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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. continued... For eons of time, my luminous dew Drenched the Nainava sands in a silvery hue This color was cold, devoid of the pure So the grits served no calling, unable to cure But embedded in shards was a prophecy great The red of a being who would alter their fate Thus the sands then awaited and slumbered in dunes Serenaded by winds who howled in tunes Many a came, to build cities and homes But fortune decreed, here only they'd roam Recall in Seventy One, the interminable rain The onslaught of punishment for mocking his name I witnessed my mien in every inch of this Earth For mirrored we
  2. Yes, similarly I heard in a speech that eating or drinking haram unknowingly still affects one spiritually. The analogy the speaker gave was that if you eat something poisoned, without knowing that it is poisoned, it will still harm you physically. The effect of of haram on the soul is a similar matter. However, I think that if you are actively and consciously trying to avoid haram, Allah swt will aid you in your struggle.
  3. Salam, I think often times many of us cry "ritually" in the sense that we forget that those tears should serve to soften our hearts. After our hearts are softened, we are more easily able to accept our mistakes. Whenever a lecturer points out something wrong with society or something the society should improve, we should never think that this admonishment is applicable only to someone else. We should always think that the lecture being recited is directed at ME. Another way to make Moharram productive is to obtain a lesson from each shahadat. For example. what good is crying over Hazrat H
  4. Jazakallah, my favorite line: "The year rises with a cataclysmic fall." May you receive no gham except Gham-e-Hussain (a.s.)
  5. I step outside my door into the frigid night Anticipating and longing for an unwelcome sight My heart has gone heavy from dejection of lead My head has gone heavy producing tears of dread The sight is awaited for it means once again I am to be reunited, with my Mola Hussain As my eyes scan the night, the onyx, the black The coagulation of tears makes me lose my track There’s prayer I yearn, a prayer ungrateful That I may go blind, my sight become dull For if I can’t see it, then it might serve to mean Whatever it witnessed, was but a dream My dua is not granted, and the blood in my
  6. May Allah swt hasten the reappearance of the Imam (a.s.) to avenge the blood of Sakina that fell upon the sands.
  7. This was riveting. I am in tears. Thank you so much for sharing.
  8. Jazakallah. I am humbled, my only wish is that this is accepted by them (a.s.) I am reading Milton's Paradise Lost right now and wish someone that talented could write such a poem about Kerbala. That'd be amazing. :cry:
  9. Stripped down to its molten core, the sun beats, pulsates. the dry blazing winds extract the little scarce droplets left, And she, cloaked in Tatheer, releases the petals. They land. One by the river, One covered by a mound of dust, Two in embrace, One, pierced by a thorn, One shattered in fragments, One lingers in the air, awaiting the fall of others, before it is subdued by the blaze. The reds against the grit. Melt. Run. Into blood. I suddenly wake! The meaning of this, unbeknownst to me. And then I hear it. The sound I know with every cell The echo of Bilal’s legacy, striking the streets o
  10. I have a test on this in two days. In an effort to put it off, I come on to shiachat. Haven't logged into shiachat for like a year, and the first post I stumble upon is this one. I'm guessing this isn't coincidence. I should start studying.
  11. Concept is a flat heart line that is revived after the zikr of Mola Ali. Badli musebton ki jo chaaee thi chat gayi Mushkil meri hayat kay raston say hut gayi Mai nay Ali ka naam liya jab jalaal mai Ghabra kay meri maut bhi waapas palat gayi. Haathon mein Murtaza ki Wilayat ka Jaam Hai.. Masti si Chaa Rahi hai, Isi mey ka kaam hai.. Bus Mey Qalandari ki Muqaddas zaban hai. Dil Dharkano’n samait ALI(a) ka Ghulam hai. Please read a fatiha for my marhomeen. Syed Jalal Haider Jafri, Syeda Kaniz Fatima Abdi, Syeda Aziz Fatima Abdi, Syed Zulfiqar Hussain Hasny. Jazakallah
  12. http://dea-pride.deviantart.com/art/Fatima-Bizzat-o-minni-205563813
  13. I'm so sorry. I hardly come on here anymore... My apologies. What was your question?

  14. Asalamalaikum, Another one.. http://dea-pride.deviantart.com/#/d35r25e Iltemaase Dua
  15. http://dea-pride.deviantart.com/#/d34ilga
  16. Jazakallah! @Sat, yeah, he saw that. No time to do anything though with Moharram and whatnot. :// And he is young. lol. He just turned 17. :P
  17. Asalamalaikum, http://dea-pride.deviantart.com/#/d34ilga Ya Ali Madad
  18. ^ Sister. :) And Jazakallah. :)
  19. Asalamalaikum, Whew, it's been a while since I've been here. :donno: So, I made this heart wrenching wallpaper and throughout it, my skin was covered in goose bumps. But then after I showed everyone in my house, I thought oh yeah, good old SC. So here I am, and here it is. :cry:
  20. oh boy... you really need a new hobby

  21. omgeee hes coming to chicago???

    that means hes coming to houston!! yayyyy

  22. Its totally amazing. aik do teen pe lanat!

  23. Right now I'm thinking a whole bunch of n00bs joined since the last time I was here. :Hijabi:
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