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Muhammad47

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  1. We came to this world only to know our way back to God ❤
  2. "Namaz (prayer) is like a sweet lemon, the more it is delayed from awwal-e-waqt (prime time) it gets bitter. Anyone who gets used to delay his prayers should get ready for the delay in his worldly affairs, delay in marriage, delay in employment, delay in birth of child, delay in safety and health" - Ayatollah Bahjat ((رضي الله عنه).)
  3. Salaam alaikoum, great thread. May Allah reward you all! Let's keep it active and alive. "Do you know that if a person practices what he knows, God will teach him what he does not know? If man does not practice what he knows, can he expect his knowledge to increase? No dhikr is superior to practical dhikr, and no practical dhikr is superior to abandoning sins in terms of beliefs and actions." - Ayatollah Bahjat ((رضي الله عنه).)
  4. Wa alaikoum salaam, this is the answer of Sayed Mohammed Baqir al Qazwini: If one feels genuine regret, then yes Allah forgives. But if there are missed obligations (like prayer) or violated rights (like cheating a business partner), then one must fulfill that in order for the repentance to be accepted. So if someone committed a sin and really felt regretful and guilty, and he is saddened for violating Allah’s laws, then yes automatically he will be forgiven Insha’Allah
  5. Wa alaikoum salaam, Try Al-Hujjah Islamic Seminary. It's also available online. May Allah increase you in knowledge http://hujjahseminary.com/
  6. Here are some recent podcasts about Mut'ah:
  7. Salaam alaikoum, Depends on where you study. For example in Iran they first teach Farsi. If you are interested to study online on your own pace please visit: https://hujjahseminary.com/ It's an online hawza of the Qazwini family. Highly recommended. You can see more info on the site.
  8. Salaam alaikoum, I wanted to share this video. It explains the importance of early rising. Exactly what Islam teaches us. Do you have any experiences with waking up early? If yes, what do you normally do by that time? Imam Ali ((عليه السلام).) said, "Wake up early [in the morning] for there is blessing in early rising." (Ghurar al Hikam) باكِرُوا فَالبَرَكَةُ فيِ المُباكَرَةِ
  9. Salaam alaikoum, Does anyone know which supplication this is: One of the most important etiquette and instruction is the recital of Surah al-Qadr (Power) before taking Suhur and iftar as well as recital of illustrious and illuminated supplication: “Allahuma rabb al-nur al-'adheem” (Allah is the possessor of great illumination) which has been given book of Iqbal written by the most esteemed and famous scholar Sayyid ibn Tawus. About this supplication it has been narrated from Imam al-Sadiq [a] that the Holy Prophet has recommended recital of this prayer to Commander of the Faithful Imam 'Ali [a] and said that Archangel Gabriel came to me and said: “Whoever in the Holy Month of Ramadhan before iftar recites this prayer, Allah answers his prayer, accepts his prayer and fasting, grants his ten requirements, forgives his sins, removes his grief, makes his heart at ease, grants his wishes, makes his deeds to ascend upward with the deeds of Prophets and righteous saints, and on the Day of Judgement brings him to His presence with a face illuminated like bright moon.”
