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  1. ''مَّا جَعَلَ اللَّهُ لِرَجُلٍ مِّن قَلْبَيْنِ فِي جَوْفِهِ'' ''Allah has not made for a man two hearts in his interior'' 33:4 It was a sunny day in the summer of 2015. I decided to go to a mixed beach with my best friend like usual in jbeil to sit under the sun, swim and have a nice tan. In this phase of my conversion I was mentally wavering between the right and wrong, between hell and heaven. I was about to have a break point between my commitment and the earthly lifestyle that I had. My mind was aware of the wholesome idea of this worldly life and it knows where it is situated and what should be done. I was alert of the good and bad in this world as my religion started informing me about them, as Imam Ali (عليه السلام) says من لم يعرف الخير من الشر فهو بمنزلة البهيمة My actions, my thoughts, and habits were swinging along this mental state I had. I was in a situation contemplating all these hadiths of our religion were they emphasize on the fact that we cannot have both the life of the world and the hereafter. If we want the hereafter we’ll have to sacrifice all this void lifestyle that existed around me at the moment back then… Either suffer a bit, let go of all this and have all the self-security, self-satisfaction that God promised us once doing two things: applying the sharia and being in a state where we always search for knowledge laying behind this sharia since the latter without knowledge is like a body without a soul. It has been proved and documented throughout all the scholars that we, as humans, need to follow the path of Ahlulbayt(عليهم السلام) or perish and live a life that is against the true goal of what this dunya was created for. That day going to the beach made me experience a crossroad in my life between my Salvation and my Destruction. I went home that day and took my decision to embark on this eternal spiritual journey, I changed my number, deactivated my social media platforms, started praying, and took a vow not to miss a prayer in my whole life. You cannot love this world and the next. You cannot combine two opposite things in one place since it is against nature, the same apply to combining the love of this world and the next in one heart. In order to reach perfection and to reach heaven we should choose it more times than we can count in this life before reaching the next. So what will you choose? Will it be your lowly temporary pleasures and desires? Will you want to lead a lustful life were your fears, worries, anxiety and wild pleasures are in control of you? Or will you be willing to dwell and reflect deeper into the true meaning behind all that exists around you and lead a journey where your life and feelings are within your grasp?
  2. What makes it special about islam is that an individual can combine his religious life with the societal one, unlike other religions that make it almost impossible to be religious and an active member of society. Which is one of the reasons why non-muslims are mostly religiously inactive. And recently Wilayat al Faqih has reinforced the concept of collectivism of Islam Shia.
  3. Inshallah if you care enough about them meaning they must be special, and Allah will judge them based on their inner and personal situation.
  4. It's true, sayed hassan recommends the families here to always have many children. The only issue is that at war our enemies use some kind of chemicals that affects men who are there and prevents them from having children. It's a problem that a number of southern shia soldiers are facing now.
  5. So the conclusion is if we didnt agree to defend an infidel, an atheist, basically an enemy of God, we are called arrogant, judgmental, our arguments are twisted in a way that pleases the other party in the discussion, using them as EXcuses to defend a man who's life doesn't worth a thing. God not only paralyzed him, but he made him live decades in agony and in despair, giving him a chance after a chance with each breath he took so he can reflect and believe in the Creator of the universe but still he chose to continue in his Kufr. Forgive me but I cannot comprehend this logic you guys are using.
  6. Of course we shouldn't say may he rest in peace. He doesn't deserve it. Do you even know the meaning of this statement?
  7. Did i say that we should discredit his work cause he was an atheist? And who said anything about the muslim people that give islam a wrong name? They deserve whatever punishment God is giving them.
  8. It's our job to do الامر بالمعروف والنهي عن المنكر An atheist is an enemy of God, despite who he is and what he is.
  9. Isn't it ironic how one of the smartest man on earth wishes the simplest thing? This is the result for his ungratefulness towards God. He gave him such a mind and yet he doesnt believe in his creator. A similar condition to his in the arbaeen zyara last year in iraq, a little girl who is lebanese was healed, when she entered the shrine of aba l fadel l abbaas she started moving slowly, you can imagine the reaction of the crowd and her family who were dragging her all the way in the wheeling chair. So you see it's just like that, anything is easy for God if we only believe.
  10. Don't cross your line. You don't believe in our Imam then fine keep this toxic thought to yourself. You're starting to upset me. Do you think that the Imam(atfs) Needs you? It's the other way around, you Need Islam because without it you are going to Hell, Islam is salvation itself. And stop wasting our time and get off of this website if you are only here to attack our religion.
