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The Canuck

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  1. yes ur exactly right, that was my intention & not because of anything else....I just hope she understands that though... If I were you that's probably all I would say. I also think that's all that you need to say. Just tell her that all you were doing was looking out as a friend. That's it.
  2. (salam) In my own opinion, no you shouldn't tell her your distancing from her because of her relationship with another person. Regardless if you approve of it or not. That's kind of childish lol -Okay I can understand it sometimes, but in this case it's not really called for. I also don't think you should distance yourself from her, if you genuinely think she's a nice person and she's simply being taken advantage of. You should just be your normal self and stop letting this bother you. You can't live other peoples' lives. You can distance yourself naturally from the situat
  3. Do you have real proof of this? and also could it possibly have been referring to the "condition" and not the people?
  4. It seems to me you warned her of potential dangers because you were worried that she might get hurt or in a situation where she would regret. You did your part, so now you should feel free.
  5. Salam alaikum, - Just let it go. It's over. - If you car pool to work and it helps -Great. Forget about seat orientation or what others' presume. - i) Don't care about what other people think. Who cares? - ii) Be clear where you stand, so there's no misunderstanding. - You tried to help and gave advice, khalas it's over. Some people may not want it. ws
  6. (Salam) Arabic: Karb = anguish Bala'= plague, calamity Farsi: Kar = deaf, sudden silence, stun Bala' = calamity, disaster, misfortune, plague (from Arabic). In farsi kar-bala' = a sudden deafening strike of calamity. Ws
  7. Cavs had a chance to win the game, I woulda called for Lebron to drive instead of settle for a deep fade away jumper. Hope Kyrie's alright and able to play Game 2. Steph Curry played great.
  8. Salam, He dominated the boards against the Bulls and Boston too, it's not only Atlanta. He moves very quick and is a beast inside. He's Clevelands neutralizer against Golden State's Green or Barnes, in inside the paint play. Just my opinion. With all due respect Harden, he's a good player, however he does not even come near to James's calibre. Iguodala may be warriors best defender, but James is too strong for him, James is too fast for Green, Barnes is really their best guy to defend James in my opinion, but James has mass on him too, and James should be stronger. Lebron is not a volume
  9. Golden State has a deeper bench, BUT ...sometimes it's about match-ups. Cleveland actually matches up better. The cavs have athletic guards in Shumpert, J.R. Smith, who's a serious baller when he wants to be, Mozgov matches up much better with Bogut, instead of Dwight Howard or De Andre 2000, Triston Thompson and Lebron can handle Draymond Green and Barnes. If the Cavs quick guards can take away space from Clay Thompson and Steph, which they are athletic enough to do, and nobody on the Warriors can stop James, Green is too slow on the perimeter, their best guy is Barnes...but i just have a f
  10. (Salam) Sayed also can simply mean "Mr.". They're just words, that have regular meaning. You're confusing religious symbolic terms/concepts with actual language. For example, imam is a leader of a nation, or even a community or masjid, or group of people praying. So it depends on what language a native speaker is using. If your native language is English or Urdu, sometimes these words are confused to be solely religious symbolic words. Because it is not native to these languages. Translate everything to one language, for eg. English, and it wont be as confusing. Ws
  11. (Salam) It depends on exactly what one means. It is easy to get carried away. It must be understood, that if you simply listen to your boss and do as directed this does not mean you think your boss shares powers with the Creator. It does not mean that you think God and your Boss are supernatural powers. It does not mean that God cannot control some powers that your Boss can. The logic behind this is not true. However, symbolically you can say "it appears one worships money and worldly gain". This does not equate to concluding that suddenly Allah (swt) does not have all power, nor that su
  12. (Salam) Actually, ISIS would be no where if it wasn't for the heavy funding it originally got from western allies (which most of there economy and money was created by the west). Also, ISIS only gained success because it used surprise attacks. It dressed up as police. Attacking people and driving villagers out of their homes are cowardly acts. There is nothing brave about it. Inticing terror and fear through media, through murder, is not bravery. The other iraqis, whether shia muslims, kurds, turkmens, christians, yezidis have never declared they would murder, usurp, steal, commit genocide
  13. (salam) I am really sorry for your hardships. That sounds really awful. Did you see a Doctor for this? and the treatment that you're doing, is it prescribed by a Doctor? or were you diagnosing and prescribing all on your own? I hope you are rid of all those worms and fully healed, if not yet, then soon insha Allah!
  14. ^Amu zaadeh means offspring of paternal uncle. Amu = uncle. But yeah nobody says that. That list is too long to type from a tablet. Hamcheshm lol. Who comes up with that? It doesn't make sense. How is amuzaadeh archaic? Zaadeh is Farsi, and Amu is Arabic/Farsi?
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