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  1. Salam I need to focus on my education and finishing my degree. I will ask moderators and admins to unregister me again, and this time, seriously, do not let me come back, with any other name, with any email, etc. I will leave with some advice om Qur'an. It talks about Taqleed. Do not take this religion as some sort of game and play pastime, do not let Satan play the joker card on you where everything in religion is but a joke and game, and you don't take the issue that we value obedience to others on par or more than God seriously. Take what it advises on Taqleed, and take what it truly says. The book, it's the key, it will usher hope and destroy the darkness that the dark ones of humanity and Jinn plan on unleashing on humanity. This site can be it. It can be how we destroy his plans and bring about what Satanic forces fear. Read hadiths of Ahlul Bayt and contemplate on them regarding the verses of Qur'an, for in that lies insight and perception. I've decided if I am going to try to propagate Ahlul Bayt teachings it will not be here anymore. I might make a youtube channel. Or write books and publish them. But my stay here has reached it's end. Ma'aslama everyone!
  2. I've said before, people try to make God too much like a robot. The Quran and ahadith paint a different picture than a robotic calculator that many theologians try to make him out to be.
  3. Guys really - it's a test how you recite whole Quran. If you have an attention span of a goldfish, wives are included. If you can remember what Quran has said all over about chosen families, then it's about the 14 Ma'asoomeen. That is all there is to it. If you are sincere to the hadiths, then it's obviously about Ma'asoomeen. If you want to twist and turn the hadithal thaqalain and hadithal kisaa, then go ahead. It doesn't matter how we argue about it by grammar. There is a flow both ways, because, God wanted it to have these two flows to test us, as Imam Zainal Abideen talks about in Saheefa Sajjadiya, if we don't act upon Quran (ie. have Taqwa) there is a deception full of deceptions in it. Satan has control and can make you have attention span of goldfish where he wants if you don't fight back and guard against his influence. Hizbal Shaytan will obviously see Quran differently then hizballah, it is what it is. It as Quran says "...and it does not increase the unjust but in perdition."
  4. Salam If we read everywhere there is mention Twelve it has to do with the upright religion and the covenant of Bani-Israel and the door they were meant to enter by. The twelve rivers are emphasizing that we must not mix with our pure source of drink others who will pollute our water. In other words this miracle like the mountain being risen over them was symbolic of the path their nation had to tread. In case of the Twelve Months and upright religion it's a contrast to the corrupt priests and Rabbis, and in context is saying: "There is but Twelve representatives of the Messenger", no one else is to take on this role of taking his place and representing his light, but the Twelve. It's similar to "You Wali is only..." and the Ulil-Amr verse in contrast to the Jibt and Taghut and "do they have share in the authority...". All praise to God who guided us to this and we would not be guided to it were it not for God guiding us to it.
  5. A golden part of Misbahal Shariah (the most noblest book in my opinion after Quran we have): Contemplating death kills desire, cuts off the roots of heedlessness and strengthens the heart with Allah's promise of life hereafter. It refines nature, breaks the signs of passion, extinguishes the fire of greed and renders this world vile; this is the meaning of the Holy Prophet's words: 'To reflect for an hour is better than a year of worship.' That hour of reflecting is the moment when you unite the ropes binding you to this world and fasten them to the next. The descent of mercy from Heaven never ceases when death is remembered in this way. If a person does not reflect on death, and on his own lack of any means to escape it, on his great incapacity, on the length of time he will spend in the grave and his bewilderment at the Resurrection, there is no good in him. The Holy Prophet said, 'Remember the destroyer of pleasures.' When asked what that was, he replied, 'Death. Whenever one of Allah's servants remembers this when he is wealthy, this world is constricted for him. Whenever he remembers it in hardship, it is expanded for him.' Death is the first station of the next world and the last station of this world. Blessed is he who shows himself generous and benefits at the beginning, and blessed is he who has done his best at the end. Death is the closest thing to accompany the son of Adam, although he deems it to be the furthest away. How much man inflicts on himself? What weaker creature is there? In death lies the rescue of the sincere and the destruction of the wrongdoers. That is why some yearn for death while others hate it. The Holy Prophet said, 'If a person loves to meet Allah, Allah loves to meet him; and if a person hates to meet Allah, the Allah hates to meet him.'
