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In the Name of God بسم الله

alsharifi.n

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  1. There are narrations that mention in the particle world, before we were created, we witnessed the creation, therefore our subconscious mind already knows of God and submits to Him. There was a study done about left and right brain interaction using split brain patients who had epilepsy. One of the patients in the study who was asked if he believed in God, his right hemisphere said no and his left hemisphere said yes...just so you know...your left hemisphere is linked to LOGICAL thinking, math, writing etc. Whereas your right hemisphere is your imagination and creativity. Your subconscious
  2. Thank you! I'm still in the process of adding more items.
  3. Salam alaikum, I recently opened an Etsy store and I'm trying to learn as much as I can about how to attract the right audience. Does anyone have experience selling things online? Here is the link to my store. If anyone can give me some tips or advice about having a small business, that would be greatly appreciated. https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/beyadee?ref=search_shop_redirect **Just a note - I'm not expecting to turn this into a full time thing. I just like crafting and I thought maybe other people would like to purchase the things I make. If down the road it turns into a
  4. Salam alaikum, I used to think of my prayer as a chore and later on it made me guilty as we really need to approach prayer in a different way. The purpose of prayer is to thank your Lord and to strengthen your connection with Him. From now on, instead of just thinking "oh it's prayer time" think of it as an important meeting that you have. In the end it is an important meeting with your Lord. You would never be late for a meeting or an interview, so treat prayer time as such. That's what I started doing and slowly, over time everything about my prayer changed, Alhamdulillah. You literally
  5. السلام عليكم I would recommend reading this https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2166/ I believe generally this is what one should follow, I'm not sure about other Maraji' Also read this https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2167/ If you look at all the chapters in order it may help. There's a lot of information there and instructions.
  6. السلام عليكم https://kisakids.org/ This organization is great, they have free curriculum for children of different ages. I currently use it to teach my son. Best of luck.
  7. I do plan on finishing this year, inshAllah. My main issue is trying not to disappoint any family members. I guess I just worry too much, and this worrying leads me to doing poorly during tests/exams. I know that it wont be the end of the world if I don't get into grad school or if I don't get a job, there's far more important things to deal with. :)
  8. Thanks for all the replies. I was curious to see what everyones opinion is. I am still unsure about khol. Wuthu isn't usually an issue because I just do it before I apply anything on my face.
  9. alsharifi.n

    Makeup

    Asalamu alaikum, Is it still considered makeup if you are only putting on eyeliner and mascara? Also what do the other sisters think about makeup?
  10. I am so touched to see that there are people who understand the pain the Iraqi people go through. I have cried and cried for so long for my country, and people think that I am crazy, that there is no more hope. I think the people have been through so much that they are tired of trying, because they believe there is no way to make the country better. Living so far away, I still have hope, and still have dreams of going back home and trying to make a difference. I am slowly losing hope...the government is just corrupt, and it seems that they will not do anything. Even the smallest thing cannot b
  11. Haha i thought it was best if i warned the cyber world :P

  12. Your status made me laugh out loud.

  13. Thanks for the reply. I think my main problem is that I have no passion for anything. I don't feel like I absolutely need to continue my education, but it's just something that I would like to do, to experience, and maybe be proud for once. I am thinking of taking a year off to see whether I can develop a passion for anything, and once I do, then I am sure that I do need to continue. You sound like you have a passion for something and you would like to pursue it.
  14. Bism Allah Alra7man Alra7eem Asalamu Alaikum everyone, I've known about this forum for a few years now but just joined yesterday. I just have a few thoughts I have always wanted to put out there, and hopefully get feedback for. It is weird how the human mind woks (SubhanAllah), I am afraid of people I know judging me for my thoughts, but not afraid to tell strangers. So for the past few months I have been thinking about my path of education, I'm currently in 4th year university, my last year inshAllah. I have been pressured into things, and paths (education wise) by extended family members, a
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