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As-salamunalaikum, I was wondering what people think about the moral traits, behaviour, akhlaq, of a person (male and female) towards other people in general life, IN THIS GENERATION. How do you think one should be with other people (Muslim and non-Muslim)? What moral traits and characteristics do you think are a MUST in this generation towards other people, and why? What kind of a person are you when you are alone, and what kind of a person are you when you are around other people? If there is a difference, then why is that so? How do you react when people judge you based on your traits? What traits and lessons have you adopted from the teachings of Islam and the Ahlulbayt? What do you do when you see someone constantly scared from judgement from others? How would you help them? How would you help a depressed person? - OR - How do you deal with your own depression? How do you deal with anxiety and nervousness? Especially, when around other people? What keeps you grounded to your roots? What is your idea of tawakkul? What is your idea of a happy and satisfying life? What are things that give you happiness? What satisfies you? What advice would you give to your fellow people about these traits and life in general? I'm really hoping to get some answers for these questions, since I think they'll be beneficial for others as much as for me. So kindly try your best to answer at least a few or all of them, if possible. Jazakallah Khair Wa-assalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah
Alhamdulilah, I guess contributing too much information that is ahead of its time for some people on this site could ruffle feathers. Am I being censored even though most of the information I give to this site comes from your very own favorite Al-Islam.org Digital library. Alhamdulilah l have studied at a high level since childhood from both Sunni aspects and Shia narrative. I have been blessed to have four dreams of Muhammad during my lifetime and in one of those dreams I prayed behind him and in another dream I talked with Muhammad SAW and Ali AS in a valley in the same dream. In Another dream I gave Muhammad SAW a glass of water because he was thirsty as he was reading Qur'an in a room that only he and I were in and he was showing me specific verses in Surah Baqarah. In the last dream last year on all Saints day I waited for Muhammad to come and lead prayers while in the masjid Al Harām in the Kaaba area and he showed up and I left with him with a group of Muslims who were also waiting for him even though there were Muslims there who didn’t wait for him and tried to lead prayers themselves. So you see I will not be discouraged because some feathers are wrinkled. Alhamdulilah I know that Allah has been guiding me along in my journey and I will continue to do what I have been doing Inshallah. Inshallah It’s obvious that the Mahdi will have to also have check the Shia order as well when he returns.
As-salamu alaykum, dear brothers and sisters. There is an age-old global stigmatisation surrounding lawyers as being deceptive, immorally corrupt and greedy. As insulting as it may sound, it is worth noting that, like any other fabrication, it is not without its share of truth and falsity. However, like any other profession, the legal profession has been given a bad name due to certain lamentable individuals and their equally lamentable practices. In my humble opinion, however, this profession remains to be amongst the noblest ones. On that note, let me ask you this: What practices are condemned, morally and legally (with sharia and teachings of the Ahlulbyt as the comparative standards ), by Islam for legal practitioners? I would really appreciate if lawyers, judges, academics and law students contribute to this discussion. If possible please share personal experiences. I thank you in advance for taking the trouble of contributing to this discourse. May infinite blessings of Allah shower upon you.
As-salamu alaykum, dear brothers and sisters. I consider this to be a rare privilege for me to stumble across this site and I piously hope that my association with the site would prove to be constructive. Let me pose a very important question to the learned members of this site, which I believe would be beneficial to the mass: What is the stance of Qur'an and the Ahlulbyt (AS) on 'halal' income? Allow me to exemplify. It is my understanding that any financial gain by way of deception, or derived from interests, are strictly haraam. Is there an exhaustive list? AND MORE IMPORTANTLY, is there any definite criteria that would allow one to assess whether his income is halaal or not? I thank you in advance for taking the trouble of contributing to this discourse. May infinite blessings of Allah shower upon you.
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