  6. To remember death constantly is the only way to battle Satan. Reflect on what has passed of this world. Has any of it remained for anyone? Has anyone remained in it, be he noble or lowly, rich or poor, friend or enemy? Similarly, what has not yet happened of it resembles more closely that which has passed of it, than water resembles water. The Messenger of Allah said, 'Death is enough of a warner; the intellect is enough of a guide; precaution is enough of a provision; worship is enough of an occupation; Allah is sufficient as an intimate friend; the Qur'an is enough of a clarification.' And elsewhere, 'Only affliction and trial remain of this world. If a person is saved, it is only by sincerely seeking refuge.' And Noah said, 'I found this world to be like a house with two doors. I entered through one of them and went out through the other.' Such is the state of the one who was saved by Allah: so what is the state of one who feels at ease in this world, relies on it, wastes his life by cultivating it, and is full of worldly demands? Reflection is the mirror of good deeds and the expiation of bad deeds. It is the light of the heart, and guarantees ease to other people and success in obtaining betterment for the next abode; it allows one to foresee the outcome of one's actions, and causes an increase in knowledge. Worship of Allah is unparalleled when accompanied by this quality. The Messenger of Allah said, 'To reflect for an hour is better than worshipping for a year.' The station of reflection is only obtained by him whom Allah has singled out for the light of gnosis (ma'rifah) and tawhid. -Imam Jaffar.
  7. O God You are the Master Who brings us out of the darkness into the light You are the one who provides us with means To destroys our sins and win over the everlasting blessings I turn to your chosen Guides Make them hear my words O Messenger of God Kiss your daughter Fatima And train my soul's sword with your sword Train it to be loving and kind towards others Just as you were a mercy to mankind Train to it be resolved and strong Just as you were strong and resolved O Ali, o Commander of the faithful Kiss your wife Fatima And train my soul's sword with your sword Train it to be loving and kind towards others Just as you were a mercy to mankind Train to it be resolved and strong Just as you were strong and resolved O Hassan Kiss your mother Fatima And train my soul's sword with your sword Train it to be loving and kind towards others Just as you were a mercy to mankind Train to it be resolved and strong Just as you were strong and resolved O Hussain Kiss your mother Fatima And train my soul's sword with your sword Train it to be loving and kind towards others Just as you were a mercy to mankind Train to it be resolved and strong Just as you were strong and resolved O Imams from the offspring of Hussain Kiss your grandmother Fatima And train my soul's sword with treasures you inherited With wisdom you know With beauty With revealed good acts O Mahdi You are always with us As you are with all humans and Jinn Attempting to guide them But only who fears God Truly has you as Guide So ask your Lord To terrify us from walking the misleading ways And be attracted to your path The path of your companionship Guidance and light The path where you become the eyes which we see The ears which we hear The tongue by which we speak For you are the face of God by which the guided get guided by And our intercessor and our witness So as you are with us and all humanity Do remember us in your prayers And don't give up on us Though we may despair of God's mercy And his intense favour Don't despair of us, and pray for us! O Allah You appointed us Guides And Masters, and Trainers All to bestow your favor And unite us with you and your light So do inspire us with sincerity to you Make our hearts steadfast towards you Make us grateful towards you divine favors Mainly that of the family of Yaseen The Successors of Taha Ameen Ya Rabal-Alimeen.
  8. O Ali For holding to your love we must bear hardship Envy of the evil of Jinn and humanity Is upon the lovers of Ali O Ali Help us carry your sword The holy book The name of God The reminder The Sunnah of your brother Entrusted to you by the Messenger Inspire us by to hold on to it And connect us with powers you united from all Messengers O Ali Displayer of wonders Marker of the Way Be with us in our hardships And pray for us before we die And after we die And on the day we are raised. O Ali Teach us to repel and fight back the darkness The evil sorcery upon the hearts Show us and train us Time to time As we are guided by the Guide of time Al-Mahdi your son. O Ali Inspire us to be with you To be afraid of falling off your path Afraid of dropping your sword Inspire us with the state of fear of the day we are reckoned The day we are reckoned on how we took the reminder of the love of you and your family
