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Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

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@hasanhh thank you so much for your advice and correction :). I do not think I put the right effortand direction into channelling these thoughts.

May God accept from you.

Edit: the problem is I just keep getting triggered even by seemingly unrelated things and it pushes me right back into serious difficulties up there all over again - I start behaving a bit strangely with the crazy leg shakes, randomly starting to recite lines of poems, massive headache. Then the sleepiness and a drain of energy.

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6 hours ago, silasun said:

@hasanhh thank you so much for your advice and correction :). I do not think I put the right effortand direction into channelling these thoughts.

May God accept from you.

Edit: the problem is I just keep getting triggered even by seemingly unrelated things and it pushes me right back into serious difficulties up there all over again - I start behaving a bit strangely with the crazy leg shakes, randomly starting to recite lines of poems, massive headache. Then the sleepiness and a drain of energy.

If you are in your 20s, physical reactions like that signals getting your blood sugar checked. Start a twice daily routine of documenting the readings. Keep records correlated with meals and snacks and all. Then see your physician. Ask starlight for her over-the-net thoughts.

"unrelated things" -not likely. People have always described me as insensitive, lacking empathy and like-manner of things. Yet, there are a couple of things that do anger me more than others --usually because l see certain things go way bad as you describe of yourself-- or remembering negative situations l've  been around.

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https://www.yahoo.com/tv/nadya-suleman-opens-doctors-ditching-215100632.html

I am surprised to see that she looks sad. Eight years ago, she was humiliated so much but she always looked like she was enjoying all the attention. I wonder why did she become sad? Is she sad because she had to sell herself or she is just tired after raising 8 kids? If she was in my community, she would be hailed as a hero and an example for all the women. I can just imagine their reaction:  "We will not talk about what you had to do to pay for all the expenses. That's between you and Allah. But we need to talk about your greatness, sacrifice, kindness. You were not focused on your career, you wanted to become a mother. And you raised 14 kids all by yourself. While these other women are not willing to raise even one kid. They are not willing to marry unemployed men. There was a prostitute and she was forgiven by Allah because she gave water to one cat. You raised 14 kids, don't worry about how you paid for them. If you tell these other women to have kids, all men will pray for you and Allah will forgive your sins". 

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13 hours ago, rkazmi33 said:

I wonder why did she become sad? Is she sad because she had to sell herself or she is just tired after raising 8 kids?

No, she probably regrets doing porn, knowing her children will be shown it all their lives by bullies. 

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Why Do Nigerian Scammers Say They are From Nigeria?

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Far-fetched tales of West African riches strike most as comical. Our analysis suggests that is an advantage to the attacker, not a disadvantage. Since his attack has a low density of victims the Nigerian scammer has an over-riding need to reduce false positives. By sending an email that repels all but the most gullible the scammer gets the most promising marks to self-select, and tilts the true to false positive ratio in his favor.

 

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/publication/why-do-nigerian-scammers-say-they-are-from-nigeria/

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13 hours ago, E.L King said:

Has anyone ever had locust?

 

13 hours ago, E.L King said:

Has anyone ever had locust?

Yes, several times. Usually they are cooked in soy sauce, to which you can herbs and stuff.

Let them cool before eating, but do not refrigerate unless you separate them first.

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34 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

 

Yes, several times. Usually they are cooked in soy sauce, to which you can herbs and stuff.

Let them cool before eating, but do not refrigerate unless you separate them first.

I heard they taste like shrimp. Is that true?

And what parts are suitable to be eaten? The entire body?

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I am surprised as to what lengths a man can go for the sake of unity and peace, such lengths that he would abstain from speaking truth just to avoid stepping on the toes of those speaking falsehood. 

What do you think @uponthesunnah?

You would wish peace upon the Imams(as) and the holy Prophet(S) but not send laana to the son of the liver eater muawiya(la) or to his worm of a son yazid(la)? You do not think they deserve laana then but you think the Imams(as) and the holy Prophet(S) deserves peace?

