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Doctor_Naqvi

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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Hameedeh in How important is spelling?   
    Salam
    Spellings are really very important.I hate American's because they really don't take care of Grammar and spellings and their accent is also not verygood.
    Wasalam
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Inquisitor in Your Own Captured Photos   
    This thread brings me joy and I haven't posted here in a while. So I decided to share some of my snaps from the Arba'een trip this year to Iraq. Enjoy!
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    This guy's beard. Like a king. :

     
    I love falafel, so this was my go-to snack each time I felt hungry. The brown tamarind chutney was amazing :


     
    Every second spent at the shrine of Imam Ali (a.s) was a super experience. People from all over the world congregate and pay respect to the Imam, ask for the fulfillment of their needs and spend their time praying. Any amount of time spent here just wasn't enough. Some photos of the shrine of Imam Ali (a.s) :

     

     

     

     

     
    After praying, I'd take a break and venture out to grab something to eat. I love bakery items and the Iraqi food served to the pilgrims was excellent. Their hospitality is truly unmatched. May Allah bless them immensely :

     

     
    This last picture here is from the journey from Najaf to Karbala on foot. Incredible experience. The walk should be one thing on everybody's bucket list. Truly unforgettable :


     
    If you seem to have liked the photos, please pray for the early appearance of Imam az-Zamaan (atfs) and keep me in your dua' too
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Sindbad05 in Desirable Qualities in a Spouse   
    Just to name a few,
    •my husband is a truthful,kind,generous & a God-fearing person.
    •He has helped me in my moral & spiritual upliftment & it's because of him that i'm more inclined towards religion than ever before.
    •He takes care of the domestic chores whenever i'm on-call despite of his hectic schedule.
    Before getting married,i had this never- ending list containing a plethora of qualities that i wanted my future spouse  to possess but that's not how life actually goes.I mean,you can't just sit there waiting for the mr. Perfect to show up right on your doorstep.Things like that aren't supposed to happen in real.I've been happily married for 2 months now & my husband is totally opposite of how i envisioned my future spouse.
    For the starters,i never wanted to marry a dr. but i ended-up being married to one.Secondly,he's very opinionated & i hated being dictated to even by my parents & last but not the least both of us are worlds apart from each other but there was one thing that we were perfectly aware of from the very beginning that a successful marriage is all about compromising on the things you can't imagine giving up on in the first place.I had to give-up on certain things & my husband did the same & things have been working pretty fine for us since then,Alhumdulilah. 
    For all the people out there who're still searching for their soul-mates,i don't think that being married for 2 months actually make me experienced enough to have a say in this matter but here's my stance.Don't settle for less but try not to raise the bar too high.I hope that may you all get to meet your better-halves real soon.May Imam-e-zaman(AJTF)bless you all(ameen).
     
     
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Soldiers and Saffron in Waiting Until Marriage: Backlash   
    Salam,
    I think what you are feeling is relevant to your surroundings and your social circle.
    Although you feeling deprived is something natural at this age as ideally you would have been married by now but thats not how the world always works. However, I do believe that you should question the effect that your social circle has on you, the ones you call friends. Do they make it harder for you to stay halal or do they make it easier for you?
    You know some times the ones we call friends are the ones that become the most happy when they see you fail; why? Because it makes them feel better about themselves. I remember when I was in my teens, I had this one Albanien "friend" that was drinking and every time, even though I said no, he kept asking me to drink. The reason was because he was from a muslim background as well and he knew that he wasnt supposed to be drinking and me doing what he should be doing made him feel worse about himself.
    Also, yesterday was the day of martyrdom of Seyyeda Fatima(as), in her honor, I ask you to reconsider the hijab. Although it is not my place to say anything, I do believe the hijab has a multilayered effects, I do believe it partly makes people expect you to refrain from some things so they might be less inclined to telling you to do them, such has getting boyfriend, drinking, inviting you to a party - ideally speaking at least. Once again, is your social circle making it easier for you or harder? Some times, I swear it is better to be lonely.
    To put this in another way: if you had a nice wedding dress on, you would be less inclined to go and scrub the toilet wearing it.
     
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Struggling_onn in Ate/Eating/Will Eat?   
    rinsing your mouth with water might help in diluting the taste of the food you had but if you're constantly experiencing this dulling of taste then in that case it could be hypogeusia.The causes of which are excessive smoking,xerostomia(dry mouth),infections of nose and throat,use of certain medications like phenytoin etc but you should see your otolaryngologist for the differential diagnosis. An online diagnosis would be of little use.
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Inquisitor in Ate/Eating/Will Eat?   
    chicken parmesan.Had it after ages

    homemade trifle-A delight for the taste buds

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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Brained in Thoughts 2016-2017 (Archives)   
    Exams are nearing so obviously I'm going through all recent and not so recent posts on SC and Twitter and irrelevant blogs oh Allah what am I doing help me. 
     
