>> Monday, February 14, 2011
(We're tackling 3 questions today-- watch us try to keep it short and sweet :P Can we do it?! )
What do you think of music? What's your take on it?
It’s nice that you want to know our opinions but you know,dearest sister, our opinions don’t really qualify as we’re not actually scholars or anything. But anyways, here’s the thing….the way I think of music is really summed up well here:
*Yup....Porn with words*
So! How do you stop listening to it?
Well, number one, try to delete all the music you have. It might be a bit hard for you, so you might wanna try asking a ‘religious friend’ to do it for you, LOL. Tell your school friends/ facebook friends that you're trying to stop and you'd really appreciate their support/ help.
Try to look for Islamic alternatives. Substitute ‘music’ with nasheeds....
If for example, you're used to listening to music while you’re driving or on your way somewhere- how about downloading some cool Islamic lectures on interesting topics and listening to those instead. You can also, start looking for a favorite Qur’an recitor and listen to some more Qur’an.Again, Islamic nasheeds might really help you :)
May Allah make things easier for you and bring you closer to Him. InshaAllah, our readers can help by pitching in their own ideas on how to quit (Haha, we're making y'all do the work!)
Do you know any websites that talk about jinns ? How do they get in a person & how do you protect yourself? Cause lately a few people in our mosque have had jinns in them, and some didn't want to get out. I thought they were the same as Sejtan.
GREAT question. The jinn sure are mysterious beings...but don't worry! We sure do know some good sites about it:
This pretty much explain them well: and also this one:
Little Miss Aunty and I also wrote about 'the jinn' based on an Islamic book we read in this magazine. Choose the pages 19 and 20.(It says the same thing as the other links, though, LOL.).
It explains how to protect yourself, too, and how they come in. May Allah protect us all :D
Is dancing with a guy (just a friend) haram? Not the gross dirty dancing or slow dancing kind, just the jumping up and down, silly kind of dancing.
Hmmm, try checking these earlier posts out. See this one and this one :)
Okay, y'all! Who da women?! Our first ever triple post :P
[As you can see, we're a bit busy at the moment, but planning to answer your wonderful comments soon. Jazakun Allah koli khair!]