• <b></b> I wonder if Dean ever prays dirty things to Cas...Like sexting but through a prayer. Like Cas enters the room and is all.<p><b>Cas:</b> "Dean, your prayer was very inappropriate."<p><b>Dean:</b> "Well it got you here didn't it."<p><b>Cas:</b> "My pants are very tight now and a I don't know why."<p>

anonymous said:

How do you know if a god is hearing your prayers. Like...when you leave out an offering...how do you know that the god is present (and thus consumed the offering) so thta you can put it away (or eat it)?

Sometimes you really don’t know, honestly. Sometimes you’re sitting there going “have I waited long enough to eat this now? Do I need to wait longer? did they even notice that I set this offering out?” And then you simply get tired of waiting and eat it.

Confirmation can come in a lot of ways- some people get a feeling, some people hear things, some people smell stuff, some people get nothing at all. Back before I broke my head open, I had very little way of knowing that the gods were listening to me or paying any attn. I kept doing it anyways because I got some benefit out of talking to/at them, and I figured it wouldn’t hurt to keep trying.

So I guess my answer to this is “idk bro, it depends” because it does depend. It depends on your communication style with the Unseen. And unfortunately it can take a while to figure that out (if it ever gets figured out at all).

anonymous said:

As'salamu alakum , I'm having trouble praying 5 times a day . :( I just feel soo lazy and not bothered . If it's prayer time I'll say later ,later and later turns into never :( Jazak in advance

Walaikum Assalaam Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu,

Whenever you get a thought about abandoning Salah due to laziness, remember: the importance of salaah:

Ibn Mas`ud (radiallahu anh) reported: I asked the Messenger of Allah (salallahu alayhi wasalam): "Which act is the best?” He (SAW) said, "As-Salat at their fixed times.” I asked, "What next?” He (SAW) said, "Being dutiful to parents.” I asked, "What next?” He (SAW) said, "Striving (Jihad) in the way of Allah.” 
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim]. 

Ibn `Umar (radiallahu anhuma) reported: The Messenger of Allah (salallahu alayhi wasalam) said, "Islam is based on five (pillars): testifying that there is no true god except Allah and that Muhammad (peace be upon him) is His slave and Messenger; performing of Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat); the payment of Zakat; performing Hajj (pilgrimage) to the House [of Allah (Ka`bah)]; and Saum (fasting) during the month of Ramadan.” 
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim]. 

Jabir (radiallahu anh) reported: The Messenger of Allah (salallahu alayhi wa salam) said, "Between a man and kufr (disbelief and paganism) is the abandonment of Salat (prayer).” 

Sunan of Abu-Dawood Hadith 863 Narrated by Abu Hurayrah

He heard that the Prophet of Allah (peace be upon him) said: ‘The first thing about which the people will be called to account out of their actions on the Day of Judgment is Prayer. Our Lord, the Exalted, will say to the Angels - though He knows better: “Look into the prayer of My servant and see whether he has offered it perfectly or imperfectly.” If it is perfect, that will be recorded as perfect. If it is defective, He will say: “See if there are some optional (Sunnah or Nafl) prayers offered by My servant.” If there are optional prayer to his credit, He will say: “Compensate the obligatory prayer by the optional prayer for My servant.” Then all the actions will be considered similarly.’

Think of the innumerable rewards Rewards of Salaah, some are below:

1. “Successful indeed are the Mu-mineen, those who humble themselves in their prayer.”Qur’an 23:1-2 

2. It will become a source of strength and power and will serve as a protection from Shaytan and provide you with stability.

3.“Verily Salah restrains from indecency and evil deeds” Qur’an 29:45 

So, seek guidance and help from Allah for proper and submissive prayer. The Prophet Ibrahim (as) used to make the following du’a: 

“O Lord! Make me and my offspring of those who establish regular Salah. O our Lord, and accept my supplication.” Qur’an 14:40

Here is the dua to seek refuge with Allah from helplessness and laziness

Allahumma innee a’oozhubika minal hammi wal huzn, wal ‘ajzi wal kasal, wal bukhli wal jubn, wadhal ‘iddayni wa ghalabatir-rijaal.

“Oh Allah I seek refuge in you from grief and sadness, from weakness and from laziness, from miserliness and from cowardice, from being overcome by debt and from being overpowered by men (i.e. other people)

(Bukhari, volume 8, Book 75, Number 380)

I hope it will be helpful. May Allah guide us all to the straight path


I’m doing my best to put my entire faith and trust in God and his plan for me. I pray that He can help me to accept the path that He puts me on.

Whenever I put my whole trust in The Lord, I feel loads better (if only for a second or two). No one can make me feel more at my best than Him. I just pray that He helps calm my nerves and make me feel like it’ll all be okay.

I just hope that what happens, is what I want to happen. I pray that He helps all of this go away. And if that’s not possible, then I pray that He helps me to do what is best with my situation.

Deep breaths, trust in God