پرسید فرق بین دوست و رفیق، گفتم دوست فقط یک آشناست، یک همکار، یک همکلاسی، حتی یک همسایه گاهی یک همسفر، شاید حتی یک همراه، یک همراه از سرکوچه تا دم خانه مثلا.
دوستی یک آشنایی ست که با یک سلام شروع می شود گاهی خداحافظی نگفته تمام می شود.
یک اشتباه از دوست بیگانه می سازد اما رفاقت ریشه دارد
به روز و ماه و سال نیست، گاهی در یک آن، یک لحظه ریشه می دواند، می رود تا مغز استخوانت، توی تمام جانت، دلت را قرص می کند رفیق به بودنش، به ماندنش، به رفاقتش، دوباره پرسید فرقش؟
گفتم به هر کس نمی گویی رفیق، رفیق یک جوری آرام جان است،
قرار است، دنیا دنیا، دریا دریا هم که فاصله باشد از این قاره تا آن قاره رفیق رفیق می ماند
که برای رفاقت نیازی به شباهت نیست.
Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran (under Islamic rule)
He was arrested twice by the monarchical Pahlavi government and was exiled for life in the latter. For a while, he lived in Turkey, then he moved to Najaf. He stayed in Najaf for 13 years teaching, writing and leading the revolutionists in Iran. In 1979, he was forced to leave Iraq; so he went to Paris. After a while, he returned to Iran and led the Islamic Revolution to victory. He was the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the end of his life.
Imam Khomeini's movement and the victory of the Islamic Revolution had several impacts on the world and led to establishment of political movements based on Islamic thoughts. The doctrine of al-Wilayat al-Mutlaqa li l-Faqih (absolute guardianship of the jurist), a political doctrine based on Shi'a beliefs, is his most important doctrine. He tried to establish the Islamic Republic of Iranand its constitution based on this doctrine.
He believed that the common way of ijtihad inHawza is not sufficient. From his point of view, governing was the practical realization of all fiqh. Having this viewpoint about fiqh, he believed in innovation in Ijtihad beside emphasizing on keeping the frames of traditional fiqh. His doctrine about the impact of the time and place on ijtihad and some of his influential fatwas can be counted as results of this point of view.
Muslims, especially Shi'as, liked him very much. His funeral, with participation of almost 10 million people, was the most crowded funeral in the world up to now.
In addition to fiqh and usul -which are the common subjects in Islamic seminaries- he had works and special opinions in Islamic philosophy and mysticism.
Imam Khomeini, also taught Islamic ethics during his residence in Qom in the school ofFaydiyya.
این هم از یه طعم ترکیبی خاص و جدید تیک تاک #تمشک شاه توت بلوبری،
قابل توجه دوستانی که دنبال یه محصول خاص با کام دهی بالا هستند تیک تاک گزینه ی قابل توجهی هست,که بعداز مصرف هیچ گونه سردرد و عوارضی ندارد💪.
جهت مشاوره و خرید به دایرکت مراجعه فرمایید💢 .
From the point of view of Islam, kindness and affection are the consistency and establishment of the human community, and without a kindness, a system of human society, cold and unflattering, and the beauty of life is a bitter and senseless to humankind.
The person who created a person for social life has also felt the need for this bond and relationship in him. He is also Rahman, Rahim, Voodood, Rauf and Attow, and created his servants on this nature. God kindly encourages his servants to love and kindness, and they introduce the people of Mehr and Atefeh among the companions of Maimana; those whose letter of deeds will be given to their right hand, or those whose existence is full of Yemen and bless for themselves and others. Then he says:
"Thom is the covenant of me, and I am well, the Amen, and the Sustainer, and the Sustainer, and the Most High;  then they will be of those who believe and endow each other with patience, patience and kindness." These are companions of Yemin.
