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In the Name of God بسم الله

ServantOfZainab09

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    missing my master (ajfs)..
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    philosophy, religion, literature (poetry).

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  1. Wasalam. Thank you for your concise but meaningful response. I will keep that all in mind. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you immensely.
  2. I completely understand what you mean! I'm glad you've come to terms with it. It is definitely so much more important to stick to the wajib before anything, for that is what matters most. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you.
  3. You are absolutely right sister.. I think that for me, I've chosen to embark upon the path of faith that I am on because It is the only one which has allowed me to grow. For example, I quit listening to music, not only for religious reasons, but I realised and acknowledged how it was affecting me mentally as well, hence I resolved to stop listening to it. Contrarily, when I wasn't on the path of faith, I sinned a tremendous amount more than usual, did not fear God and society was able to manipulate me so much easier. I do not seek to become a pious or religious person (and don't think I ever will be able to), however, my sole aim at this point is to please Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and specifically Imam Zaman (ajfs) because he is dearest to my heart and I have disappointed him enough through my actions in the past (and present). However, yes, particularly due to the fact that we are brought up in the west and it is so difficult to hold onto even the basis of your faith, parents have not yet established how it really is to be a youth of this time and age, hence have raised us the way that they were raised (or similar) despite the evident differences in our way of living. I've almost always felt outcast for having a different mindset from others. I only want to become a better person in all that I do, but I guess there are many obstacles on this path and only I can defeat them.. Thank you so so so much for your response sister, I appreciate it so much. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless your soul immensely. Salam.
  4. Salam, Recently I've hit the lowest spiritual point in a long time & I am finding it rather difficult to cope with even minor issues such as anger control, listening to music (I usually don't) and even sleeping disturbances have contributed to the struggle. I am quite stressed due to school and other personal issues but I'm not sure that I want to use that as an excuse for my mistakes and sins, considering that I am aware of my actions. I long for the connection that I am usually able to maintain with God and the Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام), and have only grasped the worth of it as it slipped out of my grip. Any advice would be highly appreciated. God bless.
  5. Salam dearest brothers & sisters, My question to you all is, how does one prepare for the zuhoor of the Imam (ajfs), or rather, encourage the zuhoor of the Imam (ajfs)?
  6. What does a bird with yellow feathers symbolise in a dream? I've heard about it symbolising death but is there any other interpretations..?
  7. salam so i am currently a high school student, in a situation that has left me unsure of what to do. i have a Muslim group of friends who i have been friends with for over 2 years. however, in the past few months, i haven't felt so comfortable amongst them. i have felt like an outsider, mainly because i don't really share common interests with them anymore. they are not on the same level of religion, and they aren't fond of discussing anything related to God/ religion. but the issue is that I am the opposite. i love discussing philosophy, religion, old poetry etc.. but they would rather ramble on about music, boys and even sometimes, gossip. at times, even when i mention religion, i can feel the disinterest and annoyance vibe coming from them. so i just sit there quietly. hence i've distanced myself from them, spending a lot of my time alone at school, in fear that i will somehow get influenced ( i can be quite easily influenced ). they are not horrible people in any way, in fact, they are quite nice people, but i really don't find myself being a part of them anymore. this friendship has honestly began to take a toll on my mental health but i am not sure whether distancing is a good idea or not. i truly am very lost and i really do feel like this is a test from God. it is either i remain distant and spend more of my time alone for the sake of God or that i stay with them and hope to not get influenced and affected anymore. what advice could anyone give me? God bless you all.
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