cynicalidealiist  asked:

what do you think of the pluto in sagittarius generation?

The Pluto in Sagittarius generation refers to a group of people born from 1995-2008. These individuals are highly absorbed in spiritual pursuits, exploration, travel, and culture. Intelligence is an inherent characteristic, a terrific intuition and awareness of the higher mind. Higher education, particularly through university and revisiting philosophy and ancient religion are typically emphasised. There is a secular component to Pluto in Sagittarius people. They are not so much religiously ordained as spiritually hungry, that which entails indulgence in all forms of teaching and personalised learning. There is an appreciation for globalisation, so for the individual to relish with an ease of contacting people and information from all parts of the world online and through efficient travel is a reflection of an appreciation for the times.

Pluto in Sagittarius people look toward the future, typically with a great prophetic vision. This also generates political activism, although this may be individualised, and at times repulsion, considering the threats of climate change, nature atrophy, and the extinction of wildlife, there can be a tremendous fear and trepidation. These people are currently locked out of the housing market and likely forced to rent, a theme probable to continue. This relates to the Sagittarius nomad, that which finds no home or source of centre but the self. Enthusiasm for life is rich with Pluto in Sagittarius people. There is a luminescence, a unity of languages, and cultures, and dance, and beliefs. These people are fascinating adventurers and experimenters, models of solo action, and they may use hallucinogens as a tool of expansion or delight. The shadows of Pluto in Scorpio hung in the air as Pluto in Sagittarius was coming into life. And they were born of light, a sort of candle after the darkness, they have learned from the Pluto in Scorpios, and gathered much wisdom, their pilgrimage is only just beginning, the Gods are laughing

Gift your children with the gift of Quran and understanding of this beautiful religion.✨ - The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “The best among you (Muslims) are those who learn the Qur'an and teach it.” Sahih al-Bukhari 5027: Book 66, Hadith 49

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

🎓👑 Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (عليه السلام)

. The Holy Prophet (ﷺ) said to Jabir ibn Abdullah al-Ansari (رحمه الله): ❝O Jabir! You will visit one of my progeny from the lineage of Hussain (عليه السلام), whose name is my own. He will discover sciences and explain facts. When you meet him, convey my greetings to him.❞

🔖  Al-Fusulul Muhimmah

. Ibn Abil Hadid said ❝Imam Baqir (عليه السلام) was the greatest jurisprudent in Hijaz. The people learned jurisprudence from him and his son Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام). He was titled ‘Baqirul ‘Ulum’ (the splitter of knowledge). When he was not yet born, the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) gave him this title and asked Jabir ibn Abdullah al-Ansari (رحمه الله) to convey his greetings upon him.❞

🔖 Al-Bidayah wan Nahayah


. Sheikh al-Mufid (رحمه الله) said ❝Some traditions are narrated from Imam Abu Ja’far (عليه السلام) about the beginning of the creation of the world, the history of the Prophets ( عليهم السلام), wars, conducts, traditions and Hajj rituals from the Prophet (ﷺ) as well as Qur’an exegesis by general and specific narrators. He had debates with some of the dissidents and deviant opinion makers. People have narrated various sciences from him.❞

🔖 Al-‘Irshad

. Abul Fida said ❝Abu-Ja’far Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Hussain ibn Ali ibn Abu Talib (عليه السلام) was the son of Imam Zainulabedin (عليه السلام) and the grandson of Imam Hussain (عليه السلام), who was martyred in Karbala. He was called al-Baqir because he split knowledge and deducted the rules. He was a humble and patient person from the Prophet’s (ﷺ) family. He was lofty and famous. He was aware of the dangers. He wept a lot (from fear of Allah) and avoided enmity and controversy.❞

🔖 Al-Bidayah wan Nahayah

. Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام) said ❝ My father, Imam Baqir (عليه السلام), was always praying to Allah (ﷻ) and on occasions when I walked with him I noticed that he prayed as he walked. He was constantly worshipping Allah, during meals, at services with people and he used to urge us to recite Qur’an.❞

🔖 Al-Anwar al-Bahiyah


. Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام) said ❝Whenever my father, Imam Baqir (عليه السلام) instructed his servants to do something, he would supervise them and if he saw they had difficulty in performing it, he tried to help them.❞

🔖 Al-Anwar al-Bahiyah

. . Abdullah ibn Ata said ❝ I never saw scholars and scientists honour and venerate anyone as much as they did with Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (عليه السلام). For example, whenever Hakam ibn Utaybah, who was one of the most prominent scholars of the time, met the Imam, he behaved so respectfully as if an elementary pupil behaves towards his teacher.❞

🔖  Al-Anwar al-Bahiyah

. Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام) said ❝ My father Imam Baqir (عليه السلام) wept when supplicating in the middle of the night and called Almighty Allah (ﷻ), “You ordered me, but I did not obey. You prohibited me, but I did not avoid. So I am Your servant before You and I have no excuse.❞

