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2Timeless

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2Timeless last won the day on December 2 2018

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  1. Salam, I wanted help finding the source for the narration that Lady Zahra gave away her wedding dress as a form of charity. Does anyone have a reliable source? I need it for a project urgently. Thanks in advance
  2. *wakes up and smells the coffee* I agree with most of what you said, I know that alot of us are privileged and will never be put in the position of marrying a random man in the west merely for his passport. I was against the classist and discriminatory ideas your advice was built on. You believed this OP had some sort of disability or flaw, so before even suggesting that he should maybe seek help and work on himself, he should just throw himself into a marriage with a poor woman from back home. Giving the example of autistic men being taken back to Pakistan to marry a woman isn't r
  3. Why do you feel so negatively about yourself? Is it that you feel guilty over past mistakes/sins? Or have you done something you regret? I don't think the issue is that you don't want alot of friends, maybe the issue is that you feel you aren't worthy of having friends? And if so, why do you feel that way? Why does it seem troublesome though? If you feel you're not educated why don't you educate yourself? You don't even have to go back to school, there are plenty of free courses online, pick something you have even the slightest interest in. And having a low IQ doesn't define your wort
  4. What kind of poor advice is this? I don't understand the attitude you have towards (probably) your own home country/region. So any man who seems to be having some issues should just go to a poor country and any woman would accept him? Just for his passport? Not everyone is as materialistic as you think. This whole idea of women back home being sub-par or inferior is absolutely disgusting. That's not a good thing. I don't know why you just present it like a normal characteristic, something just as mundane as your hair colour. What you're saying is that basically you have no commitment
  5. LOL love how you make the man in the situation seem oh so innocent and weak to the woman's advances. It takes two to tango, Guest Pure Poison. Sure, there's obviously issues with women who willingly and knowingly pursue relationships they know will have destructive consequences, but the married man should have made clear his intentions to remain a good, loyal husband to his wife. You're making alot of sweeping generalisations. @OP, I personally wouldn't ever consider it unless there is real justifiable excuse for him to remain married to the first woman. I'm curious, why would a man who
  6. @OP: My advice to you is to try your hardest to make a better life for yourself and your son. I dont know what it feels like to go through domestic abuse, but the fact that you've acknowledged the issue and taken steps to protect yourself means you're already 10 steps ahead. Just focus on building a life for yourself and your son. If you do go back to him youre giving him a huge indication of what you feel is your self worth. @those who blamed her: I hope one day God bestows you with an actual heart and brain to help you think rationally, and freely from all the hatred and mis
  7. Lol its really weird coming back a long while later and seeing not much change over here, other than the usernames tbh. Does anyone have any insightful fiction recommendations?
  8. Women dont claim that wearing makeup is an innate desire they cannot control. Men claim they desire women in such a deep way but also behave like they are superior creatures. Strange considering that they can't even control where their eyes wonder.
  9. Are you referring to the black lives matter movement?
  10. I agree with the OP. Before lockdown, even after the fears of corona were major across the world, life was too busy, people had hardly any time to breathe. It was constantly onto the next thing, there was always something to do, somewhere to be etc. I'm sure alot of people would resonate with this, especially students, those who have part time jobs or juggle more than one responsibility etc. Although lockdown has been horrible and draining and even unhealthy (physically and mentally), things have slowed down, its like the whole world is finally working at the same pace. Theres just time to thi
  11. Why shouldnt it be necessary? People across social media tried to take back the donations they made on the gofundme page created in Aya's name after they found out she was Shia. It's the result of the lack of unity which gives rise to ignorance that caused people to think like that.
  12. @Northwest you really can’t summarise your spiritual journey in a series of bullet points. You also don’t need anyone to adopt you to 'reprogram' you. You don’t need reprogramming, you just need to evolve and better yourself, and that needs to come from within yourself not anyone else.
  13. @YaAliMadad110786 have you ever considered that your parents are just worried about you? I understand how annoying and horrible it can be, I have overprotective parents too. But as I've matured, ive realised the reason why my mum waited until I was with my friends or waited for a text from me to confirm I was with them, wasnt because she was afraid I was with a guy, but because she was afraid that someone might do something to me. Parents, especially mothers, worry alot. If they want to make sure you're with your friends until they leave you, chances are they just want to make sure you're not
  14. LOL that literally makes no sense. Just because they had no choice and were infallible, it doesn't mean we shouldn't look up to them and their morals. By your logic, I shouldn't feel too bad if I missed two prayers today, because even if Imam Ali (عليه السلام) never missed a prayer, he had no choice, so I shouldn't follow his example. The infallible were sent so we could learn from them. Not so we could sit down and moan that they had no choice and we can never have the same morals and lifestyle as them. God would never place a burden on a person if they can’t bear it. Like I said,
  15. Also, to those who keep promoting and preaching a 'no strings attached' kind of mutah, you do realise even the Western people who partake in such relationships agree that they're very messy and 9 times out of 10 someone will end up catching feelings, right? You all sit here on a high pedestal cursing Western people who have haram relationships and become intimate with 30 odd people in their lifetimes. But what exactly are you promoting? The exact same thing. Except, what you're promoting is most likely worse since it involves a 'dowry'/payment for the relationship. The only thing that seems to
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