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khamosh21

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  1. Completely Agree
    khamosh21 got a reaction from Mahdavist in Ashwathamma and mahavtatar babaji   
    are you Hindu, why are so many of your posts about Hinduism?
    The Islamic view would be we don't have any proof of this claim.
    And/or God can keep anyone alive as long as He wishes, like Hazrat Khidr, Imam Mehdi, or Iblees.
  2. Haha
    khamosh21 got a reaction from Anisa Bandeh Khoda in Miracles in hinduism   
    do you start crying form disgust? i normally feel like vomiting, but i guess you could cry as well
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from shia farm girl in Astral plane/ projection   
    salaam, do you know the name of the book he is reading from?
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from shia farm girl in Archaeology video of real locations of Prophet Musa (عليه السلام) (Mt Sinai)   
    i really enjoyed watching this, thanks for sharing... makes me hate the saudis even more, they should allow archeologists to explore these areas!!!
  5. Thanks
    khamosh21 got a reaction from Muhammed Ali in Dealing with big doubts and trying to find Islam again (Pls help)   
    Thoughts on this from Ayatullah Dastghaib Shirazi, author of Greater Sins and Qalb Saleem, close to Imam Khomenie, and attained shahadat
    https://www.al-islam.org/82-questions-ayatullah-sayyid-abdul-husayn-dastghaib-shirazi/jurisprudence-fiqh#question-58
    "Question 58
    Q.58: Is the buying and selling of slaves lawful in this age also? ls it allowed to apprehend people from Africa etc. and sell them in other places?
    Freeing of slaves as expiation for lapsed fasts is ordered in the Holy Quran. If this order is permanent, it has become impracticable today.
    A: Yes, it is permissible for a Muslim to apprehend an original disbeliever in any way and from anywhere and enslave him provided he is not under treaty or responsibility of any Muslim (Zimmi). After that his buying and selling is allowed.
    As for the obligation of freeing a slave as expiation in times like this when no slave is available, since slavery is banned, the obligation of freeing of slaves too has been dropped due to impracticabi lity. Its substitute is also not available and in this matter there is no difference between optional expiation and total expiation."
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from GloryOfReligion in I need help with bringing a young Murtad back to the deen.   
    you are better off investing your time elsewhere
  7. Completely Agree
    khamosh21 got a reaction from guest 2025 in I need help with bringing a young Murtad back to the deen.   
    you are better off investing your time elsewhere
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from shia farm girl in Is any crime deserving of eternal (infinite/ everlasting) hellfire?   
    I started a similar thread to this, and my last post on it remained unanswered, here are the questions (i changed one word to be more respectful towards God):
    1) why does Allah not completely remove these people from existence after they have served their time in hell for their crimes? why keep them burning or in existence to serve what purpose?
    2) Finite crimes = finite punishment - I don't see how finite crimes = infinite punishment, these things are not equal
    3) if our purpose in life is to know Allah, are these people in hell getting to know some really different side of Allah? what is their purpose of existence in hell?
    Link to original thread, apologies as I was quite disrespectful in some use of language in this thread, I wrote the replies when I was going through extremely difficult times:
     
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from shia farm girl in Jinns   
    1. how do we know all of them can see the heavens, maybe it is a few or some
    2. how do you know "most" of them are kafir? may be it is some
  10. Partially Agree
    khamosh21 got a reaction from Hamdan haider in I need help with bringing a young Murtad back to the deen.   
    you are better off investing your time elsewhere
  11. Completely Agree
    khamosh21 got a reaction from iCenozoic in How do you know god exists?   
    Thanks for your reply, it might be better than to argue with me as you would with a non-believer i.e. no need to bring verses which can't be independently verified.
    At least with science and intellect there is an attempt to verify. History is much more difficult topic for ppl to agree on. Muslims and Shias can barely agree on history among themselves, can't really expect them to agree on anything before that.
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from Moalfas in Ashwathamma and mahavtatar babaji   
    are you Hindu, why are so many of your posts about Hinduism?
    The Islamic view would be we don't have any proof of this claim.
    And/or God can keep anyone alive as long as He wishes, like Hazrat Khidr, Imam Mehdi, or Iblees.
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from shia farm girl in The existence of God and Religion?   
    I've reached the conclusion that attempting to understand these things with your rational mind is futile. For those that accept the rational arguments and "believe" in a God are not very different from those that reject those rational arguments, believing or not believing are sides of the same coin.
    You will just continue going in circles with theological argument, something will always pop up to cause doubts...
    You need to step out of your mind and ignore the doubts...
     
     
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    khamosh21 reacted to eThErEaL in "we" in the Quran   
    It isn’t the Essence that is speaking.  The Essence falls into “no relation” with anything else.  There is no creator-creator relationship as far as the Essence of God is concerned.  So, when God says, “We have sent down water from the sky” we have done this and we have done that”, this isn’t with respect to the Essence of God.  

