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  1. A good way to schedule your time is to list out all the essential activities you do during the day and how much time is required to do it: like eating, namaz, sleeping, going to school/work, daily chores etc. Then calculate the time left. The remaining time is the time that is wasted doing non essential activities (like shiachat/facebook, lol!). Another important component of planning is making goals. You should have long term goals, short term goals and break it down into weekly goals and daily goals to achieve them. Having specific goals is important because it helps you to schedule time appropriately.
  2. Lol! Most of these memes are hilarious. Very entertaining thread!
  3. I read that Noreagaa, the only Shia guy in the Wake up Project (the people behind the Arrivals), has left it.
  4. Wasalam bro, I was just saying that you need to back aqli proofs with hadiths but I think you agree with me on that. That's all.
  5. My grandmother used to make me wear those strings after doing nazar. Even if she is wrong, I can't mess with my Dadi!
  6. Thanks for giving the aqli proofs but won't I need to back them up with hadiths?
  7. O.K. I just wanted to confirm that. Jazakallah for your quick response. :)
  8. Wassalam, This helps a lot. Thanks again bro. Did you get this sanad from the book Tablees Iblees itself?
  9. Unfortunately, our misguided Sunni brothers believe every word of it.
  10. Wassalam In this case, I have to prove that this tradition is unauthentic. It doesn't matter if I think it's fabricated, the Sunni thinks it is authentic and believes in it. By the way, I am a sister :Hijabi: (I wonder why the Hijabi icon has creepy wide eyes!!)
  11. Why wouldn't it matter in a debate? This tradition is enough to convince a Sunni about the righteousness of the first 3 Caliphs.
  12. Wassalam Please do look it up. Thanks for your help. May Allah(swt) reward you.
  13. “Suwaid ibn Ghafla (ÑÍíãå Çááå) reported that once he passed by a group of shi’a who were talking about Abu Bakr and ‘Umar in derogatory terms. Then he visited ‘Ali ibn Abi Taalib and told him ‘O Ameeral Mu’mineen! I passed by a group of your companions while they were referring to Abu Bakr and ‘Umar in derogatory terms. If it were not that they thought that you secretly felt as they openly said, they would not have dared to say it.’ Ali replied, ‘I seek refuge in Allah! I seek refuge in Allah from secretly feeling anything towards the two of them other than what the Prophet, (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) entrusted to me. May Allah curse anyone who holds inside himself anything but goodness and gratitude towards the both of them. (They were like) two brothers to Allah’s Messenger (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã), his two companions, his two assistants, may Allah’s Mercy be on both of them. Then ‘Ali got up with tears in his eyes, holding on to my hand until he entered the masjid. Next he ascended the mimbar and sat at its top holding onto his beard and looking at it until the people gathered. After having made a brief but eloquent speech, he added, ‘What is wrong with those who make allegations about the two masters of Quraysh, the two fathers of the Muslims, allegations which I would never say or even want to hear others say; and for which I may be punished? By He who split the seed and created the soul, only a pious believer loves them, and only a wretched sinner hates them. Those two who accompanied Allah’s Messenger (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã), commanding all that is good and prohibiting all that is evil; who became angry with the wrongdoers and punished them based on truth and honestly alone. In their rulings, they did not overstep the opinions of Allah’s Messenger (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã). In fact, their opinions always coincided with those of Allaah’s Messenger (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) and the believers were pleased with both of them throughout their respective caliphates. The Messenger of Allah (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) appointed Abu Bakr to lead the believers in their prayers for the last nine days of the Prophet’s life and he died without recalling him. The believers, subsequently, made him responsible for their affairs, and gave him their Zakaah. They willingly pledged allegiance to him and I am the first person from Banu ‘Abd al Muttalib to confirm his leadership. He disliked leadership and wished that one of us would take his place. By Allah, he was the best of those who remained after the Prophet (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã); the eldest, the kindest, and truly the most compassionate and pious. He was like Angel Mikaa’il in his benevolence and Prophet Ibraheem in his willingness to forgive and his dignified bearing. He took the path of the Prophet (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) and passed away on that path (May Allah have mercy on him). After Abu Bakr, ‘Umar took command, and I was among those pleased with his appointment. He ruled according to the policy of Allah’s Messenger (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) and his companion Abu Bakr, following their footsteps the way a young camel follows its mother. I swear by Allah, he was kind and gentle with the weak, a champion of the cause of the oppressed and without any blame concerning Allah’s Religion. Allaah manifested examples of truth through him and made the truth a part of him to such a degree that we used to think that an angel was speaking with his tongue. Allah made his conversion a strengthening factor for Islam, and placed in the hearts of the hypocrites a fear of him and in the hearts of the believers love for him. Allah’s Messenger (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) compared him to angel Jibreel in his harshness towards the enemies of Islam. So who among you can be compared to the two of them?! May Allah’s Mercy be on them, and may Allah provide us with the ability to continue in their paths. Let whoever loves me, love them, for whoever does not love them has angered me, and I will have nothing to do with him. If I hear anymore derogatory talk about the two of them, I will punish the offenders severely. After today, whoever is brought before me will get the punishment of a slanderer. Verily, the best of this nation after its Prophet (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) is Abu Bakr and ‘Umar, may Allah be pleased with them. Then Allah knows best who the best is. I am saying this asking Allah’s Forgiveness for both you and myself.’” [source: Talbees Iblees, pg 49-51 (English Translation) of Ibnul Jawzee] I know this hadith is fabricated but how do I prove this to a Sunni?
  14. I wouldn't want to be a man. Because men are "dirty, ugly and hairy! " I think this is a quote from Shaggy. :!!!:
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