    Ssup people?
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Alz in How to conceive twins boys   
    Hockeyrocks! !
     
    I did not say anything about children are not blessings so stop twisting my words!! Learn to read properly instead of jumping to conclusions and also if I was to dress them in same clohes that's my problem not yours!!
    I don't need to justify why I want twins to you !
     
    I just asked for a dua nothing else.
     
    Also it's not about attention I think it's u that wants attention with your rude attitude. But you ain't going to get any from Me so please exit yourself from my page! 
     
    Doctor Naqvi Inn'Sha'Allah my wishes will be answered soon.
    You are right it's more African and big people that tend to have twins.
     
    My husband cousin had 3 triplets they are ever so cute Mar'Sha'Allah. Three girls really adorable. I just love looking at twins I think it's super cute I know it'll be hard work handling twins but by the will of Allah I will be find if I was to ever conceive twins.
     
     
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Pearl178 in Ideas for hijab store names   
    La Hijabeez 
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Alz in How to conceive twins boys   
    Conceiving twins/multiples is influenced by many factors like age,race,ethnicity etc.Your chances of having a twin/multiples would increase if you're of African descent, tall,overweight, in your mid 30's,receiving fertility treatments & if you,your mother or your grandmother(from maternal side) are a fraternal twin but again nothing can be said with certainty as the science behind conceiving a twin is a complex one.
    Regarding any specific duas so i don't know of any but lemme tell you that there are certain things for which you need not to worry about & there are times when leaving them to Allah is the only option we're left with.I'm a staunch believer that you don't need to memorize any fancy words to call upon your lord in times of distress & need.All you can do is make dua to Him be it in any form while putting your trust in Him.He's the best of listeners & believe me when i say this as being a Dr. am a witness to this attribute of Allah. I've seen terminally ill patients making miraculous recoveries as if they weren't ill in the first place so try to understand the power of dua & don't give-up on praying.May Allah grant your wishes soon.

     
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from notme in How to conceive twins boys   
    Conceiving twins/multiples is influenced by many factors like age,race,ethnicity etc.Your chances of having a twin/multiples would increase if you're of African descent, tall,overweight, in your mid 30's,receiving fertility treatments & if you,your mother or your grandmother(from maternal side) are a fraternal twin but again nothing can be said with certainty as the science behind conceiving a twin is a complex one.
    Regarding any specific duas so i don't know of any but lemme tell you that there are certain things for which you need not to worry about & there are times when leaving them to Allah is the only option we're left with.I'm a staunch believer that you don't need to memorize any fancy words to call upon your lord in times of distress & need.All you can do is make dua to Him be it in any form while putting your trust in Him.He's the best of listeners & believe me when i say this as being a Dr. am a witness to this attribute of Allah. I've seen terminally ill patients making miraculous recoveries as if they weren't ill in the first place so try to understand the power of dua & don't give-up on praying.May Allah grant your wishes soon.

     
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Pearl3112 in R u crazy?????   
    Hehhehe 
     Being naughty comes Out with a lot of punishments         
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Journey of Truth in R u crazy?????   
    I once attempted arson when i was a 6th grader.It was a lazy summer afternoon & i was getting bored so i sneaked into the backyard & set our trash can on fire.A moment later, i saw my mother parking her car in the garage & the next thing i did was cussing & threatening to set my neightbours on fire next time they try burning something in the lot .Our driver was such a blabber that he informed my parents about what happened in real & as a result i was grounded for almost a week.
     
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Pearl3112 in R u crazy?????   
    I once attempted arson when i was a 6th grader.It was a lazy summer afternoon & i was getting bored so i sneaked into the backyard & set our trash can on fire.A moment later, i saw my mother parking her car in the garage & the next thing i did was cussing & threatening to set my neightbours on fire next time they try burning something in the lot .Our driver was such a blabber that he informed my parents about what happened in real & as a result i was grounded for almost a week.
     
