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Carlzone

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  1. Completely Agree
    Carlzone got a reaction from PureExistence1 in Weekdays in Islam   
    Salam aleykom, 
    I have heard that an Islamic weekday starts after 3isha prayer. Is this true? 
    For instance that "khemiis"/Thursday starts after 3isha prayer on Wednesday. Is this correct? 
    If there's a 3amal that needs to be done a certain weekday, can you do it after 3isha prayer the previous day? Will you get the promised reward then or do you need to wait till the day after and do it during the day? 
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    Carlzone got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in Missing members   
    Has hasanhh been gone for a while before? Is this normal for him?
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    Carlzone reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Is circumcision required for male reverts?   
    إن الله عز وجل بعث خليله بالحنيفية و أمره بأخذ الشارب و قص الاظفار و نتف الابط و حلق العانة و الختان 
    Imam Ali (as) said from Prophet (pbu):The Lord called Abraham (peace be upon him) in a good manner. He ordered shortening the mustache and nails and removing the underarm hair and shaving the intimate parts(genitals) upper hair and circumcision.
    وسائل الشيعه ،ج 15 ،ص 163،باب 52 از ابواب احكام اولاد.
    Wasail'al Shia ,v15 , p163 ,chapter 52 from chapter Ahkan Ulad (ruling of children)
    ثُمَّ أَوْحَيْنَا إِلَيْكَ أَنِ اتَّبِعْ مِلَّةَ إِبْرَاهِيمَ حَنِيفًا ۖ وَمَا كَانَ مِنَ الْمُشْرِكِينَ ﴿١٢٣﴾
    Then We revealed to you: Follow the faith of Ibrahim, the upright one, and he was not of the polytheists. (123)
    http://tanzil.net/#trans/en.shakir/16:123
    قُلْ صَدَقَ اللَّـهُ ۗ فَاتَّبِعُوا مِلَّةَ إِبْرَاهِيمَ حَنِيفًا وَمَا كَانَ مِنَ الْمُشْرِكِينَ ﴿٩٥﴾
    Say: Allah has spoken the truth, therefore follow the religion of Ibrahim, the upright one; and he was not one of the polytheists. (95)
    http://tanzil.net/#trans/en.shakir/3:95
    http://www.pasokhgoo.ir/node/37883
    all of Maraja are saying that evey religious deed except Tawaf for Haj is accepted 
    Grand Ayatollah sistani :
    شرط صحت طواف در مردان ختنه کردن است(مناسک محشى : ص  212
    requisitionfor acceptance of Tawaf by men is circumation  (Manasek Mahshi : p212)
    http://eporsesh.com/content/چرا-خداوند-انسان-را-ختنه-دار-نیافریده-است؟ 
    http://hadana.ir/ختنه-كردن-در-اسلام/
     
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    Carlzone reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Origin of diseases   
    Salam he talks about consequences of our action in our life that disease is one of them & how we cure it with Quran & ahlulbayt (as)
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    Carlzone reacted to Ralvi in Origin of diseases   
    I do know the first instance would be of the heart of Prophet Adam (as) and mother Eve (as) when they did not head the advice of Allah. Another instance for our species of humans may be when they were expelled on earth and Propeht Adam (as) was afflicted with massive (may be amount, size, color, irritation etc )skin blights(precursors to birth spots, moles etc, so we still bear that blight albeit in small quantified amounts ) they made him hideous, and so I think he spent a while doing Ibadah asking forgiveness to Allah and eventually Allah lifted those hideous skin ‘disease’ if you could call it that...
    well it’s something to think about 
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    Carlzone reacted to Ralvi in Origin of diseases   
    I don’t know lol I’m happy to learn too
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    Carlzone reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Weekdays in Islam   
    it calls night of next day but for calculating time of Salat 'al layl you must calculate time between sunset to sunrise & divide it on two then add it to time of sunset that it will be time of Salat 'al Layl for example if if sunset is 7:00 pm & Morning Azan Subh before sunrise of next day is 5:00 Am that difference is 10 hours that by adding 5 to 7 pm the time of salat Al 'Layl will be 12:00 Am that after 12:00 Am can be start of next day that best thing is prarying Namaz 'Al'Layl after that time.
     