The good messenger of Islam also describes the strength of the bondage, the kindness and the kindness of the believers with each other: "Enma al-Mu'minun al-Fahr al-Tahmam and De'atfeh Amman al-Mu'min al-Wahid al-Zahr al-Dahid al-Zahra, a member of Allah, associate with Allah al-Bishima and El-Sa'er." The believers, A figure. When a member of this group becomes sick, the other members will accompany him with cure. #LUXURY #LOVE #INSTAGOOD #PHOTOOFTHEDAY #FASHION #BEAUTIFUL #HAPPY #CUTE #TBT #LIKE۴LIKE #FOLLOWME #FOLLOW #PICOFTHEDAY #ME #SELFIE #SUMMER #ART #INSTADAILY #FRIEDNS #REPOST #NATURE #GIRL #FUN #STYLE #SMILE #FOOD #INSTALIKE
Stop waiting for the perfect time. Time isn't waiting for you :::::
اينقدر منتظر زمان مناسب نباش ,
زمان براى تو صبر نميكنه
به عقیده خیام هر کس که در این دنیا بتواند شاد زندگی کند و از زندگیش لذت ببرد، بطور حتم بعد از مرگش نیز در بهشت خواهد بود. زیرا کسی که زندگی شادی داشته باشد به طور طبیعی نه به کسی ظلم می کند و نه تفکرات منفی نسبت به دیگران دارد. پس دنیا و آخرتش برای او بهشت خواهد بود. بنابراین نباید زندگی را به خود سخت گرفت.
گردون نگری ز قد فرسوده ماست ,
جیحون اثری ز اشک پالوده ماست
دوزخ شرری ز رنج بیهوده ماست
فردوس دمی ز وقت آسوده ماست
💎 #خیام #💎
هان اى مردم! كسى كه براى خدا نصیحت كند و كلام خدا را راهنماى خود گیرد، به راهى پایدار رهنمون شود و خداوند او را به رشد و هدایت موفّق سازد و به نیكویى استوار گرداند، زیرا پناهنده به خدا در امان و محفوظ است و دشمن خدا ترسان و بی یاور است و با ذكر بسیار خود را از [معصیت خداى] بپایید.
"تحف العقول ص 227"
. #کریمی #محمود_کریمی #حاج_محمود_کریمی @fotros
Biography of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) Prophet of Islam
Muḥammad b. ʿAbd Allāh b. ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib b. Hāshim (Arabic: محمد بن عبد اللّه بن عبد المطّلب بن هاشم) (b. 'Am al-Fil/570 Mecca – d.11/632 Medina) is the prophet of Islam, whose mission was essentially the advancement of monotheism and morality. He (s) was also a social reformist and a political leader. He (s) was the last prophet of God, and his major miracle was the Qur'an.
Although the Prophet (s) was born in thepolytheistic society of Arabia, he never worshiped any idols, and avoided the inappropriate manners that were rampant in pre-Islamic Arabia. He (s) was chosen by Godas a prophet at the age of forty. Although the polytheists of Mecca persecuted him and his followers for many years, neither he, nor his followers gave up following Islam. After thirteen years of preaching in Mecca, he immigrated to Medina. This immigration (Hijra) marked what became the beginning of the Islamic calendar. In Medina, he established an ever expanding community of believers, the Muslim ummah.
Because of the efforts of the Prophet (s), the pre-Islamic Age of Ignorance ended, and the polytheistic society of Arabia was transformed into a monotheistic society in a short time. Towards the end of the Prophet's (s) life, almost everyone in the Arabian Peninsula had converted to Islam. The number of Muslims has continued to grow ever since, and Islam is now the fastest growing religion in the world.
A great part of the teachings in Islam are about the actions of every Muslim. These duties which are called practical rulings are discussed in a science called fiqh. The original source to discover these duties is theQur'an and tradition (speeches and acts of theInfallible Ones (a)). In general, practical duties of every Muslim can be categorized in three fields of worship, ethics, and society (transactions). Acts of Worship
Main article: ibadat
Worship is an act to be practiced with theintention of obeying the command of God. Acts of worship are either obligatory orrecommended. The most important obligatory act of worship in Islam is daily prayers. Some of the most important obligatory acts of worship are: fasting in the month of Ramadan,zakat, khums, hajj, and jihad.
Main article: ethics
There are many teachings regarding moral actions in original sources of Islam (the Qur'an and tradition of the Infallible Ones (a)). Introducing good and bad qualities and practical ways to achieve moral perfections, advising about observation of people's rights and orders for regulation of social and family relations are among moral teachings in Islam.
