gordo10bx

likesomebodyswatchingme asked:

As salaam alaikum. I hope you all are well :) So, I have a question, and hopefully it makes sense. If it doesn't, then I'm more than willing to clarify in another message. Could the Prophet (pbuh) have acted or spoken contradictory to the Qur'an? Or more specifically, if there are ahadith that show the Prophet (pbuh) doing or saying something that cannot be explicitly supported by the Qur'an, or is flagrantly opposed to something Allah (swt) states, is there any way that hadith is valid? Thanks!

Peace and infinite blessings dear,

You pose magnificent questions, and I’m glad your inquiries are so deep rooted in complexity and reflection. 

One of the key ideas that Muslims tend to disagree on is this notion of infallibility. In fact, one of my friends Luis has asked me something regarding this notion, and I hope I can clarify it for both you and him. And when I do, it will most definitely help you further understand Muhammad’s character inshaAllah.

Technically, infallibility implies that an entity — or a person — has the potential of making “mistakes,” but doesn’t necessarily make them. The reason why many Muslims believe that Muhammad (or perhaps, even particular individuals in Muhammad’s family) is an infallible character is because this concept helps preserve and protect the message of Quran as well as the deliverer of Quran, which many find extremely important. 

But this notion of “mistakes” in the religion of Islam, or in light of Quranic Text, is not the way in which we necessarily perceive it to be today. We have this very odd way of understanding sin and mistakes, and I’d like to further clarify why it’s so important that we thoroughly define this idea of making mistakes so that we can come to an agreement regarding Muhammad and his character. 

When or if you notice (in surah Naml) the way in which Moses begs before God to forgive him after having done an incident that made him asses that “he has wronged his own soul” (sidenote: you can find further details regarding this scenario on the second page of surah Naml), we notice how Allah responds to his request and forgives him. Later on in the surah, Allah “whitens” the soul of Moses by depleting any sense of injustice or wrongdoing that resides in his guilty conscious. After articulating this whole idea of making mistakes, I’ve come to recognize that Muhammad, just like Moses of Abraham or Noah, are human beings that “make mistakes,” but also quite don’t. 

To sum it up, the fact that one recognizes a “good” decision over a decision that is “bad” is a part of the mechanism associated with taqwa. When one recognizes that he or she has executed a decision that did not turn out well (because of that guilt  feeling we feel deep inside, which is part of our fitra, or natural instinct) and afterward ask Allah for forgiveness, this decision no longer becomes a scab that holds a weight of faulty-ness on our nafs. But when one makes a decision that is displeasing to his/her soul (and one will recognize those actions or decisions that cause that feeling) but is too proud to recognize the “mistake,” it becomes understood as a “thulm,” or wrongdoing (but not because we have made the mistake, but because we have failed to recognize that without calling to Allah for guidance and forgiveness, it becomes a burden on our soul).

Hence, to answer your question, I believe the reason why Muhammad — just like other Prophets mentioned in the Quran — is so successful and wise in the sight of Allah is because they recognize when it is they feel that have “wronged their own soul” (which is a humble way of saying, Allah, take the wheel, for I am not a perfect entity like You). And when they do good and justice, they thank Allah with much revere-ness. 

Therefore, I wouldnt argue the idea that Muhammad has acted or spoken contradictory to the Quran; for if he had, he wouldn’t have been sent to his people “as a warner, or a mercy.” With regards to hadith, if there are any narrations that would argue otherwise, I would humbly suggest to leave them to the side, for Quran is our primary source (in that hadith must compliment the principles of Quran, not the other way around).

God bless. — Dee

gordo10bx replied to your quote: “دره به دره هوای پغمان به دره دسمال یار شوم که…

چه؟ نه مى دانم! (نه مى فهمان…؟)

From valley to valley, Paghman's air in the valley
May I become my beloved’s handkerchief so that the wind may take me
So that the wind may take me, take me toward my beloved
So that my head may rest in her lap and sleep may take me.  

(*نه فهمیدم, btw)

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    lower your mind gaze austin! hahah

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    OMG HAHHAHA NOOOoo

hahaha I’m gonna die laughing now, everytime I see a hijabi I’m gonna picture two pigtails protruding out of the top of her head, like they ripped through the scarf because they’re too big LOL. 

I couldn't have asked for a better Eid, Alhamdullilah.

Luis picked me up this morning and we went to the Masjid. It was so packed and so, so hot. Areej and family were there and it was so good to see them. After we went to Areej’s house and ate, and ate, and, you guessed it, ate. Lol. I gave Luis and Areej their Eid presents too. Luis went to Jumuah and us girls stayed home. Areej and I got to talk and then we all prayed together. When Luis got back with some of the guys Areej’s mom and I got to crochet! She taught me how to make granny squares. Insha’Allah I remember how to make them so I can show her a blanket or something next time I see her.

I still have the rest of the day, which I’m not sure what I’m going to do, but I know it will be good. I hope everyone else had a great day and a great Eid (Eid Mubarak!). :]

korakaghaz said: OMG ME NEITHER whatever it’s THE FAKE EID no1curr (jk jk jk but not really astaghz)

omgg exactly, I can’t even tbh liek I’ll just get a new jacket or something or wait until I get some eid money.


gordo10bx said: me either…but i think i’m gonna wear one of the thawbs that i bought in Madinah in March that I haven’t worn since. lol.

well sorry some of us don’t have thawbs saved ok lol just kidding, yeah I’m just gonna wear my clothes from last Eid. 

theharaamprincess said: rock the old stuff and call it *vintage*

omg is that what the cool kids do now? I can’t even. I’ll wear a cute owl pin and a cool hipster feather and some cool vinatge shoes tbh


brownnippleafficionada said: i do but theyre hideous so ur probs better off bunbun

omg we can be cool exotic vintage king/queens together and NO YOU ALWAYS LOOK FAB JUST STOP IM GONNA CRY