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Re: Identities in The Quran: Muhsineen / Ha-Siin-Nun
« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2016, 08:19:32 AM »
 indeed excellent work ..

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« Reply #11 on: September 16, 2016, 10:49:22 AM »
Salam and sorry for the delayed response,

You're all welcome, May God Guide us to do good and continue to..

Below I have simplified deeds/act that link to muhsineen, this may help

The muhsin (singular of Al Muhsineen) is one who performs good deeds. Such good deeds may include but not limited to:

?   Spend in God?s cause (2:195).
?   Make provisions for the ones you divorced even if you didn?t touch them (for men 2:236).
?   Spend in good times and in hardship, control their anger and forgives people (3:134).
?   Do good to parents, relatives, orphans and the needy and neighbours, and friends and the wayfarer and those whom you rightfully possess (4:36).
?   Greet each other with better or alike greetings (4:86).
?   Forgives those who break pledge (5:13).
?   Do acts as you wish provided they are righteous and you?re God conscious (5:93).
?   Do not associate anything with God, do good to parents, don?t kill your children for fear of poverty, don?t commit any shameful deeds openly or secretly, nor take another persons life (6:151).
?   Don?t come close to orphans money, except to do good (i.e. protect it 6:152 Also see 17:34).
?   Call on God, don?t spread corruption (7:56).
?   Salat (prayer is a good deed ? 11:114).
?   Be patient (11:115).
?   Call unto God with good and debate in kind and good manners (16:125).
?   Serve God and do good to parents (17:23).
?   Be just with all your dealings (17:35).
?   Speak in a kind manner (17:53).
?   Do good unto others and don?t spread corruption (28:77).
?   Show kindness to parents (29: 8 ).
?   Do not argue with the followers of earlier revelation other than in a most kindly manner (29:46).
?   Strive in the cause of God (29:69).
?   Calls unto God, is just and righteous and says I am of the muslimeen (the ones who surrender themselves to God ? 41:33).
?   Love your fellowmen (42:23).
?   Do good to parents (46:15).
?   Spend in the cause of God (57:10).
We all have blind spots.
Follow your heart but take your brain with you.
ambiguity is there for a reason, why do you think?
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Re: Identities in The Quran: Muhsineen / Ha-Siin-Nun
« Reply #12 on: September 17, 2016, 11:10:19 AM »
Salam and sorry for the delayed response,

You're all welcome, May God Guide us to do good and continue to..

Below I have simplified deeds/act that link to muhsineen, this may help

The muhsin (singular of Al Muhsineen) is one who performs good deeds. Such good deeds may include but not limited to:

?   Spend in God?s cause (2:195).
?   Make provisions for the ones you divorced even if you didn?t touch them (for men 2:236).
?   Spend in good times and in hardship, control their anger and forgives people (3:134).
?   Do good to parents, relatives, orphans and the needy and neighbours, and friends and the wayfarer and those whom you rightfully possess (4:36).
?   Greet each other with better or alike greetings (4:86).
?   Forgives those who break pledge (5:13).
?   Do acts as you wish provided they are righteous and you?re God conscious (5:93).
?   Do not associate anything with God, do good to parents, don?t kill your children for fear of poverty, don?t commit any shameful deeds openly or secretly, nor take another persons life (6:151).
?   Don?t come close to orphans money, except to do good (i.e. protect it 6:152 Also see 17:34).
?   Call on God, don?t spread corruption (7:56).
?   Salat (prayer is a good deed ? 11:114).
?   Be patient (11:115).
?   Call unto God with good and debate in kind and good manners (16:125).
?   Serve God and do good to parents (17:23).
?   Be just with all your dealings (17:35).
?   Speak in a kind manner (17:53).
?   Do good unto others and don?t spread corruption (28:77).
?   Show kindness to parents (29: 8 ).
?   Do not argue with the followers of earlier revelation other than in a most kindly manner (29:46).
?   Strive in the cause of God (29:69).
?   Calls unto God, is just and righteous and says I am of the muslimeen (the ones who surrender themselves to God ? 41:33).
?   Love your fellowmen (42:23).
?   Do good to parents (46:15).
?   Spend in the cause of God (57:10).
walaikumsalam

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Re: Identities in The Quran: Muhsineen / Ha-Siin-Nun
« Reply #13 on: September 18, 2016, 01:15:45 AM »
ok great, hope you all benefit
We all have blind spots.
Follow your heart but take your brain with you.
ambiguity is there for a reason, why do you think?
We're all different, so how can we all be equal?