Islām (Arabic: الإسلام) is among monotheisticand Abrahamic religions. The prophet of this religion is Muhammad (s) to whom the Qur'anwas revealed. The beginning of invitation to Islam was made in 610 CE in the city ofMecca in the Arabian Peninsula. Increasing expansion of Islam began after emigration of the Prophet (s) to Medina. Muslims believe that the Holy Prophet (s) is the last divine prophet and Islam is the last divine religion.
The Qur'an and tradition of the Prophet (s) and Imams (a) are the most essential sources to learn about Islamic beliefs and practices. Muslims believe that there is no falsehood or error in the Qur'an and it has remained unaltered since its revelation. Tradition includes the speeches and acts of the Prophet (s) and Imams (a) transmitted to us in written form from one generation to another.
The most important ideological principles in Islam are monotheism, prophethood of the Prophet of Islam (s) and the resurrection. The most important practices in Islam are daily prayers, fasting, khums, zakat, hajj, and jihad. A great part of Islamic sources deal with the introduction of good and bad qualities and practical ways to acquire moral perfection. Advising about people's rights and orders for regulation of social and family relationships are among moral teachings of Islam. For many issues in daily life, Islam has regulations for different issues such as marriage, divorce, buying and sale, lease and judgment, the rulings for which are discussed in the books of fiqh (jurisprudence) under the title oftransactions.
There are two major schools of Shi'a andSunni in Islam, each of which has different branches. The major difference between the two is over the issue of imamate or caliphateafter the Prophet (s); however, they have differences over some other ideological issues and rulings as well.
Ẓuhūr (Arabic: الظُهُور, Reappearance) in the terminology of Twelver Shiites means the rise and reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a) after his Major Occultation in order to establish a just world government.
Signs of Reappearance(علائم الظهور) are those events which have been predicted by the Infallibles (a) to happen before or on the verge of the reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a) and the happening of each of them is considered a good news for approaching his uprising in the world; so that, he (a) will rise after the last in the series of these signs happen. The Siren,rising of Sufyani, etc. are among these signs.
One question with which many people are concerned is when Imam al-Mahdi (a) will reappear and whether there is any specific time for his reappearance.
According to hadiths from Imams (a), the time of his reappearance or Zuhur is unknown to people.
Imam al-Sadiq (a) is quoted as saying that "we never determined a time for the reappearance in the past, nor will we do so in the future". Therefore, as emphasized in some hadiths, people who predict certain times for the reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a) are imposters and liars.
Imam al-Baqir (a) told one of his companions who asked him about the time of reappearance: "people who determine times for the reappearance are liars; they lie, they lie". These hadiths clarify that there were always people, with diabolical motivations, who determined times for Imam al-Mahdi (a)'s reappearance, as there will be such people in the future. Therefore, Imams (a) asked Shiitesnot to be indifferent to these people; rather they should reject and deny them.
Muḥammad b. al-Ḥasan al-'Askarī (Arabic:محمد بن الحسن العسکری) (born in 255/869), also known as Imam al-Mahdi (a) (Arabic:إمام المهدی), is the twelfth Imam in Twelver Shi'ism. He is the promised savior, who will rise one day and fill the earth with peace and justice. Imam al-Mahdi (a) has been inoccultation from the early years of his life. Shi'as regard him as the Imam of the present age. Among his well-known titles are Imam al-Mahdi (the Imam of the time) and Wali l-'Asr (the guardian of the age). Imam al-Mahdi (a) became the Imam after themartyrdom of his father Imam al-Hasan al-'Askari (a) in the year 260/874, when he was five. From that time until the year 329/940, he was in contact with his followers through hisFour Deputies. After that, his Major Occultation started, in which period the direct guidance and leadership of the Shi'acommunity rests with religious scholars.
There are many hadiths transmitted from theImams (a) about Imam al-Mahdi (a), his life, his Occultation, and his government, and many collections of such hadiths have been written. In addition to hadith collections, many works have been published about Imam al-Mahdi (a). Every year, on fifteenth of Sha'ban, Shi'as celebrate the Imam's birth, marking one of the greatest Shi'i festivals.