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313_Waiter

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  1. Salaam sister, Notice how the blessed verse says that “you” do not spend (in charity) except to seek Allah’s vajh / Face (for a deeper understanding of the Face of Allah see Qur’an 2:115 and 55:26-27). Now, this is the most supreme way of giving charity. I once asked ethereal if an atheist gives a poor man called “hungry John” food to please or satiate him, isn’t this superior to a theist who is giving it to please his God? This was his response: As for goodness resulting in goodness, this is a common theme in the Qur’an and I believe it is based on cause and effect.
  2. The body doesn’t seem completely separate to the “I am”
  3. What is the Shia perspective on the Malhama? Is it before or after the rise of the Qa’im (عجّل الله تعالى فرجه الشريف)?
  4. Br. Khalil mentioned in the lecture series I mentioned in my other post that zulumāt is the plural form of darkness, and nur is the singular. Which shows the bringing of mu’mineen from multiplicity into Divine Unity.
  5. I think the truth of the matter is that most people just follow testimonial evidence (i.e. the philosophy of testimony- the testimonies of scientists, their family etc.) or what their heart inclines them towards. To some Sunnis, Shiism is just a conspiracy. But to Shias, we see truth within it. Have all Shias (especially myself) taken the time to objectively analyse both sides of the argument or to obtain a certain level of educations? No. But we still believe in and follow Shiism.
  6. I agree with what you’re saying. But it’s difficult to convince materialists (the religion of the atheist scientismists) who say the brain “produces” this “I”ness (consciousness). Whilst there appears to be an apparent cessation of bodily function when the brain shuts off, this is not evidence that the brain produces consciousness. As Rupert Spira says, there has been no consciousness-independent experience, thus it feels more correct to say that consciousness produces (what we call) “the brain”, or that “the brain” is a localisation of consciousness. It feels more dogmatic to say that the brain produces the only thing that has been experienced (consciousness).
  7. Thoughts on the recent Joe Rogan events?
  8. Hmm. In this case would you recommend AstraZeneca over Pfizer since it is not mrna vaccine but an adenovirus one? but again there is the risk of clotting or long term effects we don’t know of.
  9. Any thoughts on the connection between Mark of The Beast (Revelations in the Bible) and the vaccine? Will the believers be presented with angels not to take it? Notice the patent number 060606 https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=WO2020060606 Also notice this thing by bill gates and notice the date https://news.mit.edu/2019/storing-vaccine-history-skin-1218
  10. May Allah keep you and your family safe from all diseases. Alhamdulillah im glad you recovered.
  11. Salam brother, please let me know your thoughts once you finish the lectures. I am also close to finishing.
  12. Is it true Japan recommends ivermectin as treatment? I keep seeing it on social media.
  13. Salam Islamic pulse covered this in min 3:
  14. Yes but what about long term effects like if a new strain comes
  15. Part of repentance and regret, should be a resolve to change for the better. Tawba, etymologically means a “return”, a return towards Allah.
  16. MashaAllah you are very blessed. I wish to see dreams like this some day @Ashvazdanghe may know about it’s interpretation
  17. Ok this makes sense (I misread the article a bit but now it makes sense). I have the following questions (genuine questions). They are not just for you (I understand you are not Google lol) but anyone who can find the research: For covid vaccines like pfizer, AstraZeneca or moderna what percentage of the doses caused serious side effects like death or clotting? Yes the CDC says the Pfizer is 95% effective: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/mm6950e2.htm?s_cid=mm6950e2_w This Israeli study shows Pfizer is 64% effective against the Delta variant: https://www.gov.il/en/departments/news/05072021-03 But were there any control group in these study? Also I want to know about the statistics for covid itself. What percentage of people die or get severe illness from covid? This Australian government website below says that around 2.2% of the people who get covid die, the vast majority of whom are 60+. This is not a small number, but was correlation vs causation taken into account? Also, what percentage of people got severe illness from covid? https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/coronavirus-covid-19-case-numbers-and-statistics#covid19-summary-statistics Is it true that the vast majority of people recover from covid? If you are young and healthy, is there really any reason to get the vaccine from, for example, Pfizer - a company that has been fined $2.3 billion over false advertising over its medicine? Why risk the side effects (especially long term)? Jazakallah Khayr
  18. Can u explain what the study means^^? Is it reliable? Thanks
  19. Also @Northwest^ please share your thoughts.Thanks
  20. Salaam everyone, Could someone verify if the study he is mentioning has any veracity? He is talking about how “Imperfect vaccination” enhances transmission?? @slavelight @starlight
  21. Salaam everyone @slavelight What are your thoughts on these videos: NOTE: It may not be verified info and may be within domain of “conspiracy”:
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