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Murtaza1 in This strange dream   
    I'm the opposite. Cats come to me and they walk around and rub their bodies against my legs. Unfortunately I'm allergic to furry animals. Sometimes I pet them anyway because they are cute. 
  9. Confused
    Carlzone got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Weekdays in Islam   
    Salam aleykom, 
    I have heard that an Islamic weekday starts after 3isha prayer. Is this true? 
    For instance that "khemiis"/Thursday starts after 3isha prayer on Wednesday. Is this correct? 
    If there's a 3amal that needs to be done a certain weekday, can you do it after 3isha prayer the previous day? Will you get the promised reward then or do you need to wait till the day after and do it during the day? 
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Ate/Eating/Will Eat?   
    Dark chocolate with hazelnuts and tea.
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Is circumcision required for male reverts?   
    Well, we all need to cut our hair, nails etc. It doesn't mean that God was wrong when he created us in need of removing them. If we didn't remove them it would be unhygienic and harm us. 
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    Carlzone got a reaction from AStruggler in This strange dream   
    When you have a bad dream you should not tell others about it. You should put sadaqa in the morning instead and not talk about the dream.
    P.s. everyone has bad dreams sometimes. 
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    Carlzone got a reaction from AStruggler in Is circumcision required for male reverts?   
    Well, we all need to cut our hair, nails etc. It doesn't mean that God was wrong when he created us in need of removing them. If we didn't remove them it would be unhygienic and harm us. 
  14. My Prayers
    Carlzone got a reaction from Shaykhmuhsin in This strange dream   
    When you have a bad dream you should not tell others about it. You should put sadaqa in the morning instead and not talk about the dream.
    P.s. everyone has bad dreams sometimes. 
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Origin of diseases   
    Oh wow! I loved this! I had no idea this guy was out there. So cool! 
    That verse is one of my absolute favourites in the Quran!
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Origin of diseases   
    I don't have a complete answer. I'm still trying to figure it out. 
    Sometimes it's definitely punishment because you've wronged your soul and when you get to know yourself better you can become completely free from the disease. 
    I can give you an example. When I was younger I suffered severely from an eating disorder. It was really bad. It took over my whole life. I couldn't eat anything without feeling anxiety or guilt.
    When I got to know myself better I understood what it was all about and why I was treating myself so badly. I accepted help and treatment by specialists and I healed completely. 
    Today I looove food and I enjoy it more than most people!  I have zero anxiety or guilt in relation to food. 
    But healing completely from an eating disorder is very rare. Most girls continue to suffer their whole lives. 
    But in my case the hadith I referred to gives a good explanation. By getting to know yourself better you can heal from something that is plaguing you. 
     
