Sunday night would be the biggest one, correct?
Keep us in your prayers please
So tomorrow would be the biggest one? Does it differ according to the marjaa3
Well tomorrow night will be 22. So the night after. I believe it differs among scholars. As well check where you live
Is tonight July 18th the first laylatul Qadr and then tomorrow the 19th is the second right?
Tonight is the second
Sorry I didn't mean to offend. I saw many questions about Ali al-Najjar so I assumed you were close with his family.
It wasn't offensive. I do apologize if the answer was harsh. Yeah I don't know why many are asking me about him. I may know the family but I don't get involved with their personal lives.
Do you know if Ali al-Najjar is talking to anyone?
I'm not his personal secretary so I wouldn't know. Ask him
What scares you more than anything else?
Not being a true Shia
What’s the first thing you’d do if you were the opposite sex for one day?
Run away literally
What three things in life you want more than anything else?
Ziyara, Hajj, and travel around the world
how old are you?
On Monday I turn 20
Do you love Ayatollah Khamenei?
I give him my utter respect. As for love I don't think I love him to the point I should
can you speak Arabic?
Yes of course
i fell really guilty saying this but i dont find any motivation to pray on time because even though i understand the words in prayers i can't seem to build a connection with loving my prayers how do i fix this
Really think about it's importance. Allah(SWT) in the Quran that prayers are not only obligatory but it removes evil and vices. Maybe you haven't realized the sins that you've done that make you think this way.
Or you may not have understood the meaning of prayer itself. Could be either or both scenarios.
I would think of why Allah(SWT) would make such a thing important. It may not be for Allah(SWT) but it is for you. And Allah(SWT) knows what is best for us.
One main thing I can tell you, NEVER STOP PRAYING! This is the most important point. Keep up with your prayers and do not purposely miss them just because you feel doubt or laziness. (I can say this from experience)
The next read our scholar's books about the importance of prayer and see why they make such rulings about how to perform prayers the right way.
Inshallah this helps and do not feel ashamed or embarrassed to ask such a thing. I think we've all gone through this at some point.
Where would you like to live?
Anywhere where I can best practice my religion
Sayed Sistani (HA)?
I won't say
Ayatollah Wahid (ha)?
I won't say
Sayed Khamenei (ha)?
I won't say
Thanks for the advice sister inshallah there's a new sister observing chador in the UK soon x
Then what would you tell someone with second thoughts
Over come them. Because wearing the Abbaya won't be easy, and your second thoughts will grow stronger while wearing them. You need to be ready for the mind challenge.
when you were contemplating wearing a abaya, did you have second thoughts? If so, how did you overcome those thoughts?
Not really. I just did it without second thoughts
Who is your marjaa?
Should be obvious. I won't say
What words of encouragement would you give to a sister who is considering a chador
Do it because you want to and don't let anyone get in your way. Be prepared for a challenge but I know you can do it
How practical is the chador in the west
As practical as you make it to be.
Who is the boss in your house?
Sister you haven't answered questions in a while
Been to busy. Apologies