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  • Muslimah1210
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    ASalamualaikum wr wb,

    my baba is da bestttttttttttttttttt hehe

    every day I spend atleast 5 hours wid him...well just not him wid da whole family...Allahmdulilllah.

    me daddy's darling daughter

    walaikum salaam wr wb.

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  • ~Stanley~
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    Originally posted by faqir
    Stanley, I have no idea what you are talking about.
    Does Anybody? really?

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  • faqir
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    Stanley, I have no idea what you are talking about.

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  • simplicity
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    i have a good relationship with my dad. but as i grow older, it's harder to talk to him. nevertheless, i'm still close to him. alhamdulillah.
    baba? papa? daddy? abu?
    lol. i call him father in my ethnic language.

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  • ~Stanley~
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    Originally posted by ~Stanley~
    Hello faqir, I began reading your post, read all of " .......~...........",
    and stopped to respond at the quote above. .......~..........
    I know what I state above could be construed as controversial but,
    it is my perception and interpretation of what I gleaned from reading the story.

    I would like to make a comment about the above "apology, in advance".
    Since my return, I have been 'walking on eggshells' in my postings and
    it was pointed out to me that I have been offering an "apology, in advance" .




    For this, I sincerely apologize, in advance :)

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  • _NOra_*Sanfora*
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    i luv daddy :inlove: baba ... ya cheeky haha i dont call him abu eithr :eek2:

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  • ~Stanley~
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    Originally posted by faqir
    From the Desk of Nazim Baksh
    http://www.ihyafoundation.com/index....=nazim_baksh/1

    Making Men Out Of Boys
    Hello faqir, I began reading your post, read all of " .......~...........",
    and stopped to respond at the quote above.

    I am not a father, will never be a father in the biological sense.
    But the premise of the text you provided is about influence in a young boy's life,
    in shaping the development of his life and livelihood.

    I have other feelings regarding the glorification and ramifications of: " legendary in Islamic history "
    In my mind, wisdom would have decided that what was in the boys best interest is learning from his biological father, and if Muhammad was so inclined, provide for schooling and work for the father if needed.
    That act would have strengthened the bond between father & son much more than the separating of a family due to influence and power.

    If a beggar, is also a father, is He less of a father, begging for alms or food to provide for his family?

    I know what I state above could be construed as controversial but,
    it is my perception and interpretation of what I gleaned from reading the story.

    In fact, this posts contents dove-tails nicely with a song I just posted down in the POEM section.
    It's title is: Invisible people~time~no new messages

    When you say:
    We must include actions and motives for these results in our society today.
    A struggling farmer, with a wife and nine sons ...
    A Wallstreet Banker, a wife, a mistress and one son, sent away for training ...

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  • *IslamicGirl*
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    :start:


    :salams


    I love my dad, he is the best :D

    when i ws ill yday he got me medicine and made me tea :inlove:
    awww


    hooray for dads! :ahb:

    :salams

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  • EstabrrQ
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    i love my father very much .. ;) Alhamdullilah ..
    i call him Yuba .. >> it's arabic word<<

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  • MG
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    Originally posted by Salman Al-Farsi
    One of the brothers I know, call his father 'Popsy'.
    His father is pretty old hitting 80, I keep telling him it doesnt sound nice but his dad likes it too.

    At times he says Popsy Jee
    that is jus too funny bro!!! lol!!

    im suffer from laughing hysteria at the slightest thing and if i had to hear someone calling their father "popsy" (to make it worse he adds on a "jee"!) i would have to laugh every single time!

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  • slmz :)
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    Originally posted by slmz :)


    Mwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
    ( TO MY DAD THAT IS) *AHEM*

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  • slmz :)
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    Alhamdullillah I Have A Gr8 Relationship Wid Y Baba... Hes Always Da 1 Encoriging Me To My Y Wrk Nd The Best That I Can!!! Wot Eva I Dcide To Do Or B In The Future I No Hell B There 4 Me! Alhamdullillah I Love My Dad!


    Mwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

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  • Salman Al-Farsi
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    One of the brothers I know, call his father 'Popsy'.
    His father is pretty old hitting 80, I keep telling him it doesnt sound nice but his dad likes it too.

    At times he says Popsy Jee

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  • Ebony
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    Originally posted by muslim girl
    have u no shame woman??


    joke sis
    :p

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  • MG
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    Originally posted by Ebony
    well, i dnt care wt ppl think, i (and my brothers) still call my father daddy (yes also in public!) :D
    have u no shame woman??


    joke sis

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