    I'm interested in finding out if this is true when it comes to tumours as well? I've read a book by someone who stated that this was the case for her when she healed from her tumour in her stomach. She did some inner work and found out why she had it and released the unprocessed emotions that were related to the tumour. 
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Asghar Ali Karbalai in Why women should not wear makeup   
    Have you ever thought why they want light skin colour? - Because of the discrimination and brainwashing that taught them on a (sub)conscious level that white skin is better than darker skin. We don't have to add fuel to the fire. 
  18. Haha
    Carlzone got a reaction from Asghar Ali Karbalai in Why women should not wear makeup   
    I've never heard this before? Where did you come across this?
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Asghar Ali Karbalai in Showing body parts after proposal   
    Exactly. 
    And they want us to feel happy with a fatwa that makes it halal for others to show pictures of us to nonmahrams without our knowledge. 
    I have had this happen to me without my knowledge and even if the result was "positive" I was [upset] knowing that they took pictures of me without telling me and showed it to a nonmahram without my consent.
  20. Haha
    Carlzone got a reaction from Zulfiqar1472 in Showing body parts after proposal   
    Because women love dressing up and making themselves beautiful. It's female nature. And as muslim females can't do that in public like western females, the only time they can do it is in all female gatherings. Or more correctly could do it as even that no longer is an option for sisters who don't want secret pervs to be watching. 
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    Carlzone reacted to AMR5 in Not ok to think about God?   
    I found the section on the “Oneness of God” in the Usool al Kafi to be sufficiently superb for all questions regarding God. Read through Chapters 1-34.
    Like you are doing, we all need to question Why  God? and Who God? on our own. Then for What God? we need to go to our Prophet (sawaw) and Imams (as). 
    Here’s the link to the Usool al Kafi which answers What God? portion of this inquisition exercise.
    https://www.holybooks.com/wp-content/uploads/Al-Kafi.pdf
    Obviously How God? and When God? are futile questions for which we are told to do it at the expense of our sanity (or basically don’t do it).
    JazakAllah Kher.
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    Carlzone reacted to Asghar Ali Karbalai in Origin of diseases   
    To summarise points of @Carlzone @notme and to what I understand is that it is just how you take the disease. Like for example, Ali Banat an australian rich guy diagnosed with cancer called it a gift by Allah and after being diagnosed with it he started doing absolute charity stating something like that Allah has given him a chance to do all this work by gifting him cancer. He also said that his only regret was that a man in suit (doctor) had to tell him that he is going to die where as Allah in quran always mentioned about death.
    So it is also how we take the illnesses.
    I will surely not say that illnesses and diseases are 'Azaab' because 'Azaab' is not something small, when Azaab of Allah falls nations vanish and that's how tough is 'Azaab'.
    In regards to 'Saza' punishment yes illnesses and diseases can be a punishment.
    But to know whether a problem (musibah) (could be anything like mental or physical) is either a test or punishment is an important question to which Moula Ali(asws) replied that the problem which takes you closer to Allah is a 'Test' and that which takes you far from Allah is his 'Punishment'.
    Hence we can conclude, a child born with illness and dying young with that illness could be a test or punishment by Allah towards his/her parents depending on how they act towards the problem?
    If they are shaakir and remembering Allah it is their test and if they are not being thankful and going away from Allah's remembrance then it is their punishment.@Carlzone
    This is in accordance to Moula Ali's(asws) way of finding it out.
    And if that child grows up with that illness so it is that child's test as well.
    I hope it is now understood by you as to how it works.
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    Carlzone reacted to notme in Origin of diseases   
    Some illnesses are caused by our actions or the actions of others. Other illnesses might be a test or even a blessing.
    For example of a possible blessing, a person with autism has social difficulties, but he also has a unique way of thinking and seeing the world which is valuable. A person who is physically handicapped might be forced to focus more on intellectual pursuits which society needs. 
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    Carlzone got a reaction from Asghar Ali Karbalai in Origin of diseases   
    Oh wow! I loved this! I had no idea this guy was out there. So cool! 
    That verse is one of my absolute favourites in the Quran!
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    Carlzone got a reaction from notme in Origin of diseases   
    I don't have a complete answer. I'm still trying to figure it out. 
    Sometimes it's definitely punishment because you've wronged your soul and when you get to know yourself better you can become completely free from the disease. 
    I can give you an example. When I was younger I suffered severely from an eating disorder. It was really bad. It took over my whole life. I couldn't eat anything without feeling anxiety or guilt.
    When I got to know myself better I understood what it was all about and why I was treating myself so badly. I accepted help and treatment by specialists and I healed completely. 
    Today I looove food and I enjoy it more than most people!  I have zero anxiety or guilt in relation to food. 
    But healing completely from an eating disorder is very rare. Most girls continue to suffer their whole lives. 
    But in my case the hadith I referred to gives a good explanation. By getting to know yourself better you can heal from something that is plaguing you. 
     
    I'm interested in finding out if this is true when it comes to tumours as well? I've read a book by someone who stated that this was the case for her when she healed from her tumour in her stomach. She did some inner work and found out why she had it and released the unprocessed emotions that were related to the tumour. 
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