Guests can now reply in ALL forum topics (No registration required!)
In the Name of God بسم الله
Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'sitting'.
Found 5 results
Solutions: Get up and walk around every hourdrink lots of water Sitting is lethal: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/17/mag... Life Expectancy http://sjp.sagepub.com/content/35/5/5... Heart Disease Risk http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19... Cancer http://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html... Endothelial Function: http://journals.lww.com/acsm-msse/pag... Timeline: http://lifehacker.com/5879536/how-sit... Death: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_release...
Assalamualaikum, I've been having severe back aches for the last few weeks and it's been quite difficult standing in prayer. So I have been performing sitting down. But when I need to pray on a chair how do I prostrate on a turbah? Like do I pick it up and put it on my forehead or put it on a table and lean on it??
Preparing for Ramadan. I plan to do much non-wajib, sunnati solat during the month. If I can stand I will stand i.e. if not darn tired. However, am wondering, izzit permissible, if I am drained out tired, I pray my sunnati solat sitting on a stool or chair, to conserve energy. appreciate no responses like 'ask yr marjah'. Just asking if anybody has solve something like this. jazakallah every1
(salam) Alhamdulillah our religion is so in depth, and we have instructions and help for EVERY situation. People argue that Islam doesn't give people rights, it just makes me laugh because Islam talks about rights in pretty much any given situation. so here are some rights of people who you simply sit down with, and also the types of people we should sit with. I think these hadiths can be applied to anyone we just generally are in the company of, not necessarily the people we're literally sitting down with. The right of someone you sit with: Imam Zaynul Abidin (as) said: "As for the right of your sitting companion - it is that you lower your wing to him [in humbleness], be fair to him in exchanging words, and do not get up from your sear without his permission, even though the one who sits with you has the right to leave without your permission. Forget his shortcomings and remember his virtues, and do not make him listen to anything other than good."-al khisal p 569 no 1 SubhanAllah! look at the level of akhlaq we have to uphold just to fulfil the rights of a person we are sitting with! People we SHOULD sit with: Imam Ali (as) said: "sit with the wise and your intellect will be perfected, your soul will be ennobled, and your ignorance will depart from you."-ghurar al hikam no.4787 The Prophet (saws) said :"Feign poverty and love the poor; sit with them and help them, and shun the companionship of the rich and be kind to them and covet not their wealth"- tanbih al khawatir v2 p 120 Imam Zayn al-abidin (as) said: "Sitting with the righteous brings about righteousness" - bihar al anwar v78 p141 no 35. People we SHOULDN'T sit with: The prophet (saws) said: "Beware of sitting with the dead" he was asked "O messenger of Allah, who are the dead? He (saws) said:"Every rich person whose wealth has made a tyrant of him"-tanbih al khawatir v2 p 32 Imam Ali (as) said :"Mixing with the seekers of this world, ruins one's religion and weakens certainty"-Ghuhr al hikam no. 5072 So now we possess some knowledge of people we should associate with. I offer this advice to you all, though it may be hard to digest. Evaluate your current friends and ask yourself "do they take me closer to Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì? are they deemed wise and intellectual? if the answer is yes, then say alhamdulillah because you have good friends. If the answer is no then ask yourself "do they run after the dunya? is all they pretty much talk about materialistic items and affairs? How much have i actually learnt from them?" if the answer to those lead you to the conclusion that they're not the prescribed people to be accompanying, then lastly ask yourself if you think they can change and become someone who fits the category of people you should accompany I hope this thread helped you. feel free to ask questions about anything I'VE said (i.e not the hadiths) (wasalam)
Recently Browsing 0 members
No registered users viewing this page.