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If you're someone with any job experience, please reply to this. I want to share something that's making me thora sa anxious. So I feel like sharing.

Sure, go ahead.

List some thoughts, things, vibes, emotions, people, places you feel– had it not been for them, you would've up ended in a different place. Something(s) worth giving life and time.

Thoughts:
یہ سب کچھ پا لینے کی جستجو کہاں تک لے جاۓ گی مجھے
موت سے پہلے ہی شاید موت آ جاۓ گی مجھے۔۔
Things:
A cap, A pleasant fragrance, A watch - a token of hope, purani tasveeron ka album, rumaal, prayer May and prayer beads.
Vibes:
Dad’s hug, Mothers embrace, Namaz, Duain lena, Chai ka cup, doston ke sath guzra waqt, Duain dena. Barish me nahana. Aasman me taaray gin’na. Long walks. Long drives. Holding a baby’s hand.
Madinah me akele ghumna.
Emotions:
Those that are worth giving life and time can’t be described. Capturing them into words would be undermining them.
People:
Rasulullah ﷺ.
Places:
https://owaisruminates.wordpress.com/2020/12/14/favorite-monument-of-my-city/
Basically it could be any place, in any moment of time, that would be worth giving life to.
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What are some things you came across recently that remained with you for long and you had to, kinda, detox in order to get over it and its effects?

It’s hard to pin point those things thats once you’ve actually detoxified yourself of.
And I would love to mention those things but I’m afraid trying to mention them would bring back the painful memories too. So it’s better to let the buried, remain buried.
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How to acquire knowledge from reading books and watching documentaries in a way that it retains ? I read so many books but I just keep forgetting what I read.

I haven’t read many books, but neither can I retain information very well.
My teacher gave me three advices about acquiring knowledge. I’ll just share those here.
People used to ask Ibn Abbas (R.A.), how did you acquire so much knowledge?
He told them “A tongue that asks questions and an attentive heart”
Imam Bukhari (R.H.) when asked for advice regarding acquiring knowledge, he said “کثرۃ المطالعه”
“Frequent revision”.
So the 3 advices are
• Ask questions
• Have an attentive heart (respect the knowledge, respect the teacher, pray for increase in knowledge)
• Revise frequently
Hope this helps انشاءالله.

Do you find it easy to confide in you?

deeda_dahi’s Profile PhotoZalaam
بے جاں کندھوں پہ بوجھ بہت ہے اوروں کا
جب تک اپنی باری آئی، اپنی قمر ہی ٹوٹ گئی
اس پر از خود لکھنے کا دل بھی نہیں چاہ رہا xD
It’s always easy to confide in oneself but..
خود کی ضرورت کم ہی پڑتی ہے.. اور خدا کی ضرورت ہر وقت۔
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I was listening to a show where a famous radio jockey Ayaz Ahmed said Naraaz honay or mananay ka riwaj khatam ho raha hai. Na koi kisi k samnay naraaz hota hai na koi manata hai. I felt this too. People leave. They give up. Na nakhray uthatay, na dikhatay. bas 1image maintain rkho otherwise no frnds

OneFinalTime_Maybe’s Profile PhotoAhmed Imran Hashmi
Something to think about...

ﻣِﺮﮮ ﺁﺱ ﭘﺎﺱ ﺗﻮ ﯾﺎﺭ ﺗﮭﮯ ﻣﺠﮭﮯ ﺯﮨﺮ ﮐﺲ ﻧﮯ ﭘِﻼ ﺩﯾا

یہ جو ننگ تھے ، یہ جو نام تھے ، مجھے کھا گئے
یہ خیالِ پختہ جو خام تھے ، مجھے کھا گئے
کبھی اپنی آنکھ سے زندگی پہ نظر نہ کی
وہی زاویے کہ جو عام تھے ، مجھے کھا گئے
یہ عیاں جو آبِ حیات ہے ، اِسے کیا کروں
کہ نہاں جو زہر کے جام تھے ، مجھے کھا گئے
جو کُھلی کُھلی تھیں عداوتیں مجھے راس تھیں
یہ جو زہر خند سلام تھے ، مجھے کھا گئے
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خورشید رضوی
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People who will follow me I'll pay $10 to each.

Well anyone who can follow an anonymous person, sure does deserve $10.
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why do you think men are allowed to have foyr marriages?! Its it because they can love multiple women at the same time, while a woman loves only one?

jaywells2969’s Profile PhotoF*CK OFF!
As with everything in Islam, there are all sorts of aspects that play their role in each and every matter.
Regarding marriage, there are socio-economic, physiological as well as psychological factors etc.
Since you’ve asked the philosophy of it, yes.
Men have a tendency of attraction and appreciation towards multiple women.
That could be due to physical beauty or intellectual capability of a woman. Plus when men, i.e. actual “men”, take responsibility of more people, it gives them a mental satisfaction of providing sustenance for more people, as well as providing protection, which is a natural inclination and disposition of man.
Women, on other hand, have a tendency to appreciate the permanence of things and people. Women naturally assume their position permanently and work towards upbringing and growth of any and everyone that comes under their care. For this purpose, women demand protection, so that they can give full attention towards the development of community.
Therefore men are driven by authority and women are driven by compassion.
That’s the reason why men are given the reward of Hoors in addition to their wives in Jannah. While the women of Jannah are Queens of their husbands.
So in that way both the man and the woman’s natural disposition is fulfilled.
Wallahu A’lam.

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I understand the value of water after my workout. When I drink water after that I imagine how poor people would feel when we provide them with water. For those of us who can afford giving drinking water bottles to people on the road and poor people, we must provide them with it.

OneFinalTime_Maybe’s Profile PhotoAhmed Imran Hashmi
That’s a good reminder. Jazakum Allahu Khairan Kaseerah 🙌🏻

Post poetry!! 🌸✨

خاموشی، پر ویسی نہ ہو۔
ویسی جو کہ قبرستان میں ہوتی ہے۔
ویسی جو مجرم کے چہرے پہ طاری ہوتی ہے۔
خاموشی ہو۔ پر ایسی ہو،
جو وقتِ عبادت روح میں جاری ہوتی ہے۔
خاموشی جو گہرے سمندر اور جھیلوں میں ہوتی ہے۔
خاموشی، جو آدھی رات کی قندیلوں میں ہوتی ہے۔
چاروں جانب شور بہت ہے،
ہنگاموں کا زور بہت ہے۔
دِل ہو یا شہروں کی سڑکیں،
نفرت کے انگارے بھڑکیں۔
آہیں ہیں اور چیخیں ہیں۔
چیخ نہیں، سرگوشی ہو۔
خاموشی ہو۔
خاموشی پر ویسی نہ ہو۔
خاموشی۔۔ پر ایسی ہو۔
•پروفیسر ڈاکٹر جاوید اقبال

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