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As-salamu alaykum brothers and sisters, I am a (very) new revert to Islam. I am also a Westerner, thoroughly raised in Western culture & a liturgical christian church. As a result, this is all quite new to me although very natural feeling when I pray or read the Quran. I have already become much better at offering my five daily prayers, but I am wondering if there is anything else that I ought to be working on learning + practicing right now. I have ordered a set of tasbih because I used to say the rosary every night as a Christian and I want to continue to have that sort of "ritual" because it's familiar to me and quiets my soul when I am stressed or nervous, so I am going to learn to say zikr (in Arabic of course). Any suggestions on ways to deepen my faith would be a huge help, especially with ways to memorize portions of the Quran (I have only committed Surah Ikhlas to memory thusfar for saying my prayers).
Salaam All, Just a quick question about this school of thought. What are their main/core beliefs and how do their ritual practices differ from the Shia school of thought. Thank you
Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim As-Salamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu Who else is religiously-inclined, but has been born into a less-than-religious family? Those of us who have been face a unique set of challenges which our brothers and sisters blessed with virtuous families do not. At the same time, our experiences differ from, but can certainly find inspiration in, those of reverts. InshaAllah we will all pass such Divine tests with patience and wisdom. Does anyone, at any stage of life, currently have a similar experience? Inshallah we can all benefit from knowing the experiences of brothers and sisters who were born in less-than-religious families. Wa salam
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.
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