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Laayla in Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone   
    Bismehe Ta3ala,
    Assalam Alikum.
    Thanksgiving and Christmas, the only dinners left in America, that still the family gathers together on the table.  How sad.
    And for the Shias, don't forget about your Prophet's grandsons in the month of Safar.  3dthama Allah lakum al ajar.
    M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Pearl3112 in Fun Stuff: l am ____   
    I am Supergirl I can do anything
    I am shinchan 
    I am an angel who will grant ur wish and take u out from darkness to light
    I tried nothing of it was comical 
    I am bad at PJs sometimes 
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Pearl3112 in Fun Stuff: l am ____   
    I'm always just scratching cards, looking for numbers & spending money on unreal schemes.maybe I'm a desperate believer.
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from Pearl178 in Thoughts 2016-2017 (Archives)   
    The only thing I regret after a bad event in life is having worn my perfume to it.It's always 10 splashes of shame & loss. That's all I think about. What a waste!
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from eloquence in Thoughts 2016-2017 (Archives)   
    The only thing I regret after a bad event in life is having worn my perfume to it.It's always 10 splashes of shame & loss. That's all I think about. What a waste!
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Ali_Hussain in Thoughts 2016-2017 (Archives)   
    Real silence is a treasure that most of us will never know.
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to yusur317 in hijab   
    Salam 
    everyone has a different reason for wearing it. Conceal beauty, protection, identity, culture, spiritual growth, obeying the almighty etc. A hijab identifies you as a muslimah, a headscarf doesn't necessarily do so. A headscarf is a component of the hijab but not the hijab in its entirety. 
    To begin with, the headscarf wasn't really my choice. Seven years since, I could take it off if I wished. What keeps me from doing so is the fact that I now see reason in it. There are days when I look at other women who are free to express their beauty however they pleased to whomever they pleased. It's so much easier living that way. But moments after, I realise that this is a good reason to hold onto my headscarf. Beauty does not define a woman. Her looks should not distract her. Whether she feels beautiful or ugly, she shouldn't depend on her appearance and femininity or believe that these are of necessity. Not to forget, beauty fades. If we grow dependent, what happens once it's gone? I feel the headscarf allows me to better let go of materialistic desires. Mind you, they still exist. But their voices are dimmed. Now whenever a stranger looks at me, their first thought will not be regarding my beauty or lack thereof but my hijab and faith. 
    You might argue, the headscarf compliments some women. For those, I'm sure, there's another reason they continue to wear it. Like said, people have different reasons. Simply obeying our Creator should be reason enough. God needn't explain or have reason for any of His commands. He created us; we are but His slaves. I feel we've been made soft and overly sensitive, including myself. We've all adopted some sense of self-entitlement; God must give us this-that and if He asks anything of us it must benefit us! If someone saves your life or the life of a loved one, you'd do him a life-time of favours without asking him for anything in return. So what about the one who gave you life? Eternal life at that. God adds onto his mercy of our creation. You will find that every law He has communicated does indeed only benefit us. He truly is most merciful.
    Anyway talk aside, let's not fool ourselves. We need motivation in the absence of a guide (our Imam a.s) to obey commands and do good. We are social animals; our primitive instincts force us to adapt and match our environment. If all around you women are physically expressing themselves freely, you'd naturally feel drawn to adopt these habits. It is the essence of our jihad to overcome primitive desires and obey our Lord. His laws guide us towards this spiritual growth we need. To become more than just animals lead by instincts. Sit down and have a long think about why you perhaps wouldn't wish to wear the headscarf. This has helped me realise my flaw. Otherwise, you will find many reasons why you should wear it. I certainly don't believe it is of any benefit but our own. It is not and was never meant for men. Men, if perverted, would even approach a woman in a burka. If its only purpose is to draw the gaze of man away from you, then why do you wear it before your Lord in prayer? It is but the purest form of being.
    I would write more and elaborate, but I'm afraid my break is almost over. I hope this helped

     
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from YAli in What to make dua for?   
    Ask Allah simply for everything. Even if its the slightest thing to your eye. All belongs to Him and He can grant you whatever of it because in our trials & our darkest hours it is Him who cares, it is Him who's always there. And it is Him who can unburden us and put relief to our hearts. All we need is putting belief in Allah. I swear miracles happen. They do. I have seen em happen. It's all about how much you expect from Allah. It's all about that.
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Hameedeh in Ecosexuals Believe Sex with the Earth Can save it   
    ^ When a deviant person reaches the limit of his/her evilness, the only thing left is to become an exhibitionist so that others will see their sexual deviancy.  
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    Doctor_Naqvi reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Have you ever had failures? What did you learn?   
    I had an particularly painful failure once and I learned two things, no three things:
    1. You don't try to marry your friend of ten years, it really doesn't work out.
     2. People hold dark secrets and have an side to them that you'll eventually find and won't like. Especially on the internet...
    3.Beware of Greeks bearing gifts and friends who want to marry you after not talking to you for six months. Chances are, they are working with the gift-bearing Greeks and Turkish spies named "Lee".
    To be honest, I wasn't sure if I was ever going to get up. But I am up now, just don't let that fool you into thinking that I am 100%. I'm still messed up,  I'm like 80% but I am up nonetheless. 
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    Doctor_Naqvi got a reaction from hasanhh in Ate/Eating/Will Eat?   
    chicken parmesan.Had it after ages

    homemade trifle-A delight for the taste buds

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