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3 minutes ago, wolverine said:

Mashallah really thank you very much I am very surprised. There are also many other members who merit this. :)

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Alhamdullilah, may Allah accept all of our good deeds, forgive all of our bad deeds, and allow us to reflect on the year and think about how we could better improve in the coming year. May he allow us

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Recollections of Imam Khomeini Relating to Prayers

During the last month of Imam's life, he was ill and in need of increased supervision.  During the nights, a soldier would sleep just outside the door to Imam's room.  Once I asked that soldier whether he had any recollections of Imam from the period when he used to watch over him.
 
The soldier narrates: Imam would normally wake up 2 hours before the time of the Fajr prayer.  One night I heard Imam crying loudly.  I also started crying.  When Imam came out of his room in order to refresh his wudhu, he noticed me and said, "Oh soldier.  Value your youth and worship God.  The pleasure of worship is in youth. When you get old, your heart will want to worship, but you will not have the health and strength to do so."
 
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Here's a random observation. I follow people who post about science and engineering and also people who post about politics on Twitter. On the weekend, the science and engineering people mostly don't Tweet. I've begun to suspect they're Tweeting at work, and I wonder if they're supposed to do that. 

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Another observation: there are two very tiny birds outside my window, at the top of a shutter. They look settled in. Maybe they've built a nest. On the other hand, maybe they're just sheltering from impending rain. This is the first time I've seen them. 

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum.

SCers who is doing what over the summer?

Did anyone take a vacation?

Are you swimming?

Are you locked up in your home?

Are you smoking sheesha?

Are you going to the beach?

What are you doing?

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

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35 minutes ago, Laayla said:

Did anyone take a vacation?

Are you swimming?

Are you going to the beach?

What are you doing?

Wa alaikum salam, sister.

One weekend my family went to an amusement park, and another we went to a water park. Later this summer we plan to make a trip to the beach - I love the ocean. 

Mostly though, I've been home with the kids. I have managed to get started on my long-planned remodel/repairs to our barn, to make it suitable as a guest cottage and home office. 

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Okay, someone please explain this to me.

So I moved into my new place yesterday, all was well and good. Today I went out to get some groceries and electricals. So far, so good.

Then I go back to my place, open the door, step in. Sit down for a little while. Then I excitedly (I'm sad) open up my 64 GB USB packet so that I can hook it onto my keys. Couldn't find them. Doesn't matter, I'll get them after prayer and food, it's all cools. Go back later... still can't find my keys.

Cleaned the room, looked through every box, the oven, the fridge, the freezer, the kitchen cupboards, bathroom shelves... still nothing. Google searched duas for finding lost items. Went a rough 5 minutes of manic depression as I realised that I must be cursed till the day I die to keep losing things (I'm pretty bad with losing stuff).... still can't find them.

Got invited to play football, excitedly accepted. Can't go out, else I can't come back in.

Still can't find my keys.

I can't find my keys anywhere in this stoopid flat. Don't know whether I should take a nap and then try and find them. It's been a good 5 hours that they've been gone. I dunno what to do.

Why why why can't I be more organised.

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Just now, notme said:

@silasun did you leave them in the door?

Duas that you find them soon. You needed them to come in so they must be inside, right? 

So basically it's a building with where I'm in the second floor. I definitely opened the main entrance (which requires my keys), and I always lock the door. I went out to check that the keys weren't in the door, and they weren't. Highly unlikely someone has stolen them as nobody is in (plus their macbooks and what have you are on full display... all that I need to take one is to leave my untamed nafs a little more untame than usual :dry:).

Where else do people leave their keys? I checked the pots, pans, inside shoes. lol

This is one hell of an ordeal.

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21 minutes ago, silasun said:

Okay, someone please explain this to me.

So I moved into my new place yesterday, all was well and good. Today I went out to get some groceries and electricals. So far, so good.

Then I go back to my place, open the door, step in. Sit down for a little while. Then I excitedly (I'm sad) open up my 64 GB USB packet so that I can hook it onto my keys. Couldn't find them. Doesn't matter, I'll get them after prayer and food, it's all cools. Go back later... still can't find my keys.

Cleaned the room, looked through every box, the oven, the fridge, the freezer, the kitchen cupboards, bathroom shelves... still nothing. Google searched duas for finding lost items. Went a rough 5 minutes of manic depression as I realised that I must be cursed till the day I die to keep losing things (I'm pretty bad with losing stuff).... still can't find them.

Got invited to play football, excitedly accepted. Can't go out, else I can't come back in.

Still can't find my keys.

I can't find my keys anywhere in this stoopid flat. Don't know whether I should take a nap and then try and find them. It's been a good 5 hours that they've been gone. I dunno what to do.

Why why why can't I be more organised.

I lost an important card the other day.  I asked for dhikar from Sheikh Hussain Kourani.

This is what you say.

