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Ain-Al Hayat

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  1. (إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون ) Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un "Surely we belong to Allah and to Him we shall return" May Allah Grant him the best place in Jannah and forgive his sins, May Allah give your family the patience during these difficult times.
  2. (daroon)درون means "inside(of)" inside of life = daroon e zindagi or "dar daakhl e zindagi" Life inside of= zindagi dar daakhl (زندگی در داخل) or " zindagi e daroon" So it depends on the sentences structure "outside of" = (beeroon az) بیرون از / (kharj az) خارج از Beeroon/kharj az zindagi = out/ outside of Life Or you can simply say "beeroon e zindagi"... I think without using prepositions (az, dar) I'm beginner so I don't know if that's 100% correct, that's only according to my knowledge
  3. Yes Of course... language is really important and the guy knows other languages as well so there is no problems for us to communicate... the main concern is his family back home...and it is difficult for me to understand them and I feel sometimes really bad...now that she has my number ( future mother in-law) she calls me and and keeps talking about something which I don't understand and when I don't say anything her tone becomes a bit louder slightly rude lol... I don't want to talk about her badly but that's the reality ... I don't know what to do:( And my mum is quite worried.
  4. Is that allowed because I wasn't aware of it...or according to any Ullamah/ Marja? That's my main concern... because I don't know their language that well and they don't know any other languages So would be great if I start learning their language...is this a good idea? I'm more worried about my future in-laws... because my future mother in-law seems pretty strict I hope what you say, turns to be true insha'Allah I'll be praying for your cousin's marriage Mashallah your parents must be really cooperative:)
  5. Salam un alykum everyone Hope you all are doing well. I have some questions regarding intercultural marriage and how can you interact during engagement period in an appropriate way, where are the limits regarding Islamic laws? What are some important things you should consider before marrying someone from different culture background? How do you overcome cultural differences/ language issues in marriage? Lately I'm hearing a lot of negative comments about intercultural marriage... like "it won't last long, because of some of some differences"..."you don't speak same languag
  6. Wish you have a blissful Ramadan. May the Rahmat of Almighty Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) shine upon you and your family always
  7. True And when they leave they take a part of your heart with them...and you have to learn to live uncompleted for your rest of life Just learn to live with that and let it go there is no point to hold on to past...it will just increase your suffering This pain will make you a stronger person indeed No you are not the only one...who is going through that feeling...but that happens to lot of people To love someone is not a sin...but on wrong time, wrong place yes that's a Problem...is this in our control? Honestly no and yes But I have learned to suffer i
  8. Salam Brother @Ehsan I really enjoyed listening to your first Episode...it made me think really deep thoughts...and now about to listen to the second and third episodes as well
  9. I fasted yesterday and today as well and insha'Allah tomorrow I'll be fasting too:) For Sahri I had Avocado Toast and Egg and chai and for Iftar I'll be making Lentil Dal with Hearty Greens.
  10. Children of Heaven (بچه‌های آسمان‎, Bačče-hâ-ye âsemân) ...I have watched this film countless times last week I watched this film but this time in Farsi and I cried a lot ...it just made me remember some good old childhood days and how happy I used to be What is your favourite childhood memory?
  11. That's the Problem with people like you you guys just want to spread negativity and nothing else... when the writer is clearly saying that she is not an expert in Islam and that's only her perspective about Hazrat Zainab SA then we shouldn't exaggerate the whole thing. Instead appreciating the organisation's good works and you are picking only one thing that doesn't matches your mentality. How do you expect from everyone to have the same respect for Syeda Zainab SA as you. Sorry ... I wish we could pay more respect to her... because after all what she did we couldn't even pay back 1% of her sa
  12. So my username mean "Essence of Life" Last year I started to read this amazing book written by Mohammad-Baqer Majlesi which I'm still reading and it has really positive effect on my life that's why I dedicate my username to the book's title.
  13. Lol there would be so much too change but this is what you call history... that you can never change and you shouldn't repeat just learn from it. But of course there are some moments that I wish didn't take place in my life and I had the option to delete them.
  14. Salam Brother I'm not married but here is my opinion. People can have positive or negative changes in them. No one can be changed overnight...it takes time. So basically if you are noticing a change in your partner maybe you should figure out where He/she is spending their most time with... what's their activities nowadays...are you giving them enough attention... maybe a talk wouldn't be that bad but if you stay humble and deal this matter with a lot of patience. I personally think your opinions are always in change...my opinion about Islam has changed with time... I used to be bold
  15. At the moment Iran is not accepting any hawzah applications because of the pandemic about Iraq I don't know...use this time for online pre-hawzah studies or any Farsi or Arabic language courses. The application process to any hawzah can take up to 4-6 months until you get a Visa and the paperwork is done. So it depends where you are standing in your life at this point and are you 100% sure about it...is this what you really want, because it's not an easy way. https://youtu.be/Pev-7Nj31pE
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