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Ron_Burgundy

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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from AbalFadhl in What made you laugh today?   
    My family. when i wake up and look at my wife and daughter sleeping it puts a smile on my face. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from theEndIsNear in Tell me something about you!   
    About me - I have a sore throat.  
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Mohammad313Ali in Zaydi   
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Vindemiatrix in Tell Me Something Good For Once   
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from PureExistence1 in Tell Me Something Good For Once   
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Dutchzahra in Who was Father of Prophet Abraham a.s?   
    The name of Hazrat Ibrahim’s father was Taruh.
    Azar was his uncle and stepfather. In the 74th verse of the chapter al-Anam, the following is stated, "Ibrahim said to his father, Azar, ..." It is recorded in the interpretation of Baydawi that here the word father is used as atf al-bayan (an extra word to explain). When someone has two names, and when they are both used, it is understood that one of them is not famous but the second one is famous.
    The second one is mentioned in order to clarify the ambiguity in the first one, which is not famous. The second one is called atf al-bayan.
    Hazrat Ibrahim (pbuh) calls two people father. The first one is his own father, and the second one is his stepfather, who is also his uncle. According to the rules of laconic usage, rhetoric and fluency, the meaning of the verse is: Ibrahim said to his father whose name was Azar. If it had not been so, it would have been enough to say, "He said to Azar” or "He said to his father." If Azar had been his real father, the word “his father” would have been extra. We never say, “My father, Ali, is coming but we say, “My father is coming.”
    In the Quran, the uncle is called the father. Hazrat Ismael is the uncle of Hazrat Jacob (Yaqub). However, in the Quran, “your father Ismael” is used instead of “your uncle Ismael”. His children say to Hazrat Yaqub, " thy fathers―of Abraham Ismael and Isaac..." (al-Baqara, 2/133) that is, "your father Ibrahim, your father Ismael and your father Isaac...". As a matter of fact, Hazrat Ismael is Hazrat Yaqub’s uncle, not father. It is stated in the interpretations that in the Quran, the uncle is called the father.
    It is written in reliable books that Hazrat Prophet (pbuh) called an old peasant, Abu Talib and Hazrat Abbas as father.
    It is customary to call the uncle, the stepfather, the father-in-law and charitable people as ‘father’ not only among Arabs but also among other nations.
    We call people who help others as “father” or “father of the poor” figuratively. We also call old people “father” to show respect to them.
    It is known that old people are called “Mother Aisha”, “Mother Fatima” or “Mother Haji”. When we call them so, it does not mean that they are our fathers or mothers. They are used to show respect.
    We also call old men “uncle”, “grandfather”, and old women “aunt”, “grandmother although they are not our relatives.
    Accordingly, although the real father of Hazrat Yaqub (pbuh) was Hazrat Isaac, Hazrat Yaqub (pbuh) was addressed “your father Ismael” in the Quran.
    In his book, Kitabud-darj-il-munifa, Imam Suyuti proves that Azar is Hazrat Ibrahim’s uncle with evidence and resources.
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from B313fadlallah in What made you laugh today?   
    My family. when i wake up and look at my wife and daughter sleeping it puts a smile on my face. 
  8. Completely Agree
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Hameedeh in Dealing with loss and grief   
    Go to masjid pray 2 rakat and start crying. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Diaz in What made you laugh today?   
    My family. when i wake up and look at my wife and daughter sleeping it puts a smile on my face. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from MehrBanoo in What made you laugh today?   
    My family. when i wake up and look at my wife and daughter sleeping it puts a smile on my face. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Fifi in Is it haram to have a dog   
    I have German Shepherd.. He is so cute.

     
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Hameedeh in Sadness   
    She needs a life partner to share her sorrows and joys.
    Its good to have a partner so you could talk to them about things, things which you cannot share with others. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Moalfas in Is it haram to have a dog   
    I have German Shepherd.. He is so cute.

     
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from HusseinAbbas in Is marijuana considered an intoxicant ?   
    Because most of potheads I know are stupid and dumb. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Mercy of Allah And Major Sins   
    What it takes.. I think sincerity.... Allah is very merciful if you acknowledge your sins and ask him to forgive you for what you have done and try to avoid committing that sin anymore. 
     
    Reality of Repentance
    True repentance can be achieved after it passes through three stages:
    The first stage is the conscious awakening the guilty feels sorry for his acts of disobedience to God. When the soul is full of this aware feeling, it moves to:
    The second stage, which is turning to God and the true intention to cling to the obedience to Him. When this feeling covers the soul, it moves to:
    The third stage, which is self-purification from sins, remedying the sins by acting righteous deeds and avoiding evildoings. Thus, true repentance is achieved.
    Repentance however is not a play or an utterance. It is the true turning to God and the real avoidance of acts of disobedience to Him.
    Imam ar-Rida Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã said: “He who seeks Allah’s forgiveness from a sin that he keeps on committing is deriding his Lord.”
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Sadness   
    She needs a life partner to share her sorrows and joys.
    Its good to have a partner so you could talk to them about things, things which you cannot share with others. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Wet dream   
    true. as long as semen was released. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Wet dream   
    No. as a person above said you have to meet all those requirements. 
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from habib e najjaar in Sadness   
    Get married  
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Quran313 in Mutah with no intercourse   
    Why do you wanna do mutah?
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Using Soap While Ghusl   
    My way of ghusal.
     
    1. Use toilet  
    2. Brush your teeth. 
    3. perform Ghusal
    4. Shampoo your hair. 
    5. Get a shower gel, and clean your body. 
    6. Use face wash. 
    7. grab a towel to dry your skin. 
    8. look yourself in the mirror and flex and say damn I am so good looking. 
    9. Use Deodorant and clean your ears.
    10. wear your clothes. 
    11. Brush your hair.
    12. Apply some moisturizer on your face. 
    You are ready to go.
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Kaya in Wearing green   
    I wear green on St. patrick's day  
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from Aflower in Wearing green   
    I wear green on St. patrick's day  
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    Ron_Burgundy got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in why do shia prefer ziarat over umra and hajj   
    I think this is an excellent answer to your question
     
     
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