Ya Rad al Shamas la 3li ibn abi taleb 3la as salam, rud 3layya dthalati

Alhamd'Allah I found it two days later.

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@silasun take a nap, then when you wake up try remembering where you saw them the last time and try looking there.  

Have you looked inside the shopping bags?

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Just now, starlight said:

@silasun take a nap, then when you wake up try remembering where you saw them the last time and try looking there.  

Have you looked inside the shopping bags?

yep. I've literally been through everything everywhere in the room.

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Just now, silasun said:

yep. I've literally been through everything everywhere in the room.

Times like this when I want my keys to have a ringer so when I call from my phone and they start ringing! 

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Did you change your clothes and leave the key in the pockets of what you were wearing before? Is there a crow or raccoon in the apartment, swiping shiny things? 

I find that reenacting my entry to the rooms helps me find things - and I'm quite expert at losing keys, phone, everything, so I've practiced this a lot. 

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2 hours ago, notme said:

Did you change your clothes and leave the key in the pockets of what you were wearing before? Is there a crow or raccoon in the apartment, swiping shiny things? 

I find that reenacting my entry to the rooms helps me find things - and I'm quite expert at losing keys, phone, everything, so I've practiced this a lot. 

None of that has worked. I'll stay at home till tomorrow afternoon, and if I don't find it by then, I'll fork out £60 for a new set.

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4 hours ago, silasun said:

yep. I've literally been through everything everywhere in the room.

Did you put your keys in the trash basket by mistake? 

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1 minute ago, Hameedeh said:

Did you put your keys in the trash basket by mistake? 

Checked them all -_- . I have literally checked everything - the oven, the fridge shelves, under the tables...

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5 minutes ago, silasun said:

Checked them all -_- . I have literally checked everything - the oven, the fridge shelves, under the tables...

Okay, this is getting serious!! 

Getting up for Salat ul Layl in 2 mins. Let's see if SuL duas work! :brucelee:

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12 hours ago, silasun said:

Checked them all -_- . I have literally checked everything - the oven, the fridge shelves, under the tables...

Say 119 time "یا حفیظ" (Ya Hafiz) & then recite 119 time

يَا بُنَيَّ إِنَّهَا إِن تَكُ مِثْقَالَ حَبَّةٍ مِّنْ خَرْدَلٍ فَتَكُن فِي صَخْرَةٍ أَوْ فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ أَوْ فِي الْأَرْضِ يَأْتِ بِهَا اللَّـهُ ۚ إِنَّ اللَّـهَ لَطِيفٌ خَبِيرٌ ﴿١٦

 Ya bunayya innaha in taku mithqalahabbatin min khardalin fatakun fee sakhratin aw fee alssamawati aw fee alardi yati biha Allahu inna Allaha lateefun khabeerun (16)

O my son! surely if it is the very weight of the grain of a mustard-seed, even though it is in (the heart of) rock, or (high above) in the heaven or (deep down) in the earth, Allah will bring it (to light); surely Allah is Knower of subtleties, Aware; (16)

From Ayatollah Behjat (ra)

« اللهم انّی اسئلک یا مُذَکِّرَ الخیرِ و فاعلَهُ و الآمِرَ بِهِ اَن تُصلّیَ علی محمدٍ و آل محمد  و تُذَکِّرَنی ما اَنسانیه الشیطان ».

O Allah, rememberer of  the good and doer of it and commuter to it, I ask you to salute Muhammad and Al-Muhammad, and remember me that which Satan has taken away from me.

from Imam Ali(as) : do a two rakat prayer then say اللَّهُمَ‏ يَا هَادِيَ‏ [رَادَّ] الضَّالَّةِ رُدَّ عَلَيَّ ضَالَّتِي

from Imam Sadiq (as):  do a two rakat prayer then say                اللَّهُمَ‏ رَادَّ الضَّالَّةِ هَادِياً مِنَ الضَّلَالَةِ رُدَّ عَلَيَّ ضَالَّتِي

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lol no key updates. plus the landlord hasn't got back to me. looks like I'm stuck in this flat for another day. might have to get a friend to send me supplies... there's only so much bathroom roll you can use for your cold before you screw your nose in.

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On 7/24/2018 at 9:53 AM, Son of Placid said:

After seeing video of the hail storm in Australia my heart goes out to anyone who was effected by it.  

Hi , althought it’s effect them by the way in increasing   these types of anomalies are from minor signs of reappearance of Imam Mahdi (aj) & second coming of Jesus beside him that these signs have increasing rate in recent years 

https://www.al-islam.org/jesus-though-shiite-narrations-mahdi-muntazir-qaim/his-second-coming

signs of the reappearance -Imam Mahdi (atf)

https://youtu.be/ARFMPo1vsrM

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Swedish student refused to her plane  deport arefugee

https://twitter.com/themuslimvibe/status/1021796426697895936?s=21

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