  10. Salaam alaikoum habibi, First of all never lose hope! There's a cure for everything and that's what's so beautiful about Islam Now this is a habit so that's why it comes back all the time even when you stop it for some weeks. Everything can become a habit. Even praying can become a habit and it doesn't mean it's always good. It all starts with the eyes. Our Imams (a.s.) say that the eyes are the spy of the heart. Now the thing is that we can train the eyes by forcing it to not look at non-mahram when we are at school, work, walking at the street etc. But the issue will be still the mind that is used to these wrong thoughts. So it still asks the eyes for new information and views. In order to stop this whole proces it needs a lot of dedication, but eventually you will get rid off it step by step. 1. Start by forcing your eyes not to look at women who are non-mahram. When you are out on the streets just keep looking down and not look too much here and there. It will automatically bring more peace to the heart and mind. It's actually something adviced by the Holy Prophet (s) that we shouldn't let our eyes roam freely. Because everything the eyes see will be transmitted to the heart. This will be very hard at the beginning because your heart and mind are still used to it. But in order to stop this you have to look at the root of the problem and that are your eyes. They can't just roam freely and they have to understand this. So disciplining the eyes is your main goal. The mind and heart will follow eventually, because the mind will receive less 'bad' views from the eyes and the heart will find peace. Allah says that remembering Him will put the hearts and ease and will give it comfort so imagine what will happen to the heart when we do the opposite of remembering Allah. It will be stressed, overloaded with trash and discomfort. 2. Reduce your speech (step by step). There is nothing wrong with talking but only when it is meaningful. Try this step by step and you will notice difference in the heart and mind. 3. Eat less (step by step). Don't overload your stomac with food because a full stomac all the time will stimulate your desires and bad behaviour. Eat what you need and khalas. Also this step by step. 4. Sleep less (step by step). Try to wake up little bit before Fajr and pray 1 rak'aat Witr. It's the last rak'aat of salatul layl. This salaat will be the key you need for Dunya and Akhira. Now maybe we have hard times by waking up before Fajr so let alone waking up a little earlier to pray nawafil. So if you are having hard times waking up before Fajr then first start with doing your best to pray Dohr, Asr, Maghreb and 'Isha on time. This will give you the Tawfeeq (success) to wake up for Fajr. It's the advice of Ayatollah Bahjat (r.a.). 5. Do you have any hobbies what you can relate to the Ahlulbayt (a.s.)? Like poetry or something. Try to do it more often. 6. Observe yourself more and more. This needs a lot of practice, but it is possible to observe yourself while you are performing an act. Eveluate your day before sleeping. Remember your sins, ask forgiveness for it and try to not commit them anymore. This is the meaning of Astaghafirullahi Rabbi Wa Atubu Ilayhi. Verily, I seek the forgiveness of Allah, who is my Lord and Sustainer, and I turn to Him in repentance. Turning to Him means we will not commit that sin anymore. 7. Remember Allah (s.w.t.) more and more even by just talking to Him in your mind when you are walking on the street or at school etc. Let your mind get used to these Divine thoughts. Be dedicated bro and don't be too hard on yourself. You have to fight this step by step. It will take time. Like mentioned in point 4. Read about salatul layl. Here is a link with explanation and below is the video in which it is explained step by step. Believe me salatul layl is the solution for your worldy problems and a rescuer for your afterlife. Please try step by step and never lose hope. Allah is all merciful and forgiving. https://www.al-Islam.org/salatul-layl-h-t-kassamali/salatul-layl
  11. Thanks bro. How much time do you spend on these things at night?
  12. Salaam alaikoum dear brothers and sisters, It's highly recommended to perform the night prayer. This prayer has a lot of benefits and will help you in this life and in the hereafter inshaAllah. Imam ‘Ali (a.s.) said: “Staying awake in the (last part of the) night is healthy for the body, pleasing to the Lord Almighty, a means of Divine Mercy and adherence to the akhlaq of the prophets (a.s.). (al-Khisal: 121) My question is how do you spend or how would you like to spend your night in worship? Do you read, study, pray in the night? And how much time do you use for it? What are your personal experiences and miracles/benefits? Jazzakum Allahu khayr!
  13. Alaikoum Salam, Jazzak Allahu khayr for your message. Insha Allah :)
  14. Yes, but Pakistani culture is a special category :) Don't know if that will work out well, to be honest
  15. Ehm yes I must agree with Zulfiqar, because you really see it a lot of times. Nowadays our generation starts to accept other cultures, especially the ones who were born in Europe or America. But their parents are still against that idea, although they do accept more that their sons marry somebody from another culture. So it's hard and I noticed that the girls and their families who live in the Arab or Persian world they do accept foreigners/reverts subhan Allah. But the ones who live in the West they don't accept. Thanks brother Sami :D well actually I am just looking for a nice Shi'i Muslima who accepts me and my family, who wants a simple life and who is openminded. The way of thinking is very important for me, because our deeds come from our minds. And of course I would like her to be attractive insha Allah. I think this is standard
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