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Fatimiyyeh

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  1. Yeah i get your point... i've no references, but i hope someone can come up with the evidences... All i can say is, although we can't see them, they can see us and so when you're using the gesture or the clap they flee out of fear... Regarding the disabled, you've a point there, but then again, Allah SWTT is the Hafeedh and He would definitely protect the unprotected ones, whether they're able or disabled, weather they perform the gestures or not.. it's probably an extra protection cover.. i dunno.. i could ask someone who has Ilm e Ja'fr and get back EnshaAllah. Wabillahi Tawfeeq.
  2. Salaamon 'Alaykom. Who is your Marja?
  3. Salaamon 'Alaykom WWB Allahumma 'Ajjil li Waliyyekal Faraj AS. I do not have the referrences to this, but i have learnt from my father as well as from many aalims (scholars) that clapping sound tends to scare away the evil spirits to the distance of as far as the clap sound echoes. This has been proven many a times by the effected persons as well. And as for drawing a circle while reciting the Hesaar Doa'a, it is a signal that you are making a boundary and protecting yourself from the evil spirit such that it cant cross the boundary and harm you. This too, has been proven effective Alhamd
  4. Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: The bosom of the wise is the safe of his secrets; cheerfulness is the bond of friendship; effective forbearance is the grave of short-comings. It is narrated that Amir al-mu'minin said in expressing this meaning that: Mutual reconciliation is the covering for shortcomings; and he who admires himself attracts many opponents against him. وَ قَالَ عليه ‏السلام: صَدْرُ الْعَاقِلِ صُنْدُوقُ سِرِّهِ وَ الْبَشَاشَةُ حِبَالَةُ الْمَوَدَّةِ وَ الِاحْتِمَالُ قَبْرُ الْعُيُوبِ‏ وَ رُوِيَ أَنَّهُ قَالَ فِي الْعِبَارَةِ عَنْ هَذَا الْمَعْنَ
  5. Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: Knowledge is a venerable estate; good manners are new dresses; and thinking is clear mirror. وَ قَالَ ( عليه‏السلام): الْعِلْمُ وِرَاثَةٌ كَرِيمَةٌ وَ الْآدَابُ حُلَلٌ مُجَدَّدَةٌ وَ الْفِكْرُ مِرْآةٌ صَافِيَةٌ.
  6. Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: Incapability is a catastrophe; endurance is bravery; abstinence is riches; self-restraint is a shield (against sin); and the best companion is submission (to Allah's will). وَ قَالَ ( عليه‏السلام): الْعَجْزُ آفَةٌ وَ الصَّبْرُ شَجَاعَةٌ وَ الزُّهْدُ ثَرْوَةٌ وَ الْوَرَعُ جُنَّةٌ وَ نِعْمَ الْقَرِينُ الرِّضَى
  7. Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: Miserliness is shame; cowardice is a defect; poverty disables an intelligent man from arguing his case; and a destitute person is a stranger in his home town. وَ قَالَ ( عليه‏السلام(: الْبُخْلُ عَارٌ وَ الْجُبْنُ مَنْقَصَةٌ وَ الْفَقْرُ يُخْرِسُ الْفَطِنَ عَنْ حُجَّتِهِ وَ الْمُقِلُّ غَرِيبٌ فِي بَلْدَتِهِ
  8. Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: He who adopts greed as a habit devalues himself; he who discloses his hardship agrees to humiliation; and he who allows his tongue to overpower his soul debases the soul. 2. وَ قَالَ (عليه‏السلام ): أَزْرَى بِنَفْسِهِ مَنِ اسْتَشْعَرَ الطَّمَعَ وَ رَضِيَ بِالذُّلِّ مَنْ كَشَفَ عَنْ ضُرِّهِ وَ هَانَتْ عَلَيْهِ نَفْسُهُ مَنْ أَمَّرَ عَلَيْهَا لِسَانَهُ.
  9. Please elaborate "focus on your self" as it could send the wrong msg across to people who might not understand what you're hitting at... Wabillahi Tawfeeq
  10. Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: During civil disturbance be like an adolescent camel who has neither a back strong enough for riding nor udders for milking. 1. قَال(عليه السلام): كُنْ فِي الْفِتْنَةِ كَابْنِ اللَّبُونِ ، لاَ ظَهْرٌ فَيُرْكَبَ، وَلاَ ضَرْعٌ فَيُحْلَبَ. Brief Explanation: "Labun" means a milch camel and "ibnu'l-labun" means its two year old young. In this age the young is neither suitable for riding nor does it has udders which could be milked. It is called "ibnu'l-labun" because in this period of two years its mother bears another young and begins
  11. Salaamon 'Alaykom WWB Allahumma 'Ajjil li Waliyyekal Faraj AS. We wish to undertake this golden opportunity to reach out to all the masses in an attempt to explore the depths of the wonderous universe hidden within the precincts of the valuable sermons and sayings of Emam Aly Ibn. AbiTaleb (ASWS) that have been compiled by Allamah Al-Syed Al-Sharif Al-Razi in the famous "Nahjol Balaghah." In this attempt, we shall EnshaAllah try to take a few sentences (of the sermons) at a time, or a saying at a time. Along with quoting the sermon / saying number, we shall EnshaAllah try to expla
  12. There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path...

    Wabillahi Tawfeeq

  13. When the dooms day will come about, man will not move one step from his place till he is questioned about four things. a. The way how he spent his life? b. As to how did he wear out his youth? c. About the wealth, as to where he got it from & in what way he spent it? d. And about the love of us the household of prophet. (TUHFUL AQOOL, P56)
  14. The example of my household (Hazrat Zehra (SA) & the twelve imams) is like that of the Hazrat Nuh's (AS) ship. Who so ever boards it will get rescued (salvation) & the one who opposes the boarding of it, gets drowned. (JAMIASAGHIR VOL 2, P533 Hadith, 8162)
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