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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2019 01:09
Great explanation. I think people have given ayat e karima some unauthentic tags as well. From what I learnt, ayat e karima is simply istaghfar and acknowledgement of Allah. The more we repent, the better it is for our soul and overall life.

Unauthentic tag, a word coined by me a few moments back :), means people make it (ayat e karima) look like a magic pill. Since intention plays an important role, people can even use Quran verses to harm others. Does that mean the problem lies with the words of God? Absolutely not.

It is people's intention that gives meaning to things. The same holds true for ayat e karima.
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2019 06:18
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Sorry brother Abdur Rahman,I could not answer your question about ‘tanzeehi asma’ then...

But I am sorry once again because I am unable to translate the word ‘tanzeehi’ into English even today :(

Simply put,those are tha asma pointing towards qualities of Allah swt that denotes what Allah is NOT,like say Allah have no body,Allah is beyond time, space, form and shape etc. In Urdu: اللہ پاک ہے or something similar.

But I must thank you for your prescription of astaghfar,MashaAllah,as most of us need astghfar more than other azkar these days. جزاک اللہ احسن الجزاء
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 1st August 2019 16:50
ALIF wrote:
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Tanzeehi could be called transcending in english.
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