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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Yeah she is.
    I know it's so distracting on here lol.


    Ameen.


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    Innit brb
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    (Original post by 5n(12-2n))
    Innit brb
    Lol

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    hint plz?
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    The Journey to Allah and the Home of the Hereafter. Of all the faculties man has been endowed with, none excels the heart in importance and nobility. For the heart is both the seat of intelligence and understanding, and the locus of faith and spirituality; it is the quintessential faculty by which man may come to know his creator, and seek nearness and intimacy with Him. The heart's spiritual sustenance lies in it being receptive to the effusions of divine grace and guidance, without which the veils that cover it will continue to corrupt its primordial purity, gradually rendering it dysfunctional! Each veil - a metaphor for heedlessness, sins and distraction - that is melted away by the rays of faith and spiritual endeavour, allows vital qualities such as love of Allah, as well as hope, fear, remembrance, and reliance upon Him, are referred to in the religious vocabulary as spiritual stations; only when the heart embraces these stations is it said to be truly sound. The Majestic Qur'an informs:

    'The day when wealth and sons avail not, save him who brings to Allah a heart that is sound.'
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    (Original post by Brother Q.)
    The Journey to Allah and the Home of the Hereafter. Of all the faculties man has been endowed with, none excels the heart in importance and nobility. For the heart is both the seat of intelligence and understanding, and the locus of faith and spirituality; it is the quintessential faculty by which man may come to know his creator, and seek nearness and intimacy with Him. The heart's spiritual sustenance lies in it being receptive to the effusions of divine grace and guidance, without which the veils that cover it will continue to corrupt its primordial purity, gradually rendering it dysfunctional! Each veil - a metaphor for heedlessness, sins and distraction - that is melted away by the rays of faith and spiritual endeavour, allows vital qualities such as love of Allah, as well as hope, fear, remembrance, and reliance upon Him, are referred to in the religious vocabulary as spiritual stations; only when the heart embraces these stations is it said to be truly sound. The Majestic Qur'an informs:

    'The day when wealth and sons avail not, save him who brings to Allah a heart that is sound.'


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    What she meant to be the corrupting veils?
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    (Original post by Brother Q.)
    Thanks for sharing. Most people associate jihad with just violence.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Thanks for sharing. Most people associate jihad with just violence.

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    Arent there two types of Jihad? One is greater and one lesser? With the lesser jihad being the violent one?
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    Arent there two types of Jihad? One is greater and one lesser? With the lesser jihad being the violent one?
    Yes. But some non Muslims fail to see that there is also jihad without violence.

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    Hammam b. Munabbih reported:


    Abu Huraira reported us some ahadith from Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) amongst many, (and) one is this that Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said: A person lit fire and when the atmosphere was aglow, moths and insects began to fall into the fire, but I am there to hold them back, but they are plunging into it despite my efforts, and he further added: That is your example and mine. I am there to hold you back from fire and to save you from it, but you are plunging into it despite my efforts.

    Sahih Muslim 2284 c
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    What she meant to be the corrupting veils?
    Not sure tbh

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    Thanks for sharing. Most people associate jihad with just violence.
    :diep:

    That's true, unfortunately
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    The Prophet (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) was asked:

    “What is Eemaan (belief/faith)?”

    He (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) replied:

    الإيمان الصبر و السماحة
    “Eemaan (faith) is patience and tolerance.”

    [Silsilat Al-Ahadeeth As-Saheehah #554]

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    (Original post by FreedomCostsTax)
    Can you name some good Shia qurra?
    Peace be with you,

    Ofcourse:



    Some more:

    Shahat Muhammad Anwar
    Hajj Karim Mansouri: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isPghqnrKq8


    Usama al-Karbalai: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPLeN17tYpU
    Hajj Ahmad al-Dabbagh



    There are too many to count, if you want even more names feel free to ask.
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