Thank you so much. May Allah give you the best of best in life and Hereafter. And some fun kids(if not already) and ziarat of Imam Hussain ((عليه السلام)). I feel so motivated. In just the first one minute. This video really vibes with me
  2. (Scroll below to the nutshell for the short answer) Your question is pretty qualified and conditional. No relation, no client, no 10 second. I guess I'd get into a not-10-second chat when the topic is something really close to heart and I feel a vibe with the other person. E.g. I love ranting and chanting about how Iran is the super-hero country of the world. So if come across a person who shares that feeling, then we'll go on and on. So basically, my reason for talking would be common/shared interests, regardless of lady or man. Being in a long-term relation, I believe in fidelity and loyalty. Once upon a time I used to (social peer pressure) feel that I should approach a lady and get 'the talk' (which leads to exchanging numbers) going. But then I realized I myself don't want that, it's just for the sake of a social 'they all have it, so I should have it' thing. Nutshell: Your question leaves very limited room to give a reason. I mean, I could give this same answer if you had asked why would I talk to a guy who isn't my client, friend, relation or anything. I would talk if something common comes up. So, yes, I'm not socially ambitious perhaps, I'd talk and approach the same way a guy or a girl if some common interest crops up.
  3. I feel I'm not ambitious enough about financial growth. I just don't get winded up about it. Even though I need to get settled ASAP, pronto to turn my 3 year old nikkah into a marriage (rukhsati). But even apart from the marriage pre and post expenses. I want to get settled. I just fear the entire job/gig/work searching process and just can't get myself to do it. I see people starting with whatever comes their way and eventually landing some good job. And I just sit and wait for something 'perfect' and 'optimal' to come my way.... . Please suggest some al-Islam pdf content or personal advice for me to get excited about getting financially ambitious and eventually settled.... . I say financially ambitious because otherwise I like to study, keep myself up to date, keep my deen in place...
  4. Wow. It's been four years since I asked this question. Just posting this as a follow up: I could never get the kids to sit and listen to me while I read some religious books or text. But nutshell: I believe my role model did leave some dents and impressions in their minds.
  5. Aoa. My first post here though a silent reader since a while. The Lord has given me vision/insight allowing me to see the Truth. I am now disciplined in my 5 prays, majlises and abstaining from bad things. The question: I want my nephews and nieces (aged between:8-13 years) to come on the right line like our Infallibles were brought up. Of course not DIRECTLY like they were but upon on those lines. So what activities do you suggest? They do go for majlis and namaz but that is not enough. I want them to follow Islam in spirit, to inculcate in them a spirit which makes them actively conscious of their 12th Imam ÚÌøá Çááøå ÝÑÌå ÇáÔÑíÝ. The problem is that their mother (my cousin) can't discipline herself and has created an environment not-conducive to my preaching. Nutshell: Suggest covert activities which I can engage the children in which they'll enjoy as well as develop the True Spirit of Islam. Thanks in advance!
  6. I'll limit my answer to the first question alone. You need to pray 5 times as a minimum to guard yourself against Satan's attacks. God didn't send you immune to satan in this world. That's why you need a minimum of 5 namazes placed at strategic timings to guard you from attacks. Once you've got the 5 namazes in place, do all the loving you want. P.S. Getting these 5 namazes through will also be counted as highly loving.
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