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There has been mentioned salat at fajr, noon and night which according to quran there are 3 times and also 4 times but I haven’t seen exact refer to 5times!
But I believe the most important question should be why holly quran hasn’t said anything about how you pray salat!
Most and actually all of answers I’ve seen are same ( because god doesn’t tell details and subjects are described most in general
But I would love to ask these people haven’t you seen all those perfect and exact details about many many things in holy Quran about how to do (vozu, about women’s rights in marriage, in society, heritage and all those details about that and much more other similar details!)
And yet they believe God didn’t want to go to details of one of the most important parts of religion?!!
Don’t they think in the great creation of allah which nothing not even falling a single leaf of tree isn’t out of his look and mercy how could something this important fall out ?!!! Or let it to humans hands to tell?!
I believe ( and it’s my believe) as same as whole amazing creation of God which everything has an exact purpose and there is logic reason for every move, act and fact in our world and the whole creation,
So there has to be a clear and important reason for that ( beside just “god didn’t want to go to details!”)
And I believe ( this is my believe) god had and has purpose for that and although praying in same way brings unity between muslims but it doesn’t mean pray to god in other ways (as long as it’s from deep in our hearts with love to god) would never be rejected from god just because we didn’t pray in exact same way which Quran hasn’t said anything about that and there isn’t any description for the way we should pray
Because (again as I believe) god is way greater than hat and although for average parts of society and for keeping the unity and more important because people mostly go after details and tons of rules ( which most of them are created by them!)
To make them able to cheat and bend those rules for their benefits!
Such as unbelievable funny things which some of muslim tribes believe if you didn’t do your prays in your lifetime and even if yo are dead you can pay and buy your prays by paying someone to pray as you!!!!!!
And this is way different than paying to people to pray “to and for “you this is exactly about buying all those salats you didnt done !
For love of god let’s believe god didn’t create us to make trades with us and the only important thing in front of him would be our purity, kindness to other people, and in one word be a good person
Like that story in holy Quran about a shepherd who was praying in some kind of words and way to god and (I hope I don’t say the wrong name) moses was passing by and saw that man and told him what kind of pray is this and god told him his way of praying to me is right and you aren’t in that position to tell him how to pray as long as his praying to me from his heart and soul
Well they give each other a tough competition as Android is below, mid and high range as well but iphone is only available in premium range
Baically android is like gold you can buy it even small and iphone is like diamond you don’t need it but still you want
Simply to remember themselves, and to sustain (regain) control of themselves. Notably, those, five times are when you wake up, in the middle of the day (half through your work day), after work, in the evening, and before you want to go to sleep. However, we pray according to the Sun in its function as a Sun, and not according to a clock, in its function as a tool that helps us determine when do we wake up, when do we work.
Some Muslims worship imaginary god five times a day in order to not go to hell, but that isn’t very helping. Prayer doesn’t save, prayer only keeps away loosing control.
The National Weight Control Registry has been used to identify what factors help maintain a weight loss. The participants in the ongoing registry have lost a minimum of 30 lbs. and have maintained it for a year. Certain behaviors have been identified that are associated with weight maintenance. Some of these include: 45+ minutes of exercise most days of the week; following a low-fat, calorie-controlled plan; eating similarly to your regular eating plan on special occasions such as holidays/vacations; self-monitoring such as weighing yourself regularly; keeping a food diary; and support from others.
Answered by Maxine Smith, RD, LD. Ms. Smith has more than 20 years of experience as a registered, clinical dietitian and currently works in the department of Nutrition Therapy. Areas of special interest include weight, lipid and diabetes management and disease prevention.
The only way to definitively know if you have colon cancer is to be evaluated for it. There are many different ways of screening for colon cancer. Colonoscopy is considered the standard because it not only can detect cancer and precancerous polyps, it can also serve as a way to biopsy the abnormal tissue for diagnosis. In some cases, the doctor can completely remove the polyps before they become cancer. You should have a discussion with your physician to see if and when you should undergo a colonoscopy.