 

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10 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

I am surprised as to what lengths a man can go for the sake of unity and peace, such lengths that he would abstain from speaking truth just to avoid stepping on the toes of those speaking falsehood. 

What do you think @uponthesunnah?

You would wish peace upon the Imams(as) and the holy Prophet(S) but not send laana to the son of the liver eater muawiya(la) or to his worm of a son yazid(la)? You do not think they deserve laana then but you think the Imams(as) and the holy Prophet(S) deserves peace?

 

I have created many threads refuting Muawiyah and his tyrant son, Yazid (la). I have perhaps, engaged far more people in debating the caliphs, certain wives, Muawiyah and Yazid more so than the majority of people that post here. 

But calling sunni's who add 'ra' to muawiyah's name as 'nasibis' is dangerous. The vast majority of sunni's acknowledge muawiyahs mistake, and though we deem them to be extremely in the wrong by adding 'ra', that is the way they do it with the 'companions'. That is the nature of historical disagreements. As much as we would want them to recognise the caliphs for the reality of what they were, that can't happen. It does not make them inherently evil automatically, only mistaken.

My issue is - why don't we just stick to the issues?

Instead of labelling sunni users who disagree with us as nasibi's, wahhabi's, lets just keep things academic and civil and debate the issues, and leave the personal attacks aside? Otherwise, the debate just gets way too emotional, no-one recognises the other. The point i was making was not that of shia-sunni unity, but on just a better way for dialogue and debate.

I want people who disagree with us to come on shiachat and be treated kindly, and with respect. I want them to leave having received a compelling, thorough and cogent understanding of the other side, and leave in peace - even if they disagree as much or even more. This is because we are representing the Ahlulbayt asws, and i fear even a single loose word thrown around that could do them a disservice and create for them , needless enemies.

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1 minute ago, uponthesunnah said:

I have created many threads refuting Muawiyah and his tyrant son, Yazid (la).

But calling sunni's who add 'ra' to muawiyah's name as 'nasibis' is dangerous. The vast majority of sunni's acknowledge muawiyahs mistake, and though we deem them to be extremely in the wrong by adding 'ra', that is the way they do it with the 'companions'.

My issue is - why don't we just stick to the issues?

Instead of labelling sunni users who disagree with us as nasibi's, wahhabi's, lets just keep things academic and civil and debate the issues, and leave the personal attacks aside? Otherwise, the debate just gets way too emotional, no-one recognises the other. The point i was making was not that of shia-sunni unity, but on just a better way for dialogue and debate.

 

You did not put laana after the name of muawiya(la), why?

Your problem is that you do not recognize who is here to debate and who is here to preach.

Not all people who wishes peace upon muawiya(la) are nasibis, but if you have been informed about the history and his character but still insist that he is pious then not only are you a fool but you are also one who holds hatred since you would see someone hateful like muawiya(la) as a pious person.

Understand that not everyone who opens a discussion are out to discuss, understand that not everyone who hears you will want to listen.

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6 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

You did not put laana after the name of muawiya(la), why?

Your problem is that you do not recognize who is here to debate and who is here to preach.

Not all people who wishes peace upon muawiya(la) are nasibis, but if you have been informed about the history and his character but still insist that he is pious then not only are you a fool but you are also one who holds hatred since you would see someone hateful like muawiya(la) as a pious person.

Understand that not everyone who opens a discussion are out to discuss, understand that not everyone who hears you will want to listen.

I don't and won't because the majority of sunni's revere him. I'll show you his crimes, but i am not going to give fodder for others to attack shia islam by. Instead of focusing on his crimes, they will emotionally rouse others and focus on me sending lanah. That would be tactically foolish. I will follow the guidance of the Imams a.s, and place the safety of their madhab first and foremost.

Yazid however, is fair game.

The issue is, even if someone has informed a sunni brother about the truth. They may not have been informed when their mind was ready to accept. It may not have been explained properly. There may be other factors obstructing them to accept reality. In any case, they are mistaken and ignorant to the truth, and if it is a conclusion more sinister, let Allah be the judge - at least when we are all online.

