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LionLearner

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  1. Asalamu’alaykum dear brothers and sisters, I have a question for which I would appreciate any answers or advice. I work at a car dealership and recently got offered a job in the finance department. Now I wont be setting the interest rates or helping customers with their finance application but I will be handling the final paperwork which involves signing out agreements between them and the finance company. Also at the end of the month I will receive a bonus which, from what I know is based upon the monthly performance of the finance department in whole. I have done the interview already b
  2. Salam All, A question on behalf of a brother. I wanted to know that if you work in a sales job and part of your job role requires you to pass customers onto the finance department who would then provide customers with finance (With interest rate) is this job acceptable according to islamic Jurisprudence? Jazak'Allah
  3. Congratulations on accepting the Haq (truth) I pray Allah-The most gracious keeps you firm on your deen and keeps you on the straight path. Ameen.
  4. Wake up very early one day and stay active throughout the day. Go running or gym or whatever makes you tired. You should feel tired earlier than usual, make wudhu and go sleep. Wake early again but not as early as the first day. Stay active again and sleep early. Sick to this routine by force and within 4-5 days you should automatically be used to it. btw you really gotta force yourself in the morning. Like the brother above said, splash some water on your face. Good luck
  5. My heart was dead for a longtime too. While the shaytaan kept laughing i decided enough is enough! Picked myself up and made changes. Started of small: Pray on time, read duas when free, read tasbeeh, give to charity, go the extra mile to help people, pray for repentence( not just for me but the whole of the ummah), abstain from sin (this is no small change and deffo not the easiest but i gave it my all) started caring about my health more and the list goes on. My heart was pure black before all this, but alhumdulilah day by day it was being filled with nuur. After 2 weeks of abstaining from s
  6. Im sure if you google your state along with ziyaarat to iran, something will definately come up. If you were located here in the UK i could of helped you a bit more.
  7. Salam all, I have heard since i was young that clipping nails after maghrib is mukrooh. Is this just another superstition or is there any rulings on this ?
  8. Sorry dont know much arabic ones but have a listen to these urdu/farsi ones (some have subtitles) The message of Karbala has no language.
  9. A simple "Alhumdulilah" (All praise to Allah) would be sufficient enough i guess, but if u want to make a dua then even better
  10. Allah swt ALWAYS has a better substitute planned!
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