🔖 Kashful Ghummah


. Aflah, the servant of Imam Baqir (عليه السلام) said ❝ I went to Hajj with the Imam. When we entered Masjid al-Haram, he looked at the Kaabah and wept loudly. I told him ❝ May my parents be sacrificed for you! People are looking at you. I wish you wept more quietly. Then Imam replied ❝ Woe be on you! Why should I not weep? Perphaps Almighty Allah (ﷻ) will have mercy on me and save me in the Hereafter! Then he performed Tawaf and then prayed before standing in the place of Prophet Ibrahim (عليه السلام). When he raised his head after sajdah, the earth was wept beneath his forehead.❞

🔖 Kashful Ghummah


. Imam Baqir (عليه السلام) said to his companion Jabir: ❝O Jabir I am worried and upset.❞ Jabir said “Why are you worried and upset?❞ The Imam replied ❝O Jabir! When the religion is deeply placed in one’s heart, it engages him with Allah (ﷻ) and separates from anything other than the Almighty. O Jabir! This world is not as worthy as a horse you ride, a cloth you wear or a wife you meet in privacy. O Jabir! The believers do not trust the world and do not consider themselves away from death and the Hereafter. What they hear in the world does not distract them from Allah’s remembrance.

The luxuries of the world do not distract them from seeing Allah’s light; they will be bestowed the reward of the good-doers. The pious people have the least expenses and are the best helpers for you. If you forget, they remind you of Allah. If you remember Allah, they help you. Their tongues utter the truth about Allah. They establish Allah’s orders. Their affection is purely for Allah; their hearts are full of His love.

In obeying their real Owner, they fear the world. And they consider such conduct as their duty. The pious see the world like a transient house that should be left soon, or like a property that is earned in dream, but does not exist in reality. Attempt in maintaining Allah’s religion and wisdom!❞

🔖 Kashful Ghummah


. Hasan ibn Kathir said ❝ I told Imam Baqir (عليه السلام) about my financial need and my two friends’ indifference about it. The Imam said ❝ How bad are the friends who attend to us when we are wealthy but leave us in need.❞ Then he ordered this servant to give me a bag of seven hundred dinars and said ❝ Spend this money and let me know whenever it is finished.❞

🔖 Bihar al Anwar


. Soliman ibn Qaram said ❝ Imam Abu Ja’far al-Baqir (عليه السلام) granted us five or six hundred or even sometimes one thousand dirhams and he never got tired of giving alms to the requesters and brothers.❞

🔖 Bihar al Anwar


. Salma, a female slave of Imam Baqir (عليه السلام) said ❝ Everyone who came to visit the Imam was fed and received clothes and money. Once I asked the Imam to help the requesters less but he said ❝ The best goodness in the world is charity one’s Muslim brothers.❞

🔖 Kashful Ghummah


. Muhammad ibn Munkadir said ❝ I did not think Ali ibn Hussain (عليه السلام) would have a successor just like himself until I saw his son Muhammad (عليه السلام). I was going to preach to him but he preached to me instead. He was asked ❝ How did he preach to you?❞ Muhammad ibn Munkadir replied ❝ I had gone to them outskirts of Medina during the hottest time of the day when I saw Muhammad ibn Ali – who was a corpulent man – leaning over his two servants. I thought it is a wonder what a nobleman from Quraish has come out in the hot weather for worldly desires. I am going to preach to him. I went towards him and his greeted me sweating and panting. I said to him ❝A Quraish nobleman has come out for worldly reasons in this hot hour? How would you answer Allah’s (ﷻ) reckoning if your death comes to you in such a state?❞ The Imam replied ❝By Allah that if my death comes in this state then I die obedient to Almighty Allah. I am working so that I am not dependent upon you and others. I should fear that my death comes while committing sins.❞ Muhammad ibn Munkadir said ❝May Allah bless you! I was going to preach to you, but you preached to me instead!❞

🔖 Bihar al Anwar

The Prophet ﷺ said:

“Verily the magnitude of reward is in accordance to the magnitude of tribulation. Verily when Allah loves a people, He tests them with tribulations. Whoever is pleased [with the decree of Allah] then for him is [Allah’s] pleasure; whoever is displeased [with the decree of Allah] then for him is the displeasure of Allah.“

(Tirmidhi 2296, Ibn Majah 4031, Musnad Ahmad 23623)- Tirmidhi declared the Hadith sound (hasan)

Sahih Muslim, The Book of Prayer - Travellers Book 6, Hadith 314

Narrated ‘Abu Darda’ reported Allah’s Apostle () as saying:
Is any one of you incapable of reciting a third of the Qur'an in a night? They (the Companions) asked: How could one recite a third of the Qur'an (in a night)? Upon this he (the Holy Prophet) said:“ He is Allah, One” (Qur'An. cxii.) is equivalent to a third of the Qur'an.

