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Uni Student

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  1. Not everything that is technically halal is good for you, because halal acts also include those which are makruh. You have to use your own judgement on what is good and bad for you within the limits of halal and haram. Jumping temporary marriages from prostitute to prostitute is technically halal but doesnt mean its spiritually beneficial
  2. try for the permanent nikkah even if you are financially unstable before you consider mutah with ahle kitab and if you go through with the mutah then be prepared for the slim chance of raising a child with her
  3. ethanol is not najis, so no it does not invalidate wudhu
  4. Yes this is exactly what I'm talking about. Of course it's not meant to be taken literally it only serves to emphasize the importance of gaining knowledge
  5. Why are there hadiths that describe certain deeds so harshly, when they are not as big of a deal that the hadith makes it seem? For example, there is a hadith that if you do not read Surah Iklhas at least once in your namaz for the entire day it is as if you have not prayed. And if you do not read at least once for a whole week and you die, it is as if you died a follower of Abu Lahab. How is this logical considering that Surah Iklhas is not a wajib part of namaz? I assume that this kind of strong criticism only serves to show the great importance of reciting it in namaz but why associate those people who fail to do it with Abu Lahab? Right now if I don't read it in my namaz ever again for my entire life, am I bound to go to hell? These kinds of hadiths where makruh acts are criticized so harshly, to the point where it seems like a grave sin, scare me because I could be doing something wrong out of ignorance. I wish I could think of other hadiths I've read but nothing comes to mind right now
  6. Salaam, i was wondering how is tahajjud prayed? Is it just like normal namaz or are there specific things to be recited? And is the timing at midnight or right before fajr?
  7. Whether your motivation to quit was purely for Allah's sake or for the sake of the worldly benefits that the NoFap community says you will get (confidence, energy, etc) it makes absolutely zero difference. Fear of Allah is not always enough for us humans to quit a sin unfortunately so if you have found some other way to motivate yourself that's fine as long as you have quit. Wishing you the best
  8. Not wajib unless you are committing haraam
  9. Muhammad bin Muslim relates from Imam Baqir ((عليه السلام).) that the Imam said, "O Muhammad bin Muslim! Every sin of a Mu’min for which he has repented is forgiven. For the future after repentance and forgiveness they must continue good deeds. By Allah no one has this merit except the faithful." I inquired; "what if someone does Tawba and Istighfar and then commits a sin and again repents?" In response, the Imam said, "O Muhammad bin Muslim! You know very well that a Mu’min can honestly be ashamed for his deeds. Then if he repents, will Allah not accept his Tawba?" I asked what if he sins a number of times? He said, "Even then his Tawba will be accepted. Allah ((سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى).) will pardon his sins because He is very kind. He will surely accept repentance and overlook our misdeeds. Beware! You may not make a Mu’min disheartened." Abu Basīr says: I requested Imam Ja’far Sadiq ((عليه السلام).) to explain what was ‘Tawba Nasūh’ ordered by Allah? He said, “A repentance after which he never commits that sin again.” I said, “Master! Is there anybody among us who would not sin ever again? The Imam replied, “O Abu Basīr! Verily God loves His slave who gets deceived more and then repents over it.”
  10. Agreed but in heaven this may not be an issue. But once again I don't even know if what I read was true about women having male hoors
  11. Perhaps in Jannah there will be no feelings of jealousy from either gender
  12. I may be terribly wrong here but I've heard that in Jannah polygamy will be for both genders, but this was not explicitly said to the arabs since they would not take kindly to the idea of their wives having male houris etc.
  13. Maybe because there aren't there male houris as well as female
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