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tears_are_for_hussain

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  1. Salamun alaykum. I would like the password as well when it's available in sha Allah.
  2. Salamun alaykum wm wb, dear brother/sister. Bismillah. Firstly, if you made the question for your own self, ma sha Allah. It's an indicator that you might be someone who cares about your purpose in this life, or at least someone who cares enough about his/her present and/or future. If the advice sought is for another youth, ma sha Allah as well. Means you care about them? SubhanAllah! SoOoOOoo, my first and main advice would be, BE KIND. Just be it. Kind to yourself, to those around you. Kind to the ones who will eventually frustrate you (now, it doesn't mean excepting being degrade
  3. I strongly believe they are all connected (the events in one's life) and that together they all make sense and are leading us towards our final destination. I think reason why we don't have access to their meanings or so is because it's a test of loyalty of sorts between Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and us. Maybe He wants to see who will remain loyal and submissive despite not knowing "how" exactly do the dots connect. How many of mankind does not bow down bc they cannot see Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)? Few are the ones who do so despite not seeing their Lord with their eyes. It's
  4. How do you remember death? We are often told to think about it (death), but it's not easy for me to "remember" death. The most I can reach are images, like myself in the grave, and prior to that the departure of the soul, the angels, the standing before Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)... But what is it to actually "remember death or the grave"? Is it as literal as how was described above or am I missing on something? I love the munajat of Imam Ali asws, which helps me remember death, but I always feel like something is missing. How is your experience in this direction? May Allah bless yo
  5. Yes, I agree, brother/sister. A break is good. I wish I could have one as well every now and then. But most of all I wish I could get rid of what makes me want to take the break from them. On the other side, if Allah azwj ever makes me a parent one day (in sha Allah), I don't know how I would take it (my child wanting a break from my husband and I). I could be heavy! Though your situation with your parents is obviously a different one, as per your description. Balance in our relationships with our parents is always sensitive. We never wanna hurt them even if they have/hurt us. May All
  6. Salamun Alaykum sister. I cannot send you Private Messages for some reason. I guess it's cuz I'm a new member..? You tried to help me when I posted this thread. I recently saw your post involving anxiety as well. If you need someone to talk to, rant, I am here. I did not reach out to you earlier cuz of reasons. ^^ <3 I'm a sister and around your age. I just think you would hv to message me in private first in case you wanna talk, cuz I cannot message u.
  7. Salamun alaykum, sister. I totaly relate to your description. As you mentioned anxiety out of not being able to properly manage your time, do you believe it to be a case of "procrastination"? Because if this is the case, it's said that what's stopping you from achieving your goals (starting and carrying with the activity) is the fear that you won't accomplish it. Ironically, under this mindset, a person won't start the task, hence indeed they'll never accomplish it. It might get chronical and personally speaking it's tremendously overwhelming. *IF* this is the case, I suggest you to break y
  8. Salam alaykum brother. With all due respect to your situation, your post actually put a smile on my face. I do undergo the same issue except that not such a huge gap as of 15 yo and also, i have this vibe which doesn't follow that of ppl my age neither. So it's not just looks, which makes interacting with them and building meaningful bonds difficult. I still find friendship and/or brotherhood in ppl either waaay younger than me like teens or older. As said in another comment tho' what matters is wht you have inside. Usually, the best of ppl out there won't pick you up for frie
  9. "The believer is self righteous. He is more sincere with himself than seventy believers."

    Sifat Ush Shia, Ch. 60, by Sheikh Sadooq

  10. "Allah has not insured the believers against the worldly misfortunes. In fact, He insures them against the blindness in the Hereafter and the unhappiness –i.e. sightlessness."

    Sifat Ush Shia, Ch. 50, by Sheikh Sadooq

  11. Salamun Alaykum, sister. May I reply to you on a private message, in sha Allah? And, by the way, thaank you so much for your detailed view of the issue I described. I saw value in what you said. <3
  12. Salamun Alaykum warahmatulahi wabarakatuhu. It's been quite a while now I feel this overwhelming feeling of anxiety that is paralizing me from activities in general, not just religious ones. But As I am a revert, I feel bad that I can't even accomplish the very minimum I should at this point, which is, in my understanding, being engaged in learning the short surahs for prayer and improving in this realm (salat). It is going as far as I can't read the translation of the Holy Qur'an either. The thought of starting the action is already difficult for me. It involves anxiety. And then car
  13. This truly helped me think a little beyond or outside the curve. The realization that one is serving other than Allah azwj or that other interests hv been attached to ones heart other than that of serving Him alone is a difficult realization. Say u start a good deed for the sake of Allah but u see other reasons or motives emerging along the process dat do not connect to Him in essence but everything outwardly goes under the banner of "servitude". It's heavy when u ask urself what are u really doing out of love for Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). Eventually ur not even moving out of fear eithe
  14. Salamun alaykum wm wb. Quite often I realize my worship is based more on fear rather than on love for Allah azwjl. For instance, when I commit a mistake or sin or I just sense a wrong pattern of thought arising, it is always the remembrance of Hell fire that I resort to as to quit the sin of tortuous pattern. Pure love for Allah and remembrance of His imense Rahma rarely comes to my mind honestly in these moments and in general. Which leads me to feel like I am not a lover of Him but rather I just fear hell, like the worship of 'a slave' in opposition to that of 'a lover', who recognizes th
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