  9. God bless you, I took it the wrong way. Forgive me.
  10. I did, and it's not accurate. Some of it is, but for example, I can do detail stuff and tasks And it's unfair to say I know things intuitively or rely on intuition, when I was blind to Quran till hadiths of Ahlulbayt opened up my eyes, and I had to think and think to solve problems I had with it, and that the knowledge I rely upon is intuitive when it has been through study of Quran and ahadith. I make notes of Quran, and have to think about them. When I program a program, I make diagrams, and write and rewrite plans....and have to think things through. I don't just intuitively rely on intuition. In fact, intuition is misguiding. It's only through sincere reflection of basic truths and linking from that, and building on that, do we attain the higher truths. I changed my views so much over time and learned from so much people. I've read books of scholars like Imam Khomeini and Tabatabai and Mutahari, they help open my eyes up on how to approach Quran and ahadith. And I don't like this personality type stuff. I doubt any psychologist can pin down my personality to full accuracy of who I am.
  11. So I slip up (do a mistake) and people now want to unleash their hatred on me. Khair inshallah, I open to criticism. Tell me what I need to improve upon.
  12. He is the close one by which we derive our rights from and ask another our rights from one another. He is the blessed one in the blessings through his name that encompasses all things and gives light to all things. It's through his highness that Ali used to heighten himself by, and is the source of honor. He is the light of all light, the one who we ascend to and return to. He is God such that he misses no praise, no glory, no beauty, and has every blessing that he can possibly bestow.
  13. This would justify non-Muslims hating Muslims for an act of a few. Does it make sense?
  14. Salam I think most of the bigger Surahs revolve around Ali and the Imams. I like to keep digging because then the Quran comes together like that. I think the deeper we see Ali and Imams, then comes the next step, what does Quran guide and teach regarding adhering to their Wilayah during their being here with us and in their absence (like right now). I think we have to understand that Quran could of just had a Surah that said "Ali and 11 Imams from his offspring are chosen, follow them", but taught in a way we have to understand the philosophy of guidance of the leaders appointed by God while negating the Jibt and Taghut and the false authority that always tries to claim Caliphate and Imamate "Or do they have a share in the authority?..." I am truly humbled how Allah [swt] proves the philosophy of his religion and even has this Umma as a proof of why we need guidance and Imams from him implicitly taught in Quran. I love delving deep, because the more deeper I go, the more illuminated the book becomes, and the more it comes together, and I find in teaching and sharing the notes I make on Quran, helps me understand better as well. However, that is just to verify certainty upon certainty. While as you said looking for ambiguous or non-established hadiths to prove Shiism does make us look weak.
  15. Poisons and traps, Occult darkness Magic upon magic All to veil us from you, O Ali We tore the veils Till every verse, Of the holy book, Spoke behind the curtain, Saying Ya Ali O Ali We are here to help you We are here to support you We are here to love you O Ali Allah eloquently calls to you in Quran While your eloquent tongue calls to Quran You are with the truth And the truth is with you O Ali Your sword is on earth And we will embrace it And let it stab us So that we can be from you O Ali Your sword is the sword of God It is Hassan, it is Hussain It is the Mahdi the Guide of our time It is with us all Calling us to pick it up Saying I am with you, I am at your service I am the name of God, that gives you light I been with you all along. How long will you stay resisting me? How long will you not embrace me? O Ali Your words will not be forgotten Your battles remembered Your advice will be followed We will choose you over the Dunya And not let Satan defeat us For choosing you is choosing God And we have no means to God But through you and your brother the Messenger of God And the Imams from your offspring Forget us not with your Lord And pray for us, and plead for us
  16. Salam God picked out of infinite words, the words that are found in Quran. To me, this essentially means we cannot belittle a single verse of Quran. We may not know why they are essential as clarifying the true religion to all of humanity and their disputes regarding what is the true way of submitting to God but every verse is an essential foundation. To me for example, the verses mentioning the door that bani-Israel had to enter upon, the 12 Captains, the 12 rivers, the 12 who were grandchildren and ways, the people who guide by the truth among them, the Imams who guide by God's command, the true King Talut (who later became a Messenger), the family of Moses and Aeron, are all essential to guidance to my creed. You take away these verses, and Sunnis would feel nothing. Nothing is missing from guidance....the religion is still what it is, and these verses are in a way superfluous. They are not essential pieces of Quran. Take away all mention of Aeron, take away everything that is said about him in Quran, and take away suratal inshira