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  1. Simon this is not the first time you have assumed something wrong of some of the brothers and sisters on this site, you need to take it a bit easy. We all here follow the Ahlul Bayt. Though if you really thought that her advice she gave was wrong then you could write why you thought so, without saying ''We don't need your advice on divorce and marriage''. She was being honest and you are being honest too, but you misunderstood. Bowtie Included. Lately there have been a We and You attitude in this site, it needs to stop. I wan't to remind people to read surat Hujurat. (I am an avid reader of shiachat)
  2. Yeah, I've watched The Makinations, it's a good series.
  3. Salam Alaykum I have an interesting psychology article that may contribute to this topic. I don't like anything that has to do with ''humanist'' extremely atheist Sweden and getting the answers of my religion from there is not something that I approve to either. But I really bursted out in sarcastic laugh(sorry) when I read the article. The original article is in swedish (https://fof.se/tidning/2019/1/artikel/jamlika-man-och-kvinnor-ar-mer-olika), this one is translated: ''When people themselves estimate their personalities, the differences between the sexes are greater in equal countries. It is evident from a study in which men and women in 22 countries have had to estimate their personality traits within what is commonly referred to as psychology as "Big Five": openness, conscientiousness, extroversion / introversion, benevolence and emotionality. The differences between men and women in countries with a high degree of gender equality were greatest. Women in these countries especially rated the characteristics of benevolence and extroversion higher than men. - We got a relatively strong connection, says Erik Mac Giolla, researcher in psychology at the University of Gothenburg and associate professor at the Högskolan Väst and the main author of the study. - This is really nothing new - we have seen similar results in several major studies over the past 15 years. In other studies it has been found that gender differences in the choice of education follow similar patterns. - In Sweden, for example, there are fewer women in engineering education than in Algeria, says Erik Mac Giolla. This is in line with our results. Exactly why this is so is difficult to say. It has long been thought that gender differences should decrease with increased gender equality. - There are theories that the biological differences become clearer when gender equality increases. Others argue that increased gender equality can make the gender identity more important, which can explain that men and women then make different choices, says Erik Mac Giolla. Repeated studies over time could find the mechanisms behind this. If one can follow countries that become more equal over time, one can see if, and how, men's and women's preferences change. - At the moment we do not know if this has happened over time, says Erik Mac Giolla. We can only state that more equal countries have greater gender differences in these issues. How have your results been received? - As I said, this is nothing new in personality research. I don't think this is controversial, but many social scientists and humanists seem to think so. So it depends on who you ask, but my feeling is that in Sweden many mean that this is controversial. Our study has received great attention internationally, but not in Swedish media. Why is this controversial do you think? - I don't know, says Erik Mac Giolla. But I think the results go against some form of consensus on the gender roles. The results are based on surveys with over 130,000 people aged 19 to 69 in 22 different countries, and are published in the International Journal of Psychology.'' 2018-11-03
  4. From Sayyid Ali Al-Sistani: 873. A number of things are Mustahab for the dress of a person who offers prayers. Some of these are: Turban, along with its final fold passed under the chin; loose garment on the shoulder ('Aba); white dress; and cleanest dress; use of perfume, and wearing an Aqeeq (Agate). https://www.Sistani.org/english/book/48/2211/
  5. My brother is a murtad. He said he left Islam when he was 13 years old. The problem is in the media. When the digital media industry had it’s expansion in the world in the early 21th century along with the internet, the message of Islam was not brought to light. But when it did, it was in the hands of the enemies of Islam. But I would say not to be pessimistic, this is just the beginning. It is our turn now. In my experience, their main point's is ISIS and how secularism is the way to go, also their knowledge of Islam comes from Sunni hadith.
  6. Thank you very much, I agree with you. Yeah Krita, it's very powerful because there are many brushes to select from, though my computer doesn't respond well to it, It crashes a lot. Medibang is a bit more stable.
  7. Thank you very much! I can see that too but I don't have any support from my family, sadly, they are expecting me to be something else. I am using Medibang paint, it's free.
  8. @ireallywannaknow Thank you very much and also to the others that liked it! I shared it with you because I have seen some of your drawings too. And they are mashAllah also beautiful, I like your style. You can see more art if you go to my profile and click on the website url. It is just a hobby right now, but I have thoughts of higher aspirations with my art, for example, by doing Islamic da'wah. But that is not something I'm sure of because I still have to know what kind of future is awaiting me as I'm in my last year of high school. But InshAllah I can use it for something that will benefit the Islamic community.
  9. I've been a guest in this site for some quite time and never really thought of sharing my art but that's going to change. I'm very glad to share some with the Shiachat community: Unveil your soul @ireallywannaknow
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