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In the Name of God بسم الله

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(bismillah)

 

(salam)

 

Dear brother, thank you for posting this, I cannot remember crying as much, as this past couple of minutes...

 

IT IS ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL.

 

May we all be addicted to our Master's  (as)  presence, and may we never recover until we see His shining face.

 

With duas, and God bless you,

 

Amina 

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If you listen to one YouTube video for past 8 weeks continuously, maybe 20 times a day, sing it in the shower, sleep and wake up murmuring the words, listen to it right after salat and think of it as a dua, singing it to self while in grocery store and people ogling you like you are crazy, I think this will qualify as an addiction.

 

 

I want something else to be addicted to.

 

I need help!

 

So you sing about Imam Mahdi in the shower? 

Edited by Hannibal

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Yes.. Don't you say salawat or BisMilAah or do niyat of ghusl or read duas during shower?

There is a famous Alim who used to take mustahib ghusl everyday to be Tahir in case he is called by his imam! Nothing strange about it.

 

Just note that I wasn't being critical. 

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(salam)

 

Posts like these is the reason I always come back to SC.

It's brothers like you that give me hope for humanity and the :Shia community.

May you be amongst the 313 and may your parents be rewarded .

I'm so addicted that I'm taking it intravenously , straight to my heart .

 

ws

:D

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They say addiction is haram and is punished by fire,

If constant remembrance of our master is considered addiction,

 

Then come fire, burn us!

 

And not only you're addicted yourself, but you're spreading a contagious material as well, so now I am starting to feel it, too!

 

By now I listen to it many times daily, and catch myself biting my nails nervously, when my daughter is blocking our family compy...

 

And it is really true! 

 

P.S. I don't speak much Farsi, but I 'm trying nevertheless - my accent must be atrocious. But, who cares!

 

Thank you for the virus, brother, and if you have some more, we're all waiting...   :sick:

 

Kindest regards,

 

Amina

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Br. Followers: Thanks for sharing.

Br. A Human: Welcome to the club.

Br. Hannibal: I know you listen to it 50 times a day too.

Br. Repenter: Isn't it already consuming our hearts, day in and night out?

Br. :Sami ||: Welcome back brother. If we could just be the dust under their feet!!! 

 

Sister Amina: Farsi is also not my first language. This is what it does to those who speak Farsi. See below. 

 

Watch the crowd move. I guess this was on the night of Qadr'.

 

Edited by Waiting for HIM

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If you listen to one YouTube video for past 8 weeks continuously, maybe 20 times a day, sing it in the shower, sleep and wake up murmuring the words, listen to it right after salat and think of it as a dua, singing it to self while in grocery store and people ogling you like you are crazy, I think this will qualify as an addiction.

 

I'm addicted to this. 

 

I want something else to be addicted to.

 

I need help!

 

Thanks bro, now even I'm addicted to it  :)

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If you listen to one YouTube video for past 8 weeks continuously, maybe 20 times a day, sing it in the shower, sleep and wake up murmuring the words, listen to it right after salat and think of it as a dua, singing it to self while in grocery store and people ogling you like you are crazy, I think this will qualify as an addiction.

 

I'm addicted to this. 

 

I want something else to be addicted to.

 

I need help!

Hi I really enjoyed the video. Is he speaking in farsi? And what type is this video called? A latimayat or a poem? 

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