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  • Juwairiyyah
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    Originally posted by sajid View Post
    What if Internet is real life for someone and offline is just an escape like the other way around :hypnotysed:
    It's 2020...the Internet is real life. There's really no separation anymore tbh.

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  • detached soul
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    Originally posted by sajid View Post
    What if Internet is real life for someone and offline is just an escape like the other way around :hypnotysed:
    Reverse ideology......i like it!

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  • LaylaAb
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    Originally posted by neelu View Post
    I wasn't lonely when I first started using ummah forum, but I've had to deal with a lot of loneliness since becoming ill as most of my "IRL" friends disappeared from my life- almost none of them came to visit and I stopped getting phone calls from them several years ago. On average I had a visitor pop round maybe once in six months to see how I was doing and that was it- now I don't even get that.

    Having said that, I feel my situation has given me the best possible preparation for the lockdown. I'm pretty much housebound anyway, so used to not going out and used to not getting visitors. In a lot of ways, things are very business as usual as the past 10 years have been pretty much involuntary quarantine for me. In fact I find it amusing all those snowflakes crying because they can't go to the pub, their friends can't come round and they can't go outside. Maybe if I were younger and had my health I'd be upset like them, but now I'm like welcome to my world and stop being such a cry baby.
    Thank you for sharing this. I will always remember your story to not ever treat someone I know like this if they were to get sick.

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  • sajid
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    What if Internet is real life for someone and offline is just an escape like the other way around :hypnotysed:

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  • neelu
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    I wasn't lonely when I first started using ummah forum, but I've had to deal with a lot of loneliness since becoming ill as most of my "IRL" friends disappeared from my life- almost none of them came to visit and I stopped getting phone calls from them several years ago. On average I had a visitor pop round maybe once in six months to see how I was doing and that was it- now I don't even get that.

    Having said that, I feel my situation has given me the best possible preparation for the lockdown. I'm pretty much housebound anyway, so used to not going out and used to not getting visitors. In a lot of ways, things are very business as usual as the past 10 years have been pretty much involuntary quarantine for me. In fact I find it amusing all those snowflakes crying because they can't go to the pub, their friends can't come round and they can't go outside. Maybe if I were younger and had my health I'd be upset like them, but now I'm like welcome to my world and stop being such a cry baby.

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  • ABDEL-ATHEEM
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    Originally posted by LaylaAb View Post

    walaikum salam

    It was typo, sorry.

    wa iyyakum
    Sister their is no need to say sorry because you did nothing wrong.

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  • sajid
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    One may have a lot of friends online but non offline

    likewise
    One may have a lot of friends offline but non online

    Depends on what people think their main reality is online or offline

    do i make sense? I think i even confused myself too!

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  • LaylaAb
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    Originally posted by ABDEL-ATHEEM View Post
    Jazaaki ALLAHU Khayraan Katheeraan for your excellent duaa ma shaa ALLAH. Aameen!

    Would you please tell me in shaa ALLAH what does QU stand for ?

    Assalamu Alaykom Sister LaylaAb
    walaikum salam

    It was typo, sorry.

    wa iyyakum

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  • notEVOLVED
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    Originally posted by Faith reloaded 2 View Post

    You are a man who plans ahead. Very good, it’s important to plan and be responsible and be prepared for the unforeseen
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  • ABDEL-ATHEEM
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    Originally posted by LaylaAb View Post
    QU

    May Allah Grant you a pious wife that will be a coolness to your eyes and brings you great joy. ameen!
    Jazaaki ALLAHU Khayraan Katheeraan for your excellent duaa ma shaa ALLAH. Aameen!

    Would you please tell me in shaa ALLAH what does QU stand for ?

    Assalamu Alaykom Sister LaylaAb

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  • LaylaAb
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    Originally posted by ABDEL-ATHEEM View Post

    Assalamu Alaykom

    Where I live in America they are practical no muslims to talk to, so I come here to be part of a muslim ummah in shaa ALLAH and yes I live a lonely life all by myself.. I am so lonely that I wish to have to a chaste muminah wife in shaa ALLAH even if she naggs me 24/7 about buy me this and buy me that, I really do not mind. in shaa ALLAH i will just tell my future wife everything is out of stock due to corona virus hoarding, so I can not buy you anything. Really I would be glad to fully support my future housewife with in reason in shaa ALLAH.
    QU

    May Allah Grant you a pious wife that will be a coolness to your eyes and brings you great joy. ameen!

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  • Bayna3
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    Sure, why not

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Are we all introverts here ..hmmm

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  • salafi7
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    lol

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  • Al-Mualim
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    Originally posted by ABDEL-ATHEEM View Post

    I want to get married this year in shaa ALLAH.
    In Sha ALLAH!

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