Abu Rumaysh loves the Ahlulbayt, and also their enemies. He does not love their enemies because he believes their enemies were the enemies we deem them to be. But because his history is not the same as ours, and even if we have the same histories in cases, his interpretation is not the same as ours.

Let's engage in an academic dialogue , and agree to disagree?

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10 minutes ago, uponthesunnah said:

I don't and won't because the majority of sunni's revere him. I'll show you his crimes, but i am not going to give fodder for others to attack shia islam by. Instead of focusing on his crimes, they will emotionally rouse others and focus on me sending lanah. That would be tactically foolish. I will follow the guidance of the Imams a.s, and place the safety of their madhab first and foremost.

I think that not only do you not send him laana in public but I think that you do not do it in private either.

I am not afraid to speak truth, I will speak it and I will be very frank and direct. If they hate me for it, they have hated me for speaking truth. If they kill me for it, they have killed me for speaking truth.

 

13 minutes ago, uponthesunnah said:

Yazid however, is fair game.

By your logic, yazid(la) should not be sent laana either because many sunnis in their ignorance send him blessings. Now your telling me two things or you have not thought this thru. 

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3 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

I think that not only do you not send him laana in public but I think that you do not do it in private either.

I am not afraid to speak truth, I will speak it and I will be very frank and direct. If they hate me for it, they have hated me for speaking truth. If they kill me for it, they have killed me for speaking truth.

By your logic, yazid(la) should not be sent laana either because many sunnis in their ignorance send him blessings. Now your telling me two things or you have not thought this thru. 

It is better not to make assumptions brother. If you got my hint, and have read what i have written on Muawiyah, you would know one would not have to be explicit.

Either way, my issue was not in performing Lanah on muawiyah. I have no right to stop anyone from doing it on here. I just think it's unhelpful to debate someone about a revered symbol of theirs, and then curse the symbol at the same time. Yazid is different because there is far less ikhtilaaf on him. Muawiyah is a little trickier.

It was on calling sunni's who are not converted based on a debate on shiachat as nasibi's. 

We can't expect people to convert over a debate on SC brother, and label them when they don't.

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5 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

I think that not only do you not send him laana in public but I think that you do not do it in private either.

I am not afraid to speak truth, I will speak it and I will be very frank and direct. If they hate me for it, they have hated me for speaking truth. If they kill me for it, they have killed me for speaking truth.

 

By your logic, yazid(la) should not be sent laana either because many sunnis in their ignorance send him blessings. Now your telling me two things or you have not thought this thru. 

Brother, i don't want us to have grudges between us.

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1 minute ago, uponthesunnah said:

We can't expect people to convert over a debate on SC brother

Then what exactly is holding you back from sending laana again?? 

 

And no, I am not holding a grudge against you but I have been observing you for some time and you are walking on the sharp side of a blade, tilt a little bit to each side and you will lose your balance.

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5 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

Then what exactly is holding you back from sending laana again?? 

 

And no, I am not holding a grudge against you but I have been observing you for some time and you are walking on the sharp side of a blade, tilt a little bit to each side and you will lose your balance.

I would rather the debate centred on Muawiyahs crimes, than get derailed and turn violent because i performed lanah on the person i was debating's revered figure.  You can openly perform Lanah, i won't stop you, but i know full well the consequences on our madhab by doing so.

My issue was not you sending lanah upon muawiyah - but it was on calling a sunni user a nasibi because he failed to convert on his position over a shia-chat debate. 

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8 hours ago, E.L King said:

I heard they taste like shrimp. Is that true?

And what parts are suitable to be eaten? The entire body?

You eat the whole thing. These things are farm raised.

They do not taste like shrimp. The ones l had you could only taste the sweetened soy sauce and herbs.

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Sorry everyone. This Thoughts topic has reached its limit. The topic has been glitching and reposting the last post over and over again. The topic is closed. RIP. Please post in the other Thoughts topic here:

 

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