Islam constantly thinking that you have let yourself go?

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Islam constantly thinking that you have let yourself go?

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh Dear brothers and sisters.

I have had the problem for 1/2 months that I often think that I have vented during prayer or wudu, but I smell and hear nothing. It's just a feeling.

Has anyone had this before or knows a solution?



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The Ulema have derived from a hadith narrated in Bukhari and Muslim, among countless others, a very important and useful principle: "Doubt should not remove certainty" and we should trust ourselves and follow the rule Alhamdulillah. The Prophet (peace be upon him) taught us not to interrupt our prayer just because we think we have caught wind, because the mere thought does not interrupt the wudu. However, if we hear a sound or smell something, then our wudu is interrupted. If we are not sure, hBut we have two ways to assess the situation: by smelling or hearing. If we do not perceive both, our wudu remains valid and we can continue our prayer without interruption. Secondly, it may sometimes be that you have let wind without hearing a sound or without finding a smell, but you are undoubtedly sure that you have let wind. Then your wudu is broken.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-QEZzfPp60

Declaration of principle:

So if you're not sure you've lost wudoo, then you're sure you've got wudoo but doubt you've lost wudoo. Here you leave the doubt. If you do not have wudoo and have doubts whether you have done wudoo for prayer, then here you have certainty that you do not have wudoo but doubts that you have done wudoo. Here you leave the doubt. I hope that was understandable, Insha Allah.



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Even thereFarting is regulated in Islam :)).



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When God gave respect you were probably in the chip shop.



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I know very well what respect means. That's why I don't need a goettl. Instructions.



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Looks like this ๐Ÿ˜‚



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This has nothing to do with respect, it's just Mohamed's constraints.



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According to you atheists, what you haven't seen with your own eyes is true, right?

So no demons, angels, etc. either.

So your non-existent brains too? ๐Ÿง 

MufG. Kemalist188ยน



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I am an atheist? I didn't know that until now, thanks for the info.

Well, we know that people have brains, I've actually seen some. And without a brain you couldn't exist, that's also known, why don't you know something like that?right?

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You don't have your own brain with your own eyes, you smartass.



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Yes, I saw my own brain, you smartass. In the MRI.

If you also have a CD of Allah, I believe you ๐Ÿ˜‚



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Have you ripped your fictitious brain out of your skull and looked at it?

Wouldn't work either since your fictitious brain is connected to your eyes.



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Oh man, you're even weaker mentally than you thought. Maybe you'll think about it again, one day wasn't enough.

Nobody has to rip their brains out to look at it, you're stuck somewhere.

That's because you follow a primitive camel herder who lived and chatted many years ago.

The thing about the MRI threw you off guard, you didn't expect that ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

There wantedHe once made clever speeches and then that ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ



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No, you mean that what you haven't seen with your own eyes doesn't exist either, so your fictional brain doesn't exist either because you've never really seen the original.



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Yes, I saw it with my own eyes, with what other eyes? I won't lend Mr. anyone for it.

Sure it's my original brain, I only have the one.

So please?



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Have you ripped your brain out of your skull and looked at it without a video or something similar?



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Look here.



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Please do not use this scholar as a source.



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If it's like you say, ignore it. But if you intentionally... and there is no sound or smell you have to repeat wudu



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Yes, it's normal, everyone thinks so, but as long as you don't hear or smell it, you can continue to pray

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