  11. I'm a women and I'm 26 and i do not think the way you stated. Don't generalize, it is unjust. In the end what are you expecting to find on an online thread? Pious women? There is no such thing as Dominant women, and there won't be, ever. Women who think that are probably immature and are Feminists who have been traumatized, or whom their upbringing was missing something regarding to the social concept that we call inequality of sex. Anyway i don't understand how a women would dominate her man... If i dominated a man I'd leave him right away because there is no chance on earth that i would ever fall in love with him, or even choose to understand and get to know him. In islam women and men are equal to a certain extent, but we should accept that both of us have very different tasks that makes us very different. For example look at the privilege that a mother can have in shia islam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6L_qt6Z0iAY&feature=youtu.be In our sect a women can't be a marjaa, why? Because women are obviously driven by their emotions and this thread is a big proof of this. But once we are able to truly and effectively control our emotions and stop being driven by them then we have the chance to achieve much higher ranks than our scholars.
  12. Let me remind you that there is no Cheating in Islam. Forget about the permanent marriage, men in our sect are Allowed to have Temporary marriage (mutaa, temporary agreement, etc..) Without the knowledge of their wife. There are many reasons why a man would choose to do this behind the back of his wife, but then again if he was in a healthy marriage life and the 2 partners are sane and have a stable character then he wouldn't do it. Now clearly our sister here, lola, have been attacking islam and she wasn't convinced about anything we have been saying, tho it was obvious that we were trying to help her for her own sake because these personal accusations that she's been doing will lead her to something much more bigger and dangerous in the future, and since she wasn't cooperating at all someone had to state the Obvious and put her some limitation with some straight, honest words like our brother here Ali did.
  13. I've been watching How to get away with murder, their plots are Great! They make you wanna use your head and think before they reveal the hidden secrets.
  14. That's a sign of a weakling. Anyway there are other stuff to do for oneself to feel confidence and self esteem and that doesn't involve betraying your religion and the principles you live upon.
  15. @Mohammed-Mehdi السلام عليكم - You should always place your imam before anything. Meaning you should place your commitment before anything. From the silliest to the biggest things; like when your boss comes to you and threatens that if you keep on preventing yourself from handshaking women at work then I will fire you. Your marjaa might tell you it's ok you can handshake but personally for me i wouldn't do it, because I know that if i sacrificed something for my imam and God, they will give me something much better than i already have, in this case a much better job. Or even if i didn't have a recompense in this world, I'm sure that i will have it in the next, it's just a matter of time. I can give you a lot of other scenarios that have the same logic which you can test your self with in order to get better and improve and to please your imam. When you go to bed for example and remember that oh i forgot to do woudou' before i sleep and you're already in bed and you dont want to get up again, force yourself to get up and do it! - Get closer to your imam, try to talk to him, read books about him, try to feel his presence that he is there seeing you and watching over you. Always go to Majalis of ahlulbayt, this way you can show your imam that you are ready and waiting, you are doing the effort and constantly working on your creed. There are many shias who wish for the reappearance of the imam and yet they miss their morning prayer, that's a bit contradictory from their end don't you think? Try to develop a sincere relationship with the imam; like how you always think of your beloved one and wish to see them? This is how it should be. The more you get closer to the imam the more he will get closer to you, and of course akhlaq, ethics, plays a big part. You can always read about the actions that are mentioned in the ahadiths that can get you closer to imam al mahdi(atfs), there is a narration that says if you cry morning and night every day for a year on imam al hussein, you can be sure that you will see the imam by the end of the year. But no one can sincerely do this unless they have developed a strong connection with imam al hussein(As). It is attainable tho, there are people if you just mention the Name of the imam in front of them they shed a tear. It is also hard to keep this level of spirituality once you achieve it. When you are in trouble always call upon the imam, he will solve it no matter how big it is and sometimes he even personally comes but you don't pay attention to his presence. After experience this is Proven to be True. Say: يا امام الذي تطوى له الأرض أدركني يا صاحب العصر والزمان أدركني (3) يا امامي يا مهدي الغوث الغوث الغوث الان الان الان الساعة Do this prayer every friday if you can: http://qadatona.org/عربي/الأدعية-والزيارات/69 Every day read zyarat ashura and doaa al nudba, preferably after morning prayer. Pray jama'a as much as you can, sheikh bahjat says praying jama'a is like praying behind the imam of our time, it's very important. There is this pact you can do aswell, make a deal with the imam that for 40 days you will stay sin free, and you will practice your religion in the most perfect forms. After these 40 days end you will be bestowed with blessings from God, like he will grant you your needs and he will place wise sayings and wisdom in your heart, and you will be granted the blessing to see the imam. You might think the 40 days is easy but it's not, especially if you are living in a non islamic country. Some big scholars used to prevent from going out of their houses to stay away from haram. Imam al khomeini used to do this pact and after the 40 days end he would place his demands in the quran written on a paper then he goes out to teach his classes, after he comes back he opens the quran and the paper would be missing. Everything is achievable when you work on your commitment, faith and your Niyah (intention).
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