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yolanda313786

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    yolanda313786 reacted to Hameedeh in For Those Who Are Deliberately Delaying Marriage..   
    O Allah! Be a helper and guide to the youth in this important decision.
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    yolanda313786 reacted to sharinganMahdi in Hoor al-`Ayn are not White Chicks   
    Yes, the term extends to the blind and those with cloudy vision as well. "Bleary-eyed", as mentioned in 20:102, refers to the clouding of the cornea, giving it a blueish or grayish tinge. This condition can cause blindness.
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    yolanda313786 reacted to hayaah in When you're an Introvert   
    I am an ambivert - no fun! 
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    yolanda313786 reacted to Sumerian in Hoor al-`Ayn are not White Chicks   
    Okay. What about this?
    Credit of translation goes to brother @Nader Zaveri
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    yolanda313786 reacted to guest050817 in When you're an Introvert   
    i'm an infj
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    yolanda313786 reacted to guest050817 in Hoor al-`Ayn are not White Chicks   
    SubhanAllah. What a post.
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    yolanda313786 reacted to enigma313 in Hoor al-`Ayn are not White Chicks   
    Again, another superb piece @Qa'im, thank you for your wisdom and insight. 
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    yolanda313786 reacted to Fatima NMA in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    Salam 
    Op thank you for starting this the way you did..your words are exactly mine...
    I am somehow an old member but not that active...i used to be more active on sc when i was lost(teenager)...i posted many stupid stuff on here...most of them were deleted walhamdulillah.
    I changed... just like the op described it..i learned a lot from the forum itself and from specific members as well...i will not tag them as i forgot some of the usernames...however brother ethereal is someone that i must thank for teaching me a lot about life in general and for changing some of my childish views regarding Islam! I will not tag him because simply i feel like he has changed too to become a more serious person that may not be glad to read what i wrote about him  
     
    I wanna add that i don't visit sc the way i used to because of life responsibilies as the sister above said..marriage..my boy..moving to a different country..new culture..new challenges...and so..
    I come here sometimes when i need answers to my weird inner questions..or when i feel misunderstood by almost everybody...and the good thing is that sc makes me feel better in a way or another...always  thank you ! And god bless you all !
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    yolanda313786 reacted to phoenix in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    Did someone give me a shout-out? Are we having an India vs Pak cricket match wager again? :-P Thanks, @Ibn al-Hussain (even with that change of screen name, you were easily recognisable).
    SC did force me to encounter a lot of untold truths and question several   status quos, led me to explore the richness of the fiqhi world and the diversity of beliefs held on to by the Imamis with the progression of time, and basically just added to my thirst for knowledge. One of the saddest but poignant moments (while I was still active here) - apart from @Ali Naqi's demise - was when one of the members embraced atheism, but Al-Hamdu lillah, they reverted.
    I'm not really sure when I transitioned from here to FB, but when I did, it was mostly the newer lot that I had become more well acquainted with (and who would have been most instrumental in the unearthing of information formerly unknown to me), although that was a phase that didn't last long either. Perhaps I became more settled and calmer and tolerant (all my posts and exchanges on the wall too are still here, however I no longer identify with some of my earlier self) and arrived to some sort of conclusion regarding matters, perhaps I didn't exude that kind of energy anymore and preferred to instead present and/or discuss topics in my classes/lectures or on MSN/Skype, but primarily, it was my real life projects/institution amongst my community that i became involved with at the grassroots level that gained priority and time. While my SC visits are rare, once in a blue moon kind, I do visit FB more or less regularly, more in the position of an observer: it's interesting to watch/read what others have to say.
    I have gone on to forge some very good friendships/acquaintances with some of the members off SC, who remain in regular touch. Off the top of my head, currently @habib e najjaar @Praetorius @Nocturne @Khadim uz Zahra @Mary_Poppins @Nida_e_Zahra and several others in the past.
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    yolanda313786 reacted to Hameedeh in Be Positive   
    Be positive. Always. It's hard, especially when the news of the day speaks about the new President creating a Muslim registry in the US. I have to believe that this will not happen, but if it does I am proud to be Muslim and proud to be on the list. 

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    yolanda313786 reacted to Hassan- in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    @eThErEaL was a smart guy I wonder where he went.
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    yolanda313786 reacted to raat ki rani in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    Asalamunalaikum all, it's raat ki Rani ( shudders at awful username) 
    I think it's fair to say we were all different people back then and have progressed (hopefully) into more mature adults. 
    I am now married (6years this year) with 2 gorgeous kids (if I don't say so myself) 
    Being a mother really is a game changer, everything revolves around your children. Even mind numbing decisions are made with the children mind. 
    My shiachat period was wonderful, I had fun convos sometimes deep sometimes religious. I actually did learn alot about our faith on here. Made some lovely friends, some of whom I still talk to today. I'm not gona do a HR and list them though sorry...
    I think something like being active on a forum can only be a part of your life for so long. Life changes with it your priorities. I loved being part of this forum and will always cherish it. 
     
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    yolanda313786 reacted to guest050817 in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    It seems this thread has basically pulled in several old members who have not posted in a while. Maybe there need to be more shout-outs and tagging and an effort to bring as many back on here. 
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    yolanda313786 reacted to HR in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    I remember thenlightenment from the chatroom. Inna lillahe wa inna ilehe raj3oon.
    @Peer good. Ziarat/Umrah qubool inshallah!
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    yolanda313786 reacted to Ibn al-Hussain in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    It's Ali Imran bro...and I can't believe you are still in Canada and I still haven't met you .
    Wasalam
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    yolanda313786 reacted to Peer in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    Who was the member that was in touch with ayatollah bashir najafi? 
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    yolanda313786 reacted to Ibn al-Hussain in A ShiaChat Reunion?   
    She was @thenlightenment
    Her death was such a shock for me :(! I had spoken to her a few days before she passed away.
    I remember Aisha as well, forgot what her username was though - was mostly active in the chatroom.
    Anyone remember @tahasyed (Sunni brother who had become Shi'a and then a Sunni again) 
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    yolanda313786 reacted to JasmineAila in Be Positive   
    understood  we should, since it's crucial in life.  thanks for reminding. 
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