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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. In the last 2 years of Trump, I actually felt I was being treated like this, both at home and at work. https://youtu.be/RigaX5271MI And that's why I think Trump is worse than Biden.
  2. Emotional attraction is not a fantacy produced by Hollywood. It's a need for humans. In 90's and 2000's, people had these emotional connections. I had these with my family and friends and this is the thing I miss most in my life.
  3. https://inshaykhsclothing.com/home/intro/victim-blaming/
  4. In 2013, I was working with some women in a lab who were yelling at me all day long and I thought that was the worst that could happen. But last year, I worked at 2 jobs where I faced so much harassment from men. One guy was ex-convict and he seemed decent and friendly at first. I decided to talk to him and he turned into a creep really soon. He used to stare at me and touch his lips (this gesture has become common among men). I quit that job and then my recruiter told me another woman quit because of that guy. I hope they got rid of him and I have decided I won't give benefit of doubt to any
  5. People keep talking about not refusing to marry a pious man. Forcing or pressurizing someone to marry you is not considered moral or ethical in any culture. I would never want to pressurize or emotionally blackmail someone into marrying me, no matter how much I like that person. Forget about a pious momin, I think such a person is not even a decent human being. Think about it: if you go to buy something, and the salesman pushes you to buy something without giving you the chance to think about it, do you think it's ethical or honest? Marriage is a decision for whole life, especially for women,
  6. @ShiaofAli12 last year I was listening to a very different kind of message from scholars. They were constantly saying that Prophets and AhlylBayt were all successful people. If you are miserable, that's because of your sins and that makes you a kafir. Because if you are a good momin, you will live a good life both in this world and next. All the blessings in this world are created for momins and momins enjoy them, while lazy people cannot obtain those blessings and use religion as an excuse. People, who are lazy in worldly affairs, they are also lazy in religious affairs. This is what I call s
  7. For me, it's much easier to feel closer to God when life is easy. During hard times, I tend to give up and lose all my hope. Forget about 40 days, what if bad things are happening after every 2 or 3 days? I can deal with illness, or some degree of abuse, but last year, I dealt with spiritual abuse and it really damaged my faith. For the first time in my life, I felt so empty and I felt like people were killing my soul. I didn't have anything which would at least keep me busy and divert my attention. I am done with hardships, and I need some success and happiness in my life. Until the time I tu
  8. Sister! You are so right. All this is emotional blackmailing , but never submit to the pressure. Focus on your career and try to become independent. And don't marry anyone just to please your parents or other people. Don't settle. All the people back home, who are telling you to settle, they are only interested in you because you live in west. They can take their own advice and settle with someone in their own city.
  9. I think power corrupts people. In recent years WF people have gained so much power. While Akhbaris look aggressive with their lanats and cursing, WF people are the ones who act like gangsters. And akhbaris have become oppressed. The biggest problem with WF is that supporters apply this theory to everyday life and they insist that every family and every community needs to have one leader only who needs to have absolute power. He needs to have control over all the money. I am not sure if Khamenei is the biggest bully and most cruel person in Iran but the people WF supporters choose as leaders in
  10. This also applies to people sacrificing for their lovers or any other political or religious causes.
  11. Another very interesting post I read on facebook: Whenever politicians start talking in mystical terms, beware. They might be trying to disguise and excuse real suffering by wrapping it up in big incomprehensible words. Be particularly careful about the following four words: sacrifice, eternity, purity and redemption. If you hear any of these, sound the alarm. And if you happen to live in a country whose leader routinely says things like "their sacrifice will redeem the purity of our eternal nation", know that you are in deep trouble. To save your sanity, always try to translate such hog
  12. I found a very interesting post on facebook by someone named saddam Jamali, which explains why this woman charges so much money and why men are willing to pay so much. If you buy a second-hand Fiat for $2000 , you are likely to complain about it to anyone willing to hear. But if you buy a brand-new Ferrari for $200,000, you will sing its praises far and wide, not because it is such a good car, but because you have paid so much money for it that you must believe it is the most wonderful thing in the world. Even in romance, any aspiring Romeo or Werther knows that without sacrifice, there
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