    So, what is it in respect of?  
    When God acts, He doesn’t “act upon” something.  There is no separation between the actor (faa’il), the act (f’il) and object receiving the act (maf’ul).  the entire world is his act.  The angels “he commanded” are themselves his act.  If God wants to bestow provision for you, through the angels He will send down water from the clouds in the sky, he will make the water penetrate the soil and yield crops.  He will provide you a body that you will use to harvest the crops and finally eat from it.  This entire “process” is all but a single act of God.  There is absolutely nothing that is not God’s act.  And yet it “appears” to be multiple because of God’s multiply ways of appearing through His many names and attributes.  The multiplicity is in fact all God’s doing.  
     
    So the “We” is God speaking in behave of the many ways He appears through His multiple functions throughout the cosmos.  
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from Diaz in Some advice/insight on why duas may so unanswered.   
    salaam, i wish i had better understanding of what you wanted...
    prayers on their own are imho not enough, they require action... 
    for example if pray to pass an exam and don't study, of course I can't pass.
    if i pray for a wife but don't make myself a mature and responsible being, then it may never happen...
    also consider this that you must earn/work for what you want. how does a non praying person achieve their goals? a person that doesn't believe in God takes responsibility and goes after what they want.
    so I would say continue praying but also go after what you want by looking at what factors will get your goal.
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from lover in Some advice/insight on why duas may so unanswered.   
    salaam, i wish i had better understanding of what you wanted...
    prayers on their own are imho not enough, they require action... 
    for example if pray to pass an exam and don't study, of course I can't pass.
    if i pray for a wife but don't make myself a mature and responsible being, then it may never happen...
    also consider this that you must earn/work for what you want. how does a non praying person achieve their goals? a person that doesn't believe in God takes responsibility and goes after what they want.
    so I would say continue praying but also go after what you want by looking at what factors will get your goal.
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from Logic1234 in Submitting to Ignorance   
    I'm fairly certain there are concepts in science that are not observable but only deduced through other observable phenomenon... e.g. dark matter?
     
  18. Completely Agree
    khamosh21 got a reaction from Abdul-Hadi in [BROTHERS ONLY] Post Nut Syndrome   
    Yea i wanna add i don't agree with this post nut clarity theory, this is complete nonsense. you can achieve mind clarity and focus through excercise, meditation, breathing practices, or any other acitivity...
    however the part about not having needs met and urges causing problems in your life I agree with.
     
     
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from Ali2196 in [BROTHERS ONLY] Post Nut Syndrome   
    I agree with your thread. Marriage doesn't always take care of sexual needs, specially once you have kids... you may not see your wife for weeks at time, or inlaws come over, or some other thing in life happens and it is almost like being celibate.
    Either muta or multiple marriages is the answer as was practiced by the earliest Muslims.
    Although I will add you should avoid music, movies, tv, pornography, controlling your eyes etc... that is no excuse.
     
  20. Thanks
    khamosh21 got a reaction from AkhiraisReal in [BROTHERS ONLY] Post Nut Syndrome   
    i agree with your analysis but don't think Nikola Tesla is a great example... he is an outlier, he doesn't represent the average or majority of men...
     
     
  21. Thanks
    khamosh21 got a reaction from AkhiraisReal in [BROTHERS ONLY] Post Nut Syndrome   
    I agree with your thread. Marriage doesn't always take care of sexual needs, specially once you have kids... you may not see your wife for weeks at time, or inlaws come over, or some other thing in life happens and it is almost like being celibate.
    Either muta or multiple marriages is the answer as was practiced by the earliest Muslims.
    Although I will add you should avoid music, movies, tv, pornography, controlling your eyes etc... that is no excuse.
     
  22. Thanks
    khamosh21 got a reaction from AkhiraisReal in [BROTHERS ONLY] Post Nut Syndrome   
    Yea i wanna add i don't agree with this post nut clarity theory, this is complete nonsense. you can achieve mind clarity and focus through excercise, meditation, breathing practices, or any other acitivity...
    however the part about not having needs met and urges causing problems in your life I agree with.
     
     
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from Talk313 in Some advice/insight on why duas may so unanswered.   
    also this: az khuda, juz khuda, cheezy na kha...
    in farsi, it means, from God, except (for) God, don't ask for anything else
    in other words only want God from God, and nothing else...
    personally i have become quite agnostic but starting to feel like i am relearning Islam...
    i no longer believe in doing 40 day rituals and ziarat recitations... i believe in applying what's written in them
     
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from Talk313 in Some advice/insight on why duas may so unanswered.   
    salaam, i wish i had better understanding of what you wanted...
    prayers on their own are imho not enough, they require action... 
    for example if pray to pass an exam and don't study, of course I can't pass.
    if i pray for a wife but don't make myself a mature and responsible being, then it may never happen...
    also consider this that you must earn/work for what you want. how does a non praying person achieve their goals? a person that doesn't believe in God takes responsibility and goes after what they want.
    so I would say continue praying but also go after what you want by looking at what factors will get your goal.
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    khamosh21 got a reaction from guest 2025 in What projects are you guys working on?   
    No, but we get freezing cold water in the shower...and i absolutely hate cold water, but have started enjoying the sensations after few times... 
    also i feel no depression or stress since i started, it's a HUGE help in daily life
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