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  1. Was wondering if anyone can help me in finding a reference of this quote which I believe was derived from the collections of the peak of eloquence. “He has appointed death as my guardian angel. None can harm me before it is due, none can save me when it arrives.”
  2. I can't find it. I remember it was something like "I love poverty more than wealth, sickness rather than health and death rather than life." It was not the one that goes like this: "They breed what they ultimately bury, they build what they ultimately destroy, they hold firm to what is ephemeral and they forsake what is everlasting. Hence blessed are the two cries people hate the most: Death and Poverty!" I am sure it is not that one I am thinking of because I especially remember the bit about preferring sickness over health. Also if anyone has any other good Abu Dharr quotes, by him or about him, or stories you can post them. But especially I am looking for this one quote.
  3. As-Salamu Alaykom I've seen this qoute everywhere but no one have linked to the source? So now i'm wondering if it is really Imam Ali (as) who said it?? "Two things define you: your patience when you have nothing; and your attitude when you have everything"
  4. Salaam, I have seen many supposed Imam Ali a.s quotes but two that I particularly like are "Life consists of two days, one for you and one against you. So when it's for you don't be proud or reckless, and when it's against you be patient, for both days are a test for you" and "It is in the changing of circumstances in life that the essence of man is revealed." However, I cannot find any references or sources to attribute these sayings to Imam Ali a.s. which leads me to believe that they were not actually said by him. If anyone could provide references/source for either of these quotes, I would be very very grateful. Ya Ali Madad
  5. Hope everyone here is fine. I was reading Imam Hussain a.s 's sayings, One of them says.... "If you neither believe in religion nor fear the hereafter, then at least be free from Tyranny and Arrogance" I want all of you to help me understand this quote. There are so many bad things in this world...in our life, but why Imam a.s said to be free from cruel leadership and that feeling when you think you are smarter and best as compare to others. By the way, I am not criticizing His a.s advice (God forbid), I am just curious that what is special in these two things that Imam a.s advised to be free from them.
  6. (salam) I heard a saying by Imam Ali a.s where he says you should listen to what someone is saying not who is saying it. If anyone has the actual quote please share
  7. Why has the quote option, which is at the end of a post, changed from a "Quick Reply", where the words are just quoted on the same page, to opening a whole new, advanced reply page? First, it just takes a lot of time, if I only wanted to quote one line. Second, if I want to quote two or more people, it just takes ages. Third, for someone like me, who lives in a country where Internet is quite expensive, slow and metered, if there is a thread with more than one page (which is nearly always the case), I have to load 4 pages in total, while I only had to do 2 or 3 earlier. This is both time-consuming and (for someone like me) costly.
  8. Do you do realise that there is a button with the word 'quote' in it, if you want to quote someone, you should press it. The style you have of doing this: is really annoying, there is no need to keep referring to yourself in the third person. Alternatively, when you write a post there is a button with a picture of a speech 'bubble', if you highlight the bit you are quoting and then press that button it will also appear in quote marks. thanks
  9. (bismillah) In The Name of Allah (SWT) , The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful. (salam) wa RAHMATULLAHI WA BARAKATOH. I hope you are all in the best of health and, more importantly, the best of Imaan (faith). So, I am recently experiencing a problem when quoting others' posts. When I quote, the spaces and the "skipping of the lines for paragraphs" is not shows while I would have them before. Can someone help me out? May Allah (SWT) bless us all, our families and loved ones; guide us all to The Straight Path with His Perfect Guidance and may He, The Forgiver of Sins and The Oft-Forgiving, forgive all our sins for, verily, there is neither any refuge nor any respite for the sinners except in Allah (SWT) .
  10. Hi, I need to give my Women's Studies teacher in college a response by Monday of an ayat/ surah/ scripture from the Quran which states that women have a right to sexual fullfillment. Do you guys know of any such scripture from the Quran?? I have searched online and haven't been able to find one. Please help!!
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