Oftentimes, colon cancer or precancerous polyps do not produce any symptoms. In other words, there is nothing that suggests they are there. That is one of the reasons colonoscopy is so important as a screening tool. Sometimes, patients will have symptoms that could be caused by colon cancer, such as a change in bowel habits (for example, new onset of constipation or need to strain, diarrhea, and/or thinning of the caliber of stools), crampy abdominal pain, or bleeding from the anus with or without bowel movements. These symptoms should be evaluated by a physician who can determine if you need a colonoscopy.
Answered by Charis Eng, MD, PhD. Dr. Eng is Department Chair of the Genomic Medicine Institute and American Cancer Society Professor at Cleveland Clinic. She is the founding director and attending clinical cancer geneticist of the Institute’s clinical component, the Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare.
If an athlete has any worrisome signs, such as prolonged loss of consciousness or focal neurological signs, or if he or she is getting worse, is not arousable, or has weakness or numbness that persists, he or she should probably be seen in the ER.
Answered by Richard A. Figler, MD. Dr. Figler is a primary care sports medicine physician. He is board-certified in family medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. He is the primary care sports medicine team physician for John Carroll University and Solon High School.
First, we have to put things in perspective. The monthly pregnancy rate in the fertile population is only about 20%. The monthly pregnancy rate with unexplained infertility is 2% to 3%. Treatment with artificial intrauterine insemination (IUI) alone is of little benefit. Combining IUI with an oral fertility drug, such as Clomid® (clomiphene) or Femara® (letrozole) yields about a 10% pregnancy rate per cycle. This is typically tried for up to six cycles, at which time we may continue the IUIs, substituting the more potent injectable fertility drugs for pregnancy rates of up to 20% per treatment cycle, ie, back to the normal baseline rate. This is usually tried up to three cycles before moving on to IVF.
Answered by Jeffrey Goldberg, MD. Dr. Goldberg is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and subspecialty board certified in reproductive endocrinology by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is head of the Section of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Cleveland Clinic and the director of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellowship program.
There is an individual response to each treatment session. Typically, I would recommend a minimum of one session per week for five to eight treatments total until you reach a therapeutic effect and start to feel better. Often, patients will feel an immediate stress relief after one treatment session. The goal of additional treatments is to make that response long-lasting.
You cannot control the external variables of stress. So, for some patients, they prefer to stick to a maintenance schedule of one session per month. Other patients will come in only during high peaks of stress and use acupuncture as a tool to help them through that high period of stress.
Answered by Jamie Starkey, LAc. Ms. Starkey, LAc, Lead Acupuncturist, has a Bachelor’s degree in biology and a Master’s Level Acupuncture from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine. She spent a clinical internship at the Guang AnMen Hospital in Beijing, China (Acupuncture and Moxibustion Outpatient
There is a lot of discussion by parents and physicians about the use of daily inhaled steroids (the “preventers” that you mentioned). When used at low dose, I feel there is robust data to support that they are very safe, even if used for years. There are good long-term studies that show there is not any significant effect on achieved height or growth velocity, and no effect on things that are associated with use of oral steroids, such as diabetes, hypertension, and immune suppression. At low dose, they won’t cause bone shrinkage. Most pediatric asthma specialists choose to decrease doses of any inhaled steroids used about every three to six months if they achieve good symptom control.
Answered by John Carl, MD. Dr. Carl is a pediatric pulmonologist at Cleveland Clinic Children’s. He specializes in growth and development of the lung, airways, and respiratory function in children, and uses a variety of invasive and noninvasive diagnostic techniques on young patients.
The only truly scientific evidence says there are specific antioxidants and minerals that slow the progression in a large percentage of people who are at “high risk” for macular degeneration. Otherwise, all suggestions for vitamins are anecdotal. It is certainly true that vitamin deficiencies can have a negative effect on vision. So it is probably a good idea to take a regular multivitamin on a daily basis if you think you don’t get full nutrition through your diet.
Answered by Richard Gans, MD. Dr. Gans is a comprehensive ophthalmologist with specialty interests in cataracts, glaucoma, and diabetes. He is also an accomplished surgeon and an assistant professor at The Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.