Seems I lost a few followers from that last post lol. Women Messengers? Astaghz!!!!1
Anonymous asked: You come across as a feminist? Do you not find it odd that there are no female prophets?
77/1 By the honourable Messengers [mur’salāt].
The word mur’salāt is feminine.
Also, in my opinion, Maryam was a messenger:
37/171-172 And verily, has preceded Our Word [kalimat] to our servants, the Messengers. Indeed, surely they are the victorious.
4/171 …His Word [kalimat] He conveyed to Maryam, and a Spirit from Him. So believe with God and His Messengers…
Anonymous asked: How much time do you put on studying the quran?
Hardly any these days. I used to put in at least a couple hours a day, sometimes even more. But I just don’t have the time any more.
Anonymous asked: I don't see anything wrong or immodest about getting on a tube naked. Also in reply to someone's comment...I wouldn't donate my bras to charity because I'm nice and don't want another woman to be tortured by them.
Anonymous asked: What is the meaning of 2/11?
Sorry for the late reply, I couldn’t find my notes on chapter 2.
Verses 2/1-5 is the process humans are to follow to achieve guidance and bliss. 2/6-7 speaks of those who reject this process and the state of their hearts. 2/8-10 mentions those from the people [nās] who claim to be secure with a sense of Greater Purpose and accountability, but in reality they don’t understand. Once more a mention of corrupted hearts, showing us that blissful living must come from purifying the heart.
2/11 And when it is said to them, “Do not spread corruption [tuf’sidū] in the earth,” they say, “Only are we reformers [muṣ’liḥūn].”
Their lack of conviction and the disease in their hearts results in them working against the process of 2/1-5 but claiming otherwise. They confuse spreading fasad in the land with righteous works.
The next two verses show they consider the workers of the dīn to be fools, when in fact they are the fools.
The chapter identifies very early on one of the main challenges faced by humankind: ignorance. Many of us cause harm by acting on ignorance, and unless we correct our intentions and care for our hearts, we risk becoming arrogant towards the peace-makers who try to correct us.
Feel free to share your interpretation too. Thanks.
Anonymous asked: Well I'm a Muslim and I for one like being nude. I want to burn my bra.
Okay. Well, you should ask yourself whether being nude in your current environment would be considered immodest and then decide what you should do from there.
monpetitsoulierr replied to your post: What does Quran say about nudism?
nothing? the Quran speaks about modesty.
Is being nude immodest?
Anonymous asked: What does Quran say about nudism?
Nothing, as far as I know. You have any thoughts on the matter?
Anonymous asked: 'And let’s be honest, my interpretations are shady af.' yo i'm laffin so hard? at any rate, mos, i think i punched myself in my sleep wth? like i got mad bruises, bru; like, i guess i unlocked a new stage of conciousness?
lol, congratulations to you, I guess?
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