Sahih Muslim, The Book of Prayer - Travellers, Hadith 314/378

Indeed! Du’aa’ is very important. It can change the Divine decree and relieve distress. It is beneficial with regard to what has been decreed and what has not been decreed. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Nothing can change the Divine decree except du’aa’. (Narrated by Ahmad, 5/677; Ibn Maajah, 90; al-Tirmidhi, 139. Classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 76687. See also al-Saheehah, 145)

anonymous asked:

Love your HP!Riverdale drawing. What are your headcanons for the core four at Hogwarts??? Like their blood status or family history etc

(drawing here: x

sorry for the slow response, i hadn’t really thought that far into it so i had to sit on it for a bit. but after a little bit of meditating on headcanons…

i’ve always thought that post-harry, hogwarts would’ve become a place that was less divisive between the houses. that was something the sorting hat always warned about, so in the later years, there would be a lot more socializing between houses and a lot of friend groups would be a wide variety of students. 

but specifically, to the characters…

betty: hufflepuff. i think the coopers would def be a pureblood family, ostensibly ones who have run the daily prophet for centuries, so betty has to deal with the expectation to be a perfect witch to live up to the old family name and job. she started the “blue and gold” hogwarts newspaper and calls it that as a reference to the two that run it (a hufflepuff/gold, and a ravenclaw/blue).

jughead: ravenclaw. i think the jones were a very old pureblood family, but FP married a muggle and was disowned. when marrying for love didn’t work out, he became very mistrustful and bitter about both the wizarding and muggle world and was fired from his job doing security at gringotts after attacking a muggle while drunk. jellybean and his mother were both muggles, so jughead felt like he couldn’t go live with his mother because he was worried she’d be afraid of him after his father magically lashed out. so he’s been living above flourish & blotts while working for them during the summers. 

archie: gryffindor. but i’d say that archie is probably muggle-born, and torn between the fact that his father had expected him to work in the family muggle business and now wants to pursue a magical career/life. his father is supportive, but doesn’t begin to understand the magical world, so it does create tension. 

veronica: slytherin. i’d say she’s a half-blood, like harry. her father would’ve been a muggle-born and very desperate to prove himself, whereas hermione was a pureblood witch, though not from one so prejudiced. when her father was caught embezzling from the ministry, hermione wanted to move to france with veronica to avoid scandal/veronica to go to beauxbatons, but veronica didn’t want to be so far away from her father, so she went to hogwarts. 

god hp headcanons are so fun!! i wish i could just will the fics into existence. sigh

(other hp stuff, or riverdale x hp stuff here: 1, 2)

a disciple at starbucks sips her latte and speaks

it’s only a prison
if you call it so
thus say the lords
of self and mine
your will might be done
saith prophet a
if only you could believe
in the nonsense of belief
use your feet to talk
use your mouth to walk
he says in another passage
in the commentary we find:
know this–seek nothing, find all
(treasure maps on sale
in the lobby) for to all
the glory of Smug has been given
just get off your ass
and do as your told

potential new friend: hey!!! 

me: okay dont be Fucking weird dont fuck up just be cool okay i can do thi-


me: (. F U CK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111)

anonymous asked:

Please look up Caravaggio - Flagellation of Christ (1607). Look me in the eye and tell me those abs don't make you thirsty........................................ That's what I thought. Jesus being a thot CONFIRMED!


And try not to get phreaky with christianity’s prophet while there, i beg you

(Also i only like women whoops so no thirst for meeeee)

The Muslim is always asking his Lord to help him to give thanks to Him, because were it not for Allah’s helping His slave, he would not be able to give thanks. Hence it is prescribed in the saheeh Sunnah (authentic prophetic teachings) to ask for help from Allah to give thanks to Him.
It was narrated from Mu’aadh ibn Jabal that the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) took his hand and said: “O Mu’aadh, by Allah I love you, by Allah I love you.” Then he said, “I advise you, O Mu’aadh, do not fail following every prayer to say: O Allah help me to remember You, thank You and worship You properly.” Narrated by Abu Dawood and al-Nasaa’i .

Indeed Prayer is a mercy that Allaah has enjoined upon us by His bounty and kindness. The one who adheres to it and prays regularly and properly will see the bounty of Allaah to us which He has decreed for us and will understand that the one who is truly deprived is the one who deprives himself of the joy of contact with Allaah, may He be exalted.
It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
“Prayer is the best of prescribed things, so the one who is able to do a lot of it, let him do a lot of it.”
Narrated by al-Tabaraani (1/84); classed as saheeh (authentic) by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Targheeb (390).