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peace4alltheworld

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  1. One more reason not to watch TV.Heck if any one is interested in he/she can read Crystalizing public opinion by Edward Bernays.This is the guy who got women to smoke publicly by calling freedom torches.
  2. I do not think time heals any emotional traumas.All that happens is one gets used to ignoring the pain if possible by trying to get into the grind of life.Yet all those feelings come back sooner or later but one can pray, do tawasul and leave the rest to Allah. I guess OP is right in a way one has to be patient and grow from all these events even if that is a lot to ask.
  3. This is English I have come cross though not as detailed but is good.This link contains a commentary on surah suad. http://islamicmobility.com/book-details/An Enlightening Commentary Into The Light of The Holy Qur'an Vol. 15
  4. I will share my experience.For all of us who can read Urdu I would recommend starting from a simple tafsir to relatively difficult one. So I will recommend you start off with Tafsir Nur by Mohsin Qirati or Tafsir Kauthar by Mohsin Najafi then go on to Tafsir Namoona by Ayatullah Naser Makrem Shirazi.Tafsir Noor has been translated up to surah yasin and will be completed within a year inshallah.The other two Tafsir are complete. Al Mezan is a excellent tafsir but it will benefit those are want to get to every fine detail one can imagine.For mere mortals such as myself getting Tafsir Namoona is hard considering one has to read 10 thousand pages if one decides to read all 15 volumes cover to cover.
  5. You do not get tested on grammar but vocabulary on GRE.Anyway sister just download the test and give it in test like settings.If you score near what you are looking for. Just use the official GRE test book to practice and remember to use vocabulary app.
  6. I been though this phase.Try to find work just anything to get your mind off depressing thoughts.If you still feel bad remember Imam Hussain A.S. you will feel as if a heavy load has been lifted off your chest.Read book Ayatullah Qazwini has great biograhies on ahylul bayat.Try to read any of them.Do your best to find work do tawasul and then leave it to Allah.
  7. Finally since I do not come here often.If you require 160 plus score in both verbal and math you will have to work hard but anything in 140 is doable without much effort.
  8. You can get all the books you want online.If you do not have much time just stick to official gre guide book which includes few tests and answers. Also if possible use the two tests which you get free from gre website when you learned most of the stuff. Test will be easier for you if your math is ok and if I am not you are a native english speaker.
  9. Everything depends on what score does the university require and the time you are willing to invest. If you have time I would recommend you start by downloading gre verbal app preferably Magoosh if you want the free or one manhattan prep if you are willing to pay for it. Download the gre official guide book check out the problems.Again if you have more time use Manhattan Prep guide for all your prep as I tried most of other books and founding them wanting. If you need more help send me pm.
  10. If you are doing this as an academic excercise even then it would be all conjucture.If you are doing this for lost time with loved one then it would be better do a sadiqa jariha. As the brother mentioned you are setting yourself for a big time con game.
  11. The oven looks something like this. What I really wanted to know if you ever used anything similar to cook something as big as a mutton leg.My experience with it has been that if a put something covered in aluminum foil it usually gets cooked but if I tried to without one it would usually end up being under or over cooked. May be I am just a amateur. Yes you are right about salt and meat. I have been searching for ages for someone who could help me master the art of making a real mutton sajji. Cooking the meat till it is tender by placing it near a fire not on it and usually takes 6 to 8 hours. Another thing is all meat tastes good if it is fresh once you put it in the freezer you kill the taste although slowly. There is really nothing better eating a Partridge within a few hours you hunt it. Thank for your words of wisdom. I will keep that in mind.
  12. Well.Thanks but I would prefer tips from people who have used this contraption.
  13. Well why don't we all give the man credit for trying to halal whether wife number one lets him do or not something.At least he wanted something halal.He could have just done the deed if was into sensual pleasure.
  14. My cooking skills are rudimentary at best.I would like to know if any brothers/sisters have used a wood fire clay oven before.I have so far learned to make pizza from but failed when I tried to cook a leg of mutton.Would love to hear @Darth Vader thoughts since his are only cooking posts I have read so far.
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