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S Hussain

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  1. How I see it for my self is; Allah is going to strip every hope you have till you give up and have nothing left except him. While your working on results, and outcomes.. he is working on building your character and he's working on you. Its going to be really really though. He might take you to places you never imagined you would go (Hardships). you probably will feel pain and distress like you never have before. However, You need to find you reason on why you want to keep moving forward. if you are tired, tell Allah you do not burden a soul with that which it cannot bear, and I can no longer bear this, so Ya Allah this is now your concern and this is your worry and problem because you are tired. Take this pain to explore deep inside yourself, and through that you will find Allah. Try see people who can relate to your situation, and maybe listen to success story's who came out better etc. The basis of everything good in MY PERSONAL life has come from excruciating pain, I pray after your hardship there is ease.
  2. the way I see it is, if you sincerely repent.. Allah then recompenses the person you hurt so that they are inclined to forgive you too. i.e. you hurt someone, and when you repent, Allah then gifts the person you wronged a beautiful child, and on the day of judgment the other person would be soo thankful for that child they will most likely forgive you, as the pain you caused them was nothing compared to the blessing they received due to compensation. Im Sajjad also mentions in his dua His Supplication No. 31 in Repentance (Tauba), verse 69: "So compensate their owners, lighten their load upon me" Sahife Sajjadiya (duas.org) This seems to suggest the same thing. Also if you know you hurt someone maybe try reading that dua, and mentioning to Allah That he compensate the person you hurt and bless them with a blessing from your dua so they are inclined to forgive you on the day that matters. That's just how I see it though, so it could be a wrong understanding. Allah hu alam.
  3. Salam - does anyone have the tafseer of the following ayat ? Or know where I can find a reliable tafseer? Holy Quran 29:10 ------------------ وَمِنَ النَّاسِ مَن يَقُولُ آمَنَّا بِاللَّهِ فَإِذَا أُوذِيَ فِي اللَّهِ جَعَلَ فِتْنَةَ النَّاسِ كَعَذَابِ اللَّهِ وَلَئِن جَاءَ نَصْرٌ مِّن رَّبِّكَ لَيَقُولُنَّ إِنَّا كُنَّا مَعَكُمْ ۚ أَوَلَيْسَ اللَّهُ بِأَعْلَمَ بِمَا فِي صُدُورِ الْعَالَمِينَ And of the people are some who say, "We believe in Allah," but when one [of them] is harmed for [the cause of] Allah, they consider the trial of the people as [if it were] the punishment of Allah. But if victory comes from your Lord, they say, "Indeed, We were with you." Is not Allah most knowing of what is within the breasts of all creatures?
  4. Marriage based on mutual respect, mutual trust, compatibility, honour and with the love of Allah is the best. weather you find this thought love (yourself) or arranged won’t make a difference too much on the marriage in my opinion. Nowadays arranged marriage also allows people to get to know each other to discover if they are compatible or not. I say look both ways ? Why limit yourself to find someone through one method ? But obviously in a halal way if you are looking yourself. Just do your research, get to know the person in a halal way etc
  5. Salam - Allah mentioned he is with the patient ones in the Quran. And I also heard, that people should complain to Allah, and this is infact a good thing. But I have also heard from some scholars, some people lose patience and complain to Allah about their state. And this is not patience. does complaining about ur state, crying, being desperate to Allah etc mean you are not patient ? what if to Allah, you just say I’m fed up and tired please make it easier, you complain about ur state and ur worries and troubles, with the hope he’s going to help you and listen to you out of pitty mean you are not patient ?
  6. Found it Surah 24 verse 33. Jazakallah
  7. Jazakallah do you know what ayat this is in ?
  8. Also what if someone is finding it difficult to find a spouse. could this be a test - qadr from Allah ? Or is it just bad luck and his life will probably be horrible and lonely lol
  9. So what I got from that is - depending on the type of person you are, you attract a specific type of people ? In the Quran Allah also mentions, he made you in pairs - does this mean you will MOST likely meet someone who had the same aqeeda, faith etc as you ? I have also heard in a few hadiths that if Allah loves a servant, he honours him with a good wife - this question is for everyone… but how does one know if Allah loves you and he will honour you with a good wife ?
  10. Salam a lot of people say a lot of things are the qadr of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). But then I have also heard destiny is not in marriage? And in this section of life there complete free will. is there any Islamic text or does anyone have any thoughts on this ? can you be destined to marry someone ? can you also be destined to NOT marry someone ? if not destiny, can Allah guide you to someone because he thinks this person is best for you? So more of a push on the back and not destiny ? And can Allah also push you away from someone, more of a push on the back and not destiny ? any ideas ? Thoughts ? jazkallah
  11. MashAllah! That’s is a really good way of seeing things. Thanks!
  12. Try reading this: https://www.duas.org/matri1.htm also try reciting 100x istagfar after Isha salah
  13. Personally I understand what you are saying. If people consider you “religious” your sins also stick out more. I.e. if someone swears it’s ok but if you swear they will make it into a big deal. People also look at you say I feel sorry you can do this and that (GFs etc) these all happened to me when I was between 16-20, But what I can assure you now that I’m 25. The same people look at my past and honour me. The same people now say “he is such a good person”. These are my shia friends. Even my none muslim friends now say, I cannot believe you stayed loyal all this time and admire it. Your young, everyone’s mindset will change and the same people who poke fun at you will literally say, you are a amazing person or “gem”. If u stay loyal to Allah, he will give you a sense of respect amongst the same people.
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