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  1. (bismillah) (salam) I'm not sure if this is right place to write this but does anyone knows how person can contact sayed Mahdi Al Moderrasi personally? I tried to send email through his office, but the email doesn't work and it also seems that the website of his office is quiet old. I would appreciate if somebody can help me with this.
  2. Where are Iraqi mosques located in Toronto?
  3. Salam aleikum, If you would like to know more about this topic then I highly recommend watching brother Khalil Jaffer video series of "The End of Negative Suffering" and "Freeing the Butterfly Within". Very important topic.
  4. All thanks to Allah (SWT) and you're welcome :). The first real step is to build the intention. The intention should be solely to Allah (SWT) only and nothing else. It should be to attain the pleasure of Allah and also getting to know Him (SWT) better. If you have any other intention. There's no point of even starting spiritual journey if not for sake of Allah (SWT), because those two intentions are most sincere and highest ones that person can have during this life time journey (in this life). Thus it will be so important to lay good foundation with building intentions. How you will build these intentions? First you need to know who Allah (SWT) is and how He (SWT) effects in your life every single millisecond. These can be done first by reading the teachings of Ahlul-Bayt (AS) and then take the information and practice it in reality. For example if Ahlul-Bayt (AS) says "The blow of Angels is wind." then next time you go out, try to remember it and one door is opened in front of you.
  5. This is your first mistake when going to spiritual journey. You don't do it for sake of Allah.
  6. Bismillah Al Rahmaan Al Rahiim, Salam aleikum brothers and sisters I would like to advice following things practically to do: 1. Observe yourself and your actions 2. Identify all evil actions/sins you do most often in your life 3. Select first one (sin) that you do most less and tackle it, meaning try to stop it and win your spirit back (Idea here is to tackle lesser sins so that you will have more spirit to tackle the bigger ones) 4. Try to apply this for at least 40 days in row so that it becomes habit Whenever you success with tackling one sin, then go to next less sin. The idea here in the end is to be able to concentrate as much as possible on Allah (SWT) by first trying your best to stop sinning and do good deeds. This is something that will take your lifetime, even after you have suceeded tackling your sins. I can tell you for 1000%, that whenever you do sin you are one step away from Allah (SWT), but when you come closer to Him (SWT) your understanding gets better regarding Allah (SWT), you start to love Him (SWT) more and you will witness by the Will of Allah (SWT) things you have not witnessed before. And remember this: never give up when you fall off, meaning when you fail in your journey. You will fail a lot in the beginning, but you become stronger every single time when you raise up. Inshallah this will help you now for beginning
  7. If you really love him, then prepare for him (AS) and not show off.
  8. Salam Aleikum, I was there as well. I remember those hard winds which blew off some of our tents, the harsh life, how people used to be in lines just to get water and food. I also remembered when I went to this school camp and my Holy Quran teacher was so frightful and horrible, he used to beat anyone who made even tiniest mistake in reading Holy Quran, I think he was from Saudia because he looked like that. But the life there were indeed very difficult. People were killed for non-sense reasons. The only good memory back from there was when I was introduced to prayer when I was like 6-7 years old. This might sound little bit harsh, but honestly when I compare the Syrian refugee situation and what they are provided with, their situation is like "Paradise" compared to our times. Alhamdulilallah for some people things are better now.
  9. (salam) This is awesome news. I really like multiculturalism and tolerance in Canada. I would love to sign the petition if I would live there but I have to wait now about one year :D. This should be done in all western countries. Thank you sister for bringing this up
  10. Bismillah Al Rahmaan Al Rahiim Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa baraktuh brothers and sisters Does anybody knows any shia mosques in Barcelona? If arabic speaking then it is better but not required.
  11. I don't know really how you can just make such assumption? In Holy Quran it states so clearly that only Allah (SWT) can be worshipped. Where do you bring such assumption that others can be also worshipped? Have you ever studied shia school of thought?
  12. Please if you have YouTube account report this video because it courage for hatred and violance and give false information. At least this is what you can do and not much asked.
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