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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Sharing the y/our {whose} [[thn/]] love of God. A learning curve regression followed by self correcting, self educating, collaboratively self governing people. Making sure no one could reasonably misunderstand, or get sick, or get hurt.

After wanting to kiss the hand of whom correlated strongly with whom and whose own life on the plane Wednesday, but being politely declined, who [[thn/]] kissed the hand of which of our Imam and touched it to the right of whose own ‘third eye’ on the forehead.

[Only now does who remember being corrected once before about kissing brother’s on the hand because it might be reasonably be confused with kising the ring of the pope. But perhaps that’s why who placed the hand to whose forhead the way who places whose own hand to whose own forehead when making a greeting to remind whom of whose prayers and whose sibling.}

Then today, Juma, who else, a well known friend, kissed the third eye of which or our “spare” Imam {Calipha}, without first asking permission. And that might have been reasonably misunderstood, so who {Calipha} [[thn/]] repented that by returning and going through the greeting again without the kiss on the third eye occuring that time.

Then who {Calipha} came to me and faced in the oppsite direction of qibla. {Oh, xref: ‘qibla’ being translated as ‘kiss’ by translate.google.com}

That reminded me of what who (a Pakistani brother) had taught me, and who else (Brother Calipha), regarding when who could perhaps be reasonably misunderstood – then to remind them where qibla is.

{Only now at this time of writing does who realize he correlation with whom (brother Abassy) earlier walking like to offer a hug, but perhaps reminding whom of penguins…}

In an effort to guide bother Calipha back toward qibla, who (me) said, “Qibla goes all the way around,”

That’s the second time I’ve made the error of saying the qibla “goes all the way around,” This time, a brother was kind enough to correct me with his hand by placing it at a right angle on the mosque floor ahead and to the right of the qibla I was on while I was praying to remind me qiblas merge and become tawaf.

So, who made dawa prayer while making a suna salat and repented by saying “Qiblas come from all around, but qiblas do not go all the way around,”

There is only one spot on earth where every direction you face is qibla.

In Makka, tawaf around the kaba is poof not every direction you can face is qibla in Makkah.

Qibla does not go all the way around. Qibla cannot go through the Kab’bah.

There are qibla lines any where you go on earth, but they do not go all the way around.

Sharing the y/our {whose} [[thn/]] love of God. A learning curve regression followed by self correcting, self educating, collaboratively self governing people. Making sure no one could reasonably misunderstand, or get sick, or get hurt.

PS Likewise who should have offered to trundle the food to where the brothers would be eating it after Maughreb, instead of eating first, who (Brother Abraham)

And when you said to stop putting the matress under the tree to take a nap after Asar prayer, who (Brother Abassy) [thnk/] – perhaps you were asking for a supreme court decision regarding that; xref: @icourt.

The important thing is that whose intention is not to harm, and who tries to probe whose own behavior to make sure it is for the sake of Allah

Those who may be using false short cuts, but not maliciously, should be pardoned when who has knowledge of that is placed in a position of authority which has the power of pardon.

Only Allah can forgive sin in Islam, but when a respected Imam accepts whose repentance, is that not like a pardon?

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