that compliments all that and designates it to someone among this nation with the same position....and again, nothing is missing to them. Take away the emphasis of all chosen families in Quran, again, nothing would be missing for essential guidance. It's not needed at all. It's just mention but has no application to us. This is while to a twelver Shia, all these verses are confirming one another, and are essential to the Quran. Take away any of these themes and our faith would be shaken. Take away for example Aeron in Quran, and a major foundation of our faith would be shaken. Take away for example for me the two verses mentioning Elyas name, and a major foundation for me would be gone. Take away the 12 Captains and I would be seriously hurt by it. I believe in the book all together. I appreciate every verse that is stated in there. I will leave with one more. Take away the mention of "Ulil-Amr" in 4:59 and not only Sunnis would not feel anything missing, they would feel more at ease with their faith. This has tell you something. This has tell you someone cares about what Quran says while others may want to dismiss everything it says as unclear, as unapplicable, as non-muhkam. Take away the wage verses in Quran and again Sunnis would not care. The wage of course is the most essential unifier to Shias - we emphasize on love of Ahlulbayt in poetry, in our gatherings, etc, because that is the path Quran calls to. Allah [swt] could of just told us to obey Ulil-Amr with no emphasis on loving the near kin of his Messenger, but we see Allah [swt] emphasizes on love and the religion at the end is nothing but love. May God make us appreciate his book and not belittle verse after verse, dismissing them....all to stick to the idol created by Satan and who we call "I".
  17. If you blindly follow a religion, you are tending to value yourself and the leaders (divinely appointed or not) above that of truly following God. You obey yourself or leaders or community rather than obeying God in that case. In this case, even true Prophets like Mohammad and Moses, would become an idol. But if we truly value God above all else with much higher value, we would seek to know the truth of who he truly appointed and be upon a manifest proof from our Lord.....and we would not follow those who we have no proof of their authority. Otherwise, we value others or ourselves on par with God and his obedience.
  18. Salam I just realized it could be interpreted either way. Him saying Quran doesn't say anything about God's location can be said that the verses of him being on the Arsh are not explicitly designations of God being located there. That would be against the Salafi interpretation. I was a little hasty in my conclusions. However, we should not kill these issues. These issues are very important and should not be killed.
  19. I will tomorrow inshallah. This is so frustrating. Finding this out disappointed me a lot.
  20. He explicitly states the issue of where is God is a non-issue and that these type of issues should be killed. We shouldn't discuss them. Even says that Quran (and we seek refuge of ignorance of essential knowledge of Quran) doesn't talk about the issue of location of God. Through and through he is Salafi on Taqiya. He hides his view on things when there is no reason to except for fear of his popularity coming down and his position being exposed. I can tell to him his position is more important than Tawheed. After a while, you are going to see he is like every other Salafi preacher, they come with speech that seems sincere, while their real desire is that people bow down to them. Imam Ali says "The foremost thing in his religion is his unity, and the foremost thing in his unity is to deny him attributes...." If God and his reality becomes a non-issue...than what becomes an issue? Our Imams were oppressed, their followers were killed, yet they made issue of the oneness of God. They made an issue of people attributing him location. They didn't try to kill this issue but clarify the truth of it. Another deceiver among many deceivers. Satan's plan with him is to make him some sort of guru about Quran and it's wonders....so that if he doesn't see Wilayah of Imams in Quran, then no one else really does, right? If he can't see something in Quran, then he obviously can say "Quran didn't say anything about location of God".
  21. Unity with humanity is upon us. And to unite humanity, we have to agree to come together on common grounds. And Sunnis and Shias, despite our bitter differences, have a lot of common ground. The Quran commands us to come with a common words between us and Christians and Jews. We ought to see each other in one another. Humans are one family, one nation. We ought to also feel at one with creation, with the Angels, Jinn, animals, plants, earth, atoms of the universe, etc.... It's only then we can feel oneness with God and the Imam of time.
  22. It becomes part of us if we don't ask forgiveness. If we ask forgiveness, it means we regretted sincerely, and our book which is at the center of our being, will not have the darkness written by Angels.It's ugly monsters will not be afflicted to our souls and it's ugly darkness will not be written in our book, otherwise, it becomes a part of us we must destroy. Sins destroy souls. Sins cause people to remain in everlasting pain and torment. Those who have fear will quickly repent and regret.
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